St. Elizabeth Community Health Needs Assessment Survey
The intent of the Community Health Needs Assessment is to use information gathered to plan for community healthcare that is responsive to the residents’ needs.
The criteria by which St. Elizabeth Hospital (STEH) prioritized identified needs were: feedback from key community stakeholder surveys and interviews, examination of research data, the number of persons affected, the seriousness of the issue, hether the health needs particularly affected persons living in poverty or reflected health disparities, and whether or other community resources are available to address the need. Members of the STEH Senior Leadership Team met to discuss the ranking strategy. Discussion of the prioritization and implementation strategy was shared with other key stakeholders in the community for their input.
Thank you for participating in the St. Elizabeth Hospital’s Community Health Needs Assessment for 2018. The most critical components of the assessment are the voices of the communities we serve and we hope you offered your opinions, insights, and perspective as we work to address the most pressing healthcare needs in our community. Thank you for letting your voice be heard by completing this quick, anonymous survey. The survey is now closed. We greatly appreciate your time and participation.
About Our Lady of the Lake
Our Lady of the Lake is a not-for-profit 800-bed medical center in Baton Rouge, Louisiana with more than 7,100 employees committed to building a healthy community through excellence in patient care and education. With a Regional Medical Center, dedicated Children’s Hospital, two freestanding emergency rooms, and a 450-provider Physician Group, Our Lady of the Lake provides comprehensive healthcare services for common to complex conditions. Our Lady of the Lake is a primary teaching site for graduate medical education programs and is recognized in the areas of heart and vascular, trauma and emergency care, stroke, cancer care, minimally-invasive procedures and more. In 2016, Our Lady of the Lake was one of three hospitals recognized by the American Hospital Association with the Quest for Quality Prize award. Visit ololrmc.com for more information.
About Our Lady of the Lake Children’s Hospital
Our Lady of the Lake Children’s Hospital is Louisiana’s fastest growing children’s hospital treating more than 100,000 patients annually from across Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas. The hospital is the only healthcare provider in the Baton Rouge area that provides a full range of pediatric services ranging from a 24/7 pediatric emergency room to a team of more than 100 pediatricians and pediatric specialists. For more information, visit www.ololchildrens.org.
The new freestanding Our Lady of the Lake Children’s Hospital is currently under construction and is set to open in 2019. To learn more about the project, visit www.letsbuildamazing.com.
About the Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady Health System
The Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady Health System is one the largest healthcare systems in Louisiana and is the leading healthcare provider for more than half the state’s population. The health system is a non-profit, Catholic organization sponsored by the Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady. Headquartered in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, we serve patients statewide through a network of hospitals, clinics, physicians, elderly housing and integrated systems. Our five hospitals include St. Francis Medical Center in Monroe, Our Lady of the Lake Regional Medical Center in Baton Rouge, Our Lady of Lourdes Regional Medical Center in Lafayette, St. Elizabeth Hospital in Gonzales and Our Lady of the Angels in Bogalusa. For more information, visit www.fmolhs.org.
About Our Lady of the Lake Physician Group
With more than 450 healthcare providers throughout more than 70 locations, Our Lady of the Lake Physician Group is one of the area’s largest physician networks. In addition to primary care, this experienced group of doctors specializes in diagnosis and treatment of a broad range of illnesses and complex medical problems.