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Triennial Reviews

Local Health Department Reviews

A comprehensive review of local county health departments is conducted every three years for most programs. These reviews assess compliance activities of local health departments, evaluate overall program effectiveness, and recommend modification to programs when requested. 

The results of the review, including commendations, compliance findings, and recommendations are communicated to the Local Public Health Authority and the County Health Administrator.

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Triennial Review Tools

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Form Name Word PDF Date
Administrative Word
Feb 2016
Babies First! Word Apr 2015
Civil Rights Self-Assessment Word
May 2016
Communicable Disease Word Apr 2015
Drinking Water Word June 2015
Fiscal Word Apr 2015
Fiscal Non-Profit Word Apr 2015
Fiscal WIC Word Apr 2015
Food, Pool and Lodging Health & Safety - Environmental Health Word June 2015
Food, Pool and Lodging Health & Safety - Environmental Health Program Protocol Word PDF Aug 2013
Health Officer Word Mar
Healthy Communities Implementation Word June 2015
HIV Care and Treatment Word Apr 2015
HIV Prevention Word May 2015
Immunization Word PDF Oct 2016
MCH Records Review Word Apr 2015
Nurse Family Partnership Word Mar
Perinatal Word Apr 2015
Public Health Emergency Preparedness Word PDF June 2017
Reproductive Health Word Mar 2017
STI Word July 2016
Tobacco Prevention & Education Program (TPEP) Word June 2015
Tuberculosis Review Word Jul 2017
Tuberculosis Chart Audit Word Apr 2015
Vital Records Word June 2016
Vital Records Instruction Memo Word
June 2016
Vital Records Instruction Memo - County and Deputy Registrar Roles and Responsibilities PDF Oct 2017




WIC Breastfeeding Peer Counseling Program Word May 2015
WIC Farm Direct Nutrition Program Word Aug 2016

Triennial Review Evaluation Report

The Triennial Review Evaluation Report examines compliance findings from a three-year review cycle (2014-2016) to identify common trends. The study also includes key informant interviews with LHD and PHD staff to identify training needs and barriers to achieving compliance.

Below is the final report which includes recommendations for how PHD and LHDs can support the public health system of today, while co-creating a modernized system that will equitably and efficiently serve the needs of Oregonians in the decades ahead.

Final Report, September 2017

Executive Summary

Triennial Review Improvement Project

The Oregon Public Health Division and Conference of Local Health Officials are in the midst of a project to improve the triennial review process.

Below are results to the survey report and survey comments shared with local and state public health staff.

Triennial Review Survey Report, January 2015

Survey Comments

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