Health Data

The blue map displays Pennsylvania’s summary ranks for health factors, based on weighted scores for health behaviors, clinical care, social and economic factors, and the physical environment. Lighter colors indicate better performance in the respective summary rankings. Detailed information on the underlying measures is available at www.countyhealthrankings.org.

 

2015 Health Factors - Pennsylvania

CountyRank
Adams15
Allegheny19
Armstrong48
Beaver40
Bedford44
Berks30
Blair37
Bradford39
Bucks6
Butler7
Cambria46
Cameron64
Carbon62
Centre2
Chester3
Clarion34
Clearfield29
Clinton43
Columbia33
Crawford26
Cumberland4
Dauphin32
Delaware16
Elk25
Erie42
Fayette65
Forest66
Franklin21
Fulton56
Greene63
Huntingdon47
Indiana36
Jefferson53
Juniata13
Lackawanna41
Lancaster9
Lawrence50
Lebanon10
Lehigh35
Luzerne60
Lycoming22
McKean59
Mercer38
Mifflin28
Monroe57
Montgomery1
Montour5
Northampton12
Northumberland49
Perry18
Philadelphia67
Pike24
Potter54
Schuylkill55
Snyder11
Somerset52
Sullivan51
Susquehanna61
Tioga27
Union8
Venango45
Warren31
Washington20
Wayne23
Westmoreland14
Wyoming58
York17

The map below shows just how important the Affordable Care Act is to working and middle-income families in every county. [Click on your county to see how many people are enrolled in plans through Healthcare.gov through the second Open Enrollment period and how many are eligible for tax credits]: