DATA REPORTS

Combined Injury Report:

The Combined Injury Report is the principal resource for hospitalization and death data related to violence and injury in the Commonwealth. The report describes injuries in Pennsylvania by both mechanism (motor vehicle, poisoning, firearm, etc.) and intent (unintentional, self-inflicted/suicide or assault/homicide). Each section includes demographic and trend information as well as a map of rates across Pennsylvania.

For older reports of death and hospitalization data related to violence and injury, as well as for county injury hospitalization profiles, please visit the Injury Statistics home page.

NOTE: Many of the injury reports are in PDF format. Adobe Acrobat Reader is needed to view these files. 

County Childhood Injury Profiles:

The Childhood Injury Profiles are five-page documents summarizing injury hospitalizations and deaths among ages 0-14 at the local level. Using ten years of data, from 2000 to 2009, the profiles outline major categories of childhood injury and provide comparisons to the state as a whole.

Profiles have been created for each County, Health District and Safe Kids Region. Please use the pdf bookmarks to navigate.

Injury-Specific Monographs: 

Suicide and Self-Injury by Firearm, Pennsylvania, 2000-2006

This monograph reports on firearm suicide in Pennsylvania from 2000-2006, as
well as self-inflicted injuries by firearm discharged from Pennsylvania hospitals.

Fall-Related Injuries in Pennsylvania, 2005

This monograph reports on fall-related deaths from 2001-2005, those falls discharged from Pennsylvania hospitals during 2005, and 2006 Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) data related to falls.

Poisoning Injuries in Pennsylvania, 2004 

This monograph provides information on poisoning deaths between 2000
and 2004 and poisoning-related hospital discharges in 2004.



CDC Injury Indicator Reports:

These reports, created annually for the CDC, describe fourteen specific injuries and injury risk factors in Pennsylvania calculated using state-level data from death certificates and hospital discharge records.