Wisconsin Health Center COVID-19 Survey Summary Report

Latest data from October 16, 2020

Number of Health Center respondents = 13 (81% of all Health Centers)

Data represents information provided by health centers from a single, specified reporting date. Summary information across report dates is not comparable due to differences in which health centers responded for a given report date.

Patient Testing

Metrics Value
Health Centers with COVID-19 Testing Capacity, Virus Detection (PCR, antigen) 100.00%
Health Centers with COVID-19 Drive-Up/Walk Up Testing Capacity, Virus Detection (PCR, antigen)1 76.92%

Average Turnaround Time for COVID-19 Test Results, Virus Detection (PCR, antigen)1

Metrics Value
Less Than 1 Hour 0.00%
12 Hours or Less 0.00%
24 Hours 38.46%
2-3 Days 53.85%
4-5 Days 7.69%
More Than 5 Days 0.00%

Number of Patients Tested

Metrics Value
Patients Tested for COVID-19, Any Test Type2,3 1559
Racial and/or Ethnic Minority Patients Tested for COVID-19, Any Test Type3 52.60%
Patients Tested Positive for COVID-19, Any Test Type2,3 310
Racial and/or Ethnic Minority Patients Positive for COVID-19, Any Test Type3 75.81%
Patients Tested for COVID-19, Virus Detection (PCR, antigen)2 1559
Racial and/or Ethnic Minority Patients Tested for COVID-19, Virus Detection (PCR, antigen) 52.60%
Patients Tested Positive for COVID-19, Virus Detection (PCR, antigen)2 310
Racial and/or Ethnic Minority Patients Tested Positive for COVID-19, Virus Detection (PCR, antigen) 75.81%
Patients Tested for COVID-19, Antibody Detection (serology)2 0
Racial and/or Ethnic Minority Patients Tested for COVID-19, Antibody Detection (serology) -
Patients Tested Positive for COVID-19, Antibody Detection (serology)2 0
Racial and/or Ethnic Minority Patients Tested Positive for COVID-19, Antibody Detection (serology) -

Patients by Race and Ethnicity

Race/Ethnicity Patients Tested, Virus Detection (PCR, antigen)4 Patients Tested Positive, Virus Detection (PCR, antigen)4 Patients Tested, Antibody Detection (serology)4 Patients Tested Positive, Antibody Detection (serology)4
White, Non-Hispanic/Latino Patients 19.31% 7.42% - -
White, Hispanic/Latino Patients 35.73% 62.26% - -
Black/African American, Non-Hispanic/Latino Patients 11.93% 9.03% - -
Black/African American, Hispanic/Latino Patients 0.51% 0.32% - -
Asian Patients5 1.03% 1.29% - -
American Indian/Alaska Native Patients5 0.96% 0.65% - -
Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander Patients5 0.06% 0.00% - -
Patients with More than one race5 0.45% 0.97% - -
Hispanic/Latino Ethnicity Patients (Unreported/Refused to report race) 1.92% 1.29% - -
Non-Hispanic/Latino Ethnicity Patients (Unreported/Refused to report race) 0.71% 0.65% - -
Unreported/Refused to Report Race and Ethnicity 27.39% 16.13% - -

Operations and Staff

Metrics Value
Health Center Weekly Visits Compared to Pre-COVID 19 Weekly Visits 91.92%
Health Center Sites Temporarily Closed 15
Staff Tested Positive for COVID-19, Virus Detection (PCR, antigen) 13
Health Center Staff Unable to Work (due to site/service closure, exposure, family/home obligations, lack of PPE, etc.) 5.38%
Average Percent of Health Center Visits Conducted Virtually 17.69%

Health Centers with an adequate supply of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE):

Type of PPE 6 or Fewer Days 7-13 Days 14-20 Days 21-27 Days 28 or More Days No Supply Challenge at this time 
Surgical Masks 0.00% 7.69% 0.00% 7.69% 23.08% 61.54%
N95/PPR Masks 0.00% 7.69% 0.00% 7.69% 23.08% 61.54%
Gowns 0.00% 7.69% 0.00% 15.38% 15.38% 61.54%
Gloves 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 15.38% 15.38% 69.23%
Face Masks/Goggles 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 7.69% 7.69% 84.62%

1 Only health centers that responded having COVID-19 testing capacity are included, n=13.

2 The reported number of patients tested do not represent the same patients included in the reported number of patients tested positive due to a lag between the date the specimen is collected and the availability of test results. Positivity rates cannot be inferred by dividing patients tested positive by patients tested for this reason.

3 “Any test type” includes virus detection and antibody detection testing numbers. Care should be taken when drawing conclusions from combined testing numbers or in racial/ethnic minority percentages. Comparison of data in later weeks or in racial and/or ethnic minorities is subject to interpretation as the nature and purpose of antibody detection tests evolve over time.

4 Percentages may not add to 100% due to rounding to the hundredths.

5 Includes Hispanic/Latino and Non-Hispanic/Latino.

Date Last Reviewed:  October 2020