Background: Improving maternal and child health is one of the national development priorities of 2015-2019. Efforts to reduce infant mortality require information on appropriate infant health intervention model in Indonesia. Objective: The study aimed to identify factors related to infant health services in order to reduce infant mortality rate in Indonesia. Method: This study used multilevel analysis of data from 2010 Riskesdas, 2010 PODES and 2011 Rifaskes, with dependent variable of child survival, and independent variables were infant, maternal, household and area factor (Puskesmas). Results: Factors that contribute to the survival of infants were ANC, history of complications and preterm status, as the factor of preterm birth is twice as high as infant mortality compared to other factors. Conclusion: Factors that contribute to improving infant health services are the handling of premature infants, well handled complication cases and ANC services and postpartum contacts that meet the standards.