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2017 Central Health Demographic Report
The 2017 Central Health Demographic Report is a tool designed to assist all governmental, non-profit, and private entities serving Travis County’s safety net population.
The Demographic Report provides detailed analysis of Travis County’s populations, with particular focus on those living at or below the federal poverty level. In addition, the report provides five-year projections of where and how the county’s population is expected to change. Details include census tract-level analysis of:
- Families in poverty
- Health care providers
- Availability of public transportation
- Households without vehicles
- Availability of subsidized public housing
The Demographic Report also provides analysis of where the patients served by Central Health reside, and where they are receiving care. Combined, this data enables a broad understanding of the many needs experienced by low-income residents, from health care to housing to transportation and more.
Highlights of the Demographic Report include:
BY THE NUMBERS
Patients receiving care funded by Central Health
Percent of Central Health patients identified as Hispanic/Latino
Percent of Central Health patients between ages of 19-64
Percent of Central Health patients who are female
Income threshold for an individual considered living in poverty
Income threshold for a family of four considered living in poverty
Travis County residents living below the poverty level
Travis County families living below the poverty level
Central Health patients living below the poverty level
- In 2022, Pflugerville is projected to have Travis County’s highest concentration of African-American and Asian residents, and the second-highest concentration of Hispanic/Latino residents
- In the areas projected to contain the highest concentrations of poverty, Hispanic/Latino residents will represent 59 percent of the population
- In the areas projected to contain the highest concentrations of poverty, the rate of children under age 18 is projected to be 6 percent higher than the county’s overall rate
- There are presently just 660 subsidized public housing units reserved for the more than 33,000 Travis County families living below the poverty level
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Partnerships & Projects
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Our affiliated non-profit Medicaid HMO.
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A local data collaborative with Austin Public Health and Travis County Health & Human Services.
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A local nonprofit health care collaborative founded by Central Health and Seton Healthcare Family.
Learn more about our plans to enhance services in areas of Travis County that are traditionally underserved, but also among the fastest growing and most diverse.