Minority Health Report, 2001-2005
This report compiles information from the Department of Health Services
about the health of Wisconsin's African American, American
Indian, Asian, and Hispanic/Latino populations. Its purpose is to make
health information more readily available to the communities and
policymakers working to eliminate health disparities in Wisconsin.
All sections of the report are available in Portable Document Format (PDF)
from the links below.
Wisconsin Minority Health Report, 2001-2005
(entire report, P-45716) (PDF, 897 KB)
Beginning and Key Findings, pages 1-22 (PDF, 263 KB)
- Letter from the State Health Officer
- Letter from the Wisconsin Minority Health Leadership Council
- Table of Contents
- Key Findings: African American
- Key Findings: American Indian
- Key Findings: Asian
- Key Findings: Hispanic/Latino
Americans, pages 23-50 (PDF, 754 KB)
Indians, pages 51-78 (PDF, 546 KB)
pages 79-108 (PDF, 570 KB)
pages 109-138 (PDF, 558 KB)
Notes, pages 139-140 (PDF, 58 KB)
Also available: Detailed
source tables for many of the figures included in this report.
More health statistics from the
Department of Health Services are available.
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please write to: Ruth DeWeese.
May 27, 2014