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1 Community Health Assessment APPENDIX A

2 2 Community Health Assessment Table of Contents: Appendix A A Community Report Card will be developed based on identified strengths and opportunities for improvement. The Community Report Card will be a condensed, graphic version of key findings from this comprehensive assessment. The full text of this document as well as all appendices will be published online with active links to tables for easy navigation within the document. This design should allow researchers and grant writers to easily find information about the health status of Broome County residents. It is hoped that the depth and breadth of this assessment provides the groundwork for a variety of projects that support the health of Broome County residents. The Steering Committee felt strongly about individuals and communities taking personal responsibility for their health. For that reason, this community health assessment and the planned community report card seek to provide them with useful tools. These documents will be published to the following web address: In conjunction with the Community Health Assessment, the area hospitals completed their Community Service Plans (CSPs). These will be published online at the following addresses: The Community Service Plan for United Health Services Hospitals will be published to the following web address: The Community Service Plan for Our lady of Lourdes Memorial Hospital will be published to the following web address:

3 Community Health Assessment APPENDIX B

4 4 Community Health Assessment Table of Contents: Appendix B APPENDIX B...3 POPULATION B 1.Total Population, New York State, Census B 2. Population Density, New York State, Census B 3. Total Population by Quartiles, New York State, Census B 4. Population Change, New York State, Census AGE B 5. Population Estimates by Age Group and Gender, Broome County, NY, B 6. Population Estimates by Selected Age Groups and Genders, Broome County, NY, B 7. Median Age, New York State, Census B 8. Percent Under 18, New York State, Census B 9. Percent Over 65, New York State, Census B 10. Age Group by Municipality, Broome County, NYS, Census RACE & ETHNICITY B 11. Population Estimates by Race, Broome County, NY, B 12. Population Estimates by Ethnicity and Race, Broome County, NY, B 13. Population Trend for Black Non-Hispanics, Broome County, NY, B 14. Population Trend for Asian Non-Hispanics, Broome County, NY, B 15. Population Trend for Hispanics, Broome County, NY, B 16. Race and Ethnicity by Municipality, Broome County, NY, Census INCOME B 17. Income in the Past 12 months by Household (in 2011 Inflation-Adjusted Dollars), Broome County, NY, B 18. Earnings in the Past 12 Months (in 2011 Inflation-Adjusted Dollars), Broome County, NY, B 19. Per Capita Income, New York Census B 20. Median Income in the Past 12 Months (in 2011 Inflation-Adjusted Dollars), Broome County, NY, B 21. Median Family Income, New York State Census, B 22. Median Household Income, New York State Census, B 23. Percent of Households with Income Less than $10,000, New York State Census, B 24. Percent of Households with Income Over $10,000, New York State Census, B 25. Percent of Households with Income Over $100,000, New York State Census, B 26. Median Family Income in US Dollars, Broome County (single year), [Crude Rate]... 29

5 Community Health Assessment B 27. Median Family Income in U.S. Dollars, POVERTY B 28. Poverty Status in the Past 12 Months, Broome County, NY, B 29. Poverty Status in the Past 12 Months of Families, Broome County, NY, B 30. Food Stamps/SNAP, Broome County, NY, B 31. Percentage of Population at or Below Poverty Level, Broome County (single year), [Crude Rate] B 32. Percent of Individuals in Poverty, New York State Census, B 33. Percentage of Children at or Below Poverty Level (age <18 years), Broome County (single year), [Crude Rate] B 34. Percent of Individuals 18 and Over in Poverty, New York State Census, B 35. Percent of Individuals 65 and Over in Poverty, New York State Census, B 36. Percent of Families in Poverty with Female Householder, No Husband Present, New York State Census, B 37. Percent of Population at or Below Poverty Level, B 38. Percentage of Children Ages < 18 Years at or Below Poverty Level, B 39. Income and Poverty Status by Municipality, Broome County, NYS, B 40. Percent Below Poverty Level by Municipality among Families, Broome County, NYS, EMPLOYMENT B 41. Employment Status by Selected Demographic Characteristics, Broome County, NY, B 42. Work Status in the Past 12 Months, Broome County, NY, B 43. Employment Characteristics of Families, Broome County, NY, B 44. Percentage of Labor Force Unemployed (single year), Broome County & Upstate New York, [Crude Rate] B 45. Percent Unemployed, New York State Census, B 46. Percent of Labor Force Unemployed, B 47.Educational Attainment, Broome County, NY, B 48. Percent Female Labor Force Participation, New York State Census, EDUCATION B 49. School Enrollment, Broome County, NY, B 50. High School Drop Out Rate, Broome County (single year & 3-year average) & Upstate New York, [Crude Rate] B 51. High School Drop Out Rate, B 52. Percent Less Than 9 Years Education, New York State Census B 53. Percent High School Education as Highest Attainment, New York State Census B 54. Percent Bachelor s Degree or Higher, New York State Census B 55. Educational Attainment and School Enrollment by Municipality, Broome County, NY,

6 6 Community Health Assessment B 56. Educational Facilities, Broome County, NY HOUSING B 57. Selected Housing Characteristics, Broome County, NY, B 58. Housing Units Vacancy Rate, New York State Census, B 59. Percent of Single Units, Detached, New York State Census, B 60. Percent of Single Family Units, New York State Census, B 61. Percent of Housing Units in Structures with 10+ Units, New York State Census, B 62. Percent of Housing Units Built Before 1940, New York State Census, B 63. Percent Owner Occupied Units, New York State Census, B 64. Percent Renter Occupied Units, New York State Census, B 65. Average Household Size, New York State Census, B 66. Percent of Housing Units Where Householder Moved in Before 1970, New York State Census, B 67. Percent of Housing Units Where Householder Moved in Since 2005, New York State Census, B 68. Percent of Households with No Vehicles, New York State Census, B 69. Percent of Households with 3 or More Vehicles, New York State Census, B 70. Percent of Households with Gas Heat, New York State Census, B 71. Percent of Households with Electric Heat, New York State Census, B 72. Percent of Households with No Plumbing Facilities, New York State Census, B 73. Percent of Households with No Kitchen, New York State Census, B 74. Percent of Households with No Telephone Service, New York State Census, B 75. Median Value of Housing Units, New York State Census, B 76. Percent of Housing Units Valued Under $50,000, New York State Census, B 77. Percent of Housing Units Valued over $300,000, New York State Census, B 78. Percent of Housing Units With Gross Rent Under $300, New York State Census, B 79. Percent of Housing Units With Gross Rent Under $300, New York State Census, MARITAL STATUS B 80. Marital Status, Broome County, NY, HOUSEHOLDS & FAMILIES B 81. Households and Families, Broome County, NY, 2009, FERTILITY B 82. Fertility, Broome County, NY, 2009, GRANDPARENTS B 83. Grandparent Characteristics, Broome County, NY, LANGUAGE & NATIVITY... 73

7 Community Health Assessment B 84. Characteristics of Residents by Language Spoken at Home, Broome County, NY, B 85. Language Spoken at Home, Broome County, NY, B 86. Percent Recent Entrants ( ). New York State Census, B 87. Percent Foreign Born, New York State Census, B 88. Percent Speaking Language Other Than English, New York State, Census B 89. Percent Speaking English Less Than Very Well, New York State, Census DISABILITY B 90. Disability Characteristics by Gender, Broome County, NY, B 91. Disability Characteristics, Broome County, NY, B 92. Percent Disabled, New York State Census B 93. Disability among Adults, Broome County, NY, B 94. Have Health Problem that Requires the Use of Special Equipment among Adults, Broome County, NY, B 95. Activity Limitations Because of Physical, Mental or Emotional Problems among Adults, Broome County, NY, VETERAN STATUS B 96. Veteran Status, Broome County, NY, COMMUTING B 97. Commuting Characteristics, Broome County, NY, B 98. Percent Commuting via Public Transportation, New York State Census B 99. Mean Travel Time to Work (Minutes), New York State Census COUNTY HEALTH INDICATORS BY RACE / ETHNICITY (CHIRE) B 100. Broome County Health Indicators by Race/Ethnicity, DEMOGRAPHIC SUMMARY TABLE B 101. SUMMARY TABLE: Demographic, Social, Economic, and Housing Profile Comparisons, Broome County, New York State, United States, FAMILY PLANNING B 102. Family Planning / Natality Indicators, Broome County, Upstate New York, New York State, B 103. Birth Rate, Broome County (single year & 3-year average) & Upstate New York, [Crude Rate] B 104. Percentage of Births within 24 Months of Previous Pregnancy, Broome County (single year & 3- year average) & Upstate New York, [Crude Rate] B 105. Births within 24 Months of Previous Pregnancy, B 106. Percentage of Births to Teens (age 15-17), Broome County (single year & 3-year average) & Upstate New York, [Crude Rate] B 107. Percentage of Births to Teens (age 15-19), Broome County (single year & 3-year average) & Upstate New York, [Crude Rate]... 96

8 8 Community Health Assessment B 108. Percentage of Births to Teens (age 15-19), B 109. Adolescent Birth Rates by Zip Code B 110. Percentage of Births to Women 25 Years and Older Without High School Education, B 111. Percentage of Births to Women 35 Years and Older, Broome County (single year & 3-year average) & Upstate New York, [Crude Rate] B 112. Percentage of Births to Women 35 Years and Older, B 113. Fertility Rate per 1,000 Females (age 15-44) Broome County (single year & 3-year average) & Upstate New York, [Crude Rate] B 114. Fertility Rate per 1,000 Females (age 15-44), B 115. Teen Fertility Rate per 1,000 Females (age 10-14), Broome County (single year & 3-year average) & Upstate New York, [Crude Rate] B 116. Teen Fertility Rate per 1,000 (Births to Mothers ages years/female Population ages years), B 117. Teen Fertility Rate per 1,000 Females (age 15-17), Broome County (single year & 3-year average) & Upstate New York, [Crude Rate] B 118. Teen Fertility Rate per 1,000, (Births to Mothers ages 15-17/Female Population ages 15-17, B 119. Teen Fertility Rate per 1,000 Females (age 15-19), Broome County (single year & 3-year average) & Upstate New York, New York State, [Crude Rate] B 120. Teen Fertility Rate per 1,000, (Births to Mothers ages 15-19/Female Population ages 15-19), B 121. Teen Fertility Rate per 1,000 Females (age 18-19), Broome County (single year & 3-year average) & Upstate New York, [Crude Rate] B 122. Teen Fertility Rate per 1,000, (Births to Mothers ages 18-19/Female Population ages 18-19), B 123. Pregnancy Rate per 1,000 Females (age 15-44), Broome County (single year & 3-year average) & Upstate New York, [Crude Rate] B 124. Pregnancy Rate per 1,000 Females (age 15-44), B 125. Pregnancy Rate per 1,000 Females (age 10-14) Broome County (single year & 3-year average) & Upstate New York, [Crude Rate] B 126. Teen Pregnancy Rate per 1,000 Females (ages years), B 127. Pregnancy Rate per 1,000 Females (age 15-17) Broome County (single year & 3-year average) & Upstate New York, [Crude Rate] B 128. Teen Pregnancy Rate per 1,000, years, B 129. Pregnancy Rate per 1,000 Females (age 15-19) Broome County (single year & 3-year average) & Upstate New York, [Crude Rate] B 130. Pregnancy Rate per 1,000 Females (age 18-19) Broome County (single year & 3-year average) & Upstate New York, [Crude Rate]

9 Community Health Assessment B 131. Abortion Ratio (all ages) Broome County (single year & 3-year average) & Upstate New York, [Crude Rate] B 132. Abortion Ratio, Induced Abortions per 100 Live Births (all ages), B 133. Abortion Ratio (age 15-19) Broome County (single year & 3-year average) & Upstate New York, [Crude Rate] B 134. Abortion Ratio, Induced Abortions per 100 Live Births (age 15-19) B 135. Adolescent Pregnancy Rates by Zip Code, Broome County, NY, MORBIDITY: HOSPITALIZATIONS & EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT VISITS B 136. Total Hospitalization Rate per 10,000, Broome County (single year & 3-year average) & Upstate New York, [Crude Rate] B 137. Age-Adjusted Total Hospitalization Rate per 10,000, Broome County (single year & 3-year average) & Upstate New York, [Adjusted Rate] B 138. Total Emergency Department Visit Rate per 10,000, Broome County (single year & 3-year average) & Upstate New York, [Crude Rate] B 139. Age-Adjusted Total Emergency Department Visit Rate per 10,000, Broome County (single year & 3-year average) & Upstate New York, [Adjusted Rate] B 140. Total Emergency Department Visit Rate per 10,000, YEARS OF PRODUCTIVE LIFE LOST B 141. Years of Potential Life Lost per 100,000, Broome County (single year & 3-year average) & Upstate New York, [Crude Rate] B 142. Years of Potential Life Lost per 100,000, MORTALITY B 143. Mortality Indicators, Broome County, Upstate New York, New York State, B 144. Total Mortality Rate per 100,000, Broome County (single year & 3-year average) & Upstate New York, [Crude Rate] B 145. Total Mortality Rate per 100,000, B 146. All Cancers Age-Adjusted Mortality Rate per 100,000, Broome County (single year & 3-year average) & Upstate New York, [Adjusted Rate] B 147. Percentage of Premature Deaths (age <75 years) per 100,000, Broome County (single year & 3- year average) & Upstate New York, [Crude Rate] B 148. Percentage Premature Deaths (ages <75 Years), B 149. Fatal Work-Related Injuries per 100,000 Employed Persons (age 16 and older), Broome County & Upstate New York, [Crude Rate, 2-year average] B 150. Fatal Work Related Injuries per 100,000 Employed Persons Aged 16 and Older, B 151. Oral Cavity and Pharynx Cancer Mortality Rate per 100,000, Broome County (single year & 3- year average) & Upstate New York, [Crude Rate] B 152. Oral Cavity and Pharynx Cancer Age-Adjusted Mortality Rate per 100,000, Broome County (single year & 3-year average) & Upstate New York, [Adjusted Rate]

