Bustleton

Health Outcomes Rank7/46

Health Factors Rank 7/46

Population31,990

Median Age44.9

Median Household Income$46,754

Health Outcomes

Length of Life

Bustleton

City

Life Expectancy, Men

78.5

72.3

Life Expectancy, Women

80.7

79.3

Quality of Life

Bustleton

City

Poor Physical Health

12.8%

13.7%

Poor Mental Health

11.9%

14.6%

Low Birth Weight

7.67%

10.8%

Adult Asthma

9.5%

10.9%

Hypertension

33.8%

32.9%

High Cholesterol

41.4%

34.6%

Cancer

8.3%

5.6%

Chronic Kidney Disease

2.8%

3.0%

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

7.4%

7.2%

Coronary Heart Disease

8.2%

6.3%

Diabetes

11%

12.2%

Stroke

3.6%

4.0%

Health Factors

Health Behaviors

Tobacco Use

Bustleton

City

Adult Smoking

19.7%

22.2%

Diet & Exercise

Bustleton

City

Adult Obesity

24.9%

30.6%

Residents >1/2 Mile from Supermaket

36.4%

22.3%

Physically Inactive Adults

24.2%

30.6%

Alcohol & Drug Use

Bustleton

City

Binge Drinking

17.6%

17.9%

Drug Overdose Deaths (per 100,000 people)

28.3

44.8

Sexual Activity

Bustleton

City

Teen Births (per 1,000 females 15-19)

6.3

26

Clinical Care

Access to Care

Bustleton

City

Uninsured

8.1%

12.0%

Primary Care Physician Supply (residents per physician)

757.9

1460

Inadequate Prenatal Care

26.2%

30.7%

Recent Routine Medical Checkup, Adults

73.8%

74.9%

Quality of Care

Bustleton

City

Core Preventative Services, Men 65+

34.3%

29.0%

Core Preventative Services, Women 65+

34.0%

28.7%

Mammography Screening

79.0%

79.2%

Hypertension Medication Adherence

83.0%

76.4%

Social & Economic Factors

Education

Bustleton

City

Reading Proficiency (K-2)

66.5%

45%

Completed Some College

56.4%

49.1%

Employment

Bustleton

City

Unemployment

6.3%

12.5%

Income

Bustleton

City

Children in Poverty

10.1%

36.7%

Income Inequality

0.06

-0.06

Family & Social Support

Bustleton

City

Single Parent Households

7.5%

15.8%

Community Safety

Bustleton

City

Violent Crime (per 10,000 people)

14.1

95.7

Injury Deaths (per 100,00 people)

59.9

68.6

Homicides (per 10,000 people)

0.0

1.7

Physical Environment

Housing & Transit

Bustleton

City

Housing Code Violations (per 1,000 housing units)

126.2

164.1

Driving Alone to Work

72.2%

50.8%

Commute ≥ 60 Minutes

31.7%

14.1%

Walk Score™

38.9

79.0

Vacant Buildings

0.2%

2.4%

Center City East

Health Outcomes Rank1/46

Health Factors Rank 2/46

Population29,382

Median Age30.7

Median Household Income$80,975

Health Outcomes

Length of Life

Center City East

City

Life Expectancy, Men

82.0

72.3

Life Expectancy, Women

84.2

79.3

Quality of Life

Center City East

City

Poor Physical Health

7.5%

13.7%

Poor Mental Health

9.8%

14.6%

Low Birth Weight

6.8%

10.8%

Adult Asthma

8.7%

10.9%

Hypertension

23.3%

32.9%

High Cholesterol

31.7%

34.6%

Cancer

4.8%

5.6%

Chronic Kidney Disease

1.7%

3.0%

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

3.5%

7.2%

Coronary Heart Disease

3.8%

6.3%

Diabetes

6.2%

12.2%

Stroke

1.7%

4.0%

Health Factors

Health Behaviors

Tobacco Use

Center City East

City

Adult Smoking

15.6%

22.2%

Diet & Exercise

Center City East

City

Adult Obesity

21.3%

30.6%

Residents >1/2 Mile from Supermaket

0.7%

22.3%

Physically Inactive Adults

15.6%

30.6%

Alcohol & Drug Use

Center City East

City

Binge Drinking

23.8%

17.9%

Drug Overdose Deaths (per 100,000 people)

13.7

44.8

Sexual Activity

Center City East

City

Teen Births (per 1,000 females 15-19)

3.6

26

Clinical Care

Access to Care

Center City East

City

Uninsured

5.8%

12.0%

Primary Care Physician Supply (residents per physician)

312.2

1460

Inadequate Prenatal Care

21.5%

30.7%

Recent Routine Medical Checkup, Adults

68.5%

74.9%

Quality of Care

Center City East

City

Core Preventative Services, Men 65+

36.1%

29.0%

Core Preventative Services, Women 65+

38.0%

28.7%

Mammography Screening

82.6%

79.2%

Hypertension Medication Adherence

72.9%

76.4%

Social & Economic Factors

Education

Center City East

City

Reading Proficiency (K-2)

67.0%

45%

Completed Some College

84.7%

49.1%

Employment

Center City East

City

Unemployment

4.9%

12.5%

Income

Center City East

City

Children in Poverty

10.4%

36.7%

Income Inequality

0.25

-0.06

Family & Social Support

Center City East

City

Single Parent Households

1.5%

15.8%

Community Safety

Center City East

City

Violent Crime (per 10,000 people)

98.4

95.7

Injury Deaths (per 100,00 people)

22.3

68.6

Homicides (per 10,000 people)

0.0

1.7

Physical Environment

Housing & Transit

Center City East

City

Housing Code Violations (per 1,000 housing units)

280.2

164.1

Driving Alone to Work

30.3%

50.8%

Commute ≥ 60 Minutes

13.2%

14.1%

Walk Score™

93.3

79.0

Vacant Buildings

0.7%

2.4%

Center City West

Health Outcomes Rank2/46

Health Factors Rank 1/46

Population31,136

Median Age32.8

Median Household Income$74,961

Health Outcomes

Length of Life

Center City West

City

Life Expectancy, Men

73.8

72.3

Life Expectancy, Women

84.6

79.3

Quality of Life

Center City West

City

Poor Physical Health

6.8%

13.7%

Poor Mental Health

8.5%

14.6%

Low Birth Weight

8.0%

10.8%

Adult Asthma

8.3%

10.9%

Hypertension

24.3%

32.9%

High Cholesterol

32.9%

34.6%

Cancer

5.7%

5.6%

Chronic Kidney Disease

1.8%

3.0%

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

3.3%

7.2%

Coronary Heart Disease

4.2%

6.3%

Diabetes

5.9%

12.2%

Stroke

1.8%

4.0%

Health Factors

Health Behaviors

Tobacco Use

Center City West

City

Adult Smoking

12.7%

22.2%

Diet & Exercise

Center City West

City

Adult Obesity

19.9%

30.6%

Residents >1/2 Mile from Supermaket

0.0%

22.3%

Physically Inactive Adults

13.4%

30.6%

Alcohol & Drug Use

Center City West

City

Binge Drinking

23.6%

17.9%

Drug Overdose Deaths (per 100,000 people)

4.5

44.8

Sexual Activity

Center City West

City

Teen Births (per 1,000 females 15-19)

0.0

26

Clinical Care

Access to Care

Center City West

City

Uninsured

2.4%

12.0%

Primary Care Physician Supply (residents per physician)

456.4

1460

Inadequate Prenatal Care

14.2%

30.7%

Recent Routine Medical Checkup, Adults

69.7%

74.9%

Quality of Care

Center City West

City

Core Preventative Services, Men 65+

37.7%

29.0%

Core Preventative Services, Women 65+

38.3%

28.7%

Mammography Screening

83.0%

79.2%

Hypertension Medication Adherence

75.5%

76.4%

Social & Economic Factors

Education

Center City West

City

Reading Proficiency (K-2)

72.1%

45%

Completed Some College

91.4%

49.1%

Employment

Center City West

City

Unemployment

3.4%

12.5%

Income

Center City West

City

Children in Poverty

4.7%

36.7%

Income Inequality

0.28

-0.06

Family & Social Support

Center City West

City

Single Parent Households

1.1%

15.8%

Community Safety

Center City West

City

Violent Crime (per 10,000 people)

79.3

95.7

Injury Deaths (per 100,00 people)

22.0

68.6

Homicides (per 10,000 people)

0.0

1.7

Physical Environment

Housing & Transit

Center City West

City

Housing Code Violations (per 1,000 housing units)

155.9

164.1

Driving Alone to Work

23.0%

50.8%

Commute ≥ 60 Minutes

12.2%

14.1%

Walk Score™

98.6

79.0

Vacant Buildings

0.3%

2.4%

Chestnut Hill – West Mt. Airy

Health Outcomes Rank8/46

Health Factors Rank 3/46

Population25,197

Median Age43.6

Median Household Income$67,499

Health Outcomes

Length of Life

Chestnut Hill – West Mt. Airy

City

Life Expectancy, Men

77.3

72.3

Life Expectancy, Women

81.1

79.3

Quality of Life

Chestnut Hill – West Mt. Airy

City

Poor Physical Health

9.7%

13.7%

Poor Mental Health

10.0%

14.6%

Low Birth Weight

10.3%

10.8%

Adult Asthma

9.6%

10.9%

Hypertension

34.7%

32.9%

High Cholesterol

38.3%

34.6%

Cancer

7.2%

5.6%

Chronic Kidney Disease

2.7%

3.0%

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

4.9%

7.2%

Coronary Heart Disease

5.9%

6.3%

Diabetes

10.3%

12.2%

Stroke

3.1%

4.0%

Health Factors

Health Behaviors

Tobacco Use

Chestnut Hill – West Mt. Airy

City

Adult Smoking

14.8%

22.2%

Diet & Exercise

Chestnut Hill – West Mt. Airy

City

Adult Obesity

26.7%

30.6%

Residents >1/2 Mile from Supermaket

18.1%

22.3%

Physically Inactive Adults

17.8%

30.6%

Alcohol & Drug Use

Chestnut Hill – West Mt. Airy

City

Binge Drinking

18.7%

17.9%

Drug Overdose Deaths (per 100,000 people)

20.0

44.8

Sexual Activity

Chestnut Hill – West Mt. Airy

City

Teen Births (per 1,000 females 15-19)

1.4

26

Clinical Care

Access to Care

Chestnut Hill – West Mt. Airy

City

Uninsured

6.6%

12.0%

Primary Care Physician Supply (residents per physician)

342.3

1460

Inadequate Prenatal Care

18.5%

30.7%

Recent Routine Medical Checkup, Adults

76.1%

74.9%

Quality of Care

Chestnut Hill – West Mt. Airy

City

Core Preventative Services, Men 65+

33.6%

29.0%

Core Preventative Services, Women 65+

35.3%

28.7%

Mammography Screening

84.0%

79.2%

Hypertension Medication Adherence

82.5%

76.4%

Social & Economic Factors

Education

Chestnut Hill – West Mt. Airy

City

Reading Proficiency (K-2)

61.5%

45%

Completed Some College

79.2%

49.1%

Employment

Chestnut Hill – West Mt. Airy

City

Unemployment

7.2%

12.5%

Income

Chestnut Hill – West Mt. Airy

City

Children in Poverty

3.9%

36.7%

Income Inequality

0.23

-0.06

Family & Social Support

Chestnut Hill – West Mt. Airy

City

Single Parent Households

5.9%

15.8%

Community Safety

Chestnut Hill – West Mt. Airy

City

Violent Crime (per 10,000 people)

23.8

95.7

Injury Deaths (per 100,00 people)

25.5

68.6

Homicides (per 10,000 people)

0.0

1.7

Physical Environment

Housing & Transit

Chestnut Hill – West Mt. Airy

City

Housing Code Violations (per 1,000 housing units)

