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Frederick County Health Care Coalition Hosts Virtual Open Session
FREDERICK, MD -- Members of the public have an opportunity to provide input to the triennial process that builds community health in Frederick County. On January 19, the Frederick County Health Care Coalition (FCHCC) will host a dynamic virtual session to share recent findings in five key areas from its yearlong data gathering process and will gather the public’s ideas for building better community health.
“The health of our community is like a building—it depends on a strong and stable foundation. Every sector contributes to laying that foundation, and we all depend on its durability to prop us up. Public input is an important building component, so we are eager to involve people from across Frederick County,” said Malcolm Furgol, FCHCC Executive Director.
All are invited. Registration is required by January 12 for this free event.
Event: Frederick County Health Priorities Public Input Session
Date: Wednesday, January 19, 2022
Time: 2:00pm – 4:00pm
Registration: Signup Here by January 12, 2022, or follow this link: bit.ly/32FMJql
Subject matter experts will present on five current health priorities, and then small groups will discuss the building components that are essential to improve the health of our community. The five priorities were selected by the FCHCC’s Board of Directors based on data gathered over the last year for the upcoming 2022 Community Health Needs Assessment. The five current health priorities include diabetes, adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) in adolescents, early prenatal care, mental health, and obesity in adults and adolescents.
For Questions: Contact Malcolm Furgol, Executive Director, Frederick County Health Care Coalition, at email@example.com or 240-739-2897.
Additional information on the Frederick County Health Care Coalition is available here. Information about previous community health assessments is available here. Information about the Local Health Improvement Process is available here.
This event is sponsored by the Frederick County Health Care Coalition, Frederick Health, and the Frederick County Health Department.