The Health Department provides many health data publications and presentations on a variety of topics to assist New Yorkers in understanding the health of the city.
- NYC Vital Signs - Brief data stories about important NYC health topics (such as mental health, adolescent health, asthma, and obesity) with policy and program recommendations.
- Epi Data Briefs & Tables - Short fact sheets and in-depth data tables with current NYC health data from a variety of sources.
- Epi Research Reports - Research reports (8-12 pages) that provide information on research methodology and use of data by the Health Department in its ongoing work to promote and protect the health of all New Yorkers.
- City Health Information (CHI) - Reports on timely public health topics of interest to the medical care community, including practice guidelines, resources and more.
- Vital Statistics Summary Reports: Statistics on birth and deaths (by age, borough, causes, etc.) in NYC. (For all vital statistics summaries, click link and search "Summary of Vital Statistics" from the Series Title options.)
- HIV/AIDS Statistical Reports - Regularly updated surveillance and epidemiology publications, as well as research reports on pediatric and adolescent HIV/AIDS among other topics.
- Sexually Transmitted Disease Control Quarterly Reports
- Hepatitis A, B and C Surveillance Report (2008 and 2009, PDF)
- Tuberculosis Annual Reports
- Lead Poisoning Prevention Program Annual Surveillance Reports
Request a presentation - Health Department staff are available to present on health data for a variety of topics and populations. Please e-mail us at query@health.NYC.gov if you would like to set up such a presentation.