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PA: Percentage of Preterm Birth by County: Latest Year

This is a chart based on Prevention Agenda 2013 - 2017 Tracking Indicators: County Latest Data.

Row numberCounty NamePriority Area NumberPriority AreaFocus Area NumberFocus AreaIndicator NumberIndicatorDisparityEvent Count/RateAverage Number of Denominator/RateMeasure UnitPercentage/Rate/RatioLower Limit of 95% CIUpper Limit of 95% CIData CommentsQuartile2017 ObjectiveObjective RegionData YearsDate Source
1Albany4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo374.03136.0Percent11.911.4 + : Q410.2Statewide2013Vital Statistics data as of April 2015
2Allegany4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo42.0465.0Percent90 - < 10.4 : Q1 & Q210.2Statewide2013Vital Statistics data as of April 2015
3Bronx4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo2459.020955.0Percent11.711.4 + : Q410.2Statewide2013Vital Statistics data as of April 2015
4Broome4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo208.02059.0Percent10.10 - < 10.4 : Q1 & Q210.2Statewide2013Vital Statistics data as of April 2015
5Capital Region4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo1042.09749.0Percent10.710.2Statewide2013Vital Statistics data as of April 2015
6Cattaraugus4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo90.0825.0Percent10.910.4 - < 11.4 : Q310.2Statewide2013Vital Statistics data as of April 2015
7Cayuga4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo68.0741.0Percent9.20 - < 10.4 : Q1 & Q210.2Statewide2013Vital Statistics data as of April 2015
8Central NY4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo1165.011035.0Percent10.610.2Statewide2013Vital Statistics data as of April 2015
9Chautauqua4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo156.01308.0Percent11.911.4 + : Q410.2Statewide2013Vital Statistics data as of April 2015
10Chemung4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo108.0937.0Percent11.511.4 + : Q410.2Statewide2013Vital Statistics data as of April 2015
11Chenango4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo49.0496.0Percent9.90 - < 10.4 : Q1 & Q210.2Statewide2013Vital Statistics data as of April 2015
12Clinton4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo65.0726.0Percent90 - < 10.4 : Q1 & Q210.2Statewide2013Vital Statistics data as of April 2015
13Columbia4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo57.0534.0Percent10.710.4 - < 11.4 : Q310.2Statewide2013Vital Statistics data as of April 2015
14Cortland4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo37.0464.0Percent80 - < 10.4 : Q1 & Q210.2Statewide2013Vital Statistics data as of April 2015
15Delaware4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo52.0374.0Percent13.911.4 + : Q410.2Statewide2013Vital Statistics data as of April 2015
16Dutchess4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo261.02518.0Percent10.40 - < 10.4 : Q1 & Q210.2Statewide2013Vital Statistics data as of April 2015
17Erie4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo1214.09860.0Percent12.311.4 + : Q410.2Statewide2013Vital Statistics data as of April 2015
18Essex4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo37.0306.0Percent12.111.4 + : Q410.2Statewide2013Vital Statistics data as of April 2015
19Finger Lakes4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo1415.013737.0Percent10.310.2Statewide2013Vital Statistics data as of April 2015
20Franklin4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo70.0503.0Percent13.911.4 + : Q410.2Statewide2013Vital Statistics data as of April 2015
21Fulton4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo56.0526.0Percent10.610.4 - < 11.4 : Q310.2Statewide2013Vital Statistics data as of April 2015
22Genesee4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo56.0569.0Percent9.80 - < 10.4 : Q1 & Q210.2Statewide2013Vital Statistics data as of April 2015
23Greene4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo38.0418.0Percent9.10 - < 10.4 : Q1 & Q210.2Statewide2013Vital Statistics data as of April 2015
24Hamilton4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo30.0PercentData SuppressedData do not meet reporting criteria10.2Statewide2013Vital Statistics data as of April 2015
25Herkimer4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo72.0671.0Percent10.710.4 - < 11.4 : Q310.2Statewide2013Vital Statistics data as of April 2015
26Jefferson4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo190.02190.0Percent8.70 - < 10.4 : Q1 & Q210.2Statewide2013Vital Statistics data as of April 2015
27Kings4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo4269.040861.0Percent10.410.4 - < 11.4 : Q310.2Statewide2013Vital Statistics data as of April 2015
28Lewis4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo25.0307.0Percent8.10 - < 10.4 : Q1 & Q210.2Statewide2013Vital Statistics data as of April 2015
