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Region IV - Quick Health Data Online
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
Prepared under contract to the DHHS Office on Women's Health by Quality Resource Systems, Inc. The Project Officers were:
Suzanne Haynes, PhD, Senior Science Advisor, DHHS/OSOPHS/OWH and Laurie Konsella, MPA, Regional Women’s Health
Coordinator, Denver Regional Office, DHHS/OSOPHS/OWH. The Region IV Women's Health Coordinator, Annie Brayboy
Fair, MSW, MPH, participated in the oversight of the effort. A panel of expert advisors was assembled to review the proceedings
and comment on draft materials: Michelle Berlin, MD, MPH (obstetrics/gynecology and public health), Jean Hamilton, MD
(psychiatry), Mary Grace Kovar, DrPH (statistics), Kelley Phillips, MD, MPH (women's health), Patricia Rieker, PhD
(sociology), and Jeffrey Weber, MD, PhD (oncology).
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HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
Health Status of Women
in Region IV
November 2004
US Department of Health and Human Services
Office on Women's Health
Suzanne Haynes, PhD
Laurie Konsella, MPA
Prepared by:
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Colleen R. Goodman, MBA
Alfred J. Meltzer
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CONTENTS
1.0 INTRODUCTION................................................................................................................................. 1
2.0 SUMMARY ........................................................................................................................................... 5
2.1 DEMOGRAPHICS............................................................................................................................. 6
2.2 MORTALITY..................................................................................................................................... 7
2.3 CHRONIC AND INFECTIOUS DISEASES ..................................................................................... 8
2.4 MENTAL HEALTH ........................................................................................................................... 9
2.5 REPRODUCTIVE AND MATERNAL HEALTH........................................................................... 10
2.6 VIOLENCE AND ABUSE ............................................................................................................... 11
2.7 PREVENTION ................................................................................................................................. 12
2.8 ACCESS TO CARE.......................................................................................................................... 12
2.9 HEALTHY PEOPLE 2010 ............................................................................................................... 13
3.0 DEMOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICS IN REGION IV ........................................................... 19
3.1 FEMALE POPULATION IN REGION IV BY RACE/ETHNICITY AND AGE ............................ 20
3.2 RURAL STATUS ............................................................................................................................. 22
3.3 EDUCATION ................................................................................................................................... 25
3.4 FOREIGN BORN POPULATION/LINGUISTIC ISOLATION...................................................... 27
3.5 EMPLOYMENT AND INCOME..................................................................................................... 28
3.6 POVERTY AND PUBLIC ASSISTANCE....................................................................................... 30
3.7 HOUSEHOLD COMPOSITION...................................................................................................... 32
3.8 INCARCERATED WOMEN ........................................................................................................... 34
4.0 MORTALITY IN REGION IV ......................................................................................................... 35
4.1 FEMALE MORTALITY .................................................................................................................. 36
4.1.1 Unadjusted Death Rates for All Females .................................................................................. 37
4.1.2 Age-Adjusted Death Rates for All Females ............................................................................... 37
4.2 FEMALE MORTALITY BY RACE ................................................................................................ 39
4.2.1 Unadjusted Death Rates by Race .............................................................................................. 41
4.2.2 Age-Adjusted Death Rates by Race ........................................................................................... 42
4.3 FEMALE MORTALITY BY AGE................................................................................................... 44
4.4 FEMALE MORTALITY BY URBAN/RURAL RESIDENCE........................................................ 48
5.0 INDICATORS OF CHRONIC AND INFECTIOUS DISEASES OF WOMEN IN
REGION IV............................................................................................................................................... 51
5.1 INDICATORS OF CHRONIC DISEASES ...................................................................................... 51
5.1.1 Prevalence of Diabetes, Elevated Cholesterol, and Hypertension............................................ 52
5.1.2 Prevalence of Asthma, Arthritis, or Disabilities ...................................................................... 53
5.1.3 Incidence of Cancer in Women ................................................................................................. 54
5.2 INDICATORS OF INFECTIOUS DISEASE ................................................................................... 56
6.0 INDICATORS OF MENTAL HEALTH OF WOMEN IN REGION IV ...................................... 61
6.1 BEHAVIORAL MEASURES OF MENTAL ILLNESSES.............................................................. 61
6.2 MORTALITY MEASURES ASSOCIATED WITH MENTAL HEALTH...................................... 64
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7.0 REPRODUCTIVE AND MATERNAL HEALTH IN REGION IV .............................................. 66
7.1 BIRTHS AND REPRODUCTIVE RATES ..................................................................................... 67
7.2 BIRTHS BY MOTHER’S RACE/ETHNICITY............................................................................... 67
7.3 BIRTHS BY MOTHERS’ AGE........................................................................................................ 69
7.3.1 Teen Mothers............................................................................................................................. 70
7.3.2 Births to Older Women.............................................................................................................. 73
7.4 BIRTHS TO UNMARRIED WOMEN............................................................................................. 74
7.5 INDICATORS OF BIRTH OUTCOMES BY RACE/ETHNICITY................................................. 75
7.5.1 Preterm Births by Race/Ethnicity of Mother ............................................................................. 75
7.5.2 Low Birthweight Births by Race and Ethnicity of Mother ........................................................ 76
7.5.3 Method of Delivery.................................................................................................................... 77
7.5.4 Multiple Births........................................................................................................................... 78
7.5.5 Abnormal Conditions and Congenital Anomalies of the Newborn ........................................... 80
7.6 CHARACTERISTICS OF PREGNANT WOMEN.......................................................................... 81
7.6.1 Unintended Pregnancies ........................................................................................................... 81
7.6.2 Abuse During Pregnancy .......................................................................................................... 81
7.6.3 Education .................................................................................................................................. 81
7.7 HEALTH BEHAVIOR OF PREGNANT WOMEN......................................................................... 81
7.8 BREASTFEEDING .......................................................................................................................... 86
7.9 MATERNAL DEATHS.................................................................................................................... 86
8.0 INDICATORS OF VIOLENCE AND ABUSE IN REGION IV .................................................... 87
8.1 GENERAL CRIME ENVIRONMENT ............................................................................................ 88
8.2 MURDER OF WOMEN ................................................................................................................... 89
8.3 RAPE OF WOMEN.......................................................................................................................... 91
8.4 DOMESTIC VIOLENCE DURING PREGNANCY........................................................................ 91
9.0 INDICATORS OF PREVENTION IN REGION IV....................................................................... 92
9.1 PREVENTION INDICATORS FOR FEMALE HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS .............................. 92
9.2 PREVENTION INDICATORS FOR WOMEN ............................................................................... 99
9.3 MANDATED HEALTH INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR PREVENTION ................................ 104
10.0 INDICATORS OF WOMEN’S ACCESS TO CARE IN REGION IV...................................... 105
10.1 INDICATORS OF ACCESS TO PHYSICIANS AND OTHER PROVIDERS ........................... 106
10.2 INDICATORS OF ACCESS TO HEALTH CARE FACILITIES ................................................ 112
10.3 RELEVANT LEGISLATIVE ACTIVITIES ................................................................................ 114
10.4 HEALTH INSURANCE............................................................................................................... 115
APPENDIX A: METHODS AND SOURCES..................................................................................... 116
APPENDIX B: STATE LEVEL DETAILED DATA .......................................................................... 141
APPENDIX C: COUNTY LEVEL DETAILED DATA...................................................................... 172
APPENDIX D: COUNTY MAPS AND RESERVATIONS ................................................................ 425
INDEX...................................................................................................................................................... 433
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TABLES
TABLE 1: PERCENT OF TOTAL FEMALE POPULATION BY AGE: 2000...............................................................6
TABLE 2: PERCENT OF FEMALE POPULATION BY RACE/ETHNICITY: 2000....................................................6
TABLE 3: AGE-ADJUSTED FEMALE SUICIDE RATES BY RACE/ETHNICITY: 2000........................................10
TABLE 4: FEMALE POPULATION OF REGION IV BY RACE/ETHNICITY: 2000................................................21
TABLE 5: FEMALE POPULATION BY AGE: 2000...................................................................................................23
TABLE 6: POPULATION DENSITY AND PERCENT URBAN POPULATION: 2000.............................................24
TABLE 7: EDUCATION BY GENDER (FOR POPULATION AGE 25 AND OVER): 2000......................................25
TABLE 8: FOREIGN BORN POPULATION: 2000 .....................................................................................................27
TABLE 9: LINGUISTICALLY ISOLATED HOUSEHOLDS: 2000 ...........................................................................28
TABLE 10: EMPLOYMENT STATUS BY GENDER: 1999 .......................................................................................29
TABLE 11: MEDIAN EARNINGS BY GENDER: 1999..............................................................................................29
TABLE 12: POVERTY STATUS BY GENDER: 1999 ................................................................................................30
TABLE 13: FEMALE HOUSEHOLDERS BY RACE/ETHNICITY WITH CHILDREN UNDER 18, BELOW
POVERTY: 1999 ...............................................................................................................................................31
TABLE 14: SUPPLEMENTAL SECURITY INCOME AND PUBLIC ASSISTANCE INCOME
RECEIVED: 1999 ..............................................................................................................................................31
TABLE 15: FEMALE-HEADED FAMILIES AND SAME SEX PARTNER HOUSEHOLDS: 2000..........................32
TABLE 16: INCARCERATED FEMALES: 2000 & 2001............................................................................................34
TABLE 17: FEMALE DEATHS FOR THE LEADING CAUSES: 2000 ......................................................................37
TABLE 18: FEMALE DEATH RATES (UNADJUSTED) FOR THE LEADING CAUSES OF DEATH: 2000 .........38
TABLE 19: AGE-ADJUSTED FEMALE DEATH RATES FOR LEADING CAUSES: 2000 .....................................39
TABLE 20: FEMALE DEATHS AND RANKS FROM SIX LEADING CAUSES: 2000 ............................................40
TABLE 21: FEMALE DEATHS AND RATES FROM ALL CAUSES, BY RACE/ETHNICITY: 2000 .....................41
TABLE 22: AGE-ADJUSTED DEATH RATES FOR ALL CAUSES, BY RACE/ETHNICITY: 2000.......................42
TABLE 23: AGE-ADJUSTED DEATH RATES BY RACE/ETHNICITY AND CAUSE: 2000 .................................43
TABLE 24: FEMALE DEATHS AND RATES FOR ALL CAUSES, BY AGE: 2000 .................................................45
TABLE 25: DEATHS AND RATES FOR FEMALES UNDER THE AGE OF 15 FOR SELECTED
CAUSES: 2000 ..................................................................................................................................................46
TABLE 26: DEATHS AND RATES FOR FEMALES 15 TO 24 YEARS OF AGE FOR SELECTED
CAUSES: 2000 ..................................................................................................................................................46
TABLE 27: DEATHS AND RATES FOR FEMALES 25 TO 44 YEARS OF AGE FOR SELECTED
CAUSES: 2000 ..................................................................................................................................................47
TABLE 28: DEATHS AND RATES FOR FEMALES 45 TO 64 YEARS OF AGE FOR SELECTED
CAUSES: 2000 ..................................................................................................................................................48
TABLE 29: DEATHS AND RATES FOR FEMALES 65 YEARS OF AGE AND OLDER FOR SELECTED
CAUSES: 2000 ..................................................................................................................................................49
TABLE 30: AGE-ADJUSTED PERCENT OF FEMALES EVER DIAGNOSED WITH DIABETES, HIGH
CHOLESTEROL OR HYPERTENSION: 2001 ................................................................................................52
TABLE 31: AGE-ADJUSTED PERCENT OF FEMALES HAVING ASTHMA, ARTHRITIS, OR A
DISABILITY LIMITATION: 2001 ...................................................................................................................53
TABLE 32: SITE-SPECIFIC CANCER CASES REPORTED FOR WOMEN: 2000 ...................................................54
TABLE 33: SITE-SPECIFIC, AGE-ADJUSTED INCIDENCE RATES OF CANCER IN FEMALES: 2000..............55
TABLE 34: INCIDENCE OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES IN WOMEN: 2000 ..............................................................57
TABLE 35: INCIDENCE RATE OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES IN WOMEN: 2000 ..................................................57
TABLE 36: INCIDENCE RATE OF AIDS IN WOMEN, BY RACE/ETHNICITY: 2000 ...........................................59
TABLE 37: INCIDENCE RATE OF TUBERCULOSIS IN WOMEN: 2000................................................................60
TABLE 38: INDICATORS OF MENTAL HEALTH IN FEMALES 18 YEARS AND OVER
(AGE-ADJUSTED): 2001 .................................................................................................................................61
TABLE 39: DEPRESSION/SUICIDE INFORMATION REGARDING FEMALE HIGH SCHOOL
STUDENTS: 2001 .............................................................................................................................................62
TABLE 40: FEMALE ADOLESCENT AND TOTAL SUICIDE RATES: 2000 ..........................................................63
TABLE 41: FEMALE DEATHS FROM ALL CAUSES AND SELECTED MENTAL DISORDERS: 2000...............64
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TABLE 42: AGE-ADJUSTED FEMALE MORTALITY FROM ORGANIC DEMENTIA AND
ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE: 2000 ......................................................................................................................65
TABLE 43: BIRTHS, BIRTH RATES, FERTILITY RATES, AND PREGNANCY RATES: 2000.............................68
TABLE 44: NUMBER OF BIRTHS BY RACE/ETHNICITY OF MOTHER: 2000.....................................................68
TABLE 45: BIRTH AND FERTILITY RATES BY RACE/ETHNICITY OF MOTHER: 2000...................................69
TABLE 46: BIRTHS TO TEEN MOTHERS BY AGE AND RACE/ETHNICITY: 2000.............................................70
TABLE 47: PERCENT OF BIRTHS TO TEEN MOTHERS BY RACE/ETHNICITY: 2000.......................................71
TABLE 48: PERCENT TEEN MOTHERS WITH AT LEAST ONE CHILD WHEN GIVING
BIRTH BY RACE/ETHNICITY: 2000..............................................................................................................73
TABLE 49: PERCENT OF BIRTHS TO WOMEN 40 YEARS AND OLDER: 2000 ...................................................74
TABLE 50: PERCENT OF BIRTHS TO UNMARRIED WOMEN BY RACE/ETHNICITY: 2000 ............................75
TABLE 51: PRETERM BIRTH RATE BY RACE/ETHNICITY OF MOTHER: 2000...............................................76
TABLE 52: PERCENT LOW BIRTHWEIGHT AND VERY LOW BIRTHWEIGHT BIRTHS BY
RACE/ETHNICITY OF MOTHER: 2000 .........................................................................................................77
TABLE 53: TYPE OF DELIVERY BY RACE/ETHNICITY: 2000 .............................................................................78
TABLE 54: MULTIPLE BIRTH RATES BY RACE/ETHNICITY: 2000 ....................................................................79
TABLE 55: RATES OF SELECTED ABNORMAL BIRTH CONDITIONS AND CONGENITAL
ANOMALIES: 2000 ..........................................................................................................................................80
TABLE 56: PERCENT OF WOMEN GIVING BIRTH NOT COMPLETING HIGH SCHOOL
BY RACE/ ETHNICITY: 2000..........................................................................................................................82
TABLE 57: MEDICAL RISK FACTORS, TOBACCO USE AND ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION REPORTED
BY WOMEN GIVING BIRTH: 2000 ................................................................................................................83
TABLE 58: PERCENT OF WOMEN GAINING LESS THAN 16 POUNDS DURING
PREGNANCY BY RACE AND ETHNICITY: 2000 ........................................................................................84
TABLE 59: INITIATION OF PRENATAL CARE BY RACE/ETHNICITY: 2000 .....................................................85
TABLE 60: OVERALL CRIME STATISTICS: 2000 ...................................................................................................88
TABLE 61: FEMALE HOMICIDES: 2000 ...................................................................................................................90
TABLE 62: FBI VS. NCHS REPORTING OF HOMICIDES: 2000...............................................................................90
TABLE 63: PERCENT OF HOMICIDE VICTIMS WHO KNEW THEIR OFFENDER: 2000....................................91
TABLE 64: GENERAL INDICATORS OF AT-RISK BEHAVIOR IN FEMALE HIGH SCHOOL
STUDENTS: 2001 .............................................................................................................................................93
TABLE 65: DEATHS DUE TO MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENTS FOR FEMALES 15–19: 2000 .............................93
TABLE 66: RISK BEHAVIOR IN FEMALE HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS: 2001 .....................................................94
TABLE 67: FEMALES INITIATING AT-RISK BEHAVIOR BEFORE AGE 13: 2001..............................................95
TABLE 68: PERCENT DRUG USE IN FEMALE HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS: 2001..............................................96
TABLE 69: SUMMARY OF SEXUAL BEHAVIOR OF FEMALE HIGH SCHOOL
STUDENTS: 2001 .............................................................................................................................................97
TABLE 70: OVERWEIGHT STATUS OF FEMALE HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS: 2001.........................................98
TABLE 71: EATING BEHAVIORS OF FEMALE HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS: 2001 ............................................98
TABLE 72: EXERCISE BEHAVIORS OF FEMALE HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS: 2001 ........................................99
TABLE 73: INDICATORS OF GENERAL HEALTH IN WOMEN (AGE-ADJUSTED): 2001................................100
TABLE 74: INDICATORS OF AT-RISK BEHAVIOR IN WOMEN (AGE-ADJUSTED): 2001 ..............................101
TABLE 75: SUBSTANCE USE IN WOMEN (AGE-ADJUSTED): 2001 ..................................................................102