10 10 Community Health Assessment B 153. Colon and Rectum Cancer Mortality Rate per 100,000, Broome County (single year & 3-year average) & Upstate New York, [Crude Rate] B 154. Colon and Rectum Cancer Age-Adjusted Mortality Rate per 100,000, Broome County (single year & 3-year average) & Upstate New York, [Adjusted Rate] B 155. Lung and Bronchus Cancer Mortality Rate per 100,000, Broome County (single year & 3-year average) & Upstate New York, [Crude Rate] B 156. Lung and Bronchus Cancer Age-Adjusted Mortality Rate per 100,000, Broome County (single year & 3-year average) & Upstate New York, [Adjusted Rate] B 157. Melanoma Cancer Mortality Rate per 100,000, Broome County (single year & 3-year average) & Upstate New York, [Crude Rate] B 158. Melanoma Cancer Age-Adjusted Mortality Rate per 100,000, Broome County (single year & 3- year average) & Upstate New York, [Adjusted Rate] B 159. Female Breast Cancer Mortality Rate per 100,000, Broome County (single year & 3-year average) & Upstate New York, [Crude Rate] B 160. Female Breast Cancer Age-Adjusted Mortality Rate per 100,000, Broome County (single year & 3-year average) & Upstate New York, [Adjusted Rate] B 161. Cervix Uteri Cancer Mortality Rate per 100,000, Broome County (single year & 3-year average) & Upstate New York, [Crude Rate] B 162. Cervix Uteri Cancer Age-Adjusted Mortality Rate per 100,000, Broome County (single year & 3- year average) & Upstate New York, [Adjusted Rate] B 163. Ovarian Cancer Mortality Rate per 100,000, Broome County (single year & 3-year average) & Upstate New York, [Crude Rate] B 164. Ovarian Cancer Age-Adjusted Mortality Rate per 100,000, Broome County (single year & 3-year average) & Upstate New York, [Adjusted Rate] B 165. Prostate Cancer Mortality Rate per 100,000, Broome County (single year & 3-year average) & Upstate New York, [Crude Rate] B 166. Prostate Cancer Age-Adjusted Mortality Rate per 100,000, Broome County (single year & 3- year average) & Upstate New York, [Adjusted Rate] INDICATORS FOR TRACKING PUBLIC HEALTH PRIORITIES B 167. Broome County Indicators for Tracking Public Health Priority Areas, PRIMARY AND PREVENTIVE HEALTH CARE SERVICES B 168. Cancer Screening among Women [Age-Adjusted], Broome County, New York State, B 169. Ever Had a Mammogram among Women Aged 40 and Older, Broome County, NY, B 170. Had a Mammogram within the Past 2 Years among Women Aged 40 and Older, Broome County, NY, B 171. Had a Mammogram within the Past 2 Years among Women Aged 50 and Older, Broome County, NY, B 172. Percentage of Women, 40 Years of Age and Older With Mammography Screening in the Past Two Years,

11 Community Health Assessment B 173. Ever Had a Pap Test among Women, Broome County, NY, B 174. Had a Pap Test within the Past 3 Years among Women, Broome County, NY, B 175. Age-adjusted Percentage of Women, 18 Years of Age and Older With Pap Smear in Past Three Years, B 176. Ever Had Blood Cholesterol Checked among Adults Aged 50 and Older, Broome County, NY, B 177. Blood Cholesterol Checked within the Past 5 Years among Adults Aged 50 and Older, Broome County, NY, B 178. Age-adjusted Percentage of Adults with Cholesterol Checked in the Last Five Years, B 179. High Blood Pressure among Adults Aged 50 and Older, Broome County, NY, B 180. Blood Pressure Medication among Adults Aged 50 and Older, Broome County, NY, B 181. Age-adjusted Percentage of Adults Ever Told They Have High Blood Pressure, B 182. Colon Cancer Screening among Adults [Age-Adjusted], Broome County, New York State, B 183. Ever Had a Digital Rectal Exam among Men Aged 40 and Older, Broome County, NY, B 184. Had a Digital Rectal Exam within the Past 2 Years among Men Aged 40 and Older, Broome County, NY, B 185. Home Blood Stool Test Ever Used among Adults Aged 50 and Older, Broome County, NY, B 186. Home Blood Stool Test Used within the Past Year among Adults Aged 50 and Older, Broome County, NY, B 187. Home Blood Stool Test Used within the Past 2 Years among Adults Aged 50 and Older, Broome County, NY, B 188. Ever Had a Sigmoidoscopy or Colonoscopy among Adults Aged 50 and Older, Broome County, NY, B 189. Sigmoidoscopy or Colonoscopy within the Past 10 Years among Adults Aged 50 and Older, Broome County, NY, B 190. Home Blood Stool Test within the Past Year or Sigmoidoscopy or Colonoscopy within the Past 10 Years among Adults Aged 50 and Older, Broome County, NY, B 191. Prostate Cancer Screening among Men [Age-Adjusted], Broome County, New York State, B 192. Ever Had a Prostate Specific Antigen Test among Men Aged 40 and Older, Broome County, NY, B 193. Had a Prostate Specific Antigen Test within the Past 2 Years among Men Aged 40 and Older, Broome County, NY, B 194. Prostate Cancer among Men Aged 40 and Older, Broome County, NY, CHILD AND ADOLESCENT HEALTH INDICATORS

12 12 Community Health Assessment B 195. Child and Adolescent Health Indicators, Broome County, Upstate New York, New York State, B 196. Asthma Hospitalization Rate per 10,000, B 197. Asthma Hospitalization Rate per 10,000 (age 0-4) Broome County (single year & 3-year average) & Upstate New York, [Crude Rate] B 198. Asthma Hospitalization Rate per 10,000 (age 0-4), B 199. Asthma Hospitalization Rate per 10,000 (age 5-14) Broome County (single year & 3-year average) & Upstate New York, [Crude Rate] B 200. Asthma Hospitalization Rate per 10,000 (age 5-14), B 201. Asthma Hospitalization Rate per 10,000 (age 0-17) Broome County (single year & 3-year average) & Upstate New York, [Crude Rate] B 202. Asthma Hospitalization Rate per 10,000 (age 0-17), B 203. Asthma Hospitalization Rate per 10,000 (age 5-64), B 204. Asthma Hospitalization Rate per 10,000 (age 15-24), B 205. Asthma Hospitalization Rate per 10,000 (age 25-44), B 206. Asthma Hospitalization Rate per 10,000 (age 45-64), B 207. Asthma Hospitalization Rate per 10,000 (age 65+), B 208. Ever Diagnosed with Asthma (lifetime) among Adults, Broome County, NY, B 209. Current Asthma among Adults, Broome County, NY, B 210. Gastroenteritis Hospitalization Rate per 10,000 (age 0-4) Broome County (single year & 3-year average) & Upstate New York, [Crude Rate] B 211. Gastroenteritis Hospitalization Rate per 10,000 (age 0-4), B 212. Otitis Media Hospitalization Rate per 10,000 (age 0-4) Broome County (single year & 3-year average) & Upstate New York, [Crude Rate] B 213. Otitis Media Hospitalization Rate per 10,000 (age 0-4), B 214. Pneumonia Hospitalization Rate per 10,000 (age 0-4) Broome County (single year & 3-year average) & Upstate New York, [Crude Rate] B 215. Pneumonia Hospitalization Rate per 10,000 (age 0-4),

13 Community Health Assessment POPULATION B 1.Total Population, New York State, Census 2010 SOURCE: US Census Bureau, 2010 B 2. Population Density, New York State, Census 2010 SOURCE: US Census Bureau, 2010

14 14 Community Health Assessment B 3. Total Population by Quartiles, New York State, Census 2010 B 4. Population Change, New York State, Census 2010 SOURCE: US Census Bureau, 2010

15 Community Health Assessment AGE B 5. Population Estimates by Age Group and Gender, Broome County, NY, 2012 Age Group Males % Males Females % Females Total %Total Under 5 years 5, , , to 9 years 5, , , to 14 years 5, , , to 19 years 7, , , to 24 years 9, , , to 29 years 6, , , to 34 years 5, , , to 39 years 5, , , to 44 years 5, , , to 49 years 6, , , to 54 years 7, , , to 59 years 7, , , to 64 years 5, , , to 69 years 3, , , to 74 years 4, , , to 79 years 3, , , to 84 years 1, , , years and over 1, , , TOTAL 96, , , SOURCE: US Census Bureau, Population Estimates Program, 2012 B 6. Population Estimates by Selected Age Groups and Genders, Broome County, NY, 2010 Age Group Males % Males Females % Females Total % Total Under 19 years 25, , , to 64 years 59,734 29,9 59, , years and over 77, , , years and over 70, , , years and over 16, , , years and over 13, , , TOTAL 98, , , SOURCE: US Census Bureau, 2010 Demographic Profile Data

16 16 Community Health Assessment B 7. Median Age, New York State, Census 2010 Source: US Census Bureau, 2010 B 8. Percent Under 18, New York State, Census 2010 Source: US Census Bureau, 2010

17 Community Health Assessment B 9. Percent Over 65, New York State, Census 2010 Source: US Census Bureau, 2010

18 18 Community Health Assessment B 10. Age Group by Municipality, Broome County, NYS, Census 2010 Municipality Percent Population by Age Group < to to Median Age Barker town Binghamton city Binghamton town Chenango town Colesville town Conklin town Dickinson town Fenton town Kirkwood town Lisle town Maine town Nanticoke town Sanford town Triangle town Union town Vestal town Windsor town Broome County New York State SOURCE: US Census Bureau, Census 2010

19 Community Health Assessment RACE & ETHNICITY B 11. Population Estimates by Race, Broome County, NY, 2012 Race Category Population Estimate % Population RACE Total population 198,060 One race 193, Two or more races 4, One race 193, White 173, Black or African American 9, American Indian and Alaska Native Asian 7, Asian Indian 2, Chinese 2, Filipino Japanese Korean Vietnamese Other Asian 1, Native Hawaiian & Other Pacific Islander Some other race 2, Two or more races 4, White and Black or African American 1, White and American Indian and Alaska Native White and Asian 1, Black or African American and American Indian and Alaska Native RACE ALONE OR IN COMBINATION WITH ONE OR MORE OTHER RACES Total population 198,060 White 177, Black or African American 12, American Indian and Alaska Native 1, Asian 8, Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander Some other race 2, SOURCE: US Census Bureau, Population Estimates Program, 2012

20 20 Community Health Assessment B 12. Population Estimates by Ethnicity and Race, Broome County, NY, 2012 Ethnicity / Race Category Population Estimate % Population HISPANIC OR LATINO AND RACE Total population 198,060 Hispanic or Latino (of any race) 7, Mexican Puerto Rican 5, Cuban Other Hispanic or Latino 1, Not Hispanic or Latino 191, White alone 169, Black or African American alone 9, American Indian and Alaska Native alone Asian alone 7, Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander alone Some other race alone Two or more races 4, SOURCE: US Census Bureau, Population Estimates Program, 2012

21 Community Health Assessment B 13. Population Trend for Black Non-Hispanics, Broome County, NY, SOURCE: Cornell University, Program on Applied Demographics Projections, 2013 B 14. Population Trend for Asian Non-Hispanics, Broome County, NY, SOURCE: Cornell University, Program on Applied Demographics Projections, 2013 B 15. Population Trend for Hispanics, Broome County, NY, SOURCE: Cornell University, Program on Applied Demographics Projections, 2013

22 22 Community Health Assessment B 16. Race and Ethnicity by Municipality, Broome County, NY, Census 2010 Municipality Race White (%) Black (%) Asian (%) Other (%) Two or More (%) Hispanic (any race, %) Barker town Binghamton city Binghamton town Chenango town Colesville town Conklin town Dickinson town Fenton town Kirkwood town Lisle town Maine town Nanticoke town Sanford town Triangle town Union town Vestal town Windsor town Broome County New York State SOURCE: US Census Bureau, Census 2010

23 Community Health Assessment INCOME B 17. Income in the Past 12 months by Household (in 2011 Inflation-Adjusted Dollars), Broome County, NY, Income Level Households Families Married Couple Families Nonfamily Households Total number 80,076 48,742 35,545 31,334 Less than $10, % 5.9% 1.7% 15.2% $10,000 to $14, % 3.6% 1.3% 11.2% $15,000 to $24, % 8.8% 6.1% 21.2% $25,000 to $34, % 10.1% 8.6% 14.0% $35,000 to $49, % 13.9% 14.4% 14.6% $50,000 to $74, % 23.1% 24.6% 13.0% $75,000 to $99, % 12.6% 15.2% 5.1% $100,000 to $149, % 14.2% 18.2% 3.9% $150,000 to $199, % 4.4% 5.7% 1.0% $200,000 or more 2.3% 3.3% 4.3% 0.9% Median income (dollars) 44,970 56,708 68,329 26,622 Mean income (dollars) 58,674 70,307 82,136 38,365 SOURCE: US Census Bureau, American Community Survey, (3-year estimates)

