Epidemiology Data & Reports

Reports

Annual Disease Counts

We are currently updating this information. Please come back later for updated annual disease counts. 

DISEASE 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
HIV              
AIDS              
Campylobacteriosis              
Chlamydia              
Coccidiodomycosis (Valley Fever)              
Cryptosporidiosis              
E. Coli              
Giardiasis              
Gonorrhea              
Hepatitis A              
Hepatitis B (Chronic)              
Hepatitis C (Community) - -          
Hepatitis C (Correctional) - -          
Lyme Disease              
Measles (Rubeola)              
Meningitis (Bacterial)              
Meningitis (Viral)              
MRSA              
Pertussis              
Rubella              
Salmonella              
Shigellosis              
Syphilis (Primary/Secondary)              
Tuberculosis              

Frequently Asked Questions

Where can I find more local-level data?

ACTION for Healthy Communities
"What is the quality of life like in San Luis Obispo County? Do residents feel safe? Are there enough employment opportunities?" These are the questions a collaborative group of organizations asks every three years to assess the quality of life in San Luis Obispo County.

‚ÄčSLO Health Counts
SLO Health Counts is a health data hub that makes local health information easy to find and easy to understand. 

Where can I find more state-level data?

CA Department of Finance Demographic Forecasts
The California Department of Finance provides the most accurate demographic data and population forecasts for the region.

CHIS
The California Health Interview Survey (CHIS) is a survey of all Californians conducted every other year through UCLA to collect data on selected health indicators from various age groups in California. The data is collected and reported on a central website, and available for comparison across years of the survey.

STD Data
The California Department of Public Health provides STD summary tables to track county, California and national rates.

Where can I find more federal-level data?

U.S. Census Data
The U.S. Census Bureau collects and reports on a variety of data about America's changing population, housing and workforce through the U.S. Census, the American Community Survey, the Economic Census, and more.