Every three years, Maricopa County Department of Public Health, in collaboration with health care and community partners, conducts a Community Health Survey to develop a deeper understanding from residents about issues that relate to quality of life, availability of services, physical and mental health, and more.
The survey is part of a larger review of community health. This goes beyond individual health to look at what is affecting the community overall, what health issues are affecting some communities more than others, and what other factors contribute to those issues.
This research is supported by Synapse, a collaboration of healthcare partners, and the Health Improvement Partnership of Maricopa County (HIPMC).
Want to know more about how this research is used?
Click "About the Survey" below for specifics on this survey
Click "Prior Research Results" below for results from the 2015 survey and other research
Click "About Synapse" to learn about the healthcare partners who support the survey and use the results in their work
Click "About HIPMC" to learn about the 125+ community agencies who support the survey and use the results in their work
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