County-State Profile - 2019

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County-State Profile Alachua County, Florida - 2019
  COUNTYSTATE
IndicatorMeasure2011 - 20132014 - 20162017 - 20192011 - 20132014 - 20162017 - 2019
Socio-Demographics
Total county population3 year average
247,523
254,956
263,250
19,125,025
19,902,908
20,927,329
Population under 18 Years Old3 year average
44,452
45,737
47,400
4,022,669
4,061,073
4,188,754
Population 18-64 Years Old3 year average
175,580
177,417
179,870
11,710,298
12,049,358
12,534,308
Population 65+ Years Old3 year average
27,491
31,803
35,981
3,392,058
3,792,477
4,204,267
Population - White3 year average
175,973
179,865
184,348
15,004,755
15,498,096
16,201,356
Population - Black3 year average
50,841
52,580
54,206
3,163,604
3,344,067
3,541,054
Population - Other3 year average
20,709
22,511
24,696
956,666
1,060,746
1,184,919
Population - Hispanic3 year average
21,172
22,837
25,922
4,382,979
4,795,186
5,371,590
Population - Non-Hispanic3 year average
226,351
232,119
237,328
14,742,046
15,107,722
15,555,739
Individuals below poverty levelPercent, 5 year estimate
24.1
24.615.516.4
Civilian labor force which is unemployedPercent, 5 year estimate
7.9
7.811.19.7
Deaths
Age-Adjusted All Causes 3-Year Death RateAge-adjusted Death Rate
759.4
751.3742.0681.9681.3677.5
All Causes Years of Potential Life Lost Under 75Rate per 100,000 Population < 75
6,167.1
6,630.46,499.37,233.47,619.67,746.4
Total Tobacco-Related Cancer Deaths to Persons 35 and OverRate per 100,000 Population > 35
175.7
169.4156.5173.5168.8160.7
Chronic Diseases
Age-Adjusted Coronary Heart Disease 3-Year Death RateAge-adjusted Death Rate
96.5
77.373.4102.997.091.1
Age-Adjusted Stroke 3-Year Death RateAge-adjusted Death Rate
38.1
40.140.531.436.740.7
Age-Adjusted Diabetes 3-Year Death RateAge-adjusted Death Rate
28.2
25.723.519.719.620.3
Age-Adjusted 3-Year Hospitalization Rate From Amputation of a Lower Extremity Attributable to DiabetesAge-adjusted Hospitalization Rate
32.9
41.726.231.3
Cancer
Age-Adjusted Breast Cancer 3-Year Incidence RateAge-adjusted Incidence Rate
141.0
142.1116.1119.7
Advanced Stage Breast Cancer at DiagnosisPercent
32.9
31.633.932.9
Age-Adjusted Cervical Cancer 3-Year Incidence RateAge-adjusted Incidence Rate
8.1
8.48.78.9
Advanced Stage Cervical Cancer at DiagnosisPercent
51.9
51.654.252.9
Age-Adjusted Colorectal Cancer 3-Year Incidence RateAge-adjusted Incidence Rate
43.4
40.537.336.4
Injuries
Age-Adjusted Unintentional Injury 3-Year Death RateAge-adjusted Death Rate
42.8
44.249.139.447.555.1
Age-Adjusted Unintentional Poisoning 3-Year Death RateAge-adjusted Death Rate
5.8
10.610.511.216.223.1
Reportable and Infectious Diseases
HIV/AIDS
Age-Adjusted HIV/AIDS 3-Year Death RateAge-adjusted Death Rate
6.0
4.63.64.74.03.0
AIDS CasesRate Per 100,000 Population
13.6
10.96.615.210.86.3
Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Chlamydia CasesRate Per 100,000 Population
731.9
830.6929.7409.1449.6504.2
Gonorrhea CasesRate Per 100,000 Population
252.9
204.3281.2105.0122.2161.7
Infectious Syphilis CasesRate Per 100,000 Population
4.3
19.719.47.210.413.5
Bacterial STDs (Women 15-34)Rate Per 100,000 Females 15-34
3,044.4
3,156.23,558.22,599.52,709.32,982.7
Congenital Syphilis Cases (SE)Count of Cases
1
6
3
107
149
353
Tuberculosis
Tuberculosis CasesRate Per 100,000 Population
2.2
2.11.53.63.12.7
Enteric, Food, and Waterborne Diseases
CampylobacteriosisCount of Cases
50
107
6,030
8,808
CryptosporidiosisCount of Cases
30
45
1,316
3,343
CyclosporiasisCount of Cases
8
0
130
