The results of the Madelia Community Health Assessment Survey will be presented to the public at 10:30 a.m. on Tuesday, December 4th at the Trinity Lutheran Church in Madelia. Everyone is welcome to attend.
The health and well being of our community is a complex puzzle, and it is our mission to meet the needs of our community. Madelia Community Hospital & Clinic has partnered with the Glen Taylor Nursing Institute for Family and Society at Minnesota State University-Mankato (MSU) to ensure that the needs of the community are addressed. The MSU nursing students surveyed residence of the Madelia area. They have analyzed the results and will present their findings during the presentation.
The Madelia Community Based Collaborative (MCBC) is partnering with community members to help improve the environment in which people live, work, and play. Information from the health assessment survey will be used to help identify the current and future needs of the residents of Madelia. The purpose of the MCBC is to enhance health, improve the quality of life, and empower Madelia community members.
Be a part of the puzzle and come to the presentation on December 4th at 10:30 a.m. For those that need a ride, the TMT bus is available. Madelia residents can arrange transportation by calling 642-3255 or stopping by the Hospital Front Desk.