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Community Health Needs Assessments and Implementation Strategies

Every three years Valley Health conducts Community Health Needs Assessments for each of our hospitals, identifying priority health needs in the communities we serve. We work with health departments, the United Way and other nonprofit agencies, local government officials and other key community stakeholders to learn where gaps in services exist and to identify priorities for action. Each hospital then develops implementation strategies for addressing the identified needs. The latest Health Needs Assessments were adopted by the Valley Health Board of Trustees on December 13, 2022:

2022 Community Health Needs Assessments

The next step in the process is to identify innovative strategies for addressing the identified health needs. Multidisciplinary teams have been established at each hospital to engage with community partners to develop implementation strategy plans. Those implementation strategy plans will be presented to the Valley Health Board of Trustees in 2023 and will be posted to this webpage once adopted.

Previous Assessments & Implementation Strategies

Hampshire Memorial Hospital

Romney, West Virginia

Page Memorial Hospital

Luray, Virginia

Shenandoah Memorial Hospital

Woodstock, Virginia

War Memorial Hospital

Berkeley Springs, West Virginia

Warren Memorial Hospital

Front Royal, Virginia

Winchester Medical Center

Winchester, Virginia

To view the latest Community Benefit Report, click here.