- The Department of Community Health is responsible for the collection of information on a range of health related issues. The information is collected to monitor the general health and well-being of Michigan's citizens. These data are useful for health program development, targeting and evaluation of program progress. The information is used to identify emerging health issues and trends and can be made available for epidemiological research. Statistics are developed from the data collected to provide basic information on these health events in Michigan. The data are provided at the state, county and community level. Listed below are the categories of available statistics.
Statistical information for Michigan on live births, pregnancies, abortions, mortality, infant mortality, marriage, divorce and baby name statistics.
State, county, health department and city health statistics tables. Pull tables by your community for infant mortality, birth defects, cancer, hospitalizations, live births, mortality, population, sexually transmitted diseases or other statistical tables.
Information on HIV/AIDS and sexually transmittted diseases, and other reportable diseases and conditions.
Michigan cancer incidence and mortality. Statistics by age, race, gender, site and stage at diagnosis.
Information on hospitalizations.
Michigan population estimates for 1990-2003 by age, race, gender and Hispanic origin.
Birth defects prevalence in Michigan. Infant and child mortality statistics by reported birth defects.
How well are we doing as a state in our attempts to control chronic diseases and injuries and improve the health of our residents? The Michigan-based indicators in this series help provide an answer.
Additional data on various health outcomes and risk behaviors that can impact the overall health of women, infants, and children within the State of Michigan.
The prevalence of health behaviors, medical conditions and preventive health care practices among Michigan adults by age, gender, race/ethnicity, education, household income and region.
Additional data on the differences in the prevalence of various social determinants, health behaviors, and chronic diseases among Michigan's racial/ethnic populations.
Additional data focusing on how chronic disease and injury can impact the lives of Michigan residents.
Department of Community Health reports and surveys.