About This Site


This website is sponsored by The Toronto Community Health Profiles Partnership to make detailed, area-level health data available to everyone. Our goal is to support action to reduce health inequities in Toronto. For more information see About Us.
 

What's New


 •  Ontario Dissemination Areas (DA) Conversion File, 2011

 •  2011 Census-based population denominators data

 •  See new LHIN-level data and maps

 •  Adult Health and Disease 2012, data and maps

 •  FAQs tab - Q and A to commonly asked questions

 •  Sexual Health 2012 data and maps

 •  Socio-demographic, Language (Census) 2011 data

 •  Link to Toronto Demographics 2011 and Seniors Strategy

 •  Hospital Admissions 2012 data and maps

 •  Diabetes Atlas for the Region of Peel, 2013

 •  Urban HEART @Toronto executive summary and data

 •  Top 1% & 5% High Cost Health Care Users - maps

 •  Mothers and Babies 2011, data

 •  2011 Census demographic and living arrangement
     data for download; socio-demographic maps

 •  Combine Toronto Neighbourhoods to generate data
     for Custom Geographies

 •  Download Data tables in EXCEL or PDF format


    Check our Archived Data page to find older data
    and reports (up to 2006)


Coming Soon


 •  Updates to Emergency Department Care visits and
     Hospital Admissions data (more indicators coming)

 

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What Information Can You Find Here?

Find health information about your community by clicking on the Data, Maps and Charts tab above OR search Health Profiles by topic and area using the Search Data by Topic tab.

We provide health and health-related indicators in three basic forms:
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Health Profiles Health Data Maps Equity Analyses
Health Profiles Health Data Maps Equity Analyses

Health Profiles:
Community-level health indicators - the Health Profiles provide detailed statistics about people living in communities and how these communities compare with the City of Toronto overall. These data are available in table format.

Health Data Maps: Toronto or Ontario-wide health indicators - maps give an overview of how the health of different communities within Toronto or Ontario compare with each other.

Equity Analyses: Graphs are used to show how peoples' health may differ depending on their income or immigration status. These analyses focus on people living in communities and not the communities themselves.

Ontario Marginalization Index (ON-Marg) Ontario Marginalization Index: The Ontario Marginalization Index
(ON-Marg) can be used to understand inequalities in health and other social problems related to health among either population groups or geographic areas.

Toronto Walkability Index: The final composite index composed of four variables: population density, residential dwelling density, availability of retail destinations, and street connectivity, within a 10 minute walk.

Urban HEART @Toronto Urban HEART @Toronto: Urban HEART @Toronto is a tool that helps us measure how well Toronto`s 140 neighbourhoods are doing across a variety of policy domains including economic opportunities, social and human development, civic engagement, physical environment and infrastructure, and population health.
 
Please see About the Data section for information about definitions, data quality and limitations, and selection and preparation of variables.
 

    Please read the following terms and conditions of use carefully before
    using the data: Terms Of Use.

 
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