Agencies & Authorities
Food Service Establishment Map: Last Inspection Food Service Establishment Map: Last Inspection Health
The point map shows violations found during the last inspection of the food service establishments. The initial view of the map is broken up into large geographic areas and displays the number of violations in each area. To drill down to a smaller geographic area, click directly on the area of the map or click the plus sign to zoom in on the map. The map can be filtered by facility, city, and county by changing these options under the Filter tab. Last inspection data is the most recently submitted and available data. This map excludes inspections conducted in New York City (https://nycopendata.socrata.com/), Suffolk County (http://apps.suffolkcountyny.gov/health/Restaurant/intro.html) and Erie County (http://www.healthspace.com/erieny). Inspections are a “snapshot” in time and are not always reflective of the day-to-day operations and overall condition of an establishment. This map is currently updated monthly. Occasionally, remediation may not appear until the following month due to the timing of the updates. Some counties provide this information on their own websites and information found there may be more frequently updated. For more information check out http://www.health.ny.gov/regulations/nycrr/title_10/part_14/subpart_14-1.htm, or go to the "About" section.
Health Coalitions Map: A Resource for Community Collaboration Health Coalitions Map: A Resource for Community Collaboration Health
The point map shows where the Department of Health funded coalitions are located. A health coalition is defined as “a group involving multiple sectors of the community; coming together to identify community needs and solve community problems”. Flyouts will display specific data for the health coalition selected, including a link to the health coalition's website where additional information can be found. If multiple health coalitions are located close together in such a way that the map cannot easily distinguish between them, the points may appear on top of each other. To view a coalition that is displayed in this way, click the next button at the bottom of the flyout for the coalition. For more information, please visit http://www.health.ny.gov/community/minority/ or go to the "About" tab.
Hospital-Acquired Infections Map Hospital-Acquired Infections Map Health
The point map shows the hospital-acquired infections (HAIs) reported for acute care hospitals. The initial view of the map displays the total hospital acquired infections for the state. To drill down to a smaller geographic area, click directly on the area of the map or use the plus sign to zoom in on the map. The map can be filtered by year or indicator name by changing these options under the Filters tab. PLEASE NOTE: Because of the complicated nature of the risk-adjustment methodology used to produce the HAI rates, the advice of a statistician is recommended before attempting to manipulate the data. Hospital-specific risk-adjusted rates cannot simply be combined. In addition, due to NYSDOH validation audits which may involve data from both the current and previous calendar year, a revised data file will be published the year after the original data file was released. For more information, check out http://www.health.ny.gov/statistics/facilities/hospital/hospital_acquired_infections/ or go to the "About" tab.
Radon Test Results Map by County: Beginning 1987 Radon Test Results Map by County: Beginning 1987 Health
The boundary map shows radon test results by county. The test results are provided on a monthly basis to the Department of Health’s Radon Program from a contracted radon testing laboratory. The color grading of the counties represent the average radon level of homes tested in the counties. The map can be filtered by test location in the home by changing these options under the Filter tab. Selecting the “Do not filter” option produces misleading results and is not recommended.The radon test results illustrated on this map may not be reflective of all radon tests completed in New York State. For more information, check out http://www.health.ny.gov/environmental/radiological/radon/radon.htm, or go to the "About" tab.
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