TABLE 76: IMMUNIZATIONS RECEIVED BY WOMEN (AGE-ADJUSTED): 2001 ...........................................103
TABLE 77: PREVENTATIVE MEASURES TAKEN BY WOMEN (AGE-ADJUSTED): 2000 ..............................103
TABLE 78: SUMMARY OF HEALTH RESOURCES...............................................................................................106
TABLE 79: DISTRIBUTION OF PHYSICIANS BY SPECIALTY: 2000 .................................................................107
TABLE 80: DISTRIBUTION OF DENTISTS: 1998...................................................................................................108
TABLE 81: RATES OF NURSES, PHYSICIAN ASSISTANTS AND CHIROPRACTORS.....................................111
TABLE 82: RATES OF OTHER HEALTH PROVIDERS: 2000................................................................................112
TABLE 83: RATES OF THERAPISTS: 2000.............................................................................................................113
TABLE 84: SHORT TERM GENERAL HOSPITALS (AND SERVICES): 2000......................................................113
TABLE 85: HOSPITAL BEDS PER 1,000 FEMALES: 2000 .....................................................................................114
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FIGURES
FIGURE 1: MINORITY FEMALES AS PERCENT OF TOTAL FEMALES IN REGION IV: 2000 ...........................19
FIGURE 2: LOCATION OF INDIAN RESERVATIONS.............................................................................................20
FIGURE 3: FEMALES BY AGE GROUPS AND RACE/ETHNICITY IN REGION IV: 2000 ....................................24
FIGURE 4: MAPS OF POPULATION DENSITY AND RURAL/URBAN DESIGNATIONS IN REGION IV ..........26
FIGURE 5: PERCENT OF FAMILIES HEADED BY WOMEN AND PERCENT OF WOMEN
DIVORCED: 2000 .............................................................................................................................................33
FIGURE 6: FEMALE AGE-ADJUSTED DEATH RATES (ALL CAUSES) IN REGION IV: 1998-2000...................35
FIGURE 7: COMPARISON OF FEMALE AGE-ADJUSTED DEATH RATES IN REGION IV TO US AVERAGES:
2000 ...................................................................................................................................................................36
FIGURE 8: AGE-ADJUSTED BREAST CANCER DEATH RATES FOR WHITE WOMEN IN
REGION IV: 1998-2000 ....................................................................................................................................44
FIGURE 9: AGE-ADJUSTED RATES OF BREAST CANCER FOR BLACK AND WHITE FEMALES IN REGION
IV: 2000 .............................................................................................................................................................55
FIGURE 10: AGE-ADJUSTED RATES OF LUNG CANCER FOR BLACK AND WHITE FEMALES
IN REGION IV: 2000.........................................................................................................................................56
FIGURE 11: FEMALE CHLAMYDIA RATES IN REGION IV: 2000.........................................................................58
FIGURE 12: PERCENT OF PREGNANT WOMEN USING TOBACCO PRODUCTS IN
REGION IV: 1998-2000 ....................................................................................................................................67
FIGURE 13: PERCENT BIRTHS BY MOTHER’S AGE AND RACE/ETHNICITY IN REGION IV: 2000 ...............71
FIGURE 14: TEEN BIRTH RATE (AGES 15 TO 17) IN REGION IV: 1998-2000 ......................................................72
FIGURE 15: PERCENT DELIVERIES BY C-SECTION IN REGION IV: 1998-2000 ................................................79
FIGURE 16: PERCENT OF PREGNANT WOMEN CONSUMING ALCOHOL IN REGION IV: 1998-2000 ...........84
FIGURE 17: RATE OF RAPES PER 100,000 WOMEN IN REGION IV: 2000 ...........................................................87
FIGURE 18: PRIMARY CARE PHYSICIANS PER 100,000 FEMALES IN REGION IV: 2000...............................105
FIGURE 19: PEDIATRICIANS AND OB/GYN’S PER 100,000 FEMALES IN REGION IV: 2000 .........................109
FIGURE 20: ALL SPECIALISTS AND PSYCHIATRISTS PER 100,000 FEMALES IN REGION IV: 2000 ...........110
FIGURE 21: AGE-ADJUSTED PERCENT OF FEMALES LACKING HEALTH INSURANCE IN
REGION IV: 2001............................................................................................................................................115
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1.0 INTRODUCTION
This document synthesizes information on the health status of women and minority populations
in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and
Tennessee, the eight states comprising Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS)
Region IV. It is one of ten regional reports prepared for the DHHS’ Office on Women's Health
(OWH) to identify, analyze, and publish health status indicators for women and minority
populations in all 50 states, the District of Columbia (DC), and US territories and possessions. 1
The objectives of the project are to:
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identify a meaningful set of indicators depicting women’s and minority health, collect and
integrate available data to calculate the indicators, and prepare region-specific databases
displaying the data and indicators in a user-friendly fashion;
•
consolidate the indicators in a series of ten regionally-focused reports to provide current
information and to serve as a baseline against which progress can be assessed;
•
distribute copies of the regional databases, provide on-site training to representative users
in all states, the District of Columbia, and the US territories/possessions, and provide
technical assistance to the users; and
•
develop and deploy a national database (assembled from the ten regional databases) on the
OWH website, along with an interactive geographic information system so that users will
be able to map the data and indicators. This database is available and can be accessed on
www.4woman.gov.
The information assembled in the reports and CD-ROMs for each DHHS region is provided for
use by health care planners and policy makers at regional, state, and local levels. The health
status indicators have been constructed from a broad array of sources and integrated to create as
complete a picture as possible. This report thus serves three purposes. It consolidates current
information relevant to the health status of women and minority populations. It serves as a
baseline against which progress in improving health status can be monitored, including the
Healthy People 2010 targets. It identifies gaps where new data collection efforts can be initiated
or on-going efforts can be expanded or improved. Specific suggestions to this effect are
addressed at appropriate points in the document. While much of the information presented in the
report is summarized, the companion database available both on CD-ROM and on the Internet
provides more detailed information.
The two Co-Project Officers -- one from the Central Office and one from the Denver region of
DHHS 2 -- coordinated oversight of the project with representatives from each of the regional
offices. 3 This effort represents a collaboration of all ten regional women’s health coordinators,
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Suzanne Haynes, PhD, Senior Science Advisor, DHHS/OSOPHS/OWH and Laurie Konsella, MPA, Regional Women’s Health
Coordinator, Denver Regional Office, DHHS/OSOPHS/OWH.
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The Region IV Women's Health Coordinator is Annie Brayboy Fair, MSW, MPH, email [email protected]
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along with the state women’s health coordinators of all 50 states, US territories and possessions.
It also has required the participation and involvement of numerous public health departments
within each of these jurisdictions. The effort would not have been possible without support from
hundreds of different agencies across the nation.
The selection of health status indicators was accomplished two ways. One of the activities
included reviewing the literature and recommendations of government and academic research
with regard to the factors considered important in assessing women’s health. This activity also
included identifying and incorporating relevant Healthy People 2010 objectives to the extent
possible. The specific interests of the Regional and State Women's Health Coordinators were
also determined. The second activity involved identifying the data upon which the indicators
could be developed. A panel of prominent researchers was assembled to provide guidance and to
review the findings and recommendations from these two activities and to serve as external
advisors to the project. 4 The advisors participated in the establishment of health status
indicators, provided assistance when confronting clinical and quantitative issues during the data
collection phases, and reviewed this report.
Data for the selected health status indicators were sought at the county as well as state and
national levels. County-level data were sought on the assumption that analyses of small areas
would be most useful for targeting pockets of unmet needs and establishing state and regional
approaches for addressing the needs. By and large, this approach has proven successful,
although county-level data accentuate issues of small numbers, posing the problems of privacy
and statistical validity discussed below. In general, county-level data are available for indicators
of general demographic characteristics, mortality, reproductive health, maternal health, and
access to health care. In most states, county level data are available for indicators of infectious
and some chronic diseases, mental health, and violence/abuse. No data were available for
indicators of preventive health below the state level.
Data were sought from nationally recognized sources wherever possible. A single source
permitted data to be obtained for each of the nation's counties without concern for different
collection approaches used by different collection agencies in different jurisdictions. However,
several categories of sub-state and gender-specific data could only be obtained from state
agencies; specifically, disease incidence data, fetal deaths, and abortion data fell into this
category. These data were sought from individual agencies in each state. While staff attempted
to ensure that comparable data were obtained, state agencies often collect data in different ways;
thus, comparisons should be made with caution.
The OWH Co-Project Officers and Regional Women's Health Coordinators, QRS staff, and
members of the advisory panel have considered the advantages and disadvantages of reporting
small numbers, especially at the county level. The preferences expressed by state and local users
for this information were also considered. In order to provide as much information as possible,
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Michelle Berlin, MD, MPH (obstetrics/gynecology, preventive medicine, and public health), Jean Hamilton, MD (psychiatry),
Mary Grace Kovar, DrPH (statistics), Kelley Phillips, MD (psychiatry, women's health), Patricia Rieker, PhD (sociology), and
Jeffrey Weber, MD, PhD (oncology, internal medicine, molecular cell biology).
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actual observations are reported where state or national data providers do not require suppression
of data below specified thresholds.
Readers of this document and users of the database are cautioned to take into account the
absolute numbers that underlie either numerators or denominators of rate calculations. Many of
the numerators for health status indicators are quite small because the incidence is low – for
example, for a sexually transmitted infection such as syphilis. This problem is compounded
when the population denominator is also very small, for example, when reporting incidence by
race and ethnicity in a state with few minority residents. Because the intent of this effort has
been to provide as much detailed information as possible regarding the health status of women
and minorities—from the perspective of geography, race/ethnicity and other characteristics—
much of the information is based on small numbers. This creates particular difficulties for
county and state comparisons, as differences between them are as likely to result from random
rather than to systematic variation. Two approaches have been taken to minimize
misinterpretation of the findings: (1) cautions are offered in the discussions introducing the
findings; and (2) detailed data are provided in the appendices to the document so users can know
the actual number of observations involved in calculating rates.
The source data for information on women and minority health status comes predominantly from
vital statistics, decennial census data, and surveys. Survey data is subject to sampling error, so
that estimates based on a sample are often accompanied by calculation of confidence intervals or
standard deviations. Vital statistics and decennial census data are not subject to sampling error;
however, when incidence rates are based on small numbers of observations (perhaps less than
100), variation within and between jurisdictions (e.g., states) may reflect random, not systematic
variation and other statistical tests apply. 5, 6
Some statistical tests of significance have been performed in the preparation of this report. Tests
are performed for age-adjusted and age-specific death rates and for all reproductive health areas
(natality, fetal deaths, abortions). In these cases, tests of significance have been performed when
comparisons are made between jurisdictions (e.g., state to state, state to region, region to nation)
on topics thought to be compelling and where sufficient data exist. Conversely, when statistical
tests do not yield significant findings, comparisons are not made in the text. Statistical tests for
significant differences were conducted according to guidelines issued by the National Center for
Health Statistics. 7, 8 Following these guidelines resulted in different tests being performed based
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Diehr P, Kane K, Connell F, Volinn E. What is too much variation? The null hypothesis in small area analysis. HSR 24:6
(February 1990) 741-771.
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Kane K, Diehr P. Testing the null hypothesis in small area analysis HSR 27:3 (August 1992) 267-294.
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Arias E, et al. Deaths: final data for 2001, National Vital Statistics Reports, 52:3, Sept 2003. Contains statistical techniques for
testing the significance of deaths for varying numbers of occurrences; these tests were used in preparing this report.
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Martin, J, et. al. Births: final data for 2000, National Vital Statistics Reports, 50:5, Feb 2002. Contains statistical techniques for
testing the significance of births for varying numbers of occurrences; these tests were used in preparing this report.
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upon the absolute numbers in the numerators and denominators. 9 Statistical testing was not
performed for other areas in this publication. Investigators are awaiting three years’ data before
performing such tests in order to increase sample sizes to produce more reliable estimates –
especially in minority populations.
Source data are cited for each component of every table or other illustration, and readers are
encouraged to familiarize themselves with the characteristics of the data compilation, such as
survey sample size and whether data are based on self-reported information. Each chapter of this
report deals primarily with issues at the state, regional, and national levels, as enormous
quantities of data would be required to depict each demographic characteristic or health indicator
for each of the region’s 726 counties; and small numbers problems abound. However, many
county-level indicators are provided in appendices to this document. Much more extensive data
are available at both the state and county levels on the companion databases.
Data for the year 2000 were used throughout the document for presentation of state indicators
unless otherwise specified. Previous or subsequent year's data were used when 2000 were not
available. For the county-level indicators presented, 1998-2000 3-year averages have been
presented in order to reduce effects of small values in small geographic areas. For comparative
purposes, both the year 2000 and 3-year averages are presented in the appendices.
This document is presented in ten chapters and a series of appendices. Following this
Introduction is a chapter summarizing the major findings for Region IV. The regional summary
is followed by a chapter describing the demographic characteristics of the region; this
information is especially important in assessing the number of occurrences and the rates
presented in subsequent chapters. The next seven chapters present the findings in each of the
content areas of interest: mortality, infectious and chronic diseases, mental health, reproductive
and maternal health, violence and abuse, preventive health, and access to health care.
The document concludes with appendices which present data methods applied and sources used
(Appendix A), detailed tabulations (state-level data in Appendix B and county-level data in
Appendix C), and maps displaying counties and Indian reservations/tribal lands (Appendix D).
With regard to the data tabulations, there are 726 counties in the eight states of Region IV, five
age cohorts, five race/ethnicity categories, and several hundred indicators that have been
considered. Because of the small populations of many of the counties, especially when stratified
by gender, race, and age, there are many instances of either zero cases or numbers so small that
privacy issues prevent their publication. For example, there may be only five female breast
cancer deaths in a particular county in 2000. Even when data suppression is not required, any
indicators involving small numbers should be interpreted with caution. Throughout this
document, rates using small numbers are identified to caution the reader as to potential issues of
unreliability.
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For example, when testing the difference between two rates, R1 and R2, when both rates are based upon incidence of 100 or
more, the Z-test may be used. If Z is greater than or equal to 1.96, the difference could be considered statistically significant at
the 0.05 level. When either or both of the rates are based upon fewer that 100 occurrences, the overlap of 95% confidence
intervals of the two rates may be used to determine if the difference is statistically significant. When either or both of the rates
are based upon fewer than 20 occurrences, the results are considered too small to be tested.
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2.0 SUMMARY
Many indicators can characterize women’s health. While region-wide averages come close to
the national averages for many indicators, there is substantial variability within the region. There
are a number of specific areas of concern described below. While age-adjusted death rates for
women in the region are equal to or slightly higher than found nationally (for total deaths as well
as for all of the leading causes except unintentional injuries), the age-adjusted total death rate for
women in Mississippi is 19 percent higher than the national average and for heart disease is 35
percent higher. For women in North and South Carolina, the age-adjusted Alzheimer’s death
rate is 39 percent higher than the national average. Additionally, the age-adjusted stroke death
rate for South Carolina women is 30 percent above the national average.
Cancer and diabetes morbidity are also higher in the region. For example, the age-adjusted lung
cancer incidence rate for Kentucky women is almost 36 percent higher than the national average
and is the second highest among the 42 reporting states. Diabetes prevalence in white women in
Florida is 27 percent above the national average and hypertension prevalence in black women in
Alabama is 22 percent above the national average. In terms of sexually transmitted infections,
Alabama women are 52 percent above the national average for chlamydia and over double the
rate for gonorrhea.
While the regional average across the range of mental illnesses is similar to those of the nation,
Kentucky women report ‘poor mental health days’ 36 percent more often than women across the
nation and Alabama women report 27 percent more often. The organic dementia age-adjusted
death rate for women in South Carolina is 50 percent higher than the national average for
women.
Tobacco usage among women in Kentucky and Tennessee during pregnancy is very high—over
twice the national average in Kentucky and 39 percent higher in Tennessee. The national
average itself is well-above the Healthy People 2010 target. Also, women in South Carolina
received late or no prenatal care 5.3 percent of the time; this rate is 36 percent above the national
average.
Violence against women is higher in the region across all measures, and women in the region
reported being raped at a higher rate than nation-wide. The rates of rape in Florida and South
Carolina are 39 and 30 percent higher the national rate, respectively. Also, women in South
Carolina and Tennessee were homicide victims at a high rate and knew their assailants almost
three quarters of the time. However, all violence-related rates in Kentucky are well below
national averages.
With regard to prevention, women in the region appear to fare worse than their counterparts
across the nation. Young women in Alabama rode in cars with drivers who had been drinking 18
percent more than nationally, and Florida women drove after drinking at a rate 12 percent above
the national average. Further, Kentucky adolescents use tobacco at a higher rate and report binge
drinking at a much higher rate than their counterparts in the region.
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In general, women in the region have poorer access to health resources than do women nationally
and, as with all of the US, substantial pockets of underservice can be found in Region IV.
