U.S. News & World Report recently released its rankings of the Top 500 healthiest communities in the country, in collaboration with CVS Health and the Aetna Foundation, scoring each on 10 categories that drive community health: population health, equity, education, housing, food & nutrition, environment, public safety, community vitality, and infrastructure.
"Knowing how such factors interact to create a healthier community — or a sicker one — is an important first step toward targeting resources where they'll do the most good," according U.S. News. "And geography offers a powerful lens through which to focus reform."
To determine the list, nearly 3,000 counties across the country were evaluated on 84 indicators across the 10 categories.
So which county was named the healthiest in Tennessee?
Coming in at No. 30 overall, Williamson County was the only community in Tennessee that made the list.
Here are the Top 10 healthiest communities in the country:
- Los Alamos County, New Mexico
- Douglas County, Colorado
- Falls Church city, Virginia
- Loudoun County, Virginia
- Broomfield County, Colorado
- San Miguel County, Colorado
- Pitkin County, Colorado
- Howard County, Maryland
- Morgan County, Utah
- Routt County, Colorado
Check out the full list of healthiest communities in America here.