Community Health Priority Setting Event
Thank you to everyone who participated in the Community Health Priority Setting Event held Friday, October 25, 2013. This event is part of the County’s Community Health Assessment (CHA), which is conducted every four years. Updates will be posted to this page when available. View Health Priority Data Sheets
State of the County Health Report
The State of the County Health Report (SOTCH report) is intended as a quick overview of community health indicator data for Mecklenburg County residents and is completed during the years between health assessments.
The SOTCH report includes information pertaining to each priority health issue
Mecklenburg County Community Health Assessment
In the practice of public health, the community is the patient and the health of the community is monitored and evaluated on a regular basis by examining key indicators such as infant mortality, communicable disease rates, and STD infections.
Every four years, Mecklenburg Healthy Carolinians and the Mecklenburg County Health Department conduct a more extensive examination of the community through a state developed process known as community health assessment (CHA). The latest CHA was conducted in 2010.
Other Health Data Reports
Latest reports regarding an overview of the health of Mecklenburg County's citizens are provided below.
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