Emergency Room Use Among Adults Aged 18–64: Early Release of Estimates From the National Health Interview Survey, January–June 2011
Provides preliminary estimates of reasons for emergency room use among adults whose last visit in the past 12 months did not result in a hospital admission. Data is presented according to health insurance status, area of residence (within or outside a metropolitan statistical area) and other factors.
Renee M. Gindi, Robin A. Cohen, Whitney K. Kirzinger
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Access · Emergency department and urgent care services · Rural-urban differences · Statistics and data