The article is devoted to the study of the health of the population in the regions of the Siberian Federal District on the basis of the following statistical indicators: infant mortality, total mortality, fertility rate, mortality according to death cause, life expectancy, primary incidence, morbidity according to disease. The study has revealed some trends in public health of the Siberian regions in 2012 – 2016. Positive trends in the health status of the population of the Siberian territories are: 1) decrease in infant and general mortality, mortality from circulatory diseases, external causes, and respiratory diseases; 2) increase in overall male and female life expectancy. Negative trends in the public health of the regions in question include: 1) declining fertility under the influence of the «population wave» effect; 2) increase in cancer mortality rate, diseases of the digestive system and infections. Public health of the Siberian territories is characterized by a high level of differentiation, as well as by multidirectional dynamics of morbidity and mortality in different regions. A low level of public health has been observed in the republics of Tyva and Altai, Trans-Baikal, and Irkutsk Region. A relatively good medical and demographic situation has been observed in Tomsk, Omsk, and Novosibirsk regions.
public health, birth rate, mortality, morbidity, Siberian regions, statistical analysis