Data tables from the Los Angeles County Health Survey (LACHS)
survey year and topic
. Other data are
available in our
Trend data tables
specific topic of interest
Query System - (2007 & 2005 LACHS Only)
The L.A. HealthDataNow! project was established by
epidemiologists of the Department of Public Health (DPH)
to close the gap on data accessibility. Utilizing tools
commonly used by DPH analysts, programs can not only
provide their data in an automated and flexible manner,
but they can also incorporate automated statistical
analysis into the query system. Ultimately, the goal of
this project is to extend this query system to all DPH
programs that have similar interests to make their
public health data more accessible.
LA HealthDataNaow! query System is available for automated
analysis of the 2007 and 2005 survey data.
General Data Requests
If there are specific LACHS data or analyses you need that are unavailable on our
website, our staff can provide them. We routinely fulfill customized data requests
for community-based organizations, advocacy groups, researchers writing grant
proposals, and government agencies. Turn-around time is usually a minimum of 2 weeks,
but varies depending on the nature and complexity of the request.
Please call (213) 240-7785, Monday through Friday, for further assistance.
Data Requests for Research Collaborators
The Los Angeles County Health Survey (LACHS) data are
available for health related research purposes by
entering into a formal research agreement with the
Office of Health Assessment and Epidemiology (OHAE). The
Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (LAC-DPH)
is interested in making the best possible use of the
data and furthering collaborations with academic centers
and other institutions. Requests to use the LACHS data
sets are considered on a case-by-case basis.
Click here for the guidelines for accessing LACHS data.