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Newport, Oregon 97365
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Lincoln County Public Health Division (LCPHD) has drafted a strategic plan to span over 5 years starting in 2015, going through 2020. The goal is to improve the health and wellness of the Lincoln County communities. Within the strategic plan you will find LCPHD's description, programs, department goals and strategies along with measurements and timeframes.
The Lincoln County Community Health Assessment (CHA) is the result of many dedicated hours of collaboration among community partners and agencies, leaders, and local residents. Lincoln County Health and Human Services was the driving force behind this 10-month endeavor to provide an accurate and current overview of Lincoln County's health. The CHA describes a wide array of information about the condition and factors affecting people's health in Lincoln County as well as indicators of health status.
The Lincoln County Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP) documents months of ongoing collaboration with multiple community partners and stakeholders. This five-year plan is informed by data published in the Lincoln County Community Health Assessment (CHA) in August 2013. The plan outlines the top public health priorities identified by community partners, and defines objectives and strategies for each priority that partners have agreed to accomplish utilizing a collective impact framework.
The 2015 Regional Health Assessment (RHA) is the result of many dedicated hours of research, working in collaboration with community partners and agencies, leaders, and local residents across all three counties. It is a compilation of the individual counties' community health assessments with the addition of information on many topic areas within the CHAs as well as information on systems and networks within the region.
Health is not just about individuals, but includes families, communities, and systems, and is a result of the interaction of complex networks of condition and factors. Health starts long before illness occurs and is impacted by where and how we live, learn, work, play, worship, and age.
Lincoln County Public Health Division Annual Report 2015
The 2015 Lincoln County Public Health Division Annual Report summarizes the programs and services provided in the previous year. In addition, the report includes key data to show improvements in service delivery and health outcomes as well as projects the Lincoln County Public Health Division will be working on in the coming year to improve and modernize our health department.