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Community Health Needs Assessment

To help guide our collective commitment and efforts to the community, Johns Hopkins Bayview leaders use the Community Health Improvement Guiding Principles proposed by the Johns Hopkins Medicine Community Benefits Advisory Council. They include:

CHNA issues identified
  • Partnering with community leaders and community-based organizations who serve as stewards to guide and educate JHM to best serve the needs of each population.
  • Integrating the interests, assets and expertise of our health system, academic institutions and the community to reach mutually agreed upon outcomes.
  • Developing transparent, coherent approaches to plan, implement, evaluate and disseminate sustainable health improvement programs and policy interventions.

In fiscal year 2018, the Medical Center conducted a community health needs assessment (CHNA) to identify the most important health issues in our community, which included:

The Board of Trustees then approved a community health implementation strategy to address the health priorities identified through the CHNA. Our commitment to improving the health and well-being of our community will be demonstrated through the deliberate planning of community benefit activities.

View Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center's CHNAs and Implementation Strategies:

 

View the resource inventory of community services available in the CBSA.

If you have further questions regarding community health needs initiatives at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, contact the Community Relations Department at 410-550-0289.

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