As a federally qualified health center, Charles Drew Health Center, Inc. provides health care services for individuals and families living throughout Douglas County in Omaha, Nebraska.The following information has been assembled according to 2010 U.S. Census data for Nebraska and the Charles Drew Health Center 2012 Bureau of Primary Health Care Uniform Data System report.
Douglas County population - 517,110 13.1% of individuals residing in Douglas County live below the poverty level with a racial composition of: African-American 11.6% White 71.9% Hispanic 11.2% Asian 2.7% Native American 0.7% Other 1.9%
Target Area Profile:
Charles Drew Health Center, Inc (CDHC) target area is the East/Northeast sector of Douglas County in Omaha, Nebraska with a target area of 46,428 residents.
The target area includes 18 census tracts designated as medically underserved and a health professional shortage area.All but one of the census tracts in the target area is designated as “areas of racial and ethnic minority concentration.”
Racial Composition of CDHC’s target area: African-American 46.1% White 40.1% Hispanic/Latino 9.8% Asian 2.4% Native American 1.1% Other 0.5%
Our 2014 Patient Profile The following Charles Drew Health Center, Inc. 2014 Patient Profile data are taken from the 2014 Health Resources and Services Administration, Bureau of Primary Health Care Uniform Data System (UDS) Report:
Diagnoses and Services Rendered: MEDICAL Patients Served Asthma 798 Diabetes 1,664 Hypertension 701
MENTAL HEALTH/SUBSTANCE ABUSE Patients Served: Depression and Other Mood Disorders 974 Anxiety Disorder 435 Other Mental Disorders 526 (Patients may be diagnosed with multiple disorders. Numbers also excluding drug or alcohol dependence)
Patient Characteristics Number of Patients Served 9,400 Annual Number of Patient Visits 28,597 Percentage of Patients Below 100% Poverty Level 89% Patients best served in a language other than English 16% 52% of CDHC patients reside in the following three zip codes 68104, 68110, 68111
Patients by Race/Ethnicity African-American 45% Asian/Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 8% Native American 5% White 24% Hispanic 4% Other 17%
Patients by Age 0-19 years of age 35% 20-64 years of age 60% 65+ years of age 5%