2.1 DEMOGRAPHICS
Chapter 3 presents detailed demographic information. Additional indicators in subsequent
chapters are directly dependent upon the characteristics of the female and minority populations
in each jurisdiction, whether county, state, region, or the entire nation. In order to understand the
meaning of the indicators, the reader should consider the demographic data that affect the results.
The breakdown of Region IV’s female population by age (Table 1) shows a population that is
slightly older than that of the nation, while the racial/ethnic breakdown shows a substantially
greater percent representation for black women and a lower percentage in each of the other
minority racial groups, as shown in Table 2.
Table 1: PERCENT OF TOTAL FEMALE POPULATION BY AGE: 2000
Region IV
Total US
<15
15-19
20-24
25-44
45-64
65-84
85+
19.5
20.5
6.6
6.9
6.4
6.5
29.3
29.6
22.7
22.2
13.3
12.3
2.1
2.1
Table 2: PERCENT OF FEMALE POPULATION BY RACE/ETHNICITY: 2000
Region IV
Total US
White
Black
73.7
75.1
21.4
12.7
American
Indian,
Eskimo
and Aleut
0.4
0.9
Asian/
Pacific
Islander
1.4
3.8
Some
Other
Race
1.6
5.1
Two or
More
Races
1.5
2.4
Hispanic
6.7
12.0
Note: Females of Hispanic/Latino origin can be of any race.
The relative representation of minorities in the region is illustrated in Table 2. While white
females comprise 74 percent of the region’s female population, nationally they comprise 75
percent. The differential representation is not uniform:
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Black women comprise 21.4 percent of the region’s female population and they make up
close to 13 percent of the nation's female population;
American Indian females account for 0.4 percent of the regional population as compared
with nearly one percent of the national population;
Asian/Pacific Islander females are 1.4 percent of the regional population and nearly four
percent of the national population;
Hispanic women make up nearly 6.7 percent of the women in the region while they make
up 12 percent of the women in the nation.
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There is also a lower percent of foreign-born population in the region (7.8 percent versus 11.1
percent nationally) although Florida’s rate is 50 percent higher than the US average.
Mississippi’s rate is lowest at 1.4 percent (87 percent lower). Of those foreign-born households
in the region, a lower percentage appears to experience linguistic isolation; such isolation could
represent a barrier to health care access. While the region has an overall lower percent of
linguistic isolation, of note is the large foreign-born population in Florida which experiences
linguistic isolation at a rate 44 percent higher than the national average.
The percent of female population below the poverty level is higher in the region than the nation
(15.2 percent versus 13.5 percent). As is the case nationally, the percent of female population
below the poverty level is greater than for the male population. Again, when comparing the
region to the nation, the percent of female-headed households is higher as are the percents of
white and black female householders below the poverty level and having children under the age
of 18.
While overall population density is higher than the national average, the percent of the
population in urban areas is lower than the national average, with Florida being the only state
above the national average as a consequence of the very large Miami-Fort Lauderdale
metropolitan area.
2.2 MORTALITY
When compared to women across the nation, women in Region IV have a 4 percent higher ageadjusted death rate from all causes (Table 19). Women in the region show higher death rates for
heart disease (4 percent greater than the national rate), stroke (7 percent greater), Alzheimer’s (7
percent greater), unintentional injury (20 percent higher), and about the same rate for chronic
lower respiratory disease and cancer. With regard to unintentional injury mortality, each of the
Region IV states (except Florida) has an age-adjusted death rate above the national average.
The examination of age-adjusted mortality by racial group and ethnicity, discussed in detail in
Chapter 4, also reveals substantial differences between the region and the national averages:
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The age-adjusted death rate for white females from cancer is 3 percent lower than the
national average for white females, and for stroke it is 3 percent higher.
Black females’ death rate from cancer is 5 percent lower than the national average for
black females, and for stroke it is 14 percent higher.
Age-adjusted death rates for Asian/Pacific Islander females are 32 percent lower than the
national rate for heart disease, 29 percent lower for cancer and 17 percent lower for
stroke (although the difference was not statistically significant for stroke).
Hispanic females have an age-adjusted death rate that is 11 percent below the national
average for cancer and 29 percent lower for stroke.
Although these differences in mortality appear to be dramatic, cautious interpretation is in order,
owing to the relatively small numbers of American Indian and Asian/Pacific Islander females.
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Female death rates for all causes in the region are much above the national rates (13 to 30
percent) in all age cohorts with the exception of the oldest (65 years and older), at 1 percent
below the national rate.
Women living in metropolitan counties within the region have a lower overall age-adjusted death
rate than women living in urban or rural counties. The rates for each county group in Region IV
mirror the nation as a whole where women in non-metropolitan urban counties have the highest
overall death rate.
2.3 CHRONIC AND INFECTIOUS DISEASES
Data were difficult to obtain systematically for indicators of chronic and infectious diseases.
Chronic disease data were available for cancers, by site, and for diabetes, elevated cholesterol,
and hypertension. Cancer data were obtained from the Centers for Disease Control and
Prevention and from state cancer registries, while the latter three categories of chronic diseases
were obtained from survey data, not from registries or other reporting systems. Most data on
infectious diseases were obtained from the individual state agencies, and were mainly available
for hepatitis, tuberculosis, and sexually transmitted infections. However, not all these data were
available in all states; Mississippi, for example, did not have data available for sexually
transmitted infections.
With regard to chronic diseases, while women in the region have an age-adjusted death rate
from diabetes comparable to the nation, data collected in a national survey of women found that
women in the region reported prevalence of diabetes 8 percent higher than the national average.
Mortality data come from death certificates and the prevalence data come from self-reported
information in a survey of a relatively small number of women.
Survey data for high cholesterol and hypertension indicate that women in the region report 3 and
8 percent higher rates, respectively, of having been diagnosed with these problems as compared
to women across the nation.
Cancer incidence data were available for all states, though from two different sources. The
Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Program of Cancer Registries report data
for six of the eight states in the region (Mississippi and Tennessee are not provided). More
complete county data were obtained from the individual state cancer registries. Chapter 5 (Table
32) displays cancer incidence for a number of cancer types; these types, or sites, have been
included when at least 6 of the eight reporting states provided data.
Overall, state age-adjusted cancer incidence rates in the region are lower than the national
average for Alabama (13 percent), Georgia (5 percent), North Carolina (10 percent) and South
Carolina (10 percent); approximately the same for Florida and higher for Kentucky (6 percent).
Georgia posts the highest breast cancer rate in the region but it is still 2 percent lower than the
national rate. Lung cancer rates for Alabama, North Carolina and South Carolina are below the
national rate while one of the states—Georgia—is about equal and Florida and Kentucky are
higher; Kentucky is 31 percent higher.
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With regard to infectious diseases, the most consequential information is the differential rates of
these conditions by racial/ethnic group. The states in the region have a total female incidence
rate of AIDS that ranges from 1.8 to 19.1 per 100,000, but in every state reporting data by race
the rate is much higher for blacks—the range is 10.3 to 88.0 per 100,000 females. Rates for both
white and black females are highest in Florida.
The substantial variation found within each category of infectious disease may be partially
explained by a lack of commonality of definitions, collection completeness, and reporting among
the states. For example, the incidence rate for newly diagnosed cases of chlamydia ranges from
a low of 313 per 100,000 females (in Kentucky) to a high of 599 per 100,000 females (in
Alabama). Just as varied is the reported incidence of gonorrhea—Kentucky reported 84 cases
per 100,000 females and Alabama reported 261 cases per 100,000 females. The small number of
observations in each category as well as potential inconsistencies in reporting and definition
warrants caution in interpretation.
2.4 MENTAL HEALTH
As with chronic diseases, the mental health status indicators discussed in Chapter 6 were
assembled from various sources. In general, two categories of data were obtained—survey data
from adults and from high school students, and mortality data from death records.
Women 18 years of age and older from the region reported equal ‘poor mental health days’ 10 in
the month prior to responding to the survey as the average for survey respondents nationally.
This finding encompasses Florida, North Carolina and Tennessee women who had fewer ‘poor
mental health days,’ South Carolina women who had about equal numbers, and Alabama,
Georgia, Kentucky and Mississippi women who had more frequent ‘poor mental health days.’
Kentucky was 36 percent higher than both the region and the nation.
Survey data from high school students were assessed to determine the state of mind of the young
women. One set of questions relating to mental health referred to suicide—that is, has the
respondent considered suicide, attempted suicide, and required medical attention as a result of a
suicide attempt. Mortality data from death certificates were analyzed to augment survey data
regarding suicides. Survey data were not available for Georgia; therefore, no Region IV averages
were calculated for comparison to the national survey average for high school students. Of the
seven participating states, Alabama, Kentucky, and Mississippi high school students were 16-19
percent less likely than national respondents to require medical attention for a suicide attempt
while high school students in South Carolina were 19 percent more likely.
In terms of completed suicides, high school-aged females in Georgia, Kentucky and North
Carolina have rates 56, 85 and 41 percent higher than the national average, respectively. As seen
in Table 3, when considering the suicide rates for females of all ages, the regional death rate
based on death certificates is 20 percent higher than the national rate of 4.0 per 100,000 females,
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Table 3: AGE-ADJUSTED FEMALE SUICIDE RATES BY RACE/ETHNICITY: 2000
Region IV
Total US
Region:US
All
4.8
4.0
1.20
White
5.7
4.4
1.30
Black
1.5
1.7
0.88
American
Indian
2.8
3.8
0.74
Asian/Pac
Islander
1.4
2.8
0.50
Hispanic
1.8
1.7
1.06
Note: Females of Hispanic/Latino origin can be of any race. Rates are per 100,000 females.
although rates for minority races were lower than the national averages. The black, American
Indian and Asian/Pacific Islander female populations in the region have suicide rates 12 to 50
percent lower than the national average for their racial group, while the white and Hispanic
population rates are 30 and 6 percent higher. Finally, across all races and ages, North Carolina
females have suicide rates 38 percent above the national average.
A review of the deaths from mental disorders in Chapter 6 reveals that across the range of
causes, only organic dementia results in a large number of deaths. Specifically, about 82 percent
of all deaths from mental disorders result from organic dementia. Georgia, North Carolina,
South Carolina and Tennessee are above the national average. South Carolina females, for
example, die from organic dementia at a rate 50 percent above the national average.
While the data available provide a limited picture of the mental health status of females in the
region, many data gaps exist. The available mental health data are not directly focused on many
issues most often impacting the mental health of women—depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder,
and eating disorders. The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration collects
state and county data on these topics; however, at present, the data are not available by gender.
The agency has been contacted to determine whether the data can be made available by gender.
Further, it is hoped that state-specific assessments will be possible as more attention is focused
on mental health.
Despite these limitations, regional rates for females of all ages indicating poor mental health are
higher than the national findings. For young adults, the suicide statistics show slightly lower
reported attempts in the region than nationally and lower rates of completed suicides.
2.5 REPRODUCTIVE AND MATERNAL HEALTH
Indicators of reproductive and maternal health of the region, discussed in Chapter 7, are
generally comparable to national averages. But rates for preterm births, births to unmarried
women, and low birthweight births in the region are higher than national rates, as are rates for
both primary and repeat C-section deliveries. Women receive early prenatal care at an equal rate
to the national rate.
Overall, women in the region have similar birth rates and fertility rates compared to the national
averages. When these two indicators are examined by race and ethnicity, white and Hispanic
females are found to have lower birth and fertility rates than the national averages for their
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respective racial groups, whereas black, American Indian, and Asian/Pacific Islander women
have birth and fertility rates that are generally equal to or greater than national rates.
Women in the region have a much higher percentage of low and very low birthweight births than
the average for women nationally. Births to teenage mothers did not exceed one percent of total
births for any race in the under-15 year age group and did not exceed 10 percent for any race in
the 15-17 year age category. Additionally, white and Asian/Pacific Islander women appear more
often to have children later than the other racial groups, as evidenced by the distribution of births
across age categories.
With the exception of black women, a lower percentage of Region IV mothers are unmarried
when they give birth than the national average for their group, though the regional aggregate rate
for all females is higher. The rate of multiple births for the region is about equal to the national
rate.
Specific medical risk factors for pregnant women reveal higher rates reported for anemia,
eclampsia, chronic hypertension and pregnancy-related hypertension. Behavioral characteristics
reveal women in Region IV are below the national average for alcohol use during pregnancy;
however, the rate of alcohol usage by Kentucky women during pregnancy is 33 percent above
the national average. Further, the use of tobacco products by pregnant women in some states in
the region is alarming. While region-wide, pregnant women used tobacco at a rate similar to the
national average, only three states in the region were below the national average (Florida,
Georgia and South Carolina), whereas, pregnant women in Kentucky used tobacco products
during pregnancy at a rate that is twice the national average, and Tennessee women used tobacco
39 percent more than nationally.
Women in the region received prenatal care at about the same rate as the national average while
a slightly lower percentage of women in the region initiated such care late in the pregnancy
period or had no care at all.
2.6 VIOLENCE AND ABUSE
A worrisome picture emerges when viewing the data available on violence and abuse (see
Chapter 8). When looking at FBI crime statistics for the total population, Region IV appears to
have 10 to 28 percent higher rates of murder, rape, robbery, and assault than the nation as a
whole. Additionally, the cross-state variation is substantial: the rape rate in Kentucky is about
one quarter of the national average whereas the rates in Florida, South Carolina and Tennessee
are 39, 30 and 25 percent higher than the national average, respectively. While misclassification
and underreporting may understate actual occurrences, reported rapes provide an indication of
the level of violence and abuse in the region as well as comparative data for other states, regions
and the nation as a whole.
In addition, the data for female homicide rates (that is, where the victim is a female) show a
regional average rate 41 percent above the national average. These data also show that the
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victims knew the offenders 70 percent of the time, which is higher than the national pattern of 66
percent. However, in South Carolina women knew their offenders 77 percent of the time.
2.7 PREVENTION
Chapter 9 details the data available on health promotion and disease prevention from surveys of
high school students and surveys of adults. Based on the student surveys, young women in
Kentucky report using tobacco at a rate 20 percent higher than the national average, whereas
young women in Florida report a rate 16 percent lower than the national rate. Perhaps equally
telling is the higher rates of young women in Alabama who reported riding with a driver who
had been drinking or women in Florida who drove after drinking.
As compared with young women across the nation, greater percentages of Region IV young
women initiated sexual activity before 13 years of age, smaller percentages reported using birth
control measures, and higher percentages reported having ever been pregnant.
In the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System survey of women 18 years and older, 11
females in the region report having poor health more often, having health insurance less often,
and exercising slightly less than the national survey averages. Further, they report currently
smoking 8 percent more and binge drinking 29 percent less than do their peers nationally. For
example, Hispanic females reported an age-adjusted binge drinking rate 24 percent lower than
Hispanic women across the nation.
Women in the region report taking preventive measures essentially in line with women
nationwide -- across the racial and ethnic groups reporting, Region IV women had Pap smears,
mammograms, flu shots and pneumonia shots at or near the national averages, and exercised
slightly less than the national average.
2.8 ACCESS TO CARE
The overall indicators of access to care are generally lower than the national rates although there
are large variations among states in the region and between physicians who are Doctors of
Medicine (MD degree) and Doctors of Osteopathy (DO degree). Compared to the national
averages, Region IV has relatively more DO physicians and fewer MD physicians.
For MD physicians:
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the rate of all physicians per 100,000 females is 89 percent of the national rate;
the rate for primary care physicians is 89 percent of the national average; 12
the rate for pediatricians is 86 percent of the national average; and
the rate for Ob/Gyn physicians is 97 percent of the national average.
DHHS/CDC, 2001 Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System
Primary care physicians include general practice/family practice, general internal medicine, general pediatrics, and Ob/Gyn
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With the exception of psychiatrists, physician-to-population ratios for the region are within 14
percent of the national rates. The regional rate for general/family practice is 3 percent below the
national average but the rate for psychiatrists is 27 percent below the national rate.
For DO physicians:
• the rate of all physicians per 100,000 females is 33 percent below the national average;
• the rate for primary care physicians is 38 percent below the national rate;12
• the rate for pediatricians is 50 percent below the national rate; and
• the rate for ob/gyn care is 44 percent below the national rate.
For each category of DO physician, the physician-to-population ratio falls below the national
average by more than 33 percent.
When combined, total physicians (including both MDs and DOs) appear to be lower (i.e., 12
percent) than the national average. For specialty care, the Region IV rate is 86 percent of the
national value. For psychiatry, the regional rate is 73 percent of the national value and
examination of the sub-state data suggests a poorer distribution of psychiatrists regionally than
nationally.
Dentists are represented in the region at a much lower rate than the national average and
chiropractors are also represented at a lower rate. However, the number of physician assistants
per 100,000 females is 94 percent of the national average and the number of nurse practitioners
is 111 percent of the national rate.
A substantial maldistribution of resources appears to exist. There are pockets of underserved
areas throughout the region. Chapter 10 presents maps of the region displaying the problem
areas and tables identifying the state-level data. Appendix C presents data for each of the
individual counties.
2.9 HEALTHY PEOPLE 2010
Healthy People 2010, a document prepared by the Department of Health and Human Services, is
the prevention agenda for the nation. 13 It is a statement of national health objectives designed to
identify the most significant preventable threats to health and to establish national goals to
reduce these threats. It has two overarching goals: (1) improve healthcare for the entire
population and (2) eliminate disparities among subpopulations (e.g., race, gender). Ambitious
targets are set for the year 2010.
