Neighborhood Health Profile Reports

Neighborhood Health Profile Reports

The Neighborhood Health Profiles bring together data about significant health outcomes and present them for each of the 55 Community Statistical Areas in the city of Baltimore. Community Statistical Areas are clusters of neighborhoods developed by the City’s Planning Department based on recognizable city neighborhoods. Each NHP compares the CSA’s health outcomes to the city as a whole. Analysis of these data reinforces that where we live, learn, work, and play has a powerful impact on our health.

Please select a neighborhood from the list below to view that neighborhood's health profile. Please click here to learn more about these reports and to see citywide data.

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NOTE: These 55 reports were revised on June 9, 2017. Please ensure you are using the most recent version.

2017 Neighborhood Health Profile Data Downloads

Click here to download an Excel file of the 2017 Neighborhood Health Profile data (revised June 9, 2017).

Click here to download a PDF of technical notes for the 2017 Neighborhood Health Profile data (revised June 9, 2017).

Community Statistical Area 2008 2011 2017
Allendale/Irvington/South Hilton PDF PDF PDF
Beechfield/Ten Hills/West Hills PDF PDF PDF
Belair-Edison PDF PDF PDF
Brooklyn/Curtis Bay/Hawkins Point PDF PDF PDF
Cedonia/Frankford PDF PDF PDF
Cherry Hill PDF PDF PDF
Chinquapin Park/Belvedere PDF PDF PDF
Claremont/Armistead PDF PDF PDF
Clifton-Berea PDF PDF PDF
Cross-Country/Cheswolde PDF PDF PDF
Dickeyville/Franklintown PDF PDF PDF
Dorchester/Ashburton PDF PDF PDF
Downtown/Seton Hill PDF PDF PDF
Edmondson Village PDF PDF PDF
Fells Point PDF PDF PDF
Forest Park/Walbrook PDF PDF PDF
Glen-Fallstaff PDF PDF PDF
Greater Charles Village/Barclay PDF PDF PDF
Greater Govans PDF PDF PDF
Greater Mondawmin PDF PDF PDF
Greater Roland Park/Poplar Hill PDF PDF PDF
Greater Rosemont PDF PDF PDF
Greenmount East PDF PDF PDF
Hamilton PDF PDF PDF
Harbor East/Little Italy * * PDF
Harford/Echodale PDF PDF PDF
Highlandtown PDF PDF PDF
Howard Park/West Arlington PDF PDF PDF
Inner Harbor/Federal Hill PDF PDF PDF
Jonestown/Oldtown PDF PDF *
Lauraville PDF PDF PDF
Loch Raven PDF PDF PDF
Madison/East End PDF PDF PDF
Medfield/Hampden/Woodberry/Remington PDF PDF PDF
Midway/Coldstream PDF PDF PDF
Morrell Park/Violetville PDF PDF PDF
Mount Washington/Coldspring PDF PDF PDF
North Baltimore/Guilford/Homeland PDF PDF PDF
Northwood PDF PDF PDF
Oldtown/Middle East * * PDF
Orangeville/East Highlandtown PDF PDF PDF
Patterson Park North & East PDF PDF PDF
Penn North/Reservoir Hill PDF PDF PDF
Perkins/Middle East PDF PDF *
Pimlico/Arlington/Hilltop PDF PDF PDF
Poppleton/The Terraces/Hollins Market PDF PDF PDF
Sandtown-Winchester/Harlem Park PDF PDF PDF
South Baltimore PDF PDF PDF
Southeastern PDF PDF PDF
Southern Park Heights PDF PDF PDF
Southwest Baltimore PDF PDF PDF
The Waverlies PDF PDF PDF
Upton/Druid Heights PDF PDF PDF
Washington Village/Pigtown PDF PDF PDF
Westport/Mount Winans/Lakeland PDF PDF PDF

* Community Statistical Area (CSA) boundaries were redrawn after the 2010 decennial U. S. Census; most notably, the area originally comprised of the CSAs Jonestown/Oldtown and Perkins/Middle East is now comprised of the CSAs Harbor East/Little Italy and Oldtown/Middle East. This change occurred during the publication of the 2011 Neighborhood Health Profiles; hence those and the 2008 reports refer to the original CSA boundaries, while the 2017 reports refer to the redrawn CSA boundaries.

Community Statistical Area Boundaries for the 2017 Neighborhood Health Profiles

2017 Neighborhood Health Profiles CSA boundaries

Community Statistical Area Boundaries for the 2008 and 2011 Neighborhood Health Profiles

Baltimore CSA map