Risk Factors Map
This map depicts cardiovascular disease, respiratory disease, cancer, diabetes and vulnerable population data at the ZIP code level in Florida.
FloridaHealthFinder.gov Hospital and Emergency Department Query
This query tool, provided by the Agency for Health Care Administration, shows data by hospital and by county for inpatient, outpatient, and emergency department visits.
The tool provides number of visits, average length of stay, total charges and average charges. It also allows data users to filter or sort results by hospital, county, payer, discharge status, diagnosis groups and more.
Florida Vital Statistics Annual Report
This new application makes it easier than ever to access Florida Vital Statistics data. This report includes data on births, deaths, population, and life expectancy.
View CDC's Behavioral Risk Factors Surveillance System
Middle School Health Behavior Survey (MSHBS)
This link takes you to the questions and results from Florida's 2013-2015 MSHBS survey.
Application for Scholars to Request Vital Statistics Data for Research Supporting Public Health
On this page you will find information about requesting access to Florida Vital Statistics data. Each application is judged on its scientific merit, methodology, data security procedures, benefit to the Florida Department of Health (DOH) and the public, and consistency with epidemiologic research goals of Florida Statute 381.0032. Requests for confidential data will only be granted in cases where the project meets the aforementioned criteria and no other practical means of completing the project exists.
500 Cities: Local data for better health
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have mapped 27 chronic disease measures for 33 of the largest cites in Florida. The measures relate to 5 unhealthy behaviors, 13 health outcomes, and 9 prevention practices. The primary data sources for this project are the CDC Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, the Census 2010 population, and the American Community Survey estimates.
Click here to access the map book for Florida.