Intermountain Community Health
We partner with community agencies and local not-for-profits to improve the health of our communities one person at a time.
Using data from our 22 local hospitals, Intermountain Healthcare conducts a Community Health Needs Assessment to identify local area health needs. Then, each hospital develops an implementation strategy to address a local health need to benefit their local community.
The Community Health Needs Assessment and Implementation Strategy for Intermountain's hospitals help to share useful data with other community agencies and local not-for-profits, and helps us set priorities to help communities become healthier together. Based on the information gathered, we’ve designated targeted areas where we can make a difference in improving the health of Utah and Idaho residents one person at a time.
Learn more about our community health initiatives so you can help your family, friends, and neighbors live the healthiest life possible. You’ll find information on preventing opioid misuse, identifying the social determinants of health, enhancing suicide prevention, solving obesity, and increasing fitness below. If you have questions or comments for your local community, reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org to share your thoughts. After all, we’re all in this together.
Intermountain is dedicated to helping the state of Utah address it's high rate of suicides.
Intermountain is raising public awareness about opioid misuse in podcasts, media interviews, community outreach, and educational campaigns.
Intermountain is implementing community-based screenings, brief interventions, education, and resources for treatment. This includes prediabetes education classes, diabetes prevention programs, and chronic disease self-management programs in collaboration with community partners.
We offer a prediabetes screening tool and online prediabetes 101 videos for patients, among other prediabetes resources.
The Alliance will address the medical and nonmedical needs of our community members and the changes that need to be made in healthcare delivery and social support resources.
The Alliance, a collaboration led by Intermountain, government agencies, and community-based organizations, hopes to be a national model for positive changes that can be replicated across the country.
Data can be powerful in solving medical problems. Intermountain McKay-Dee Hospital used data to discover certain parts of their community struggled more with obesity than others. The team implemented a LiVe Well plan to help families cope with the physical, mental, and emotional side of obesity and help them live better. The Ochoas are one of those families.
Moroni Elementary School has partnered with Intermountain to help rural children within its district set goals to live and eat healthier. Central to that effort, the Step Express program was implemented at Moroni Elementary as the targeted health initiative aimed to improve kids' health.
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Intermountain Healthcare is a Utah-based, not-for-profit system of 24 hospitals (includes "virtual" hospital), a Medical Group with more than 2,400 physicians and advanced practice clinicians at about 160 clinics, a health plans division called SelectHealth, and other health services. Helping people live the healthiest lives possible, Intermountain is widely recognized as a leader in clinical quality improvement and efficient healthcare delivery.
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