Regional & Community Data

This section contains the most recent demographic, economic, behavioral, and health data available by Region and community.  For example, you can find the size of a particular population in the County, the median income in a specific community, the percentage of San Diegans who are current smokers and the rate of death due to stroke among a particular age group. 

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Demographic Profiles contain the most recent demographic and economic data available by Region and community. The current profiles reflect 2019 data.

For machine-readable data, visit the County of San Diego's data access portal.

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Health Data:

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Our varied health profiles contain the most recent health data available at the county, region, and community levels. This section contains printable information as well as documents to pinpoint a single statistic. 

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Community Profiles contain a variety of health-related information in San Diego County and its communities. We currently have 2016 to 2019 deaths, hospitalizations, emergency department discharges, in-patient treatment discharges, physical rehabilitation and skilled nursing facility discharges for all conditions. The data is collected by age groups by race/ethnicity as well. 

For machine-readable data, visit the County of San Diego's data access portal.

 

Notification: We are matching the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality's (AHRQ) Healthcare Cost and Utilization Project (HCUP) Clinical Classifications Software Refined (CCSR) definitions for conditions. Please see the Codebook and Data Guide for more information. 

 

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Health Data by Year

Alzheimer's Disease and Related Dementias (ADRD)

Behavioral Health Outcomes

Communicable Diseases

Injuries

Non-Communicable (Chronic) Diseases

Maternal and Child Health Outcomes

 

Public Health Services Data Guide and Codebook

For previous years' health data, dating back to 2000, visit our archives.

 

 

 

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Primary Care Clinic Utilization Profiles contain a variety of health and operation-related information on community primary care clinics in San Diego County. Our profiles cover years 2013-2015. More recent data is available via the CHHS Data Portal links below.

 

 
 
 
 
 

 

 

Health Briefs

Health Briefs are easy-to-read, printable health statistics by Region using data from the Community Profiles and the California Health Interview Survey (CHIS). Each health brief is divided into non-communicable disease, communicable disease, ADOD, maternal & child health, injury, and behavioral health data.

 

 

 

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CDC's Winnable Battles: Winnable Battles are public health priorities where the CDC and public health partners, like the County of San Diego, can make significant progress in a relatively short timeframe. For information on the first national set of Winnable Battles please see the Winnable Battles Final Report as well as National Progress Reports published in 2013 and 2014. For local data, please click the image or here

 

 

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Collision-Related Maps and Injury Data

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Transportation Injury Mapping System (TIMS)

TIMS is a web-based data query and download application developed to display pin maps in Google Maps, using the California Statewide Integrated Traffic Records System (SWITRS) collision data. A second application was designed and applied to provide a more map-centric experience with other types of data layers and spatial analysis capabilities typically seen in a Geographic Information System (GIS), which is all available to the public.

 

 

Collision statistics you can create tables and graphs for, map or download the raw data:

-Geography

-Severity

-Type

-By Day of Week and Time

-By Primary Collision Factor Violation

-Victim demographics

-Victim degree of injury

-Victim role

-Use of safety equipment

-Pedestrian collision classification and descriptions

-Number of collisions by schools by type

 

 

Health Behavior Data:

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California Health Interview Survey (CHIS) is a source of information on health, health behaviors, and access to health care services. The survey is conducted every two years through telephone surveys of adults, adolescents, and children, and is the largest state health survey in the nation. In the following documents, information from CHIS is presented and used to estimate the number of residents represented by the survey data. Both County-level and Health and Human Services Agency (HHSA) Region-level information is provided.

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