Maps help to visualize healthcare information and enhance our understanding of California's healthcare landscape.
California Healthcare Atlas is an interactive, Internet GIS mapping application that enables users to find and get information about hospitals and healthcare facilities. This web-based query system offers a variety of healthcare-related maps and reports.
All of the data comes from our large and growing Data Warehouse or our geospatial database. The application provides detailed information about hospitals, including license information, finance and utilization data, and annual patient summary reports.
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Data & Map Products
California Healthcare Maps
- Medical Service Study Area (MSSA) Boundaries
- Shortage Area Designation (HPSA)
- California Primary Care Shortage Areas - Map and Methodology
- Registered Nursing Shortage Areas
- Medically Underserved Populations
- MSSA Frontier, Rural and Frontier Designations
- California Perspectives in Healthcare 2000-2004
Downloadable GIS Data Sets
Usage Disclaimer: Please exercise caution when interpreting OSHPD data and maps. The use of improper assumptions and analytical methods may result in erroneous or misleading conclusions. Conclusions drawn from OSHPD data and maps are the sole responsibility of the user. If you are unable to open PDF reports, please visit the Adobe website to download of the free Adobe Reader.
ADA Compliance: Compliance with Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act requires that a text equivalent be provided for any nontext element. Dynamic maps are by nature nontext elements, and as such OSHPD offers access to equivalent data and information for people with disabilities. For equivalent facilitation services, please call the OSHPD Healthcare Information Resource Center at (916) 326-3802.