Health

4.

Children with a usual source of health care

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91%
92%91%94%91%91%NA

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2014Change2012LatinoWhiteAfrican
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Alameda4392%
91%NANANANANA
Alpine2692%
91%NANANANANA
Amador2692%
91%NANANANANA
Butte1392%
93%NANANANANA
Calaveras2692%
91%NANANANANA
Colusa2092%
91%NANANANANA
Contra Costa295%
92%NANANANANA
Del Norte3692%
94%NANANANANA
El Dorado3392%92%NANANANANA
Fresno195%
93%NANANANANA
Glenn2092%
91%NANANANANA
Humboldt1392%
93%NANANANANA
Imperial5687%
91%NANANANANA
Inyo2692%
91%NANANANANA
Kern3392%
90%NANANANANA
Kings5588%
94%NANANANANA
Lake3692%
91%NANANANANA
Lassen2092%
94%NANANANANA
Los Angeles4891%91%91%95%NANANA
Madera5389%
90%NANANANANA
Marin494%94%NANANANANA
Mariposa2692%
91%NANANANANA
Mendocino993%
92%NANANANANA
Merced893%
89%NANANANANA
Modoc3692%
94%NANANANANA
Mono2692%
91%NANANANANA
Monterey5190%
87%NANANANANA
Napa1892%
94%NANANANANA
Nevada593%
92%NANANANANA
Orange2092%
88%NANANANANA
Placer1392%
91%NANANANANA
Plumas3692%
94%NANANANANA
Riverside5289%
91%NANANANANA
Sacramento693%
88%NANANANANA
San Benito5489%
92%NANANANANA
San Bernardino5687%
93%NANANANANA
San Diego3592%
93%91%NANANANA
San Francisco1892%
94%NANANANANA
San Joaquin4691%
92%NANANANANA
San Luis Obispo1193%
91%NANANANANA
San Mateo295%
92%NANANANANA
Santa Barbara1193%93%NANANANANA
Santa Clara1392%
95%NANANANANA
Santa Cruz4791%
94%NANANANANA
Shasta2092%
94%NANANANANA
Sierra3692%
94%NANANANANA
Siskiyou3692%
94%NANANANANA
Solano993%
95%NANANANANA
Sonoma4591%
95%NANANANANA
Stanislaus5885%
90%NANANANANA
Sutter4891%
92%NANANANANA
Tehama2092%
91%NANANANANA
Trinity3692%
94%NANANANANA
Tulare4392%
94%NANANANANA
Tuolumne2692%
91%NANANANANA
Ventura5090%
93%NANANANANA
Yolo793%
94%NANANANANA
Yuba1392%92%NANANANANA

Notes

4. Children with a usual source of health careIncludes the percentage of children, ages 0-17, who have a usual source of health care, as a percentage of all children. Estimates exclude emergency room and urgent care visits as a usual source of care. County-level data are based on California Health Interview Survey (CHIS), Child and Teen Health Profile 2011-12 (July 2014). Children Now analysis of race/ethnicity data utilizes “Ask CHIS” to create multi-year estimates, pooling together 2009 and 2011-12 (July 2014). CHIS clusters responses into multi-county groups for select low-population counties. The multi-county groups are as follows: (1) Del Norte, Siskiyou, Lassen, Trinity, Plumas, Sierra, and Modoc counties; (2) Tehama, Glenn, and Colusa counties; (3)Tuolumne, Sierra, Calaveras, Amador, Inyo, Mariposa, Mono, and Alpine counties.

NA (Not Available)Data that are not available are noted as NA. The most frequent reasons for NAs include the unavailability of longitudinal data, fewer than 10 cases (low number events), and statistically unstable estimates.

*Data that are created from a 3-year average or a larger confidence interval are noted with an asterisk (*).

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