Assault hospitalization rate per 10,000

Source:2009-2011 SPARCS Data as of February, 2013

Adjusted Rates Are Age Adjusted to The 2000 United States Population

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  Discharges Average population Crude Adjusted
Region/County 2009 2010 2011 Total 2009-2011 Rate Rate
Reg- 1 Western New York
Allegany s s s 13 48,960 0.9 1.1
Cattaraugus 12 9 14 35 79,946 1.5 1.7
Chautauqua 22 17 21 60 134,259 1.5 1.5
Erie 290 257 324 871 915,438 3.2 3.3
Genesee 9 10 7 26 59,313 1.5 1.5
Niagara 59 48 66 173 215,679 2.7 2.8
Orleans 9 7 7 23 42,519 1.8 2.0
Wyoming 10 9 6 25 41,832 2.0 2.0
Region Total 416 364 446 1,226 1,537,947 2.7 2.8
Reg- 2 Finger Lakes
Chemung 24 19 19 62 88,667 2.3 2.5
Livingston s s s 23 64,445 1.2 1.2
Monroe 282 267 283 832 741,224 3.7 3.8
Ontario 10 22 13 45 107,369 1.4 1.5
Schuyler s s s s 18,475 s s
Seneca s s s 14 34,833 1.3 1.3
Steuben 8 12 6 26 98,192 0.9 0.9
Wayne 12 12 6 30 92,833 1.1 1.2
Yates s s s 6 25,095 0.8* 0.9*
Region Total 355 346 342 1,043 1,271,131 2.7 2.8
Reg- 3 Central New York
Cayuga 11 12 14 37 79,763 1.5 1.7
Cortland 8 11 9 28 48,898 1.9 2.1
Herkimer s s s 21 63,638 1.1 1.1
Jefferson 19 15 14 48 117,619 1.4 1.3
Lewis s s s s 26,772 s s
Madison s s s 19 72,254 0.9 0.9
Oneida 52 81 60 193 233,403 2.8 3.0
Onondaga 164 146 171 481 462,913 3.5 3.5
Oswego 20 22 22 64 121,905 1.8 1.7
St. Lawrence 13 12 10 35 111,116 1.0 1.1
Tompkins 12 6 9 27 101,689 0.9 1.0
Region Total 316 321 321 958 1,439,971 2.2 2.3
Reg- 4 New York-Penn
Broome 54 48 50 152 198,087 2.6 2.7
Chenango s s s 13 50,405 0.9 0.9
Tioga s s s s 50,744 s s
Region Total 57 54 58 169 299,236 1.9 2.0
Reg- 5 Northeastern New York
Albany 109 132 99 340 302,018 3.8 3.7
Clinton 12 11 8 31 81,897 1.3 1.3
Columbia 13 10 10 33 62,421 1.8 2.0
Delaware s s s 13 47,018 0.9 1.0
Essex s s s s 38,746 s s
Franklin 12 8 11 31 51,141 2.0 2.0
Fulton 12 12 9 33 55,255 2.0 2.1
Greene 11 7 17 35 49,041 2.4 2.5
Hamilton s s s s 4,851 s s
Montgomery 10 12 10 32 49,584 2.2 2.3
Otsego s s s 19 61,926 1.0 1.3
Rensselaer 51 53 49 153 158,122 3.2 3.3
Saratoga 27 37 19 83 220,186 1.3 1.3
Schenectady 52 54 41 147 153,985 3.2 3.4
Schoharie s s s 7 32,285 0.7* 0.8*
Warren 6 22 18 46 65,853 2.3 2.6
Washington 8 8 14 30 63,045 1.6 1.8
Region Total 339 378 321 1,038 1,497,372 2.3 2.4
Reg- 6 Hudson Valley
Dutchess 120 100 103 323 296,350 3.6 3.8
Orange 119 115 116 350 377,072 3.1 3.2
Putnam 11 14 9 34 99,636 1.1 1.3
Rockland 31 31 41 103 309,006 1.1 1.2
Sullivan 20 18 31 69 76,758 3.0 3.1
Ulster 39 40 27 106 182,127 1.9 2.1
Westchester 281 304 245 830 953,658 2.9 3.1
Region Total 621 622 572 1,815 2,294,607 2.6 2.8
Reg- 7 New York City
Bronx 1,585 1,793 1,511 4,889 1,391,466 11.7 11.3
Kings 2,044 2,008 1,840 5,892 2,534,814 7.7 7.6
New York 902 947 803 2,652 1,605,625 5.5 5.3
Queens 1,143 1,205 1,080 3,428 2,261,761 5.1 5.0
Richmond 209 234 207 650 476,976 4.5 4.6
Region Total 5,883 6,187 5,441 17,511 8,270,641 7.1 6.8
Reg- 8 Nassau-Suffolk
Nassau 425 434 416 1,275 1,347,132 3.2 3.4
Suffolk 448 403 437 1,288 1,503,547 2.9 3.0
Region Total 873 837 853 2,563 2,850,679 3.0 3.2
New York State 8,860 9,109 8,354 26,323 19,461,584 4.5 4.5

*: Fewer than 10 events in the numerator, therefore the rate is unstable

s: Data do not meet reporting criteria

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