Illinois Department of Public HealthJB Pritzker, Governor

Illinois Public Health Community Map

Illinois Public Health Community Map


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The purpose of this Web site is to make information about the quality of health in Illinois communities available to the public, and highlight socioeconomic and racial/ethnic disparities that may exist. It also examines the issue of access to health care. The Illinois Department of Public Health promotes the use of open data as a platform for ideas, advocacy, planning and policy. 

Explore the Map for data about: 

  • Asthma
  • Behavioral Health
  • Diabetes
  • Emergency Department Use
  • Injury
  • Maternal and Child Health 
  • Oral Health
  • Preventable Hospitalizations 
  • Readmissions
  • Social/Environmental Factors
  • Opioid & Heroin
    All Opioid/Heroin data can be accessed via the IDPH Opioid Data Dashboard by clicking the link below.

Search by Region and County

Cook County: use the smaller map to the left of the main map in order to zoom to Cook's sub-regions/zip codes:

  1. Click on the NorthEastern region
  2. Click on the magnifying glass icon or Cook County to view sub-regions/zip code data

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Export Data  Export Data

Data from the Illinois Public Health Community Map are available for download, with the exception of census data. Look for the Export Data icon Export Data as you explore measures on the Map. Acknowledgement of the Illinois Department of Public Health as the source is appreciated. However, any materials you develop should not give the impression of agency endorsement.

This site will continue to expand and grow. We invite your comments and suggestions, and for you to return for future updates. 


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This web feature was supported in part by a grant from the Washington Square Health Foundation.