The Clark County Health Status Report is a series of volumes covering the Southern Nevada Health District's reports to the community.
Reporting health status helps us understand and interpret the health of our population, and is at the heart of the Southern Nevada Health District's mission to protect and promote the health and well-being of Southern Nevada residents and visitors.
The Clark County Health Status Report is a tool for planning, as well as for learning. We hope it will stimulate further questions, generate discussions, and guide activities to improve the health status of Clark County residents and visitors.
The Clark County Health Status Report Volume I,PDF (1.16 MB/83 pages) published in January 2007, is an overview of socio-economic context and population health, as well as communicable disease reports between 2000 and 2004.
The Clark County Health Status Report Volume II,PDF (8 MB/241 pages) published in June 2007, is an overview of health risk behaviors associated with noncommunicable diseases and conditions that contribute to the leading causes of death and disability among county residents. This report examines indicators related to health status, health care access, health behaviors and outcomes.
The Clark County Health Status Report 2007 Supplement, Volume I,PDF (3.6 MB/130 pages) published in December 2007, provides the most recent data available on preventable morbidity and mortality with a focus on non-communicable diseases and conditions. This report presents a broad statistical summary of key features of the health status of our population and of health determinants, and monitors changes in these health indicators over time.
The Additional Data Tables,PDF (1.4 MB/86 pages) also published in December 2007, provide tabulated annual prevalence estimates of health indicators for the state of Nevada, Washoe County, and other participating counties in Nevada combined (excluding Clark and Washoe) between 2000 and 2006.
The Clark County Health Status Report 2007 Supplement, Volume II, PDF (9 MB/175 pages) published January 2009, presents the most recent data available from the national and statewide Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance (YRBS), provides observations on the prevalence, patterns and trends of selected measures of youth health risks and behaviors in Clark County, and monitors changes in the selected measures over time.