Overall Health Index

People Index

79

An estimate of 94.4% of the residents in 06793 has health insurance.

Provider Index

42

An estimate of 1,730 physicians in 06793, Washington, CT.

Hospital Index

35

The average hospital rating near 06793, Washington, CT is 2 stars out of 5 stars.

Travel Index

43

Residents in 06793 on average travel 14.5 miles to reach a hospital.

People Index

79

94.4% of the residents in 06793 has health insurance.

Provider Index

42

An estimate of 1,730 physicians in 06793, Washington, CT.

Hospital Index

35

The average hospital rating near 06793, Washington, CT is 2 stars out of 5 stars.

Travel Index

43

Residents in 06793 on average travel 14.5 miles to reach a hospital.

Quick Summary of Type 2 Diabetes Index in 06793, Washington, CT

The Type 2 Diabetes Index in 06793, Washington, CT is 50, ranking 16,608 out of 32,989 ZIP Codes in the United States in terms of accessing healthcare to diagnose or treat Type 2 Diabetes.

The monthly median household income in 06793 is $6,681. The monthly median housing costs for residents in 06793, Washington, CT is approximately $1,888. That means the residents spend about 28.3 percent of their income on housing.

31.8 percent of the residents have some type of public health insurance like Medicare, Medicaid, VA, or TRICARE. About 82.5 percent of the residents have private health insurance, either through their employer or direct purchase. Military veterans should know that 0 percent of the residents in the ZIP Code of 06793 have VA health insurance. Also, 0 percent of the residents receive TRICARE.

Find more local health information on 06793, Washington, CT.

ZIP Codes around 06793, Washington, CT

LocationPopulationType 2 Diabetes Index
06793 - Washington, CT1,27768
06794 - Washington Depot, CT1,09065
06795 - Watertown, CT13,76566
06796 - West Cornwall, CT1,03971
06798 - Woodbury, CT9,72350
06801 - Bethel, CT19,38462
06804 - Brookfield, CT17,08062
06807 - Cos Cob, CT6,94293
06810 - Danbury, CT51,08522
06811 - Danbury, CT32,68041

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