Communities, Health Zones & NB

Comparison

Douglas Area
Douglas

Population health outcomes

Self-rated health as very good or excellent - adults (%)
48.2
Self-rated mental health as very good or excellent - adults (%)
54.4
Three or more chronic health conditions - adults (%)
25.2
Potentially avoidable deaths (Rate per 100,000)
220.9

Health services

Wait time of less than 1 month to see specialist for first time (%)
41.8
Has a primary health care provider (%)
85.0
Has access to a primary health team (%)
45.4
Ability to get an appointment with their family doctor within 5 days (%)
55.4

Health behaviours

Overweight or obese - children (%)
44.9
Marijuana use within the last 12 months - youth (grades 9-12) (%)
35.1
Heavy drinking - adults (%)
33.0
Perceived life stress (most days are quite a bit or extremely stressful) - adults (%)
21.9

Social and economic factors

Treated fairly in community - youth (%)
41.4
Has been bullied in the past couple of months - youth (%)
60.5
Sense of belonging to community - adults (%)
75.0
Kindergarten school readiness (Anglophone and Francophone children combined) (%)
81.5

Physical environment

Exposure to second-hand smoke in vehicles (%)
4.0
Commuting to and from school actively - youth (%)
14.5
Living in dwellings requiring major repairs (%)
11.4

Resources

Family physicians (FTE) (Rate per 10,000)
2.0
Family physicians (Office-based) (Rate per 10,000)
2.4