129.9

164.1

Driving Alone to Work

56.2%

50.8%

Commute ≥ 60 Minutes

23.9%

14.1%

Walk Score™

48.0

79.0

Vacant Buildings

0.7%

2.4%

Cobbs Creek

Health Outcomes Rank37/46

Health Factors Rank 34/46

Population39,503

Median Age34.3

Median Household Income$30,535

Health Outcomes

Length of Life

Cobbs Creek

City

Life Expectancy, Men

64.9

72.3

Life Expectancy, Women

78.6

79.3

Quality of Life

Cobbs Creek

City

Poor Physical Health

17.6%

13.7%

Poor Mental Health

16.5%

14.6%

Low Birth Weight

14.8%

10.8%

Adult Asthma

13.2%

10.9%

Hypertension

46.0%

32.9%

High Cholesterol

38.8%

34.6%

Cancer

6.2%

5.6%

Chronic Kidney Disease

4.0%

3.0%

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

8.7%

7.2%

Coronary Heart Disease

8.3%

6.3%

Diabetes

18.9%

12.2%

Stroke

6.2%

4.0%

Health Factors

Health Behaviors

Tobacco Use

Cobbs Creek

City

Adult Smoking

27.0%

22.2%

Diet & Exercise

Cobbs Creek

City

Adult Obesity

41.6%

30.6%

Residents >1/2 Mile from Supermaket

10.2%

22.3%

Physically Inactive Adults

33.8%

30.6%

Alcohol & Drug Use

Cobbs Creek

City

Binge Drinking

13.7%

17.9%

Drug Overdose Deaths (per 100,000 people)

35.4

44.8

Sexual Activity

Cobbs Creek

City

Teen Births (per 1,000 females 15-19)

26.6

26

Clinical Care

Access to Care

Cobbs Creek

City

Uninsured

13.4%

12.0%

Primary Care Physician Supply (residents per physician)

2510.5

1460

Inadequate Prenatal Care

37.3%

30.7%

Recent Routine Medical Checkup, Adults

78.7%

74.9%

Quality of Care

Cobbs Creek

City

Core Preventative Services, Men 65+

23.2%

29.0%

Core Preventative Services, Women 65+

23.8%

28.7%

Mammography Screening

81.1%

79.2%

Hypertension Medication Adherence

84.2%

76.4%

Social & Economic Factors

Education

Cobbs Creek

City

Reading Proficiency (K-2)

43.9%

45%

Completed Some College

41.8%

49.1%

Employment

Cobbs Creek

City

Unemployment

21.2%

12.5%

Income

Cobbs Creek

City

Children in Poverty

46.5%

36.7%

Income Inequality

-0.19

-0.06

Family & Social Support

Cobbs Creek

City

Single Parent Households

21.9%

15.8%

Community Safety

Cobbs Creek

City

Violent Crime (per 10,000 people)

140.0

95.7

Injury Deaths (per 100,00 people)

47.7

68.6

Homicides (per 10,000 people)

2.3

1.7

Physical Environment

Housing & Transit

Cobbs Creek

City

Housing Code Violations (per 1,000 housing units)

459.7

164.1

Driving Alone to Work

34.0%

50.8%

Commute ≥ 60 Minutes

25.5%

14.1%

Walk Score™

86.5

79.0

Vacant Buildings

3.4%

2.4%

East Falls – Westside

Health Outcomes Rank17/46

Health Factors Rank 13/46

Population19,008

Median Age32.0

Median Household Income$43,670

Health Outcomes

Length of Life

East Falls – Westside

City

Life Expectancy, Men

72.6

72.3

Life Expectancy, Women

79.9

79.3

Quality of Life

East Falls – Westside

City

Poor Physical Health

12.2%

13.7%

Poor Mental Health

14.0%

14.6%

Low Birth Weight

10.4%

10.8%

Adult Asthma

11.4%

10.9%

Hypertension

31.0%

32.9%

High Cholesterol

33.6%

34.6%

Cancer

4.9%

5.6%

Chronic Kidney Disease

2.5%

3.0%

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

5.9%

7.2%

Coronary Heart Disease

5.2%

6.3%

Diabetes

10.9%

12.2%

Stroke

3.3%

4.0%

Health Factors

Health Behaviors

Tobacco Use

East Falls – Westside

City

Adult Smoking

22.7%

22.2%

Diet & Exercise

East Falls – Westside

City

Adult Obesity

31.4%

30.6%

Residents >1/2 Mile from Supermaket

22.9%

22.3%

Physically Inactive Adults

23.6%

30.6%

Alcohol & Drug Use

East Falls – Westside

City

Binge Drinking

20.0%

17.9%

Drug Overdose Deaths (per 100,000 people)

16.3

44.8

Sexual Activity

East Falls – Westside

City

Teen Births (per 1,000 females 15-19)

10.4

26

Clinical Care

Access to Care

East Falls – Westside

City

Uninsured

8.1%

12.0%

Primary Care Physician Supply (residents per physician)

1862.8

1460

Inadequate Prenatal Care

27.9%

30.7%

Recent Routine Medical Checkup, Adults

72.3%

74.9%

Quality of Care

East Falls – Westside

City

Core Preventative Services, Men 65+

28.9%

29.0%

Core Preventative Services, Women 65+

29.8%

28.7%

Mammography Screening

81.4%

79.2%

Hypertension Medication Adherence

78.1%

76.4%

Social & Economic Factors

Education

East Falls – Westside

City

Reading Proficiency (K-2)

53.7%

45%

Completed Some College

64.9%

49.1%

Employment

East Falls – Westside

City

Unemployment

9.3%

12.5%

Income

East Falls – Westside

City

Children in Poverty

37.2%

36.7%

Income Inequality

-0.05

-0.06

Family & Social Support

East Falls – Westside

City

Single Parent Households

8.8%

15.8%

Community Safety

East Falls – Westside

City

Violent Crime (per 10,000 people)

75.2

95.7

Injury Deaths (per 100,00 people)

23.7

68.6

Homicides (per 10,000 people)

1.1

1.7

Physical Environment

Housing & Transit

East Falls – Westside

City

Housing Code Violations (per 1,000 housing units)

268.3

164.1

Driving Alone to Work

56.2%

50.8%

Commute ≥ 60 Minutes

16.3%

14.1%

Walk Score™

67.0

79.0

Vacant Buildings

1.8%

2.4%

East Mt. Airy

Health Outcomes Rank24/46

Health Factors Rank 20/46

Population24,405

Median Age43.9

Median Household Income$40,379

Health Outcomes

Length of Life

East Mt. Airy

City

Life Expectancy, Men

70.2

72.3

Life Expectancy, Women

78.2

79.3

Quality of Life

East Mt. Airy

City

Poor Physical Health

15.3%

13.7%

Poor Mental Health

14.8%

14.6%

Low Birth Weight

11.2%

10.8%

Adult Asthma

12.3%

10.9%

Hypertension

42.6%

32.9%

High Cholesterol

38.2%

34.6%

Cancer

6.4%

5.6%

Chronic Kidney Disease

3.5%

3.0%

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

7.6%

7.2%

Coronary Heart Disease

7.5%

6.3%

Diabetes

16.5%

12.2%

Stroke

5.2%

4.0%

Health Factors

Health Behaviors

Tobacco Use

East Mt. Airy

City

Adult Smoking

23.6%

22.2%

Diet & Exercise

East Mt. Airy

City

Adult Obesity

38.0%

30.6%

Residents >1/2 Mile from Supermaket

35.9%

22.3%

Physically Inactive Adults

28.8%

30.6%

Alcohol & Drug Use

East Mt. Airy

City

Binge Drinking

14.9%

17.9%

Drug Overdose Deaths (per 100,000 people)

16.3

44.8

Sexual Activity

East Mt. Airy

City

Teen Births (per 1,000 females 15-19)

27.5

26

Clinical Care

Access to Care

East Mt. Airy

City

Uninsured

9.2%

12.0%

Primary Care Physician Supply (residents per physician)

1693.8

1460

Inadequate Prenatal Care

39.7%

30.7%

Recent Routine Medical Checkup, Adults

78.2%

74.9%

Quality of Care

East Mt. Airy

City

Core Preventative Services, Men 65+

26.1%

29.0%

Core Preventative Services, Women 65+

27.4%

28.7%

Mammography Screening

82.4%

79.2%

Hypertension Medication Adherence

83.6%

76.4%

Social & Economic Factors

Education

East Mt. Airy

City

Reading Proficiency (K-2)

43.1%

45%

Completed Some College

59.1%

49.1%

Employment

East Mt. Airy

City

Unemployment

12.4%

12.5%

Income

East Mt. Airy

City

Children in Poverty

19.9%

36.7%

Income Inequality

-0.01

-0.06

Family & Social Support

East Mt. Airy

City

Single Parent Households

15.4%

15.8%

Community Safety

East Mt. Airy

City

Violent Crime (per 10,000 people)

74.2

95.7

Injury Deaths (per 100,00 people)

44.0

68.6

Homicides (per 10,000 people)

1.6

1.7

Physical Environment

Housing & Transit

East Mt. Airy

City

Housing Code Violations (per 1,000 housing units)

354.9

164.1

Driving Alone to Work

52.0%

50.8%

Commute ≥ 60 Minutes

26.2%

14.1%

Walk Score™

69.1

79.0

Vacant Buildings

2.9%

2.4%

Eastwick – Elmwood

Health Outcomes Rank28/46

Health Factors Rank 28/46

Population30,125

Median Age35.8

Median Household Income$33,894

Health Outcomes

Length of Life

Eastwick – Elmwood

City

Life Expectancy, Men

70.7

72.3

Life Expectancy, Women

77.0

79.3

Quality of Life

Eastwick – Elmwood

City

Poor Physical Health

15.9%

13.7%

Poor Mental Health

16.9%

14.6%

Low Birth Weight

11.9%

10.8%

Adult Asthma

12.8%

10.9%

Hypertension

37.3%

32.9%

High Cholesterol

35.5%

34.6%

Cancer

5.0%

5.6%

Chronic Kidney Disease

3.0%

3.0%

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

7.6%

7.2%

Coronary Heart Disease

6.3%

6.3%

Diabetes

14.2%

12.2%

Stroke

4.2%

4.0%

Health Factors

Health Behaviors

Tobacco Use

Eastwick – Elmwood

City

Adult Smoking

28.8%

22.2%

Diet & Exercise

Eastwick – Elmwood

City

Adult Obesity

38.4%

30.6%

Residents >1/2 Mile from Supermaket

11.6%

22.3%

Physically Inactive Adults

31.3%

30.6%

Alcohol & Drug Use

Eastwick – Elmwood

City

Binge Drinking

15.8%

17.9%

Drug Overdose Deaths (per 100,000 people)

22.1

44.8

Sexual Activity

Eastwick – Elmwood

City

Teen Births (per 1,000 females 15-19)

29.2

26

Clinical Care

Access to Care

Eastwick – Elmwood

City

Uninsured

12.5%

12.0%

Primary Care Physician Supply (residents per physician)

2144.7

1460

Inadequate Prenatal Care

42.7%

30.7%

Recent Routine Medical Checkup, Adults

75.0%

74.9%

Quality of Care

Eastwick – Elmwood

City

Core Preventative Services, Men 65+

26.2%

29.0%

Core Preventative Services, Women 65+

26.9%

28.7%

Mammography Screening

80.2%

79.2%

Hypertension Medication Adherence

79.3%

76.4%

Social & Economic Factors

Education

Eastwick – Elmwood

City

Reading Proficiency (K-2)

40.3%

45%

Completed Some College

44.5%

49.1%

Employment

Eastwick – Elmwood

City

Unemployment

14.1%

12.5%

Income

Eastwick – Elmwood

City

Children in Poverty

38.9%

36.7%

Income Inequality

-0.16

-0.06

Family & Social Support

Eastwick – Elmwood

City

Single Parent Households

19.3%

15.8%

Community Safety

Eastwick – Elmwood

City

Violent Crime (per 10,000 people)

90.3

95.7

Injury Deaths (per 100,00 people)

42.7

68.6

Homicides (per 10,000 people)

2.3

1.7

Physical Environment

Housing & Transit

Eastwick – Elmwood

City

Housing Code Violations (per 1,000 housing units)