29Livingston4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo43.0523.0Percent8.20 - < 10.4 : Q1 & Q210.2Statewide2013Vital Statistics data as of April 2015
30Long Island4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo3414.029334.0Percent11.610.2Statewide2013Vital Statistics data as of April 2015
31Madison4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo54.0638.0Percent8.50 - < 10.4 : Q1 & Q210.2Statewide2013Vital Statistics data as of April 2015
32Mid-Hudson4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo2588.024987.0Percent10.410.2Statewide2013Vital Statistics data as of April 2015
33Mohawk Valley4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo245.02572.0Percent9.510.2Statewide2013Vital Statistics data as of April 2015
34Monroe4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo874.08354.0Percent10.510.4 - < 11.4 : Q310.2Statewide2013Vital Statistics data as of April 2015
35Montgomery4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo52.0593.0Percent8.80 - < 10.4 : Q1 & Q210.2Statewide2013Vital Statistics data as of April 2015
36Nassau4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo1521.013811.0Percent1110.4 - < 11.4 : Q310.2Statewide2013Vital Statistics data as of April 2015
37New York4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo1945.018296.0Percent10.610.4 - < 11.4 : Q310.2Statewide2013Vital Statistics data as of April 2015
38New York City4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo12483.0115351.0Percent10.810.2Statewide2013Vital Statistics data as of April 2015
39New York State4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo25378.0233529.0Percent10.910.2Statewide2013Vital Statistics data as of April 2015
40New York State (excluding NYC)4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo12895.0118178.0Percent10.910.2Statewide2013Vital Statistics data as of April 2015
41Niagara4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo307.02195.0Percent1411.4 + : Q410.2Statewide2013Vital Statistics data as of April 2015
42North Country4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo301.02785.0Percent10.810.2Statewide2013Vital Statistics data as of April 2015
43Oneida4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo323.02641.0Percent12.211.4 + : Q410.2Statewide2013Vital Statistics data as of April 2015
44Onondaga4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo538.05233.0Percent10.30 - < 10.4 : Q1 & Q210.2Statewide2013Vital Statistics data as of April 2015
45Ontario4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo105.01028.0Percent10.20 - < 10.4 : Q1 & Q210.2Statewide2013Vital Statistics data as of April 2015
46Orange4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo449.04732.0Percent9.50 - < 10.4 : Q1 & Q210.2Statewide2013Vital Statistics data as of April 2015
47Orleans4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo42.0413.0Percent10.20 - < 10.4 : Q1 & Q210.2Statewide2013Vital Statistics data as of April 2015
48Oswego4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo145.01318.0Percent1110.4 - < 11.4 : Q310.2Statewide2013Vital Statistics data as of April 2015
49Otsego4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo49.0532.0Percent9.20 - < 10.4 : Q1 & Q210.2Statewide2013Vital Statistics data as of April 2015
50Putnam4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo82.0771.0Percent10.610.4 - < 11.4 : Q310.2Statewide2013Vital Statistics data as of April 2015

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This chart shows the percentage of preterm births for the most recent data year by county. It also shows the 2017 objective. This chart is based on one of three datasets related to the Prevention Agenda Tracking Indicators county level data posted on this site. Each dataset consists of county level data for 68 health tracking indicators and sub-indicators for the Prevention Agenda 2013-2017: New York State’s Health Improvement Plan. A health tracking indicator is a metric through which progress on a certain area of health improvement can be assessed. The indicators are organized by the Priority Area of the Prevention Agenda as well as the Focus Area under each Priority Area. Each dataset includes tracking indicators for the five Priority Areas of the Prevention Agenda 2013-2017. The most recent year dataset includes the most recent county level data for all indicators. The trend dataset includes the most recent county level data and historical data, where available. Each dataset also includes the Prevention Agenda 2017 state targets for the indicators. Sub-indicators are included in these datasets to measure health disparities among socioeconomic groups. For more information, check out: http://www.health.ny.gov/prevention/prevention_agenda/2013-2017/ and https://www.health.ny.gov/PreventionAgendaDashboard, or go to the “About” tab.

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