August 2001 Human Services Committee Report

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Transcript August 2001 Human Services Committee Report

Human Services Committee
June 2009 Health Department Report
with January – April 2009 Data
Food Service Report
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
first third
Regular Inspections
581
683
671
661
221
Re-inspections
97
92
56
38
8
Vending
46
49
45
44
41
Enforcement Hearing
0
0
0
3
1
Food Borne Outbreaks
1
0
0
0
0
Public Complaints
10
37
41
17
6
Temporary Permits
(festivals, etc.)
50
83
64
61
0
Septic System Permits Issued
1979 -2008
785
800
700
600
755
696
647
598
507
500
300
481
449
437
400
692
680
585
706
664 659
667
652 641
642
729
678
741
678
650
645
614
583
474
385
249
200
100
19
7
19 9
80
19
8
19 1
82
19
8
19 3
84
19
8
19 5
8
19 6
87
19
8
19 8
89
19
9
19 0
91
19
9
19 2
93
19
9
19 4
95
19
9
19 6
97
19
9
19 8
99
20
0
20 0
0
20 1
02
20
0
20 3
04
20
0
20 5
06
20
0
20 7
08
0
Monthly Accumulative
Septic Tank Disposal Permits
2004-2009
250
215
208
192
200
Septic 04
Septic 05
Septic 06
Septic 07
Septic 08
Septic 09
143
150
132
116
94
92
100
108
71
57
50
37 40
51 49
39
32
22
19
7
39
20
7
1
0
JAN
FEB
MAR
APR
Monthly Accumulative Septic Permits
2002-2009
DEC
755
785
NOV
741
678
OCT
SEP
645
AUG
JUL
474
JUN
MAY
APR
249
MAR
FEB
JAN
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
Jan-Apr
Monthly Accumulative Well Permits
2002-2009
DEC
NOV
717
671
619
OCT
SEP
609
AUG
551
JUL
JUN
412
MAY
APR
246
MAR
FEB
JAN
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
Jan-Apr
Beach Monitoring Stakeholders Meetings
(Core Group)
• Watershed Center of Grand Traverse Bay
• Traverse City State Park / Michigan Department of
Natural Resources
• Grand Traverse County Health Department
• City of Traverse City
• SOS Analytical
• Grand Traverse County Drain Commissioner
• Met:
– January 21, 2009
– February 25, 2009
– March 25, 2009
– April 22, 2009
– May 27, 2009
Work Plan for
2009 Monitoring Season:
• Source Tracking Survey in East Bay in cooperation with Michigan
State University, Michigan Department of Environmental Quality
• Monitoring for E.coli at local public beaches providing funding
sources are available
• Public notification of E.coli testing results by Grand Traverse
County Health Department through their “Weekly Beach Report” as
implemented in 2008
• Monthly meetings through winter and spring of the Beach Monitors
Stakeholders
• Seek additional funding sources to expand surface water quality
sampling
• Continue to educate the public through variety of means on
surface water quality issues
 Grand Traverse County Sheriff, Tom Bensley, that his marine
division will work with the Beach Monitoring Stakeholders Group
this summer to enforce state laws regarding the illegal discharge
of pollutants into the waters of this State.
• Sampling Starts June 3, 2009
• Sampling Ends September 9, 2009
Communicable Disease Report
DISEASE
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
first qtr
Enteric
49
37
40
46
27
26
31
28
29
7
STD
119
189
133
121
175
168
126
138
188
96
Hep A
1
1
0
2
0
1
2
0
1
0
Hep B & C
13
22
12
28
9
26
49
65
57
27
TB
16
21
8
4
0
1
1
0
0
0
HIV/AIDS
8
6
3
0
3
5
0
0
0
0
NA
NA
NA
NA
NA
77
123
110
129
30
Animal Bites
Unique Disease for January – April 2009:
4 Aseptic Meningitis, 1 Guillian-Barre Syndrome, 1 Chicken Pox, 3 Lyme Disease, 1 Noro Virus
Investigation in a Retirement Community
Family Planning Data
Unduplicated Number of Patients Seen
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
JAN
242
171
246
234
214
FEB
205
182
197
251
210
MAR
254
243
198
265
238
APR
245
196
239
257
260
MAY
260
265
204
227
JUN
269
199
272
283
JUL
207
254
251
236
AUG
289
257
259
253
SEP
222
205
203
251
OCT
238
221
253
253
NOV
232
220
194
193
DEC
244
181
211
237
total
2,907
2,594
2,727
2,940
922
Family Planning Data
Unduplicated Number of Patients Seen
0
1,000
2005
3,000
2,907
2006
2,594
2007
2,727
2008
2009
2,000
2,940
922 Jan-Apr
4,000
Family Planning Data
Number of Patients Seen - 3 Year Trend
0
100
200
300
JAN
2007
FEB
MAR
APR
MAY
2008
JUN
JUL
AUG
SEP
2009
OCT
