Table 19-B
White Three-Year Moving Average Infant Death Rates by City
Michigan Residents, 2007-2018

City 2007-09 2008-10 2009-11 2010-12 2011-13 2012-14 2013-15 2014-16 2015-17 2016-18
Michigan 5.6±0.3 5.4±0.3 5.2±0.3 5.3±0.3 5.3±0.3 5.5±0.3 5.4±0.3 5.1±0.3 4.9±0.3 4.7±0.3
                     
Ann Arbor 3.7±2.5 3.2±2.4 3.7±2.6 *     3.2±2.3 4.5±2.8 4.0±2.6 2.8±2.2 *     3.0±2.4
Battle Creek 7.2±3.9 4.8±3.3 5.5±3.6 8.1±4.4 8.1±4.1 7.0±3.8 5.5±3.4 4.6±3.4 9.0±4.9 8.6±4.8
Dearborn 6.4±2.3 6.2±2.3 6.0±2.3 6.5±2.4 7.0±2.5 5.9±2.4 7.0±2.6 5.6±2.3 5.4±2.1 4.0±1.8
Dearborn Heights 4.3±2.8 3.0±2.4 3.1±2.5 3.7±2.7 5.3±3.2 6.0±3.5 6.9±3.8 8.7±4.1 6.3±3.4 5.8±3.3
Detroit 5.5±2.1 5.8±2.3 6.5±2.8 9.9±3.8 10.1±4.0 11.3±4.2 9.9±3.9 9.2±3.7 8.4±3.4 7.1±3.0
Farmington Hills 6.1±4.0 5.6±3.9 6.5±4.2 8.0±4.7 6.5±4.2 5.0±3.7 4.9±3.6 4.1±3.3 4.1±3.3 *    
Flint 6.7±3.5 9.6±4.3 7.1±3.8 7.6±4.1 5.5±3.4 5.9±3.5 4.5±3.1 7.1±4.2 7.7±4.5 8.7±4.9
Grand Rapids 4.7±1.6 5.1±1.7 4.4±1.6 5.7±1.8 5.3±1.7 4.6±1.6 4.4±1.6 4.5±1.7 5.0±1.8 4.3±1.7
Kalamazoo *     3.6±2.7 4.8±3.1 6.1±3.6 3.5±2.4 2.6±2.0 3.0±2.2 *     3.4±2.7 3.5±2.8
Kentwood *     *     *     *     4.5±3.3 5.2±3.6 5.4±3.7 7.0±4.1 7.9±4.4 8.2±4.6
                     
Lansing 5.2±2.3 4.6±2.2 5.2±2.4 5.3±2.5 7.4±2.9 7.9±3.1 7.6±3.1 6.3±2.9 5.2±2.7 3.8±2.4
Livonia 5.4±3.0 5.0±2.9 *     *     4.9±2.9 5.3±3.0 5.1±2.9 3.8±2.5 4.2±2.6 4.7±2.8
Midland 5.5±4.1 *     *     *     4.7±3.7 6.1±4.2 6.1±4.2 4.6±3.6 *     *    
Muskegon 6.7±4.9 *     *     7.1±5.2 8.6±5.3 6.0±4.4 5.3±4.2 *     *     -    
Novi *     5.1±4.1 *     *     *     5.1±4.1 *     *     *     8.8±5.7
Pontiac 8.5±4.6 7.7±4.6 6.3±4.4 *     4.9±3.9 4.8±3.8 6.2±4.3 6.4±4.4 6.8±4.7 6.2±4.6
Portage 6.8±4.2 7.4±4.4 6.1±4.0 4.1±3.3 5.4±3.7 5.4±3.7 4.7±3.5 *     6.2±4.0 5.7±3.9
Rochester Hills 5.5±3.4 5.6±3.5 3.4±2.7 3.4±2.7 3.9±2.9 *     3.5±2.8 *     *     *    
Roseville 10.3±5.2 6.3±4.1 5.3±3.9 5.6±4.1 4.7±3.8 6.3±4.3 5.5±4.1 9.0±5.3 8.5±5.2 7.9±5.1
Royal Oak 3.4±2.5 5.8±3.3 6.8±3.5 8.3±3.9 6.5±3.5 6.9±3.6 3.9±2.7 2.9±2.3 *     *    
                     
Saginaw 6.3±4.1 4.3±3.5 *     *     5.7±4.2 9.7±5.4 11.4±5.9 13.0±6.5 8.2±5.4 9.6±5.9
Southfield *     11.6±9.2 11.9±9.5 12.0±9.5 *     *     -     *     *     *    
St Clair Shores 6.0±3.7 4.5±3.4 5.3±3.6 *     *     *     4.9±3.4 6.3±3.9 5.2±3.6 *    
Sterling Heights 6.9±2.7 7.7±2.9 6.9±2.8 7.6±3.0 6.0±2.6 6.5±2.7 5.4±2.4 5.7±2.5 5.7±2.5 6.2±2.6
Taylor 5.6±3.5 5.3±3.5 6.7±4.0 8.2±4.4 8.0±4.3 6.8±4.0 6.1±3.8 6.2±3.8 5.2±3.6 4.0±3.2
Troy 5.3±3.6 6.1±4.0 5.4±3.7 5.9±3.9 4.6±3.4 4.7±3.4 3.9±3.1 *     4.1±3.3 5.8±4.0
Warren 6.8±2.7 6.3±2.7 6.9±2.9 5.9±2.7 8.0±3.2 6.7±2.9 5.7±2.7 4.7±2.5 5.5±2.7 6.6±3.0
Westland 5.9±3.1 5.7±3.1 7.8±3.7 8.6±3.9 8.5±3.9 9.0±4.0 8.0±3.8 7.2±3.6 4.5±2.9 4.2±2.9
Wyoming 8.6±3.2 6.7±2.8 5.3±2.5 3.8±2.1 3.2±2.0 4.2±2.3 5.7±2.7 5.5±2.7 4.3±2.4 3.0±2.1

Notes: This table shows cities with (1) populations greater than 40,000 according to 2007 estimates and (2) three-year average births of greater than 200. City birth and mortality statistics have changed from pre-2011 reports due to geocoding. See Data Quality Considerations for further details. 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: 2007-2018 Geocoded Michigan Death Certificate Registries 2007-2018 Geocoded Michigan Birth Certificate Registries. Division for Vital Records & Health Statistics, Michigan Department of Health & Human Services

Created: 01/14/2020