​Maryland's Environmental and Health Data Portal

​​​​ ​​​​ ​​Welcome to the Maryland Environmental Public Health Tracking Program, your gateway to environmental and health data resources. On this tracking site, you can create Maps, download data or view a Gallery of different health topics in Maryland. 
A user guide​ is availabe for your reference.​

What is Environmental Public ​Health​ Tracking?​​

​Environmental Public Health Tracking (EPHT) is the collection, integration, analysis, interpretation, and dissemination of data from environmental hazard monitoring and from human health effects surveillance. Tracking aims to protect communities by providing useful environmental and health data to federal, state, and local agencies. These agencies can, in turn, use this information to plan, implement, ​and evaluate public health actions to prevent and manage environmentally-related diseases. EPHT allows public health agencies to monitor and disseminate information about environmental factors and disease trends, engage in research on potential linkages between environmental factors and health conditions, and implement and evaluate policies to help prevent or control environmentally-related diseases.​

Environmental Public Health Data

·         Open the Data Portal

·         Portal User Guide

·         Data and Maps Gallery

·         Glossary

·         Health Impact Assessment (HIA) Toolkit

​Health Topics​

·         Asthma

·         AMI

·         Birth Defects

·         Cancer

·         Carbon Monoxide

·         Heart attack (Myocardial Infarction)

·         Lead Poisoning

·         Life Expectancy

·         Mortality

·         Occupational Health and Safety​​

·         Suicide​

​Environment Topics

·        Maryland Department of the Environment 

         ​Environmental Justice Mapping Tool​​ 

·         ​Air Quality

·         Climate Change

·         Pollen​​

·         Radon​​



​Tracking Histor​y

To access information on environmental health issues across the country, visit the CDC National Tracking Network:​

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​​ For more information, call the Environmental Health Helpline: 1-866-703-3266 or email mdh.envh​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​