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. (For all Vital Signs publications, click link and search "NYC Vital Signs" from the Series Title options.)
- 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.