Pregnancy and Young Child Profile - 2018

Select a County, Year and click on Display Report button.
                                                                                              PrintPrint/PDF  Export to ExcelExport to Excel
Pregnancy and Young Child Profile, Alachua County, Florida - 2018
IndicatorRate TypeYear(s)County Quartile 
1=most favorable
4=least favorable
County NumberCounty RateState Comparison
Community Characteristics
Median household income (in dollars)Dollars2014-18$49,078$53,267
Individuals below poverty levelPercent2014-1854,07221.814.8
Individuals 18 below poverty levelPercent2014-1820.521.0
Civilian labor force which is unemployedPercent2014-188,0486.16.3
Owner-occupied housingPercent2014-1854.865.0
Domestic violence offensesPer 100,000 population2016-184,323553.8514.3
Population 5+ that speak English less than very wellPercent2014-189,0593.611.9
Births covered by emergency Medicaid Percent of births2016-18250.32.8
Women of Childbearing Age
Total female population ages 15-44Count201867,3583,827,994
White female population ages 15-44Count201846,0752,768,870
Black female population ages 15-44Count201814,164795,244
Other female population ages 15-44Count20187,119263,880
Hispanic female population ages 15-44Count20188,4111,143,367
Non-Hispanic female population ages 15-44Count201858,9472,684,627
Birth Family Characteristics
Births to teen mothers ages 15-19Per 1,000 females 15-192016-1836811.118.2
Repeat births to teen mothers ages 15-19Percent of births 15-192016-184813.015.4
Births to mothers >35Per 1,000 females > 352016-181,0715.95.0
Total births to unwed mothersPercent of births2016-183,61542.946.7
Births among unwed teen mothers ages 15-19Percent of births 15-192016-1834794.391.8
Births among unwed mothers ages 15-44Percent of births 15-442016-183,60342.946.7
Births with father acknowledged on birth certificatePercent of births2016-187,27186.487.8
Births to mothers 19 and over without high school educationPercent of births > 182016-186718.210.7
Births to mothers born in other countriesPercent of births2016-181,43017.032.9
Pre-conception Health and Behaviors
Females >17 who engage in heavy or binge drinkingPercent of females > 17201619.013.7
Females >17 who are current smokersPercent of females > 17201611.113.3
Females >17 with pap smear in preceding yearPercent of females > 17201649.548.4
Females >17 who have a personal doctorPercent of females > 17201678.377.1
Females 18-64 with health insurancePercent201889.982.0
Women 15-34 with sexually transmitted diseasesPer 100,000 females 15-3420181,9483,666.42,976.1
Births to underweight mothers at time pregnancy occurredPercent of births2016-183294.23.9
Births to Mothers with Healthy WeightPercent2016-183,54245.144.4
Births to overweight mothers at time pregnancy occurredPercent of births2016-181,84223.526.6
Births to obese mothers at time pregnancy occurredPercent of births2016-182,13527.225.1
Listeriosis in women 15-44Per 100,000 Female Population 15-442016-18 00.00.2
Varicella in women 15-44Per 100,000 Females 15-442016-18115.56.3
Pregnancy and Mother's Health Behaviors
Births to mothers who report smoking during pregnancyPercent of births2016-184555.44.8
Hepatitis B, surface antigen in pregnant womenPer 100,000 Females 15-442016-18168.011.5
Births to mothers with recommended weight gain during pregnancyPercent of births2016-181,81223.222.7
Births with inter-pregnancy interval <18 months Percent of births2016-181,78837.634.7
Births with 1st trimester prenatal carePercent of births w/ known PNC status2016-186,02881.277.4
Births with late or no prenatal carePercent of births w/ known PNC status2016-183895.26.7
Births with adequate prenatal care (Kotelchuck index)Percent of births w/ known PNC status2016-185,41376.370.5
Births to uninsured women ("self-pay" checked on birth certificate)Percent of births2016-182593.16.2
Births covered by MedicaidPercent of births2016-183,65743.748.5
C-section birthsPercent of births2016-182,69032.037.1
Mothers who initiate breastfeedingPercent2016-187,18385.386.1
Infants (Under 1)
Total birthsPer 1,000 population20182,73110.410.6
White birthsPer 1,000 white population20181,6008.79.7
Black birthsPer 1,000 black population201884115.513.7
Other nonwhite birthsPer 1,000 other nonwhite population201828211.412.1
Hispanic birthsPer 1,000 hispanic population20182509.612.3
Non-Hispanic birthsPer 1,000 non-hispanic population20182,47210.49.8
Very low birthweight infants born in subspecialty perinatal centersPercent of VLBW births2016-1813982.279.0
Multiple births (twins, triplets, or more)Percent of births2016-182953.53.3
Preterm with Low Birth WeightPercent2016-186287.56.0
Births <1500 grams (very low birth weight)Percent of births2016-181692.01.6
Births <2500 grams (low birth weight)Percent of births2016-1891610.98.7
Births <37 weeks gestation (preterm)Percent of births2016-181,01512.110.2