24 24 Community Health Assessment B 18. Earnings in the Past 12 Months (in 2011 Inflation-Adjusted Dollars), Broome County, NY, Earnings Male Female Total Population 16 years and over with earnings 53,314 49, ,139 Median earnings (dollars) 30,836 21,528 25,704 Full-time, year-round workers with earnings 32,596 25,572 58,168 $1 to $9,999 or loss 1.1% 1.9% 1.4% $10,000 to $14, % 5.7% 4.8% $15,000 to $24, % 21.8% 16.3% $25,000 to $34, % 21.6% 18.9% $35,000 to $49, % 21.3% 20.8% $50,000 to $64, % 13.2% 15.2% $65,000 to $74, % 5.2% 6.2% $75,000 to $99, % 5.7% 8.4% $100,000 or more 11.5% 3.7% 8.1% Median earnings (dollars) 46,214 34,518 Mean earnings (dollars) 57,047 41,437 50,185 MEDIAN EARNINGS BY EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT Population 25 years and over with earnings 38,654 27,064 32,319 Less than high school graduate 24,946 15,351 18,939 High school graduate (includes equivalency) 30,623 20,804 25,643 Some college or associate's degree 36,935 25,741 30,670 Bachelor's degree 58,450 35,894 44,199 Graduate or professional degree 75,707 49,884 54,567 SOURCE: US Census Bureau, American Community Survey, (3-year estimates)

25 Community Health Assessment B 19. Per Capita Income, New York Census 2010 SOURCE: US Census Bureau, 2010

26 26 Community Health Assessment B 20. Median Income in the Past 12 Months (in 2011 Inflation-Adjusted Dollars), Broome County, NY, Median Income Total Median Income (Dollars) Households 80,076 44,970 One Race~ White 92.1% 46,649 Black or African American 3.7% 20,776 American Indian or Alaska Native N N Asian 2.6% 36,554 Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander N - Some Other Race N 8,788 Two or More Races 1.1% 28,444 Hispanic or Latino Origin (of any race) 2.4% 26,534 White Alone, not Hispanic or Latino 90.2% 47,151 Household Income by Age or Householder years 5.2% 17, years 27.7% 47, years 41.3% 57, years and over 25.9% 33,208 Families 48,742 56,708 With own children under 18 years 41.7% 51,860 With no own children under 18 years 58.3% 59,615 Married Couple Families 72.9% 68,329 Female Householder, No Husband Present 20.2% 26,303 Male Householder, No Wife Present 6.9% 43,512 Non-Family Households 31,334 26,622 Female Householder 55.6% 24,374 Living Alone 46.7% 21,745 Not Living Alone 8.9% 41,365 Male Householder 44.4% 31,274 Living Alone 35.4% 28,683 Not Living Alone 9.1% 43,167 SOURCE: US Census Bureau, American Community Survey, (3-year estimates) (X) means that the estimate if not applicable or not available N means the data for this geographic area cannot be displayed because the number of sample cases is too small

27 Community Health Assessment B 21. Median Family Income, New York State Census, 2010 SOURCE: US Census Bureau, 2010 B 22. Median Household Income, New York State Census, 2010 SOURCE: US Census Bureau, 2010

28 28 Community Health Assessment B 23. Percent of Households with Income Less than $10,000, New York State Census, 2010 SOURCE: US Census Bureau, 2010 B 24. Percent of Households with Income Over $10,000, New York State Census, 2010 SOURCE: US Census Bureau, 2010

29 Income (in US Dollars) Broome County Community Health Assessment B 25. Percent of Households with Income Over $100,000, New York State Census, 2010 SOURCE: US Census Bureau, 2010 B 26. Median Family Income in US Dollars, Broome County (single year), [Crude Rate] Median Family Income (US Dollars), ,000 45,000 40,000 35,000 30,000 25,000 20,000 15,000 10,000 5, Broome 35,687 35,903 37,089 37,089 36,965 43,399 43,399 42,619 43,065 43,920 Year SOURCE: New York State Department of Health, County Health Indicator Reports,

30 30 Community Health Assessment B 27. Median Family Income in U.S. Dollars, 2010

31 Community Health Assessment POVERTY B 28. Poverty Status in the Past 12 Months, Broome County, NY, Individual Poverty Level Below Poverty Level Percent Below Poverty Level Population for whom poverty status is determined 33, % 190,285 AGE Under 18 years 10, % 39,263 Related children under 18 years 9, % 38, to 64 years 20, % 120, years and over 2, % 31,000 GENDER Male 16, % 93,077 Female 17, % 97,208 RACE AND HISPANIC OR LATINO ORIGIN One race N N N White 25, % 170,130 Black or African American 3, % 7,779 Asian 2, % 6,198 Some other race N N N Two or more races 1, % 4,407 Hispanic or Latino origin (of any race) 2, % 6,057 White alone, not Hispanic or Latino 23, % 165,895 EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT Population 25 years and over 16, % 131,386 Less than high school graduate 4, % 13,878 High school graduate (includes equivalency) 6, % 42,316 Some college, associate's degree 4, % 41,220 Bachelor's degree or higher 1, % 33,972 EMPLOYMENT STATUS Civilian labor force 16 years and over 9, % 96,565 Employed 6, % 87,867 Male 2, % 45,443 Female 3, % 42,424 Unemployed 3, % 8,698 Male 1, % 4,850 Female 1, % 3,848 WORK EXPERIENCE Population 16 years and over 24, % 156,138 Worked full-time, year-round in the past 12 months 1, % 58,060 Worked part-time or part-year in the past 12 months 8, % 40,689 Did not work 14, % 57,389 Total

32 32 Community Health Assessment ALL INDIVIDUALS BELOW Individual Poverty Level Below Poverty Level Percent Below Poverty Level 50 percent of poverty level (X) (X) 17, percent of poverty level (X) (X) 41, percent of poverty level (X) (X) 51, percent of poverty level (X) (X) 63, percent of poverty level (X) (X) 67,799 Unrelated individuals for whom poverty status is determined Total 13, % 45,055 Male 7, % 22,013 Female 5, % 23,042 Mean income deficit for unrelated individuals (dollars) (X) (X) 7,135 Worked full-time, year-round in the past 12 months % 14,925 Worked less than full-time, year-round in the past 12 months 4, % 10,705 Did not work 8, % 19,425 SOURCE: US Census Bureau, American Community Survey, (3-year estimates) (X) means that the estimate is not applicable or not available N means that the data for this geographic area cannot be displayed because the number of sample cases is too small

33 Community Health Assessment B 29. Poverty Status in the Past 12 Months of Families, Broome County, NY, Married-couple Female householder, All families families no husband present Family Poverty Level % below % below % below Total Total Total Poverty Poverty Poverty Families 48, % 35, % 9, % With related children under 18 years 21, % 13, % 6, % RACE AND HISPANIC OR LATINO ORIGIN Families with a householder who is-- One race N N N N N N White 45, % 33, % 8, % Black or African American 1, % % % Asian 1, % % % Hispanic or Latino origin (of any race) % % % White alone, not Hispanic or Latino 44, % 33, % 8, % EMPLOYMENT Householder worked 34, % 24, % 6, % Householder worked full-time, yearround 23, % 17, % 4, % in the past 12 months Householder 65 years and over 9, % 8, % 1, % Family received Supplemental Security Income (SSI) 4, % 1, % 2, % and/or cash public assistance income in the past 12 months Social security income in the past 12 14, % 12, % 2, % months EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT Less than high school graduate 4, % 2, % 1, % High school graduate (includes 13, % 9, % 2, % equivalency) Some college, associate's degree 17, % 12, % 3, % Bachelor's degree or higher 13, % 11, % 1, % NUMBER OF CHILDREN IN HOUSEHOLD No child 26, % 21, % 3, % 1 or 2 children 17, % 10, % 5, % 3 or 4 children 4, % 2, % 1, % 5 or more children % % % NUMBER OF PEOPLE IN FAMILY 2 people 24, % 16, % 4, % 3 or 4 people 19, % 14, % 4, % 5 or 6 people 4, % 3, % % 7 or more people % % % NUMBER OF WORKERS IN FAMILY No workers 8, % 6, % 2, % 1 worker 16, % 8, % 5, % 2 workers 19, % 16, % 2, % 3 or more workers 5, % 4, % % SOURCE: US Census Bureau, American Community Survey, (3-year estimates) (X) means that the estimate is not applicable or not available

34 34 Community Health Assessment B 30. Food Stamps/SNAP, Broome County, NY, Food Stamps/SNAP Total Households Receiving Food Stamps Households Not Receiving Food Stamps Households 80,076 10,295 69,781 With one or more people 60 years and over 37.8% 25.2% 39.7% With children under 18 years 27.8% 47.4% 25.0% Poverty Status in the Past 12 Months Below Poverty Level 15.3% 55.2% 9.4% Disability Status With one or more people with a disability 26.2% 51.3% 22.5% Race and Hispanic or Latino Origin of Householder One Race N N N White 92.1% 84.1% 93.2% Black or African American 3.7% 10.0% 2.7% American Indian and Alaska Native 0.2% 0.5% 0.2% Asian 2.6% 0.6% 2.9% Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander N N N Some Other Race 0.4% 2.0% 0.2% Two or More Races 1.1% 2.9% 0.8% Hispanic or Latino Origin (of any race) 2.4% 6.1% 1.9% White Alone, not Hispanic or Latino 90.2% 80.2% 91.7% Household Income in the Past 12 Months (in 2011 Inflation-Adjusted Dollars Median Income (Dollars) 44,970 15,380 50,322 Work Status Families 48,742 6,405 42,337 No workers in the past 12 months 17.2% 28.5% 15.4% One worker in past 12 months 33.0% 49.8% 30.5% Two or more workers in past 12 months 49.8% 21.7% 54.1% SOURCE: US Census Bureau, American Community Survey, (3-year estimates) N means that the data for this geographic area cannot be displayed because the number of sample cases is too small

35 Percent Broome County Community Health Assessment B 31. Percentage of Population at or Below Poverty Level, Broome County (single year), [Crude Rate] Percentage of Population at or Below Poverty Level, Broome Year SOURCE: New York State Department of Health, County Health Indicator Reports, B 32. Percent of Individuals in Poverty, New York State Census, 2010 SOURCE: US Census Bureau, 2010

36 Percent Broome County 36 Community Health Assessment B 33. Percentage of Children at or Below Poverty Level (age <18 years), Broome County (single year), [Crude Rate] Percentage of Children at or Below Poverty Level (age < 18), Broome Year SOURCE: New York State Department of Health, County Health Indicator Reports, B 34. Percent of Individuals 18 and Over in Poverty, New York State Census, 2010 SOURCE: US Census Bureau, 2010

37 Community Health Assessment B 35. Percent of Individuals 65 and Over in Poverty, New York State Census, 2010 SOURCE: US Census Bureau, 2010 B 36. Percent of Families in Poverty with Female Householder, No Husband Present, New York State Census, 2010 SOURCE: US Census Bureau, 2010

38 38 Community Health Assessment B 37. Percent of Population at or Below Poverty Level, 2010 B 38. Percentage of Children Ages < 18 Years at or Below Poverty Level, 2010

39 Community Health Assessment B 39. Income and Poverty Status by Municipality, Broome County, NYS, Municipality Median Family Income Per Capita Income Median Earnings Families 2010 Poverty Status (Percent below poverty) Female Headed Families Individuals Barker town $60,357 $23,608 $28, % 31.8% 10.8% Binghamton city $39,725 $21,455 $20, % 41.9% 27.8% Binghamton town $78,900 $33,696 $38, % 7.4% 9.2% Chenango town $67,379 $29,219 $32, % 0.0% 6.3% Colesville town $55,553 $18,938 $26, % 44.8% 13.9% Conklin town $65,464 $24,848 $34, % 69.5% 14.7% Dickinson town $58,344 $19,829 $25, % 25.3% 20.1% Fenton town $60,648 $24,705 $26, % 7.2% 6.9% Kirkwood town $60,313 $24,661 $25, % 27.9% 11.7% Lisle town $55,000 $21,595 $26, % 19.4% 15.6% Maine town $54,306 $22,220 $24, % 58.5% 16.4% Nanticoke town $53,269 $20,624 $29, % 30.4% 14.3% Sanford town $43,542 $20,007 $18, % 26.8% 11.6% Triangle town $64,118 $22,335 $29, % 35.6% 9.3% Union town $57,913 $25,732 $27, % 27.8% 13.7% Vestal town $82,507 $26,452 $16, % 13.9% 6.0% Windsor town $47,472 $21,418 $26, % 11.4% 9.0% Broome County $57,545 $24,314 $25, % 31.6% 15.5% New York State $67,405 $30,948 $32, % 27.0% 14.2% SOURCE: US Census Bureau, American Community Survey, Year Estimates; [2010 inflation-adjusted dollars]

40 40 Community Health Assessment B 40. Percent Below Poverty Level by Municipality among Families, Broome County, NYS, 2010 Percent Below Poverty Level by Municipality, 2010 Barker town Binghamton city Binghamton town Individuals Female Headed Families Families Chenango town Colesville town Conklin town Dickinson town Fenton town Kirkwood town Lisle town Maine town Nanticoke town Sanford town Triangle town Union town Vestal town Windsor town Broome County New York State Percent Below Poverty Level SOURCE: US Census Bureau, American Community Survey, Year Estimates; [2010 inflation-adjusted dollars]