While health promotion and disease prevention is a major national priority, in many cases the
types of data required are not systematically collected with sufficient geographic or clinical
detail to assess the current status of the population or to determine whether all segments of the
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A complete description of Healthy People 2010 is available at http://www.healthypeople.gov or at
http://wonder.cdc.gov/data2010/.
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population are taking appropriate actions. This report attempts to take advantage of available
current data that are relevant to the objectives, and to alert readers to data that are anticipated in
the near future.
Much of the information related to the Healthy People 2010 objectives is derived from two
sample surveys that provide a starting point for identification of areas in which Region IV’s
population may be falling short and, therefore, where community and national resources might
be directed. The Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS), a survey of high school students, and the
Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS), a survey of adults 18 and older, are both
conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in conjunction with
participating states and are discussed later.
The Healthy People 2010 objectives cover a broad spectrum from reducing death rates not only
from disease but also from lifestyle behaviors such as smoking, alcohol or other drug use, failure
to wear seat belts and helmets. The document sets targets for health maximization activities such
as prenatal care that contributes to the reduction of premature births and low birthweight infants.
Finally, the Healthy People 2010 agenda includes a variety of screening and preventive
measures, such as mammograms, Pap smears, and flu shots. The remainder of this section
identifies the Healthy People 2010 targets and rates in the context of the relevant chapters of this
document.
Healthy People 2010 (HP) sets objectives in several disease areas. Heart disease, cancer and
stroke are the leading causes of death for females in both the region and the US. HP target 12-01
is to reduce coronary heart disease deaths to less than 166/100,000 population. Females in all
states except Mississippi and Tennessee meet this objective. Although this target is met in six
states for the total female population, the rate varies substantially among the different racial
groups, with black females consistently having a substantially higher death rate from heart
disease.
HP target 12-07 is to reduce deaths from stroke to no more than 48/100,000. Only Florida meets
this goal with a rate of 47.5 percent.
There are many Healthy People 2010 goals set with regard to reducing cancer death rates:
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HP 03-01--Reduce overall cancer death rate to no more than 159.9/100,000 population;
HP 03-02--Reduce lung cancer death rate to 44.9/100,000 population;
HP 03-03--Reduce breast cancer death rate to 22.3/100,000 population;
HP 03-04--Reduce cervical cancer death rate to 2.0/100,000 population;
HP 03-05--Reduce colorectal cancer death rate to 13.9/100,000 population;
Only Florida meets the overall cancer death rate goal; North Carolina is near at 162/100,000
population. Cancer death rates vary by race significantly within the region, but rates for
American Indian, Asian/Pacific Islander and Hispanic females in the region do achieve the goal
of 159.9, with the rate for American Indian females being 107.2, for Asian/Pacific Islander
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females being 71.6, and Hispanic females being 99.1. The rate for Black females in the region is
much higher than the goal, at 183.5.
Unlike the overall cancer rate, seven of the states in Region IV are better than the target rate for
lung cancer. Only Kentucky with a rate of 54/100,000 exceeds the Healthy People 2010 goal of
44.9. This is true for females by race within the region as well, including black females, who
have rates lower than the target rate in all states except Kentucky with a rate of 64.7. In the
remaining seven states, black female rates range from 25.7 in Florida to 43.5 in Tennessee.
None of the Region IV states meet the goal for breast cancer of 22.3/100,000 although all states
meet this goal for the Asian/Pacific Islander and most meet it for American Indian and Hispanic
females. The age-adjusted breast cancer mortality in North Carolina is closest to the HP goal
(8.9 percent above) while the rate in Mississippi is almost 35 percent higher than the goal. No
states have cervical cancer death rates lower than the target of 2/100,000 population, and rates
for black females are consistently about twice the targeted rate. Females in the region have rates
higher than the goal of 13.9 for colorectal cancer, with black females in the region having a rate
68 percent higher (23.4) than the target. In a finding similar to breast cancer, none of the states
meet the HP colorectal cancer goal; the closest to the goal is Florida (14 percent higher) and the
furthest from the goal is Tennessee (at 40 percent higher).
Healthy People 2010 sets goals for reducing deaths due to injuries, suicide and homicide as well
as those due to disease:
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•
HP 15-13--Reduce the unintentional injury death rate to no more than 17.5/100,000
population;
HP 15-15a--Reduce the motor vehicle accident death rate to no more than 9.2;
HP 16-04--Reduce the maternal death rate to less than 3.3 per 100,000 births;
HP 15-32--Reduce the homicide death rate to no more than 3.0; and
HP 18-01--Reduce the suicide death rate to no more than 5.0.
Although none of the Region IV states meet the goal of no more than 17.5 deaths per 100,000 for
unintentional injuries for total females, this goal is met in the region for half of the states for
Asian/Pacific Islander females and for all but North Carolina and Tennessee Hispanic females.
No states meet the goal of fewer than 9.2 motor vehicle deaths per 100,000 females but Florida is
closest at 10.8. Metropolitan, urban and rural counties in the region all fail to meet the goal. 14
The overall female homicide rate for the region is about 25 percent higher than the goal of 3.0
per 100,000 population. However, the homicide rate for black females in the region is more than
twice the desired goal, with all states exceeding the goal rate of 3.0 and four states—Alabama,
Kentucky, Mississippi and Tennessee—exceeding a rate of 9.0. In general, rates are lower in the
metropolitan areas than in the urban and rural areas of the region.
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Metropolitan counties are counties with more than 250,000 persons, urban counties have more than 2,500 but less than 250,000
persons, and rural counties have fewer than 2,500 persons.
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The rate of female suicides in all states in the region except North Carolina met the HP target of
5.0. This is consistent with national figures and reflects the fact that many fewer females
actually complete suicide attempts than males. There is no marked difference between the rate
for metropolitan areas in the region and urban or rural area rates.
None of the states in the region met the target of no more than 3.3 maternal deaths per 100,000
births. Alabama was the closest at a rate of 4.7. Black females in the states and the region had
rates two to three times higher than white females. In many cases, the actual number of maternal
deaths varied little from white to black, so the resulting rates show the difference in population
between the two groups. There were very few maternal deaths in the region in the other minority
racial groups.
The Healthy People 2010 objectives for reducing infectious diseases includes hepatitis A,
tuberculosis, and sexually transmitted infections (STIs) such as gonorrhea, syphilis, and AIDS:
•
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•
•
•
HP 14-6--reduce new cases of hepatitis A to no more than 4.5 cases per 100,000 persons;
HP 14-11--reduce new cases of tuberculosis to no more than 1 per 100,000 persons;
HP 25-02-- reduce new cases of gonorrhea to a maximum 19 cases per 100,000 persons;
HP 25-03--reduce new cases of syphilis (primary and secondary) to fewer than 0.2 cases
per 100,000 persons; and
HP 13-01--reduce new cases of AIDS to a maximum 1 per 100,000 persons.
These data are examined in detail in Chapter 5. The regional picture is complicated by nonreporting states, the fact that for some diseases the numbers of cases is small, and perhaps,
definitional issues. For example, regional rates for disease could only be computed for
tuberculosis due to missing state data. The regional and national TB rates were about 4 times the
targeted value. Rates for female primary and secondary syphilis exceed the target of 0.2 cases
per 100,000 by 10 to 43 percent in the Region IV states. State rates for female gonorrhea range
from 4 to 14 percent higher than the nation which itself is 6.6 times the target of 19 cases per
100,000 persons.
Data describing births in Region IV (see Chapter 7) were more readily available than on
infectious disease. The rate of preterm births (prior to 37 weeks of gestation) for each state and
for the region as a whole are above HP target 16-11a of 7.6 percent. While Georgia has the
lowest percent of preterm births (12%) for all women as well as for most racial and ethnic
categories, the rates are well above the target. For all states in the region, the rate of preterm
births for black females is consistently higher than other racial groups and significantly higher
than the HP goal. Preterm birth rates for black females range from 15.2 percent in Georgia to
20.4 percent in Mississippi.
According to Healthy People 2010, low birthweight is the risk factor most closely associated
with neonatal mortality. Increasing birthweight can substantially reduce the infant death rate.
HP target 16-10a calls for reducing low birthweight births to less than 5 percent and HP 16-10b
is to reduce very low birthweight births to 0.9 percent of total births. Florida women gave birth
to the lowest percentage of low birthweight babies (8%), but again, still above the target. The
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Region IV states were even further from the very low birthweight goal, ranging from a low of
1.4 percent (Kentucky) to a high of 2.2 percent (Mississippi).
One of the Healthy People 2010 objectives (16-17c) is to have 99 percent of pregnant women
abstain from smoking. Decreasing the number of smokers among pregnant women is one of the
clearest ways to reduce the incidence of adverse outcomes such as infant mortality, low
birthweight, and other complications. According to the CDC, the number of low birthweight
infants is 66 percent higher among smokers than non-smokers. The percentage of Region IV
birth mothers who reported smoking during pregnancy is slightly higher than the national
average and well above the one percent target, ranging from a low of 8.4 percent (in Georgia) to
a high of 24.6 percent (in Kentucky).
The rates at which Region IV pregnant females seek early prenatal care vary substantially by
race/ethnic group, with white women seeking care at the highest rate. Healthy People 2010
objective 16-06a is to increase prenatal care initiated in the first trimester to greater than 90
percent. While white and Asian/Pacific Islander women in the region are 3 and 4 percent below
this target, black, American Indian, and Hispanic women are roughly 17 percent lower. At the
state level, Georgia comes the closest to reaching this goal, with 86.9 percent of women initiating
care in the first trimester and South Carolina is lowest at 79.4 percent.
Behaviors such as alcohol use, driving while intoxicated, and use of seatbelts all affect motor
vehicle-related accident and death rates. Surveys of high school females under age 18 reveal
relatively high use of alcohol and a low rate of seatbelt use. According to Healthy People 2010,
the death rate for alcohol-related motor vehicle crash deaths is 6.1 per 100,000 population, which
accounts for more than half of the death rate for all motor vehicle crash deaths. Healthy People
2010 objective 15-19 is for 92 percent of the adolescent population to use seatbelts; that is, no
more than 8 percent using seatbelts ‘rarely’ or ‘never.’ Young women in North Carolina reported
usage above 92 percent while in Mississippi only 81 percent reported using seatbelts. Another
objective (15-23) is to increase bicycle helmet usage, although no specific target has been set. Of
the seven states reporting, the highest reported usage is 13.4 percent in Florida.
The Healthy People 2010 target for high school students using tobacco products is no more than
21 percent. Young women report rates from 24.9 percent in Florida to a high of 35.4 percent in
Kentucky. The HP target (26-10a) for abstaining from alcohol consumption in the past 30 days
is 89 percent, or no more than 11 percent using. The Region IV state respondents report a usage
rate low of 35.9 (North Carolina) percent and a high of 45.5 (Florida).
Table 66 shows the percentage of young women who rode in a car driven by an individual who
had been consuming alcohol. The percentages in Kentucky and North Carolina met the HP
target 26-06 of no more than 30 percent while percentages in the other states were above the
target.
Healthy People 2010 goal 26-11c is to reduce the proportion of adults engaging in binge
drinking to a maximum of 6 percent. All states except Florida in the region achieve this target.
Regional rates are higher for white females in Region IV compared to black and Hispanic
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females. Black females in every state achieved the target rate, as did Hispanic females in
Florida, Kentucky, North Carolina and South Carolina.
The goal of 'responsible sexual behavior' put forth by Healthy People 2010 target 25-11 is 95
percent of students abstaining from sex or using a condom if sexually active. Of the states
responding to this question, female students in Florida report a high of 86 percent being
responsible, Mississippi reported a low of 82 percent.
Healthy People 2010 also sets goals for adolescent exercise and television watching. HP goal 2207 is for at least 80 percent of adolescents to have some form of vigorous exercise 3 times a
week. No state comes close to meeting this objective, but North Carolina is high at 54.9 percent.
Six states report on television watching and while none achieve Healthy People 2010 goal 22-11
for no more than 25 percent of adolescents to exceed watching three hours of television on an
average school day, Kentucky is closest at 30.3 percent and Mississippi is the furthest at 52.7
percent.
Healthy People 2010 identifies a variety of preventive measures to reduce the risk of future
health problems. Among the findings are:
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•
the rate at which women in the region report ever having a Pap smear is essentially
identical to the national values for the white, black and Hispanic populations. HP goal
03-11a sets a target of 97 percent. Rates in the region range from Kentucky and Florida
having rates of 93.3 to Georgia having a rate of 96.6;
Healthy People 2010 goal 03-11b is for 90 percent of women to have had a Pap smear
within the past three years, and the Region IV average in 2000 was 84.6. North Carolina
has a rate of 87.4 and Kentucky reports the lowest rate of 82.4; and
HP goal 03-13 is for at least 70 percent of women 40 years and over to have had a
mammogram in the past 2 years; all states in the region except Mississippi (at 67.4
percent) achieve this goal.
There is clearly much work to be done in Region IV in order to achieve the Healthy People 2010
goals for adolescent females and women.
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3.0 DEMOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICS IN REGION IV
The demographic characteristics of the people in a region are important to consider before
examining specific indicators of health status. Different racial and ethnic groups are associated
with different levels of health risk, as are factors such as unemployment, educational attainment,
and urban or rural residence. Throughout this document, the number of occurrences and rates of
various diseases, vital statistics, reproductive health, lifestyle, and risk behavior are examined
comparing women in each state to each other, to all women in Region IV, and to US averages.
All of these factors are directly or indirectly dependent upon the demographic characteristics of
the female population in the region. The following description of actual and comparative
socioeconomic status provides a foundation for predictive information to develop and evaluate
programs addressing women’s health.
This and subsequent chapters begin with a map depicting one of the factors discussed in the
chapter. Figure 1 shows the distribution of minority females (including those of Hispanic/Latino
origin) in the region. Minority females make up less than 27.6 percent of the female population
in over half of the 736 counties in the region. Interestingly, 87 percent of Kentucky’s counties
have less than ten percent minority females while 2 percent of Mississippi’s counties have less
than ten percent minority females.
Figure 1: MINORITY FEMALES AS PERCENT OF TOTAL FEMALES IN REGION IV: 2000
KY
(
!
(
!
Nashville-Davidson
TN
Memphis
(
!
(
!
AL
MS
Atlanta
Charlotte
NC
SC
GA
(
!
Jacksonville
FL
0 - 27.5%
27.6 - 33.8%
33.9% +
(
!
Miami
Source: US Census Bureau, Census 2000
(Region 30.8%, Nation: 30.7%)
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High concentrations of minority populations occur around the larger cities and on Indian
reservations, but also generally in an arcing pattern that extends from the eastern borders of
North and South Carolina to the southern borders of Georgia, Alabama and Mississippi. Figure
2 shows the location of Indian reservations in the region, and data are presented in more detail,
by state, in Appendix D.
Figure 2: LOCATION OF INDIAN RESERVATIONS
KY
NC
TN
SC
MS
AL
GA
FL
Source: Bureau of Indian Affairs
3.1 FEMALE POPULATION IN REGION IV BY RACE/ETHNICITY AND AGE
Table 4 displays the total female population of the eight states in the region as well as the
number and percent of females by race and of Hispanic origin. The table also presents the
regional totals for each race and the comparable national values. As noted, these data (and the
data throughout this chapter) are from the 2000 Census. Because the detail provided by the
Census Bureau is more extensive than provided by most state and national sources, subsequent
chapters employ Census 'bridge' populations in the calculation of race-specific rates. 15
Proportionally, there is a higher percentage of minority females in Region IV than there are in
the nation as a whole. Their representation varies within and among the eight states, although
the majority of counties with 27.6 percent or more minority females occur in Mississippi,
15
Because many state and national data systems do not conform to the Census racial categories (e.g., two or more races), the
National Center for Health Statistics, in collaboration with the US Bureau of the Census, developed bridged race population
estimates for the year 2000 Census data. These estimates are the result of bridging the Census race groups to the four race
categories used by many data systems. These are the racial population figures used throughout this document for calculation of
rates. Refer to Appendix A for more information.
