Franklin County, with its spectacular mountain ranges, hundreds of glacial lakes and diverse communities, draws outdoor adventurers, wildlife watchers, foliage lovers and history buffs alike.
Total Area: 1,744 square miles
Population (2010 census): 30,768
Population Density: 18 people per square mile
Public Health District: Western – District 3
|Priority||Metric for Primary Outcome||State Rate
|Increase Childhood Immunizations||% 19-35 month olds up-to-date (i.e.received all doses) for a series of seven immunizations (Oct 2015)||76%||88%|
|Decrease Tobacco Use||% Adults who smoke daily or some days (2012-2014)||20%||20%|
|Decrease Obesity||% Adults with obesity (Body Mass Index >30.0) (2012-2014)||29%||30%|
|Decrease Preventable Hospitalizations||Hospitalizations for Ambulatory Care Sensitive Conditions per 1,000 Medicare Enrollees||59 (58-60)||68 (60-76)|
|Decrease Cardiovascular Deaths||Age-adjusted rate of cardiovascular deaths, per 100,000 population (2012-2014)||195||208|
|Decrease Cancer Deaths||Age-adjusted rate of cancer deaths, per 100,000 population (2012-2014)||175||161|
|Decrease Prescription Drug Abuse and Addiction||Age adjusted rate of drug overdose per 100,000 population (2009-2014)||12.7||8.6|
2017 County Health Rankings - Franklin
2017 Maine Kids Count Data Book
2017 vs. 2014 County Health Ranking - Franklin
Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA)
County Health Rankings - Visit WebsiteMore...
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Health Index Report - 2014
Health Index Report - 2015
Healthy Community Coalition of Greater Franklin County
Maine Integrated Youth Health Survey--See 2009-2015 Reports!More...
The Maine Integrated Youth Health Survey (MIYHS) is the result of collaboration Maine Center for Disease Control and Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services and the Maine Department of Education. Its purpose is to quantify the health of Kindergarten and Grade 3 students through parent interviews, and the health-related behaviors and attitudes of 5th through 12th graders by direct student survey.