Data & Statistics
This section is provided for governmental agencies, providers, educational professionals, and the general public.
Here you will find statistics, reports, charts, and information on a variety of subjects related to Albany County, New York.
Albany County Department of Health 2015 Annual Programs & Services Report
The Albany County Department of Health 2015 Annual Program & Services Report highlights the exemplary and dedicated work of the staff, the challenges faced, and the many successes seen throughout the 2015 period.
New York State Prevention Agenda Dashboard - County Level: Albany County
The New York State Prevention Agenda Dashboard is an interactive visual
presentation of the Prevention Agenda tracking indicator data at state and
county levels. It serves as a key source for monitoring progress that
communities around the state have made with regard to meeting the Prevention
Agenda 2017 objectives.
Communicable Disease Reports
These reports contains year-to-date data on reportable communicable diseases among Albany County residents.
2016 Community Health Needs Assessment for Albany County
The 2016 Community Health Needs Assessment is a comprehensive assessment of public health needs of the Capital Region and provides a broad array of health information useful in monitoring community health.
2013 Community Health Assessment and Community Health Improvement Plan for Albany County
The 2013 Community Health Needs Assessment is a comprehensive assessment of public health needs of the Capital Region and identifies priorities for community health improvement.
2014 eBRFSS Health Indicators: Albany County
The New York State Expanded Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System 2013-2014 (2014 eBRFSS) provides local information on key public health issues.
New York State Health Equity Report County Edition - 2016
Report provides information on the health status of racial and ethnic populations.
2016 Capital Regional Health Prioritization Meeting Presentations
Healthy Capital District Initiative provides an examination of health issues for Albany and Rensselaer counties
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the University of Wisconsin’s Population Health Institute have released the seventh annual County Health Rankings. An easy-to-use snapshot, the Rankings reveal the overall health of nearly every county in the nation. The Rankings provide local-level data that allows each county to compare with the other counties in their state on a range of factors that influence health—jobs, education, housing, community safety, diet and exercise, and other areas to ensure that every community is a healthy place to live, learn, work, and play.
Learn more at www.countyhealthrankings.org.