Healthy Pima, formally known as Pima County Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP) is a vision of how the Community Health ACTION Task force (CHAT) and their partners want to address four health priorities currently facing Pima County. The four health priorities are: Healthy Lifestyles, Health Literacy, Access to Care, and Heath Disparities. CHAT members established these priorities by using secondary data analysis, surveys, and group discussions. They first envisioned this plan in 2010 and have been working on it since. This dynamic plan is a collaborative effort of all of following groups: the Health Department, health care and community service providers, businesses, government, and educators. They will hopefully improve community health over the next several years.
The Mel & Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health is engaged in the process through the involvement for faculty and academic professionals in all four health priority action teams. The CRCPHP focuses its efforts in two priority areas: 1) Healthy Lifestyles, and 2) Health Disparities.
Promote and support healthy lifestyles for all Pima County residents
Promote health literacy to Pima County residents with emphasis on populations of need
Access to Care
Improve urban and rural community access to medical, behavioral, and specialty health care services in Pima County Improve workforce development in the medical, behavioral, and specialty health care ﬁelds in Pima County
Address health disparities by promoting a better understanding of community assets, health conditions, and health status within Pima County
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Download the Healthy Pima Plan or CHIP Plan
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