The Health Status Report is a series of tables detailing statistics on important health indicators in Maricopa County including communicable diseases, births, causes of deaths, and causes of hospitalizations. Click here to see reports.
Health Status Reports
- 5 Year Trends
The Heat Surveillance reports are generated weekly during the Heat season and an annual heat surveillance mortality and morbidity report are available summarizing the data. The weekly reporting time periods are from Sunday to Saturday, week ending (W/E) is always a Saturday. Click here to see reports.
View Heat Reports
The Influenza (Flu) reports are generated weekly during the flu season and a yearly report is available summarizing the data. The reporting week coincides with the MMWR week and are not the same every year. Weekly reports have a time period from Sunday to Saturday, with the week ending always on Saturday. Click below to see more information. Click here to see reports.
The Office of Epidemiology publishes monthly outbreak summaries that detail the number of outbreaks reported to the Maricopa County Department of Health, the type of outbreak, and the number of outbreaks by facility. This data is also presented in an end of year outbreak report that includes information about how outbreak investigations are conducted as well as recommendations on ways to prevent future outbreaks. Click here to see reports.
- Monthly Summary Reports
- End of Year Reports
In 2006, the Office of Epidemiology developed and initiated a comprehensive surveillance system that tracks the number and type of rabies exposures, risk factors, and number of individuals that received post-exposure prophylaxis. The end of year report describes epidemiological trends in rabid animals as well as the trends in human exposures to animals reported to MCDPH for rabies risk assessments. Click here to see reports.
Please click on the link below to access rabies statistics for Maricopa County:
View Rabies Stats
The Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) reports are generated weekly during the flu season and a yearly report is available summarizing the data. The reporting week coincides with the MMWR week and are not the same every year. Weekly reports have a time period from Sunday to Saturday, with the week ending always on Saturday. Click on a link below to the corresponding weekly or annual report to see more information. Click here to see reports.
View RSV Reports
The Office of Sexually Transmitted Diseases provides statistics about sexually transmitted disease incidence in Maricopa County. Please click on the link below for more information or click here.
The Tuberculosis Control and Prevention program provides diagnostic, treatment, and case management services for Maricopa County residents and visitors diagnosed with latent tuberculosis infection and active tuberculosis disease. The program publishes an annual report on tuberculosis incidence and treatment in Maricopa County. Click here to see the reports.
Please click the button below for more information:
View TB Statistics
The Maricopa County Department of Public Health (MCDPH), Office of Epidemiology, and the Maricopa County Department of Environmental Services (MCDES), Office of Vector Control, collaborate to educate and protect the residents of Maricopa County against West Nile virus. The reports below provide detailed information about West Nile virus activity in Maricopa County:
Click here to see reports.
- Weekly Seasonal Reports
- End of Year Reports
- Statistics from Maricopa County Environmental Services