FAIRBURY – Jefferson Community Health Center will soon be conducting a community perception survey in Jefferson County. Surveys will be mailed out to a random sampling of 1,600 Jefferson County households seeking their opinions on health care.
“This survey is designed to help us understand our community’s perception of health care offered by Jefferson Community Health Center, and health care in general in our community,” said Lana Likens, director of public relations, marketing and development. “This type of a survey will help us to understand how we can best meet the needs of our area residents.”
The survey will be mailed by early February. The survey will come in an envelope from Jefferson Community Health Center. Those who receive it are encouraged to return it in the enclosed postage-paid envelope as soon as they are able. The surveys will go to Jensen Consulting in Lincoln, which will tabulate surveys and prepare results.
“We truly appreciate our community’s input and response,” Likens said. “Specific survey responses will be confidential. All general information and comments will be tabulated and put together in report form by Jensen Consulting.”
Jefferson Community Health Center opened in 1963. Today, JCHC is a 17-bed Critical Access Hospital offering acute, obstetric, swing bed and outpatient care; 24-hour emergency services; long-term care; therapies; and surgery; as well an attached wellness center.More