252.7

164.1

Driving Alone to Work

51.2%

50.8%

Commute ≥ 60 Minutes

23.7%

14.1%

Walk Score™

53.3

79.0

Vacant Buildings

2.1%

2.4%

Fairmount – Spring Garden

Health Outcomes Rank9/46

Health Factors Rank 4/46

Population24,379

Median Age31.8

Median Household Income$74,442

Health Outcomes

Length of Life

Fairmount – Spring Garden

City

Life Expectancy, Men

75.6

72.3

Life Expectancy, Women

80.5

79.3

Quality of Life

Fairmount – Spring Garden

City

Poor Physical Health

7.9%

13.7%

Poor Mental Health

10.2%

14.6%

Low Birth Weight

11.2%

10.8%

Adult Asthma

9.1%

10.9%

Hypertension

24.2%

32.9%

High Cholesterol

31.7%

34.6%

Cancer

5.2%

5.6%

Chronic Kidney Disease

1.8%

3.0%

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

3.7%

7.2%

Coronary Heart Disease

4.0%

6.3%

Diabetes

6.4%

12.2%

Stroke

1.9%

4.0%

Health Factors

Health Behaviors

Tobacco Use

Fairmount – Spring Garden

City

Adult Smoking

16.2%

22.2%

Diet & Exercise

Fairmount – Spring Garden

City

Adult Obesity

23.0%

30.6%

Residents >1/2 Mile from Supermaket

9.5%

22.3%

Physically Inactive Adults

15.7%

30.6%

Alcohol & Drug Use

Fairmount – Spring Garden

City

Binge Drinking

23.9%

17.9%

Drug Overdose Deaths (per 100,000 people)

20.4

44.8

Sexual Activity

Fairmount – Spring Garden

City

Teen Births (per 1,000 females 15-19)

15.6

26

Clinical Care

Access to Care

Fairmount – Spring Garden

City

Uninsured

5.4%

12.0%

Primary Care Physician Supply (residents per physician)

1180.5

1460

Inadequate Prenatal Care

17.2%

30.7%

Recent Routine Medical Checkup, Adults

69.3%

74.9%

Quality of Care

Fairmount – Spring Garden

City

Core Preventative Services, Men 65+

36.6%

29.0%

Core Preventative Services, Women 65+

36.8%

28.7%

Mammography Screening

82.9%

79.2%

Hypertension Medication Adherence

74.0%

76.4%

Social & Economic Factors

Education

Fairmount – Spring Garden

City

Reading Proficiency (K-2)

44.0%

45%

Completed Some College

82.4%

49.1%

Employment

Fairmount – Spring Garden

City

Unemployment

4.8%

12.5%

Income

Fairmount – Spring Garden

City

Children in Poverty

22.2%

36.7%

Income Inequality

0.25

-0.06

Family & Social Support

Fairmount – Spring Garden

City

Single Parent Households

5.1%

15.8%

Community Safety

Fairmount – Spring Garden

City

Violent Crime (per 10,000 people)

44.3

95.7

Injury Deaths (per 100,00 people)

41.8

68.6

Homicides (per 10,000 people)

0.8

1.7

Physical Environment

Housing & Transit

Fairmount – Spring Garden

City

Housing Code Violations (per 1,000 housing units)

187.3

164.1

Driving Alone to Work

41.4%

50.8%

Commute ≥ 60 Minutes

16.8%

14.1%

Walk Score™

93.6

79.0

Vacant Buildings

0.7%

2.4%

Frankford

Health Outcomes Rank42/46

Health Factors Rank 43/46

Population33,351

Median Age30.8

Median Household Income$28,517

Health Outcomes

Length of Life

Frankford

City

Life Expectancy, Men

66.4

72.3

Life Expectancy, Women

73.7

79.3

Quality of Life

Frankford

City

Poor Physical Health

18.2%

13.7%

Poor Mental Health

19.3%

14.6%

Low Birth Weight

14.4%

10.8%

Adult Asthma

13.0%

10.9%

Hypertension

33.0%

32.9%

High Cholesterol

35.7%

34.6%

Cancer

4.5%

5.6%

Chronic Kidney Disease

2.9%

3.0%

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

8.6%

7.2%

Coronary Heart Disease

6.5%

6.3%

Diabetes

13.4%

12.2%

Stroke

4.0%

4.0%

Health Factors

Health Behaviors

Tobacco Use

Frankford

City

Adult Smoking

32.1%

22.2%

Diet & Exercise

Frankford

City

Adult Obesity

38.6%

30.6%

Residents >1/2 Mile from Supermaket

23.5%

22.3%

Physically Inactive Adults

34.3%

30.6%

Alcohol & Drug Use

Frankford

City

Binge Drinking

17.1%

17.9%

Drug Overdose Deaths (per 100,000 people)

71.2

44.8

Sexual Activity

Frankford

City

Teen Births (per 1,000 females 15-19)

39.7

26

Clinical Care

Access to Care

Frankford

City

Uninsured

15.1%

12.0%

Primary Care Physician Supply (residents per physician)

2575.8

1460

Inadequate Prenatal Care

33.8%

30.7%

Recent Routine Medical Checkup, Adults

69.7%

74.9%

Quality of Care

Frankford

City

Core Preventative Services, Men 65+

25.9%

29.0%

Core Preventative Services, Women 65+

23.9%

28.7%

Mammography Screening

75.5%

79.2%

Hypertension Medication Adherence

76.7%

76.4%

Social & Economic Factors

Education

Frankford

City

Reading Proficiency (K-2)

51.8%

45%

Completed Some College

34.2%

49.1%

Employment

Frankford

City

Unemployment

21.1%

12.5%

Income

Frankford

City

Children in Poverty

54.6%

36.7%

Income Inequality

-0.19

-0.06

Family & Social Support

Frankford

City

Single Parent Households

29.3%

15.8%

Community Safety

Frankford

City

Violent Crime (per 10,000 people)

170.9

95.7

Injury Deaths (per 100,00 people)

100.1

68.6

Homicides (per 10,000 people)

3.3

1.7

Physical Environment

Housing & Transit

Frankford

City

Housing Code Violations (per 1,000 housing units)

845.4

164.1

Driving Alone to Work

49.3%

50.8%

Commute ≥ 60 Minutes

27.8%

14.1%

Walk Score™

82.0

79.0

Vacant Buildings

3.2%

2.4%

Germantown

Health Outcomes Rank36/46

Health Factors Rank 36/46

Population24,938

Median Age34.4

Median Household Income$21,508

Health Outcomes

Length of Life

Germantown

City

Life Expectancy, Men

68.4

72.3

Life Expectancy, Women

75.4

79.3

Quality of Life

Germantown

City

Poor Physical Health

17.9%

13.7%

Poor Mental Health

17.3%

14.6%

Low Birth Weight

14.0%

10.8%

Adult Asthma

13.4%

10.9%

Hypertension

43.6%

32.9%

High Cholesterol

38.5%

34.6%

Cancer

5.8%

5.6%

Chronic Kidney Disease

3.7%

3.0%

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

8.9%

7.2%

Coronary Heart Disease

7.9%

6.3%

Diabetes

17.7%

12.2%

Stroke

5.7%

4.0%

Health Factors

Health Behaviors

Tobacco Use

Germantown

City

Adult Smoking

28.5%

22.2%

Diet & Exercise

Germantown

City

Adult Obesity

41.1%

30.6%

Residents >1/2 Mile from Supermaket

38.7%

22.3%

Physically Inactive Adults

33.4%

30.6%

Alcohol & Drug Use

Germantown

City

Binge Drinking

14.4%

17.9%

Drug Overdose Deaths (per 100,000 people)

47.9

44.8

Sexual Activity

Germantown

City

Teen Births (per 1,000 females 15-19)

28.7

26

Clinical Care

Access to Care

Germantown

City

Uninsured

10.4%

12.0%

Primary Care Physician Supply (residents per physician)

1002.2

1460

Inadequate Prenatal Care

38.4%

30.7%

Recent Routine Medical Checkup, Adults

76.9%

74.9%

Quality of Care

Germantown

City

Core Preventative Services, Men 65+

23.9%

29.0%

Core Preventative Services, Women 65+

23.9%

28.7%

Mammography Screening

80.1%

79.2%

Hypertension Medication Adherence

82.9%

76.4%

Social & Economic Factors

Education

Germantown

City

Reading Proficiency (K-2)

34.9%

45%

Completed Some College

44.6%

49.1%

Employment

Germantown

City

Unemployment

17.4%

12.5%

Income

Germantown

City

Children in Poverty

44.0%

36.7%

Income Inequality

-0.24

-0.06

Family & Social Support

Germantown

City

Single Parent Households

21.5%

15.8%

Community Safety

Germantown

City

Violent Crime (per 10,000 people)

165.5

95.7

Injury Deaths (per 100,00 people)

87.9

68.6

Homicides (per 10,000 people)

3.2

1.7

Physical Environment

Housing & Transit

Germantown

City

Housing Code Violations (per 1,000 housing units)

647.3

164.1

Driving Alone to Work

47.6%

50.8%

Commute ≥ 60 Minutes

33.7%

14.1%

Walk Score™

82.6

79.0

Vacant Buildings

3.9%

2.4%

Grays Ferry – Passyunk

Health Outcomes Rank22/46

Health Factors Rank 23/46

Population23,087

Median Age38.7

Median Household Income$35,052

Health Outcomes

Length of Life

Grays Ferry – Passyunk

City

Life Expectancy, Men

71.2

72.3

Life Expectancy, Women

78.5

79.3

Quality of Life

Grays Ferry – Passyunk

City

Poor Physical Health

16.2%

13.7%

Poor Mental Health

16.1%

14.6%

Low Birth Weight

8.9%

10.8%

Adult Asthma

11.8%

10.9%

Hypertension

35.7%

32.9%

High Cholesterol

39.0%

34.6%

Cancer

6.5%

5.6%

Chronic Kidney Disease

3.0%

3.0%

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

8.7%

7.2%

Coronary Heart Disease

7.7%

6.3%

Diabetes

13.1%

12.2%

Stroke

4.4%

4.0%

Health Factors

Health Behaviors

Tobacco Use

Grays Ferry – Passyunk

City

Adult Smoking

27.1%

22.2%

Diet & Exercise

Grays Ferry – Passyunk

City

Adult Obesity

32.7%

30.6%

Residents >1/2 Mile from Supermaket

13.4%

22.3%

Physically Inactive Adults

30.0%

30.6%

Alcohol & Drug Use

Grays Ferry – Passyunk

City

Binge Drinking

17.2%

17.9%

Drug Overdose Deaths (per 100,000 people)

43.8

44.8

Sexual Activity

Grays Ferry – Passyunk

City

Teen Births (per 1,000 females 15-19)

27.2

26

Clinical Care

Access to Care

Grays Ferry – Passyunk

City

Uninsured

9.3%

12.0%

Primary Care Physician Supply (residents per physician)

1894.8

1460

Inadequate Prenatal Care

22.1%

30.7%

Recent Routine Medical Checkup, Adults

72.6%

74.9%

Quality of Care

Grays Ferry – Passyunk

City

Core Preventative Services, Men 65+

31.1%

29.0%

Core Preventative Services, Women 65+

29.9%

28.7%

Mammography Screening

77.8%

79.2%

Hypertension Medication Adherence

81.0%

76.4%

Social & Economic Factors

Education

Grays Ferry – Passyunk

City

Reading Proficiency (K-2)

51.0%

45%

Completed Some College

43.4%

49.1%

Employment

Grays Ferry – Passyunk

City

Unemployment

14.2%

12.5%

Income

Grays Ferry – Passyunk

City

Children in Poverty

36.4%

36.7%

Income Inequality

-0.03

-0.06

Family & Social Support

Grays Ferry – Passyunk

City

Single Parent Households

14.5%

15.8%

Community Safety

Grays Ferry – Passyunk

City

Violent Crime (per 10,000 people)

94.0

95.7

Injury Deaths (per 100,00 people)

58.7

68.6

Homicides (per 10,000 people)

1.7

1.7

Physical Environment

Housing & Transit

Grays Ferry – Passyunk

City

Housing Code Violations (per 1,000 housing units)