41 Community Health Assessment EMPLOYMENT B 41. Employment Status by Selected Demographic Characteristics, Broome County, NY, Demographic Characteristic Total In Labor Force Employed Unemployment Rate Population 16 years and over 165, % 54.1% 9.1% AGE 16 to 19 years 13, % 27.2% 24.1% 20 to 24 years 17, % 53.6% 14.4% 25 to 44 years 45, % 73.5% 9.4% 45 to 54 years 30, % 78.0% 4.7% 55 to 64 years 25, % 59.6% 7.5% 65 to 74 years 15, % 20.6% 8.0% 75 years and over 17, % 4.2% 9.7% RACE AND HISPANIC OR LATINO ORIGIN One race N N N N White 148, % 55.3% 8.4% Black or African American 6, % 37.8% 25.5% Asian 6, % 48.9% 5.0% Hispanic or Latino origin (of any race) 4, % 49.0% 14.2% White alone, not Hispanic or Latino 145, % 55.4% 8.3% Population 20 to 64 years 118, % 68.7% 8.4% GENDER Male 59, % 71.0% 8.8% Female 59, % 66.4% 7.9% With own children under 6 years 8, % 59.6% 10.4% POVERTY STATUS IN THE PAST 12 MONTHS Below poverty level 19, % 31.0% 31.5% DISABILITY STATUS With any disability 13, % 30.3% 17.2% EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT Population 25 to 64 years 101, % 71.4% 7.5% Less than high school graduate 8, % 42.5% 15.8% High school graduate (includes equivalency) 29, % 65.7% 10.5% Some college or associate's degree 33, % 73.3% 7.3% Bachelor's degree or higher 28, % 84.1% 3.5% SOURCE: US Census Bureau, American Community Survey, (3-year estimates) N means that the data for this geographic area cannot be displayed because the number of sample cases is too small

42 42 Community Health Assessment B 42. Work Status in the Past 12 Months, Broome County, NY, Work Status Total Male Female Population 132,218 66,421 65,797 Weeks Worked Worked weeks 51.7% 53.9% 49.5% Worked weeks 6.7% 6.0% 7.3% Worked weeks 4.8% 4.8% 4.7% Worked weeks 5.1% 5.3% 5.0% Worked 1-13 weeks 5.9% 6.1% 5.6% Did not work 25.9% 23.9% 27.9% Usual Hours Worked Usually worked 35+ hours per week 53.2% 59.3% 47.0% 40 or more weeks 46.8% 51.3% 42.3% weeks 42.9% 47.8% 38.0% Usually worked hours per week 16.3% 12.7% 19.8% 40 or more weeks 10.0% 7.6% 12.5% weeks 7.9% 5.4% 10.4% Usually worked 1-14 hours per week 4.7% 4.1% 5.3% 40 or more weeks 1.5% 1.0% 2.0% weeks 0.9% 0.7% 1.2% Did not work 25.9% 23.9% 27.9% Mean usual hours worked for workers SOURCE: US Census Bureau, American Community Survey, (3-year estimates) (X) means that the estimate if not applicable or not available

43 Community Health Assessment B 43. Employment Characteristics of Families, Broome County, NY, Employment Characteristics Total Families with own children under 18 years Families 48,742 20,314 Employment Status Characteristics Married Couple Families 35,545 12,965 Both husband and wife in labor force 51.3% 67.5% Husband in labor force, wife not in labor force 17.8% 23.1% Wife in labor force, husband not in labor force 10.6% 7.6% Both husband and wife not in labor force 20.3% 19% Other Families 13,197 7,349 Female householder, no husband present 74.5% 79.2% In labor force 50.7% 61.9% Not in labor force 23.8% 17.3% Male householder, no wife present 25.5% 20.8% In labor force 20.2% 19.8% Not in labor force 5.3% 1.0% Work Status Characteristics Families 48,742 20,314 No workers in the past 12 months 17.2% 8.1% One worker in the past 12 months 33.0% 39.0% Two or more workers in the past 12 months 49.8% 52.9% Married-Couple Families 35,545 12,965 Householder worked full-time, year-round in the past 12 months 49.4% 63.6% Spouse worked full-time, year-round in the past 12 months 25.4% 30.7% Householder worked part-time or part-year in the last 12 months 20.4% 23.3% Spouse worked part-time or part-year in the past 12 months 6.8% 7.4% Householder did not work in the past 12 months 30.2% 13.1% Spouse did not work in the past 12 months 18.8% 1.8% SOURCE: US Census Bureau, American Community Survey, (3-year estimates)

44 Percent Broome County 44 Community Health Assessment B 44. Percentage of Labor Force Unemployed (single year), Broome County & Upstate New York, [Crude Rate] Percentage of Labor Force Unemployed, Broome Upstate NY Year SOURCE: New York State Department of Health, County Health Indicator Reports, B 45. Percent Unemployed, New York State Census, 2010 SOURCE: US Census Bureau, 2010

45 Community Health Assessment B 46. Percent of Labor Force Unemployed, 2011

46 46 Community Health Assessment B 47.Educational Attainment, Broome County, NY, Educational Attainment Total Males Females Population years 25,978 13,747 12,231 Less than high school graduate 10.8% 12.3% 9.2% High school graduate (includes equivalency) 25.9% 27.0% 24.6% Some college or associate s degree 53.5% 54.1% 52.9% Bachelor s degree or higher 9.8% 6.6% 13.4% Population 25 years and over 133,830 63,507 70,323 Less than 9 th grade 3.0% 2.9% 3.1% 9 th to 12 th grade, no diploma 7.9% 7.9% 8.0% High school graduate (includes equivalency) 32.6% 32.1% 33.0% Some college, no degree 19.1% 19.4% 18.8% Associate s degree 11.9% 11.0% 12.6% Bachelor s degree 13.9% 15.1% 12.9% Graduate or professional degree 11.6% 11.6% 11.6% Percent high school graduate or higher 89.0% 89.2% 88.9% Percent bachelor s degree or higher 25.5% 26.6% 24.5% Population 25 to 34 years 22,815 11,451 11,364 High school graduate or higher 91.3% 91.4% 91.2% Bachelor s degree or higher 30.1% 28.4% 31.7% Population 35 to 44 years 22,261 11,115 11,146 High school graduate or higher 89.9% 89.5% 90.3% Bachelor s degree or higher 27.9% 25.7% 30.1% Population years 55,972 27,455 28,517 High school graduate or higher 91.5% 90.8% 92.3% Bachelor s degree or higher 27.1% 27.5% 26.7% Population 65 years and over 32,782 13,486 19,296 High school graduate or higher 82.6% 83.8% 81.7% Bachelor s degree or higher 18.0% 24.1% 13.7% Poverty rate for the population 25 years and over for whom poverty status is determined by educational attainment Less than high school graduate 31.4% 26.9% 35.4% High school graduate (includes equivalency) 15.0% 14.4% 15.6% Some college or associate s degree % 12.1% Bachelor s degree or higher 3.8% 3.8% 3.7% Median earnings in the past 12 months (in 2011 inflation-adjusted dollars Population 25 years and over with earnings 32,319 38,654 27,064 Less than high school graduate 18,939 24,946 15,351 High school graduate (includes equivalency) 25,643 30,623 20,804 Some college or associate s degree 30,670 36,935 25,741 Bachelor s degree 44,199 58,450 35,894 Graduate or professional degree 54,567 75,707 49,884 SOURCE: US Census Bureau, American Community Survey, (3-year estimates)

47 Community Health Assessment B 48. Percent Female Labor Force Participation, New York State Census, 2010 SOURCE: US Census Bureau, 2010

48 48 Community Health Assessment EDUCATION B 49. School Enrollment, Broome County, NY, School Enrollment Total Percent of Enrolled Population Public School Private School Population 3 years and over enrolled in school 54, % 8.3% Nursery school, preschool 2, % 22.8% Kindergarten to 12 th grade 30, % 5.7% Kindergarten 2, % 3.9% Elementary: grade 1 to grade 4 8, % 6.0% Elementary: grade 5 to grade 8 8, % 6.6% High school: grade 9 to grade 12 10, % 5.3% College, undergraduate 18, % 9.05 Graduate, professional school 2, % 17.1% Percent of age group enrolled in school -- 3 and 4 years 58.4% 78.0% 22.0% 5 to 9 years 97.0% 93.2% 6.8% 10 to 14 years 96.8% 94.3% 5.7% 15 to 17 years 98.6% 94.9% 5.1% 18 and 19 years 88.6% 93.8% 6.2% 20 to 24 years 55.2% 92.1% 7.9% 25 to 34 years 15.5% 84.4% 15.6% 35 years and over 2.1% 78.4% 21.6% Population 18 years and over 159,808 (X) (X) Enrolled in college or graduate school 13.2% 89.8% 10.2% Males 18 years and over 77,254 (X) (X) Enrolled in college or graduate school 13.9% 92.2% 7.8% Females 18 years and over 82,554 (X) (X) Enrolled in college or graduate school 12.6% 87.3% 12.7% Population 18 to 24 years 25,978 (X) (X) Enrolled in college or graduate school 59.4% 92.5% 7.5% Males 18 to 24 years 13,747 (X) (X) Enrolled in college or graduate school 60.3% 93.1% 6.9% Females 18 to 24 years 12,231 (X) (X) Enrolled in college or graduate school 58.4% 91.9% 8.1% SOURCE: US Census Bureau, American Community Survey, (3-year estimates) (X) means that the estimate is not applicable or not available

49 Rate Broome County Community Health Assessment B 50. High School Drop Out Rate, Broome County (single year & 3-year average) & Upstate New York, [Crude Rate] High School Drop Out Rate, Broome Upstate NY YR AVG Year SOURCE: New York State Department of Health, County Health Indicator Reports, B 51. High School Drop Out Rate,

50 50 Community Health Assessment B 52. Percent Less Than 9 Years Education, New York State Census 2010 SOURCE: US Census Bureau, 2010 B 53. Percent High School Education as Highest Attainment, New York State Census 2010 SOURCE: US Census Bureau, 2010

51 Community Health Assessment B 54. Percent Bachelor s Degree or Higher, New York State Census 2010 SOURCE: US Census Bureau, 2010

52 52 Community Health Assessment B 55. Educational Attainment and School Enrollment by Municipality, Broome County, NY, 2010 Municipality Population Years of School Educational Attainment HS Diploma Some College BA/BS or Higher School Enrollment Population Age 3 + Percent Population Barker town 1, , Binghamton city 31, , Binghamton town 3, , Chenango town 7, , Colesville town 3, , Conklin town 3, , Dickinson town 3, , Fenton town 4, , Kirkwood town 3, , Lisle town 1, , Maine town 3, , Nanticoke town 1, , Sanford town 1, , Triangle town 2, , Union town 40, , Vestal town 15, , Windsor town 4, , Broome County 133, , New York State 12,914, ,538, SOURCE: Southern Tier East Regional Planning Development Board, Broome County Fact Book, 2007

53 Community Health Assessment B 56. Educational Facilities, Broome County, NY

54 54 Community Health Assessment HOUSING B 57. Selected Housing Characteristics, Broome County, NY, HOUSING OCCUPANCY Selected Housing Characteristics Estimate Percent Total housing units 90, % Occupied housing units 80, % Vacant housing units 10, % Homeowner vacancy rate 3.0 (X) Rental vacancy rate 6.4 (X) UNITS IN STRUCTURE Total housing units 90, % 1-unit, detached 55, % 1-unit, attached 1, % 2 units 10, % 3 or 4 units 6, % 5 to 9 units 4, % 10 to 19 units 3, % 20 or more units 4, % Mobile home 4, % Boat, RV, van, etc % YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT Total housing units 90, % Built 2005 or later 1, % Built 2000 to , % Built 1990 to , % Built 1980 to , % Built 1970 to , % Built 1960 to , % Built 1950 to , % Built 1940 to , % Built 1939 or earlier 27, % ROOMS Total housing units 90, % 1 room 1, % 2 rooms 1, % 3 rooms 7, % 4 rooms 12, % 5 rooms 16, % 6 rooms 17, % 7 rooms 12, % 8 rooms 8, %

55 Community Health Assessment Selected Housing Characteristics Estimate Percent 9 rooms or more 11, % Median (rooms) 5.8 (X) BEDROOMS Total housing units 90, % No bedroom 2, % 1 bedroom 10, % 2 bedrooms 22, % 3 bedrooms 36, % 4 bedrooms 14, % 5 or more bedrooms 4, % HOUSING TENURE Occupied housing units 80, % Owner-occupied 52, % Renter-occupied 27, % Average household size of owner-occupied unit 2.49 (X) Average household size of renter-occupied unit 2.16 (X) YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT Occupied housing units 80, % Moved in 2005 or later 30, % Moved in 2000 to , % Moved in 1990 to , % Moved in 1980 to , % Moved in 1970 to , % Moved in 1969 or earlier 7, % VEHICLES AVAILABLE Occupied housing units 80, % No vehicles available 9, % 1 vehicle available 29, % 2 vehicles available 29, % 3 or more vehicles available 12, % HOUSE HEATING FUEL Occupied housing units 80, % Utility gas 53, % Bottled, tank, or LP gas 4, % Electricity 8, % Fuel oil, kerosene, etc. 9, % Coal or coke % Wood 2, % Solar energy % Other fuel %

