Hudson Valley health: Health care

How healthy is your county?

In March, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, together with the University of Wisconsin, compiled health data on nearly every county in the United States, including those in Westchester, Rockland and the Hudson Valley, analyzing criteria from adult obesity to healthy food access to education. Below, you'll find detailed information about your county, and how it compares to the rest of the region and New York State.

NOTE: "Health care costs" refers to price-adjusted Medicare spending (parts A and B) per enrollee.



Other indicators:

Mortality | Behaviors | Health care | Clinical care | Social/economic | Environment | Demographics | Outcomes | Income/education/crime | Commute/nutrition
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County % Uninsured adults Ratio of population to mental health providers Health care costs (in dollars) % Could not see doctor due to cost Ratio of population to dentists
Westchester 15 266:1 $9,320 11% 886:1
Orange 15 1133:1 $9,925 13% 2167:1
Rockland 14 2119:1 $9,824 14% 1033:1
Dutchess 14 411:1 $8,738 12% 1707:1
Ulster 16 1387:1 $8,700 12% 1945:1
Putnam 10 3417:1 $9,494 7% 2426:1
NY State 16 1275:1 $9,326 12% 1940:1
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