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CHNA Survey

Make a Difference in the Health of Our Community

Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) Survey

Your Input is Needed!

Take the survey now!
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St. Mary Mercy Hospital is conducting a CHNA focusing on the areas primarily served by the hospital (Redford, Livonia, Westland, Canton, Plymouth, Northville, Farmington Hills and Farmington). Every three years, the CHNA helps us evaluate the changing health and social needs in the communities we serve. Your valuable input allows us to gather the community’s perception of need, not necessarily what conventional data might suggest is the need. 

The 2012 CHNA identified five top health concerns for Western Wayne County and South Oakland County based upon size, severity, and the hospital’s ability to impact the need.

  • Obesity
  • Youth and adult substance abuse
  • Adult mental health
  • Chronic disease management/access to care
  • Senior care

 The health needs identified by the CHNA have been integrated into SMML’s three-year implementation plan designed to address these needs with activities that align with St. Mary Mercy Livonia’s strategic initiatives, mission and vision. To view the 2013 Report to the Community visit

Community input into this process is tremendously valuable, so we hope you will take a few minutes to complete the survey. Once completed, the CHNA will be shared publicly on our web site and utilized to prioritize focus areas for St. Mary Mercy community benefit planning.

The survey can be accessed at: https// starting Sunday, September 7 through Saturday, September 27.

In appreciation for your participation, your name will be entered into a drawing to win a prize (if you have provided your contact information at the end of the survey).Three lucky winners will be chosen!

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