Alexandria Health Department (AHD) uses epidemiologists to:
- investigate communicable diseases reported by healthcare providers, labs, and schools
- offer guidance to residents, schools, long-term care facilities, and others to prevent and control the spread of disease
- monitor trends and analyzes data to guide program and policy development.
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Alexandria, VA 22302
Need AHD's latest report to clinicians or information on mandatory disease reporting? Visit www.alexandriava.gov/65006 for our Information for Healthcare Providers page.
- HIV / AIDS
- Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS)
- Pertussis (Whooping Cough)
- Zika Virus
Visit www.alexandriava.gov/11622 for information on hazard substances like lead or radon.
Statistics & Vital Data
Below are resources available for health-related statistics, from the Virginia Department of Health and throughout the area:
- Centers for Disease Control (CDC) Data and Statistics
- KIDS Count Data Center
- US Census Bureau
- VDH Division of Health Statistics
- Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service
- Teen Pregnancy Rate Improved in 2013
Publications & Reports
This anonymous, voluntary survey was given to Alexandria City Public School students in grades eight, ten and twelve. The Alexandria YRBS represents data collected a given school year, and is the result of academic, government, volunteer and non-governmental organizations working
together to improve the health and wellness of youth in Alexandria.
The County Health Rankings & Roadmaps program, a collaboration between the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute, measures health factors in nearly every county in America. The Rankings are compiled using county-level measures from a variety of national data sources. These measures are standardized and combined using scientifically-informed weights. A major goal of the program is to raise awareness about the many factors that influence health. View the city's 2017 Snapshot.
AHD has recently published
Health Profile I: Health Behaviors, Morbidity, and Mortality. This report focuses on key health indicators that are considered important to public health, are actionable, and are regularly reported. For each health indicator in the
report, AHD has provided information on how Alexandria is doing, as well as evidence-based recommendations to help improve health outcomes.
This Alexandria Health Department Report to Clinicians summarizes cases of reportable disease investigated by the health department in a calendar year. For this report, sexually transmitted infections (STI) and tuberculosis (TB) are presented separately from other reportable diseases.