Brunswick County Health Services asks for survey participation


Brunswick County Health Services and partners ask for participation in 2022 Community Health Opinion Survey

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BOLIVIA, N.C. – Brunswick County Health Services, in partnership with Dosher Memorial Hospital, Novant Health Brunswick Medical Center, and the Brunswick Wellness Coalition, has officially launched the 2022 Community Health Opinion Survey (CHOS). As a unified front, the organizations are asking residents to provide their opinions about the community health needs in Brunswick County by taking part in the CHOS.

This anonymous and confidential survey is part of the Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA), which is conducted every three years to identify and prioritize health-related needs among county residents, set an action plan to address those needs, and improve the overall health of our community.

Through September 2, 2022, residents can complete the survey digitally in either English or Spanish. Residents also have the option to complete the survey using paper copies that are available at the Brunswick County Health Services main building in Bolivia, all five Brunswick Senior Resource Center locations, and all five Brunswick County Library branches. Estimated completion time for the survey is 15 minutes and all responses will remain confidential.

The CHNA process and survey is being conducted with the help of Kulik Strategic Advisors (KSA). To be equitable and engage priority populations, staff from KSA and Brunswick County Health Services may be in your community coming door to door to solicit survey reminders and participation.

In addition to the survey, population health data will be reviewed, and community focus groups will be conducted. All information from the assessment will be used to generate a report, which will be reviewed with community partners to then create a strategic action plan for addressing the identified health priorities. To view the previous CHNA results from 2019, click here.

For more information about the Community Health Needs Assessment process or to obtain paper copies of the survey, please contact Health Educator II Travis Greer at 910-253-2350 or email


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