ER Wait Times

ER Wait Times

Jefferson Cherry Hill Hospital

6 min.

Jefferson Stratford Hospital

34 min.

Jefferson Washington Township Hospital

29 min.

Community Health Needs Assessment

Community Health Needs Assessment

Take the 2019 CHNA Survey

You are invited to participate in a research study that is being conducted by Dr. Sarah Allred, Faculty Director at The Senator Walter Rand Institute for Public Affairs at Rutgers University, Camden. The purpose of this research is to collect feedback on health issues and services from individuals who live in Burlington, Camden, and Gloucester Counties. If you choose to participate, you will answer questions about your health, health risk behaviors, preventive health practices, and access to health care, as well as community strengths and weaknesses. Nonprofit hospitals are required by federal law to collect data on community health needs every three years. The survey will take about 5 minutes to complete. After you complete the survey, if you wish to answer additional questions, those will take about 10 minutes.

The South Jersey Health Partnership, consisting of hospitals, health systems, and health departments within Burlington, Camden, Gloucester, and Ocean Counties came together to undertake a comprehensive regional community health needs assessment (CHNA). South Jersey Health Partnership included the following partners: Cooper University Health Care, Deborah Health and Lung Center, Kennedy University Hospitals, Inc., Lourdes Health System, Virtua Health, and the Health Departments of Burlington, Camden and Gloucester, and Ocean Counties. The CHNA was conducted from February to October 2016 and used both primary and secondary research to illustrate and compare health trends and disparities across the region. Primary research solicited input from key community stakeholders representing the broad interests of the community, including experts in public health and individuals representing medically underserved, low-income, and minority populations. Secondary research identified demographic and health trends across geographic areas and populations.

The 2016 CHNA builds upon the hospitals’ 2013 CHNAs and subsequent Community Health Improvement Plans and was conducted in a timeline to comply with requirements set forth in the Affordable Care Act, as well as to further the hospitals’ commitment to community health and population health management. The findings will be used to guide community benefit initiatives and engage partners to address identified health needs.

Below is the final report and implementation strategy. For more information, please contact Amanda Kimmel, Corporate Director of Clinical Integration at Jefferson Health in New Jersey, at