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Detailed MS Excel tables of births, deaths, and leading causes of deaths by census tracts and ZIP Codes, 2003-2014. Some tables have crosstabulations by race and age.
Pennsylvania Department of Health vital statistics and health statistics data for custom tabulations for counties and municipalities, by race and age group. Can also calculate rates/percents such as fertility rate, standard mortality ratio, etc. 1990-present. Replaces EpiQMS.
Federal compilation of birth and perinatal mortality data by county. Requires free registration. Includes some more detailed categories than the Philadelphia or Pennsylvania health department vital statistics, such as mother's place of birth and father's race.
Compare Philadelphia County (coterminous with the City of Philadelphia) with counties around the country on a variety of health metrics.
Aside from vital statistics, much of the detailed information about the health of Philadelphia residents since 1983 comes from the Southeastern Pennsylvania Household Health Survey from the Public Health Management Corporation (PHMC). The data is part of the Community Health Data Base (CHDB). Some CHDB products are listed below, among other sources.
Data visualization tool from Philadelphia Department of Public Health, providing citywide and Planning Analysis Section data on health conditions, attitudes, and services. Draws heavily upon the Community Health Data Base.
Online Data Analysis retrieves statistics from the Southeastern Pennsylvania Household Health Survey, 2000-2012, on health status, behaviors, access & barriers, screening, and communities, by ZIP code, age, sex, race, insurance or poverty status. Works in Internet Explorer only.
Index to available health statistics, some of which are available at the county or health district level. Includes EDDIE (the Health Department's chief statistical data resource) and Community Health Assessment resources.
The PHC4 is "an independent state agency responsible for addressing the problem of escalating health costs, ensuring the quality of health care, and increasing access for all citizens regardless of ability to pay." They maintain county profiles on hospitalizations and ambulatory surgery.