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Recomended Web sites, Books and Serials
Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
Contains national and regional statistics, including hospital use, patient outcomes, and hospital charges.
American Cancer Society
Tracks cancer occurrence, including the number of deaths, cases, and how long people survive after diagnosis.
American Heart Association
The leading authority on heart and blood vessel diseases, providing statistical information on specific heart and blood vessel diseases.
Offers access to medical & socioeconomic federal and state statistics and reports on children and their families.
Current Index to Statistics
A bibliographic index to publications in statistics and related fields.
Offers an alphabetical subject/geographical list for fast facts as wellas comprehensive statistics, from the National Center for Health Statistics.
An excellent site for locating statistics created by the more than 70 U.S. federal agencies, arranged in an A-Z listing.
Contains population statistics, immigration trends, socio-economic indicators, birth and death data, hospitalizations, and local economic data.
National Center for Health Statistics
Principal U.S. vital & health statistics agency, provides a wide variety of data used to monitor the nation's health.
NCHS Health E-Stats
Provides numerical data and statistics on health resources and surveys from the National Center for Health Statistics.
New York City community health survey atlas 2010
Provides statistics on health care costs, health services, hospitalization, morbidity/mortality and Medicaidd in 41 NYC communities.
New York State Department of Health Statistics and Data
New York State Department of Health Statistics and Data.
Statistical Abstract of the United States
A comprehensive source of data from private and government sources covering statistics on health, social & economic conditions in the United States.
Surveys and Data Collection Systems
Includes annual & periodic surveys conducted by the National Center for Health Statistics on annual & periodic U.S. vital statistics, immunization, nursing homes, hospices, ambulatory health care, health insurance, maternal and infant health, nutrition, and other health topics.
WHOSIS: WHO World Health Organization Statistical Information System
Provides statistical and epidemiological information from the World Health Organization & other sources. Includes demographic and health surveys, mortality data, disease information and more.
Where is the D. Samuel Gottesman Library?
The D. Samuel Gottesman Library is located at 1300 Morris Park Avenue (1st. floor of the Forchheimer Building) Bronx, N.Y. 10461.