Asthma Hospitalizations, All Ages, 2014

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Number of Hospitalizations Due to Asthma (N) and Age-Adjusted Rate (per 10,000 Residents), California Counties, All Ages, 2014

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CountyNRate
Merced 230 9.0
Alameda 1,595 10.5
Shasta 121 6.9
Imperial 166 8.8
Sutter 74 7.2
Fresno 1,208 12.0
Butte 153 7.4
San Bernardino 2,068 9.9
Yuba 53 7.3
San Joaquin 493 6.8
Los Angeles 9,190 9.3
Contra Costa 943 8.5
Kern 740 8.5
Tulare 347 7.6
Stanislaus 464 8.8
Mariposa <13  
CALIFORNIA OVERALL 29,373 7.6
Sacramento 1,216 8.3
Kings 173 12.0
Riverside 1,553 6.7
Madera 115 7.0
Amador 23 4.2
San Francisco 600 7.9
Del Norte 9  
Tehama 45 6.8
San Diego 2,059 6.5
Monterey 243 5.6
Santa Clara 1,081 5.7
Humboldt 94 6.3
Solano 268 6.2
El Dorado 97 5.5
Nevada 88 9.5
Siskiyou 13  2.8
San Mateo 367 4.6
Orange 1,641 5.3
Ventura 422 4.9
Lake 51 7.4
Sonoma 265 5.4
Santa Cruz 111 4.2
San Benito 31 5.5
Napa 69 4.5
Calaveras 30 6.2
San Luis Obispo 117 5.1
Placer 129 3.4
Yolo 75 4.0
Marin 90 3.2
Tuolumne 44 9.0
Santa Barbara 172 4.0
Mendocino 39 4.3
Colusa 13  5.5
Inyo <10  
Lassen 30 10.1
Glenn 18  6.3
Trinity 7  
Plumas 8  
Alpine 0  
Modoc 8  
Mono 6  
Sierra 0  

Data Source: Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development (OSHPD), 2012

*An asthma hospitalization is a discharge from a licensed acute care hospital in California with the primary diagnosis of asthma. The rate of asthma hospitalizations is the number of hospitalizations per 10,000 residents, age-adjusted to the 2000 U.S. population. Population denominators for rates are from the California Department of Finance. Rates based on numbers <12 are not reported.