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Rural/Non-Rural Map

Rural and Non-Rural Map

 

Rural Health and Primary Care defines rural and non-rural regions Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol by Regional Public Health Network

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Significant Health Disparities by New Hampshire Regional Public Health Networks (RPHNs)Data source: NH Health WISDOM


Heart Attack Mortality

Heart Attack Mortality



Between 2011 and 2015, rural RPHNs Coos and Belknap had significantly higher rates of heart attack mortality Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol among adults than the rest of the state.


Congestive Heart Failure Mortality


Congestive Heart Failure Mortality


Between 2011 and 2015, adults in rural RPHNs Coos and Cheshire had significantly lower rates of congestive heart failure mortality Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol than the rest of the state, while adults in non-rural RPHNs Manchester and Rockingham had significantly higher rates of congestive heart failure mortality than the rest of the state.


Obesity Among High School Students

Obesity Among High School Students











In 2015, rural RPHNs Coos, Greater Sullivan, and Greater Monadnock had significantly higher rates of obesity among high school students Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol than the rest of the state.

Note: The Regional Public Health Networks contained in above charts have since been updated. Please refer to the rural/non-rural RPHNs map, above, for updated content.

 

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