Health Data & Reports

The CCCHD Epidemiology/Communicable Disease department provides the following services for Clark County, Ohio:

  • Collect and analyze health-related data and information pertaining to the county’s residents and neighborhoods in the form of reports and presentations.
  • Monitor, identify, investigate and report emerging health threats with the assistance of other public health divisions (Environmental Health and Health Education).
  • Offer data support to other CCCHD programs and community agencies for use in health policy, planning, and programming decisions.

To Request Data from CCCHD’s Epidemiology/Communicable Disease Team, please email CCCHD at Health@ccchd.com with the request.

DISCLAIMER: When requesting data or looking at data, 2020 numbers are not a good representation of that year. This is due to the COVID-19 Pandemic. 

Annual/Biannual/Quarterly Reports:

Other/Miscellaneous Reports:

Enteric diseases are caused by micro-organisms such as viruses, bacteria and parasites that cause intestinal illness. These diseases most frequently result from consuming contaminated food or water and some can spread from person to person.

Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), or sexually transmitted infections (STIs), are infections that are passed from one person to another through sexual contact. The contact is usually vaginal, oral, or anal sex. But sometimes they can spread through other intimate physical contact

For more information on what services CCCHD provides, please visit the STD/HIV page.

A disease that results from an infection transmitted to humans and other animals by blood-feeding anthropods, such as mosquitoes, ticks, and fleas.

Lead can damage nearly every system in the human body, and has harmful effects on both adults and children. It is a serious environmental public health threat to children in Ohio. 

The Get Vaccinated Ohio Public Health Initiative (GV) works to improve components of the immunization delivery in Ohio; more fully immunize infants, children, and adolescents; improve immunization on-time rates in the private and public sector; and limit vaccine-preventable diseases

Maternal and Infant health is looked at to reduce disease and death among mothers and babies, with special attention to reducing racial and ethnic differences in these health outcomes.

Chronic diseases are defined broadly as conditions that last 1 year or more and require ongoing medical attention or limit activities of daily living or both. Chronic diseases such as heart diseasecancer, and diabetes are the leading causes of death and disability in the United States.

The Ohio Department of Health provides County Cancer Profiles which include data and information on cancer incidence and mortality, trends, stage at diagnosis, cancer screenings and risk factors. 

The Years of Potential Life Lost (YPLL) measures premature mortality, which is the sum of the years of life lost annually by persons who suffered early deaths.

Clark County YPLL Report 2020

Suicide is a serious public health problem that can have lasting harmful effects on individuals, families, and communities. There are many factors that contribute to suicide. The goal of suicide prevention is to reduce factors that increase risk and increase factors that promote resilience.

Outside Resources:

Nursing Phone: 937-390-5600

Secure Nursing Fax: 937-390-5626

Supervisor for Assessment and Surveillance: Anna Jean Sauter (x267)

Communicable Disease Nurse: 

Epidemiologist: Brenna Heinle (x249)