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  Population Receiving Optimally Fluoridated Water


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Alachua County Florida
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Population Receiving Optimally Fluoridated Water, Single Year Rates
AlachuaFlorida
YearCountDenomPercentMOV
(+/-)
CountDenomPercentMOV
(+/-)
2015 189,688 206,341 91.9* 0.1 14,937,601 19,402,559 77.0 0.0
2014 189,688 206,099 92.0* 0.1 14,541,733 18,989,062 76.6 0.0
2013 189,232 205,643 92.0* 0.1 14,649,557 19,075,428 76.8 0.0
2012 172,304 196,127 87.9* 0.1 13,179,162 17,376,870 75.8 0.0
2011 176,599 195,600 90.3* 0.1 13,362,615 17,278,058 77.3 0.0
2010 181,001 195,809 92.4* 0.1 13,409,781 17,215,308 77.9 0.0
2009 178,843 193,473 92.4* 0.1 13,424,480 17,196,908 78.1 0.0
2008 175,754 190,293 92.4* 0.1 13,396,540 17,031,845 78.7 0.0
2007 173,950 188,422 92.3* 0.1 13,150,284 16,910,576 77.8 0.0
2006 171,160 185,400 92.3* 0.1 12,985,784 16,728,484 77.6 0.0
2005 168,175 182,484 92.2* 0.1 12,789,392 16,632,161 76.9 0.0
2004 164,105 176,076 93.2* 0.1 11,757,289 15,874,857 74.1 0.0
2003 161,001 172,745 93.2* 0.1 10,661,344 15,483,958 68.9 0.0
2002 160,523 170,730 94.0* 0.1 10,356,069 15,109,291 68.5 0.0
2001 161,615 175,692 92.0* 0.1 9,839,919 14,926,746 65.9 0.0
2000 160,015 173,098 92.4* 0.1 9,633,690 14,799,243 65.1 0.0
1999 158,745 171,743 92.4* 0.1 9,100,455 14,193,902 64.1 0.0
1998 155,188 167,894 92.4* 0.1 8,872,408 13,962,353 63.5 0.0
1997 152,744 165,293 92.4* 0.1 8,662,513 13,706,810 63.2 0.0
1996 148,353 160,540 92.4* 0.1 8,382,888 13,428,981 62.4 0.0
Population Receiving Optimally Fluoridated Water, 2015
CountySortCountSortDenomPercentSortMOV
(+/-)
Florida 14,937,601 19,402,559 77.0 0.0
Alachua 189,688 206,341 91.9* 0.1
Baker 6,391 10,151 63.0* 0.9
Bay 176,174 176,584 99.8* 0.0
Bradford 10,791 19,987 54.0* 0.7
Brevard 636,781 652,516 97.6* 0.0
Broward 1,787,873 1,811,091 98.7* 0.0
Calhoun 3,900 4,700 83.0* 1.1
Charlotte 0 183,293 0.0
Citrus 12,107 96,040 12.6* 0.2
Clay 0 185,153 0.0
Collier 231,551 270,631 85.6* 0.1
Columbia 0 20,695 0.0
Miami-Dade 2,861,792 2,915,442 98.2* 0.0
DeSoto 8,942 20,479 43.7* 0.7
Dixie 0 4,538 0.0
Duval 765,041 772,958 99.0* 0.0
Escambia 268,788 331,143 81.2* 0.1
Flagler 0 90,151 0.0
Franklin 4,362 14,455 30.2* 0.7
Gadsden 11,764 38,685 30.4* 0.5
Gilchrist 0 2,575 0.0
Glades 1,613 6,404 25.2* 1.1
Gulf 23,295 23,295 100.0* 0.0
Hamilton 0 5,934 0.0
Hardee 9,215 15,213 60.6* 0.8
Hendry 23,918 24,784 96.5* 0.2
Hernando 11,850 150,869 7.9* 0.1
Highlands 38,761 88,725 43.7* 0.3
Hillsborough 1,198,805 1,277,823 93.8* 0.0
Holmes 0 6,218 0.0
Indian River 149,094 149,094 100.0* 0.0
Jackson 0 26,852 0.0
Jefferson 0 8,425 0.0
Lafayette 0 2,562 0.0
Lake 63,989 363,215 17.6* 0.1
Lee 454,732 588,615 77.3* 0.1
Leon 202,460 224,041 90.4* 0.1
Levy 0 10,536 0.0
Liberty 0 5,848 0.0
Madison 5,038 7,005 71.9* 1.1
Manatee 523,150 523,400 100.0* 0.0
Marion 52,224 207,866 25.1* 0.2
Martin 19,000 145,077 13.1* 0.2
Monroe 0 30,000 0.0
Nassau 37,092 42,641 87.0* 0.3
Okaloosa 179,873 280,231 64.2* 0.2
Okeechobee 0 23,870 0.0
Orange 1,105,236 1,456,883 75.9* 0.1
Osceola 209,272 303,482 69.0* 0.2
Palm Beach 872,146 1,348,911 64.7* 0.1
Pasco 48,651 398,597 12.2* 0.1
Pinellas 1,002,674 1,003,042 100.0* 0.0
Polk 377,586 599,737 63.0* 0.1
Putnam 0 26,397 0.0
St. Johns 43,006 156,009 27.6* 0.2
St. Lucie 249,375 259,457 96.1* 0.1
Santa Rosa 87,467 185,348 47.2* 0.2
Sarasota 226,373 360,037 62.9* 0.2
Seminole 386,102 473,886 81.5* 0.1
Sumter 0 108,783 0.0
Suwannee 12,340 14,808 83.3* 0.6
Taylor 8,900 13,131 67.8* 0.8
Union 0 4,920 0.0
Volusia 337,776 492,722 68.6* 0.1
Wakulla 643 23,011 2.8* 0.2
Walton 0 98,290 0.0
Washington 0 8,957 0.0

6/19/2018 3:56 PM
FLHealthCharts.com is provided by the Florida Department of Health, Division of Public Health Statistics & Performance Management.

Data Source: Florida Department of Health, Public Health Dental Program (PHDP)
Data Note(s)
  • A community water system serves at least 15 service connections used by year-round residents or regularly serves at least 25 year-round residents.
  • All of the population served counts are determined by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection and provided to the Public Health Dental Program on an annual basis at the water system level.
  • In order for a community water system to be considered receiving optimally fluoridated water, they must fall into one of the following categories for at least one month of the calendar year: 1. Adjusted (supplements water with fluoride) 2. Natural (fluoride levels naturally occurring in water) 3. Consecutive (buys water from an adjusted or natural water system)
  • Numerator: Number of people on community water systems receiving optimally fluoridated water. Denominator: Number of people on community water systems.
  • The methodology for this measure has changed over time, specifically from 2013 forward.
  • 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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