HRSA Data Warehouse Online Map Service
Notice: New Server URL and Service Name for the HRSA Data Warehouse (HDW) ArcIMS Feature Service. As of Friday, May 17, 2013, the HDW ArcIMS feature service will have a new name (HDW_Mapping) and web address: http://ims.hrsa.gov. This address is replacing the previous URL (datawarehouse.hrsa.gov). Please note that there will not be an automatic redirect to the new address. This update impacts the web address only; the service content has not been changed.
In addition to the interactive online mapping capability built into the HRSA Data Warehouse,
you can get access to the data for use in your own mapping software via an online "feature service".
The feature service provides access to all of the data in the data warehouse that originate from within HRSA,
plus a few additional layers such as State and County boundaries that help establish the geographic context
of the HRSA-specific data.
The service is an XML-based web service that can be used to include data from the HRSA Data Warehouse in your own custom maps that you have developed with your desktop mapping software (provided that it has the capability to access this type of service). Using the service, you can:
- Include any HRSA Data Warehouse data layer(s) you need in your own maps;
- Query and filter the data by location or attribute value;
- Add your own data attributes to the existing data;
- Create custom feature labels
The connection information is:
- Server: ims.hrsa.gov
- Service Name: HDW_Mapping
NOTE: the service name is case-sensitive, and must therefore be used exactly as it appears above.
There is no user ID or password required to connect to and use the service; there is no charge to use the service.
The links below provide step-by-step instructions on how to connect to the service:
(Note: ArcExplorer Java Edition is no longer available from Esri, and has been replaced with ArcGIS Explorer. At this time, ArcGIS Explorer is not compatible with the HDW Feature Service. We are working to develop a new Feature Service which will be compatible with ArcGIS Explorer. We apologize for the inconvenience.)