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    If you’re looking for public health data for Pierce County, search by topic using the A to Z bar above.

    Can’t find what you’re looking for? Contact the Assessment, Planning and Development Team at assessmentplanningdevelopment@tpchd.org.

    Access to Healthcare Services

    Access to healthcare services in Pierce County webpage.

    Access to healthcare services in Pierce County (full report).

    Asthma

    Behavioral Health

    Pierce County Mental Health: A data-informed perspective. January 2020-December 2021.

    A Look at Mental Health in Pierce County fact sheet, 2015—Mental health is an important part of your well-being. A range of factors affect mental health.

    Unattended Mental Health – Impact on Society, 2016—Your communities thrive when we meet the mental health needs of residents.

    Community Mental Health and Chemical Dependency Assessment: City of Tacoma, 2012.—Mental health and chemical dependency assessment and resource inventory.

    Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS)

    SMART: City and County Data—Selected Metropolitan/Micropolitan Area Risk Trends (SMART) is an ongoing project that uses BRFSS data to produce local area estimates.

    Births

    Cancer

    Chronic Diseases

    Communicable Diseases

    The Communicable Disease and Immunization Update—Up-to-date information about public health issues and current communicable disease statistics.

    Community Health Assessments

    Mary Bridge Community Health Needs Assessment—This report identifies the most pressing health needs in the Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital service area.

    Pierce County Community Health Needs Assessment—This report identifies the most pressing health needs in Virginia Mason Franciscan Health and MultiCare Health System service areas.

    Pierce County Community Health Assessment—The Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP) includes action steps by Pierce County organizations using their resources, missions and focus to address the health needs of the county.

    County Health Rankings—How healthy is Pierce County? Annual rankings provide a snapshot of how where we live, learn, work and play shapes our health.

    Deaths

    Leading Causes of Death in Pierce County, 2013.

    Infant Mortality in Pierce County, 2015.

    Washington State Department of Health, Death Data Tables by Topic.

    Diabetes

    Health Equity

    Healthy Equity Organizational Self-Assessment, Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department, 2020 or view the Executive Summary.

    2020 COVID-19 Health Equity Assessment and infographic.

    2015 Health Equity Assessmentexecutive summary and infographic.

    Health Indicators

    Pierce County Health Indicators—A snapshot of health status using existing systems. Trends tell us about patterns of illness, health conditions and behaviors of a population.

    County Health Rankings—How healthy is Pierce County? Annual rankings provide a snapshot of how where we live, learn, work and play shapes our health.

    Community Health Status Indicators—An interactive web application. The application produces health profiles for all 3,143 counties in the United States. Each profile includes key indicators of health outcomes.

    Local Public Health Indicators—Local data for each of Washington’s local public health jurisdictions.

    Health Systems Transformation

    Pierce County Accountable Communities of Health, Access to Care Data Report, 2016.

    Healthy Communities

    Community Profiles: Demographics and Health Data, 2014.

    Healthy Food

    Food insecurity fact sheet.

    Healthy Youth Survey

    Self-reported data every two years from students in grades 6, 8, 10 and 12.

    Heart Disease

    HIV/AIDS

    Immunizations

    Indicators

    Pierce County Health Indicators—A snapshot of health status using existing systems. Trends tell us about patterns of illness, health conditions and behaviors of a population.

    County Health Rankings—How healthy is Pierce County? Annual rankings provide a snapshot of how where we live, learn, work and play shapes our health.

    Community Health Status Indicators—An interactive web application. The application produces health profiles for all 3,143 counties in the United States. Each profile includes key indicators of health outcomes.

    Local Public Health Indicators—Local data for each of Washington’s local public health jurisdictions.

    Maps

    Maternal and Child Health

    Infant Mortality in Pierce County, 2015.

    Black Infant Health in Pierce County, 2016.

    Washington Department of Health, Maternal and Child Data Reports—A resource for public health professionals on the health status of pregnant women, infants and children in Washington State.

    Pierce County Community Health Assessment (CHA)—Data from health indicators and information from residents and partners to identify the most critical health issues in our county. Includes a chapter on maternal and child health data.

    Population

    Pierce County Population Profile, 2014—Includes U.S. Census and American Community Survey data. Understand current health problems and predict future population health needs using the population description.

    Washington State Office of Financial Management, Population Data—The features of Washington State’s population, housing and economy. Provides guidance to access and use demographic information. Includes data for Pierce County.

    Preventive Screenings

    Gaps in Mammography Screening: 2011 | 2015 | 2022—How can Carol Milgard Breast Center (CMBC) best provide mammography services to underserved and at-risk populations in Pierce County?

    Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs)

    Voting

    Pierce County, WA voter turn-out—Analysis of electoral and population data for the Aug. 2, 2016 primary.

    Youth Health

    Healthy Youth Survey.

    Well-being of Military Children in Pierce County—Findings from the Healthy Youth Survey.


    Resources

    National Vital Statistics System.