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Alachua County Florida
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HIV Cases, Per 100,000 Population, Single Year
AlachuaFlorida
YearCountDenomRateMOV
(+/-)
CountDenomRateMOV
(+/-)
2018 43 263,753 16.3* 4.9 4,906 20,957,705 23.4 0.7
2017 53 259,349 20.4 5.5 4,766 20,555,733 23.2 0.7
2016 40 257,478 15.5* 4.8 4,789 20,231,092 23.7 0.7
2015 56 255,631 21.9 5.7 4,679 19,897,762 23.5 0.7
2014 65 251,760 25.8 6.3 4,588 19,579,871 23.4 0.7
2013 48 248,526 19.3 5.5 4,360 19,314,396 22.6 0.7
2012 49 246,893 19.8 5.6 4,482 19,118,938 23.4 0.7
2011 60 247,151 24.3 6.1 4,662 18,941,742 24.6 0.7
2010 44 247,669 17.8* 5.2 4,706 18,820,280 25.0 0.7
2009 64 246,489 26.0 6.4 5,183 18,711,844 27.7 0.8
2008 70 244,664 28.6 6.7 6,036 18,636,837 32.4 0.8
2007 57 242,215 23.5* 6.1 6,454 18,500,958 34.9 0.9
2006 44 238,704 18.4* 5.4 5,635 18,237,596 30.9 0.8
2005 43 233,859 18.4* 5.5 5,949 17,876,663 33.3 0.8
2004 51 229,846 22.2* 6.1 6,603 17,476,489 37.8 0.9
2003 44 226,976 19.4* 5.7 7,036 17,074,368 41.2 1.0
2002 57 224,556 25.4* 6.6 7,530 16,718,033 45.0 1.0
2001 65 221,643 29.3* 7.1 7,813 16,384,860 47.7 1.1
2000 48 219,239 21.9* 6.2 7,935 16,074,896 49.4 1.1
1999 65 213,346 30.5* 7.4 8,502 15,679,606 54.2 1.2
HIV Cases, Per 100,000 Population, 2018
CountySortCountSortDenomRateSortMOV
(+/-)
Florida 4,906 20,957,705 23.4 0.7
Alachua 43 263,753 16.3* 4.9
Baker 2 27,488 7.3
Bay 34 182,218 18.7 6.3
Bradford 5 28,083 17.8 15.6
Brevard 68 584,050 11.6* 2.8
Broward 661 1,903,210 34.7* 2.6
Calhoun 2 15,315 13.1
Charlotte 7 175,413 4.0* 3.0
Citrus 11 145,164 7.6* 4.5
Clay 29 213,565 13.6* 4.9
Collier 38 367,471 10.3* 3.3
Columbia 10 69,566 14.4* 8.9
Miami-Dade 1,224 2,804,160 43.6* 2.4
DeSoto 1 35,940 2.8
Dixie 0 16,767 0.0
Duval 296 954,454 31.0* 3.5
Escambia 56 317,051 17.7* 4.6
Flagler 10 108,481 9.2* 5.7
Franklin 1 12,360 8.1
Gadsden 13 48,173 27.0 14.7
Gilchrist 1 17,578 5.7
Glades 3 13,193 22.7
Gulf 1 16,235 6.2
Hamilton 4 14,706 27.2
Hardee 2 27,436 7.3
Hendry 9 39,682 22.7 14.8
Hernando 17 185,421 9.2* 4.4
Highlands 6 103,317 5.8* 4.6
Hillsborough 323 1,419,285 22.8 2.5
Holmes 1 20,404 4.9
Indian River 10 152,079 6.6* 4.1
Jackson 5 50,689 9.9* 8.6
Jefferson 1 14,725 6.8
Lafayette 1 8,367 12.0
Lake 53 342,356 15.5* 4.2
Lee 77 721,053 10.7* 2.4
Leon 81 290,223 27.9 6.1
Levy 4 41,550 9.6
Liberty 1 8,781 11.4
Madison 5 19,420 25.7 22.6
Manatee 45 381,071 11.8* 3.5
Marion 41 355,325 11.5* 3.5
Martin 15 155,705 9.6* 4.9
Monroe 18 76,534 23.5 10.9
Nassau 8 83,125 9.6* 6.7
Okaloosa 18 198,409 9.1* 4.2
Okeechobee 2 41,492 4.8
Orange 500 1,370,447 36.5* 3.2
Osceola 104 360,426 28.9 5.5
Palm Beach 298 1,442,281 20.7* 2.3
Pasco 59 518,639 11.4* 2.9
Pinellas 182 971,022 18.7* 2.7
Polk 113 681,691 16.6* 3.1
Putnam 14 73,422 19.1 10.0
St. Johns 9 241,545 3.7* 2.4
St. Lucie 51 304,743 16.7* 4.6
Santa Rosa 8 175,552 4.6* 3.2
Sarasota 32 415,896 7.7* 2.7
Seminole 75 463,627 16.2* 3.7
Sumter 4 125,779 3.2
Suwannee 1 45,123 2.2
Taylor 2 22,258 9.0
Union 2 15,966 12.5
Volusia 86 532,926 16.1* 3.4
Wakulla 3 32,350 9.3
Walton 1 67,926 1.5
Washington 2 25,243 7.9
DOC/FCI 97

9/22/2019 11:42 PM
FLHealthCharts.com is provided by the Florida Department of Health, Division of Public Health Statistics & Performance Management.

