Minority Health Profile - Black - 2017

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Minority Health Profile - Black, Alachua County, Florida - 2017
IndicatorYear(s)Rate TypeBlack NumberBlack RateWhite NumberWhite Rate Black/White Rate RatioBlack RateWhite Rate Black/White Rate Ratio
Socio-Demographic Characteristics
Population2017Percent of total pop.53,36720.6%182,11670.2%n/a16.9%77.6%n/a
Population under 18 Years Old2017Percent of pop. under 1813,67129.2%27,23958.2%n/a22.2%69.6%n/a
Population 18-64 Years Old2017Percent of pop. 18-6434,79419.6%126,54171.2%n/a17.7%76.7%n/a
Population 65 and Over2017Percent of pop. 65+4,90114.1%28,33781.7%n/a8.9%88.3%n/a
Individuals 25 years and over with no high school diploma2013-17Percent15.4%6%2.6:118%11%1.6:1
Individuals below poverty level2013-17Percent16,56633.3%33,75719.9%1.7:124.8%13.3%1.9:1
Civilian labor force which is unemployed2013-17Percent2,80711.8%4,7095.1%2.3:111.8%6.2%1.9:1
Median household income 2013-17Dollars$27,674$51,3500.5:1$37,280$53,3570.7:1
Owner-occupied housing units2013-17Percent37.7%58.8%0.6:144.4%69%0.6:1
Access to Care
Adults who have a personal doctor2016Percent68%74.5%0.9:170.9%78.6%0.9:1
Adults who said their overall health was good to excellent2016Percent78.3%84.6%0.9:181.3%82.3%1:1
Adults who had a medical checkup in the past year2016Percent90.3%74.5%1.2:180.4%77.7%1:1
Adults who visited a dentist or a dental clinic in the past year2016Percent53.5%66.2%0.8:157.5%65.9%0.9:1
Adults who received a flu shot in the past year2016Percent32.4%42.3%0.8:126.3%39.8%0.7:1
Adults who have ever received a pneumonia vaccination2016Percent35.1%35.1%1:125.7%40.6%0.6:1
Adults with health insurance coverage 2013-17Percent85.2%90.4%0.9:182.3%86.1%1:1
Emergency room visits due to asthma 2015-17Per 100,000 Population2,2891,436.71,021187.97.6:11,171.3314.13.7:1
Age-adjusted asthma hospitalization rate2015-17Per 100,000 Population4,2942,904.55,006918.13.2:11,299.8664.62:1
Maternal and Child Health
Births to mothers ages 15-192015-17Per 1,000 Females 15-1922230.11537.04.3:
Repeat births to mothers Ages 15-192015-17Percent3013.5%1912.4%1.1:116.7%15.2%1.1:1
Births to unwed mothers ages 15-192015-17Percent21998.6%13487.6%1.1:197.7%88.8%1.1:1
Births to unwed mothers ages 15-442015-17Percent1,99577.4%1,56330.5%2.5:168.4%42.2%1.6:1
Births to mothers 19 and over without high school education2015-17Percent37015.1%2995.9%2.5:112.6%10.8%1.2:1
Resident live births to mothers who smoked during pregnancy2015-17Percent1244.8%3617%0.7:13.1%6.1%0.5:1
Births to mothers who are underweight (BMI<18.5) at time pregnancy occurred 2015-17Percent924%1753.6%1.1:13.5%4.1%0.9:1
Births to mothers who are overweight (BMI 25.0-29.9) at time pregnancy occurred2015-17Percent55423.9%1,20424.6%1:127.7%26%1.1:1
Births to mothers who are obese (BMI>=30) at time pregnancy occurred2015-17Percent94440.8%1,07621.9%1.9:133.6%21.9%1.5:1
Mothers who initiate breastfeeding2015-17Percent1,83571.1%4,71791.8%0.8:178%87.8%0.9:1
Births with 1st trimester prenatal care2015-17Percent1,66876.6%3,89483.7%0.9:171.3%80.6%0.9:1
Births with no prenatal care2015-17Percent251.1%250.5%2.1:13.2%1.6%2:1
Fetal deaths2015-17Per 1,000 Deliveries3413.0203.93.4:
Infant deaths (0-364 days)2015-17Per 1,000 Births3513.6203.93.5:
