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Celebration is part of Heart Safe Communities award
Bloomington has what it takes to improve the chances of surviving a sudden cardiac arrest. To prove it, the City received the Minnesota's Heart Safe Communities "stamp of approval." Bloomington's City Council will be awarded the designation at the start of its meeting on Monday, February 23. The Bloomington Heart Safe Community program invites all to celebrate this award at a reception prior to Council meeting. Read more about this award and the work of Public Health, Fire, Police and Emergency Medical Services.
- Help us find Bloomington’s 2015 health champion! Nominate a Bloomington resident, organization or business that you think has made a big difference in improving our health in Bloomington for the 2015 Health and Wellness Award.
- Any Bloomington, Edina or Richfield community organization or group may apply by May 1, 2015 for a grant to become a Healthy Living Hub, providing centralized opportunities for healthy living. Find out how to apply, get more information and learn about the information session on April 2, 2015.
- April senior health tip: Know the best exercises for the over 50 crowd to reduce your risk of injury.
- March family health tip: When your baby sleeps, make sure the area surrounding your baby is healthy and safe.
- CERT is seeking multicultural community members who are interested in supporting local emergency preparedness, response, recovery and outreach activities. Register now for CERT Cultural Services Unit training in April.
- Basic CERT training is taking place in May; registration is now open. Get information about registration, location, dates and times.
- New Year, New You health tip #5: Gather supplies to keep you well in emergency situations.
These reports keep track of our community's health and help us make plans for promoting, protecting and improving the health of people in our community.
City of Bloomington, Division of Public Health annual report
Information, highlights and outcomes for our programs and services
VEAP Food Program Survey
Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP) 2012-2015
- The Community Health Improvement Plan was developed through a joint effort of the cities of Bloomington, Edina, Minneapolis and Richfield and Hennepin County. The Plan includes a joint Community Health Assessment, vision and guiding principles, strategic health issues and goals, stakeholder engagement and planning, and additional resources and tools. Read the Community Health Improvement Plan.
Community Food Assessment for the Cities of Bloomington, Edina and Richfield
Community Health Assessment
2012 Population Profiles
2013-2014 Youth Health Updates
Minnesota Student Survey data for Bloomington, Edina and Richfield
2010-2011 Community Readiness Survey results
2006-2010 Maternal and Child Health Reports
Appointed by the City Council, the the Advisory Board of Health's mission is to promote, protect and care for the health of our community. It researches and evaluates issues concerning health and the environment within the city, and advises and makes recommendations to the City Council about such issues. Learn more about the Advisory Board of Health.
- To report an emergency: Call 911.
- If you are ill: Contact your health care provider.
- If you are a physician reporting an infectious disease: Call 651-201-5414 or 1-877-676-5414.
- Minnesota Department of Health Emergency Operations contact information