Cody, Wyo.(April 14, 2017) –West Park Hospital completed their second Community Health Needs Assessment
(CHNA) on January 5th of this year.
To determine the most critical health needs facing our area, West Park
Hospital conducts a CHNA every three years. County-level data and the
view-points of local experts are collected to develop an implementation
plan for how WPH can help address these top health concerns.
The top six critical health needs WPH will be assisting with for the next
three years are 1) suicide and mental health, 2) healthcare accessibility
and affordability, 3) substance abuse, 4) obesity, 5) physical inactivity
and 6) cancer.
“As our local healthcare provider, West Park Hospital is committed
to supporting the community in ways that go above and beyond providing
care within our walls,” states Doug McMillan, West Park Hospital CEO.
WPH has identified an implementation plan that includes activities the
hospital is already doing, activities to explore or begin, how progress
will be tracked, and who the hospital will partner with to meet these
critical health needs.
“We are fortunate to have positive relations with outside organizations
in Park County to address these health needs. WPH and the other stakeholders
involved in this process addressed the importance to work together in
order to carry out our objectives,” states Doug McMillan, West Park
To access the detailed and or condensed version of the 2016 WPH Community
Health Needs Assessment please go to westparkhospital.org.
For assistance with this story, please contact Ashley Trudo at West Park
Hospital at firstname.lastname@example.org or (307) 578-2512.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
4/8/2017 12:00:00 AM MOUNTAIN
Updated: 7/26/2017 9:38:10 AM MOUNTAIN