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Mercer-Putnam-Sullivan Public Health Regional Collaborative (MO)


Partner LHDs: Mercer County Health Department, Putnam County Health Department, and Sullivan County Health Department

Combined Full-Time Equivalents (FTEs): 19

Combined Population Served: 15,552

Project Overview: The Mercer-Putnam-Sullivan Public Health Regional Collaborative consists of the Mercer, Putnam, and Sullivan County Health Departments, which serve a combined population of 15,552 in North-Central Missouri. The collaborative identified gaps in strategic planning and developed a community health improvement plan to address these gaps. The plan will also improve the capacity to communicate consistent messages about public health, health promotion, and disease prevention to the public.

Mercer County Health Department Case Example
Putnam County Health Department Case Example
Sullivan County Health Department Case Example
Mercer-Putnam-Sullivan Public Health Regional Collaborative Appendices