446.5

164.1

Driving Alone to Work

50.0%

50.8%

Commute ≥ 60 Minutes

14.7%

14.1%

Walk Score™

62.2

79.0

Vacant Buildings

2.2%

2.4%

Haddington – Overbrook

Health Outcomes Rank38/46

Health Factors Rank 31/46

Population49,972

Median Age34.6

Median Household Income$29,291

Health Outcomes

Length of Life

Haddington – Overbrook

City

Life Expectancy, Men

67.9

72.3

Life Expectancy, Women

76.7

79.3

Quality of Life

Haddington – Overbrook

City

Poor Physical Health

18.5%

13.7%

Poor Mental Health

17.9%

14.6%

Low Birth Weight

15.9%

10.8%

Adult Asthma

13.9%

10.9%

Hypertension

44.6%

32.9%

High Cholesterol

38.0%

34.6%

Cancer

5.7%

5.6%

Chronic Kidney Disease

3.8%

3.0%

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

9.1%

7.2%

Coronary Heart Disease

7.9%

6.3%

Diabetes

18.4%

12.2%

Stroke

6.0%

4.0%

Health Factors

Health Behaviors

Tobacco Use

Haddington – Overbrook

City

Adult Smoking

29.1%

22.2%

Diet & Exercise

Haddington – Overbrook

City

Adult Obesity

42.8%

30.6%

Residents >1/2 Mile from Supermaket

5.1%

22.3%

Physically Inactive Adults

34.6%

30.6%

Alcohol & Drug Use

Haddington – Overbrook

City

Binge Drinking

13.8%

17.9%

Drug Overdose Deaths (per 100,000 people)

41.0

44.8

Sexual Activity

Haddington – Overbrook

City

Teen Births (per 1,000 females 15-19)

20.4

26

Clinical Care

Access to Care

Haddington – Overbrook

City

Uninsured

13.9%

12.0%

Primary Care Physician Supply (residents per physician)

3611.3

1460

Inadequate Prenatal Care

34.6%

30.7%

Recent Routine Medical Checkup, Adults

77.6%

74.9%

Quality of Care

Haddington – Overbrook

City

Core Preventative Services, Men 65+

22.9%

29.0%

Core Preventative Services, Women 65+

22.6%

28.7%

Mammography Screening

80.2%

79.2%

Hypertension Medication Adherence

82.9%

76.4%

Social & Economic Factors

Education

Haddington – Overbrook

City

Reading Proficiency (K-2)

47.7%

45%

Completed Some College

48.1%

49.1%

Employment

Haddington – Overbrook

City

Unemployment

13.3%

12.5%

Income

Haddington – Overbrook

City

Children in Poverty

42.9%

36.7%

Income Inequality

-0.19

-0.06

Family & Social Support

Haddington – Overbrook

City

Single Parent Households

23.1%

15.8%

Community Safety

Haddington – Overbrook

City

Violent Crime (per 10,000 people)

124.7

95.7

Injury Deaths (per 100,00 people)

58.5

68.6

Homicides (per 10,000 people)

2.8

1.7

Physical Environment

Housing & Transit

Haddington – Overbrook

City

Housing Code Violations (per 1,000 housing units)

505.1

164.1

Driving Alone to Work

43.4%

50.8%

Commute ≥ 60 Minutes

26.1%

14.1%

Walk Score™

86.6

79.0

Vacant Buildings

4.2%

2.4%

Hunting Park – Fairhill

Health Outcomes Rank34/46

Health Factors Rank 45/46

Population53,206

Median Age29.3

Median Household Income$18,955

Health Outcomes

Length of Life

Hunting Park – Fairhill

City

Life Expectancy, Men

68.1

72.3

Life Expectancy, Women

76.5

79.3

Quality of Life

Hunting Park – Fairhill

City

Poor Physical Health

23.3%

13.7%

Poor Mental Health

21.4%

14.6%

Low Birth Weight

10.8%

10.8%

Adult Asthma

12.6%

10.9%

Hypertension

34.3%

32.9%

High Cholesterol

39.2%

34.6%

Cancer

3.8%

5.6%

Chronic Kidney Disease

3.7%

3.0%

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

8.9%

7.2%

Coronary Heart Disease

7.5%

6.3%

Diabetes

17.9%

12.2%

Stroke

4.5%

4.0%

Health Factors

Health Behaviors

Tobacco Use

Hunting Park – Fairhill

City

Adult Smoking

32.2%

22.2%

Diet & Exercise

Hunting Park – Fairhill

City

Adult Obesity

42.8%

30.6%

Residents >1/2 Mile from Supermaket

4.1%

22.3%

Physically Inactive Adults

42.8%

30.6%

Alcohol & Drug Use

Hunting Park – Fairhill

City

Binge Drinking

15.3%

17.9%

Drug Overdose Deaths (per 100,000 people)

52.8

44.8

Sexual Activity

Hunting Park – Fairhill

City

Teen Births (per 1,000 females 15-19)

51.2

26

Clinical Care

Access to Care

Hunting Park – Fairhill

City

Uninsured

15.1%

12.0%

Primary Care Physician Supply (residents per physician)

1127.8

1460

Inadequate Prenatal Care

30.9%

30.7%

Recent Routine Medical Checkup, Adults

66.0%

74.9%

Quality of Care

Hunting Park – Fairhill

City

Core Preventative Services, Men 65+

20.7%

29.0%

Core Preventative Services, Women 65+

17.7%

28.7%

Mammography Screening

72.0%

79.2%

Hypertension Medication Adherence

77.1%

76.4%

Social & Economic Factors

Education

Hunting Park – Fairhill

City

Reading Proficiency (K-2)

37.5%

45%

Completed Some College

22.6%

49.1%

Employment

Hunting Park – Fairhill

City

Unemployment

25.3%

12.5%

Income

Hunting Park – Fairhill

City

Children in Poverty

67.1%

36.7%

Income Inequality

-0.37

-0.06

Family & Social Support

Hunting Park – Fairhill

City

Single Parent Households

31.1%

15.8%

Community Safety

Hunting Park – Fairhill

City

Violent Crime (per 10,000 people)

166.7

95.7

Injury Deaths (per 100,00 people)

85.5

68.6

Homicides (per 10,000 people)

7.3

1.7

Physical Environment

Housing & Transit

Hunting Park – Fairhill

City

Housing Code Violations (per 1,000 housing units)

619.4

164.1

Driving Alone to Work

45.7%

50.8%

Commute ≥ 60 Minutes

27.3%

14.1%

Walk Score™

70.8

79.0

Vacant Buildings

3.7%

2.4%

Juniata Park – Harrowgate

Health Outcomes Rank32/46

Health Factors Rank 44/46

Population37,989

Median Age25.6

Median Household Income$27,461

Health Outcomes

Length of Life

Juniata Park – Harrowgate

City

Life Expectancy, Men

69.3

72.3

Life Expectancy, Women

75.1

79.3

Quality of Life

Juniata Park – Harrowgate

City

Poor Physical Health

19.7%

13.7%

Poor Mental Health

19.8%

14.6%

Low Birth Weight

9.8%

10.8%

Adult Asthma

12.1%

10.9%

Hypertension

29.8%

32.9%

High Cholesterol

36.7%

34.6%

Cancer

4.1%

5.6%

Chronic Kidney Disease

3.0%

3.0%

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

8.4%

7.2%

Coronary Heart Disease

6.5%

6.3%

Diabetes

13.5%

12.2%

Stroke

3.6%

4.0%

Health Factors

Health Behaviors

Tobacco Use

Juniata Park – Harrowgate

City

Adult Smoking

31.5%

22.2%

Diet & Exercise

Juniata Park – Harrowgate

City

Adult Obesity

37.5%

30.6%

Residents >1/2 Mile from Supermaket

11.0%

22.3%

Physically Inactive Adults

37.6%

30.6%

Alcohol & Drug Use

Juniata Park – Harrowgate

City

Binge Drinking

17.0%

17.9%

Drug Overdose Deaths (per 100,000 people)

60.6

44.8

Sexual Activity

Juniata Park – Harrowgate

City

Teen Births (per 1,000 females 15-19)

35.7

26

Clinical Care

Access to Care

Juniata Park – Harrowgate

City

Uninsured

12.7%

12.0%

Primary Care Physician Supply (residents per physician)

1260.2

1460

Inadequate Prenatal Care

30.7%

30.7%

Recent Routine Medical Checkup, Adults

65.5%

74.9%

Quality of Care

Juniata Park – Harrowgate

City

Core Preventative Services, Men 65+

25.0%

29.0%

Core Preventative Services, Women 65+

22.5%

28.7%

Mammography Screening

72.3%

79.2%

Hypertension Medication Adherence

74.9%

76.4%

Social & Economic Factors

Education

Juniata Park – Harrowgate

City

Reading Proficiency (K-2)

40.5%

45%

Completed Some College

21.6%

49.1%

Employment

Juniata Park – Harrowgate

City

Unemployment

21.3%

12.5%

Income

Juniata Park – Harrowgate

City

Children in Poverty

54.8%

36.7%

Income Inequality

-0.22

-0.06

Family & Social Support

Juniata Park – Harrowgate

City

Single Parent Households

35.2%

15.8%

Community Safety

Juniata Park – Harrowgate

City

Violent Crime (per 10,000 people)

134.0

95.7

Injury Deaths (per 100,00 people)

81.2

68.6

Homicides (per 10,000 people)

2.1

1.7

Physical Environment

Housing & Transit

Juniata Park – Harrowgate

City

Housing Code Violations (per 1,000 housing units)

568.3

164.1

Driving Alone to Work

54.8%

50.8%

Commute ≥ 60 Minutes

25.4%

14.1%

Walk Score™

85.4

79.0

Vacant Buildings

3.2%

2.4%

Lawndale – Crescentville

Health Outcomes Rank31/46

Health Factors Rank 32/46

Population43,303

Median Age29.8

Median Household Income$37,775

Health Outcomes

Length of Life

Lawndale – Crescentville

City

Life Expectancy, Men

71.2

72.3

Life Expectancy, Women

75.2

79.3

Quality of Life

Lawndale – Crescentville

City

Poor Physical Health

15.6%

13.7%

Poor Mental Health

16.5%

14.6%

Low Birth Weight

12.6%

10.8%

Adult Asthma

11.7%

10.9%

Hypertension

31.8%

32.9%

High Cholesterol

35.6%

34.6%

Cancer

5.0%

5.6%

Chronic Kidney Disease

2.7%

3.0%

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

7.2%

7.2%

Coronary Heart Disease

6.1%

6.3%

Diabetes

12.2%

12.2%

Stroke

3.5%

4.0%

Health Factors

Health Behaviors

Tobacco Use

Lawndale – Crescentville

City

Adult Smoking

27.5%

22.2%

Diet & Exercise

Lawndale – Crescentville

City

Adult Obesity

34.4%

30.6%

Residents >1/2 Mile from Supermaket

14.5%

22.3%

Physically Inactive Adults

31.2%

30.6%

Alcohol & Drug Use

Lawndale – Crescentville

City

Binge Drinking

17.3%

17.9%

Drug Overdose Deaths (per 100,000 people)

31.4

44.8

Sexual Activity

Lawndale – Crescentville

City

Teen Births (per 1,000 females 15-19)

21.9

26

Clinical Care

Access to Care

Lawndale – Crescentville

City

Uninsured

17.2%

12.0%

Primary Care Physician Supply (residents per physician)

3084.1

1460

Inadequate Prenatal Care

33.2%

30.7%

Recent Routine Medical Checkup, Adults

70.9%

74.9%

Quality of Care

Lawndale – Crescentville

City

Core Preventative Services, Men 65+

28.9%

29.0%

Core Preventative Services, Women 65+

27.2%

28.7%

Mammography Screening

77.5%

79.2%

Hypertension Medication Adherence

77.1%

76.4%

Social & Economic Factors

Education

Lawndale – Crescentville

City

Reading Proficiency (K-2)

