Cuyahoga County Health Check to be Held April 30

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Cuyahoga County Health Check: An Overview of Results from the 2012 Community Health Needs Assessment

On Tuesday, April 30, from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the Scott Auditorium at MetroHealth Medical Center, The Center for Health Affairs will release the results of its county-wide health needs survey at Cuyahoga County Health Check: An Overview of Results from the 2012 Community Health Needs Assessment.

With the help of its consulting partner, the Hospital Council of Northwest Ohio and stakeholder group, collectively known as Cuyahoga County Health Partners (CCHP), The Center developed and distributed a survey to the community to examine important health issues and determine where Cuyahoga County stands when it comes to the health of its residents.

The results of this county-wide survey will be released to the public for the first time at this community event which is free to attend and open to the public. Legislators and media are encouraged to attend, as well as members of the healthcare community.

More than 20 health topics will be covered at this Cuyahoga County Health Check, including:

  • health perceptions
  • healthcare coverage
  • cardiovascular health
  • tobacco use
  • women’s health
  • weight status
  • oral health
  • environmental health
  • disaster preparedness

The Center for Health Affairs will be tweeting from @neohospitals prior to and during this event, using #CountyHealthCheck.

For additional information and to register, visit the Cuyahoga County Health Check homepage.

The deadline to register is Tuesday, April 23.


The Center for Health Affairs is the leading advocate for Northeast Ohio hospitals, serving those organizations and others through a variety of advocacy and business management services. The Center also works to inform the public about issues that affect the delivery of health care. Formed by a visionary group of hospital leaders 96 years ago, The Center continues to operate on the principle that by working together hospitals can ensure the availability and accessibility of health care services.

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