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Quarterly Emergency Department Visits for Unintentional Drug Overdose among Virginia Residents
2020*: Quarter 1
* The Virginia Department of Health suspended the publication of the quarterly report from Quarter 2 – Quarter 4 2020 due to the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic. A special 2020 supplemental annual report summarizing drug overdose trends during the COVID-19 pandemic is available along with the monthly statistics published below.
Monthly and Annual Statistics, 2015 – 2023
2015-2023 Statistics (.xlsx file) [Published 09/06/23]
Supplemental 2020 Annual Report [Published 1/26/21]
Annual Statewide Overdoses by Demographics (.xlsx file) [Published 4/13/23] Report includes statewide demographic data for each year from 2018-2022 by overdose category (all drug, opioid, heroin, stimulant), sex, age, and race/ethnicity.
This page provides a summary of changes made to the drug overdose case definitions by VDH since September 2016.
A data portal presenting health outcomes in Virginia related to opioid addiction and overdose, including an interactive data page for Emergency Department Visits that summarizes Virginia residents who sought care at EDs for unintentional overdose as identified by the chief complaint or discharge diagnosis. ED visits are categorized into three unintentional drug overdose case definitions: all drug overdose, opioid or unspecified substance overdose, and heroin overdose.