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Table 4: FEMALE POPULATION OF REGION IV BY RACE/ETHNICITY: 2000
Female Population by Race and Ethnicity
All
Females
Alabama
Florida
Kentucky
Black
Asian
Native
Hawaiian/
Pacific
Islander
Some
Other
Race
Two or
More Hispanic/
Races
Latino
2,300,596
1,618,383
619,936
11,161
17,258
16,595
663
11,494
22,364
32,710
100.0%
70.3%
26.9%
0.5%
0.8%
0.7%
0.0%
0.5%
1.0%
1.4%
6,382,195 1,214,385
25,798
8,184,663
100.0%
Georgia
White
Asian/
American Pacific
Islander
Indian
4,159,340
78.0%
146,421 142,284
4,137 228,594 187,270 1,342,606
14.8%
0.3%
1.8%
1.7%
0.1%
2.8%
2.3%
16.4%
2,684,658 1,241,597
176,943
10,085
90,233
88,322
1,911
77,222
55,545
100.0%
64.5%
29.9%
0.2%
2.2%
2.1%
0.0%
1.9%
1.3%
4.3%
2,066,401
1,864,475
151,915
4,163
16,240
15,534
706
8,499
21,109
24,430
100.0%
90.2%
7.4%
0.2%
0.8%
0.8%
0.0%
0.4%
1.0%
1.2%
Mississippi 1,471,104
890,155
549,440
5,915
10,241
9,907
334
5,169
10,184
16,697
100.0%
60.5%
37.3%
0.4%
0.7%
0.7%
0.0%
0.4%
0.7%
1.1%
N Carolina 4,106,618 2,951,945
921,278
50,476
60,586
58,783
1,803
72,085
50,248
152,341
100.0%
71.9%
22.4%
1.2%
1.5%
1.4%
0.0%
1.8%
1.2%
3.7%
2,063,083
1,371,361
630,374
6,786
19,823
19,073
750
14,835
19,904
38,339
100.0%
66.5%
30.6%
0.3%
1.0%
0.9%
0.0%
0.7%
1.0%
1.9%
2,919,008
2,334,309
494,226
7,238
30,584
29,556
1,028
21,434
31,217
50,527
100.0%
80.0%
16.9%
0.2%
1.0%
1.0%
0.0%
0.7%
1.1%
1.7%
Region IV 27,270,813 20,097,481 5,823,151
121,622
S Carolina
Tennessee
100.0%
US Total
21.4%
0.4%
143,368,343 107,687,432 18,193,005
1,241,974
100.0%
73.7%
75.1%
12.7%
391,386 380,054
1.4%
1.4%
5,490,463 5,294,257
0.9%
3.8%
3.7%
11,332 439,332 397,841 1,834,593
0.0%
1.6%
1.5%
6.7%
196,206 7,349,859 3,405,610 17,144,023
0.1%
5.1%
2.4%
12.0%
Region IV
as Pct of
US Pop
19.0%
18.7%
32.0%
9.8%
7.1%
7.2%
5.8%
6.0% 11.7%
10.7%
Source: US Bureau of the Census, Census 2000
Females of Hispanic/Latino origin may be of any race
The Asian/Pacific Islander category is the sum of the Asian and the Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander categories.
Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina, and North Carolina. The following are a few other
noteworthy findings:
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•
Region IV represents 19 percent of the total and female populations of the US, but
disproportionately fewer minorities in every racial category except blacks – having 10.7
percent of Hispanic/Latino females, 9.8 percent of American Indian females, 7.2 percent
of Asian females, and 5.8 percent of Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander females, but
32.0 percent of black females in the nation;
as a result, in Georgia, Mississippi and South Carolina black females constitute more than
29 percent of the female population; Hispanic/Latino females represent only 6.7 percent
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of the region’s female population while comprising 12 percent of the national female
population;
Asian/Pacific Islander females are represented in the region at roughly one third of the
national percentage, and American Indian females are represented in the region at
roughly one-half of the national percentage;
nearly 75 percent of the region’s Hispanic/Latino female population is located in Florida;
the Hispanic/Latino female population in the remainder of the states in the region is
between 1 and 4 percent of all females while in Florida it is 16.4 percent;
black females in Kentucky make up only 7.4 percent of all females in the state, while in
other states in the region they represent from 14.8 to 37.3 percent;
over 95 percent of the region’s female population is either white or black;
over 41 percent of American Indian females in the region live in North Carolina, but they
represent only 1.2 percent of the total female population for the state; and
the Asian/Pacific Islander female population represents 3.8 percent of females nationally
but only 1.4 percent regionally.
Table 5 describes the age distribution of females in Region IV and Figure 3 presents the
percentage of each race that falls into each age cohort. Both perspectives offer important
information for health planners seeking to identify problems and target audiences for age and
culturally sensitive communications. Appendix B presents the same information by race and
ethnicity. The 65-plus age category has been subdivided to facilitate examination of both the
“young” and “old” elderly female population as each poses different health issues.
None of the differences in the distribution of females by age group between Region IV as a
whole and the national averages is substantial. The most notable difference among the states is
the high percentage of elderly females in Florida (19.5 percent compared to 14.4 percent
nationally), which is also by far the most populous state in the region and is therefore more
affected by health issues of the elderly.
As indicated in Figure 3, there are substantial differences in the distribution of females by race
and ethnicity within age groups. In general, minority females are concentrated in the younger age
cohorts. White women are much more heavily represented in the 65-plus age group.
3.2 RURAL STATUS
Region IV states exhibit substantial differences in both population density and rural/urban
distributions. Rural and urban areas typically have different demographic make-ups and different
health issues. Population density is defined as the total population per square mile.
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Table 5: FEMALE POPULATION BY AGE: 2000
<15
Alabama
2,300,596
454,120
100%
19.7%
7.0%
Florida
8,184,663 1,479,035
100%
18.1%
492,593
6.0%
Georgia
4,159,340
100%
888,803
21.4%
286,463
6.9%
285,733 1,325,714
6.9%
31.9%
898,583
21.6%
408,575
9.8%
65,469
1.6%
Kentucky
2,066,401
100%
401,019
19.4%
141,027
6.8%
139,149
6.7%
607,970
29.4%
476,424
23.1%
258,257
12.5%
42,555
2.1%
Mississippi
1,471,104
100%
313,398
21.3%
114,460
7.8%
106,154
7.2%
414,268
28.2%
315,191
21.4%
176,521
12.0%
31,112
2.1%
N Carolina
4,106,618
807,425
262,107
274,090 1,246,569
936,390
501,944
78,093
100%
19.7%
6.4%
6.7%
30.4%
22.8%
12.2%
1.9%
S Carolina
2,063,083
410,516
144,584
138,481
601,252
479,651
251,466
37,133
100%
19.9%
7.0%
6.7%
29.1%
23.2%
12.2%
1.8%
2,919,008
100%
567,463
19.4%
192,626
6.6%
191,603
6.6%
866,449
29.7%
679,438
23.3%
361,807
12.4%
59,622
2.0%
27,270,813 5,321,779 1,794,025 1,743,402 7,996,247 6,203,544 3,629,386
100%
19.5%
6.6%
6.4%
29.3%
22.7%
13.3%
582,430
2.1%
Tennessee
Region IV
US Total
15 - 19
Female Population
20 – 24 25 – 44
Total
160,165
45 – 64
65 - 84
85+
155,060
655,656
527,283
298,993
49,319
6.7%
28.5%
22.9%
13.0%
2.1%
453,132 2,278,369 1,890,584 1,371,823
5.5%
27.8%
23.1%
16.8%
219,127
2.7%
143,368,343 29,399,168 9,828,886 9,276,187 42,471,924 31,810,050 17,569,539 3,012,589
100%
20.5%
6.9%
6.5%
29.6%
22.2%
12.3%
2.1%
Source: US Bureau of the Census, Census 2000
Refer to Appendix B.1 for female population by race and age detail.
The population density of each individual state as well as the region and the nation as a whole
are shown in Table 6. Population density in Region IV is approximately 80 percent higher than
the US average, though Mississippi’s population density is well below the national rate. Only
one county in the region, Issaquena, MS, earns the designation frontier. A county falls under this
designation if its population density is less than or equal to six people per square mile. 16 Nearly
60 percent of the Region IV counties have a population density less than that of the region as a
whole, which is raised by a few large cities, most notably Atlanta, Miami, Jacksonville,
Memphis, Nashville, and Charlotte.
Another indicator of population distribution is the rural/urban continuum code. This code
describes the metropolitan nature of an area, designating counties as metropolitan counties
(codes 0 through 3), non-metropolitan counties considered to be urban (codes 4 through 7), and
non-metropolitan counties considered to be totally rural (codes 8 and 9). Metropolitan counties
16
This definition was established by the DHHS Office of Rural Health Policy in the report Definition of rural: a handbook for
health policy makers and researchers, July 1998.
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Figure 3: FEMALES BY AGE GROUPS AND RACE/ETHNICITY IN REGION IV: 2000
45%
40%
35%
30%
25%
20%
15%
10%
5%
0%
< 15
White
Black
15 - 19
American Indian
20 - 24
Asian
25 - 44
Nat Hawaiian/PI
45 - 64
Other
Two or More
65+
+
Hisp/Latino
Source: US Bureau of the Census: Census 2000 Females of Hispanic/Latino origin may be of any race.
The chart presents the age distribution by race. For example, 17.4 percent of the white female population in the region is under the
age of 15 while 24 percent of the Hispanic female population in the region is under the age of 15. Refer to Appendix B.1 for specific
age race distributions.
Table 6: POPULATION DENSITY AND PERCENT URBAN POPULATION: 2000
2000 Population
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
N Carolina
S Carolina
Tennessee
Population
Density
87.6
296.3
141.3
101.7
60.6
165.2
133.2
138.0
Percent Urban
Population
55.4
89.3
71.7
55.7
48.8
60.2
60.5
63.6
Region IV
144.2
69.7
US Total
79.6
79.0
Source: US Bureau of the Census, Census 2000 Geographic Comparison
Table GCT-PH1: Population, Housing Units, Area and Density: 2000
Population is defined as the number of persons per square mile.
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are counties with more than 250,000 persons, urban counties have more than 2,500 but less than
250,000 persons, and rural counties have fewer than 2,500 persons. 17
Figure 4 presents a comparison of population density and rural/urban continuum code
designations. The map on the top of the page shows the population density and the map on the
bottom shows the rural/urban continuum codes. The previously mentioned cities are easy to
distinguish on the population density map as they tend to be surrounded by density areas that
exceed the regional average. Because the demographics and health issues can be so different in
these areas, county data in Appendix C present metropolitan as well frontier status to permit
comparison with similar groups of counties.
3.3 EDUCATION
Educational attainment is another demographic factor affecting access to care, health status and
the rate at which females participate in prevention-oriented health activities. Table 7 displays the
percent of the total population over 25, by sex, who have completed high school and who have a
Bachelor’s degree or higher.
Table 7: EDUCATION BY GENDER (FOR POPULATION AGE 25 AND OVER): 2000
Percent Completing
High School
Female
Male
Percent Obtaining Bachelor's
Degree or Higher
Female
Male
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
N Carolina
S Carolina
Tennessee
75.4
80.3
79.0
75.0
73.7
79.1
76.9
76.3
75.1
79.4
78.1
73.1
71.9
77.0
75.7
75.5
17.9
20.2
23.0
16.4
16.6
21.8
19.4
18.3
20.3
24.7
25.7
18.0
17.3
23.2
21.6
20.9
Region IV
78.1
77.0
19.9
22.8
US Total
80.7
80.1
22.8
26.1
Region:US
0.97
0.96
0.87
0.87
Source: US Bureau of the Census, Census 2000
Region:US is defined as the regional value divided by the US value
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1995 Rural-Urban Continuum Codes for Metro and Nonmetro Counties, Department of Agriculture. See Appendix A for a
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Figure 4: MAPS OF POPULATION DENSITY AND RURAL/URBAN DESIGNATIONS IN REGION IV
Population Density
KY
(
!
Nashville-Davidson
TN
(
!
(
!
Memphis
SC
Atlanta
(
!
GA
AL
MS
NC
Charlotte
(
!
Jacksonville
FL
Frontier
6.1 - 79.5
79.6 - 144.2
144.3 +
(
!
Miami
Source: US Bureau of the Census, Census 2000
(Region: 144.2 ppsm, Nation: 79.6 ppsm)
Frontier counties are defined as 6 or fewer persons per square mile, based
on 2000 population data and Land Area data
Rural/Urban
Continuum Code
KY
TN
Memphis
MS
NC
Nashville
AL
Charlotte
SC
Atlanta
GA
Jacksonville
Rural
Urban
Metro
FL
Miami
Source: US Department of Agriculture, Rural-Urban Continuum
Codes for Metro and Nonmetro Counties
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Region IV has a lower percentage of high school graduates than the national average and the gap
widens slightly at the college graduate level. And, while women complete high school at a
slightly higher rate than men, a higher percentage of males attain Bachelor’s or more advanced
degrees. Again, differences among the states are greater than between the region and national
averages. For example, the difference between males and females is greatest for Florida college
graduates, and both males and females in Georgia are more likely to obtain Bachelor’s degrees or
higher than in the other six states. Florida has the highest percentage of males and females
completing high school, while Mississippi has the lowest percent.
3.4 FOREIGN BORN POPULATION/LINGUISTIC ISOLATION
Areas with a high percentage of immigrants may require special considerations in
communications concerning access, prevention, and other activities that could influence health
status. In general, persons who do not speak English well may be linguistically isolated, 18 may
have greater difficulty obtaining employment, and are less likely to have health insurance.
As shown in Table 8, the percentage of Region IV’s population that is foreign born is just over
two-thirds that of the national average. Only in Florida is the percent of foreign-born population
above the national average, while the other states in the region are substantially lower than the
Table 8: FOREIGN BORN POPULATION: 2000
Foreign Born Population by Place of Birth
Total
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
N Carolina
S Carolina
Tennessee
Region IV
US Total
Percent
Eastern Central South
Central South
Caribbean
All Other
Asia
Asia East Asia
America America
87,772
2.0
9,840
6,209
7,875
3,770
28,778
3,026
28,274
2,670,828
16.7
54,521
53,827
90,396
1,105,079
430,822
407,880
528,303
577,273
7.1
47,531
42,722
47,790
39,100
228,992
32,265
138,873
80,271
2.0
10,699
7,059
6,763
4,053
19,031
2,543
30,123
39,908
1.4
3,844
3,311
6,541
1,535
11,454
1,593
11,630
430,000
5.3
27,553
22,981
35,251
13,836
208,735
17,282
104,362
115,978
2.9
9,715
6,570
11,153
3,937
38,651
7,020
38,932
159,004
2.8
15,942
11,342
16,804
4,850
53,580
5,054
51,432
4,161,034
7.8
179,645
154,021
222,573
1,176,160
1,020,043
476,663
931,929
11.1 2,739,510 1,745,201
3,044,288
2,953,066 11,203,637
1,930,271
7,491,916
31,107,889
Source: US Bureau of the Census, Census 2000
Percent - Percent of total population
All Other includes all of Europe, Africa, and Oceania (i.e. the Pacific islands, including Australia) as well as Western Asia (typically
called the Middle East).
national value. Because Florida accounts for 30 percent of the Region IV total population and 64
percent of the foreign-born population, it is the dominant influence on the regional average.
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Linguistically isolated is defined as a household in which all members 14 years and older speak a non-English language and
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The selected places of birth shown in Table 8 account for the majority of the foreign born
population within the Region IV states. Residents born in the Caribbean and Central America
account for over half of the total foreign born population in the area. Florida accounts for
roughly one third of the region’s total population and nearly two thirds of the foreign born
population and therefore has a large effect on the regional value – 94 percent of the region’s
Caribbean born population and 86 percent of the region’s South American born population
resides in Florida, for example. Also, Florida is the home to nearly 40 percent of all Caribbean
born people residing in the entire United States.
The potential for linguistic isolation parallels foreign birth. The rate of linguistic isolation
(linguistically isolated households to total households) in Region IV, shown in Table 9, is just
over two thirds that of the national average, consistent with the percentage of foreign-born
population in the region.
Table 9: LINGUISTICALLY ISOLATED HOUSEHOLDS: 2000
Linguistically Isolated
Households
Total
Percent
Percent Percent Other
Percent
Spanish Indo-European Asian/Pac Isl
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
N Carolina
S Carolina
Tennessee
1,737,385
6,341,121
3,007,678
1,591,739
1,047,555
3,133,282
1,534,334
2,234,229
12,374
372,259
71,104
11,704
5,786
60,839
15,889
21,692
0.7
5.9
2.4
0.7
0.6
1.9
1.0
1.0
13.9
28.1
24.5
12.9
9.4
25.8
16.0
16.0
6.6
17.2
10.8
9.1
5.6
8.9
7.4
8.5
21.2
22.8
29.8
27.0
20.1
25.8
24.1
25.6
Region IV
20,627,323
571,647
2.8
25.2
13.4
25.1
105,539,122 4,361,638
4.1
23.9
15.5
29.2
US Total
Source: US Bureau of the Census, Census 2000
Linguistically isolated is defined as a household in which all members 14 years and older speak a non-English language and have
difficulty with English (speak English less than “Very well”).
Percent Spanish, Other Indo-European, and Asian/Other Pacific Islander linguistically isolated is calculated as a percent of the
respective households; e.g., Percent Spanish linguistically isolated is calculated using the total number of Spanish households as the
denominator.
3.5 EMPLOYMENT AND INCOME
Because most access to health insurance is linked to employment, it is another factor that
influences access to care and thus health status. Table 10 presents the percent of women and
men 16 years and older in the civilian labor force unemployed in 2000. The basis for the table is
persons in the labor force, meaning that one must either be working or looking for work. Those
who have never worked, or who are no longer looking, are excluded, and these may include the
chronically ill and disabled. While the labor force based figures may underestimate the reservoir
of people whose lack of income or employment-associated insurance abridges their access to
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Table 10: EMPLOYMENT STATUS BY GENDER: 1999
Percent Unemployed
Male
Female
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
N Carolina
S Carolina
Tennessee
7.0
5.9
6.1
5.8
8.0
5.8
6.4
5.9
5.5
5.2
5.0
5.7
6.8
4.9
5.3
5.1
Ratio Females to
Males SelfEmployed in
Incorporated
Business
0.35
0.38
0.38
0.36
0.37
0.38
0.35
0.37
Region IV
6.1
5.3
0.37
US Total
5.8
5.7
0.37
Region:US
1.05
0.93
1.00
Source: US Bureau of the Census, Census 2000
Population 16 years of age and older in civilian labor force.
health care, they are nevertheless valid measures. The rates of employment indicated here are
slightly higher for women and slightly lower for men in the region than in the nation, on average.