NOV
DEC
Summary of High Risk WIC Clients
April 2009
50%
45%
40%
35%
30%
25%
GT County WIC
State of MI
20%
15%
10%
5%
0%
Pregnant
Women
BF Women
NL Women
Infants
BF – Breast Feeding
NL – Not Lactating
Children
TOP NUTRITIONAL RISKS
OF GT WIC CLIENTS
APRIL 2009
6%
Improper Nutrition
Practices
10%
Risks Related to
Overweight
9%
50%
Risks Related to
Underweight
Pregnancy
Complications
25%
Medical
Conditions
Affecting Nutrition
Hearing and Vision Testing Data
of School Children by Month
2006
2007
2008
2009
JAN
771
1591
1279
1521
FEB
557
1531
1607
1880
MAR
808
1133
1069
705
APR
837
462
621
599
MAY
670
769
608
JUN
55
35
64
JUL
86
52
19
AUG
454
519
837
SEP
1721
1351
1330
OCT
1340
2014
1988
NOV
1746
1419
876
DEC
788
1195
941
total
9,833
12,071
11,239
4,705
Hearing and Vision Testing
of School Children by Month
2500
2000
2006
1500
2007
2008
1000
2009
500
0
Jan
Feb Mar
Apr
May Jun
Jul
Aug Sept Oct Nov
Dec
Immunization Data
Patients Immunized at Health Department
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
JAN
283
266
291
346
255
FEB
276
256
222
300
182
MAR
267
256
341
254
235
APR
292
238
258
354
188
MAY
244
248
304
268
JUN
252
268
274
317
JUL
287
248
396
349
AUG
452
397
257
504
SEP
412
249
179
402
OCT
666
393
311
637
NOV
411
282
154
260
DEC
209
298
134
232
total
4,051
3,399
3,121
4,223
860
Immunization Report
In Health Department Only
400
350
2005
300
2006
250
2007
2008
200
2009
150
100
50
0
JAN
FEB
MAR
APR
MAY
JUN
JUL
AUG
SEP
OCT
NOV
DEC
Maternal Support Services Data
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
JAN
308
306
291
276
277
FEB
302
275
236
276
248
MAR
346
302
325
237
272
APR
304
288
237
233
235
MAY
247
267
283
258
JUN
282
317
302
274
JUL
284
267
253
266
AUG
313
276
247
228
SEP
286
267
272
223
OCT
290
299
305
297
NOV
275
227
284
232
DEC
255
228
231
242
total
3,492
3,319
3,266
3,042
1,024
Maternal & Infant Support Services
at Homes and in the Clinic
400
350
2005
300
2006
250
2007
2008
200
2009
150
100
50
0
JAN
FEB
MAR
APR
MAY
JUN
JUL
AUG
SEP
OCT
NOV
DEC
Youth Health & Wellness Center
SERVICES
2008
2009
First Quarter
Chronic Disease Management
169
80
Reproductive Health
171
55
1134
328
Immunizations
555
118
Mental Health Services
189
62
Prenatal/Postpartum
31
3
STI Testing/Dx/Trx
66
28
Substance Abuse/Asx/Dx/Tx
24
23
General Medical
907
281
Dental
278
21
Health Promotion/Risk Reduction
YHWC Services
FY 2008
169
278
171
907
1134
24
66
31
189
555
Chronic Disease Management
Reproductive Health
Health Promo/Risk Reduction
Immunizations
Mental Health Services
Prenatal/Postpartum
STI Testing/dx/tx
Substance Abuse
General Medical
Dental
YHWC Top Five Services
in 2008
Mental Health, 189
Oral Health, 278
Health Promotion, 1134
Immunizations, 555
Health Promotion
General Medical
Immunizations
Oral Health
General Medical, 907
Mental Health
YHWC Top Five Services
2008-2009 1st Quarter
0
100
200
300
60
66
2008
6
6
83
400
304
105
Chronic Disease Management
Reproductive Health
18
Health Promo/Risk Reduction
283
Immunizations
105
55
2009
3
62
28
23
21
Mental Health Services
Prenatal/Postpartum
80
328
118
STI Testing
Substance Abuse
General Medical
Dental
281
YHWC Services
Unduplicated vs. Total Services
4000
2008
3500
2007
3000
2006
2500
2000
2007
1500
2008
2006
1000
500
0
2006
2007
2008
Unduplic ated Clients
784
1026
1108
Total Servic es
2148
2856
3524
Animal Control Data
2008
Seized
2008
Redeemed
2008
Citations
2009
Seized
2009
Redeemed
2009
Citations
JAN
30
11
14
46
16
23
FEB
25
3
8
42
6
13
MAR
33
10
16
23
3
13
APR
30
11
17
47
15
28
MAY
33
9
23
JUN
45
16
33
JUL
50
17
42
AUG
39
14
26
SEP
44
28
36
OCT
49
11
19
NOV
26
11
18
DEC
14
3
6
total
418
144
258
158
40
77
Animal Control Activities
60
JAN
FEB
50
MAR
APR
40
MAY
JUN
30
JUL
AUG
20
SEP
OCT
NOV
10
DEC
0
Seized 08
Seized 09
Redeemed 08
Redeemed 09
Citation 08
Citation 09
Animal Control Activities
Dogs Seized
50
45
40
35
30
25
20
15
10
5
0
Seized 08
Seized 09
JAN
FEB
MAR APR MAY JUN
JUL AUG
SEP
OCT NOV
DEC
Emergency Management successes for period 1/1/09 – 4/30/09
• Completed and received approval for the Grand Traverse County
Emergency Action Guidelines.
