The CHA is the ongoing process of regular and systematic collection, assembly, analysis, and distribution of information on the health needs of our communities.  GO Health works with Wyoming County Health Department, hospital systems, community partner organizations and community members reviewing  statistics on health status, community health needs, gaps, problems and assets.  This process includes community conversations with individuals, groups, and organizations as well as a community survey to determine the communitys’ perception of health.

For the most recent Genesee-Orleans-Wyoming Counties CHA click here.

For the CHA Feedback Survey click here.

The CHIP is another tri-county effort of Genesee-Orleans-Wyoming Counties that describes the collaborative and systematic effort to address health problems on the basis of the results of community input and the assessment activities developed during the Community Health Assessment.  The CHIP identifies evidence-based strategies and evaluating efforts to measure outcomes and progress.

For the most recent Genesee-Orleans-Wyoming CHIP click here.

The annual Rankings provide a revealing snapshot of how health is influenced by where we live, learn, work, and play. They provide a starting point for change in communities.

To learn more about the County Health Rankings and learn how Genesee and Orleans Counties rank, click here.

To see the inspection reports for Genesee or Orleans Counties you will need to search by county/town/city.

Click this link to access the New York State Food Service Establishment.

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