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Community Health: Diabetes mortality rate per 100,000: 2009 - 2011

This is a chart based on Community Health Obesity and Diabetes Related Indicators: 2008 - 2012.

Row numberCounty NameCounty CodeIndicator NumberRegion NameIndicatorTotal Event CountsDenominatorDenominator NoteMeasure UnitPercentage/Rate95% CIData CommentsData YearsData SourcesQuartileMapping DistributionLocation
1Cayuga5d22Central New YorkDiabetes mortality rate per 100,0004679763Average annual populationRate19.22009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 20.4 : Q1 & Q21(42.940095°, -76.560755°)
2Cortland11d22Central New YorkDiabetes mortality rate per 100,0002848898Average annual populationRate19.12009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 20.4 : Q1 & Q21(42.597101°, -76.143291°)
3Herkimer21d22Central New YorkDiabetes mortality rate per 100,0004063638Average annual populationRate21.02009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 201320.4 - < 26.5 : Q32(43.070026°, -74.994246°)
4Jefferson22d22Central New YorkDiabetes mortality rate per 100,00058117619Average annual populationRate16.42009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 20.4 : Q1 & Q21(44.019295°, -75.898971°)
5Lewis23d22Central New YorkDiabetes mortality rate per 100,0003026772Average annual populationRate37.42009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 201326.5 + : Q43(43.785537°, -75.446296°)
6Madison25d22Central New YorkDiabetes mortality rate per 100,0003572254Average annual populationRate16.12009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 20.4 : Q1 & Q21(42.986917°, -75.720031°)
7Oneida30d22Central New YorkDiabetes mortality rate per 100,000168233403Average annual populationRate24.02009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 201320.4 - < 26.5 : Q32(43.149482°, -75.361773°)
8Onondaga31d22Central New YorkDiabetes mortality rate per 100,000267462913Average annual populationRate19.22009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 20.4 : Q1 & Q21(43.065629°, -76.168033°)
9Oswego35d22Central New YorkDiabetes mortality rate per 100,00069121905Average annual populationRate18.92009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 20.4 : Q1 & Q21(43.39123°, -76.31133°)
10St. Lawrence40d22Central New YorkDiabetes mortality rate per 100,00076111116Average annual populationRate22.82009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 201320.4 - < 26.5 : Q32(44.689468°, -75.242045°)
11Tompkins50d22Central New YorkDiabetes mortality rate per 100,00034101689Average annual populationRate11.12009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 20.4 : Q1 & Q21(42.461024°, -76.478784°)
12Central New York103d22Central New YorkDiabetes mortality rate per 100,0008511439971Average annual populationRate19.72009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 2013
13Chemung7d22Finger LakesDiabetes mortality rate per 100,0005288667Average annual populationRate19.52009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 20.4 : Q1 & Q21(42.116644°, -76.812331°)
14Livingston24d22Finger LakesDiabetes mortality rate per 100,0003364445Average annual populationRate17.12009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 20.4 : Q1 & Q21(42.763754°, -77.765392°)
15Monroe26d22Finger LakesDiabetes mortality rate per 100,000296741224Average annual populationRate13.32009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 20.4 : Q1 & Q21(43.161748°, -77.620143°)
16Ontario32d22Finger LakesDiabetes mortality rate per 100,00066107369Average annual populationRate20.52009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 201320.4 - < 26.5 : Q32(42.894571°, -77.252045°)
17Schuyler44d22Finger LakesDiabetes mortality rate per 100,0002918475Average annual populationRate52.32009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 201326.5 + : Q43(42.38593°, -76.872032°)
18Seneca45d22Finger LakesDiabetes mortality rate per 100,0002334833Average annual populationRate22.02009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 201320.4 - < 26.5 : Q32(42.833627°, -76.82753°)
19Steuben46d22Finger LakesDiabetes mortality rate per 100,0006798192Average annual populationRate22.72009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 201320.4 - < 26.5 : Q32(42.270053°, -77.324618°)
20Wayne54d22Finger LakesDiabetes mortality rate per 100,0007192833Average annual populationRate25.52009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 201320.4 - < 26.5 : Q32(43.144336°, -77.117995°)
21Yates57d22Finger LakesDiabetes mortality rate per 100,0001225095Average annual populationRate15.92009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 20.4 : Q1 & Q21(42.634338°, -77.078311°)
22Finger Lakes102d22Finger LakesDiabetes mortality rate per 100,0006491271131Average annual populationRate17.02009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 2013
23Dutchess13d22Hudson ValleyDiabetes mortality rate per 100,000129296350Average annual populationRate14.52009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 20.4 : Q1 & Q21(41.686216°, -73.840468°)
24Orange33d22Hudson ValleyDiabetes mortality rate per 100,000145377072Average annual populationRate12.82009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 20.4 : Q1 & Q21(41.422459°, -74.241929°)
25Putnam37d22Hudson ValleyDiabetes mortality rate per 100,0004499636Average annual populationRate14.72009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 20.4 : Q1 & Q21(41.41131°, -73.717443°)
26Rockland39d22Hudson ValleyDiabetes mortality rate per 100,00097309006Average annual populationRate10.52009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 20.4 : Q1 & Q21(41.127287°, -74.017033°)
