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The 2018 Community Needs Assessment

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As a trusted healthcare partner and provider, Marion General Hospital exists to transform the health and wellness of our Healthcare Community. It is our responsibility to complete a comprehensive community health needs assessment every three years. Currently, Marion General Hospital is facilitating the development of the Grant County Community Health Profile (CHP) to prepare Grant County organizations to better serve the population. In the upcoming months, MGH will be embarking on the journey to obtain as many health surveys from community members as possible. For more information, contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 765-660-7204. Or visit our website at www.mgh.net and click on “News” for the survey link.


MGH 2016 Community Health Survey Introduction PDF

Introduction and Report:

In 2010 and 2013, a community wide survey was administered across Grant County to provide a comprehensive assessment of the community’s health status, behaviors, and education. The following is the third assessment for the year of 2016.

The forthcoming report will be laid out in the following manner:

I. Executive Study—summary highlights of the 2016 community health survey data
II. Survey methodology and considerations
III. Output—descriptive statistics results (tables & bar charts) from the survey data


MGH 2016 Community Health Survey Data Output & Analysis PDF


MGH 2016—Special Report for Diabetes Data Set PDF

Introduction & Overview

The following is a brief overview for a special “Diabetes” data set. The data was collected in a 2016 hand printed survey, with a sample size of 69. The following report is laid out as follows: Section I provides an overview of the sample data, highlighting some of the more salient demographic features of survey participants in addition to results of interest. Section II is a collection of each survey question accompanied by descriptive statistics and a bar chart.


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