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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 birthNo2862924Percentage9.80 - < 10.3 : Q1 & Q210.2Statewide2012Vital Statistics data as of February 2014
2Allegany4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo53442Percentage1211.4 + : Q410.2Statewide2012Vital Statistics data as of February 2014
3Bronx4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo257021123Percentage12.211.4 + : Q410.2Statewide2012Vital Statistics data as of February 2014
4Broome4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo2112054Percentage10.30 - < 10.3 : Q1 & Q210.2Statewide2012Vital Statistics data as of February 2014
5Cattaraugus4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo94781Percentage1211.4 + : Q410.2Statewide2012Vital Statistics data as of February 2014
6Cayuga4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo84794Percentage10.610.3 - < 11.4 : Q310.2Statewide2012Vital Statistics data as of February 2014
7Central New York4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo175716338Percentage10.810.2Statewide2012Vital Statistics data as of February 2014
8Chautauqua4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo1561315Percentage11.911.4 + : Q410.2Statewide2012Vital Statistics data as of February 2014
9Chemung4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo1001018Percentage9.80 - < 10.3 : Q1 & Q210.2Statewide2012Vital Statistics data as of February 2014
10Chenango4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo50536Percentage9.30 - < 10.3 : Q1 & Q210.2Statewide2012Vital Statistics data as of February 2014
11Clinton4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo75764Percentage9.80 - < 10.3 : Q1 & Q210.2Statewide2012Vital Statistics data as of February 2014
12Columbia4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo58507Percentage11.411.4 + : Q410.2Statewide2012Vital Statistics data as of February 2014
13Cortland4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo55445Percentage12.411.4 + : Q410.2Statewide2012Vital Statistics data as of February 2014
14Delaware4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo44425Percentage10.410.3 - < 11.4 : Q310.2Statewide2012Vital Statistics data as of February 2014
15Dutchess4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo2832614Percentage10.810.3 - < 11.4 : Q310.2Statewide2012Vital Statistics data as of February 2014
16Erie4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo10679275Percentage11.511.4 + : Q410.2Statewide2012Vital Statistics data as of February 2014
17Essex4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo31323Percentage9.60 - < 10.3 : Q1 & Q210.2Statewide2012Vital Statistics data as of February 2014
18Finger Lakes4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo123612575Percentage9.810.2Statewide2012Vital Statistics data as of February 2014
19Franklin4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo42487Percentage8.60 - < 10.3 : Q1 & Q210.2Statewide2012Vital Statistics data as of February 2014
20Fulton4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo48480Percentage100 - < 10.3 : Q1 & Q210.2Statewide2012Vital Statistics data as of February 2014
21Genesee4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo55526Percentage10.510.3 - < 11.4 : Q310.2Statewide2012Vital Statistics data as of February 2014
22Greene4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo53385Percentage13.811.4 + : Q410.2Statewide2012Vital Statistics data as of February 2014
23Hamilton4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo35PercentageData SuppressedData do not meet reporting criteria10.2Statewide2012Vital Statistics data as of February 2014
24Herkimer4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo63648Percentage9.70 - < 10.3 : Q1 & Q210.2Statewide2012Vital Statistics data as of February 2014
25Hudson Valley4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo248124268Percentage10.210.2Statewide2012Vital Statistics data as of February 2014
26Jefferson4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo2332229Percentage10.510.3 - < 11.4 : Q310.2Statewide2012Vital Statistics data as of February 2014
27Kings4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo460342331Percentage10.910.3 - < 11.4 : Q310.2Statewide2012Vital Statistics data as of February 2014
28Lewis4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo32320Percentage100 - < 10.3 : Q1 & Q210.2Statewide2012Vital Statistics data as of February 2014
29Livingston4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo41464Percentage8.80 - < 10.3 : Q1 & Q210.2Statewide2012Vital Statistics data as of February 2014
30Madison4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo57699Percentage8.20 - < 10.3 : Q1 & Q210.2Statewide2012Vital Statistics data as of February 2014
31Monroe4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo7467350Percentage10.10 - < 10.3 : Q1 & Q210.2Statewide2012Vital Statistics data as of February 2014
32Montgomery4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo50513Percentage9.70 - < 10.3 : Q1 & Q210.2Statewide2012Vital Statistics data as of February 2014
33Nassau4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo147413757Percentage10.710.3 - < 11.4 : Q310.2Statewide2012Vital Statistics data as of February 2014
34Nassau-Suffolk4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo329228820Percentage11.410.2Statewide2012Vital Statistics data as of February 2014
35New York4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo189419083Percentage9.90 - < 10.3 : Q1 & Q210.2Statewide2012Vital Statistics data as of February 2014
36New York City4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo12765118109Percentage10.810.2Statewide2012Vital Statistics data as of February 2014
37New York-Penn4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo3042998Percentage10.110.2Statewide2012Vital Statistics data as of February 2014
38New York State4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo25038232361Percentage10.810.2Statewide2012Vital Statistics data as of February 2014
39New York State (excluding NYC)4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo12273114252Percentage10.710.2Statewide2012Vital Statistics data as of February 2014
40Niagara4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo2841980Percentage14.311.4 + : Q410.2Statewide2012Vital Statistics data as of February 2014
41Northeastern New York4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo143214237Percentage10.110.2Statewide2012Vital Statistics data as of February 2014
42Oneida4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo3302522Percentage13.111.4 + : Q410.2Statewide2012Vital Statistics data as of February 2014
43Onondaga4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo5435305Percentage10.20 - < 10.3 : Q1 & Q210.2Statewide2012Vital Statistics data as of February 2014
44Ontario4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo83978Percentage8.50 - < 10.3 : Q1 & Q210.2Statewide2012Vital Statistics data as of February 2014
45Orange4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo4464497Percentage9.90 - < 10.3 : Q1 & Q210.2Statewide2012Vital Statistics data as of February 2014
46Orleans4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo31349Percentage8.90 - < 10.3 : Q1 & Q210.2Statewide2012Vital Statistics data as of February 2014
47Oswego4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo1431314Percentage10.910.3 - < 11.4 : Q310.2Statewide2012Vital Statistics data as of February 2014
48Otsego4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo43502Percentage8.60 - < 10.3 : Q1 & Q210.2Statewide2012Vital Statistics data as of February 2014
49Putnam4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo104783Percentage13.311.4 + : Q410.2Statewide2012Vital Statistics data as of February 2014
50Queens4Promote Healthy Women, Infants, and Children1Maternal and Infant Healthpa42_0Percentage of preterm birthNo313730294Percentage10.410.3 - < 11.4 : Q310.2Statewide2012Vital Statistics data as of February 2014

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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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