27Sullivan48d22Hudson ValleyDiabetes mortality rate per 100,0006176758Average annual populationRate26.52009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 201320.4 - < 26.5 : Q32(41.705166°, -74.711705°)
28Ulster51d22Hudson ValleyDiabetes mortality rate per 100,000111182127Average annual populationRate20.32009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 20.4 : Q1 & Q21(41.848374°, -74.099412°)
29Westchester55d22Hudson ValleyDiabetes mortality rate per 100,000385953658Average annual populationRate13.52009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 20.4 : Q1 & Q21(41.039278°, -73.805386°)
30Hudson Valley106d22Hudson ValleyDiabetes mortality rate per 100,0009722294607Average annual populationRate14.12009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 2013
31Nassau28d22Nassau-SuffolkDiabetes mortality rate per 100,0005491347132Average annual populationRate13.62009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 20.4 : Q1 & Q21(40.715749°, -73.601185°)
32Suffolk47d22Nassau-SuffolkDiabetes mortality rate per 100,0006471503547Average annual populationRate14.32009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 20.4 : Q1 & Q21(40.820237°, -73.119032°)
33Nassau-Suffolk108d22Nassau-SuffolkDiabetes mortality rate per 100,00011962850679Average annual populationRate14.02009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 2013
34Bronx58d22New York CityDiabetes mortality rate per 100,00010191391466Average annual populationRate24.42009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 201320.4 - < 26.5 : Q32(40.85589°, -73.868294°)
35Kings59d22New York CityDiabetes mortality rate per 100,00017342534814Average annual populationRate22.82009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 201320.4 - < 26.5 : Q32(40.65642°, -73.950691°)
36New York60d22New York CityDiabetes mortality rate per 100,0008261605625Average annual populationRate17.12009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 20.4 : Q1 & Q21(40.726966°, -74.005966°)
37Queens61d22New York CityDiabetes mortality rate per 100,00011642261761Average annual populationRate17.22009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 20.4 : Q1 & Q21(40.749338°, -73.789673°)
38Richmond62d22New York CityDiabetes mortality rate per 100,000319476976Average annual populationRate22.32009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 201320.4 - < 26.5 : Q32(40.566763°, -74.148102°)
39New York City107d22New York CityDiabetes mortality rate per 100,00050628270641Average annual populationRate20.42009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 2013
40Broome3d22New York-PennDiabetes mortality rate per 100,000200198087Average annual populationRate33.72009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 201326.5 + : Q43(42.122015°, -75.933191°)
41Chenango8d22New York-PennDiabetes mortality rate per 100,0002250405Average annual populationRate14.52009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 20.4 : Q1 & Q21(42.481798°, -75.570013°)
42Tioga49d22New York-PennDiabetes mortality rate per 100,0002850744Average annual populationRate18.42009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 20.4 : Q1 & Q21(42.120252°, -76.29595°)
43New York-Penn104d22New York-PennDiabetes mortality rate per 100,000250299236Average annual populationRate27.82009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 2013
44New York State999d22New York StateDiabetes mortality rate per 100,0001121119461584Average annual populationRate19.22009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 2013
45Albany1d22Northeastern New YorkDiabetes mortality rate per 100,000140302018Average annual populationRate15.52009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 20.4 : Q1 & Q21(42.678066°, -73.814233°)
46Clinton9d22Northeastern New YorkDiabetes mortality rate per 100,0004781897Average annual populationRate19.12009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 20.4 : Q1 & Q21(44.731944°, -73.548883°)
47Columbia10d22Northeastern New YorkDiabetes mortality rate per 100,0003662421Average annual populationRate19.22009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 20130 - < 20.4 : Q1 & Q21(42.276913°, -73.682168°)
48Delaware12d22Northeastern New YorkDiabetes mortality rate per 100,0004747018Average annual populationRate33.32009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 201326.5 + : Q43(42.242972°, -74.997944°)
49Essex15d22Northeastern New YorkDiabetes mortality rate per 100,0004138746Average annual populationRate35.32009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 201326.5 + : Q43(44.166026°, -73.685145°)
50Franklin16d22Northeastern New YorkDiabetes mortality rate per 100,0004851141Average annual populationRate31.32009-20112009-2011 Vital Statistics Data as of February, 201326.5 + : Q43(44.705699°, -74.340621°)

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created Nov 27, 2013

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This chart shows the diabetes mortality rate per 100,000 by county. New York State Community Health Indicator Reports (CHIRS) were developed in 2012, and annually updated to provide data for over 300 health indicators, organized by 15 health topic and data for all counties, regions and state. To show only certain counties in the chart, enter the names of the counties in the county filter under the Filter tab. For more information, check out: http://www.health.ny.gov/statistics/chac/indicators/ or go to the "About" tab.

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