* New data added spring 2019 *

Missouri ZIP Health Rankings data were updated on April 1 to reflect the most recent information on the health and social well-being of populations living in 940 Missouri ZIP codes. In addition to updating the timeframe, several new measures were added to the dataset, including hospital utilization for opioid misuse, dental caries and 13 prevention quality indicators on preventable inpatient admissions.

Explore the updated Reports and Maps - or for more information about the data update visit the About page.

Chart Your Course

exploreMOhealth is designed to help stakeholders assess the health of their communities. This tool allows visitors to explore hyperlocal health data to better understand the factors that can influence health outcomes.

Compare County and ZIP Code Data

for Cole County

Highlighted County-Level Issues

  • Depressive Disorder
  • Cancer
  • Diabetes
  • Asthma
  • COPD
  • Angina or Coronary Heart Disease

Top Ranked ZIP Codes

ZIP Name Rank* Top Health Factor
65053 Lohman 56 Cancer
65076 Saint Thomas 65 Teen Pregnancy
65109 Jefferson City 139 Obesity

Bottom Ranked ZIP Codes

ZIP Name Rank* Top Health Factor
65032 Eugene 344 Obesity
65101 Jefferson City 329 Obesity
65023 Centertown 265 Substance Use Disorder
* Statewide Rank of 940 (1=best)
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Chronic Condition Explorer

Review a summary of leading chronic conditions in Missouri. Identify which are most common for specific counties and what determinants are driving these outcomes across ZIP codes.

Missouri Health Atlas

Develop a comprehensive and customized Community Health Needs Assessment for a specified area. Evaluate health factors and health outcomes across counties and ZIP codes in Missouri.

Spotlight on ZIP Health

Identify the most- and least- healthy ZIP codes in Missouri. Explore a snapshot of the statewide ZIP Health Rankings and the leading health and social determinants influencing health outcomes for ZIP codes within designated counties.


exploreMOhealth was created in partnership between Missouri Foundation for Health and the MHA Health Institute, the not-for-profit corporation affiliated with the Missouri Hospital Association. By combining their resources they have created one of the most unique health-related datasets in the country. Data is the key to diagnosing and addressing some of our region’s most pressing health issues, and by making this information available to the public, both organizations are furthering their missions to improve health and the health care system.