County Health Priorities & Issues

COUNTY Bladen
(2018)
Brunswick
(2019)
Columbus
(2019)
Duplin
(2018)
New Hanover
(2019)
Onslow
(2018)
Pender
(2018)
Robeson
(2017)
Sampson*
(2019)
PRIORITIES

Exercise, Nutrition & Weight

 

 

Substance Misuse Chronic Disease Prevention Chronic Disease Prevention & Management Drug Misuse Exercise, Nutrition & Weight

Mental Health & Substance Use Disorders

Chronic Disease

Access to Health Services

Substance Abuse

Access to Health Care
Chronic Conditions

Drug Abuse Prevention

Access to Care Chronic Disease Substance Abuse Nutrition & Physical Activity Substance Misuse/Mental Health  Diabetes

Maternal, Fetal & Infant Health (New & Emerging Issue)

Underlying theme of aging Obesity Disaster Recovery & Mitigation Mental Health Other Chronic Diseases (Diabetes, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Kidney Disease) Cancer Education & Prevention Social Determinants of Health Economy

 

Substance Use Environmental Health Exposure Obesity Exercise, Nutrition & Weight
Obesity Heart Disease & Stroke
Prevention & Safety
Respiratory Diseases
Social Environment
Substance Abuse

Top Three Common Priorities:

  • Substance Misuse
  • Chronic Disease Prevention & Management
  • Obesity/Exercise, Nutrition, Weight

*Sampson County divided priorities to focus on between Sampson County Health Department and Sampson Regional Medical Center. The health department’s priority areas from the list are diabetes and substance abuse. The hospital’s priority areas are diabetes and obesity (exercise, nutrition and weight).

Source: Region 8 Counties CHA & SOTCH Reports

County Health Assessments and State of the County Health Reports»