Table 3
Number of Infant Deaths, Live Births and Infant Death Rates by
Michigan and Michigan County of Residence,
2014 and 2010 - 2014 Average

(Continued)

County of Residence 2014
2010 - 2014
Infant Deaths Live Births Infant Death
Rate
Average Infant Deaths Average Live Births Average
Infant Death
Rate
                 
MICHIGAN 773 114,460 6.8 ±0.5 784.2 113,955.2 6.9 ±0.2
                 
Alcona 1 59 *   0.6 61.2 *  
Alger - 56 -   - 58.2 -  
Allegan 8 1,424 5.6 ±3.9 6.8 1,356.6 5.0 ±1.7
Alpena 2 283 *   1.2 268.0 4.5 ±3.6
Antrim - 207 -   1.8 200.8 9.0 ±5.8
Arenac 2 134 *   2.0 125.2 16.0 ±9.8
Baraga - 78 -   0.2 80.6 *  
Barry 1 649 *   3.6 629.0 5.7 ±2.6
Bay 9 1,034 8.7 ±5.7 7.4 1,087.8 6.8 ±2.2
Benzie - 160 -   0.6 151.6 *  
                 
Berrien 15 1,864 8.0 ±4.1 15.0 1,883.6 8.0 ±1.8
Branch 4 530 *   3.8 526.8 7.2 ±3.2
Calhoun 9 1,659 5.4 ±3.5 12.6 1,659.8 7.6 ±1.9
Cass 5 546 *   3.4 475.8 7.1 ±3.4
Charlevoix 1 234 *   0.4 244.4 *  
Cheboygan - 215 -   - 197.4 -  
Chippewa 2 384 *   2.4 358.8 6.7 ±3.8
Clare 1 349 *   1.2 327.0 3.7 ±2.9
Clinton 5 765 *   3.2 784.2 4.1 ±2.0
Crawford - 120 -   0.4 116.0 *  
                 
Delta 3 406 *   2.2 370.0 5.9 ±3.5
Dickinson 1 239 *   1.4 247.6 5.7 ±4.2
Eaton 7 1,211 5.8 ±4.3 7.2 1,164.6 6.2 ±2.0
Emmet 1 302 *   1.6 306.4 5.2 ±3.6
Genesee 41 4,968 8.3 ±2.5 37.8 5,027.2 7.5 ±1.1
Gladwin 3 274 *   1.6 245.8 6.5 ±4.5
Gogebic 1 114 *   0.6 122.8 *  
Gd. Traverse 6 969 6.2 ±4.9 2.8 929.4 3.0 ±1.6
Gratiot 4 407 *   3.0 416.2 7.2 ±3.6
Hillsdale - 560 -   1.8 548.4 3.3 ±2.1
                 
Houghton 2 363 *   2.2 383.0 5.7 ±3.4
Huron - 272 -   1.2 299.6 4.0 ±3.2
Ingham 21 3,385 6.2 ±2.6 21.2 3,294.4 6.4 ±1.2
Ionia 3 723 *   3.4 740.4 4.6 ±2.2
Iosco 2 242 *   1.8 225.6 8.0 ±5.2
Iron 1 97 *   0.8 92.4 *  
Isabella 2 710 *   3.6 666.2 5.4 ±2.5
Jackson 8 1,870 4.3 ±3.0 10.4 1,815.6 5.7 ±1.6
Kalamazoo 16 3,174 5.0 ±2.5 20.4 3,132.0 6.5 ±1.3
Kalkaska 3 168 *   2.2 172.6 12.7 ±7.5
                 
Kent 52 8,886 5.9 ±1.6 50.8 8,815.0 5.8 ±0.7
Keweenaw - 22 -   - 17.8 -  
Lake - 87 -   0.4 92.4 *  
Lapeer 5 851 *   3.6 827.2 4.4 ±2.0
Leelanau 3 157 *   1.6 167.4 9.6 ±6.6
Lenawee 9 1,074 8.4 ±5.5 9.4 1,059.4 8.9 ±2.5
Livingston 13 1,813 7.2 ±3.9 10.2 1,745.0 5.8 ±1.6
Luce 2 58 *   0.4 55.4 *  
Mackinac - 90 -   - 85.4 -  
Macomb 48 9,332 5.1 ±1.5 53.6 9,195.0 5.8 ±0.7
                 
Manistee 2 181 *   1.0 184.4 *  
Marquette 1 638 *   2.2 642.2 3.4 ±2.0
Mason 2 310 *   1.2 292.8 4.1 ±3.3
Mecosta 4 427 *   4.4 423.6 10.4 ±4.3
Menominee 1 223 *   0.6 204.0 *  
Midland 6 883 6.8 ±5.4 5.0 861.4 5.8 ±2.3
Missaukee 2 196 *   0.6 176.2 *  
Monroe 3 1,545 *   7.8 1,557.6 5.0 ±1.6
Montcalm 2 693 *   4.4 729.8 6.0 ±2.5
Montmorency - 61 -   0.6 62.8 *  
                 
Muskegon 15 2,084 7.2 ±3.6 18.0 2,125.2 8.5 ±1.7
Newaygo 6 580 10.3 ±8.2 4.2 553.2 7.6 ±3.2
Oakland 84 13,454 6.2 ±1.3 84.2 13,337.4 6.3 ±0.6
Oceana 6 299 20.1 ±15.9 3.2 314.0 10.2 ±5.0
Ogemaw 1 208 *   1.2 194.2 6.2 ±4.9
Ontonagon 1 24 *   0.4 31.0 *  
Osceola - 269 -   1.0 273.2 *  
Oscoda 1 85 *   0.6 80.8 *  
Otsego 3 257 *   3.0 249.0 12.0 ±6.1
Ottawa 13 3,371 3.9 ±2.1 19.6 3,362.6 5.8 ±1.2
                 
Presque Isle 1 98 *   1.4 92.6 15.1 ±11.1
Roscommon 1 160 *   0.4 172.0 *  
Saginaw 21 2,259 9.3 ±4.0 16.4 2,289.4 7.2 ±1.5
St. Clair 9 1,596 5.6 ±3.7 9.0 1,599.8 5.6 ±1.6
St. Joseph 5 825 *   6.0 826.2 7.3 ±2.6
Sanilac 3 440 *   2.0 447.6 4.5 ±2.8
Schoolcraft - 64 -   - 68.6 -  
Shiawasee 3 712 *   2.8 717.4 3.9 ±2.0
Tuscola 2 585 *   3.0 549.4 5.5 ±2.8
Van Buren 3 872 *   5.0 922.8 5.4 ±2.1
                 
Washtenaw 28 3,709 7.5 ±2.8 20.0 3,751.6 5.3 ±1.0
Wayne 217 23,366 9.3 ±1.2 227.0 23,595.6 9.6 ±0.6
Wexford 4 412 *   3.8 413.6 9.2 ±4.1
                 
Unknown - - -   - 0.2 -  

Note: Rates are per 1,000 live births. Adding and subtracting the number shown after the ± symbol from the rate creates a confidence interval indicating that the true rate lies between the lower and upper bounds of this interval with 95 % statistical confidence.

*A rate is not calculated when there are fewer than 6 events, because the width of the confidence interval would negate any usefulness for comparative purposes.

Source: 2010 - 2014 Michigan Resident Birth and Death Files, Division for Vital Records & Health Statistics, Michigan Department of Health & Human Services