The Division of Public Health provides Guilford County health statistics and special reports to staff, county and city agencies, non-profit organizations, the media and county residents. As new data become available, the Health Surveillance and Analysis Unit compiles these statistics into data briefs and special reports. These briefs provide detailed statistics on leading causes of death, chronic and communicable diseases, maternal and child health and injuries.
Guilford County Data Briefs and Special Reports
2019 Data Briefs
- 2019 Leading Causes of Death Data Brief
- 2019 Maternal and Child Health Data Brief
- 2019 Injury Data Brief
2018 Data Briefs
- 2018 Leading Cause of Death Data Brief
- 2018 Maternal and Child Health Data Brief
- 2018 Injury Data Brief
- 2018 Sexually Transmitted Infection Data Brief
- 2018 Selected Reportable Communicable Diseases Data Brief
- 2018 Tuberculosis Data Brief
- Technical Notes on Public Health Data and links to older data
Guilford County Community Health Assessment
The Division of Public Health conducts the Guilford County Community Health assessment (CHA) of the health of Guilford County residents every three years in collaboration with community partners. The CHA process provides a way to identify pressing health concerns and develop community health improvement plans to address priority health issues.
State of Guilford County’s Health Report (SOTCH)
During the off-years when the more comprehensive CHA is not being conducted, Public Health produces the State of the County’s Health Report (SOTCH), an abridged review of current health data and trends. The SOTCH also provides information on health priorities identified in the most recent Community Health Assessment and highlights recent data and progress made on these pressing health priorities.
Additional Health Data Resources
If you do not see what you are looking for or if you have a particular request for health statistics, contact:
Mark Smith, Ph.D.
Laura Mrosla, MPH, MSW
Latest Data and More Information about Influenza
If you would like to learn more about influenza and how you can keep from getting it or prevent it from spreading, go to http://epi.publichealth.nc.gov/cd/diseases/flu.html. At this site you can learn about what you need to know about flu vaccinations, flu questions and answers, the NC surveillance program, and North Carolina’s pandemic influenza plan.