56 56 Community Health Assessment Selected Housing Characteristics Estimate Percent No fuel used % SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS Occupied housing units 80, % Lacking complete plumbing facilities % Lacking complete kitchen facilities 1, % No telephone service available 2, % OCCUPANTS PER ROOM Occupied housing units 80, % 1.00 or less 78, % 1.01 to % 1.51 or more % VALUE Owner-occupied units 52, % Less than $50,000 4, % $50,000 to $99,999 19, % $100,000 to $149,999 13, % $150,000 to $199,999 7, % $200,000 to $299,999 5, % $300,000 to $499,999 2, % $500,000 to $999, % $1,000,000 or more % Median (dollars) 108,500 (X) MORTGAGE STATUS AND SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS Owner-occupied units 52, % Housing units with a mortgage 31, % Less than $ % $300 to $ % $500 to $699 2, % $700 to $999 8, % $1,000 to $1,499 12, % $1,500 to $1,999 4, % $2,000 or more 3, % Median (dollars) 1,147 (X) Housing units without a mortgage 21, % Less than $ % $100 to $199 1, % $200 to $299 2, % $300 to $399 4, % $400 or more 13, % Median (dollars) 468 (X) SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS AS A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME

57 Community Health Assessment Selected Housing Characteristics Estimate Percent Housing unit with a mortgage 31, % Less than 20.0 percent 14, % 20.0 to 24.9 percent 5, % 25.0 to 29.9 percent 2, % 30.0 to 34.9 percent 2, % 35.0 percent or more 5, % Not computed 94 (X) Housing unit without a mortgage 21, % Less than 10.0 percent 7, % 10.0 to 14.9 percent 4, % 15.0 to 19.9 percent 2, % 20.0 to 24.9 percent 2, % 25.0 to 29.9 percent 1, % 30.0 to 34.9 percent % 35.0 percent or more 2, % Not computed 153 (X) GROSS RENT Renter-occupied units 25, % Less than $ % $200 to $ % $300 to $499 4, % $500 to $749 10, % $750 to $999 6, % $1,000 to $1,499 2, % $1,500 or more % No rent paid 1,396 (X) Median (dollars) 662 (X) GROSS RENT AS A PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME Renter-occupied units 24, % Less than 15.0 percent 3, % 15.0 to 19.9 percent 3, % 20.0 to 24.9 percent 2, % 25.0 to 29.9 percent 2, % 30.0 to 34.9 percent 1, % 35.0 percent or more 11, % Not computed 2,488 (X) SOURCE: US Census Bureau, American Community Survey, (3-year estimates) (X) means that the estimate is not applicable or not available

58 58 Community Health Assessment B 58. Housing Units Vacancy Rate, New York State Census, 2010 SOURCE: US Census Bureau, 2010 B 59. Percent of Single Units, Detached, New York State Census, 2010 SOURCE: US Census Bureau, 2010

59 Community Health Assessment B 60. Percent of Single Family Units, New York State Census, 2010 SOURCE: US Census Bureau, 2010 B 61. Percent of Housing Units in Structures with 10+ Units, New York State Census, 2010 SOURCE: US Census Bureau, 2010

60 60 Community Health Assessment B 62. Percent of Housing Units Built Before 1940, New York State Census, 2010 SOURCE: US Census Bureau, 2010 B 63. Percent Owner Occupied Units, New York State Census, 2010 SOURCE: US Census Bureau, 2010

61 Community Health Assessment B 64. Percent Renter Occupied Units, New York State Census, 2010 SOURCE: US Census Bureau, 2010 B 65. Average Household Size, New York State Census, 2010 SOURCE: US Census Bureau, 2010

62 62 Community Health Assessment B 66. Percent of Housing Units Where Householder Moved in Before 1970, New York State Census, 2010 SOURCE: US Census Bureau, 2010 B 67. Percent of Housing Units Where Householder Moved in Since 2005, New York State Census, 2010 SOURCE: US Census Bureau, 2010

63 Community Health Assessment B 68. Percent of Households with No Vehicles, New York State Census, 2010 SOURCE: US Census Bureau, 2010 B 69. Percent of Households with 3 or More Vehicles, New York State Census, 2010 SOURCE: US Census Bureau, 2010

64 64 Community Health Assessment B 70. Percent of Households with Gas Heat, New York State Census, 2010 SOURCE: US Census Bureau, 2010 B 71. Percent of Households with Electric Heat, New York State Census, 2010 SOURCE: US Census Bureau, 2010

65 Community Health Assessment B 72. Percent of Households with No Plumbing Facilities, New York State Census, 2010 SOURCE: US Census Bureau, 2010 B 73. Percent of Households with No Kitchen, New York State Census, 2010 SOURCE: US Census Bureau, 2010

66 66 Community Health Assessment B 74. Percent of Households with No Telephone Service, New York State Census, 2010 SOURCE: US Census Bureau, 2010 B 75. Median Value of Housing Units, New York State Census, 2010 SOURCE: US Census Bureau, 2010

67 Community Health Assessment B 76. Percent of Housing Units Valued Under $50,000, New York State Census, 2010 SOURCE: US Census Bureau, 2010 B 77. Percent of Housing Units Valued over $300,000, New York State Census, 2010 SOURCE: US Census Bureau, 2010

68 68 Community Health Assessment B 78. Percent of Housing Units With Gross Rent Under $300, New York State Census, 2010 SOURCE: US Census Bureau, 2010 B 79. Percent of Housing Units With Gross Rent Under $300, New York State Census, 2010 SOURCE: US Census Bureau, 2010

69 Community Health Assessment MARITAL STATUS B 80. Marital Status, Broome County, NY, Demographic Characteristic Now Married Widowed Divorced Separated Never Married Population 15 years and over 44,8% 7.3% 10.6% 3.0% 34.4% 167,424 AGE AND GENDER Males 15 years and over 46.1% 3.1% 9.5% 2.6% 38.6% 80, to 19 years 0.4% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 99.6% 7, to 34 years 21.1% % 1.8% 75.2% 20, to 44 years 55.3% 0.3% 14.5% 4.0% 25.9% 11, to 54 years 61.5% 0.6% 14.6% 4.4% 19.0% 15, to 64 years 67.1% 3.5% 16.8% 2.6% 10.0% 12, years and over 67.9% 14.5% 10.5% 2.5% 4.5% 13,486 Females 15 years and over 43.5% 11.2% 11.6% 3.3% 30.4% 86, to 19 years 0.5% 0.0% 0.0% 0.5% 99.0% 7, to 34 years 30.1% 0.4% 3.7% 2.9% 62.9% 19, to 44 years 57.3% 0.5% 13.2% 9.2% 19.7% 11, to 54 years 61.0% 3.1% 18.1% 4.9% 12.8% 15, to 64 years 63.3% 6.9% 19.8% 2.6% 7.3% 13, years and over 39.2% 42.1% 12.8% 0.7% 5.4% 19,296 RACE AND HISPANIC OR LATINO ORIGIN One race White 46.8% 7.8% 10.9% 3.0% 31.5% 150,490 Black or African American 20.5% 1.2% 12.8% 5.3% 60.2% 7,097 American Indian or Alaska Native 27.1% 10.0% 9.3% 4.0% 49.6% 450 Asian 37.9% 2.7% 4.4% 1.1% 53.9% 6,137 Two or more races 26.4% 4.2% 2.6% 3.2% 63.7% 2,346 Hispanic or Latino origin (of any race) 19.2% 5.9% 7.9% 5.9% 61.2% 4,740 White alone, not Hispanic or Latino 47.3% 7.9% 10.9% 2.9% 31.0% 147,033 NATIVITY Native 44.6% 7.2% 10.8% 3.1% 34.3% 156,885 Foreign born 47.4% 7.8% 7.2% 1.9% 35.7% 10,539 LABOR FORCE PARTICIPATION Males 16 years and over 46.7% 3.2% 9.6% 2.7% 37.8% 79,907 In labor force 49.9% 1.3% 9.9% 3.1% 35.8% 51,216 Females 16 years and over 44.2% 11.3% 11.8% 3.4% 29.3% 85,093 In labor force 48.2% 3.0% 12.5% 4.3% 32.1% 47,076 SOURCE: US Census Bureau, American Community Survey, (3-year estimates) (X) means that the estimate is not applicable or not available Total

70 70 Community Health Assessment HOUSEHOLDS & FAMILIES B 81. Households and Families, Broome County, NY, 2009, 2011 Household & Family Characteristic Married- Couple Male Householder, no Wife Present Type of Household Female Householder, no Husband Present Nonfamily HOUSEHOLDS Total households 35,545 3,366 9,831 31,344 80,076 Average household size FAMILIES Total families 35,545 3,366 9,831 (X) 48,742 Average family size (X) 2.98 AGE OF OWN CHILDREN Households with own children under 18 years 12,965 1,528 5,821 (X) 20,314 Under 6 years only 24.2% 34.7% 21.9% (X) 24.3% Under 6 years and 6 to 17 years 18.5% 8.4% 22.1% (X) 18.8% 6 to 17 years only 57.4% 56.9% 56.0% (X) 56.9% SELECTED HOUSEHOLDS BY TYPE Households with one or more people under 18 years 38.6% 52.3% 65.5% 1.2% 27.8% Households with one or more people 60 years and over 38.2% 23.6% 22.5% 43.7% 37.8% Householder living alone (X) (X) (X) 82.0% 32.1% 65 years and over (X) (X) (X) 32.6% 12.8% UNMARRIED-PARTNER HOUSEHOLDS Same gender (X) (X) (X) (X) 0.5% Opposite gender (X) (X) (X) (X) 6.7% UNITS IN STRUCTURE 1-unit structures 85.1% 63.0% 57.3% 48.2% 66.3% 2-or-more-unit structures 9.8% 31.6% 38.0% 47.6% 29.0% Mobile homes and all other types of units 5.1% 5.4% 4.7% 4.2% 4.7% HOUSING TENURE Owner-occupied housing units 87.8% 56.1% 46.3% 48.5% 66.0% Renter-occupied housing units 12.2% 43.9% 53.7% 51.5% 34.0% SOURCE: US Census Bureau, American Community Survey, (3-year estimates) (X) means that the estimate is not applicable or not available Total

71 Community Health Assessment FERTILITY B 82. Fertility, Broome County, NY, 2009, 2011 Women with Births in the Past 12 Months Rate per Percent Fertility Percent Total Number 100 who were Distribution Women Unmarried Women 15 to 50 years 2,331 (X) % 47, years % 9 100% 7, years 1, % % 19, to 50 years % % 20,225 Race and Hispanic or Latino Origin White 2, % % 41,139 Black or African American % % 2,638 Asian % % 2,448 Two or More Races % % 999 Hispanic or Latino Origin (of any race) % % 2,025 White alone, not Hispanic or Latino 2, % % 39,173 Nativity Native 2, % % 44,398 Foreign Born % % 3,343 Educational Attainment Less than high school graduate % % 7,405 High school graduate (includes % % 11,389 equivalency) Some college or associate s degree % % 17,905 Bachelor s degree % % 6,229 Graduate or professional degree % % 4,813 Poverty Status in the past 12 months Women 15 to 50 years for whom poverty 2,331 (X) % 44,655 status is determined Below 100 percent of poverty level % % 10, to 199 percent of poverty level % % 8, percent of more above poverty level 1, % % 26,200 Labor Force Status Women 16 to 50 years 2,331 (X) % 46,359 In labor force 1, % % 32,530 Public Assistance income in the past 12 months Women years 2,331 (X) % 47,741 Receive public assistance income % % 1,763 Did not receive public assistance income 2, % % 45,978 SOURCE: US Census Bureau, American Community Survey, (3-year estimates)

72 72 Community Health Assessment GRANDPARENTS B 83. Grandparent Characteristics, Broome County, NY, Percent distribution of grandparents responsible for grandchildren Grandparent Characteristic Total 30 to years Total years and over Living with own grandchildren under 18 years ,178 2,824 RACE AND HISPANIC OR LATINO ORIGIN White 64.3% 100% 72.9% 79.5% White alone, Not Hispanic or Latino 64.3% 100% 72.9% 77.6% GENDER Male 28.9% 29.8% 27.6% 31.3% Female 73.1% 70.2% 72.4% 68.7% MARITAL STATUS Now married (including separated and spouse absent) 66.2% 62.5% 65.3% 59.5% Unmarried (never married, widowed, and divorced) 33.8% 37.5% 34.7% 40.5% LABOR FORCE STATUS In labor force 67.3% 46.0% 62.1% 44.2% NATIVITY Native 86.5% 95.1% 88.5% 88.6% Foreign born 13.5% 4.9% 11.5% 11.4% LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME AND ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH Speak other language 10.9% 4.9% 9.4% 12.2% Speak English "very well" 1.2% 4.9% 2.1% 4.6% Speak English less than "very well" 9.6% 0.0% 7.3% 7.6% DISABILITY STATUS Civilian grandparents living with own grandchildren < 18 years ,178 2,824 With any disability 22.8% 33.0% 25.3% 34.0% POVERTY STATUS IN THE PAST 12 MONTHS Grandparents living with own grandchildren under 18 years for whom poverty status is determined ,178 2,824 Income in the past 12 months below poverty level 31.5% 0.0% 23.9% 18.4% Income in the past 12 months at or above poverty level 68.5% 100% 76.1% 81.6% Grandparents living with own grandchildren under 18 years in households ,178 2,824 PRESENCE OF PARENT(S) OF GRANDCHILDREN Householder or spouse responsible for grandchildren with no parent of grandchildren present 22.6% 42.1% 27.3% 11.4% UNITS IN STRUCTURE In 1-unit structures 67.4% 60.4% 65.7% 75.0% In 2-or-more-unit structures 32.1% 3.96% 34.0% 23.3% In mobile homes and all other types of units 0.4% 0.0% 0.3% 1.7% HOUSING TENURE In owner-occupied housing units 56.7% 66.7% 59.1% 70.7% In renter-occupied housing units 43.3% 33.3% 40.9% 29.3% HOUSEHOLDS Households (X) (X) (X) 80,076 With grandparents living with grandchildren (X( (X) (X) 2.4% SOURCE: US Census Bureau, American Community Survey, (3-year estimates) (X) means that the estimate is not applicable or not available

