Health Reports and Data

Health Improvement Plan, Health Assessment, STD's, Child Abuse and more health related reports.

Medical Records / Birth Certificates / Vital Records

Medical Records may be requested from the Department of Health by calling (314) 657-1447. The fee is $10 / per record (cash only, please have exact change).

Birth Certificates and other vital records are managed by the City of St. Louis Recorder of Deeds.
8:00 am - 5:00 pm M-F (No Saturday Hours)
City Hall Room 126
1200 Market St., St. Louis 63103
(314) 622-4610
https://www.stlouis-mo.gov/government/departments/recorder/

Vaccinations

The Department of Health works with community partners to offer vaccinations for people living in the City of St. Louis. Please visit the vaccination information website for information on school, Hepatitis A, travel, and influenza vaccinations. 

Data Briefs

Data Briefs are short publications that highlight data findings from various public health issues, programs or projects.
View and Download Data Briefs

Influenza Reports

The City of St. Louis Department of Health reports on influenza numbers in the City of St. Louis. These reports detail the weekly percentage of emergency room visits for influenza-like illness.
View and Download Influenza Reports

Sexually Transmitted Disease Reports

The City of St. Louis Department of Health regularly reports on sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) in the City of St. Louis.  These reports detail the demographic breakdown of STDs reportable to the state.
View and Download STD Reports

Lead Poisoning Annual Reports

In 2003, Mayor Slay launched the initiative to end childhood lead poisoning (CLP) in the City of St. Louis.  The Department of Health produces annual reports on childhood lead poisoning in the City of St. Louis, examining a variety of factors involved with CLP.
View and Download Lead Poisoning Reports

City of St. Louis Obesity Reports

Mayor Francis Slay identified reducing obesity by 5% in the City of St. Louis by 2018 as a priority in his Sustainability Action Agenda. To meet this goal, the Department of Health (DOH) developed and released the City's Obesity Plan in May 2014. A report followed as a supplement to the initial plan and served to set the benchmark of obesity rates in the City.

View and Download "St. Louis: The City Where Healthy Living Matters"

View and Download the City of St. Louis Obesity Report supplement

View and Download the Obesity Surveillance in City of St. Louis

Restaurant Health Ratings and Inspection Reports

The City of St Louis Department of Health is responsible for verifying all food establishments follow well-recognized procedures to provide safe and wholesome food to the public. This includes all operations that provide food to the general public, such as restaurants, taverns, carry-outs, grocery stores, caterers, and day care centers. Both permanent and temporary operations are regulated.
Current food and beverage establishment health ratings, inspections, and archived reports

Environmental Health Services Reports

The Environmental Health Services annual report looks at the regulated environmental health issues in the City of St. Louis. The report is prepared by Center for Health Information, Planning, and Research for the Bureau of Environmental Health Services.
View and Download Environmental Health Services Annual Reports

2017
Air Monitoring After The Clemens House Fire
Clemens Mansion Fire - Information Packet
EPA Testing Results - Clemens Mansion
Printable - Clemens Mansion FAQ

Annual Accomplishment Reports

Each summer, The City of St. Louis Department of Health releases its Annual Report as a snapshot of the Department's efforts and activities over the past year. 

View and Download FY2016 Update and Accomplishments

View and Download FY2017 Update and Accomplishments

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Community Health Reports

2017 Saint Louis Local Public Health System Assessment

The St. Louis Local Public Health System Assessment (LPHSA) was conducted on May 22, 2017 as one of the four assessments in the Mobilizing for Action through Planning and Partnerships (MAPP) process. MAPP is a community-driven strategic planning framework that guides communities in developing and implementing efforts around the prioritization of public health issues and identification of resources to address them as defined by the 10 Essential Public Health Services. The MAPP process includes four assessment tools, including the Local Public Health System Assessment.
View and Download the Saint Louis Local Public Health System Assessment (2017)

Department of Health Assessment of At-Risk Populations 2015 Emergency Preparedness and Response

The Assessment of At-Risk Populations report examines an overview of an assessment of people with disabilities and other vulnerable groups in the City of St. Louis. These individuals are at a heighten risks during emergencies. The report was prepared by the City of St. Louis Department of Health in collaboration with the City Emergency Management Agency, Office on the Disabled, St. Louis Area Agency on Aging, and Emergency Preparedness Division of Metro Transit. 
View and Download the Assessment of At-Risk Populations (2015) Report

City of St. Louis Community Health Improvement Plan

This publication contains the results of an improvement plan constructed by public health partners and citywide residents pursuant to the responsibility of the City of St. Louis Department of Health's policy development core public health function.
View and Download City of St. Louis Community Health Improvement Plan

2012 City of St. Louis Community Health Assessment

This publication is an assessment ordered by the City of St. Louis Director of Health to help understand community needs and health disparities. 
View and Download 2012 City of St. Louis Community Health Assessment

Understanding Our Needs

This publication is a ZIP Code by ZIP Code look at the health of people living in the City of St. Louis. Numerous indicators are detailed, including socioeconomic, environmental health, mortality, access to healthcare, and birth indicators.
View and Download Understanding Our Needs Reports

National Partnership for Action to End Health Disparities Heartland RHEC Blueprint

This report from the Heartland Region Health Equity Council of the National Partnership for Action to End Health Disparities identifies collaborative strategies to address goals that have been developed to end health disparities. This "Blueprint" for action was created using stakeholder input from federal, regional, state and local levels. The U.S. Office of Minority Health and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services provided support to the Council.  
View and Download Heartland RHEC Blueprint

"The Changing Health of Our Region" with Dr. Gunn and Pamela Walker

Download "The Changing Health of Our Region"

Child Abuse and Neglect Reports - Missouri Department of Social Services

The Missouri Department of Social Services releases an annual report which details statistical information about Child Abuse and Neglect in Missouri. The data tables include county-level and statewide information.
View and Download the Missouri Child Abuse and Neglect Annual Reports

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Child Abuse and Neglect Report

This is the Missouri Department of Social Services Children's Division Child Abuse and Neglect Calendar Year 2010 Annual Report.

View and Download Child Abuse and Neglect Report

 

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