Community Input Requested on Health Needs Survey


OSF HealthCare St. Joseph Medical Center, Carle BroMenn Medical Center, McLean
County Health Department and Chestnut Health Systems™ are requesting help from the local community to determine and prioritize health needs. The information gathered helps bring into focus the types of community-based health programs and services most needed by residents so we need to hear from you.

The 2021 community health needs assessment survey is now available for McLean County residents to complete. The survey takes approximately 10 minutes and is available in English and Spanish. All responses are confidential.

For a paper copy of the survey visit:

  • Chestnut Family Health Center, 702 West Chestnut Street, Bloomington;
  • Chestnut Health Systems, 1003 Martin Luther King Drive, Bloomington;
  • McLean County Health Department, 200 West Front Street, Room 304 or WIC Clinic, Bloomington; or
  • Numerous social service agencies in McLean County.

Take the online version here:

Area hospitals, the health department, and other partnering organizations conduct a community health needs assessment every three years and put together plans to meet the community needs that the assessment identifies. After data is collected and each community's health needs are prioritized, numerous community organizations in the county work together to further support current community-based health programs and services, as well as explore starting new programs to help meet the needs of each community.

The survey will be available until September 17, 2021. For more information, contact Erin Kennedy, Center for Healthy Lifestyles Manager at OSF HealthCare St. Joseph Medical Center, at (309) 661.5153.