73 Community Health Assessment LANGUAGE & NATIVITY B 84. Characteristics of Residents by Language Spoken at Home, Broome County, NY, Resident Characteristic Percent distribution of people who speak a language other than English Total Spanish or Spanish Creole People who speak only English Total population 5 years and over 15,975 3, , ,804 AGE 5 to 17 years 15.4% 20.0% 15.8% 15.8% 18 to 64 years 71.8% 73.4% 66.5% 66.9% 65 years and over 12.8% 6.6% 17.7% 17.3% NATIVITY AND CITIZENSHIP STATUS Native population 5 years and over 48.8% 81.5% 98.2% 94.1% Foreign-born population 5 years and over 51.2% 18.5% 1.8% 5.9% Naturalized U.S. citizen 27.2% 6.9% 1.2% 3.4% Not a U.S. citizen 24.0% 11.6% 0.6% 2.6% POVERTY STATUS IN THE PAST 12 MONTHS Population 5 years and over for whom poverty status is determined 14,529 3, , ,181 Below poverty level 28.4% 34.5% 15.8% 16.8% At or above poverty level 71.6% 65.5% 84.2% 83.2% EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT Population 25 years and over 9,813 2, , ,830 Less than high school graduate 25.3% 31.2% 9.8% 11.0% High school graduate (includes equivalency) 21.4% 15.8% 33.5% 32.6% Some college or associate's degree 22.4% 33.2% 31.6% 30.9% Bachelor's degree or higher 30.9% 19.9% 25.1% 25.5% SOURCE: US Census Bureau, American Community Survey, (3-year estimates) Total

74 74 Community Health Assessment B 85. Language Spoken at Home, Broome County, NY, Percent of Specified Language Speakers Language Speak English very well Speak English less than very well Total Population 5 years and over 97.4% 2.6% 189,804 Speak only English (X) (X) 91.6% Speak a language other than English 68.7% 31.3% 8.4% Spanish or Spanish Creole 79.2% 20.8% 2.0% Other Indo-European languages 69.3% 30.7% 3.6% Asian and Pacific Island languages 58.6% 41.4% 2.4% Other Languages 71.1% 28.9% 0.4% Speak a language other than English Spanish or Spanish Creole 79.2% 20.8% 3, years 77.0% 23.0% years 81.2% 18.8% 2, years and over 63.1% 36.9% 255 Other Indo-European languages 69.3% 30.7% 6, years 85.1% 14.9% 1, years 67.1% 32.9% 4, years and over 63.9% 36.1% 1,517 Asian and Pacific Island languages 58.6% 41.4% 4, years 90.8% 9.2% years 55.7% 44.3% 3, years and over 36.9% 63.1% 263 Other languages 71.1% 28.9% years 100% 0.0% years 66.4% 3.36% years and over 100% 0.0% 11 Citizens 18 years and over 98.3% 1.7% 155,486 Speak only English (X) (X) 93.5% Speak a language other than English 74.2% 25.8% 6.5% Spanish or Spanish Creole 81.6% 18.4% 1.8% Other languages 71.3% 28.7% 4.7% SOURCE: US Census Bureau, American Community Survey, (3-year estimates) (X) means that the estimate is not applicable or not available

75 Community Health Assessment B 86. Percent Recent Entrants ( ). New York State Census, 2010 SOURC E: US Census Bureau, 2010 B 87. Percent Foreign Born, New York State Census, 2010 SOURCE: US Census Bureau, 2010

76 76 Community Health Assessment B 88. Percent Speaking Language Other Than English, New York State, Census 2010 SOURCE: US Census Bureau, 2010 B 89. Percent Speaking English Less Than Very Well, New York State, Census 2010 SOURCE: US Census Bureau, 2010

77 Community Health Assessment DISABILITY B 90. Disability Characteristics by Gender, Broome County, NY, Disability Characteristic Male % Pop Female Civilian non-institutionalized population 5 years and over 88,911 95, ,095 Population 5 to 15 years 12,545 12,245 24,790 Without any disability 10, % 11, % 21,981 With one type of disability 1, % % 2,407 With two or more types of disabilities % % 402 Population 16 to 20 years 8,953 8,411 17,364 Without any disability 8, % 7, % 16,127 With one type of disability % % 750 With two or more types of disabilities % % 487 Population 21 to 64 years 54,700 56, ,123 Without any disability 45, % 47, % 93,337 With one type of disability 3, % 3, % 6,782 With two or more types of disabilities 5, % 5, % 11,004 Population 65 to 74 years 6,761 7,950 14,711 Without any disability 5, % 5, % 10,566 With one type of disability % 1, % 2,314 With two or more types of disabilities % 1, % 1,831 Population 75 years and over 5,952 10,155 16,107 Without any disability 3, % 5, % 8,287 With one type of disability 1, % 2, % 3,569 With two or more types of disabilities 1, % 2, % 4,251 Civilian non-institutionalized population 16 years and over 76,366 82, ,305 Without any disability 62, % 65, % 128,317 With one type of disability 6, % 6, % 13,415 With two or more types of disabilities 7, % 10, % 17,573 Population 5 to 15 years 12,545 12,245 24,790 With any disability 1, % % 2,809 With a sensory disability % % 548 With a physical disability % % 639 With a mental disability 1, % % 2,035 With a self-care disability % % 150 Population 16 to 20 years 8,953 8,411 17,364 With any disability % % 1,237 With a sensory disability % % 137 With a physical disability % % 191 With a mental disability % % 951 With a self-care disability % % 81 With a go-outside-home disability % % 339 With an employment disability % % 460 Population 21 to 64 years 54,700 56, ,123 With any disability 8, % 8, % 17,786 With a sensory disability 2, % 1, % 3,653 With a physical disability 4, % 5, % 10,699 With a mental disability 3, % 2, % 6,245 With a self-care disability 1, % 1, % 2,876 With a go-outside-home disability 1, % 2, % 4,383 % Pop Total

78 78 Community Health Assessment Disability Characteristic Male % Pop Female With an employment disability 5, % 5, % 10,911 Population 65 to 74 years 6,761 7,950 14,711 With any disability 1, % 2, % 4,145 With a sensory disability % % 1,055 With a physical disability 1, % 1, % 3,162 With a mental disability % % 808 With a self-care disability % % 903 With a go-outside-home disability % % 1,136 Population 75 years and over 5,952 10,155 16,107 With any disability 2, % 5, % 7,820 With a sensory disability 1, % 1, % 3,241 With a physical disability 1, % 3, % 5,649 With a mental disability % 1, % 1,684 With a self-care disability % 1, % 1,939 With a go-outside-home disability % 2, % 3,619 EMPLOYMENT STATUS Population 16 to 64 years 63,653 64, ,487 With a sensory disability 2,361 1,429 3,790 Employed 1, % % 2,260 With a physical disability 4,830 6,060 10,890 Employed 1, % 2, % 3,377 With a mental disability 3,897 3,299 7,196 Employed 1, % 1, % 2,257 With a self-care disability 1,340 1,617 2,957 Employed % % 693 With a go-outside-home disability 2,115 2,607 4,722 Employed % % 1,261 With an employment disability 5,379 5,992 11,371 Employed % 1, % 2,120 POVERTY STATUS Population 5 years and over for whom poverty status is determined 85,412 92, ,446 With a sensory disability 4,509 4,068 8,577 Below poverty level % % 1,775 With a physical disability 8,289 12,051 20,340 Below poverty level 1, % 2, % 4,622 With a mental disability 6,065 5,484 11,549 Below poverty level 2, % 1, % 4,173 With a self-care disability 2,345 3,604 5,949 Below poverty level % % 1,429 Population 16 years and over for whom poverty status is determined 73,059 80, ,169 With a go-outside-home disability 3,302 6,175 9,477 Below poverty level 1, % 1, % 2,563 Population 16 to 64 years for whom poverty status is determined 60,346 62, ,351 With an employment disability 5,379 5,992 11,371 Below poverty level 2, % 2, % 4,505 SOURCE: US Census Bureau, American Community Survey, (3-year estimates) % Pop Total

79 Community Health Assessment B 91. Disability Characteristics, Broome County, NY, With a Percent with Disability Characteristics Total Disability a Disability Total civilian non-institutionalized population 197,437 27, % Population under 5 years 10, % With a hearing difficulty (X) % With a vision difficulty (X) % Population 5 to 17 years 29,917 1, % With a hearing difficulty (X) % With a vision difficulty (X) % With a cognitive difficulty (X) 1, % With an ambulatory difficulty (X) % With a self-care difficulty (X) % Population 18 to 64 years 126,213 14, % With a hearing difficulty (X) 2, % With a vision difficulty (X) 2, % With a cognitive difficulty (X) 5, % With an ambulatory difficulty (X) 6, % With a self-care difficulty (X) 1, % With an independent living difficulty (X) 4, % Population 65 years and over 31,000 11, % With a hearing difficulty (X) 4, % With a vision difficulty (X) 1, % With a cognitive difficulty (X) 2, % With an ambulatory difficulty (X) 6, % With a self-care difficulty (X) 2, % With an independent living difficulty (X) 4, % Gender Male 96,745 12, % Female 100,692 14, % Race and Hispanic or Latino Origin White alone 174,971 24, % Black of African American alone 8,361 1, % Asian alone 7, % Two or more races 4, % White alone, not Hispanic or Latino 170,403 24, % Hispanic or Latino (of any race) 6, % SOURCE: US Census Bureau, American Community Survey, (3-year estimates) (X) means that the estimate is not applicable or not available

80 Percent of Adults Broome County 80 Community Health Assessment B 92. Percent Disabled, New York State Census 2010 SOURCE: US Census Bureau, 2010 B 93. Disability among Adults, Broome County, NY, Disability, SOURCE: New York State Expanded Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS), Broome County, 2009

81 Percent of Adults Percent of Adults Broome County Community Health Assessment B 94. Have Health Problem that Requires the Use of Special Equipment among Adults, Broome County, NY, Have Health Problem that Requires Use of Special Equipment, SOURCE: New York State Expanded Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS), Broome County, 2009 B 95. Activity Limitations Because of Physical, Mental or Emotional Problems among Adults, Broome County, NY, Activity Limitations due to Physical, Mental or Emotional Problems, SOURCE: New York State Expanded Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS), Broome County, 2009

82 82 Community Health Assessment VETERAN STATUS B 96. Veteran Status, Broome County, NY, Veteran Characteristic Veterans Nonveterans Total Civilian population 18 years and over 15, , ,733 PERIOD OF SERVICE Gulf War (9/2001 or later) veterans 5.3% Gulf War (8/1990 to 8/2001) veterans 10.2% Vietnam era veterans 33.6% Korean War veterans 12.1% World War II veterans 14.0% GENDER AGE Male 96.2% 43.0% 48.3% Female 3.8% 57.0% 51.7% 18 to 34 years 5.5% 33.3% 30.5% 35 to 54 years 21.7% 34.2% 33.0% 55 to 64 years 23.6% 15.1% 16.0% 65 to 74 years 19.9% 8.7% 9.8% 75 years and over 29.2% 8.6% 10.7% RACE AND HISPANIC OR LATINO ORIGIN One race White 96.5% 89.4% 90.1% Black or African American 2.3% 4.3% 4.1% Asian 0.6% 4.0% 3.7% White alone, not Hispanic or Latino 95.9% 87.2% 88.1% MEDIAN INCOME IN THE PAST 12 MONTHS (In 2007 Inflation-Adjusted Dollars) Civilian population 18 years and over with income 32,146 22,041 23,316 Male 32,403 28,960 Female 22,433 18,867 EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT Civilian population 25 years and over 15, , ,760 Less than high school graduate 8.5% 11.3% 11.0% High school graduate (includes equivalency) 36.6% 32.1% 32.6% Some college or associate's degree 35.1% 30.4% 30.9% Bachelor's degree or higher 19.9% 26.3% 25.5% EMPLOYMENT STATUS Civilian population 18 to 64 years 8, , ,951 Labor force participation rate 73.0% 72.7% 72.8% Civilian labor force 18 to 64 years 5,935 86,432 92,367

83 Community Health Assessment Veteran Characteristic Veterans Nonveterans Total Unemployment rate 11.4% 8.6% 8.8% POVERTY STATUS IN THE PAST 12 MONTHS Civilian population 18 years and over 15, , ,947 Below poverty in the past 12 months 8.1% 16.1% 15.3% DISABILITY STATUS Civilian population 18 years and over 15, , ,947 With any disability 27.2% 15.4% 16.7% SOURCE: US Census Bureau, American Community Survey, (3-year estimates)