57.1%

45%

Completed Some College

39.9%

49.1%

Employment

Lawndale – Crescentville

City

Unemployment

16.9%

12.5%

Income

Lawndale – Crescentville

City

Children in Poverty

40.6%

36.7%

Income Inequality

-0.11

-0.06

Family & Social Support

Lawndale – Crescentville

City

Single Parent Households

25.7%

15.8%

Community Safety

Lawndale – Crescentville

City

Violent Crime (per 10,000 people)

65.8

95.7

Injury Deaths (per 100,00 people)

63.1

68.6

Homicides (per 10,000 people)

0.9

1.7

Physical Environment

Housing & Transit

Lawndale – Crescentville

City

Housing Code Violations (per 1,000 housing units)

503.3

164.1

Driving Alone to Work

57.8%

50.8%

Commute ≥ 60 Minutes

27.5%

14.1%

Walk Score™

65.2

79.0

Vacant Buildings

0.8%

2.4%

Logan

Health Outcomes Rank35/46

Health Factors Rank 38/46

Population25,264

Median Age31.7

Median Household Income$26,906

Health Outcomes

Length of Life

Logan

City

Life Expectancy, Men

68.8

72.3

Life Expectancy, Women

76.0

79.3

Quality of Life

Logan

City

Poor Physical Health

19.0%

13.7%

Poor Mental Health

18.5%

14.6%

Low Birth Weight

14.1%

10.8%

Adult Asthma

13.8%

10.9%

Hypertension

43.3%

32.9%

High Cholesterol

38.4%

34.6%

Cancer

5.1%

5.6%

Chronic Kidney Disease

3.7%

3.0%

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

9.1%

7.2%

Coronary Heart Disease

7.6%

6.3%

Diabetes

18.4%

12.2%

Stroke

5.7%

4.0%

Health Factors

Health Behaviors

Tobacco Use

Logan

City

Adult Smoking

30.6%

22.2%

Diet & Exercise

Logan

City

Adult Obesity

42.5%

30.6%

Residents >1/2 Mile from Supermaket

47.2%

22.3%

Physically Inactive Adults

36.1%

30.6%

Alcohol & Drug Use

Logan

City

Binge Drinking

13.9%

17.9%

Drug Overdose Deaths (per 100,000 people)

29.4

44.8

Sexual Activity

Logan

City

Teen Births (per 1,000 females 15-19)

26.2

26

Clinical Care

Access to Care

Logan

City

Uninsured

12.6%

12.0%

Primary Care Physician Supply (residents per physician)

424.3

1460

Inadequate Prenatal Care

38.3%

30.7%

Recent Routine Medical Checkup, Adults

76.1%

74.9%

Quality of Care

Logan

City

Core Preventative Services, Men 65+

22.1%

29.0%

Core Preventative Services, Women 65+

22.8%

28.7%

Mammography Screening

79.7%

79.2%

Hypertension Medication Adherence

82.3%

76.4%

Social & Economic Factors

Education

Logan

City

Reading Proficiency (K-2)

46.2%

45%

Completed Some College

39.7%

49.1%

Employment

Logan

City

Unemployment

22.2%

12.5%

Income

Logan

City

Children in Poverty

48.7%

36.7%

Income Inequality

-0.17

-0.06

Family & Social Support

Logan

City

Single Parent Households

30.5%

15.8%

Community Safety

Logan

City

Violent Crime (per 10,000 people)

125.1

95.7

Injury Deaths (per 100,00 people)

36.4

68.6

Homicides (per 10,000 people)

3.2

1.7

Physical Environment

Housing & Transit

Logan

City

Housing Code Violations (per 1,000 housing units)

604.3

164.1

Driving Alone to Work

52.1%

50.8%

Commute ≥ 60 Minutes

27.0%

14.1%

Walk Score™

85.7

79.0

Vacant Buildings

4.1%

2.4%

Lower Kensington

Health Outcomes Rank14/46

Health Factors Rank 19/46

Population20,577

Median Age33.2

Median Household Income$52,576

Health Outcomes

Length of Life

Lower Kensington

City

Life Expectancy, Men

70.3

72.3

Life Expectancy, Women

80.3

79.3

Quality of Life

Lower Kensington

City

Poor Physical Health

13.1%

13.7%

Poor Mental Health

15.0%

14.6%

Low Birth Weight

5.5%

10.8%

Adult Asthma

10.6%

10.9%

Hypertension

26.2%

32.9%

High Cholesterol

35.4%

34.6%

Cancer

5.1%

5.6%

Chronic Kidney Disease

2.2%

3.0%

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

6.7%

7.2%

Coronary Heart Disease

5.5%

6.3%

Diabetes

8.6%

12.2%

Stroke

2.6%

4.0%

Health Factors

Health Behaviors

Tobacco Use

Lower Kensington

City

Adult Smoking

26.2%

22.2%

Diet & Exercise

Lower Kensington

City

Adult Obesity

28.1%

30.6%

Residents >1/2 Mile from Supermaket

9.0%

22.3%

Physically Inactive Adults

24.2%

30.6%

Alcohol & Drug Use

Lower Kensington

City

Binge Drinking

22.3%

17.9%

Drug Overdose Deaths (per 100,000 people)

73.3

44.8

Sexual Activity

Lower Kensington

City

Teen Births (per 1,000 females 15-19)

14.1

26

Clinical Care

Access to Care

Lower Kensington

City

Uninsured

11.6%

12.0%

Primary Care Physician Supply (residents per physician)

2122.5

1460

Inadequate Prenatal Care

17.4%

30.7%

Recent Routine Medical Checkup, Adults

66.2%

74.9%

Quality of Care

Lower Kensington

City

Core Preventative Services, Men 65+

31.8%

29.0%

Core Preventative Services, Women 65+

32.0%

28.7%

Mammography Screening

76.7%

79.2%

Hypertension Medication Adherence

74.6%

76.4%

Social & Economic Factors

Education

Lower Kensington

City

Reading Proficiency (K-2)

53.4%

45%

Completed Some College

54.5%

49.1%

Employment

Lower Kensington

City

Unemployment

12.5%

12.5%

Income

Lower Kensington

City

Children in Poverty

24.4%

36.7%

Income Inequality

0.08

-0.06

Family & Social Support

Lower Kensington

City

Single Parent Households

7.4%

15.8%

Community Safety

Lower Kensington

City

Violent Crime (per 10,000 people)

52.5

95.7

Injury Deaths (per 100,00 people)

96.0

68.6

Homicides (per 10,000 people)

1.0

1.7

Physical Environment

Housing & Transit

Lower Kensington

City

Housing Code Violations (per 1,000 housing units)

595.3

164.1

Driving Alone to Work

48.8%

50.8%

Commute ≥ 60 Minutes

16.5%

14.1%

Walk Score™

88.8

79.0

Vacant Buildings

1.2%

2.4%

Mayfair – Holmesburg

Health Outcomes Rank19/46

Health Factors Rank 24/46

Population52,369

Median Age34.6

Median Household Income$40,294

Health Outcomes

Length of Life

Mayfair – Holmesburg

City

Life Expectancy, Men

71.1

72.3

Life Expectancy, Women

80.3

79.3

Quality of Life

Mayfair – Holmesburg

City

Poor Physical Health

13.6%

13.7%

Poor Mental Health

14.4%

14.6%

Low Birth Weight

10.2%

10.8%

Adult Asthma

10.4%

10.9%

Hypertension

29.3%

32.9%

High Cholesterol

37.1%

34.6%

Cancer

6.4%

5.6%

Chronic Kidney Disease

2.5%

3.0%

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

7.3%

7.2%

Coronary Heart Disease

6.7%

6.3%

Diabetes

9.9%

12.2%

Stroke

3.2%

4.0%

Health Factors

Health Behaviors

Tobacco Use

Mayfair – Holmesburg

City

Adult Smoking

25.2%

22.2%

Diet & Exercise

Mayfair – Holmesburg

City

Adult Obesity

28.7%

30.6%

Residents >1/2 Mile from Supermaket

55.2%

22.3%

Physically Inactive Adults

26.0%

30.6%

Alcohol & Drug Use

Mayfair – Holmesburg

City

Binge Drinking

20.2%

17.9%

Drug Overdose Deaths (per 100,000 people)

75.8

44.8

Sexual Activity

Mayfair – Holmesburg

City

Teen Births (per 1,000 females 15-19)

18.2

26

Clinical Care

Access to Care

Mayfair – Holmesburg

City

Uninsured

11.7%

12.0%

Primary Care Physician Supply (residents per physician)

1453.5

1460

Inadequate Prenatal Care

29.2%

30.7%

Recent Routine Medical Checkup, Adults

69.9%

74.9%

Quality of Care

Mayfair – Holmesburg

City

Core Preventative Services, Men 65+

32.5%

29.0%

Core Preventative Services, Women 65+

31.3%

28.7%

Mammography Screening

77.5%

79.2%

Hypertension Medication Adherence

78.5%

76.4%

Social & Economic Factors

Education

Mayfair – Holmesburg

City

Reading Proficiency (K-2)

48.8%

45%

Completed Some College

41.5%

49.1%

Employment

Mayfair – Holmesburg

City

Unemployment

11.8%

12.5%

Income

Mayfair – Holmesburg

City

Children in Poverty

30.1%

36.7%

Income Inequality

-0.01

-0.06

Family & Social Support

Mayfair – Holmesburg

City

Single Parent Households

13.0%

15.8%

Community Safety

Mayfair – Holmesburg

City

Violent Crime (per 10,000 people)

65.3

95.7

Injury Deaths (per 100,00 people)

96.7

68.6

Homicides (per 10,000 people)

0.8

1.7

Physical Environment

Housing & Transit

Mayfair – Holmesburg

City

Housing Code Violations (per 1,000 housing units)

742.6

164.1

Driving Alone to Work

65.6%

50.8%

Commute ≥ 60 Minutes

29.1%

14.1%

Walk Score™

76.7

79.0

Vacant Buildings

0.7%

2.4%

Mill Creek – Parkside

Health Outcomes Rank43/46

Health Factors Rank 39/46

Population33,549

Median Age32.2

Median Household Income$19,822

Health Outcomes

Length of Life

Mill Creek – Parkside

City

Life Expectancy, Men

67.7

72.3

Life Expectancy, Women

75.1

79.3

Quality of Life

Mill Creek – Parkside

City

Poor Physical Health

20.8%

13.7%

Poor Mental Health

20.0%

14.6%

Low Birth Weight

14.3%

10.8%

Adult Asthma

14.7%

10.9%

Hypertension

44.7%

32.9%

High Cholesterol

38.4%

34.6%

Cancer

5.4%

5.6%

Chronic Kidney Disease

4.0%

3.0%

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

10.4%

7.2%

Coronary Heart Disease

8.5%

6.3%

Diabetes

19.5%

12.2%

Stroke

6.7%

4.0%

Health Factors

Health Behaviors

Tobacco Use

Mill Creek – Parkside

City

Adult Smoking

32.4%

22.2%

Diet & Exercise

Mill Creek – Parkside

City

Adult Obesity

44.0%

30.6%

Residents >1/2 Mile from Supermaket

14.6%

22.3%

Physically Inactive Adults

37.9%

30.6%

Alcohol & Drug Use

Mill Creek – Parkside

City

Binge Drinking

13.5%

17.9%

Drug Overdose Deaths (per 100,000 people)

57.4

44.8

Sexual Activity

Mill Creek – Parkside

City

Teen Births (per 1,000 females 15-19)

23.3

26

Clinical Care

Access to Care

Mill Creek – Parkside

City

Uninsured

11.4%

12.0%

Primary Care Physician Supply (residents per physician)

907.1

1460

Inadequate Prenatal Care

41.0%

30.7%

Recent Routine Medical Checkup, Adults

75.8%

74.9%

Quality of Care

Mill Creek – Parkside

City

Core Preventative Services, Men 65+

20.9%

29.0%

Core Preventative Services, Women 65+

20.0%

28.7%

Mammography Screening

78.6%

79.2%

Hypertension Medication Adherence

82.7%

76.4%

Social & Economic Factors

Education

Mill Creek – Parkside

City

Reading Proficiency (K-2)

