The Department of Public Health collects, analyzes, and reports on a wide variety of Philadelphia health data. This information guides the development of the City’s programs and policies. It also helps the broader health care community understand and address Philadelphia’s health challenges.
Anyone can request Philadelphia health data, including members of the public.
In Philadelphia, PA, unintentional drug overdoses contribute to significant premature mortality. This issue of CHART summarizes trends in unintentional drug overdose fatalities through 2020.
Are you in the know? Catch up with our latest edition of CHART, where we highlight under-appreciated public health issues.
- Coronavirus Interim Racial Equity Plan
- Growing Up Philly
- Close to Home: The Health of Philadelphia’s Neighborhoods
- Brotherly Love: Health of Black Men and Boys in Philadelphia
- Regional Community Health Needs Assessment
- Health of the City
- Community Health Improvement Plans
- Community Health Assessments
- Community Health Explorer
- Air Management Services Reports
- Childhood Lead Poisoning Surveillance Reports
- Good Eats: The Greater Philadelphia Food Economy, and Good Food’s Potential to Drive Growth, Improve Health, and Expand Opportunity
- Neighborhood Food Retail in Philadelphia
- Philadelphia Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Advisory Group
- Walkable Access to Healthy Food in Philadelphia, 2012-2014