Community Health Needs Assessment
St. John Providence (SJP), member of Ascension, is a non-profit Catholic health system comprised of five hospitals and over 125 medical facilities. We are mandated by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to conduct a Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) every three years. This assessment was completed jointly for each of the five SJP operating facilities, as allowed by current guidelines. The focus is the geographic service area for each facility which is determined to be the counties where 80 percent of its patients reside. In accordance with the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (Affordable Care Act), enacted March 23, 2010, SJP will continue to respond to the health needs of our community. The Affordable Care Act requires nonprofit, tax-exempt hospitals to assess the healthcare needs of their communities and to adopt an implementation strategy to address the needs identified every three years. We are deeply committed to improving community health through programs and various community benefit activities.
Community Health Needs Assessment - 2016CHNA identified health needs for 2016 were prioritized based upon potential long term health outcomes, ability for a health system to have an impact on addressing the need, current priorities and programs, and effectiveness of existing programs. The prioritization process involved a data review and analysis from the SJP's CHNA Steering Committee. The priorities selected are:
- Obesity and Diabetes Prevention
- Access To Care
- Mental Health and Substance Abuse
Download or print a copy of the 2016 SJP Community Health Needs Assessment. This report includes sections on all St. John Providence hospitals into one combined document.
Community Health Needs Assessment - 2013
The 2013 Needs Assessment is available as individual documents for each hospital, including:
Ascension Brighton Center for Recovery
Providence Hospital Southfield
Providence-Providence Park Hospital
St. John Hospital & Medical Center
St. John Macomb-Oakland Hospital
St. John River District Hospital