–
Basic Plan
Human Services
–
Direction/Control
Law Enforcement
–
Communications
Public Information
–
Emergency Medical Services
Public Works
–
Fire
Warning
–
Public Health
Damage Assessment
• Plans Also Completed:
– Emergency Action Plans (flood management) for Boardman Dam and
Sabin Dam.
– Assisted Turtle Creek Casino with development of an Emergency
Evacuation Plan
Emergency Management Training
• ICS100 Training for 175 Grand Traverse County
employees Jan.19th.
• E-Team (Resource Management) for two sessions –
Feb. 10th and March 10th. – 22 Students.
• Weather Spotter Training at Governmental Center on
March 26 – attended by 103 persons.
• Public Information Officer Training at the Civic
Center (two day school) – attended by 42 students.
Emergency Management Exercies
• Conducted a tabletop school violence
exercise for administrative staff at
Northwestern Michigan College.
• Participated in lockdown drill training
for approximately 50 public, Catholic,
charter and private schools
Web Site
www.GTCHD.org
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Committee Documents for the Health
Department:
Swine Flu Activities
April 26 – May 14 2009
Estimated Totals:
• Staff hours
319
• Staffing cost
$17,250
• Health Alerts Received (CDC, MDCH)
39
• Health Notices Sent (Doctors, Pharm)
18
• Media Interviews
12
Swine Flu Activities
Significant Local Partners
• Munson Medical Care
• Area Physicians and Clinics
• Area Pharmacies
• TBA-ISD
• TCAPS
• Northern Michigan College
• Grand Traverse Sheriff
• Local TV, Radio, and Newspapers
Grand Traverse County Health Department
Financial Changes Summary 2009 & 2010
As of May 13, 2009
Program
Environmental Health
200 - Food Service LPHO Reduction
206 - Private Water LPHO Reduction
207 - On-Site Sewage LPHO Reduction
(Decrease in Environmental Health Funding)
Personal Health
410 - Maternal & Infant Health(Healthy Futures) State CPBC
416 - Family Planning Medicaid 4%
423 - Maternal & Infant Support (MIHP) Medicaid 4%
424 - Youth Health & Wellness Center Medicaid 4%
425 - WIC - State CPBC per participant increase
455 - CSHCS - State CPBC additional allocation
706 - IMMS Medicaid 4%
706 - IMMS IAP 2009/2010 Increase
706 - IMMS Vaccine Handling 09/10 Decrease
706 - IMMS Adult Vaccination Stimulus
707 - Communicable Disease LPHO Reduction
708 - STD LPHO Reduction
??Medicaid Stimulus Payment - Details Unknown
Increase in Personal Health Funding
Net (Decrease) or Increase in Health Department Funding
Indicated Funding Changes
2008/2009
2009/2010
(3,640)
(4,754)
(4,502)
(12,896)
(14,558)
(19,015)
(18,008)
(51,581)
(342)
(100)
(2,300)
(160)
4,454
10,313
(110)
(1,368)
(200)
(4,600)
(320)
4,454
13,750
(225)
5,497
(5,403)
9,155
(6,689)
(3,606)
(1,672)
(902)
33,664
42,845
29,949
10,445
(41,136)
Revised Financial Summary
Grand Traverse County Health Department
Financial Changes Summary 2009 & 2010
As of June 1, 2009
Program
Environmental Health
200 - Food Service LPHO Reduction
206 - Private Water LPHO Reduction
207 - On-Site Sewage LPHO Reduction
(Decrease in Environmental Health Funding)
Personal Health
410 - Maternal & Infant Health(Healthy Futures) State CPBC
416 - Family Planning Medicaid 4%
423 - Maternal & Infant Support (MIHP) Medicaid 4%
424 - Youth Health & Wellness Center Medicaid 4%
425 - WIC - State CPBC per participant increase
455 - CSHCS - State CPBC additional allocation
706 - IMMS Medicaid 4%
706 - IMMS IAP 2009/2010 Increase
706 - IMMS Vaccine Handling 09/10 Decrease
706 - IMMS Adult Vaccination Stimulus
707 - Communicable Disease LPHO Reduction
708 - STD LPHO Reduction
Increase in Personal Health Funding
Net (Decrease) or Increase in Health Department Funding
Indicated Funding Changes
2008/2009
2009/2010
(3,640)
(4,754)
(4,502)
(12,896)
(14,558)
(19,015)
(18,008)
(51,581)
(342)
(100)
(2,300)
(160)
4,454
10,313
(110)
(1,672)
(902)
9,181
(1,368)
(200)
(4,600)
(320)
4,454
13,750
(225)
5,497
(5,403)
9,155
(6,689)
(3,606)
10,445
(3,715)
(41,136)
This Concludes the HSC
Report for June 2009