The St. Johns County Health Leadership Council Releases the 2017 Community
Health Needs Assessment
The St. Johns County Health Leadership Council, led by the Florida Department
of Health in St. Johns County and Flagler Hospital, is working to complete
its fifth comprehensive Community Health Assessment and Community Health
Improvement Plan which will be published later this year. Your feedback
is important, please complete our survey:
How Healthy is St. Johns County?
An important component of the Community Health Assessment process, a community-wide
survey, will be conducted throughout May and June. This is an opportunity
for St. Johns residents to share their opinions about health and the quality
of life in the county.
Your input will continue to help make St. Johns County a healthier place
to live, learn, work, and play. Paper surveys will be offered at numerous
locations throughout the county. A web-based survey is also available online:
Click here to take the Survey
St. Johns County has remained the healthiest county in Florida for the
last six years, according to the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the
University of Wisconsin’s Population Health Institute’s national
2017 County Health Rankings Report – and we want to keep it that
way! The information collected in this community-wide survey will be used
to develop Flagler Hospital’s 2017-2020 Community Health Improvement
Plan for St. Johns County which will address opportunities for improvement
identified during this community health assessment process.
St. Johns County Health Leadership Council, chaired by Florida Department
of Health in St. Johns County and Flagler Hospital, is a collaborative
of community partners dedicated to county-wide community health assessment
and health improvement planning. The Council’s mission is to promote,
protect and improve the health of all people in St. Johns County, Florida.
If you have any questions or need assistance with the survey, please contact
John Eaton at