Arkansas Children's is a non-profit hospital system that conducts a Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) every three years. We seek community feedback as we develop plans, known as Implementation Strategies, to address the needs identified during the CHNA. The CHNAs and Implementation Strategies serve as a foundation for Arkansas Children's strategic initiatives that improve child health by identifying, prioritizing, and planning for evidence-based solutions to address the top health needs of children across the state. They allow Arkansas Children's to partner effectively with other organizations and communities to make children healthier tomorrow.

To learn more about how this works and benefits children and communities across Arkansas, read our Community Benefit Annual Reports.

Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA) Plans

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