Tri County Health Improvement Planning (T-CHIP) PDF Print E-mail
The purpose of the Tri-County health planning board is to improve the health of Somerset, Wicomico and Worcester county residents through increased accessibility, continuity, and availability of quality cost-effective health services.


Tri-County Health Planning Board: Somerset, Wicomico, Worcester counties

The Planning Board has been providing input into the development of local (lower shore) and statewide health planning documents since 1993. As a part of state wide health improvement process the planning board also developed Tri-County Health Improvement Plan (T-CHIP) by identifying top two health priorities common to all three counties.

The Board usually meets the last Wednesday of the months of January, May and October rotating between the three counties. For information call 410-632-1100 and ask for the Planning Program. All meetings are open to the public.

Meeting Minutes:


To join the tri-county obesity or diabetes advisory groups or a county group with a focus on another specific disease or condition, or for other questions, contact Matey Barker for Somerset, Brenda Williams for Wicomico and Jennifer LaMade  for Worcester.
For a listing of members of the individual county boards, health department staffs, regional interested parties, please click: Listing of Planning Board Members

Resources & Publications:
For more information about the State Health Improvement Process (SHIP): http://dhmh.maryland.gov/ship
Maryland Community Health Resource Commission List of Grantees, February 2013
Tri County Report on Implementation of Health Improvement Plan, November 28, 2012
Tri County Health Improvement Plan, Feb. 29, 2012
Local Health Improvement Council Priorities Spreadsheet
Charts of Selected Black vs. White Chronic Disease SHIP Metrics (Eastern Maryland)
2009 Tri-County Community Health Assessment
County Health Ranking

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