Table 11 shows the median income for the total working population, males, and females. With
the exception of Georgia, the median earnings for the states in the region are lower than the
national average. For the female population, only Georgia is above the national average.
Georgia had the highest median income in the region for total, male, and female populations.
Table 11: MEDIAN EARNINGS BY GENDER: 1999
Median Earnings (Dollars)
Total
Male
Female
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
N Carolina
S Carolina
Tennessee
21,188
22,050
24,111
20,951
19,715
22,276
21,571
21,700
26,880
26,297
29,053
26,288
24,709
26,812
26,593
26,622
16,182
18,526
19,649
16,163
15,297
18,619
17,316
17,318
US Total
23,755
29,458
18,957
Source: US Bureau of the Census, Census 2000
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3.6 POVERTY AND PUBLIC ASSISTANCE
Table 12 shows that the percent of female population below the poverty level is substantially
higher than the national average in three states in the region—Alabama, Kentucky and
Mississippi. This is also true for the male population in Mississippi. None of the Region IV
states is below the national average for either female or males.
Table 12: POVERTY STATUS BY GENDER: 1999
Males
below Poverty
Level
295,110
852,536
445,214
273,576
231,930
409,162
230,546
320,215
Percent
Males below
Poverty Level
14.2
11.3
11.5
14.3
17.6
10.8
12.3
11.9
Females
below Poverty
Level
402,987
1,100,093
588,579
347,520
316,149
549,505
317,323
426,574
Percent
Females below
Poverty Level
17.9
13.7
14.4
17.2
22.1
13.7
15.8
14.9
Region IV
3,058,289
12.2
4,048,730
15.2
US Total
14,925,062
11.2
18,974,750
13.5
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
N Carolina
S Carolina
Tennessee
Source: US Bureau of the Census, Census 2000
Census Bureau uses the federal government’s official poverty definition
Consistent with the national pattern, the percent of females below the poverty level is higher in
each of the Region IV states than it is for the male population in the respective state. Poverty is
more prevalent in female-headed households having children. Differences are even greater in the
minority populations, as indicated in Table 13, which shows the percent of female householders
with children under 18 years old, below the poverty level, by race and ethnicity.
Disparities by race and ethnicity are evident, with all minority racial categories except Asian
being much higher than white. It is useful when considering the data in Table 13 to refer back to
Table 4, which describes the number of females in each state by race/ethnicity, to obtain a sense
of proportion. For example, Black/African Americans are the most numerous minority
population within Region IV, almost 6 million people, with more than 40 percent concentrated in
Florida and Georgia. On average in the region, some 44.7 percent of Black/African American
female-headed households live in poverty, representing a large number of individuals. The least
populous minority group in the region is Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander which totals only
11,332 individuals; as a consequence of the small number of these female-headed households in
some states, the US Bureau of Census estimates of percent in poverty tend to be more variable,
ranging here from 0 percent in Kentucky and Mississippi to 60.5 percent in North Carolina.
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Table 13: FEMALE HOUSEHOLDERS BY RACE/ETHNICITY WITH CHILDREN UNDER 18, BELOW
POVERTY: 1999
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
N Carolina
S Carolina
Tennessee
Percent Female Householders with Children Under 18, below Poverty
American
Native
Some Two or
Hispanic/
Indian/
Hawaiian/
White Black
Asian
Other More
Alaskan
Other Pacific
Latino
Race Races
Native
Islander
32.8 52.3
51.8 26.7
34.6 55.2
41.1
51.3
25.6 42.7
37.3 26.6
40.2 39.4
39.6
35.7
25.0 40.9
48.0 25.9
23.5 45.1
37.2
43.5
41.1 48.2
54.7 41.1
0.0 37.2
45.0
41.9
31.9 54.6
59.1 40.4
0.0 45.9
49.9
44.9
26.0 40.7
43.0 26.3
60.5 46.7
38.2
45.0
25.8 44.5
41.7 22.0
40.0 42.6
43.3
41.0
33.0 43.4
38.0 37.2
24.2 41.6
38.7
39.9
Region IV
29.1
44.7
43.9
27.8
37.1
41.6
39.9
37.5
US
27.8
41.8
45.7
27.9
37.1
46.6
39.4
44.5
Source: US Bureau of the Census, Census 2000
Females of Hispanic/Latino origin may be of any race.
Table 14 shows the percent of households receiving Supplemental Security Income and Public
Assistance Income and the amount received per household. Supplemental Security Income is a
Table 14: SUPPLEMENTAL SECURITY INCOME AND PUBLIC ASSISTANCE INCOME RECEIVED:
1999
Supplemental Security Income Public Assistance Income
SSI per
PAI per
Percent of
Percent of Household
Household
Households
Households
(Dollars)
(Dollars)
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
N Carolina
S Carolina
Tennessee
6.0
4.2
4.5
7.2
7.6
4.2
4.7
5.2
5,686
6,295
5,889
5,809
5,671
5,747
5,726
5,823
2.2
2.8
2.9
3.8
3.5
2.8
2.5
3.5
2,108
2,449
2,261
2,174
1,919
2,276
2,145
1,984
Region IV
4.9
5,911
2.9
2,236
US Total
4.4
6,320
3.4
3,032
Source: US Bureau of the Census, Census 2000
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benefit administered by the Social Security Administration in order to assist those who are aged,
blind, or disabled and have little or no income. Public Assistance Income covers other forms of
public assistance, such as aid to families with dependent children and general assistance. These
programs support more women than men (for example, 62 percent of adults receiving SSI
payments in 2000 were women). A greater percentage of households in Region IV received
Supplemental Security Income and a smaller percentage received Public Assistance Income than
in the nation as a whole, and on average all states in the region receive lower household
payments than the national value.
3.7 HOUSEHOLD COMPOSITION
Table 15 presents the percent of female-headed families, and the percent of households with
same sex partners. The percentage of both female-headed families and the percent of same sex
partner households are similar in the region and the nation.
Table 15: FEMALE-HEADED FAMILIES AND SAME SEX PARTNER HOUSEHOLDS: 2000
Families
Unmarried Male
Unmarried Female
Householder – Male Partner Householder – Female Partner
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
N Carolina
S Carolina
Tennessee
1,215,968
4,210,760
2,111,647
1,104,398
747,159
2,158,869
1,072,822
1,547,835
Pct
Female
Headed
20.3
18.0
20.6
17.0
24.2
18.1
21.2
18.6
Region IV
14,169,458
19.2
64,949
0.3
61,986
0.3
US Total
71,787,347
18.0
332,645
0.3
326,066
0.3
Total
Number
Percent of
Households
Number
Percent of
Households
4,561
25,067
11,127
3,404
2,342
8,843
3,978
5,627
0.3
0.4
0.4
0.2
0.2
0.3
0.3
0.3
4,167
20,389
10,073
4,244
2,827
9,557
4,806
5,923
0.2
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.3
Source: US Bureau of the Census, Census 2000
Female heads of families and percentage of women divorced are presented by county in Figure 5.
As might be expected, the percentage of divorced females is greater in the metropolitan counties.
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Figure 5: PERCENT OF FAMILIES HEADED BY WOMEN AND PERCENT OF WOMEN DIVORCED:
2000
Percent of Families
Headed by Females
KY
(
!
Memphis
Nashville-Davidson
TN
(
!
(
!
NC
Charlotte
Atlanta
SC
(
!
GA
AL
MS
(
!
Jacksonville
FL
0 - 16.1%
16.2% - 19.8%
19.9% +
Miami
(
!
(Region 19.2%, Nation 18.0%)
Percent of
Females Divorced
KY
(
!
(
!
Nashville-Davidson
Memphis TN
CharlotteNC
(
!
(
!
MS
AL
Atlanta
SC
GA
Jacksonville
(
!
FL
0 - 9.6%
9.7% - 11.8%
11.9% +
(
!
Miami
Source: US Census Bureau, Census 2000
(Region 11.5%, Nation 10.8%)
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3.8 INCARCERATED WOMEN
Nationally, over 90,000 women were incarcerated in either state or federal prisons in 2000.
Among the many noteworthy characteristics of this population is the almost identical number of
black and white inmates, yielding a black-to-white incarceration rate difference of almost six-toone due to the much larger white population. Further, in 2000, over a third of all female
prisoners were held in Texas (13,622) and California (11,161) state prisons, and in the Federal
penal system (10,245). The Department of Justice reports that from 1995 to 2001 the female
prisoner population has grown at an annual average rate of at least 10 percent in 13 states; in
Region IV, Mississippi and Tennessee had average annual rates of 14.9 percent. North
Carolina’s rate of change (2.4 percent) was the lowest in the region.
Table 16 shows the number of women incarcerated in state penal institutions in Region IV states,
along with the change between 2000 and 2001. The incarceration rate is based upon the number
of female prisoners with sentences of more than one year. State and U.S. total percent change
figures were down for the period, while in the region all but Alabama had rates that increased for
the period. Mississippi’s 2001 rate of incarceration was essentially double the national rate.
Nationally, the three-year recidivism rate for women is 10 percentage points less than for males
(58 versus 68 percent). 19
Table 16: INCARCERATED FEMALES: 2000 & 2001
Female Inmates
Percent
2001
Change
1,783
-2.4
4,281
4.3
2,834
2.8
1,138
7.3
1,823
9.2
2,015
5.9
1,509
6.3
1,468
7.2
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
N Carolina
S Carolina
Tennessee
2000
1,826
4,105
2,758
1,061
1,669
1,903
1,420
1,369
Region IV
16,111
16,851
4.6
State Prisons
82,989
82,058
-1.1
US Total
93,234
93,031
-0.2
2001 Incarceration Rate
(per 100,000 females)
74
50
66
52
113
35
65
50
58
Source: Bureau of Justice Statistics Bulletin: Prisoners in 2001, July 2002, NCJ 195189
http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/bjs/pub/pdf/p01.pdf
Incarceration Rate is number of female prisoners with sentences of more than 1 year per 100,000 US residents.
State Prisons and US Total differ by approximately 10,000 female inmates in federal penal institutions.
19
Lanagan PA, Levin DJ, Recidivism of prisoners released in 1994, Bureau of Justice Statistics, June 2002.
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4.0 MORTALITY IN REGION IV
Heart disease, cancer (malignant neoplasms) and stroke (cerebrovascular disease) are the three
leading causes of death for women. More women die each year from strokes (61.4 percent of all
stroke deaths in 2000) and from influenza and pneumonia than men (56.1 percent of these deaths
in 2000 were women), because most of these deaths occur among the elderly and females on
average live six years longer than males. In 2000, Alzheimer’s disease became the seventh
leading cause of death for women, and nearly 71 percent of deaths due to Alzheimer’s disease
were to women. 20
The death rate per 100,000 females for the eight-state Region IV average is higher than the
national average. Both unadjusted, or crude death rates, and age-adjusted total death rates for
females (that is, for women of all ages and races) are 8 and 4 percent higher than the national
average, respectively. 21 The age-adjusted heart disease death rate for the region is 4 percent
higher than the national rate, stroke and Alzheimer’s death rates are 7 percent higher and
unintentional injuries is 20 percent higher, while rates for cancer, chronic lower respiratory
diseases (CLRD), diabetes and pneumonia/influenza are all within 1 percent of the national rate
for females.
Figure 6 displays the three-year average age-adjusted death rate for females in each county in the
region. While many of the high rates shown on the map may result from small numbers of
Figure 6: FEMALE AGE-ADJUSTED DEATH RATES (ALL CAUSES) IN REGION IV: 1998-2000
20
Bonsignore M, Heun R. Mortality in Alzheimer’s disease. Dementia and Geriatric Cognitive Disorders. 2003; 15(4):231-6.
Crude death rates are the deaths/100,000 population; age-adjusted death rates account for the population distribution, by age, in
an area.
21
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occurrences in low-population counties, it is noteworthy that the overall age-adjusted regional
rate is 4 percent higher than the national figure. With regard to the map, metropolitan counties
have lower death rates when compared to non-metropolitan urban or rural counties in Region IV.
For example, Gwinnett, Georgia (Atlanta) has a rate of 697.6 deaths per 100,000 females,
Williamson, Tennessee (Nashville) has a rate of 661, and Dade, Florida (Miami) has a rate of
646.6, each of which is significantly below the regional and national averages. Alternatively,
Lafayette, FL, a rural county, has a rate of 813.4 deaths per 100,000 females.
Figure 7 summarizes the age-adjusted differences between the Region IV average and the
national average, by cause of death. As noted, the CLRD, heart disease, all causes, stroke, and
Alzheimer's disease death rates are higher for females in Region IV than the national averages
and pneumonia/influenza, cancer and diabetes death rates are lower.
Figure 7: COMPARISON OF FEMALE AGE-ADJUSTED DEATH RATES IN REGION IV TO US
AVERAGES: 2000
-1.4%
Pneum/Influ
-1.4%
Cancer
-0.4% Diabetes
0.5%
4.3%
Heart Disease
All Causes
4.3%
Stroke
7.1%
Region IV Better
7.
0%
6.
0%
5.
0%
4.
0%
3.
0%
2.
0%
7.3%
1.
0%
0.
0%
-1
.0
%
-2
.0
%
Alzheimer's
8.
0%
CLRD
Region IV Worse
Sources: Deaths - NCHS, 2000 NVSS Mortality; Population - US Bureau of the Census, Census 2000
Pneumonia includes influenza and pneumonia, CLRD is chronic lower respiratory disease
Note: All values except pneumonia/influenza and diabetes are significant at the 0.05 level of confidence.
4.1 FEMALE MORTALITY
Data are presented for both crude and age-adjusted rates in this chapter. Crude rates are helpful
in determining the service needs for a given population; however, the rates are influenced by the
underlying age distribution of the state's population. 22 The crude rates reflect the actual death
rate for a particular population of an area. In general, age adjustment reduces the range of
variation between states and facilitates comparisons among areas. Even with age adjustment,
however, differences may be random when relatively small numbers of deaths occur within a
specific disease category, especially for the least populous minority racial groups.
22
US Cancer Statistics Working Group. US Cancer Statistics: 2000 Incidence. Atlanta (GA): Department of Health and Human
Services, CDC and NCI; 2004
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Table 17 displays the number of female deaths in each state, the region and the entire nation for
the leading causes of female deaths in the region. The rankings of the first four causes of death
are identical between the region and nation. Pneumonia/Influenza is the eighth leading cause in
the region but sixth for the nation.
Table 17: FEMALE DEATHS FOR THE LEADING CAUSES: 2000
CLRD
Uninten
-tional
Injuries
Diabetes
Alzheimer's
Pneumonia/
Influenza
1,968
6,092
2,832
1,619
1,233
3,584
1,768
2,645
931
4,480
1,496
1,100
569
1,765
773
1,374
720
2,050
1,096
611
561
1,179
654
964
788
2,135
809
607
411
1,169
680
883
647
2,260
919
620
307
1,297
632
725
657
1,767
1,004
663
462
1,160
404
985
52,692
21,741
12,488
7,835
7,482
7,407
7,102
267,009
102,892
62,005
34,083
37,699
35,120
36,655
All
Causes
Heart
Disease
Cancer
Stroke
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
N Carolina
S Carolina
Tennessee
22,709
80,309
32,389
20,058
14,498
36,579
18,237
27,973
6,940
25,058
8,910
6,196
4,919
10,057
4,885
8,319
4,425
18,061
6,468
4,238
2,752
7,305
3,725
5,718
Region IV
252,752
75,284
US Total
1,225,773
365,953
Source: NCHS, 2000 NVSS Mortality
CLRD: Chronic Lower Respiratory Diseases
4.1.1 Unadjusted Death Rates for All Females
Table 18 presents the crude (unadjusted) death rates for each of the leading causes of death. 23
Differences among the states are far greater than between the regional and national averages.
More detailed data are provided in Appendix B.
4.1.2 Age-Adjusted Death Rates for All Females
In order to account for differing age distributions in various geographic areas, age-adjusted rather
than crude death rates are more appropriate for comparative purposes. The overall effect of age
adjustment for the Region IV states is to reduce the variation in death rates among states and
between the region average and the national average which is attributable to age differences.
Rates have been age-adjusted to the 2000 population standard and are consistent with the
standard used for Healthy People 2010 objectives. 24 The overall age-adjusted death rate for
females across the US, shown in Table 19, is 731.3 per 100,000 females and the comparable
value for Region IV is 763.1, or 4 percent higher.
23
Unadjusted death rate for each cause is the number of female deaths from the cause per 100,000 females in the jurisdiction.
Age-adjustment, the population distributions for different years, and the rationale for selecting a year 2000 population basis are
discussed in Appendix A.
