Brookhaven Memorial Hospital Medical Center and the Community Health Assessment Survey
Long Island hospitals have a responsibility to assess and be responsive to community health needs. As part of the Affordable Care Act, not-for-profit hospitals are required to conduct and publish a Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) once every three years and report annually the steps they are taking to address the needs identified.
An important feature of the CHNA is that it reflects the community's perception of current health care needs rather than the perception of the health care provider. In order to avoid duplication, the County Departments of Health (DOH) and the County's not-for-profit hospitals collaborated under the leadership of the Nassau-Suffolk Hospital Council in identifying health priorities.
The purpose of this survey is to receive community feedback about which health issues they deem most important. Together, the County DOHs and hospitals throughout Long Island will use the results of this survey and other information to help establish health programs in the community.
Your opinion counts. By completing this survey you are taking an active part in the future of health care in your community. Please complete only one survey per adult 18 years or older. Your survey responses are anonymous. Please use links below to access the survey in both English and Spanish.
If you have health concerns or difficulty accessing care, please call the Long Island Health Collaborative for available resources at (631) 257-6957.
April 02, 2018
Swing into Spring!
BMHMC will be hosting their 2018 Swing Into Spring Dinner/Dance on Thursday, April 19th
March 22, 2018
23rd Annual Patchogue St. Patrick's Day Parade!
BMHMC Marched Proudly with over fifty staff members
March 16, 2018
BMHMC Annual Service Awards Dinner
President's Leadership Award goes to Director of Support Services, Mike Scioscia
March 08, 2018
BMHMC Congratulates Two Outstanding Individuals!
Michele Miller, Emergency Management Coordinator and Dr. Waqas Khan, Interventional Cardiologist