43.0%

45%

Completed Some College

42.6%

49.1%

Employment

Mill Creek – Parkside

City

Unemployment

16.8%

12.5%

Income

Mill Creek – Parkside

City

Children in Poverty

60.1%

36.7%

Income Inequality

-0.40

-0.06

Family & Social Support

Mill Creek – Parkside

City

Single Parent Households

27.7%

15.8%

Community Safety

Mill Creek – Parkside

City

Violent Crime (per 10,000 people)

168.1

95.7

Injury Deaths (per 100,00 people)

72.4

68.6

Homicides (per 10,000 people)

3.6

1.7

Physical Environment

Housing & Transit

Mill Creek – Parkside

City

Housing Code Violations (per 1,000 housing units)

905.1

164.1

Driving Alone to Work

35.8%

50.8%

Commute ≥ 60 Minutes

23.0%

14.1%

Walk Score™

84.8

79.0

Vacant Buildings

4.8%

2.4%

Nicetown – Tioga

Health Outcomes Rank45/46

Health Factors Rank 41/46

Population36,992

Median Age35.7

Median Household Income$24,655

Health Outcomes

Length of Life

Nicetown – Tioga

City

Life Expectancy, Men

63.9

72.3

Life Expectancy, Women

74.5

79.3

Quality of Life

Nicetown – Tioga

City

Poor Physical Health

19.8%

13.7%

Poor Mental Health

18.7%

14.6%

Low Birth Weight

14.7%

10.8%

Adult Asthma

14.0%

10.9%

Hypertension

45.4%

32.9%

High Cholesterol

38.8%

34.6%

Cancer

5.6%

5.6%

Chronic Kidney Disease

4.0%

3.0%

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

9.9%

7.2%

Coronary Heart Disease

8.5%

6.3%

Diabetes

19.8%

12.2%

Stroke

6.5%

4.0%

Health Factors

Health Behaviors

Tobacco Use

Nicetown – Tioga

City

Adult Smoking

31.2%

22.2%

Diet & Exercise

Nicetown – Tioga

City

Adult Obesity

44.1%

30.6%

Residents >1/2 Mile from Supermaket

30.4%

22.3%

Physically Inactive Adults

37.1%

30.6%

Alcohol & Drug Use

Nicetown – Tioga

City

Binge Drinking

13.6%

17.9%

Drug Overdose Deaths (per 100,000 people)

64.4

44.8

Sexual Activity

Nicetown – Tioga

City

Teen Births (per 1,000 females 15-19)

35.5

26

Clinical Care

Access to Care

Nicetown – Tioga

City

Uninsured

12.8%

12.0%

Primary Care Physician Supply (residents per physician)

1313.8

1460

Inadequate Prenatal Care

36.6%

30.7%

Recent Routine Medical Checkup, Adults

77.1%

74.9%

Quality of Care

Nicetown – Tioga

City

Core Preventative Services, Men 65+

21.5%

29.0%

Core Preventative Services, Women 65+

21.7%

28.7%

Mammography Screening

79.4%

79.2%

Hypertension Medication Adherence

83.5%

76.4%

Social & Economic Factors

Education

Nicetown – Tioga

City

Reading Proficiency (K-2)

47.5%

45%

Completed Some College

35.3%

49.1%

Employment

Nicetown – Tioga

City

Unemployment

17.7%

12.5%

Income

Nicetown – Tioga

City

Children in Poverty

40.4%

36.7%

Income Inequality

-0.32

-0.06

Family & Social Support

Nicetown – Tioga

City

Single Parent Households

19.0%

15.8%

Community Safety

Nicetown – Tioga

City

Violent Crime (per 10,000 people)

244.9

95.7

Injury Deaths (per 100,00 people)

89.7

68.6

Homicides (per 10,000 people)

6.8

1.7

Physical Environment

Housing & Transit

Nicetown – Tioga

City

Housing Code Violations (per 1,000 housing units)

826.0

164.1

Driving Alone to Work

47.0%

50.8%

Commute ≥ 60 Minutes

28.1%

14.1%

Walk Score™

73.3

79.0

Vacant Buildings

6.6%

2.4%

Northern Liberties – West Kensington

Health Outcomes Rank26/46

Health Factors Rank 27/46

Population28,983

Median Age31.2

Median Household Income$47,579

Health Outcomes

Length of Life

Northern Liberties – West Kensington

City

Life Expectancy, Men

69.5

72.3

Life Expectancy, Women

76.4

79.3

Quality of Life

Northern Liberties – West Kensington

City

Poor Physical Health

15.8%

13.7%

Poor Mental Health

16.1%

14.6%

Low Birth Weight

10.3%

10.8%

Adult Asthma

10.8%

10.9%

Hypertension

28.5%

32.9%

High Cholesterol

35.2%

34.6%

Cancer

3.9%

5.6%

Chronic Kidney Disease

2.8%

3.0%

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

6.3%

7.2%

Coronary Heart Disease

5.7%

6.3%

Diabetes

12.4%

12.2%

Stroke

3.1%

4.0%

Health Factors

Health Behaviors

Tobacco Use

Northern Liberties – West Kensington

City

Adult Smoking

25.3%

22.2%

Diet & Exercise

Northern Liberties – West Kensington

City

Adult Obesity

33.1%

30.6%

Residents >1/2 Mile from Supermaket

0.1%

22.3%

Physically Inactive Adults

29.6%

30.6%

Alcohol & Drug Use

Northern Liberties – West Kensington

City

Binge Drinking

20.6%

17.9%

Drug Overdose Deaths (per 100,000 people)

72.9

44.8

Sexual Activity

Northern Liberties – West Kensington

City

Teen Births (per 1,000 females 15-19)

39.1

26

Clinical Care

Access to Care

Northern Liberties – West Kensington

City

Uninsured

15.1%

12.0%

Primary Care Physician Supply (residents per physician)

966.8

1460

Inadequate Prenatal Care

25.5%

30.7%

Recent Routine Medical Checkup, Adults

66.5%

74.9%

Quality of Care

Northern Liberties – West Kensington

City

Core Preventative Services, Men 65+

25.3%

29.0%

Core Preventative Services, Women 65+

23.5%

28.7%

Mammography Screening

75.5%

79.2%

Hypertension Medication Adherence

74.9%

76.4%

Social & Economic Factors

Education

Northern Liberties – West Kensington

City

Reading Proficiency (K-2)

50.2%

45%

Completed Some College

51.7%

49.1%

Employment

Northern Liberties – West Kensington

City

Unemployment

10.7%

12.5%

Income

Northern Liberties – West Kensington

City

Children in Poverty

51.5%

36.7%

Income Inequality

-0.04

-0.06

Family & Social Support

Northern Liberties – West Kensington

City

Single Parent Households

13.4%

15.8%

Community Safety

Northern Liberties – West Kensington

City

Violent Crime (per 10,000 people)

129.4

95.7

Injury Deaths (per 100,00 people)

132.9

68.6

Homicides (per 10,000 people)

3.1

1.7

Physical Environment

Housing & Transit

Northern Liberties – West Kensington

City

Housing Code Violations (per 1,000 housing units)

873.1

164.1

Driving Alone to Work

44.9%

50.8%

Commute ≥ 60 Minutes

15.2%

14.1%

Walk Score™

93.3

79.0

Vacant Buildings

2.0%

2.4%

Oak Lane – Fernrock

Health Outcomes Rank25/46

Health Factors Rank 21/46

Population21,497

Median Age37.8

Median Household Income$41,312

Health Outcomes

Length of Life

Oak Lane – Fernrock

City

Life Expectancy, Men

72.1

72.3

Life Expectancy, Women

77.6

79.3

Quality of Life

Oak Lane – Fernrock

City

Poor Physical Health

14.6%

13.7%

Poor Mental Health

14.8%

14.6%

Low Birth Weight

14.0%

10.8%

Adult Asthma

12.0%

10.9%

Hypertension

40.2%

32.9%

High Cholesterol

37.3%

34.6%

Cancer

5.6%

5.6%

Chronic Kidney Disease

3.3%

3.0%

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

6.9%

7.2%

Coronary Heart Disease

6.7%

6.3%

Diabetes

15.2%

12.2%

Stroke

4.4%

4.0%

Health Factors

Health Behaviors

Tobacco Use

Oak Lane – Fernrock

City

Adult Smoking

24.3%

22.2%

Diet & Exercise

Oak Lane – Fernrock

City

Adult Obesity

36.9%

30.6%

Residents >1/2 Mile from Supermaket

24.8%

22.3%

Physically Inactive Adults

28.9%

30.6%

Alcohol & Drug Use

Oak Lane – Fernrock

City

Binge Drinking

15.4%

17.9%

Drug Overdose Deaths (per 100,000 people)

24.1

44.8

Sexual Activity

Oak Lane – Fernrock

City

Teen Births (per 1,000 females 15-19)

23.5

26

Clinical Care

Access to Care

Oak Lane – Fernrock

City

Uninsured

15.5%

12.0%

Primary Care Physician Supply (residents per physician)

1185.0

1460

Inadequate Prenatal Care

31.3%

30.7%

Recent Routine Medical Checkup, Adults

77.3%

74.9%

Quality of Care

Oak Lane – Fernrock

City

Core Preventative Services, Men 65+

26.0%

29.0%

Core Preventative Services, Women 65+

27.5%

28.7%

Mammography Screening

82.1%

79.2%

Hypertension Medication Adherence

82.0%

76.4%

Social & Economic Factors

Education

Oak Lane – Fernrock

City

Reading Proficiency (K-2)

53.9%

45%

Completed Some College

51.6%

49.1%

Employment

Oak Lane – Fernrock

City

Unemployment

14.2%

12.5%

Income

Oak Lane – Fernrock

City

Children in Poverty

22.0%

36.7%

Income Inequality

-0.06

-0.06

Family & Social Support

Oak Lane – Fernrock

City

Single Parent Households

18.1%

15.8%

Community Safety

Oak Lane – Fernrock

City

Violent Crime (per 10,000 people)

69.3

95.7

Injury Deaths (per 100,00 people)

54.6

68.6

Homicides (per 10,000 people)

1.4

1.7

Physical Environment

Housing & Transit

Oak Lane – Fernrock

City

Housing Code Violations (per 1,000 housing units)

234.9

164.1

Driving Alone to Work

52.2%

50.8%

Commute ≥ 60 Minutes

26.4%

14.1%

Walk Score™

70.5

79.0

Vacant Buildings

1.4%

2.4%

Ogontz

Health Outcomes Rank41/46

Health Factors Rank 26/46

Population28,843

Median Age36.9

Median Household Income$28,946

Health Outcomes

Length of Life

Ogontz

City

Life Expectancy, Men

67.3

72.3

Life Expectancy, Women

75.1

79.3

Quality of Life

Ogontz

City

Poor Physical Health

16.9%

13.7%

Poor Mental Health

16.9%

14.6%

Low Birth Weight

16.9%

10.8%

Adult Asthma

13.5%

10.9%

Hypertension

42.3%

32.9%

High Cholesterol

37.1%

34.6%

Cancer

5.7%

5.6%

Chronic Kidney Disease

3.7%

3.0%

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

8.3%

7.2%

Coronary Heart Disease

7.7%

6.3%

Diabetes

17.6%

12.2%

Stroke

5.7%

4.0%

Health Factors

Health Behaviors

Tobacco Use

Ogontz

City

Adult Smoking

27.4%

22.2%

Diet & Exercise

Ogontz

City

Adult Obesity

39.6%

30.6%

Residents >1/2 Mile from Supermaket

52.1%

22.3%

Physically Inactive Adults

32.7%

30.6%

Alcohol & Drug Use

Ogontz

City

Binge Drinking

14.8%

17.9%

Drug Overdose Deaths (per 100,000 people)

27.2

44.8

Sexual Activity

Ogontz

City

Teen Births (per 1,000 females 15-19)

16.5

26

Clinical Care

Access to Care

Ogontz

City

Uninsured

11.2%

12.0%

Primary Care Physician Supply (residents per physician)

