Similar to the county's community health assessment, this report by SutterHealth (Memorial Medical Center) covers similar topics but written for patients with a somewhat narrower range (51 pages vs. the county report's 230 pages).
Provides data and mapping tools for cities, counties, and zip codes. Only selected data is available for Central Valley counties.
Choose Data and Change Geography, and use the pull-down menu (under "states") to change to county, city, or zip code.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is the nation’s premier public health agency.
Look under a specific condition (e.g. diabetes) and look for a data and statistics link. The CDC website has interactive maps and data displays for many different conditions.
A report by the Central Valley Health Policy Institute that assesses the progress that San Joaquin Valley residents have made among 10 leading health indicators and 22 objectives since 2005. Contains an array of county-level data. They also have a 2007 profile and other reports.
A report published in 2004 by the Central California Center for Health and Human Services (CCCHHS) that examines health condition and issues in the San Joaquin Valley. Contains county- and city-level data.