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Table 18: FEMALE DEATH RATES (UNADJUSTED) FOR THE LEADING CAUSES OF DEATH: 2000
All
Causes
Heart
Disease
Cancer
Stroke
CLRD
Unintentional
Injuries
Diabetes
Alzheimer's
Pneumonia/
Influenza
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
N Carolina
S Carolina
Tennessee
987.1
981.2
778.7
970.7
985.5
890.7
884.0
958.3
301.7
306.2
214.2
299.8
334.4
244.9
236.8
285.0
192.3
220.7
155.5
205.1
187.1
177.9
180.6
195.9
85.5
74.4
68.1
78.3
83.8
87.3
85.7
90.6
40.5
54.7
36.0
53.2
38.7
43.0
37.5
47.1
31.3
25.0
26.4
29.6
38.1
28.7
31.7
33.0
34.3
26.1
19.5
29.4
27.9
28.5
33.0
30.3
28.1
27.6
22.1
30.0
20.9
31.6
30.6
24.8
28.6
21.6
24.1
32.1
31.4
28.2
19.6
33.7
Region IV
926.8
276.1
193.2
79.7
45.8
28.7
27.4
27.2
26.0
US Total
855.0
255.3
186.2
71.8
43.2
23.8
26.3
24.5
25.6
Region:US
1.08
1.08
1.04
1.11
1.06
1.21
1.04
1.11
1.02
Sources:
Deaths -- NCHS, 2000 NVSS Mortality;
Population – US Bureau of the Census, Census 2000
CLRD: Chronic Lower Respiratory Diseases
Rates per 100,000 females.
Age-adjusted death rates per 100,000 females in Florida for each cause except CLRD are lower,
sometimes by as much as 20 percent or more, than other state rates as well as the regional and
national averages. For example, the age-adjusted death rate for heart disease in Florida is 32
percent lower than Mississippi’s rate, 12 percent below the regional average and 8 percent below
the national average. Many state rates are above the region and nation. For cancer the ageadjusted rate for Kentucky is 10 percent above the regional average and 9 percent above the
national averages. Diabetes in South Carolina is 30 percent higher than the regional and national
figure. While diabetes alone accounts for about three percent of deaths regionally and nationally,
diabetes has been found to be a significant independent risk factor for the occurrence of stroke 25
and heart disease.
Healthy People 2010 sets several goals for reduced death rates. These include reducing the rate
of deaths from cancer to no more than 159.9 per 100,000 population, the stroke rate to 48 per
100,000 and the unintentional injuries rate to 17.5 per 100,000. Florida meets both the cancer
and stroke objectives, but no states in the region meet the unintentional injuries objective.
Comparisons of single year and three-year average age-adjusted female death rates to Healthy
People 2010 goals are provided in Appendix B.3. Additional comparisons between male and
female death counts and rates are provided in Appendix B.2.
25
Cohen JA, Estacio RO, Lundgren RA, Esler AL, Schrier RW. Diabetic autonomic neuropathy is associated with an increased
incidence of strokes. Auton Neurosci. 2003 Oct 31;108(1-2):73-78
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Table 19: AGE-ADJUSTED FEMALE DEATH RATES FOR LEADING CAUSES: 2000
All
Causes
Heart
Disease
Cancer
Stroke
CLRD
Unintentional
Injuries
Diabetes
Alzheimer's
Pneumonia/
Influenza
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
N Carolina
S Carolina
Tennessee
823.8
666.7
822.9
829.4
869.4
792.9
803.8
826.3
244.6
194.3
226.3
250.1
284.9
214.1
212.6
240.0
166.5
158.2
167.1
182.2
173.7
162.4
166.0
174.5
69.0
47.5
72.0
64.7
72.0
75.8
76.6
75.4
33.9
35.8
39.1
46.0
34.4
38.4
33.9
41.0
28.9
21.7
26.9
27.5
36.1
26.9
30.4
31
28.8
18.0
20.9
25.3
25.0
25.6
30.0
26.4
21.8
16.6
23.1
24.1
16.8
26.9
26.9
20.1
22.5
13.8
25.2
26.3
26.1
24.3
17.4
27.8
Region IV
763.1
219.9
165.2
63.2
37.6
26.4
22.9
20.7
20.4
US Total
731.3
210.9
167.6
59.1
37.4
22
23.0
19.3
20.7
HP Goals
--
*
159.9
48.0
--
17.5
**
--
--
Sources: Deaths - NCHS, 2000 NVSS Mortality; Population - US Bureau of the Census, Census 2000
Age-adjusted rates/100,000 female population using year 2000 population standard
* HP 2010 sets a goal for coronary heart disease at no more than 166 deaths/100,000 population; CHD constitutes a portion of the
illnesses that comprise all heart diseases. As shown in Appendix B.3, six of the states achieve this objective.
** HP 2010 sets a goal for diabetes related deaths at 45 deaths/100,000 population; the table above presents only deaths where
diabetes was the primary cause of death. All diabetes-related deaths would be much higher.
4.2 FEMALE MORTALITY BY RACE
Females account for a disproportionate percent of deaths among those diseases where prevalence
increases with age, most notably Alzheimer’s disease, stroke, certain types of cancer, and
diabetes. There are also disparities in the rate of female deaths across the different races.
Specifically, blacks have a 60 percent higher risk of death from stroke and slightly poorer
survival from breast cancer. 2627 Likewise, while white women comprise approximately 75
percent of the female population nationally, they account for nearly 94 percent of the deaths due
to Alzheimer’s disease. It is therefore helpful to examine female mortality by racial groups even
though it is difficult to assess in some areas of the region because of the small numbers of
women in minority racial groups.
Table 20 summarizes the number of female deaths by race according to the region’s leading
causes of death. Much information is conveyed on this table including the rank order of causes
of death by race, within each state. For example, while heart disease is the leading cause of
death for women in the country, the region and in the Region IV states, it is the second leading
cause of death for Asian/Pacific Islander women in the region and the nation and fifth in
Mississippi. Additionally, while chronic lower respiratory disease is the fourth leading cause of
death in the region and the nation for all women and white women, region-wide it is the tenth
26
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O’Malley CD, Le GM, Glaser SL, Shema SJ, West DW. Socioeconomic status and breast carcinoma survival in four
racial/ethnic groups: a population-based study. Cancer. 2003 Mar 1;97(5):1303-11.
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leading cause of death for black women, the eighth leading cause for American Indian women,
and the fifth leading cause for Asian/Pacific Islander and Hispanic women.
Table 20: FEMALE DEATHS AND RANKS FROM SIX LEADING CAUSES: 2000
Leading Causes
All Females
White
Alabama
6,940 ( 1 )
5,341 ( 1 )
Florida
25,058 ( 1 )
22,746 ( 1 )
Georgia
8,910 ( 1 )
6,526 ( 1 )
Kentucky
6,196 ( 1 )
5,756 ( 1 )
4,919 ( 1 )
3,339 ( 1 )
Heart Disease Mississippi
N Carolina 10,057 ( 1 )
7,826 ( 1 )
S Carolina
4,885 ( 1 )
3,495 ( 1 )
Tennessee
8,319 ( 1 )
6,966 ( 1 )
Region IV
75,284 ( 1 )
61,995 ( 1 )
US
365,953 ( 1 ) 320,168 ( 1 )
Alabama
4,425 ( 2 )
3,438 ( 2 )
Florida
18,061 ( 2 )
16,334 ( 2 )
Georgia
6,468 ( 2 )
4,838 ( 2 )
Kentucky
4,238 ( 2 )
3,928 ( 2 )
Malignant
2,752 ( 2 )
1,924 ( 2 )
Neoplasms Mississippi
N
Carolina
7,305
(
2
)
5,821 ( 2 )
(Cancer)
S Carolina
3,725 ( 2 )
2,683 ( 2 )
Tennessee
5,718 ( 2 )
4,869 ( 2 )
Region IV
52,692 ( 2 )
43,835 ( 2 )
US
267,009 ( 2 ) 232,608 ( 2 )
Alabama
1,968 ( 3 )
1,461 ( 3 )
Florida
6,092 ( 3 )
5,411 ( 3 )
Georgia
2,832 ( 3 )
2,074 ( 3 )
Kentucky
1,619
(
3
)
1,518
( 3 )
Cerebrovascular
Mississippi
1,233 ( 3 )
843 ( 3 )
Disease
N Carolina
3,584 ( 3 )
2,830 ( 3 )
(Stroke)
S Carolina
1,768 ( 3 )
1,220 ( 3 )
Tennessee
2,645 ( 3 )
2,252 ( 3 )
Region IV
21,741 ( 3 )
17,609 ( 3 )
US
102,892 ( 3 )
89,642 ( 3 )
Alabama
931 ( 4 )
853 ( 4 )
Florida
4,480 ( 4 )
4,291 ( 4 )
Georgia
1,496 ( 4 )
1,330 ( 4 )
Kentucky
1,100 ( 4 )
1,058 ( 4 )
Chronic
Mississippi
569 ( 4 )
486 ( 4 )
Lower
Respiratory N Carolina
1,765 ( 4 )
1,611 ( 4 )
Diseases
S Carolina
773 ( 4 )
692 ( 4 )
Tennessee
1,374 ( 4 )
1,282 ( 4 )
Region IV
12,488 ( 4 ) 11,603 ( 4 )
US
62,005 ( 4 ) 58,024 ( 4 )
Alabama
720 ( 6 )
554 ( 5 )
Florida
2,050 ( 7 )
1,793 ( 6 )
Georgia
1,096 ( 5 )
830 ( 5 )
Kentucky
611 ( 7 )
571 ( 7 )
Unintentional Mississippi
561 ( 5 )
406 ( 5 )
Injuries
N Carolina
1,179 ( 6 )
926 ( 7 )
S Carolina
654 ( 6 )
477 ( 6 )
Tennessee
964 ( 6 )
819 ( 6 )
Region IV
7,835 ( 5 )
6,376 ( 6 )
US
34,083 ( 8 )
29,263 ( 8 )
Black
1,588 ( 1
2,250 ( 1
2,349 ( 1
434 ( 1
1,571 ( 1
2,151 ( 1
1,382 ( 1
1,333 ( 1
13,058 ( 1
40,783 ( 1
977 ( 2
1,643 ( 2
1,578 ( 2
298 ( 2
820 ( 2
1,409 ( 2
1,024 ( 2
831 ( 2
8,580 ( 2
29,128 ( 2
504 ( 3
658 ( 3
736 ( 3
100 ( 3
384 ( 3
729 ( 3
544 ( 3
384 ( 3
4,039 ( 3
11,195 ( 3
77 ( 10
180 ( 7
162 ( 10
40 ( 6
82 ( 10
148 ( 10
79 ( 11
87 ( 8
855 ( 10
3,369 ( 7
157 ( 7
245 ( 6
248 ( 7
37 ( 7
152 ( 6
229 ( 6
173 ( 5
140 ( 5
1,381 ( 5
3,746 ( 6
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American
Asian/Pacific
Hispanic
Indian
Islander
4 ( 2 )
7 ( 1 )
9 ( 1 )
15 ( 1 )
47 ( 2 )
2,213 ( 1 )
7 ( 2 )
28 ( 2 )
24 ( 2 )
1 ( 2 )
5 ( 2 )
19 ( 2 )
8 ( 1 )
1 ( 5 )
5 ( 1 )
70 ( 1 )
10 ( 2 )
14 ( 3 )
5 ( 1 )
3 ( 3 )
5 ( 3 )
2 ( 1 )
18 ( 1 )
12 ( 2 )
112 ( 1 )
119 ( 2 )
2,301 ( 1 )
1,076 ( 1 ) 3,926 ( 2 ) 12,253 ( 1 )
6 ( 1 )
4 ( 2 )
4 ( 2 )
10 ( 2 )
74 ( 1 )
1,304 ( 2 )
14 ( 1 )
38 ( 1 )
38 ( 1 )
4 ( 1 )
8 ( 1 )
23 ( 1 )
4 ( 4 )
4 ( 1 )
3 ( 3 )
51 ( 2 )
24 ( 1 )
18 ( 2 )
4 ( 2 )
14 ( 1 )
7 ( 2 )
2 ( 1 )
16 ( 2 )
14 ( 1 )
95 ( 2 )
182 ( 1 )
1,411 ( 2 )
917 ( 2 ) 4,356 ( 1 ) 10,022 ( 2 )
1 ( 7 )
2 ( 5 )
2 ( 5 )
3 ( 5 )
20 ( 3 )
396 ( 3 )
6 ( 4 )
16 ( 3 )
11 ( 5 )
0
1 ( 7 )
4 ( 4 )
4 ( 4 )
2 ( 3 )
3 ( 3 )
20 ( 4 )
5 ( 4 )
5 ( 5 )
0
4 ( 2 )
2 ( 6 )
1 ( 3 )
8 ( 3 )
1 ( 10 )
35 ( 3 )
58 ( 3 )
424 ( 3 )
322 ( 5 ) 1,733 ( 3 )
3,322 ( 3 )
1 ( 7 )
0
1 ( 7 )
3 ( 5 )
6 ( 5 )
241 ( 4 )
1 ( 5 )
3 ( 9 )
4 ( 9 )
0
2 ( 4 )
3 ( 6 )
1 ( 9 )
0
0
6 ( 9 )
0
1 ( 10 )
1 ( 4 )
1 ( 8 )
1 ( 9 )
0
5 ( 4 )
0
13 ( 8 )
17 ( 5 )
251 ( 5 )
201 ( 7 ) 411 ( 7 ) 1,238 ( 7 )
2 ( 3 )
7 ( 1 )
3 ( 3 )
0
12 ( 4 )
205 ( 6 )
7 ( 2 )
11 ( 4 )
20 ( 3 )
0
3 ( 3 )
4 ( 4 )
2 ( 6 )
1 ( 5 )
3 ( 3 )
16 ( 5 )
8 ( 3 )
37 ( 1 )
1 ( 4 )
3 ( 3 )
8 ( 1 )
0
5 ( 4 )
7 ( 3 )
28 ( 5 )
50 ( 4 )
287 ( 4 )
453 ( 3 )
621 ( 4 )
2,134 ( 5 )
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Alabama
788 ( 5 )
490 ( 8 )
298 ( 4 )
0
0
0
Florida
2,135 ( 6 )
1,653 ( 7 )
475 ( 4 )
1 ( 8 )
6 ( 5 )
219
Georgia
809 ( 8 )
475 ( 8 )
331 ( 4 )
1 ( 5 )
2 ( 12 )
6
Kentucky
607 ( 8 )
534 ( 8 )
71 ( 4 )
1 ( 2 )
1 ( 7 )
3
Mississippi
411 ( 7 )
217 ( 8 )
189 ( 4 )
5 ( 2 )
0
0
Diabetes
N Carolina
1,169 ( 7 )
698 ( 8 )
445 ( 4 )
22 ( 3 )
4 ( 5 )
4
S Carolina
680 ( 5 )
328 ( 7 )
351 ( 4 )
1 ( 4 )
0
3
Tennessee
883 ( 7 )
613 ( 8 )
267 ( 4 )
0
3 ( 6 )
3
Region IV
7,482 ( 6 )
5,008 ( 8 )
2,427 ( 4 )
31 ( 4 )
16 ( 6 )
238
US
37,699 ( 5 )
29,552 ( 7 )
7,250 ( 4 )
341 ( 4 )
556 ( 5 )
2,821
( ) denotes the rank within the state, region, or nation; e.g. Diabetes is the 5th leading cause of death for women in the US,
but it is 8th in Georgia.
Source: NCHS, 2000 NVSS Mortality; Leading cause of deaths determined from the NCHS Tabulation Lists (see Appendix
A for more information).
Females of Hispanic origin may be of any race.
See Appendix B for unadjusted and age-adjusted death rates.
( 5 )
( 7 )
( 6 )
(
(
(
(
(
7
4
4
6
4
)
)
)
)
)
4.2.1 Unadjusted Death Rates by Race
Table 21 presents unadjusted death rates for women of all ages and for all causes by race and
ethnicity. The number of deaths in the region is especially small for American Indian and
Asian/Pacific Islander women. Consistent with the mortality data describing all women, the
regional average crude death rates for white, black and Hispanic women are above the national
average.
Table 21: FEMALE DEATHS AND RATES FROM ALL CAUSES, BY RACE/ETHNICITY: 2000
Deaths
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
N Carolina
S Carolina
Tennessee
Amer Asian/
Rates
White
Black Indian Pac Isl Hisp
17,234 5,422
22
31
31 Alabama
71,734 8,285
55
235 6,373 Florida
23,627 8,569
46
147
183 Georgia
18,639 1,384
7
28
84 Kentucky
9,817 4,629
38
14
21 Mississippi
28,467 7,761
270
81
133 N Carolina
12,906 5,278
17
36
34 S Carolina
23,566 4,333
7
67
61 Tennessee
Region IV
205,990 45,661
US Total
462
639
6,920 Region IV
1,064,096 140,642 5,178 15,857 47,082 US Total
White
1048.8
1069.9
848.5
988.1
1090.2
934.4
924.7
992.4
Black
866.2
646.8
677.5
877.4
836.8
825.5
827.3
861.6
Amer Asian/
Indian Pac Isl Hisp
174.0 165.0 94.8
172.9 140.8 474.7
370.0 150.9 103.4
150.9 159.0 343.8
593.3 126.7 125.8
501.8 122.2 87.3
220.5 165.2 88.7
84.7 201.2 120.7
993.4 765.7 335.5
147.5 377.2
912.3 733.0 346.1
262.3 274.6
Sources: Deaths – NCHS, 2000 NVSS; Population – US Bureau of the
Census, Census 2000
Females of Hispanic Origin may be of any race.
