The Lee County Health Department (LCHD) and Katherine Shaw Bethea Hospital (KSB) are in the process of completing a county health needs assessment. Once community data is collected, a community health committee will methodically identify three (3) priority issues for the county to work on over the next five years. An important part of gathering data is to hear from Lee County residents.
LCHD, KSB and United Way of Lee County are collecting data from Lee County residents that will help identify priority needs to be addressed.
The survey can be found by clicking the following link: https://bit.ly/LCHealthSurvey
Please complete this survey as soon as possible. The data will be collected through June 15th . Cathy Ferguson-Allen, Lee County Health Department Administrator, emphasizes the importance of as many residents as possible completing the survey. “It is important to all the health and social service agencies serving Lee County to hear from our community.
We want to prioritize our work and resources on needs our residents find important for their quality of life. The only way we can do that is with their help by taking the time to complete the survey.”
If you have questions, you may call 815/284-3371 or email: email@example.com
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