Local Public Health Indicators

Local public health indicators (LPHIs) show the health status of Washingtonians for a variety of measures. Originally the LPHI topics were chosen through a statewide workgroup composed of Local Health partners, other stakeholders, and the Department of Health, and are now available on WTN.

Local Health Jurisdictions can use the LPHI measures for their community health assessments, but anyone can benefit from viewing the LPHI measures.

View the Data

Access to Care

Communicable Diseases

Maternal and Child Health

Prevention and Health Promotion

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To learn more about Local Public Health Indicators, visit our LPHI page.

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For information or questions related to the Washington Tracking Network, email doh.wtn@doh.wa.gov.

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