Above all, we are committed to caring for and improving human life. In recognition of this commitment, we will strive to deliver high quality, cost-effective healthcare in the community we serve and work to protect the health of the public.
In pursuing our mission, we believe the following value statements are essential and timeless:
We recognize and affirm each individual's unique and intrinsic worth
We treat all those we serve with compassion and kindness
We strive to act with absolute honesty, integrity, and fairness in the way we conduct our business
We trust our co-workers as valuable members of our healthcare team and pledge to treat one another with loyalty, respect, and dignity
In addition, our agency will establish a culture that promotes preventing, detecting, and resolving conduct that does not conform to federal and state law; federal, state, and private payer health care program requirements; and our own business policy.
Notice of Privacy Practices for Whitley County Health Department, both in Corbin and Williamsburg offices as well as the Whitley County Home Health Agency, which is also a program of the health department.
This notice describes how medical information about you may be used and disclosed and how you can get access to this information. Click on the PDF file on the left to read this privacy practices guidelines.
If you have more questions or need additional information contact:
Cindy Rice, Privacy Official, Whitley County Health Department,
A total of 976 community health surveys were acquired through survey monkey and paper surveys that was given to students in schools, clinic, HANDS, and community meetings to find what the public identifies as Whitley County's major health issues. This is one of the first of four (MAPP) Mobilizing Action through Planning and Partnerships steps implemented by the Whitley County Healthy Community Coalition. Organizations and businesses of Whitley County are part of this coalition. The goal is to improve the health of our community and decrease chronic disease and mortality by implementing evidence based strategies and policy change that will affect the outcome of community health. This community health survey will identify which evidence based strategies that will be used to create a community health improvement plan. Below is the link to reveal the findings of the Community Health Survey for 2016.