Infant deaths in Florida
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Definitions: The number of deaths to individuals less than one year of age. Infant death rate is the number of infant deaths per 1,000 live births; infant mortality rate.
Data Source: Office of Vital Statistics, Florida Department of Health, Jacksonville, Florida
Footnotes: Low Number Event (LNE) indicates unreliable rates and ratios, those with denominators less than 100.
Florida KIDS COUNT
- Florida KIDS COUNT
- Department of Child & Family Studies
- Louis de la Parte Florida Mental Health Institute
- College of Behavioral and Community Sciences
- University of South Florida
- Tampa, Florida 33612
Norín Dollard, Director
Florida KIDS COUNT promotes the health and well-being of children and families by providing data driven knowledge and consultation services focusing on data sources, policy research, education, and community engagement.