Community Health Needs Assessments

North Canyon Medical Center (NCMC), located in Gooding, Idaho, is a nonprofit corporation that operates a 15-bed Critical Access Hospital in Gooding County, Idaho. The Medical Center provides comprehensive inpatient, emergency, and outpatient services to the residents primarily of Gooding County and the surrounding areas. NCMC has undertaken a community health needs assessment; a process driven by recent passage of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, which requires tax-exempt hospitals to conduct needs assessments every three years. The purpose of the community health needs assessment is to uncover unmet health needs that exist within the community NCMC serves. Through the assessment, input is gathered from the community and applicable needs are prioritized, with an implementation strategy created to address the prioritized needs.

2022 Community Health Needs Assessment (PDF)

2019 Community Health Needs Assessment (PDF)

2016 Community Health Needs Assessment (PDF)

2013 Community Health Needs Assessment (PDF)

Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) Implementation Strategy

The implementation strategy reports summarize NCMC’s plan to address the prioritized needs in the most recent CHNA. The hospital recognizes that the implementation strategies in these reports are to be used as a guide and will serve as a framework for addressing the identified needs. As the hospital moves forward, many resources, ongoing commitments and partnerships will be necessary to effectively assist in creating healthier communities in Gooding County and surrounding areas.

2022 NCMC Implementation Plan (PDF)

2019 NCMC Implementation Plan (PDF)

2016 NCMC Implementation Plan (PDF)