Critical Congenital Heart DefectsPer 10,000 births2012-20163121.720.1
Trisomy 21 (Down syndrome)Per 10,000 births2012-20161711.912.7
Infants in foster carePer 100,000 population < 12016-18911,093.61,065.7
Infant asthma hospitalizations age <1Per 100,000 Population Under 12016-1859709.0393.3
Hepatitis B, acute in people <1Count2016-1800.00
Pertussis in people <1Per 100,000 Population Under 12016-18112.039.5
Salmonellosis in people <1Per 100,000 Population Under 12016-18 34408.6559.4
Hospitalizations for all non-fatal unintentional injuries <1Per 100,000 population < 12016-1837444.7233.5
ER visits for non-fatal unintentional falls < 1Per 100,000 population < 12016-183183,821.74,449.9
Hospitalizations for non-fatal traumatic brain injuries <1Per 100,000 population < 12016-1826312.5161.4
Child passengers <1 injured or killed in motor vehicle crashesPer 100,000 population < 12015-1765765.7470.6
Fetal and Infant Deaths
Fetal deathsPer 1,000 deliveries2016-18526.16.8
Neonatal deaths (<28 days)Per 1,000 live births2016-18627.44.1
Post-Neonatal deaths (28-364 days)Per 1,000 live births2016-18141.72.0
Infant deaths (0-364 days)Per 1,000 live births2016-18769.06.1
White infant deathPer 1,000 live births2016-18214.24.3
Black infant deathPer 1,000 live births2016-184115.811.2
Hispanic infant deathPer 1,000 live births2016-1834.35.3
Non-Hispanic infant deathPer 1,000 live births2016-18709.16.3
Deaths from SUID (sudden unexpected infant death)Per 1,000 live births2016-18161.91.0
Children Ages 1-5
Total population ages 1-5Count201814,0141,151,424
White population ages 1-5Count20188,325788,627
Black population ages 1-5Count20183,846258,332
Other population ages 1-5Count20181,843104,464
Hispanic population ages 1-5Count20181,599370,733
Non-Hispanic population ages 1-5Count201812,415780,690
Children in Pre-K eligible for free/reduced lunchPercent of Pre-K students201841950.067.1
Kindergarten children eligible for free/reduced lunchPercent of KG students20181,44559.959.7
Children in Foster Care Ages 1-4Per 100,000 population 1-52016-18278326.0280.1
Children ages 1-5 receiving mental health treatment servicesPer 1,000 population 1-52016-18160.42.7
Children <5 covered by KidCare (Medikids)Percent of population < 52016-187191.72.9
Children in School Readiness programs (subsidized child care)Per 1,000 population < 132012-1411,346115.878.6
Children participating in voluntary pre-K programsPercent of 4-yr olds201883829.726.6
Children ages 3-5 with disabilities receiving pre-K servicesPer 1,000 population 3-5201821425.634.5
WIC children >=2 who are overweight or obesePercent of WIC children >= 2201824.427.0
WIC children >=2 who are overweightPercent of WIC children >= 2201815.014.0
WIC children >=2 who are obesePercent of WIC children >= 220189.413.0
Two Year Old Children Fully Immunized: Basic Immunization SeriesPercent of 2-yr olds201892.384.0
Kindergarten children fully immunizedPercent of KG students20182,27891.193.7
Emergency room visits 0-5Per 100,000 population 0-52016-1828,89257,399.770,192.2
Asthma hospitalizations ages 1-5Per 100,000 population 1-52016-184861,156.8594.3
Preventable Pediatric Hospitalizations from Asthma under 5Per 100,000 population under 5201897693.7781.2
Cryptosporidiosis in people <6Per 100,000 Population Under 62016-18 12.06.9
Haemophilus influenzae in people <5Per 100,000 Population Under 52016-1849.43.4
Measles (rubeola)Count2016-18023
Measles in people <5Count2016-18010
Meningococcal disease in people <5Count2016-1800.09
Mumps in people <5Count2016-1800.04
Pertussis in people 1-5Per 100,000 Population 1-52016-1837.15.8
Rubella, congenitalCount2016-1800.00
Shigellosis in people <6Per 100,000 Population Under 62016-18 815.931.0
Streptococcus pneumoniae in people <6Per 100,000 Population Under 62016-1812.05.1
VaricellaPer 100,000 Population2016-18253.23.6
Varicella in people <5Per 100,000 Population Under 52016-181126.020.9
Death and Injuries Among Children Ages 1-5
Deaths ages 1-5Per 100,000 Population2016-181228.625.3
Unintentional injury deaths ages 1-5Per 100,000 Population2016-1837.110.0
Cancer deaths ages 1-5Per 100,000 Population2016-1824.82.6
Heart Diseases deaths ages 1-5Per 100,000 Population2016-1812.40.9
Hospitalizations ages 1-5 for all non fatal unintentional injuriesPer 100,000 population 1-52016-18139330.8160.3
...Near drowningsPer 100,000 population 1-52016-18<59.57.1
...Traumatic brain injuriesPer 100,000 population 1-52016-181945.229.1
ER visits for non-fatal unintentional poisonings ages 1-5Per 100,000 population 1-52016-18170404.6356.8
...Unintentional fallsPer 100,000 population 1-52016-1821275,062.64,837.8
...Motor vehicle related injuriesPer 100,000 population 1-52016-18291692.6502.1
Child passengers ages 1-5 injured or killed in motor vehicle crashesPer 100,000 population 1-52015-17311743.8403.3
Overall cancer incidence rate ages 1-5Per 100,000 population 1-52014-161229.122.3

