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​Health Statistics and Epidemiology

The Epidemiology Program organizes, analyzes, and distributes health indicator data to staff, city and county agencies, nonprofit agencies, the media and the general public. Commonly requested data includes communicable diseases, tuberculosis (TB), sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), HIV/AIDS, birth and death data, injury data, community health objectives, health behavior survey data and county demographics. 

Featured Reports

Primary Care Access in Mecklenburg County: This report reviews relevant data regarding access to primary care services in Mecklenburg County and highlights evidence-based approaches for increasing the proportion of residents who can access the care they need.

Access to Care Report


2022 Mecklenburg County Community Health Assessment (CHA), Preliminary Findings: The Preliminary Findings report includes an introduction to the CHA process, overview of county-level demographics, and selected health indicator.

This is an on-going project with finalized results to be presented in Spring 2023. 


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Two virtual meetings were held on July 27, 2022 (1:30pm and 7:00pm) to discuss preliminary findings and solicit community input.  In total, over 150 residents registered for these sessions.

2022 CHA Preliminary Findings PowerPoint (Virtual Community Meeting)

CHA Virtual Meeting July 27 (7pm)



Popular Health Topics

Demographics                     Maternal and Child Health


Healthy Behaviors-Adults                     Healthy Behaviors-Youth


 HIV and Other STIs                   Mortality Death Data


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Here is a complete list of our topics:       Data Request Form







 


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Mailing Address:

Mecklenburg County Public Health
249 Billingsley Road
Charlotte, NC 28211

Office Location:


Mecklenburg County Public Health
249 Billingsley Road
Charlotte, NC 28211

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704-336-4700

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