Data Source: Florida Department of Health, HIV/AIDS Section
Data Note(s)
  • These data represent new diagnoses by year of diagnosis, as of 06/30/2019. The next update is scheduled for July 2020.
  • HIV data are updated each year from 1979 to the most recent reporting year to ensure a case has not been counted more than once. This update is necessary because duplicate cases may occur when persons with an HIV diagnosis move to a different county, state or country.
  • HIV data by Year of Diagnosis reflects any diagnosis meeting the CDC definition of HIV which includes all new diagnoses of HIV (regardless if AIDS at time of diagnosis) with no previous diagnosis of HIV anywhere else in the United States or U.S. territories.
  • AIDS data by Year of Diagnosis reflects any diagnosis meeting the CDC definition of AIDS (regardless where or when HIV was diagnosed) with no previous diagnosis of AIDS anywhere else in the United States or U.S. territories.
  • HIV and AIDS cases by year of diagnosis are NOT mutually exclusive and should NOT be added together.
  • Enhanced laboratory reporting (ELR) laws in 2006 and the expansion of ELR in 2007 led to an artificial peak in new diagnoses of HIV in 2008.
  • DOC/FCI = Department of Corrections / Federal Correctional Institution.
  • Rates for Hispanic and non-Hispanic population became available starting in 2004.
  • Rates are NOT available by Mode of Exposure
  • MSM = Men who have sex with men, IDU = Injection drug use, MSM/IDU = Men who have sex with men and inject drugs, Hetero = Heterosexual, Trans Sex Contact = Transgender Sexual Contact, Other = Other risk.
  • MSM, MSM/IDU and Heterosexual Data excludes Transgender Persons. Due to small numbers, the mode of exposure for Transgender Sexual Contact is only shown on the PLWH page.
  • Chart will display if there are at least three years of data.
  • Multi-year counts are a sum of the selected years, not an average.
  • Quartiles are calculated when data is available for at least 51 counties.
  • MOV - Measure of Variability: Probable range of values resulting from random fluctuations in the number of events. Not calculated when numerator is below 5 or denominator is below 20, or count or rate is suppressed. The MOV is useful for comparing rates to a goal or standard. For example, if the absolute difference between the county rate and the statewide rate is less than the MOV, the county rate is not significantly different from the statewide rate (alpha level = 0.05). When the absolute difference between the county rate and the statewide rate is greater than the MOV, the county rate is significantly different from the statewide rate. MOV should not be used to determine if the rates of two different counties, or the county rates for two different years, are statistically significantly different.
  • Denom - abbreviated for Denominator.
  • Population estimates are not available for persons whose county of residence is unknown. Given this, the denominator and associated rate are not available.
  • * - Indicates the county rate is statistically significantly different from the statewide rate.
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