102
Giardiasis, acuteCount of Cases
64
61
3,464
3,331
Hepatitis ACount of Cases
4
4
361
351
LegionellosisCount of Cases
3
3
648
914
ListeriosisCount of Cases
0
2
112
134
SalmonellosisCount of Cases
249
226
18,579
17,564
Shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli (STEC) infectionCount of Cases
7
4
317
351
ShigellosisCount of Cases
31
43
5,355
4,886
Vibriosis (excluding cholera)Count of Cases
7
4
493
549
Percentage of Low Income Persons with Access to Dental CarePercent of Persons Below Poverty
Maternal and Child Health
Infant Mortality
Total Infant Mortality RateRate Per 1,000 Live Births
7.4
8.39.66.26.16.0
White Infant Mortality RateRate Per 1,000 White Live Births
6.7
4.25.44.64.44.4
Black and Other Infant Mortality RateRate Per 1,000 Black and Other Live Births
8.5
14.015.510.210.610.1
Prenatal Care
Births With First Trimester Prenatal CarePercent of Births With Known PNC Status
78.0
80.480.180.179.076.5
Low Birth Weight
Live Births Under 2500 GramsPercent of Live Births
8.7
9.911.28.68.78.8
White Live Births Under 2500 GramsPercent of White Live Births
6.7
7.07.77.27.27.2
Black and Other Live Births Under 2500 GramsPercent of Black and Other Live Births
11.8
14.315.912.112.512.7
Preterm with Low Birth WeightPercent
6.1
6.97.76.06.06.1
Births to Teen Mothers
Number of Births to Females Ages 10-14 (SE)Count of Births
9
2
8
550
388
310
Number of Births Per 1,000 Females Ages 10-14Rate Per 1,000 Females 10-14
0.5
0.10.40.30.20.2
Number of Births Per 1,000 Females Ages 15-18Rate Per 1,000 Females 15-18
12.7
9.07.318.414.011.0
Repeat Births to Mothers Ages 15-19Percent of Births 15-19
19.7
14.09.616.916.114.8
Vaccine Preventable Diseases
DiphtheriaCount of Cases
0
0
0
0
Haemophilus influenzae in people <5Count of Cases
1
2
69
103
Hepatitis B, acuteCount of Cases
2
4
902
1,636
Hepatitis B, acute in people <19Count of Cases
1
0
6
3
Hepatitis B, chronicCount of Cases
208
168
12,730
14,713
Measles (rubeola)Count of Cases
3
0
15
10
Measles in people <5Count of Cases
0
0
4
1
Meningococcal diseaseCount of Cases
1
1
154
91
Meningococcal disease in people <24Count of Cases
1
0
49
30
MumpsCount of Cases
0
1
17
27
PertussisCount of Cases
13
23
1,619
1,392
PoliomyelitisCount of Cases
0
0
0
0
RubellaCount of Cases
0
0
0
1
Streptococcus pneumoniae in people <6Count of Cases
5
1
350
252
TetanusCount of Cases
0
0
12
11
VaricellaCount of Cases
127
33
2,335
2,043
Data Note(s):

All population-based rates are calculated using July 1 Florida population estimates from the Florida Legislature, Office of Economic and Demographic Research.

Census Civilian labor force which is unemployed is the American Communities 5-year estimate. For this indicator, the column labeled with a three year range displays estimates for a five year period (ex. 2013-15 is actually 2011-2015).

Census Population Below Poverty Level is the American Communities 5-year estimate. For this indicator, the column labeled with a three year range displays estimates for a five year period (ex. 2013-15 is actually 2011-2015).

(SE) - Sentinel Event

Blanks indicate that data is not available for the specified time period.

Data Sources

Births and Deaths - Florida Department of Health, Bureau of Vital Statistics

Hospitalizations - Florida Agency for Health Care Administration (AHCA)

Cancer Incidence - University of Miami (FL) Medical School, Florida Cancer Data System

Reportable and Infectious Diseases - Florida Department of Health, Bureau of Communicable Diseases

Reportable Diseases - Florida Department of Health, Bureau of Epidemiology