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Health Department Asks for Input Through Telephone Survey

Thursday, July 10, 2014

In mid-July, the Northern Kentucky Health Department will be sponsoring a random telephone survey in Boone, Campbell, Grant and Kenton Counties to gauge the community’s perceptions of health-related issues. The data collected from this study will help guide future programming and activities for the Health Department.

The 15-minute survey can be answered by any adult age 18 and older. Both cell phone and land-line phone numbers will be included in the survey sample.

“The more people who take the time to respond to this survey, the better our data will be,” said Lynne M. Saddler, MD, MPD, District Director of Health. “Your opinions are important to us, so we strongly encourage you to participate if you receive a telephone call.” 

All information collected will be confidential. Responses will be combined with hundreds of others and not reported individually, but the results of the survey as a whole will be shared with the community.

Anyone with questions about the survey can contact the Health Department at 859.341.4264 or email

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