Data & Reports

Data & Reports

The mission of the Holmes County General Health District is work with the community to protect and improve the health and environment of those who live, work, and play in Holmes County.

One of the ways the Health District achieves this mission is to regularly monitor the health status of people to identify community health problems. We have provided a list of data and statistics available on the health status of the community, as well as links to more information you may find useful.

On this page you will also find the minutes from the Board of Health meetings for the last 2 years. You may also (during regularly scheduled business hours) come into the Health District and request to see these and any other minutes we have on file; dating back to the 1970’s.


2019-2020 Flu Activity

2/24/2020:  Data indicates elevated levels of influenza like illness (ILI) in Holmes County.  ILI outpatient visits and ED visits are at or above the state averages.

Flu Report February 9-15, 2020

Flu Report February 2-8, 2020

Flu Report January 26-February 1, 2020

Flu Report January 19-25, 2020

Flu Report January 12-18, 2020

2017 Community Health Assessment

In 2017, the Holmes County General Health District, Pomerene Hospital, and other local community partners and agencies joined forces to create a collaborative group called The Partner’s for a Healthier Holmes County (The Partner’s).  The Partner’s mission is to improve the health and quality of life for residents of Holmes County.  In early 2017, surveys were administered to a random sample of adult and youth residents in Holmes County in order to assess the health of our community and identify the health issues of greatest concern.  The data from these surveys is presented in the  2017 Community Health Assessment report.

2017 Community Health Assessment Adult Summary Data

2017 Community Health Assessment Youth Data

2017 Community Health Improvement Plan

Based on the data from the 2017 Community Health Assessment, The Partners for a Healthier Holmes County have identified three (3) priority areas to focus on to improve the health of Holmes County.  The priority areas are:

  • Improving chronic disease outcomes
  • Improving mental health and addiction outcomes
  • Improving access to preventative care

Throughout the next 3 years, The Partners for a Healthier Holmes County will be implementing new programs, processes, and interventions to address these priority areas in order to improve health outcomes. Click here to view the 2017 Community Health Improvement Plan. On a quarterly basis we will also be providing a progress report to update our community members and partners about our progress towards meeting the objectives outlined in the plan.

Partners For A Healthier Holmes County CHIP Progress Reports:

Community Health Improvement Plan Quarter 3 Report/ Year 1 Annual Report

We would love to hear from you!

If you have any questions or feedback regarding the Community Health Assessment or the Community Health Improvement Plan, we would love to hear from you!  Please send your comments to:  Jennifer Talkington, or 330-674-5035.

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