589.8

1460

Inadequate Prenatal Care

33.7%

30.7%

Recent Routine Medical Checkup, Adults

77.3%

74.9%

Quality of Care

Ogontz

City

Core Preventative Services, Men 65+

22.9%

29.0%

Core Preventative Services, Women 65+

24.3%

28.7%

Mammography Screening

81.0%

79.2%

Hypertension Medication Adherence

83.2%

76.4%

Social & Economic Factors

Education

Ogontz

City

Reading Proficiency (K-2)

53.9%

45%

Completed Some College

40.2%

49.1%

Employment

Ogontz

City

Unemployment

19.6%

12.5%

Income

Ogontz

City

Children in Poverty

39.1%

36.7%

Income Inequality

-0.21

-0.06

Family & Social Support

Ogontz

City

Single Parent Households

23.0%

15.8%

Community Safety

Ogontz

City

Violent Crime (per 10,000 people)

101.9

95.7

Injury Deaths (per 100,00 people)

57.0

68.6

Homicides (per 10,000 people)

2.1

1.7

Physical Environment

Housing & Transit

Ogontz

City

Housing Code Violations (per 1,000 housing units)

630.9

164.1

Driving Alone to Work

42.5%

50.8%

Commute ≥ 60 Minutes

33.2%

14.1%

Walk Score™

81.8

79.0

Vacant Buildings

2.7%

2.4%

Olney – Feltonville

Health Outcomes Rank29/46

Health Factors Rank 35/46

Population54,106

Median Age28.0

Median Household Income$35,800

Health Outcomes

Length of Life

Olney – Feltonville

City

Life Expectancy, Men

70.5

72.3

Life Expectancy, Women

76.1

79.3

Quality of Life

Olney – Feltonville

City

Poor Physical Health

17.1%

13.7%

Poor Mental Health

17.7%

14.6%

Low Birth Weight

10.6%

10.8%

Adult Asthma

12.0%

10.9%

Hypertension

32.6%

32.9%

High Cholesterol

35.9%

34.6%

Cancer

3.9%

5.6%

Chronic Kidney Disease

2.9%

3.0%

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

7.1%

7.2%

Coronary Heart Disease

5.7%

6.3%

Diabetes

14.0%

12.2%

Stroke

3.6%

4.0%

Health Factors

Health Behaviors

Tobacco Use

Olney – Feltonville

City

Adult Smoking

28.8%

22.2%

Diet & Exercise

Olney – Feltonville

City

Adult Obesity

35.9%

30.6%

Residents >1/2 Mile from Supermaket

7.7%

22.3%

Physically Inactive Adults

34.7%

30.6%

Alcohol & Drug Use

Olney – Feltonville

City

Binge Drinking

15.9%

17.9%

Drug Overdose Deaths (per 100,000 people)

30.4

44.8

Sexual Activity

Olney – Feltonville

City

Teen Births (per 1,000 females 15-19)

31.4

26

Clinical Care

Access to Care

Olney – Feltonville

City

Uninsured

17.1%

12.0%

Primary Care Physician Supply (residents per physician)

1214.9

1460

Inadequate Prenatal Care

36.5%

30.7%

Recent Routine Medical Checkup, Adults

70.2%

74.9%

Quality of Care

Olney – Feltonville

City

Core Preventative Services, Men 65+

24.2%

29.0%

Core Preventative Services, Women 65+

24.1%

28.7%

Mammography Screening

77.1%

79.2%

Hypertension Medication Adherence

76.8%

76.4%

Social & Economic Factors

Education

Olney – Feltonville

City

Reading Proficiency (K-2)

47.4%

45%

Completed Some College

34.2%

49.1%

Employment

Olney – Feltonville

City

Unemployment

16.5%

12.5%

Income

Olney – Feltonville

City

Children in Poverty

36.2%

36.7%

Income Inequality

-0.17

-0.06

Family & Social Support

Olney – Feltonville

City

Single Parent Households

28.0%

15.8%

Community Safety

Olney – Feltonville

City

Violent Crime (per 10,000 people)

93.5

95.7

Injury Deaths (per 100,00 people)

88.4

68.6

Homicides (per 10,000 people)

1.5

1.7

Physical Environment

Housing & Transit

Olney – Feltonville

City

Housing Code Violations (per 1,000 housing units)

454.9

164.1

Driving Alone to Work

49.7%

50.8%

Commute ≥ 60 Minutes

30.1%

14.1%

Walk Score™

81.2

79.0

Vacant Buildings

1.8%

2.4%

Overbrook Park – Wynnefield Heights

Health Outcomes Rank20/46

Health Factors Rank 16/46

Population37,688

Median Age41.2

Median Household Income$38,294

Health Outcomes

Length of Life

Overbrook Park – Wynnefield Heights

City

Life Expectancy, Men

72.4

72.3

Life Expectancy, Women

79.6

79.3

Quality of Life

Overbrook Park – Wynnefield Heights

City

Poor Physical Health

13.2%

13.7%

Poor Mental Health

13.7%

14.6%

Low Birth Weight

12.3%

10.8%

Adult Asthma

11.6%

10.9%

Hypertension

38.1%

32.9%

High Cholesterol

36.5%

34.6%

Cancer

6.0%

5.6%

Chronic Kidney Disease

3.1%

3.0%

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

6.5%

7.2%

Coronary Heart Disease

6.6%

6.3%

Diabetes

13.8%

12.2%

Stroke

4.3%

4.0%

Health Factors

Health Behaviors

Tobacco Use

Overbrook Park – Wynnefield Heights

City

Adult Smoking

21.6%

22.2%

Diet & Exercise

Overbrook Park – Wynnefield Heights

City

Adult Obesity

33.7%

30.6%

Residents >1/2 Mile from Supermaket

65.4%

22.3%

Physically Inactive Adults

25.7%

30.6%

Alcohol & Drug Use

Overbrook Park – Wynnefield Heights

City

Binge Drinking

16.9%

17.9%

Drug Overdose Deaths (per 100,000 people)

18.3

44.8

Sexual Activity

Overbrook Park – Wynnefield Heights

City

Teen Births (per 1,000 females 15-19)

10.8

26

Clinical Care

Access to Care

Overbrook Park – Wynnefield Heights

City

Uninsured

10.0%

12.0%

Primary Care Physician Supply (residents per physician)

1060.0

1460

Inadequate Prenatal Care

29.2%

30.7%

Recent Routine Medical Checkup, Adults

76.1%

74.9%

Quality of Care

Overbrook Park – Wynnefield Heights

City

Core Preventative Services, Men 65+

27.6%

29.0%

Core Preventative Services, Women 65+

28.1%

28.7%

Mammography Screening

82.5%

79.2%

Hypertension Medication Adherence

82.2%

76.4%

Social & Economic Factors

Education

Overbrook Park – Wynnefield Heights

City

Reading Proficiency (K-2)

50.3%

45%

Completed Some College

61.9%

49.1%

Employment

Overbrook Park – Wynnefield Heights

City

Unemployment

10.6%

12.5%

Income

Overbrook Park – Wynnefield Heights

City

Children in Poverty

31.7%

36.7%

Income Inequality

-0.11

-0.06

Family & Social Support

Overbrook Park – Wynnefield Heights

City

Single Parent Households

15.3%

15.8%

Community Safety

Overbrook Park – Wynnefield Heights

City

Violent Crime (per 10,000 people)

51.5

95.7

Injury Deaths (per 100,00 people)

32.8

68.6

Homicides (per 10,000 people)

0.8

1.7

Physical Environment

Housing & Transit

Overbrook Park – Wynnefield Heights

City

Housing Code Violations (per 1,000 housing units)

169.2

164.1

Driving Alone to Work

58.9%

50.8%

Commute ≥ 60 Minutes

20.1%

14.1%

Walk Score™

66.7

79.0

Vacant Buildings

1.6%

2.4%

Oxford Circle

Health Outcomes Rank11/46

Health Factors Rank 25/46

Population51,974

Median Age30.6

Median Household Income$37,659

Health Outcomes

Length of Life

Oxford Circle

City

Life Expectancy, Men

76.3

72.3

Life Expectancy, Women

80.6

79.3

Quality of Life

Oxford Circle

City

Poor Physical Health

15.2%

13.7%

Poor Mental Health

16.2%

14.6%

Low Birth Weight

8.5%

10.8%

Adult Asthma

11.1%

10.9%

Hypertension

30.1%

32.9%

High Cholesterol

36.3%

34.6%

Cancer

4.7%

5.6%

Chronic Kidney Disease

2.5%

3.0%

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

7.2%

7.2%

Coronary Heart Disease

5.8%

6.3%

Diabetes

11.6%

12.2%

Stroke

3.2%

4.0%

Health Factors

Health Behaviors

Tobacco Use

Oxford Circle

City

Adult Smoking

27.4%

22.2%

Diet & Exercise

Oxford Circle

City

Adult Obesity

31.1%

30.6%

Residents >1/2 Mile from Supermaket

0.1%

22.3%

Physically Inactive Adults

30.9%

30.6%

Alcohol & Drug Use

Oxford Circle

City

Binge Drinking

17.2%

17.9%

Drug Overdose Deaths (per 100,000 people)

15.4

44.8

Sexual Activity

Oxford Circle

City

Teen Births (per 1,000 females 15-19)

18.1

26

Clinical Care

Access to Care

Oxford Circle

City

Uninsured

20.5%

12.0%

Primary Care Physician Supply (residents per physician)

3199.5

1460

Inadequate Prenatal Care

35.8%

30.7%

Recent Routine Medical Checkup, Adults

69.3%

74.9%

Quality of Care

Oxford Circle

City

Core Preventative Services, Men 65+

28.1%

29.0%

Core Preventative Services, Women 65+

27.4%

28.7%

Mammography Screening

76.4%

79.2%

Hypertension Medication Adherence

76.5%

76.4%

Social & Economic Factors

Education

Oxford Circle

City

Reading Proficiency (K-2)

44.5%

45%

Completed Some College

37.3%

49.1%

Employment

Oxford Circle

City

Unemployment

12.2%

12.5%

Income

Oxford Circle

City

Children in Poverty

28.9%

36.7%

Income Inequality

-0.05

-0.06

Family & Social Support

Oxford Circle

City

Single Parent Households

21.4%

15.8%

Community Safety

Oxford Circle

City

Violent Crime (per 10,000 people)

57.1

95.7

Injury Deaths (per 100,00 people)

27.8

68.6

Homicides (per 10,000 people)

1.0

1.7

Physical Environment

Housing & Transit

Oxford Circle

City

Housing Code Violations (per 1,000 housing units)

577.5

164.1

Driving Alone to Work

61.1%

50.8%

Commute ≥ 60 Minutes

27.4%

14.1%

Walk Score™

78.2

79.0

Vacant Buildings

0.4%

2.4%

Paschall – Kingsessing

Health Outcomes Rank39/46

Health Factors Rank 40/46

Population40,701

Median Age34.2

Median Household Income$26,259

Health Outcomes

Length of Life

Paschall – Kingsessing

City

Life Expectancy, Men

67.4

72.3

Life Expectancy, Women

74.0

79.3

Quality of Life

Paschall – Kingsessing

City

Poor Physical Health

19.0%

13.7%

Poor Mental Health

18.8%

14.6%

Low Birth Weight

12.1%

10.8%

Adult Asthma

14.1%

10.9%

Hypertension

42.9%

32.9%

High Cholesterol

37.8%

34.6%

Cancer

5.2%

5.6%

Chronic Kidney Disease

3.7%

3.0%

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

9.3%

7.2%

Coronary Heart Disease

7.6%

6.3%

Diabetes

18.1%

12.2%

Stroke

5.8%

4.0%

Health Factors

Health Behaviors

Tobacco Use

Paschall – Kingsessing

City

Adult Smoking

31.4%

22.2%

Diet & Exercise

Paschall – Kingsessing

City

Adult Obesity

42.3%

30.6%

Residents >1/2 Mile from Supermaket

6.6%

22.3%

Physically Inactive Adults

36.2%

30.6%

Alcohol & Drug Use

Paschall – Kingsessing

City

Binge Drinking

13.9%

17.9%

Drug Overdose Deaths (per 100,000 people)

