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According to www.americashealthrankings.org, Wisconsin was ranked 16th in overall health in 2012, indicating a slight decrease from 12th in 2010. The life expectancy is 79.32, which is slightly higher than the national average of 78.7 years.
When it comes to per capita health funding, Wisconsin is the poorest-ranked state in the nation, spending only approximately $39 per person. Despite low per capita public health funding, the percentage of people who were uninsured in 2012 decreased 0.5% in the past decade, with only 9.9% of the population currently without health insurance and a rank of 6th. Wisconsin is the ranked 18th in availability of primary care physicians with an average of 121.3 PCPs per 100 thousand residents. This is on par with the national average of 121.
Wisconsin is ranked 27th in adolescent poverty, with 21.4% of all children living below the poverty level. This indicates an increase of nearly 9% since 2011 alone. The percentage of adults living in poverty is 11.6% (2010) and indicates an increase of 3% since 2000.
Although it has a low prevalence for sedentary lifestyle, Wisconsin is still ranked 24th in obesity, with 27.7% of adults considered obese. This number has, however, decreased from 29.2% in 2010. With 10.4% of children considered obese, Wisconsin has the ninth-lowest ranking in this category. Despite a moderate prevalence of obesity, Wisconsin is ranked 11th in the country for adult diabetes. The percentage of adults living with diabetes is 8.4%, which indicates a 1.3% increase since last year alone. The incidence of stroke is 2.5%, which is slightly higher than the national average of 2.1%.
With 20.9% of the population who smoke, Wisconsin has a moderate prevalence for smoking and is ranked 22nd. This indicates a decrease from 23.6% in 2002. In regards to binge drinking, the state has the poorest-ranking in the country in this category, with 24.3% of the population binge drinking. This percentage has remained relatively stable since 2008.
With the strengths being low prevalence for diabetes and adolescent obesity, and a high rate of insurance coverage, Georgia is still struggling with a high prevalence for binge drinking, high air pollution and low per capita health funding.
CPR, First Aid and BLS (Basic Life Support) are critical qualifications for EMTs, RNs and other medical professionals. “CPR Select” provides quality online training programs for medical professionals wishing to become certified in CPR, First Aid and BLS in Wisconsin.
Local CPR Class Locations in Wisconsin
|First Aid Plus||1819 N 119th St Attn: David Myers, Milwaukee, WI 53226-2933|
|Two Rivers Fire Department||2122 Monroe St Attn:nancy Ahrens, Two Rivers, WI 54241-2558|
|Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College - New Richmond||1019 S Knowles Ave, New Richmond, WI 54017-1738|
East North Central
|State||Major Cities||Average Life Expectancy for Male||Average Life Expectancy for Female||National Health Ranking||CPR Select Courses Accepted|
|Chicago||76.18 years||81.17 years||28th|
|Indianapolis||75.03 years||80.26 years||38th|
|Detroit||75.32 years||80.37 years||30th|
|74.84 years||80.07 years||36th|
|Milwaukee||76.83 years||81.75 yearsx||13th|
Wisconsin Cities List