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Local data: databases that cover multiple health topics

National County-Level Health Resource Information Database

This database has information on health facilities, health professions, and measures of resource scarcity, health status, economic activity, health training programs, and socioeconomic and environmental characteristics. To use the database, download the ARF Access file for the indicators you are interested in, or download the whole database into SPSS or SAS.
This information and other data links from Health Resources  and Services Administration (HRSA) 

County Health Rankings

See how Washtenaw County compares on numerous health measures compared to other counties in Michigan and around the country.

Health Resources County Comparison Tool

Allows you to compare your county with similar counties in terms of some of the information included in the ARF database. You do not need SPSS or SAS to use this site.

MDCH Michigan Community Health Portal

You can search by county, health department or municipality and find tables of natality, mortality, cancer, infant mortality and many other topics.

Michigan Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance

Regional and county-level prevalence rates of health risk behaviors, preventive health practices, and chronic conditions.

Washtenaw County Health Improvement Plan Survey database

You can search by HIP survey year (2005 and 2010) and topic area. Trend data (1995 - 2010) link shows up on the right side of the screen if available.  

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