84 84 Community Health Assessment COMMUTING B 97. Commuting Characteristics, Broome County, NY, Commuting Characteristic Male Female Total Workers 16 years and over 45,467 41,889 87,356 MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION TO WORK Car, truck, or van 87.2% 88.9% 88.0% Drove alone 77.2% 79.5% 78.3% Carpooled 10.0% 9.4% 9.7% In 2-person carpool 8.4% 7.6% 8.0% In 3-person carpool 1.1% 0.8% 1.0% In 4-or-more person carpool 0.5% 0.9% 0.7% Workers per car, truck, or van Public transportation (excluding taxicab) 3.1% 2.4% 2.8% Walked 4.7% 3.2% 4.0% Bicycle 0.2% 0.0% 0.1% Taxicab, motorcycle, or other means 0.8% 1.1% 1.0% Worked at home 3.9% 4.3% 4.1% PLACE OF WORK Worked in state of residence 98.5% 99.1% 98.8% Worked in county of residence 87.8% 92.2% 89.9% Worked outside county of residence 10.7% 6.9% 8.9% Worked outside state of residence 1.5% 0.9% 1.2% TRAVEL TIME TO WORK Less than 10 minutes 17.6% 20.2% 18.9% 10 to 14 minutes 23.9% 25.8% 24.8% 15 to 19 minutes 20.1% 20.2% 20.1% 20 to 24 minutes 16.8% 15.9% 16.4% 25 to 29 minutes 4.8% 4.8% 4.8% 30 to 34 minutes 7.3% 6.6% 7.0% 35 to 44 minutes 1.8% 1.9% 1.8% 45 to 59 minutes 2.7% 2.0% 2.3% 60 or more minutes 5.0% 2.7% 3.9% Mean travel time to work (minutes) % VEHICLES AVAILABLE Workers 16 years and over in households 44,640 41,200 85,840 No vehicle available 4.9% 3.2% 4.1% 1 vehicle available 19.6% 24.9% 22.1% 2 vehicles available 47.5% 44.6% 46.1% 3 or more vehicles available 28.0% 27.2% 27.6% SOURCE: US Census Bureau, American Community Survey, (3-year estimates)

85 Community Health Assessment B 98. Percent Commuting via Public Transportation, New York State Census 2010 SOURCE: US Census Bureau, 2010 B 99. Mean Travel Time to Work (Minutes), New York State Census 2010 SOURCE: US Census Bureau, 2010

86 86 Community Health Assessment COUNTY HEALTH INDICATORS BY RACE / ETHNICITY (CHIRE) B 100. Broome County Health Indicators by Race/Ethnicity, Socio-Demographic Indicators Health Indicator Non-Hispanic White Black Asian/Pacific Hispanic Total Islander Population (2010) 475,569 10,336 7,486 6, ,600 Percent of Population (2010) 87.5% 5.2% 3.7% 3.4% 100.0% Median Annual Household Income in US Dollars ( )* 45,629 23,527 39,261 29,111 43,955 Percent of Families Below Poverty ( )* 9.8% 36.5% 18.9% 19.7% 11.3% General Health Indicators Total Mortality per 100,000, Age-adjusted Percent Premature Deaths (< 75 Years) 33.1% 71.8% 75.8% 72.9% 34.6% Years of Potential Life Lost per 100,000, Age-adjusted 6,594 9,794 3,265 6,384 6,700 Birth-Related Indicators Number of Births per Year (3 Year Average) 1, ,061 Percent Births with Early (1st Trimester) Prenatal Care 79.4% 64.2% 65.2% 70.6% 77.5% Percent Adequate Prenatal Care (Kotelchuck Index) 74.5% 54.7% 63.9% 62.2% 72.1% Percent Premature Births (< 37 Weeks Gestation) 10.5% 15.4% 11.2% 9.1% 10.8% Percent Low Birthweight Births (< 2.5 Kg) 7.5% 11.3% 6.8%~ 6.2%~ 7.7% Teen (Age 15-17) Pregnancy Rate per 1, ~ Total Pregnancy Rate per 1,000 Age Females Fertility Rate per 1,000 (All Births/Female Population 15-44) Infant Mortality per 1,000 Live Births ~ s s 8.7 Injury-Related Indicators Motor Vehicle-Related Mortality per 100,000, Age-adjusted 7.7 s 0.0~ 0.0~ 8.7 Unintentional Injury Mortality per 100,000, Age-adjusted ~ s s 28.1 Unintentional Injury Hospitalizations per 10,000, Age-adjusted ~ 67.7 Poisoning Hospitalizations per 10,000, Age-adjusted ~ 6.4~ 11.7 Fall hospitalizations per 10,000, Aged 65+ Years ~ 41.2~ 65.6~ Respiratory Disease Indicators Asthma Hospitalizations per 10,000, Age-adjusted ~ 13.2~ 11.0 Asthma Hospitalizations per 10,000, Aged 0-17 Years ~ s 12.8 Chronic Lower Respiratory Disease Mortality per 100,000, Ageadjusted Chronic Lower Respiratory Disease Hospitalizations per 10,000, Age-adjusted 81.1 s 0.0~ 0.0~ ~ 17.8~ 45.1

87 Community Health Assessment Heart Disease and Stroke Indicators Diseases of the Heart Mortality per 100,000, Age-adjusted ~ 196.8~ Diseases of the Heart Hospitalizations per 10,000, Age-adjusted Cerebrovascular Disease (Stroke) Mortality per 100,000, Age-adjusted ~ 63.5~ s 39.4 Cerebrovascular Disease (Stroke) Hospitalizations per 10,000, Age-adjusted ~ 12.8~ 23.7 Coronary Heart Disease Mortality per 100,000, Age-adjusted ~ 138.2~ Coronary Heart Disease Hospitalizations per 10,000, Age-adjusted ~ 13.3~ 32.3 Congestive Heart Failure Mortality per 100,000, Age-adjusted 27.0 s 0.0~ s 24.9 Congestive Heart Failure Hospitalizations per 10,000, Age 18+ Years ~ 2.8~ 41.5 Diabetes Indicators Diabetes Mortality per 100,000, Age-adjusted ~ s s 24.4 Diabetes Hospitalizations per 10,000 (Primary Dx ICD9 250), Age-adjusted ~ 5.6~ 12.9 Diabetes Hospitalizations per 10,000 (Any Dx ICD9 250), Age-adjusted Diabetes Short-term Complications Hospitalizations per 10,000, Aged 6-17 Years Diabetes Short-term Complications Hospitalizations per 10,000, Aged 18+ Years Cancer Indicators ~ 0.0~ 14.3~ s 2.8~ 5.2 Lung Cancer Incidence per 100,000, Age-adjusted ( ) ~ s s 64.1 Colorectal Cancer Mortality per 100,000, Age-adjusted ( ) 18.1 s s s 17.7 Female Breast Cancer Mortality per 100,000, Age-adjusted ( ) 18.3 s s s 18.2 Cervix Uteri Cancer Mortality per 100,000, Age-adjusted ( ) 1.6~ s s s 1.6~ Percent Early Stage Colorectal Cancer ( ) 46.7% 87.5%~ s s 47.3% Percent Early Stage Female Breast Cancer ( ) 68.0% s s s 68.1% Percent Early Stage Cervical Cancer ( ) 68.4%~ s s s 68.4% Substance Abuse and Mental Health-Related Indicators Drug-related Hospitalizations per 10,000, Age-adjusted ~ 10.1~ 14.6 Suicide Mortality Rate per 100,000, Age-adjusted 8.3 s 18.6~ 0.0~ 8.3 SOURCE: New York State Department of Health, County Health Indicators by Race/Ethnicity, * Fewer than 20 events in the numerator; therefore the rate is unstable s Total number suppressed for confidentiality ~ Hispanics are not excluded from the Black and Asian/Pacific Islander categories. Pacific Islanders are not included in the Asian/Pacific Islander category

88 88 Community Health Assessment DEMOGRAPHIC SUMMARY TABLE B 101. SUMMARY TABLE: Demographic, Social, Economic, and Housing Profile Comparisons, Broome County, New York State, United States, Demographic TOTAL POPULATION 200, , ,000 GENDER (percent) Broome County New York State United States million 19.5 million 19.6 million million million million Males Females MEDIAN AGE (years) AGE CATEGORY (percent) Under to to to and over RACE of those reporting single race (percent) White Black or African American American Indian or Alaska Native <0.5 <0.5 <0.5 <0.5 <0.5 < Asian Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander 0 0 < < 0.5 < 0.5 < 0.5 Other 1 < ETHNICITY (percent) White, non-hispanic Hispanic (any race) LANGUAGE (percent) at least 5 years of age Language other than English at home Spanish Other language Does not speak English very well TYPE OF HOUSEHOLD (percent) Married-couple families Other families People living alone Other nonfamily households

89 Community Health Assessment Demographic Broome County New York State United States AVERAGE HOUSEHOLD SIZE (number of persons) NUMBER OF HOUSEHOLDS 80,000 80,000 82,000 GEOGRAPHIC MOBILITY (percent) 7.2 million 7.2 million 7.2 million million 115 million 116 million Same residence Different residence, same county Different county same state Different state Abroad NATIVITY (percent) Foreign born Native Born in New York *Born in state of residence * 59* 59* EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT (percent) Graduate or professional degree Bachelor s degree Associate s degree Some college, no degree High school diploma or equivalency Less than high school SCHOOL ENROLLMENTS (percent) Nursery school and kindergarten Elementary or high school College or graduate school Total school enrollment 53,000 55,000 55,000 INCOME 5.0 million 5.0 million 5.0 million 82.7 million 83.1 million 83.1 million Median household income (US dollars) $46,913 $44,931 $45,175 $57,.024 $56,343 $56,448 $52,617 $51,324 $51,371 Percent of households receiving earnings

90 90 Community Health Assessment Demographic Broome County New York State United States Percent receiving retirement income other than Social Security Percent receiving Social Security Average Social Security income (US dollars) $17,399 $17,054 $16,983 $17,529 $17,191 $17,247 $17,098 $16,993 $16,977 POVERTY RATES (percent) People age 65 and over Related children under 18 years All families Female householder families All people DISABILITY (percent) Under Age 18 to Age 65 and older Total HOUSING UNITS 91,000 91,000 90, million 8.1 million 8.1 million million million million Percent vacant HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS (percent) Single-unit structures Multi-unit structures Mobile homes PAYING 30% OR MORE OF INCOME FOR HOUSING (percent) Owners with mortgage Owners without mortgage Renters MEDIAN MONTHLY HOUSING COSTS (US dollars) Mortgaged owners $1,180 $1,158 $1,114 $2,071 $2,016 $1,967 $1,579 $1,517 $1,460 Non-mortgaged owners $476 $473 $449 $698 $699 $683 $454 $451 $434 Renters $678 $686 $680 $1,071 $1,075 $1,079 $897 $886 $884 OCCUPIED HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS Number of occupied housing units 80,000 80,000 82, million 7.2 million 7.2 million million 115 million 116 million Percent owner occupied

91 Community Health Assessment Demographic Broome County New York State United States Percent renter occupied Percent of households without telephone service Percent of households without access to a car, truck, or van for private use Percent of households with 2 vehicles Percent of households with three or more vehicles EMPLOYMENT BY INDUSTRY (percent) Educational services, health care, and social assistance Manufacturing Retail trade Arts, entertainment, and recreation, and accommodation and food services Professional, scientific, and management, and administrative and waste management services Construction Finance and insurance, and real estate and rental and leasing OCCUPATIONS (percent) Management, business, science, and arts occupations Sales and office occupations Service occupations Production, transportation, and materials moving Natural resources, construction, and maintenance occupations EMPLOYMENT Private wage and salary workers

92 92 Community Health Assessment Demographic Broome County New York State United States Federal, state, or local government workers Self-employed workers (in own nonincorporated business) TRAVEL TO WORK (percent) Drove to work alone Carpooled to work Took public transportation to work Other means Worked at home Average time to get to work (minutes) SOURCE: US Census Bureau, American Community Survey, 2012 (1-year estimates)

93 Community Health Assessment FAMILY PLANNING B 102. Family Planning / Natality Indicators, Broome County, Upstate New York, New York State, Indicator 3 Year Total Broome County NYS Upstate NY Quartile Ranking % of births within 24 months of previous 1, th pregnancy % of births to teens (15-17 years) rd % of births to teens (15-19 years) nd % of births to women 35+ years nd Fertility rate per 1,000 (all births/female 6, nd population 15-44) Births to mothers: years 4 0.2* rd years rd years nd years st Pregnancy rate per 1,000 (all pregnancies/ 8, rd females years) Teen pregnancy rate per 1, years nd years th years nd years st Abortion Ratio (induced abortions per 100 live births) years rd All ages 2, th SOURCE: New York State Department of Health, County Health Assessment Indicators, *fewer than 10 events in the numerator, rate unstable HP 2020 Goal HP 2020 Goal Met

94 Percentage of Births Rate Broome County 94 Community Health Assessment B 103. Birth Rate, Broome County (single year & 3-year average) & Upstate New York, [Crude Rate] Birth Rate, Broome Upstate NY YR AVG Year SOURCE: New York State Department of Health, County Health Indicator Reports, B 104. Percentage of Births within 24 Months of Previous Pregnancy, Broome County (single year & 3- year average) & Upstate New York, [Crude Rate] Percentage of Births within 24 Months of Previous Pregnancy, Broome Upstate NY YR AVG Year SOURCE: New York State Department of Health, County Health Indicator Reports,

95 Percentage of Births Broome County Community Health Assessment B 105. Births within 24 Months of Previous Pregnancy, B 106. Percentage of Births to Teens (age 15-17), Broome County (single year & 3-year average) & Upstate New York, [Crude Rate] Percentage of Births to Teens (age 15-17), Broome Upstate NY YR AVG Year SOURCE: New York State Department of Health, County Health Indicator Reports,

96 Percentage of Births Broome County 96 Community Health Assessment B 107. Percentage of Births to Teens (age 15-19), Broome County (single year & 3-year average) & Upstate New York, [Crude Rate] Percentage of Births to Teens (age 15-19), Broome Upstate NY YR AVG Year SOURCE: New York State Department of Health, County Health Indicator Reports, B 108. Percentage of Births to Teens (age 15-19),

