Injury Surveillance Program

The Injury Surveillance Program (ISP) collects injury reports from partners within the Department of Health and crash reports from partners at the Department of Safety and Homeland Security. The ISP has a data system that ties the injury reports together with the crash reports for anyone that has been in a crash and then goes to the hospital or dies in Tennessee. This data system shows why and how residents and visitors are getting hurt in car crashes on Tennessee roads. Using this, the ISP and its partners can figure out how to help stop bad crashes from happening in Tennessee in the future.

The Tennessee Department of Health’s Injury Surveillance Program receives funding from Tennessee’s Highway Safety Office.

To request data or statistics from Tennessee’s Injury Surveillance Program, please visit the data request system website.

For more information about Tennessee’s Injury Surveillance Program, please e-mail

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