Reports & Data
Access the San Mateo County (SMC) All Together Better health data portal to view San Mateo County data on health outcomes, health behaviors, health care access, and socioeconomic conditions.
Due to coronavirus response efforts, the Office of Epidemiology & Evaluation is currently unable to respond to data requests. If you are looking for San Mateo County coronavirus data that is publicly available, that information can be found here. No other coronavirus-related data is being released publicly at this time.
Selected Communicable Disease Data
If you would like to view healthy San Mateo 2010 Fact Sheets for AIDS, Cancer, Enteric Diseases, Mortality, Sexually Transmitted Diseases, and Tuberculosis click here.
Data Sources (External)
2013 Community Health Needs Assessment: Health and Quality of Life in San Mateo County
Healthy San Mateo 2010 Report, Vaccine Chapter Addendum
Healthy San Mateo 2010 Report, Cancer Chapter
Healthy San Mateo 2010 Report, Vaccine Chapter
Healthy San Mateo 2010 Report, Hospitalizations Chapter
Healthy San Mateo 2010 Report, Birth Rate Chapter
Healthy San Mateo 2010 Report, Mortality Chapter
Healthy San Mateo 2010 Report, Infectious Diseases Chapter
Building Health into San Mateo County Cities
This document highlights local tools developed or adapted by San Mateo County Health, in collaboration with San Mateo County cities and other County agencies, and provides recommendations for how to include health from the beginning of planning processes. 2011 Community Assessment: Health and Quality of Life in San Mateo County
Strategies for Improving Food & Physical Activity Environments in San Mateo County
The reaffirms our commitment to improving the environments that shape everyday nutrition and physical activity. The document builds upon the Prevention of Childhood Obesity Blueprint adopted five years ago.
Maintaining the Health of an Aging San Mateo County
To effectively plan for the aging of baby boomers, San Mateo County Health, Department of Housing, Transit District, the Commission on Aging, and Health Plan of San Mateo collaborated to create a that looks at the characteristics of older adults in San Mateo County for the years 2020 and 2030.
Swimming Upstream: Improving Access to Indigent Health Care in the Midst of Major Economic Challenges
This presents initial findings from a comprehensive evaluation conducted by the Urban Institute and the University of California San Francisco. It offers lessons for local and national policymakers, county leaders, program administrators, and providers about how progress is possible despite severe financial obstacles.
Linguistic Access Study
2011 Community Health Needs Assessment: Health and Quality of Life in San Mateo County
2008 Community Health Needs Assessment: Health and Quality of Life in San Mateo County
Blueprint for Prevention of Childhood Obesity: A Call to Action
Roadmap for Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drug (ATOD) Prevention: A Guide for Community Action
The is a comprehensive county-wide action plan to prevent alcohol, tobacco and other drug use/abuse that can be modified and/or applied to local/regional situations, which was approved by San Mateo County’s Board of Supervisors on June 20, 2006.
- A call to action, introduction, youth development activities in San Mateo County, the Youth Commission’s policy recommendations, priorities, and survey hypothesis, and information on how to build youth assets. - (Appendix 1) – information on the resilience and youth development asset-based framework used for this report and a summary of California Healthy Kids Survey sample characteristics; youth assets by grade level; and the relationship between assets and specific behaviors in the areas of alcohol, tobacco and other drug use, violence and safety, and physical and mental health. - (Appendix 2) – Results of the 2006 San Mateo County Youth Commission Needs Assessment Survey - (Appendix 3) – Hypothesis testing (Mental Health, Alcohol Tobacco and Other Drug, Sex and Sexuality, and Discrimination): survey results data supporting the priori hypotheses. - Hypothesis testing continued (Violence), the survey instrument, methodology and authors and Acknowledgments.