Sudden Unexpected Infant Deaths (SUID)2015-17Per 1,000 Births62.320.46:
Maternal deaths2015-17Per 100,000 Births138.700.028.315.21.9:1
Births with inter-pregnancy interval < 18 months 2015-17Percent55336.1%1,12539.2%0.9:134.6%34.8%1:1
Very low birthweight infants born in subspecialty perinatal centers2015-17Percent7280.9%3768.5%1.2:180.5%74.7%1.1:1
Births < 37 weeks of gestation2015-17Percent41416%4769.3%1.7:113.8%9%1.5:1
Births < 1500 grams (very low birth weight)2015-17Percent893.4%541.1%3.3:13%1.1%2.7:1
Births < 2500 grams (low birth weight)2015-17Percent42316.4%3897.6%2.2:113.6%7.2%1.9:1
Injuries and Injury-related Deaths
Age-adjusted unintentional drowning death rate2015-17Per 100,000 Population21.671.11.5:
Hospitalizations for non-fatal traumatic brain injuries2012-14Per 100,000 Population10165.844183.20.8:163.6101.20.6:1
Age-adjusted Traumatic brain injury death rate2015-17Per 100,000 Population95.16512.30.4:114.519.60.7:1
Hospitalizations for non-fatal firearm injuries2012-14Per 100,000 Population2315.0214.03.8:
Age-adjusted firearms-related death rate2015-17Per 100,000 Population158.75510.60.8:117.911.01.6:1
Hospitalizations for non-fatal motor vehicle related injuries2012-14Per 100,000 Population11071.635867.51.1:168.468.61:1
Age-adjusted motor vehicle crash death rate2015-17Per 100,000 Population1711.06411.90.9:115.215.11:1
Hospitalizations for non-fatal unintentional fire injuries 2012-14Per 100,000 Population95.9387.20.8:
Hospitalizations for non-fatal unintentional falls2012-14Per 100,000 Population226147.11,804340.30.4:1114.7373.80.3:1
Age-adjusted unintentional fall death rate2015-17Per 100,000 Population76.611618.40.4:13.910.50.4:1
Age-adjusted homicide death rate2015-17Per 100,000 Population138.2132.63.2:
Age-adjusted suicide death rate2015-17Per 100,000 Population105.28416.20.3:14.916.30.3:1
Age-adjusted drug poisoning death rate2015-17Per 100,000 Population1611.06614.00.8:19.425.30.4:1
Leading Causes of Death
Coronary Heart Disease
Adults who have ever had a heart attack, angina, or coronary heart disease, or stroke2016Percent8.7%8.6%1:18.9%11.7%0.8:1
Age-adjusted hospitalization rate2015-17Per 100,000 Population410313.01,619268.41.2:1293.3278.91.1:1
Age-adjusted death rate2015-17Per 100,000 Population10384.344769.31.2:197.095.21:1
Adults who have ever been told they had a stroke2016Percent7.7%3%2.6:13.9%4.2%0.9:1
Age-adjusted hospitalization rate2015-17Per 100,000 Population562441.41,264208.82.1:1369.7204.91.8:1
Age-adjusted death rate2015-17Per 100,000 Population5949.024338.51.3:
Congestive Heart Failure
Age-adjusted hospitalization rate2015-17Per 100,000 Population4,4493,549.87,9491,287.82.8:11,942.51,003.21.9:1
Age-adjusted death rate2015-17Per 100,000 Population1813.69212.21.1:
Cancer cases diagnosed at advanced stage2013-15Percent27149.1%120443.2%1.1:149.4%45.9%1.1:1
Age-adjusted cancer death rate2015-17Per 100,000 Population261217.81,064166.81.3:1156.5152.21:1
Lung Cancer
Age-adjusted incidence rate2013-15Per 100,000 Population7762.639565.21:145.560.90.7:1
Age-adjusted death rate2015-17Per 100,000 Population4334.225238.80.9:
Colorectal Cancer
Adults 50 years of age and older who received a sigmoidoscopy or colonoscopy in the past five years2016Percent49.5%52.1%1:151.2%55.9%0.9:1
