Community Health Needs Assessment

University Hospitals long-standing commitment to the community spans more than 145 years. This commitment has grown and evolved through significant thought and care in considering our community’s most pressing health needs. One way we do this is by conducting a periodic, comprehensive Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) for each UH hospital facility. The most current assessments were completed by an external health care consulting service working with UH and include quantitative and qualitative data that serve to guide both our community benefit and strategic planning.

Through our CHNAs, UH has identified the greatest health needs among each of our hospital’s communities, enabling UH to ensure our resources are appropriately directed toward outreach, prevention, education and wellness opportunities where the greatest impact can be realized.

Click on the following links to read a summary and a detailed CHNA for each UH hospital.

UH Ahuja Medical Center
2015
2012

UH Bedford Medical Center, a campus of UH Regional Hospitals
2015
2012

UH Case Medical Center
2015
2012

UH Conneaut Medical Center
2015
2012

UH Elyria Medical Center
2015
2014

UH Geauga Medical Center
2015
2012

UH Geneva Medical Center
2015
2012

UH Parma Medical Center
2015
2014

UH Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital
2015
2012

UH Richmond Medical Center, a campus of UH Regional Hospitals
2015
2012

UH St. John Medical Center
2015

UH Rehabilitation Hospital
2015

2014 Total Community Benefit Contribution

The chart totals net community benefit for 2014 of $266 million.

2014 Total Community Benefit Contribution