Health

The data for this indicator for the Country, State and county is covered by Census Bureau, ACS 1-Year Estimates
and for the city data covered by Census Bureau, ACS 1-Year Estimates,
(Last updated: April 08, 2024.)

Overall Trend: The data shows a general increase in the percentage of people with health insurance over the years.
Regional Comparison: Some regions consistently have higher percentages of people with health insurance than others. Manteca has the highest, followed closely by Lodi, Tracy, and Stockton.
Missing Data: Data for 2020 is missing across all regions, making it difficult to assess the impact of the pandemic accurately.
Policy Implications: Regions with lower coverage percentages may need targeted efforts to improve access to health insurance.

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The data for this graph was acquired from the California Department of Public Health. 

(Last updated: December 26,2023)

Overall Trend: The data reveals a general trend of improvement in infant mortality rates across San Joaquin County, particularly in Stockton and Manteca. However, some cities, like Escalon, Ripon, and Mountain House, show high volatility.

Regional Comparison: San Joaquin County as a whole, Stockton, and Manteca, show a general trend of decreasing infant mortality rates. Escalon, Ripon, and Mountain House show high volatility with extreme spikes in certain years. Tracy and Lodi maintain relatively stable rates, with Tracy showing the lowest rates consistently

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Kindergartners with up to Date Vaccines

The data for this indicator for the State and county is covered by California Department of Public Health, taken from Kindergarten summary reports.
(Last updated: April 08, 2024.)

Overall Trend: Both California and San Joaquin County show increasing trends in the percentage of kindergartners with up-to-date vaccines over the years.
Comparison:
1. San Joaquin County generally has a higher percentage than California, except for a few years.
2. Both regions reflect positive vaccination trends, indicating effective policies and programs.
3. California experienced a slight decrease in 2020-2021, while San Joaquin County maintained stability.

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Community Walkability
Walk Score® Table
Walk Score® Description
90–100
Walker's Paradise - Daily errands do not require a car.
70–89
Very Walkable - Most errands can be accomplished on foot.
50–69
Somewhat Walkable - Some errands can be accomplished on foot.
25–49
Car-Dependent - Most errands require a car.
0–24
Car-Dependent - Almost all errands require a car.
Community Bikeability
Walk Score® Table
Bike Score® Description
90–100
Biker's Paradise - Daily errands can be accomplished on a bike.
70–89
Very Bikeable - Biking is convenient for most trips.
50–69
Bikeable - Some bike infrastructure.
0–49
Somewhat Bikeable - Minimal bike infrastructure.

The data of all cities of San Joaquin County and the Description table for this indicator is covered by Walk Score.
(Last updated: April 08, 2024.)

Walkability vs. Bikeability: There seems to be a correlation between Walk Score and Bike Score. Cities with higher Walk Scores tend to have higher Bike Scores, indicating that they are more friendly to both pedestrians and cyclists.

Consistency: Cities like Manteca, Stockton, and Tracy have relatively similar scores for both Walk Score® and Bike Score

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The data for this indicator for Country and State is covered by IHME Global health Data Exchange, taken from files available in the link.
(Last updated: April 08, 2024.)

Overall Trend: Males in San Joaquin County have a shorter life expectancy than the national average. Females in San Joaquin County have a life expectancy equal to the national average. The gender disparity in life expectancy is slightly wider in San Joaquin County than the national average

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The data for this indicator for Country and State is covered by IHME Global health Data Exchange, taken from files available in the link.
(Last updated: April 08, 2024.)

Notes: AIAN (American Indian/Alaska Native), API (Asian/Pacific Islander)

Overall Trend: For every racial/ethnic group listed, life expectancy in San Joaquin County is lower than the corresponding national average.

Comparison: The most significant disparities are observed in the American Indian/Alaska Native and Black populations, with the largest gaps between local and national life expectancies. Asians/Pacific Islanders and Latinos, show notable gaps compared to their national averages.

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Life Expectancy by San Joaquin County Census Tract (2010-2015)