Governmental Public Health Partnerships

Governmental Public Health Partnerships (GPHP) are regional forums that bring together local health officials to identify, plan, and organize regional local health resources. GPHPs have taken the lead in strategic, community health planning, engaging hospitals, community service providers, local businesses and many other partners.

These community partnerships have produced Community Health Needs Assessments (CHNAs) and Community Health Improvement Plans (CHIPs) which identify high priority public health needs and outline implementation plans for each of the identified priority issues.

CHNA & CHIP Reports

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Last Reviewed: 10/30/2019