Health Zone 6

Tables

Population health

These sets of indicators are organized based on the Population Health Model. Together, they provide a comprehensive view of the people who live, learn, work and take part in activities and community life in the province. 

Population health
Indicators on population, households, dependents, language preferences, disability information and sexual orientation.
Population health
Indicators on built environment and natural environment.
Population health
Indicators on healthy eating, physical activity, sedentary behaviours, sleep, substance use, and more.
Population health
Indicators on family and social support, community safety, stress, education, employment and income.
Population health
Indicators on access to services and experience with services.
Population health
Indicators on quality of life and length of life.

Primary Health Survey

These sets of indicators are from our Primary Health Survey, which aims to understand and report on New Brunswickers' experiences with primary health services.

Primary Health Survey
Indicators on New Brunswickers’ demographic context, determinants of health and health status.
Primary Health Survey
Indicators on the delivery of health services in New Brunswick and the interactions citizens have with these services.
Primary Health Survey
Indicators on the experience citizens reported throughout their journey while interacting with the New Brunswick health system.

About this Health Zone

Zone 6 - Bathurst and Acadian Peninsula Area includes the following NBHC communities:

  • Bathurst, Beresford, Petit-Rocher Area
  • Caraquet, Paquetville, Bertrand Area
  • Shippagan, Lamèque, Inkerman Area
  • Tracadie and Saint-Isidore

Note:

The geographic boundaries of this health zone have been modified since 2018 to reflect the changes to the boundaries as defined in the New Brunswick Regional Health Authorities Act, under Schedule A.

Users are advised to exercise caution if comparing data from these geographic areas to previous data cycles. For the affected geographic areas, comparisons between data cycles may not be precise.