Key findings of research into the health and well-being of the county's residents are published in the Understanding Herefordshire report, which replaced the Joint Strategic Needs Assessment and the State of Herefordshire report. More detailed topic pages about health and well-being are also available below.
The Director of Public Health also publishes an annual statutory report of the postition of health and well-being in the county.
Also available is a profile of the registered population of each GP practice in Herefordshire, which includes statistics such as the proportion of patients with particular conditions.
A number of topics relating to healthy lifestyles can be found on the children and young people page. In addition, a number of surveys look at healthy lifestyles amongst children and adults, for example the Every Child Matters Survey, the Teenage Lifestyle Survey, and the Regional Lifestyle Survey.
Downloadable resources containing a range of information about the health of people in Herefordshire. Much of information included in these reports is also included on the detailed topic pages in the links above.
Last updated: Monday, August 07, 2017
Link to Public Health England's tool to see how well Herefordshire is doing compared to other areas on indicators of public health.
Link to the Child & Maternal Health Observatory's profiles showing a range of indicators of children's health in local authorities compared to nationally.
Link to Health Profiles on the Association of Public Health Observatories website
Key indicators of the social determinants of health, health outcomes and social inequality - link to PDF file on London Health Observatory website