Child Health Status Profile

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Child Health Status Profile, Alachua County, Florida - 2017
IndicatorMeasureYear(s)County Quartile 
1=most favorable
4=least favorable
County NumberCounty RateState Comparison
Socio-Demographics
Count2017259,349
20,555,728
Count201768,515
4,857,210
Percent201742,86962.6%69.8%
Percent201717,60825.7%22.2%
Percent20178,03911.7%8%
Percent20177,65211.2%30.4%
Percent201760,86488.8%69.6%
Dollar2013-171st Quartile$45,478$50,883
Percent2013-171st Quartile57,06023.3%15.5%
Percent2013-171st Quartile18.9%18.2%
Percent2013-171st Quartile8,5816.6%7.2%
Percent2013-171st Quartile7.9%12.4%
Health Status and Access to Care
Per 100,000 population20171st Quartile118831.2827.3
Percent2013-171st Quartile89.3%85.1%
Percent2012-161st Quartile5.9%8.9%
Percent201682.8%80.5%
Per 100,000 population20171st Quartile13150.519.2
Per 100,000 population20171st Quartile290111.855.8
Per 100,000 population20171st Quartile21382.122.3
Per 100,000 population20171st Quartile638246.0108.9
Per 100,000 population20171st Quartile20177.522.5
Students per nurse20161st Quartile1,179.02,381.5
Per 100,000 population20171st Quartile42,49316,384.519,607.4
Percent2015-171st Quartile6,18181.2%78.3%
Per 1,000 live births2015-171st Quartile667.76.1
Per 100,000 population2015-171st Quartile3022.027.5
Percent2015-171st Quartile7,58093.5%93.7%
Per 100,000 population20171st Quartile16,01134,805.837,365.8
Per 100,000 population20171st Quartile152838.2382.3
Per 100,000 population20171st Quartile194916.3443.9
Per 100,000 population20171st Quartile422.141.1
Per 100,000 population20171st Quartile36170.0138.3
Per 100,000 population2015-171013.211.4
Social and Physical Environment
Percent2013-171st Quartile34.7%38.1%
Per 100,000 population20171st Quartile270576.8537.7
Percent20161st Quartile20.9%20.7%
Score2012-161st Quartile0.40.4
Percent2011-151st Quartile21.3%20.8%
Per 100,000 population20171st Quartile1,645634.3416.2
Percent20161st Quartile94.9%93.6%
Percent20161st Quartile96.2%94.4%
Per 100,000 population2015-1700.00.7
Per 100,000 population2015-1723.25.4
Per 100,000 population2015-1711.413.7
Per 100,000 population2015-17711.15.3
Per 100,000 population2015-1722.812.6
Per 100,000 population2015-171st Quartile6161,156.3932.8
Per 100,000 population2015-171st Quartile4890.159.8
Childhood Risks and Behaviors
Percent20171st Quartile6.4%10.2%
Percent20161st Quartile79.9%80.6%
Percent20161st Quartile77.2%78.3%
Percent20161st Quartile3.6%3.6%
Percent20161st Quartile4.8%5.2%
Percent20161st Quartile4.4%5.2%
Percent20161.6%1.7%
Per 1,000 females ages 13-202015-171st Quartile61811.719.8
Per 1,000 females ages 13-202015-171st Quartile3,02857.543.1
Percent20171st Quartile1560.5%0.5%
Per 100,000 population20171st Quartile1,9106,684.95,044.4
Per 100,000 population20171st Quartile1,5155,302.42,480.0
Per 100,000 population20171st Quartile1,0175,273.03,479.3
Per 100,000 population2014-161st Quartile3,7906,648.34,028.3

Data Note(s)

* Weighted population estimates and percentages from the National Survey of Children's Health

** This estimate has a 95% confidence interval that exceeds 20 percentage points (1.2 times the estimate) and may not be reliable.

*** Some infants screened may have more than one specimen. Presumptive positive screening results are referred to CMS Referral Centers for confirmatory testing and diagnostic evaluation. Borderlines are followed by CMS Newborn Screening Follow-Up Program

Data Sources:

American Communities Survey, 5 year estimates
Agency for Health Care Administration
Florida Department of Education
Florida Department of Health
Florida Department of Juvenile Justice
Florida Youth Survey
National Survey of Children's Health and Florida Department of Health, Division of Children's Medical Services, Bureau of Early Steps & Newborn Screening