Kewaunee & Door County rank among the healthiest counties in the state, according to the annual County Health Rankings released by the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute & the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. The County Health Rankings use 29 factors to rank the overall health of nearly every county in all 50 states. According to the report, the five healthiest counties in Wisconsin, starting with the most healthy are Ozaukee, followed by Kewaunee, Portage, Taylor & Door. The five counties with the poorest health, starting with the least healthy, are Menominee, Milwaukee, Adams, Marquette & Forest.
Kewaunee County stood out in Length of Life where it was 1st & Health Outcomes where it ranked 2nd in the state. Clinical Care & Social & Economic Factors both ranked 11th & Health Factors was 15th.
Door County ranked 4th for Physical Environment, 4th for Quality of Life, 5th for Health Outcomes, 13th for Length of Life & 14th for Clinical Care.
You can view the full rankings at www.countyhealthrankings.org