Asthma Hospitalizations, Children, 2014

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Number of Hospitalizations Due to Asthma (N) and Age-Adjusted Rate (per 10,000 Residents), California Counties, Children 0-17, 2014

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COUNTYNRate
Imperial 93 17.8
Alameda 685 19.2
Fresno 627 21.9
Madera 68 15.6
Butte 58 13.2
San Bernardino 720 12.6
Contra Costa 288 11.9
Merced 87 11.0
Shasta 44 11.5
Sutter 27 10.5
Stanislaus 168 11.7
Los Angeles 2,867 12.2
CALIFORNIA OVERALL 10,031 10.9
Riverside 535 9.0
El Dorado 28 8.1
San Joaquin 171 8.8
Tulare 128 8.7
San Diego 745 9.9
Kings 56 12.8
Yuba 15 6.9
Sacramento 466 12.8
Monterey 104 8.8
Santa Clara 326 7.2
Kern 245 9.4
San Francisco 180 13.4
Humboldt 15 5.7
Santa Cruz 42 7.2
San Luis Obispo 54 11.0
Orange 509 7.1
Solano 63 6.5
Ventura 100 4.9
Sonoma 102 9.9
Marin 30 6.1
Yolo 17 3.9
Napa 12 4.1
Placer 44 5.6
Santa Barbara 70 7.1
San Mateo 108 6.3
Nevada 16 9.8
Tehama 23 15.7
San Benito 7  
Lake 12  9.4
Siskiyou 6  
Mendocino 17 8.9
Del Norte <5  
Alpine 0  
Amador <5  
Calaveras 5  
Colusa <5  
Glenn <11  
Inyo <5  
Lassen 11  
Mariposa <5  
Modoc 0  
Mono <5  
Plumas 0  
Sierra 0  
Trinity <5  
Tuolumne 18  19.9

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.