As one of the largest healthcare providers in Western New York, Catholic Health is continually looking for ways to improve the health of the local community.
To help guide theses efforts, the health system conducts a Community Health Needs Assessment every three years to better understand the health issues faced by area residents.
The completed assessment provides a framework for Catholic Health to prioritize community health needs and develop a plan to meet those needs.
As in prior years, the 2013 assessment focused on addressing health disparities in the region and improve access to care, especially for the poor and disadvantaged. Through its network of primary care centers and targeted community outreach programs, Catholic Health is serving many of the area’s most vulnerable residents.
Please click the links below to view, download, or print our Community Health Needs Assessment for 2013 and Implementation Plans for 2014-2016.
2014 Community Health Needs Assessment Update
- 2014 Implementation Plan Update - Kenmore Mercy Hospital
- 2014 Implementation Plan Update - Mercy Hospital of Buffalo
- 2014 Implementation Plan Update - Sisters of Charity Hospital
2013 Community Health Needs Assessment
- 2013 Catholic Health Community Health Needs Assessment
- 2014-2016 Implementation Plan - Kenmore Mercy Hospital
- 2014-2016 Implementation Plan - Mercy Hospital of Buffalo
- 2014-2016 Implementation Plan - Sisters of Charity Hospital
- 2009 Community Service Plan
- Attachment A – Catholic Health Facilities and Services
- Attachment B – Prevention Quality Indicators
- Attachment C – Professional Survey Summary
- Attachment D – Consumer Survey Summary
- Attachment E – Survey Results
- Attachment F – Community Partners and Education Programs
- Catholic Health 2008 Social Accountability Statement
In 2012, Catholic Health provided more than $60 million in charity care and community benefit to the people of Western New York. That amount is up from $47 million in 2011 and $48 million in 2010.