Total Gonorrhea, Chlamydia & Infectious Syphilis


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Total Gonorrhea, Chlamydia & Infectious Syphilis, Single Year Rates
AlachuaFlorida
YearCountDenomRateMOV
(+/-)
CountDenomRateMOV
(+/-)
2015 2,792 253,752 1,100.3* 40.6 116,929 19,860,805 588.7 3.4
2014 2,358 250,697 940.6* 37.8 105,461 19,548,031 539.5 3.2
2013 2,504 247,989 1,009.7* 39.3 103,566 19,318,859 536.1 3.3
2012 2,550 248,070 1,027.9* 39.7 98,777 19,042,458 518.7 3.2
2011 2,294 247,403 927.2* 37.8 96,923 18,934,175 511.9 3.2
2010 2,196 247,669 886.7* 36.9 96,061 18,820,280 510.4 3.2
2009 2,216 246,489 899.0* 37.3 94,837 18,711,844 506.8 3.2
2008 2,320 244,664 948.2* 38.4 95,011 18,636,837 509.8 3.2
2007 2,343 242,215 967.3* 39.0 82,011 18,500,958 443.3 3.0
2006 2,100 238,704 879.8* 37.5 73,608 18,237,596 403.6 2.9
2005 1,860 233,859 795.4* 36.0 64,321 17,876,663 359.8 2.8
2004 1,670 229,846 726.6* 34.7 61,862 17,476,489 354.0 2.8
2003 1,735 226,976 764.4* 35.8 62,014 17,074,368 363.2 2.9
2002 1,506 224,556 670.7* 33.8 64,023 16,718,033 383.0 3.0
2001 1,579 221,643 712.4* 35.0 59,640 16,384,860 364.0 2.9
2000 1,776 219,239 810.1* 37.5 56,584 16,074,896 352.0 2.9
1999 1,365 213,346 639.8* 33.8 54,550 15,679,606 347.9 2.9
1998 968 208,156 465.0* 29.2 44,321 15,309,968 289.5 2.7
1997 727 205,414 353.9* 25.7 46,171 15,011,697 307.6 2.8
1996 848 201,317 421.2* 28.3 44,351 14,701,293 301.7 2.8
Total Gonorrhea, Chlamydia & Infectious Syphilis, 2015
CountySortCountSortDenomRateSortMOV
(+/-)
Florida 116,929 19,860,804 588.7 3.4
Alachua 2,792 253,751 1,100.3* 40.6
Baker 135 27,483 491.2* 82.7
Bay 1,129 172,972 652.7* 37.9
Bradford 169 27,714 609.8 91.7
Brevard 2,190 559,019 391.8* 16.4
Broward 12,886 1,821,973 707.3* 12.2
Calhoun 65 14,594 445.4* 108.0
Charlotte 389 166,505 233.6* 23.2
Citrus 343 142,941 240.0* 25.4
Clay 855 202,858 421.5* 28.2
Collier 1,001 345,013 290.1* 17.9
Columbia 364 68,523 531.2* 54.4
Miami-Dade 14,956 2,651,194 564.1* 9.0
DeSoto 126 34,419 366.1* 63.8
Dixie 54 16,696 323.4* 86.1
Duval 8,903 901,214 987.9* 20.4
Escambia 2,657 306,236 867.6* 32.8
Flagler 372 102,737 362.1* 36.7
Franklin 48 11,841 405.4* 114.4
Gadsden 504 48,405 1,041.2* 90.4
Gilchrist 51 16,905 301.7* 82.7
Glades 43 12,988 331.1* 98.8
Gulf 59 16,490 357.8* 91.1
Hamilton 126 14,693 857.6* 149.1
Hardee 135 27,693 487.5* 82.0
Hendry 251 38,069 659.3 81.3
Hernando 548 178,019 307.8* 25.7
Highlands 305 101,044 301.8* 33.8
Hillsborough 9,881 1,334,792 740.3* 14.5
Holmes 74 20,089 368.4* 83.8
Indian River 516 143,742 359.0* 30.9
Jackson 328 50,336 651.6 70.3
Jefferson 87 14,675 592.8 124.2
Lafayette 20 8,723 229.3* 100.4
Lake 1,298 319,258 406.6* 22.1
Lee 3,000 674,906 444.5* 15.9
Leon 3,873 284,739 1,360.2* 42.5
Levy 191 40,848 467.6* 66.2
Liberty 35 8,718 401.5* 132.7
Madison 98 19,327 507.1 100.1
Manatee 1,948 347,271 560.9* 24.8
Marion 1,656 342,830 483.0* 23.2
Martin 423 150,164 281.7* 26.8
Monroe 246 74,093 332.0* 41.4
Nassau 240 77,217 310.8* 39.3
Okaloosa 1,171 192,675 607.8 34.7
Okeechobee 201 40,083 501.5* 69.2
Orange 10,464 1,265,035 827.2* 15.8
Osceola 1,600 308,779 518.2* 25.3
Palm Beach 6,755 1,381,631 488.9* 11.6
Pasco 1,633 492,512 331.6* 16.1
Pinellas 5,760 942,831 610.9* 15.7
Polk 4,016 637,492 630.0* 19.4
Putnam 466 72,632 641.6 58.1
St. Johns 721 216,669 332.8* 24.2
St. Lucie 1,294 287,365 450.3* 24.5
Santa Rosa 564 164,205 343.5* 28.3
Sarasota 1,272 391,450 324.9* 17.8
Seminole 2,083 444,122 469.0* 20.1
Sumter 253 118,504 213.5* 26.3
Suwannee 228 44,886 508.0* 65.8
Taylor 135 22,999 587.0 98.7
Union 117 15,909 735.4* 132.8
Volusia 2,302 508,743 452.5* 18.4
Wakulla 160 31,546 507.2* 78.4
Walton 258 61,664 418.4* 50.9
Washington 106 25,289 419.2* 79.6

7/25/2017 10:43 PM
FloridaCHARTS.com is provided by the Florida Department of Health, Division of Public Health Statistics & Performance Management.

Data Source: Florida Department of Health, Bureau of Communicable Diseases
Data Note(s)
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  • Multi-year counts are a sum of the selected years, not an average.
  • Use caution when interpreting rates and ratios based on small numbers of events. Rates and ratios are considered unstable if they are based on fewer than 5 cases or if the denominator (population at risk) is fewer than 20. An erratic trend line illustrates this instability.
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  • 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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