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Fisher-Titus Medical Center

Community Health Needs Assessment Reports

Every three years, Fisher-Titus Medical Center, along with Huron County Public Health and Huron county Health Partners, completes a comprehensive Community Health Needs Assessment process to identify, prioritize, and develop strategies to address the top health issues in the community. This is accomplished through collaborations with Huron County Public Health, a community health survey, and input from a variety of sources representing the broad interests of the community including civic leaders, reports and recommendations from local health experts, medical providers, and organizations that serve at-risk and underserved community members.

The current top health needs identified in the community include:

  • Physical Health
  • Access to Care
  • Mental Health & Addiction
  • Unintentional Injury or Violence

The hospital is focusing on implementing strategies to improve these areas of health and wellness in the community.

The reports are available below to view and print.

FY2014 Huron County Community Health Needs Assessment

FY2014 Fisher-Titus Medical Center Implementation Strategy

FY2017 Huron County Community Health Needs Assessment

FY2018 Fisher-Titus Medical Center Implementation Strategy

To request a paper copy at no charge, please email marketing@ftmc.com

Share Your Thoughts

We welcome your questions, comments or feedback about the FY2014 Huron County Community Health Needs Assessment and Implementation Strategy as well as the FY2017 Huron County Community Health Needs Assessment.