City, County and Regional Reports

 

Map Set

 

Map Set 2016

Map Set 2016
Published 2016

This map set was produced by the Alameda County Public Health Department, Community Assessment, Planning, and Evaluation (CAPE) unit. It is a collection of Alameda County maps that show health and social data at the census tract or zip code level, maps for which CAPE routinely receives requests. We work to achieve the ACPHD mission and vision by monitoring the latest data on social and health issues affecting our county. The information is intended for policy makers, non-profit organizations, community educators, city planners, local service providers, residents, and students. These maps may be referenced or reproduced in reports, presentations, and publications with the Alameda County Public Health logo and the citation: Alameda County Public Health Department, Map Set, November 2016. Available in PDF or Powerpoint format.

 

City- and County-Level Reports

 

CHA Data Report

Alameda County Health Data Profile 2014
Published 2014

The Alameda County Health Data Profile is a summary of the health status of the Alameda County population. It presents data on the key drivers of morbidity and mortality by city/place and race/ethnicity. For select indicators it also presents trends and rates by age group. Additionally, an entire chapter is dedicated to health equity: how poverty and racism impact social, economic, and health outcomes.

This data profile comprises the Community Health Status Assessment component of the larger Community Health Assessment (CHA), one of the key deliverables in the Public Health Accreditation process. Based on the CDC’s model, Mobilizing for Action through Planning and Partnerships (MAPP), the data profile is intended to complement the other three components of the CHA: 1) the Local Public Health System Assessment, 2) the Community Themes and Strengths Assessment, and 3) the Forces of Change Assessment. All of these components and processes together will give rise to the community priorities that will inform the Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP), one of the other key deliverables for accreditation.

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The Health of Alameda County Cities and Places
Published 2010

This report contains demographic and health information for Alameda County and for all cities, places, and regions in the county. Updated for 2010, the report includes data from the previous Health Indicators for Cities reports and the previous Alameda County Health Status reports.

 

County-Level Reports

 

CDPH County Profile 2016

CDPH County Health Status Profiles 2016 — Alameda County
Published April 2017

This is a summary of Alameda County data from the CDPH County Health Status Profiles 2016.

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Alameda County Health Status Report 2006
Published 2006

Assesses the health status of the population of Alameda County and tracks racial or ethnic health disparities in the population. The report also provides critical information for program planning and resource allocation.

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Alameda County Health Status Report 2003
Published 2003

Assesses the health status of Alameda Countys population and tracks racial/ethnic health disparities (also referred to as inequities) in the population. The report also provides critical information for program planning and resource allocation.

 

City-Level Reports

 

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Select Health Indicators for Cities in Alameda County, 2007
Published 2007

This report contains demographic and health information for cities, places, and regions in Alameda County, updated for 2007. The report was produced for the Hospital Council of Northern and Central California so that hospitals can better prioritize and refine their efforts to improve the health of the communities they serve. The report is a valuable resource for policymakers, community leaders, and community-based organizations.

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Select Health Indicators for Cities in Alameda County, 2004
Published 2004

This report contains demographic and health information for cities, places, and regions in Alameda County. The report was produced for the Hospital Council of Northern and Central California so that hospitals can better prioritize and refine their efforts to improve the health of the communities they serve. The report is a valuable resource for policymakers, community leaders, and community-based organizations.

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Hayward Health Profile, 2004
Published 2004

This report presents a range of indicators to measure health status and to understand factors associated with health outcomes in Hayward. The purpose of this report is to share information with the community that can be used to promote the health of Hayward residents. It includes a demographic and social profile of Hayward, and health indicators on death from all causes; chronic disease; maternal, child, and adolescent health; injury; and communicable diseases.

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Oakland Health Profile, 2004
Published 2004

This report presents a range of indicators to measure health status and to understand factors associated with health outcomes in Oakland. The purpose of this report is to share information with the community that can be used to promote the health of Oakland residents. It includes a demographic and social profile of Oakland, and health indicators on death from all causes; chronic disease; maternal, child, and adolescent health; injury; and communicable diseases.

 

Region-Level Reports

 

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Tri-City Health Profile, 2007
Published 2007

This report presents a range of indicators to measure health status and to understand factors associated with health outcomes in the Tri-City area of Alameda County, including Fremont, Newark, and Union City. The purpose of this report is to share information with the community that can be used to promote the health of residents.

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Tri-Valley Health Profile, 2005
Published 2005

This report presents a range of indicators to measure health status and to understand factors associated with health outcomes in the Tri-Valley area of Alameda County, including Dublin, Pleasanton, and Livermore. The purpose of this report is to share information with the community that can be used to promote the health of residents.


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