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Welcome to the HRSA Data Warehouse

HRSA Data Warehouse Icon The HRSA Data Warehouse (HDW) serves as the enterprise repository for HRSA data. The data are updated frequently and are integrated with external information and data sources, enabling users to gather relevant and meaningful information about health care programs and the populations they serve.

The data warehouse allows users to explore, interact with, and export data through charts, maps, reports, analyzer and locator tools, data downloads and data services, widgets, and the data portal.

The HDW is used by the public, HRSA professionals, grantees, health care providers and other audiences interested in HRSA’s public health services and information.

HRSA in Your State Data Explorer – Active Grants

District of Columbia Total Active Grant $
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Based on Funds Awarded
Lowest $ map $ scale:dark orange=lowest $, light orange=second lowest $, cream=middle $, light blue=second highest $, dark blue=highest $; Highest $

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including Affordable Care Act data.

Data by TopicData by Topic icon

Data in the HDW are associated with one or more topic areas such as grants, health professionals, and shortage areas. Select a topic to begin exploring the data.

Data by GeographyData by Geography icon

Most data in the HDW can be view by geographic area: nation, HHS region, state, county, congressional district, or ZIP Code. Get an overview of HRSA’s investments in your area.

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Data by ToolData by Tool icon

Most data in the HDW can be viewed in multiple ways – charts, data tables, maps, and preformatted reports. Select a tool below to begin to explore the data.

What’s New

Two Features Added to the Map Tool

Users can now add labels to any map layer – Click on the “Show Labels” link in the “Layer Controls and Legend” panel, choose the layer and label field and view the labels on the map.

Users can also filter data on a map – Add any layer(s) and use the “Identify” tool to make a selection. Apply filters to the data columns in the panel below the map and then click on the “Apply Filters to Map” button.