Division for Vital Records and Health StatisticsVital Statistics
a primary purpose for collection of vital records
is to record information on vital events for legal
purposes, vital records files also serve as an important
source for statistical information. Vital statistics
data developed from these records can be accessed
through the links below for the full range of vital
events including births, deaths, marriages and divorces.
Basic counts for the number of events, rates and
detailed cross tabulations are provided. Statistical
information for Michigan with national comparisons
are included along with extensive data at the county
and community level.
Preliminary Infant Mortality for 2013 Preliminary Death & Natality for 2013
Health Statistics Profiles County, district and state health statistics profiles are presented in a one page summary form. Chronic disease profiles based on federal definitions are also provided.
here for: natality, abortion and pregnacy
statistical tables. Including, tables of birth
characteristics, birthweights, prenatal care and
pregnancies for individual counties and cities in
here for: mortality statistical tables, including
counts and rates of leading causes of death for
Michigan, by health district, county and city. This page
also includes Michigan life tables and years of
potential life lost.
here for: historical annuals from 1950 to 1998;
infant death reports, birth defects reports, abortion
reports from 2005 to the present; fetal death counts and
numerous health statistics spreadsheets accumulated
since 1989 to the