44.5

44.8

Sexual Activity

Paschall – Kingsessing

City

Teen Births (per 1,000 females 15-19)

24.7

26

Clinical Care

Access to Care

Paschall – Kingsessing

City

Uninsured

15.4%

12.0%

Primary Care Physician Supply (residents per physician)

3590.1

1460

Inadequate Prenatal Care

41.9%

30.7%

Recent Routine Medical Checkup, Adults

76.2%

74.9%

Quality of Care

Paschall – Kingsessing

City

Core Preventative Services, Men 65+

21.7%

29.0%

Core Preventative Services, Women 65+

22.3%

28.7%

Mammography Screening

79.5%

79.2%

Hypertension Medication Adherence

82.0%

76.4%

Social & Economic Factors

Education

Paschall – Kingsessing

City

Reading Proficiency (K-2)

52.0%

45%

Completed Some College

37.3%

49.1%

Employment

Paschall – Kingsessing

City

Unemployment

20.2%

12.5%

Income

Paschall – Kingsessing

City

Children in Poverty

46.9%

36.7%

Income Inequality

-0.27

-0.06

Family & Social Support

Paschall – Kingsessing

City

Single Parent Households

21.6%

15.8%

Community Safety

Paschall – Kingsessing

City

Violent Crime (per 10,000 people)

166.3

95.7

Injury Deaths (per 100,00 people)

75.1

68.6

Homicides (per 10,000 people)

3.9

1.7

Physical Environment

Housing & Transit

Paschall – Kingsessing

City

Housing Code Violations (per 1,000 housing units)

714.4

164.1

Driving Alone to Work

39.5%

50.8%

Commute ≥ 60 Minutes

26.6%

14.1%

Walk Score™

74.1

79.0

Vacant Buildings

5.4%

2.4%

Pennsport – Queen Village

Health Outcomes Rank5/46

Health Factors Rank 5/46

Population23,616

Median Age34.7

Median Household Income$62,326

Health Outcomes

Length of Life

Pennsport – Queen Village

City

Life Expectancy, Men

74.9

72.3

Life Expectancy, Women

83.4

79.3

Quality of Life

Pennsport – Queen Village

City

Poor Physical Health

9.1%

13.7%

Poor Mental Health

11.2%

14.6%

Low Birth Weight

10.0%

10.8%

Adult Asthma

9.3%

10.9%

Hypertension

24.5%

32.9%

High Cholesterol

32.7%

34.6%

Cancer

5.0%

5.6%

Chronic Kidney Disease

1.9%

3.0%

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

4.4%

7.2%

Coronary Heart Disease

4.2%

6.3%

Diabetes

7.3%

12.2%

Stroke

2.1%

4.0%

Health Factors

Health Behaviors

Tobacco Use

Pennsport – Queen Village

City

Adult Smoking

18.8%

22.2%

Diet & Exercise

Pennsport – Queen Village

City

Adult Obesity

24.6%

30.6%

Residents >1/2 Mile from Supermaket

0.0%

22.3%

Physically Inactive Adults

18.1%

30.6%

Alcohol & Drug Use

Pennsport – Queen Village

City

Binge Drinking

23.6%

17.9%

Drug Overdose Deaths (per 100,000 people)

27.7

44.8

Sexual Activity

Pennsport – Queen Village

City

Teen Births (per 1,000 females 15-19)

7.4

26

Clinical Care

Access to Care

Pennsport – Queen Village

City

Uninsured

11.3%

12.0%

Primary Care Physician Supply (residents per physician)

600.2

1460

Inadequate Prenatal Care

14.8%

30.7%

Recent Routine Medical Checkup, Adults

69.2%

74.9%

Quality of Care

Pennsport – Queen Village

City

Core Preventative Services, Men 65+

34.0%

29.0%

Core Preventative Services, Women 65+

35.0%

28.7%

Mammography Screening

81.8%

79.2%

Hypertension Medication Adherence

74.4%

76.4%

Social & Economic Factors

Education

Pennsport – Queen Village

City

Reading Proficiency (K-2)

74.8%

45%

Completed Some College

71.5%

49.1%

Employment

Pennsport – Queen Village

City

Unemployment

6.4%

12.5%

Income

Pennsport – Queen Village

City

Children in Poverty

20.4%

36.7%

Income Inequality

0.24

-0.06

Family & Social Support

Pennsport – Queen Village

City

Single Parent Households

6.7%

15.8%

Community Safety

Pennsport – Queen Village

City

Violent Crime (per 10,000 people)

47.8

95.7

Injury Deaths (per 100,00 people)

36.5

68.6

Homicides (per 10,000 people)

0.9

1.7

Physical Environment

Housing & Transit

Pennsport – Queen Village

City

Housing Code Violations (per 1,000 housing units)

304.2

164.1

Driving Alone to Work

36.3%

50.8%

Commute ≥ 60 Minutes

14.4%

14.1%

Walk Score™

95.8

79.0

Vacant Buildings

0.8%

2.4%

Poplar – Temple

Health Outcomes Rank33/46

Health Factors Rank 30/46

Population22,638

Median Age30.2

Median Household Income$19,968

Health Outcomes

Length of Life

Poplar – Temple

City

Life Expectancy, Men

69.4

72.3

Life Expectancy, Women

72.8

79.3

Quality of Life

Poplar – Temple

City

Poor Physical Health

15.8%

13.7%

Poor Mental Health

18.3%

14.6%

Low Birth Weight

12.6%

10.8%

Adult Asthma

13.5%

10.9%

Hypertension

33.0%

32.9%

High Cholesterol

33.2%

34.6%

Cancer

4.1%

5.6%

Chronic Kidney Disease

3.0%

3.0%

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

7.5%

7.2%

Coronary Heart Disease

6.0%

6.3%

Diabetes

13.5%

12.2%

Stroke

4.4%

4.0%

Health Factors

Health Behaviors

Tobacco Use

Poplar – Temple

City

Adult Smoking

28.8%

22.2%

Diet & Exercise

Poplar – Temple

City

Adult Obesity

35.0%

30.6%

Residents >1/2 Mile from Supermaket

0.0%

22.3%

Physically Inactive Adults

31.5%

30.6%

Alcohol & Drug Use

Poplar – Temple

City

Binge Drinking

17.8%

17.9%

Drug Overdose Deaths (per 100,000 people)

44.1

44.8

Sexual Activity

Poplar – Temple

City

Teen Births (per 1,000 females 15-19)

10.8

26

Clinical Care

Access to Care

Poplar – Temple

City

Uninsured

8.9%

12.0%

Primary Care Physician Supply (residents per physician)

1092.1

1460

Inadequate Prenatal Care

33.9%

30.7%

Recent Routine Medical Checkup, Adults

71.0%

74.9%

Quality of Care

Poplar – Temple

City

Core Preventative Services, Men 65+

22.7%

29.0%

Core Preventative Services, Women 65+

22.0%

28.7%

Mammography Screening

78.8%

79.2%

Hypertension Medication Adherence

78.0%

76.4%

Social & Economic Factors

Education

Poplar – Temple

City

Reading Proficiency (K-2)

42.4%

45%

Completed Some College

38.1%

49.1%

Employment

Poplar – Temple

City

Unemployment

17.7%

12.5%

Income

Poplar – Temple

City

Children in Poverty

49.5%

36.7%

Income Inequality

-0.33

-0.06

Family & Social Support

Poplar – Temple

City

Single Parent Households

24.2%

15.8%

Community Safety

Poplar – Temple

City

Violent Crime (per 10,000 people)

126.8

95.7

Injury Deaths (per 100,00 people)

53.9

68.6

Homicides (per 10,000 people)

1.8

1.7

Physical Environment

Housing & Transit

Poplar – Temple

City

Housing Code Violations (per 1,000 housing units)

793.1

164.1

Driving Alone to Work

36.6%

50.8%

Commute ≥ 60 Minutes

15.6%

14.1%

Walk Score™

88.9

79.0

Vacant Buildings

2.6%

2.4%

Rhawnhurst – Fox Chase

Health Outcomes Rank12/46

Health Factors Rank 15/46

Population49,944

Median Age38.2

Median Household Income$50,142

Health Outcomes

Length of Life

Rhawnhurst – Fox Chase

City

Life Expectancy, Men

74.0

72.3

Life Expectancy, Women

80.7

79.3

Quality of Life

Rhawnhurst – Fox Chase

City

Poor Physical Health

13.1%

13.7%

Poor Mental Health

12.9%

14.6%

Low Birth Weight

8.4%

10.8%

Adult Asthma

9.8%

10.9%

Hypertension

31.4%

32.9%

High Cholesterol

39.3%

34.6%

Cancer

7.5%

5.6%

Chronic Kidney Disease

2.6%

3.0%

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

7.3%

7.2%

Coronary Heart Disease

7.6%

6.3%

Diabetes

10.5%

12.2%

Stroke

3.5%

4.0%

Health Factors

Health Behaviors

Tobacco Use

Rhawnhurst – Fox Chase

City

Adult Smoking

22.0%

22.2%

Diet & Exercise

Rhawnhurst – Fox Chase

City

Adult Obesity

26.3%

30.6%

Residents >1/2 Mile from Supermaket

30.3%

22.3%

Physically Inactive Adults

25.0%

30.6%

Alcohol & Drug Use

Rhawnhurst – Fox Chase

City

Binge Drinking

19.0%

17.9%

Drug Overdose Deaths (per 100,000 people)

42.3

44.8

Sexual Activity

Rhawnhurst – Fox Chase

City

Teen Births (per 1,000 females 15-19)

11.3

26

Clinical Care

Access to Care

Rhawnhurst – Fox Chase

City

Uninsured

13.0%

12.0%

Primary Care Physician Supply (residents per physician)

1107.1

1460

Inadequate Prenatal Care

32.6%

30.7%

Recent Routine Medical Checkup, Adults

71.9%

74.9%

Quality of Care

Rhawnhurst – Fox Chase

City

Core Preventative Services, Men 65+

33.4%

29.0%

Core Preventative Services, Women 65+

32.5%

28.7%

Mammography Screening

78.3%

79.2%

Hypertension Medication Adherence

81.2%

76.4%

Social & Economic Factors

Education

Rhawnhurst – Fox Chase

City

Reading Proficiency (K-2)

56.1%

45%

Completed Some College

46.7%

49.1%

Employment

Rhawnhurst – Fox Chase

City

Unemployment

10.2%

12.5%

Income

Rhawnhurst – Fox Chase

City

Children in Poverty

23.0%

36.7%

Income Inequality

0.06

-0.06

Family & Social Support

Rhawnhurst – Fox Chase

City

Single Parent Households

9.7%

15.8%

Community Safety

Rhawnhurst – Fox Chase

City

Violent Crime (per 10,000 people)

29.4

95.7

Injury Deaths (per 100,00 people)

73.1

68.6

Homicides (per 10,000 people)

0.0

1.7

Physical Environment

Housing & Transit

Rhawnhurst – Fox Chase

City

Housing Code Violations (per 1,000 housing units)

242.7

164.1

Driving Alone to Work

68.6%

50.8%

Commute ≥ 60 Minutes

25.6%

14.1%

Walk Score™

62.9

79.0

Vacant Buildings

0.3%

2.4%

Richmond – Bridesburg

Health Outcomes Rank21/46

Health Factors Rank 22/46

Population22,901

Median Age40.4

Median Household Income$51,423

Health Outcomes

Length of Life

Richmond – Bridesburg

City

Life Expectancy, Men

69.4

72.3

Life Expectancy, Women

75.0

79.3

Quality of Life

Richmond – Bridesburg

City

Poor Physical Health

14.0%

13.7%

Poor Mental Health

15.0%

14.6%

Low Birth Weight

4.7%

10.8%

Adult Asthma

10.6%

10.9%

Hypertension

28.7%

32.9%

High Cholesterol

38.0%

34.6%

Cancer

6.6%

5.6%

Chronic Kidney Disease

2.4%

3.0%

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

8.0%

7.2%

Coronary Heart Disease

6.9%

6.3%

Diabetes