Health Priorities meeting in Steuben County looks at biggest needs

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Fifty-eight residents representing medicine, education, health, nutrition, mental health, family support, hospitals, county legislators and related agencies attended Steuben County Public Health’s “Health Priorities Setting” meeting Tuesday morning in the County Office Building Annex.

The group discussed the top two health areas to focus on during the next three-year Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP) in Steuben, which were not immediately released to the public.

Once completed, the plan will take effect in 2020.

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