Data Note(s)

Population - Rates are calculated using July 1 population estimates from the Florida Legislature, Office of Economic and Demographic Research which have been allocated by race based on information from the US Bureau of the Census. The population data for 2011-2021, along with rates affected by the population data, was updated on FLHealthCHARTS in November 2017. It is customary to periodically revise population estimates based on new information, such as a census or new mid-course census estimates for prior years. Revising these estimates ensures accurate accounting of the racial, ethnic, and gender distribution of the population. These changes affect the population data and rates calculated for your community.

Year - Time periods include single calendar years (ex. 2015) and three-year averages (ex. 2013-15).

County Quartiles - Quartiles in this report allow you to compare health data from one county to another in the state. Quartiles are calculated by ordering a rate from most favorable to least favorable by county and dividing the list into 4 groups. In this report, a low quartile number (1) always represents more favorable health situations while fours (4) represent less favorable situations. Blanks in this column indicate that not enough data was available to calcuate a quartile or that a quartile calculation was not appropriate (i.e. population counts).

Counts - Counts for indicators displaying a 3-year rate are an average count of events over 3 years, NOT a sum. Blank spaces in this column indicate that no count is available for the indicator. A count of less than 2 indicates an average of less than 2 events per year over a 3 year period. Hospitalization counts are supressed if there are between 1-4 cases.

Rates - Rates are frequently used when numbers are too small to use percent (per 100). For example, Florida's birth rate of 4.8 per 1000 females over age 35 would be the same as saying that 0.48% of females over age 35 had babies. Rates are typically expressed per 1000, per 10,000 or per 100,000, depending on how rare an event is. Rates based on fewer than 5 events over a 3 year period are marked as unstable (U). When the rates are based on only a few cases or deaths, it is almost impossible to distinguish random fluctuation from true changes in the underlying risk of disease or injury. Therefore comparisons over time or between communities that are based on unstable rates can lead to erroneous conclusions about differences in risk which may or may not be valid. All age-adjusted rates utilize the Year 2000 Standard Population Proportion.

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