The percent without health insurance of Telfair County, GA was 22.90% for 18 to 64, all races, both sexes and all income levels in 2014.

Percent Uninsured

Percent Uninsured by Income Level

Percent Uninsured by Race

The Small Area Health Insurance Estimate (SAHIE) estimates health insurance coverage from the American Community Survey (ACS).

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Health and Health Insurance Datasets Involving Telfair County, GA

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    Number Of People Without Health Insurance All States 2005-2012

    opendata.utah.gov | Last Updated 2019-04-19T06:44:33.000Z

    Number Of People Without Health Insurance All States 2005-2012

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    Medical Assistance Enrollment July 2003 - Current County & Statewide Human Services

    data.pa.gov | Last Updated 2019-07-18T19:41:10.000Z

    Persons enrolled in Medical Assistance (Medicaid) for a given month. Includes Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), General Assistance (GA), Disabled, & Waiver categories.

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    SSA Clients By Census Tract By Program And By Adult Child -2014

    data.acgov.org | Last Updated 2015-02-27T20:00:35.000Z

    This file shows the number of children and adults who received assistance from Alameda Social Services Agency from a variety of social welfare programs at any time in 2014, by Census tract. The following programs are included: CalWORKs provides monthly cash assistance to very low income families with children. Immediate Need provides cash assistance to families in the process of applying for CalWORKs, who have an emergency immediate need for cash assistance usually because they are homeless and awaiting approval for CalWORKs. CalFresh provides benefits on a plastic card that can be swiped at stores to pay for food only. Medi-Cal provides no cost or very low-cost health insurance to low income individuals and families. General Assistance provides cash assistance to very low-income adults without children. General Assistance clients who are considered employable are limited to 3 months of aid, while those considered unemployable have no time limit. Foster Care provides cash assistance to families and group homes for children whom the court has determined need a safe place to live when their parents or other relatives cannot take care of them. KinGAP provides cash assistance to relatives who take legal guardianship of former foster youth. Adoption Assistance provides cash assistance to families who adopt former foster youth. Refugee Cash Assistance provides short term monthly cash assistance to very low income to refugee families. One caveat is that individuals may receive assistance from programs through other counties or agencies other than Alameda Social Services Agency, and they would not be counted in these figures. For example, persons may receive Medi-Cal coverage by virtue of being SSI recipients, with eligibility determined by the Social Security Administration, rather than Alameda Social Services Agency. In addition, children may receive Foster Care, KinGAP, or Adoption Assistance from the county where they originally resided, rather than Alameda Social Services, and these youth would also not be counted in these figures.

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    Election Results

    data.fultoncountyga.gov | Last Updated 2019-02-04T14:56:09.000Z

    This data set consists of all Fulton County Election results from April 2012 to present. Included with each record is the race, candidate, precinct, number of election day votes, number of absentee by mail votes, number of advance in person votes, number of provisional votes, total number of votes, name of election, and date of election. This data set is updated after each election.

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    Food Service Inspection Violations

    data.fultoncountyga.gov | Last Updated 2019-07-20T07:13:18.000Z

    This dataset contains violations of the Georgia Department of Public Health's Food Service Rules and Regulations reported by Fulton County Board of Health environmental health specialists during inspections of food service establishments. Violations are identified by the code and abbreviated description of the violated rule as it appears on the inspection report form. In addition to the violation, the dataset includes detailed information on the inspection including the facility name, the facility address, the inspection date and time, and the overall score. This datatset is related to the following datasets: Food Service Inspections, Food Service Inspection Temperature Violations and Food Service Violation Comments.

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    Food Service Inspection Violation Comments

    data.fultoncountyga.gov | Last Updated 2019-07-20T07:14:00.000Z

    This dataset contains specific comments made in association with observed violations during food service inspections conducted by Fulton County Board of Health environmental health specialists. Each comment cites the code of the violation as documented in the Georgia Department of Public Health Food Service Rules and Regulations and describes the specific observation that was the cause of the violation. A violation may have more than one comment if there were multiple observations that led to the same violation.

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    Food Service Inspections

    data.fultoncountyga.gov | Last Updated 2019-07-20T07:12:42.000Z

    This dataset contains records of food service inspections conducted by the Environmental Health Services Division of the the Fulton County Board of Health, which is responsible for the regulation of establishments where food is served to the public within Fulton County. Inspections are conducted for the purpose of assuring proper sanitation practices that minimize hazards from cross-contamination, improper cooking, handling, and temperature maintenance of foods, potable water contamination, improper garbage and refuse disposal, and poor insect and rodent control. This dataset is related to the following datasets: Food Service Violations, Food Service Violation Comments and Food Service Temperature Violations.

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    Food Service Inspection Temperature Observations

    data.fultoncountyga.gov | Last Updated 2019-07-20T07:16:04.000Z

    This dataset contains observations of food temperatures recorded by Fulton County Board of Health environmental health specialists during food service inspections. Observations include the common name of the food as well as the condition, process, and location of the food at the time of monitoring e.g. hot holding, refrigerator, prep table. Recorded temperatures are as indicated on the inspector’s thermometer.

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    Strategic Performance Measures

    data.fultoncountyga.gov | Last Updated 2019-06-18T23:53:27.000Z

    The Strategic Performance Measures dataset is comprised of information related to a set high-level performance measures identified as part of the implementation of the Fulton County 2015-2019 Strategic Plan. Strategic performance measures do not necessarily directly measure the performance of Fulton County departments and programs but rather serve as indicators of progress toward long-term goals that may require collaboration with other governmental agencies, community organizations and the private sector to achieve. Strategic performance measures fall into one of six priority areas and are updated annually and presented to the Board of Commissioners in a report for each priority area.