The Health Department gathers data and statistics from New Yorkers and uses them to inform the public and health professionals about the health of the City over time, to establish department priorities and to shape health policy at all levels of government.
Publications: Read Health Department publications, many of which include findings and conclusions from the data.
Tools: Use real-time, online analysis tools for selected health data to understand data on the health of the city.
Surveys: The Health Department collects data on New Yorkers through several surveys and provides datasets and other statistical products from them.
Neighborhood: Find out about the health of specific New York City communities.
Vital Statistics: The Health Department cleans, stores, codes , analyzes and reports data from hundreds of thousands birth and death certificates issued every year in New York City.
Public Health Research: The Health Department prioritizes its research and invites external collaboration.
Child Care Center Inspections: This directory lists the group child care services that have been issued permits by the New York City Department of Health.
Rodent Inspections: The Rat Information Portal (RIP) provides information on rats in NYC. Use this site to make maps and learn about what you can do to prevent and manage rats.