97 Community Health Assessment B 109. Adolescent Birth Rates by Zip Code

98 Percentage of Births Broome County 98 Community Health Assessment B 110. Percentage of Births to Women 25 Years and Older Without High School Education, B 111. Percentage of Births to Women 35 Years and Older, Broome County (single year & 3-year average) & Upstate New York, [Crude Rate] Percentage of Births to Women 35 Years and Older, Broome Upstate NY YR AVG Year SOURCE: New York State Department of Health, County Health Indicator Reports,

99 Rate per 1,000 Females Broome County Community Health Assessment B 112. Percentage of Births to Women 35 Years and Older, B 113. Fertility Rate per 1,000 Females (age 15-44) Broome County (single year & 3-year average) & Upstate New York, [Crude Rate] Fertility Rate (age 15-44), Broome Upstate NY YR AVG Year SOURCE: New York State Department of Health, County Health Indicator Reports,

100 Rate per 1,000 Females Broome County 100 Community Health Assessment B 114. Fertility Rate per 1,000 Females (age 15-44), B 115. Teen Fertility Rate per 1,000 Females (age 10-14), Broome County (single year & 3-year average) & Upstate New York, [Crude Rate] Teen Fertility Rate (age 10-14), Broome Upstate NY YR AVG Year SOURCE: New York State Department of Health, County Health Indicator Reports,

101 Rate per 1,000 Females Broome County Community Health Assessment B 116. Teen Fertility Rate per 1,000 (Births to Mothers ages years/female Population ages years), B 117. Teen Fertility Rate per 1,000 Females (age 15-17), Broome County (single year & 3-year average) & Upstate New York, [Crude Rate] Teen Fertility Rate (age 15-17), Broome Upstate NY YR AVG Year SOURCE: New York State Department of Health, County Health Indicator Reports,

102 Rate per 1,000 Females Broome County 102 Community Health Assessment B 118. Teen Fertility Rate per 1,000, (Births to Mothers ages 15-17/Female Population ages 15-17, B 119. Teen Fertility Rate per 1,000 Females (age 15-19), Broome County (single year & 3-year average) & Upstate New York, New York State, [Crude Rate] Teen Fertility Rate (age 15-19), Broome Upstate NY YR AVG Year SOURCE: New York State Department of Health, County Health Indicator Reports,

103 Rate per 1,000 Females Broome County Community Health Assessment B 120. Teen Fertility Rate per 1,000, (Births to Mothers ages 15-19/Female Population ages 15-19), B 121. Teen Fertility Rate per 1,000 Females (age 18-19), Broome County (single year & 3-year average) & Upstate New York, [Crude Rate] Teen Fertility Rate (age 18-19), Broome Upstate NY YR AVG Year SOURCE: New York State Department of Health, County Health Indicator Reports,

104 Rate per 1,000 Females Broome County 104 Community Health Assessment B 122. Teen Fertility Rate per 1,000, (Births to Mothers ages 18-19/Female Population ages 18-19), B 123. Pregnancy Rate per 1,000 Females (age 15-44), Broome County (single year & 3-year average) & Upstate New York, [Crude Rate] Pregnancy Rate (age 15-44), Broome Upstate NY YR AVG Year SOURCE: New York State Department of Health, County Health Indicator Reports,

105 Rate per 1,000 Females Broome County Community Health Assessment B 124. Pregnancy Rate per 1,000 Females (age 15-44), B 125. Pregnancy Rate per 1,000 Females (age 10-14) Broome County (single year & 3-year average) & Upstate New York, [Crude Rate] Pregnancy Rate (age 10-14), Broome Upstate NY YR AVG Year SOURCE: New York State Department of Health, County Health Indicator Reports,

106 Rate per 1,000 Females Broome County 106 Community Health Assessment B 126. Teen Pregnancy Rate per 1,000 Females (ages years), B 127. Pregnancy Rate per 1,000 Females (age 15-17) Broome County (single year & 3-year average) & Upstate New York, [Crude Rate] Pregnancy Rate (age 15-17), Broome Upstate NY YR AVG Year SOURCE: New York State Department of Health, County Health Indicator Reports,

107 Rate per 1,000 Females Broome County Community Health Assessment B 128. Teen Pregnancy Rate per 1,000, years, B 129. Pregnancy Rate per 1,000 Females (age 15-19) Broome County (single year & 3-year average) & Upstate New York, [Crude Rate] Pregnancy Rate (age 15-19), Broome Upstate NY YR AVG Year SOURCE: New York State Department of Health, County Health Indicator Reports,

108 Induced Abortions per 100 Live Births Rate per 1,000 Females Broome County 108 Community Health Assessment B 130. Pregnancy Rate per 1,000 Females (age 18-19) Broome County (single year & 3-year average) & Upstate New York, [Crude Rate] Pregnancy Rate (age 18-19), Broome Upstate NY YR AVG Year SOURCE: New York State Department of Health, County Health Indicator Reports, B 131. Abortion Ratio (all ages) Broome County (single year & 3-year average) & Upstate New York, [Crude Rate] Abortion Ratio (all ages), Broome Upstate NY YR AVG Year SOURCE: New York State Department of Health, County Health Indicator Reports,

109 Induced Abortions per 100 Live Births Broome County Community Health Assessment B 132. Abortion Ratio, Induced Abortions per 100 Live Births (all ages), B 133. Abortion Ratio (age 15-19) Broome County (single year & 3-year average) & Upstate New York, [Crude Rate] Abortion Ratio (age 15-19), Broome Upstate NY YR AVG Year SOURCE: New York State Department of Health, County Health Indicator Reports,

110 110 Community Health Assessment B 134. Abortion Ratio, Induced Abortions per 100 Live Births (age 15-19)

111 Community Health Assessment B 135. Adolescent Pregnancy Rates by Zip Code, Broome County, NY,

112 Rate per 10,000 Rate per 10,000 Broome County 112 Community Health Assessment MORBIDITY: HOSPITALIZATIONS & EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT VISITS B 136. Total Hospitalization Rate per 10,000, Broome County (single year & 3-year average) & Upstate New York, [Crude Rate] 1,400 1,200 1, Total Hospitalization Rate, Broome 1, , , , , , , , , ,135.0 Upstate NY 1, , , , , , , , , , YR AVG 1, , , , , , , ,181.3 Year SOURCE: New York State Department of Health, County Health Indicator Reports, B 137. Age-Adjusted Total Hospitalization Rate per 10,000, Broome County (single year & 3-year average) & Upstate New York, [Adjusted Rate] Age-Adjusted Total Hospitalization Rate, ,400 1,200 1, Broome 1, , , , , , , , , ,045.5 Upstate NY 1, , , , , , , , , , YR AVG 1, , , , , , , ,075.7 Year SOURCE: New York State Department of Health, County Health Indicator Reports,

113 Rate per 10,000 Rate per 10,000 Broome County Community Health Assessment B 138. Total Emergency Department Visit Rate per 10,000, Broome County (single year & 3-year average) & Upstate New York, [Crude Rate] Total Emergency Department Visit Rate, ,500 4,000 3,500 3,000 2,500 2,000 1,500 1, Broome 3, , , , , ,930.4 Upstate NY 3, , , , , , YR AVG 3, , , ,944.1 Year SOURCE: New York State Department of Health, County Health Indicator Reports, B 139. Age-Adjusted Total Emergency Department Visit Rate per 10,000, Broome County (single year & 3-year average) & Upstate New York, [Adjusted Rate] Age-Adjusted Total Emergency Department Visit Rate, ,500 4,000 3,500 3,000 2,500 2,000 1,500 1, Broome 3, , , , , ,926.4 Upstate NY 3, , , , , , YR AVG 3, , , ,919.0 Year SOURCE: New York State Department of Health, County Health Indicator Reports,

114 Rate per 100,000 Broome County 114 Community Health Assessment B 140. Total Emergency Department Visit Rate per 10,000, YEARS OF PRODUCTIVE LIFE LOST B 141. Years of Potential Life Lost per 100,000, Broome County (single year & 3-year average) & Upstate New York, [Crude Rate] 9,000 8,000 7,000 6,000 5,000 4,000 3,000 2,000 1,000 0 Years of Potential Life Lost per 100,000, Broome 6, , , , , , , , , ,608.2 Upstate NY 6, , , , , , , , , , YR AVG 6, , , , , , , ,874.4 Year SOURCE: New York State Department of Health, County Health Indicator Reports,

115 Community Health Assessment B 142. Years of Potential Life Lost per 100,000, MORTALITY B 143. Mortality Indicators, Broome County, Upstate New York, New York State, Mortality Indicator 3-year Upstate Quartile Broome NY Total NY Ranking CANCER MORTALITY (age-adjusted per 100,000) 1, nd Lip, oral cavity &pharynx rd Colon and rectum rd Lung and bronchus nd Melanoma of the skin rd Female breast nd Cervix / uteri 6 1.6* nd Ovarian th Prostate th Childhood mortality (rate per 100,000 population) 1-4 years * nd 5-9 years 3 9.6* nd years * rd 5-14 years * rd years st CIRRHOSIS Mortality rates per 100,000 [ICD10 K70,K73-K74] Crude , th Age-adjusted th DIABETES Mortality rate per 100,000 [ICD10 E10-E14] Crude th

116 116 Community Health Assessment Mortality Indicator 3-year Upstate Quartile Broome NY Total NY Ranking Age-adjusted th CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE Mortality rates per 100,000 [ICD10 I00-I99] Crude 2, th Age-adjusted 2, rd Premature death (ages 35-64) th Pretransport mortality 1, th DISEASE OF THE HEART Mortality rates per 100,000 [ICD10 I00-I09, I11, I13, I20-I51] Crude 1, th Age-adjusted 1, rd Premature death (ages 35-64) rd Pretransport mortality 1, th CORONARY HEART DISEASE Mortality rates per 100,000 [ICD10 I11, I20-I25] Crude 1, rd Age-adjusted 1, rd Premature death (ages 35-64) rd Pretransport mortality th CONGESTIVE HEART FAILURE Mortality rates per 100,000 [ICD10 I50] Crude rd Age-adjusted nd Premature death (ages 35-64) 4 1.8* rd Pretransport mortality nd CEREBROVASCULAR DISEASE (STROKE) Mortality rates per 100,000 [ICD10 I60-I69] Crude th Age-adjusted th Premature death (ages 35-64) th Pretransport mortality th AIDS mortality rate per 100, rd AIDS mortality rate age-adjusted th Suicide Mortality Rate per 100,000 Crude nd Age-Adjusted nd years 0 0.0* st Homicide Mortality Rate per 100,000 Crude th Age-Adjusted th Unintentional Injury Mortality Rate per 100,000 Crude rd Age-Adjusted nd Motor Vehicle Mortality Rate per 100,000 Crude st Age-Adjusted st Non-Motor Vehicle Mortality Rate per 100,000 Crude th

117 Rate per 100,000 Broome County Community Health Assessment Mortality Indicator 3-year Upstate Quartile Broome NY Total NY Ranking Age-Adjusted th Alcohol Related Motor Vehicle Injuries and Deaths st per 100,000 Mortality Rates (per 1,000 births) Infant (<1 year) th Neonatal (<28 days) th Postneonatal (1 month to 1 year) th Fetal death (>20 weeks gestation) nd Perinatal (20 weeks gestation - 28 days of rd life) Perinatal (28 weeks gestation - 7 days of life) th Maternal mortality rate per 100,000 births * rd Fatal Work-related Injuries per 100,000 Employed rd Persons Age 16+ CLRD (COPD) mortality rate per 100,000 Crude nd Age-Adjusted nd Asthma mortality rate per 1,000,000 Crude 9 1.5* th Age-Adjusted 9 1.1* rd SOURCE: New York State, Community Health Indicators Reports, B 144. Total Mortality Rate per 100,000, Broome County (single year & 3-year average) & Upstate New York, [Crude Rate] 1200 Total Mortality, Broome 1, , , , , , , , , ,009.0 Upstate NY YR AVG 1, , , , , , , ,036.3 Year SOURCE: New York State Department of Health, County Health Indicator Reports,

118 Rate per 100,000 Broome County 118 Community Health Assessment B 145. Total Mortality Rate per 100,000, B 146. All Cancers Age-Adjusted Mortality Rate per 100,000, Broome County (single year & 3-year average) & Upstate New York, [Adjusted Rate] Age-Adjusted Total Mortality, Broome Upstate NY YR AVG Year SOURCE: New York State Department of Health, County Health Indicator Reports,

119 Rate per 100,000 Broome County Community Health Assessment B 147. Percentage of Premature Deaths (age <75 years) per 100,000, Broome County (single year & 3- year average) & Upstate New York, [Crude Rate] Percentage of Premature Deaths (age <75), Broome Upstate NY YR AVG Year SOURCE: New York State Department of Health, County Health Indicator Reports, B 148. Percentage Premature Deaths (ages <75 Years),

120 Rate per 100,000 Broome County 120 Community Health Assessment B 149. Fatal Work-Related Injuries per 100,000 Employed Persons (age 16 and older), Broome County & Upstate New York, [Crude Rate, 2-year average] Fatal Work-Related Injuries (age>16), Broome Upstate NY Year SOURCE: New York State Department of Health, County Health Indicator Reports, B 150. Fatal Work Related Injuries per 100,000 Employed Persons Aged 16 and Older,

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