Adults 50 years of age and older who received a blood stool test in the past year2016Percent8.2%7.2%1.1:118.6%15.7%1.2:1
Age-adjusted incidence rate2013-15Per 100,000 Population7055.922138.11.5:142.435.71.2:1
Age-adjusted death rate2015-17Per 100,000 Population2621.98613.21.7:116.813.11.3:1
Breast Cancer
Age-adjusted incidence rate2013-15Per 100,000 Females80110.6470159.80.7:1109.1117.70.9:1
Age-adjusted death rate2015-17Per 100,000 Females2636.46318.52:124.918.51.3:1
Women 40 years of age and older who received a mammogram in the past year2016Percent55.4%n/a61.7%60.9%1:1
Prostate Cancer
Age-adjusted incidence rate2013-15Per 100,000 Males92177.123380.82.2:1147.079.01.9:1
Age-adjusted death rate2015-17Per 100,000 Males2464.04616.14:
Men 50 years of age and older who received a PSA test in the past two years2016Percent58.4%n/a48.4%58.2%0.8:1
Cervical Cancer
Women 18 years of age and older who received a Pap test in the past year2016Percent41.5%n/a55.8%46%1.2:1
Women 18 years of age and older who received a HPV test in the past five years2016Percent20.6%34%0.6:143.9%32.8%1.3:1
Age-adjusted incidence rate2013-15Per 100,000 Females<108.3217.91.1:
Age-adjusted death rate2015-17Per 100,000 Females33.762.31.6:
Adults who have ever been told they had diabetes2016Percent11%10.4%1.1:114.5%11.5%1.3:1
Emergency room visits due to diabetes2015-17Per 100,000 Population634397.953598.54:1471.8169.12.8:1
Age-adjusted hospitalization rate2015-17Per 100,000 Population8,0656,267.912,2502,056.53:14,156.21,968.22.1:1
Age-adjusted death rate2015-17Per 100,000 Population5847.111819.32.4:138.917.72.2:1
HIV Infection Cases2015-17Per 100,000 Population10366.4336.99.6:164.410.46.2:1
Reported AIDS Cases2015-17Per 100,000 Population6441.3122.516.5:
Age-adjusted HIV/AIDS death rate2015-17Per 100,000 Population2414.9102.07.5:
Adults who had ever been tested for HIV2016Percent66.6%39%1.7:164.8%39.8%1.6:1
Modifiable Risks and Behaviors
Adults who are current smokers2016Percent18.9%12.9%1.5:112.4%17.8%0.7:1
Adults who are obese2016Percent28.6%26.4%1.1:134%26.6%1.3:1
Adults who are overweight2016Percent34.7%32.5%1.1:132.7%35.3%0.9:1
Adults who are sedentary2016Percent46.9%19.9%2.4:131.8%26%1.2:1
Adults who are inactive or insufficiently active2016Percent69.6%46.3%1.5:161.7%51.7%1.2:1
Adults who meet aerobic recommendations2016Percent33.9%55.9%0.6:140.1%50%0.8:1
Adults who meet muscle strengthening recommendations2016Percent49.4%38.5%1.3:138.5%38%1:1

Data Notes:

The rate ratios in this report compare the black rate to the white rate. A ratio of 2:1 would mean that the black rate is two times the white rate. A ratio of 0.5:1 would mean that the black rate is half of the white rate.
Ratios are not calculated when either the white or black rate is zero (n/a indicated in the county ratio column).

All indicators in this profile report, except for indicators from the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS), are reporting rates based on the entire black population. Indicators from the BRFSS only include non-Hispanic blacks in the rates reported in this profile.

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Cancer data are suppressed when there are 1-9 cases in a year.

Blanks are shown if there is no white or black count available for the indicator.