The bonds are special limited obligations of KCHD
and are secured by a pledge of gross revenues (excluding ad valorem tax revenues) of the hospital district, with additional security provided by a mortgage and a debt service reserve.
As stated in the 2015 Kendall County Board of Health Annual Report (Tokars, 2015), the goal is to offer "optimal opportunities for access to health care, while encouraging [citizens] to actively pursue and maintain healthy lifestyle choices and social well-being positively contributing to a common good and growing community spirit." KCHD
adopts the World Health Organization's definition of health as "a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity" (Tokars, 2017).
Following the report of illnesses on April 16, 2012, KCHD
created investigation objectives to investigate the suspected outbreak by gathering appropriate epidemiological and environmental data.
On May 5, the KCHD
was notified of a gastroenteritis outbreak among employees who had attended a school staff luncheon on May 3.
For example, an agreement between KCHD
and the state of Kansas recognized Kansas City, Missouri, as a county of Kansas for purposes of metropolitan surveillance.
The 'A' IDR and revenue bond ratings are based on KCHD
's strong financial profile, supported by its very strong operating profile and exceptionally strong revenue defensibility indicative of its significant taxing margin.
On April 23, 2010, KCHD
obtained WVSIIS data for all children under ten that received the first but not the the second dose of vaccine within the recommended time period.
The planning, including consent forms development, clinic schedule and medical screening was done on a collaborative basis between KCHD