Community Health Improvement Process
Greendale's Community Health Improvement Process
Wisconsin administrative code (DHS Chapter 140) requires all local health departments to complete a Community Health Assessment and subsequent Community Health Improvement Plan at least every 5 years.
- A report compiling data on health outcomes and factors that affect health outcomes for everyone living in Greendale
- Data from the Community Health Assessment and community input is analyzed to determine key health focus areas
- Volunteer workgroups are formed around each focus area that work to address the health issue over 5 years
Greendale Health Department was due for an updated Community Health Assessment in 2020 and will start a new Community Health Improvement Plan in 2021. Below is a summary of the 2020 Community Health Assessment. The full report can be found under Department Documents. Please call 414-423-2110 with any questions!
Community Health Survey
The Greendale health department is asking to hear from YOU! We want our programs to reflect what the community wants, and we need to hear your voice to determine focus areas. Follow this link to take the short survey (about 10 minutes to watch a short video and complete the survey). We appreciate your input.
2020 Community Health Assessment Executive Summary