Public Health Accreditation:
The Public Health Accreditation Board (PHAB) awarded Gallatin City-County Health Department accreditation in 2015. The national accreditation program works to improve and protect the health of the public by advancing and ultimately transforming the quality and performance of the nation’s state, local, Tribal and territorial public health departments. Accreditation means that the Gallatin City-County Health Department is committed to continuous quality improvement so that we can meet our community’s needs as effectively as possible. PHAB accreditation demonstrates our accountability and credibility to everyone with whom we work.
The Public Health Accreditation Board (PHAB), established in 2007, was created to serve as the national public health accrediting body. PHAB is jointly funded by the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. The development of national public health accreditation has involved, and is supported by, public health leaders and practitioners from the national, Tribal, state, and local levels. Learn more about PHAB.
GCCHD Strategic Plan
The objective of the Gallatin City-County Health Department’s strategic plan is to develop thoughtful interrelationships between the organization’s priorities and opportunities, and to maximize resources. This document serves as an effort to focus more on how the department can function better to serve its population through five priority areas. The six strategic priority areas are:
- Public Health Emergency Response & Recovery
- Behavioral Health
- Health Equity & Health Promotion
- Environmental Health / Healthy Environment
- Communications & Information Sharing
- Culture of Excellence
The Gallatin City-County Board of Health adopted the current strategic plan on July 22, 2021 and the plan will expire on June 30, 2024.