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Community Health Needs Assessment

Salem Regional Medical Center was founded in 1913 to serve the changing health care needs of area residents; and during the past 100 years, the hospital has devoted significant resources toward identifying ways to address the communities' most-pressing health needs. Recently, the hospital collaborated with regional health care leaders to conduct the 2016 Columbiana County Health Needs Assessment (CCHNA), which will help guide future community benefit activities and strategic planning initiatives. The CCHNA was approved by the hospital's Board of Directors in June 2016.

Click the links below to view the 2016 CCHNA Report:

2016 CCHNA Full Report
2016 CCHNA Supplemental Data Resource

Implementation Plan

Salem Regional Medical Center has developed an Implementation Plan in response to the prioritized health care needs identified in the 2016 Columbiana County Health Needs Assessment (CCHNA). The Implementation Plan was approved by the Hospital's Board of Directors in November 2016, as a guide for implementing evidence-based strategies over the next three years aimed at improving the health status of the residents within SRMC's service area.

Click here to view the 2016 Implementation Plan

Community Input

If you have a question, comment or feedback about the CCHNA or Implementation Plan, please email your feedback/input to Debbie Pietrzak, VP Marketing/Planning, at Debbie.Pietrzak@salemregional.com, or call 330-332-7152.

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