GIS Support Service - Databases

Environmental Epidemiology and Toxicology
Geographical Information System (GIS) Support Service
• Databases

As part of SEET's emergency preparedness and response procedure, the GIS Support Service generates maps used by emergency responders when dealing with accidental chemical releases and/or terrorism. It is very important for these maps to have accurate information on sensitive populations as well as hospital information. In order to make these maps as accurate as possible, SEET has a very stringent geocoding procedure. The results of this procedure can be downloaded in the zipped files below.

SEET GIS Support Service has adopted the Geospatial File Naming Standard that was recomended by the Louisiana Geographic Information Systems Council Digital Data Subcommittee. The document can be downloaded hereGet Adobe Reader; however, the general information is summerazied in the picture below.

DISCLAIMER: The Louisiana Department of Health (LDH) / Office of Public Health (OPH) / Section of Environmental Epidemiology and Toxicology (SEET) does not guarantee the accuracy of the information contained in this database and expressly disclaims liability for errors and omissions in its contents.
NOTE: Included .xml metadata file is in FGDC format, not ESRI (if you open in ArcCatalog, go down to the read-only portion).

File Name / Download
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(Click on the link for the official defination of each facility or for the source)
Publication Date Adult Day Health Care Providers
Adult Residential Care Providers
Ambulatory Surgical Centers
Adult Brain Injury Facilities
Dialysis Centers
Federally Qualified Health Centers
Home and Community Based Service Providers (with a capicity greater than 0)
Hospices (with a capicity greater than 0)
Intermediate Care Facilities for the Developmentally Disabled
Nursing Homes
Parish (County) Health Units
Pediatric Day Health Care Facilities
Rural Health Clinics
School Based Health Centers
July 1, 2016