Number of Infant Deaths, Live Births and
Infant Death Rates by County of Residence,
Michigan Residents, Provisional 2016

County of Residence 2016
Infant Deaths Live Births Infant Death
Rate
       
MICHIGAN
720 113,942 6.3
       
Alcona
- 62 -
Alger
- 60 -
Allegan
4 1,365 *
Alpena
- 253 -
Antrim
- 203 -
Arenac
1 127 *
Baraga
1 66 *
Barry
2 627 *
Bay
1 1,062 *
Benzie
2 162 *
       
Berrien
10 1,789 5.6
Branch
4 530 *
Calhoun
6 1,665 3.6
Cass
3 477 *
Charlevoix
- 227 -
Cheboygan
1 192 *
Chippewa
1 332 *
Clare
2 335 *
Clinton
3 829 *
Crawford
3 116 *
       
Delta
2 348 *
Dickinson
1 305 *
Eaton
7 1,141 6.1
Emmet
- 292 -
Genesee
45 4,831 9.3
Gladwin
1 268 *
Gogebic
5 139 *
Grand Traverse
5 939 *
Gratiot
1 375 *
Hillsdale
6 576 10.4
       
Houghton
2 355 *
Huron
1 325 *
Ingham
23 3,405 6.8
Ionia
4 716 *
Iosco
1 219 *
Iron
- 103 -
Isabella
1 640 *
Jackson
18 1,782 10.1
Kalamazoo
8 3,160 2.5
Kalkaska
2 162 *
       
Kent
56 8,820 6.3
Keweenaw
- 23 -
Lake
- 105 -
Lapeer
4 792 *
Leelanau
1 172 *
Lenawee
8 1,089 7.3
Livingston
4 1,783 *
Luce
1 43 *
Mackinac
3 90 *
Macomb
52 9,413 5.5
       
Manistee
1 245 *
Marquette
2 666 *
Mason
- 278 -
Mecosta
1 400 *
Menominee
1 341 *
Midland
1 831 *
Missaukee
1 189 *
Monroe
7 1,719 4.1
Montcalm
4 719 *
Montmorency
- 67 -
       
Muskegon
18 2,126 8.5
Newaygo
3 554 *
Oakland
71 13,666 5.2
Oceana
3 302 *
Ogemaw
1 196 *
Ontonagon
- 34 -
Osceola
2 239 *
Oscoda
- 99 -
Otsego
1 246 *
Ottawa
17 3,440 4.9
       
Presque Isle
1 101 *
Roscommon
1 166 *
Saginaw
27 2,193 12.3
St. Clair
9 1,591 5.7
St. Joseph
6 773 7.8
Sanilac
4 442 *
Schoolcraft
- 71 -
Shiawasee
6 738 8.1
Tuscola
1 535 *
Van Buren
7 858 8.2
       
Washtenaw
21 3,695 5.7
Wayne
192 23,146 8.3
Wexford
2 378 *
       
Unknown
2 8 *


Note:

¹Based on infant deaths reported as of April 12, 2017. Births reported as of March 3, 2017.

Rates are per 1,000 live births.

Preliminary Infant Death Statistics: Infant deaths for 2016 count all deaths reported to the state by April 12, 2017, and processed through the Michigan death certificate system. This count may exclude those records without an official cause of death, or deaths of Michigan infants who died out-of-state. Prior years suggest that the number of deaths reported in April for the state are about 98% complete. Completeness of reported infant deaths varies by counties; counties bordering other states are more likely to have late reported deaths.

Source: Division for Vital Records & Health Statistics, Michigan Department of Health & Human Services.