DHMH Map Portals
The Environmental Public Health Tracking (EPHT) program is a state and national tracking network of environment and health data for the public, policy makers, researchers, and agencies. Health data includes asthma, birth defects, carbon monoxide poisoning, deaths, low birth weight, and myocardial infarction. Environmental data includes community water contaminants, ozone, and PM 2.5.
The interactive HEZ Eligibility Data Map displays the following data for zip codes with a population of 5,000 or more: average life expectancy, average percent of low birth weight infants, average Medicaid enrollment rate, and average WIC participation rate.
More information about HEZs can be found here
The HIV Mapping Application is an interactive map displaying HIV rates by county, sex, race,and ethnicity. The HIV rate data are layered with the location of the HIV testing sites.
The Maryland Medicaid eHealth Statistics Dashboard Maps display county Medicaid statistics (inpatient, outpatient, and professional services combined) for the following diagnostic groups: ADHD/ADD, asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, congestive heart failure, dental visits, depression, diabetes, episodic mood disorder, flu shots, hypertension, pregnancy, substance abuse, and tobacco abuse. Data tables within the Map Dashboards stratify the data by age group and race/ethnicity.
The Rabies Cases Map displyas the number of animals identified as having rabies by county. Data are available historically to 2000. The rabies data are layered with the location of Animal Rabies Clinics.