1.09 1.04 0.97
0.56 1.37
Region:US
Rates/100,000 female population
Note: Fewer than 50,000 American Indian/Aleut/Eskimo females reside in each state in the region except North Carolina, and fewer than
50,000 Asian/Pacific Islander reside in each state except Florida, Georgia and North Carolina; therefore, rates may be unreliable.
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4.2.2 Age-Adjusted Death Rates by Race
As shown in Table 22, black women tend to have higher age-adjusted death rates than women in
other racial groups in both the nation and the region. Asian/Pacific Islander women tend to have
lower death rates than women in other racial categories in the nation and the region. The rates
for American Indian females vary substantially – rates in Tennessee and Kentucky are about onefifth the rate of Mississippi, and the Florida rate is about half of the regional rate, but in all cases
the numbers of deaths and the population of females are small.
Table 22: AGE-ADJUSTED DEATH RATES FOR ALL CAUSES, BY RACE/ETHNICITY: 2000
All Females
White
Black
American
Indian
Asian/Pac
Islander
Hispanic
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
N Carolina
S Carolina
Tennessee
823.8
666.7
822.9
829.4
869.4
792.9
803.8
826.3
792.8
642.7
784.0
819.9
813.2
756.9
752.5
792.9
937.5
890.5
958.0
1,014.4
994.7
952.5
959.3
1,064.6
325.9
283.9
734.4
197.4
967.3
785.6
380.7
190.3
350.2
270.6
376.5
454.4
289.9
271.9
333.3
533.4
166.3
503.6
289.6
717.5
175.6
194.1
192.6
284.7
Region IV
763.1
727.8
955.7
558.4
321.7
485.0
US Total
731.3
715.2
927.4
604.5
416.6
546.3
Region: US
1.04
1.02
1.03
0.92
0.77
0.89
Sources: Deaths - NCHS, 2000 NVSS Mortality; Population - US Bureau of the Census, Census 2000
Females of Hispanic origin may be of any race.
Rates/100,000 female population. Age-adjusted using year 2000 population standard
Note: Fewer than 50,000 American Indian/Aleut/Eskimo females reside in all states in the region except North Carolina, and fewer
than 50,000 Asian/Pacific Islander reside in all the states in the region except Florida, Georgia and North Carolina; therefore, rates
may be unreliable.
One of the notable findings is the race-specific difference in diabetes mortality. Specifically,
age-adjusted diabetes death rates for black females are between two and three times greater than
for whites females. As shown in Appendix B, the white female death rate from diabetes in the
region is between 15 and 23 per 100,000 females (the regional average is 17.9); while for black
females the number varies between 38 and 68 deaths per 100,000 (the regional average is 52.9).
This large disparity among racial groups is consistent with national diabetes death rates.
Further examining the age-adjusted causes of death by race highlights some of the problems
experienced by black females. These data are presented in Table 23 for the three leading causes
of death. More complete data by race and cause are presented in Appendix B.
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Table 23: AGE-ADJUSTED DEATH RATES BY RACE/ETHNICITY AND CAUSE: 2000
White
Black
American Indian
Asian/Pacific Islander
Hispanic
Heart Cancer Stroke Heart Cancer Stroke Heart Cancer Stroke Heart Cancer Stroke Heart Cancer Stroke
Alabama
237.4
164.1
64.6
274.4 175.8
86.9
51.4
97.6
19.9
122.8
27.4
30.5
64.8
25.2
11.1
Florida
188.3
156.9
45.1
257.5 176.6
75.9
90.4
48.1
20.1
71.1
62.9
31.9
175.6
103.0
31.6
Georgia
213.5
164.2
67.7
274.0 179.8
85.8
149.8 177.4 137.4 85.9
86.7
59.2
59.4
71.9
28.3
Kentucky
246.6
180.0
64.4
319.8 229.0
71.9
19.7
133.8
115.3
24.9
183.5
203.1
36.8
Mississippi
86.3
28.3
263.0
168.3
66.8
340.9 186.4
84.0
216.1
N Carolina 202.6
S Carolina 199.7
160.0
72.7
267.9 176.0
90.6
225.4 141.4
158.7
69.2
254.7 188.7 100.0 137.0
Tennessee
227.1
170.2
72.5
336.4 210.3
96.0
46.2
Region IV
209.6
162.5
59.2
280.6 183.5
US Total
205.6
166.9
57.2
Region:US
1.02
0.97
1.03
0.0
83.1
163.9 28.7
43.1
45.6
52.5
28.7
63.9
31.9
63.2
30.5
44.9
40.9
6.5
63.4
0.0
47.4
107.3
46.5
44.0
39.7
21.6
49.8
32.3
197.9 103.2
78.4
83.4
77.0
4.6
86.7
152.7 107.2
50.6
78.1
71.6
40.9
166.8
99.1
30.7
277.6 193.8
76.2
143.6 108.4
43.7
115.7 100.7
49.1
163.7
110.9
43.0
1.01
1.14
1.06
1.16
0.68
0.83
1.02
0.89
0.71
0.95
0.99
0.71
Sources: Deaths -- NCHS, 2000 NVSS Mortality; Population -- US Bureau of the Census, Census 2000
Rates/100,000 female population. Females of Hispanic origin can be of any race.
Note: Fewer than 50,000 American Indian/Aleut/Eskimo females reside in all states in the region except North Carolina, and fewer
than 50,000 Asian/Pacific Islander reside in all the states in the region except Florida, Georgia and North Carolina; therefore, rates
may be unreliable.
The age-adjusted death rates for white women in Region IV are slightly higher than the national
rates for heart and stroke deaths as shown in Table 23. However, the within-region variation is
substantial; Mississippi's heart disease rate is 25 percent higher than the regional average. Black
female death rates are higher for heart disease, cancer and stroke in the region when compared to
the other racial/ethnic groups. Conversely, Asian/Pacific Islander females have the lowest rates
in the region for heart disease and cancer. In addition, Hispanic females have significantly lower
stroke mortality compared to white, black, and Asian/Pacific Islander females in the region.
Another perspective on these data can be gained by viewing a county-level map of the region.
Figure 8 presents three-year average age-adjusted breast cancer death rates for white women.
For those counties whose rate is in the upper range (i.e., 28.1 and greater white female breast
cancer deaths per 100,000), the actual number of deaths is between 4 and 92. Metropolitan
counties in the region have similar rates to the regional and lower than national averages. For
example, Gwinnett and Dekalb County, Georgia (Atlanta) have rates of 24.2 and 25,
respectively, Shelby, Tennessee (Memphis) has a rate of 25.8, and Miami-Dade, Florida (Miami)
and Mecklenburg, NC (Charlotte) have rates of 21.8 and 21.3, respectively. Additionally,
metropolitan counties average a rate of 25.0, rural counties in the region average 25.0, and nonmetropolitan urban areas average 24.9 deaths per 100,000 white women, all lower than the
national counterparts.
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Figure 8: AGE-ADJUSTED BREAST CANCER DEATH RATES FOR WHITE WOMEN IN REGION IV:
1998-2000
KY
( Nashville-Davidson
!
Memphis !
(
TN
(
!
(
!
MS
AL
Charlotte
NC
Atlanta
SC
GA
( Jacksonville
!
(Suppressed)
0.0 - 25.4
25.5 - 28.0
28.1 - 67.2
FL
(Region 25.0, Nation 26.7)
Source: NCHS, NVSS Mortality 1998-2000)
( Miami
!
Because of small populations in many counties in the region, presenting maps by race and cause
is often only meaningful for all females and white females. As can be seen, even when looking
at white females, when data are suppressed for fewer than 5 deaths, many counties are
eliminated. More detailed presentations of the number of deaths and rates are provided in the
appendices.
4.3 FEMALE MORTALITY BY AGE
Table 24 presents the number of deaths and death rates from all causes for females in different
age cohorts. Regional rates are significantly higher than the national rates for all age ranges
except the age range of 65 years and above.
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Table 24: FEMALE DEATHS AND RATES FOR ALL CAUSES, BY AGE: 2000
Deaths
<15
15-19
20-24
25-44
45-64
65+
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
N Carolina
S Carolina
Tennessee
331
907
654
245
298
615
301
438
77
190
144
70
75
112
76
102
116
247
172
85
91
140
88
125
917
2,869
1,686
720
730
1,445
842
1,134
3,189
9,433
5,000
2,762
2,139
5,196
2,874
4,026
18,079
66,655
24,733
16,176
11,165
29,071
14,051
22,148
Region IV
3,789
846
1,064
10,343
34,619
202,078
US Total
17,484
3,866
4,370
45,062
157,468
997,456
Rates
<15
15-19
20-24
25-44
45-64
65+
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
N Carolina
S Carolina
Tennessee
72.9
61.3
73.6
61.1
95.1
76.2
73.3
77.2
48.1
38.6
50.3
49.6
65.5
42.7
52.6
53.0
74.8
54.5
60.2
61.1
85.7
51.1
63.5
65.2
139.9
125.9
127.2
118.4
176.2
115.9
140.0
130.9
604.8
498.9
556.4
579.7
678.6
554.9
599.2
592.5
5,190.5
4,189.6
5,217.4
5,377.4
5,377.3
5,011.9
4,868.7
5,255.5
Region IV
71.2
47.2
61.0
129.3
558.1
4,797.9
US Total
59.5
39.3
47.1
106.1
495.0
4,846.2
Region:US
1.20
1.20
1.30
1.22
1.13
0.99
Sources: Deaths - NCHS, 2000 NVSS Mortality; Population - US Bureau of the Census, Census 2000
Rates are per 100,000 female population
The following tables present deaths by age and cause, and highlight age-specific issues within
the region. The percentage of deaths nationwide that occurred in the region is presented to
indicate the relative difference between each category in the region and the nation.
Table 25 shows that unintentional injuries is the leading cause of death for all females under the
age of 15. Homicide, another preventable cause of death, follows as the third most prevalent
cause of death in this age group and the homicide rate in this age group is higher for females in
the region than it is across the US, although this difference is not statistically significant.
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Table 25: DEATHS AND RATES FOR FEMALES UNDER THE AGE OF 15 FOR SELECTED CAUSES:
2000
Deaths <15 Years of Age
Unintentional
Injuries
Cancer
Homicide
Death Rates <15 Years of Age
Nutrition
Nutrition
18
2.2
1.3
0.7
1.2
13
11.6
1.8
2.0
1.5
8
5
10.5
1.7
2.0
1.2
11
4
12.4
1.3
3.5
1.3
6
8
9.0
1.5
0.7
1.0
8
6
9.5
3.2
1.9
1.5
20
11
8
10.0
3.5
1.9
1.4
527
113
91
65
9.9
2.1
1.7
1.2
2,226
674
448
297
7.6
2.3
1.5
1.0
23.7%
16.8%
20.3%
21.9%
10
3
Florida
132
36
19
Georgia
103
16
18
Kentucky
42
7
Mississippi
39
4
N Carolina
73
12
S Carolina
39
13
Tennessee
57
Region IV
Sources:
Homicide
1.1
2.4
5
Pct of US
Cancer
9.2
8.9
42
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US Total
Unintentional
Injuries
Deaths - NCHS, 2000 NVSS Mortality; Population - US Bureau of the Census, Census 2000
Rates are per 100,000 females under age 15.
As shown in Table 26, three of the four leading causes of death for females ages 15 to 24 are also
preventable: unintentional injuries, homicide and suicide. Unintentional injuries are by far the
Table 26: DEATHS AND RATES FOR FEMALES 15 TO 24 YEARS OF AGE FOR SELECTED CAUSES:
2000
Deaths 15-24 Years
Death Rates 15-24 Years
Unintentional
Injuries
Homicide
Alabama
106
21
15
5
33.6
6.7
4.8
1.6
Florida
192
38
39
20
20.3
4.0
4.1
2.1
Georgia
118
34
21
25
20.6
5.9
3.7
4.4
Cancer
Suicide
Unintentional
Injuries
Homicide
Cancer
Suicide
Kentucky
77
10
14
14
27.5
3.6
5.0
5.0
Mississippi
72
14
8
9
32.6
6.3
3.6
4.1
113
26
12
19
21.1
4.8
2.2
3.5
North Carolina
79
16
17
2
27.9
5.7
6.0
0.7
Tennessee
127
18
9
12
33.1
4.7
2.3
3.1
Region IV
884
177
135
106
25.0
5.0
3.8
3.0
US Total
3,653
736
691
570
19.1
3.9
3.6
3.0
Pct of US
24.2%
24.0%
19.5%
18.6%
South Carolina
Sources: Deaths - NCHS, 2000 NVSS Mortality; Population - US Bureau of the Census, Census 2000
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leading cause of death in this age group, with 884 of 1,910 total female deaths in the region
falling into this category. Table 26 also shows that the suicide and cancer rates are average in the
region compared to the US, while rates for unintentional injuries and homicide are significantly
higher. Additionally, the unintentional injury rates for 15 to 24 year old females in Alabama,
Mississippi and Tennessee are about 50 percent higher than in Georgia, Florida and North
Carolina.
As shown in Table 27, in the 25 to 44 age group, cancer is the leading cause of death for females,
with unintentional injuries second. Death rates are substantially higher in the region for all
causes except cancer. The death rates in Mississippi are the highest in the region for all causes
of death except HIV/AIDS (highest in Florida) and suicide (highest in Alabama.). The
homicide rate in Mississippi is over 2 ½ times that of Florida and the heart disease rate in
Mississippi is over 2 times the rate in Florida.
Table 27: DEATHS AND RATES FOR FEMALES 25 TO 44 YEARS OF AGE FOR SELECTED CAUSES:
2000
Deaths 25-44 Years
Death Rates 25-44 Years
25-44
Cancer
Unintentional
Injuries
Heart
Disease
25-44
HIV/
AIDS
Suicide
Homicide
Cancer
Unintentional
Injuries
Heart
Disease
HIV/
AIDS
Suicide
Homicide
Alabama
179
141
129
32
55
52
27.3
21.5
19.7
4.9
8.4
7.9
Florida
645
409
260
363
159
101
28.3
18.0
11.4
15.9
7.0
4.4
Georgia
369
263
214
113
73
84
27.8
19.8
16.1
8.5
5.5
6.3
Kentucky
175
131
98
5
32
37
28.8
21.5
16.1
0.8
5.3
6.1
Mississippi
135
128
101
33
18
46
32.6
30.9
24.4
8.0
4.3
11.1
N Carolina
341
235
158
82
92
74
27.4
18.9
12.7
6.6
7.4
5.9
S Carolina
179
138
110
48
39
37
29.8
23.0
18.3
8.0
6.5
6.2
Tennessee
242
234
138
37
62
55
27.9
27.0
15.9
4.3
7.2
6.3
Region IV
2,265
1,679
1,208
713
530
486
28.3
21.0
15.1
8.9
6.6
6.1
US Total
11,238
6,679
4,931
2,313
2,302
1,703
26.5
15.7
11.6
5.4
5.4
4.0
Pct of US
20.2%
25.1%
24.5%
30.8%
23.0%
28.5%
Sources: Deaths - NCHS, 2000 NVSS Mortality; Population - US Bureau of the Census, Census 2000
Rates are per 100,000 females ages 25 to 44.
Table 28 presents similar data for the 45 to 64 year old female population. In this cohort, cancer,
and heart disease remain among the leading causes, joined by stroke, CLRD and diabetes and
unintentional injuries. Georgia women have the lowest death rates in the region for cancer and
diabetes; and in the case of heart disease, the rate in Florida is less than one-half the rate in
Mississippi but only slightly lower than the rate in the nation. Mississippi has the highest rate for
each cause except CLRD (highest in Tennessee) and diabetes (highest in Alabama).
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Table 28: DEATHS AND RATES FOR FEMALES 45 TO 64 YEARS OF AGE FOR SELECTED CAUSES:
2000
Deaths 45-64 Years
Cancer
Heart
Disease
Stroke
CLRD
Death Rates 45-64Years
Diabetes
Uninten
-tional
Injuries
Cancer
Heart
Disease
Stroke
CLRD
Diabetes
Uninten
-tional
Injuries
Alabama
1139
701
163
136
139
115
216.0
132.9
30.9
25.8
26.4
21.8
Florida
3912
1629
420
400
358
365
206.9
86.2
22.2
21.2
18.9
19.3
Georgia
1772
1074
287
216
161
185
197.2
119.5
31.9
24.0
17.9
20.6
Kentucky
1140
623
108
146
94
86
239.3
130.8
22.7
30.6
19.7
18.1
Mississippi
733
549
134
85
76
89
232.6
174.2
42.5
27.0
24.1
28.2
N Carolina
1963
1018
271
249
225
180
209.6
108.7
28.9
26.6
24.0
19.2
S Carolina
1007
597
150
109
148
121
209.9
124.5
31.3
22.7
30.9
25.2
Tennessee
1460
894
190
216
167
160
214.9
131.6
28.0
31.8
24.6
23.5
Region IV
13,126
7,085
1,723
1,557
1,368
1,301
211.6
114.2
27.8
25.1
22.1
21.0
US Total
64,397
29,667
7,236
6,765
6,376
5,587
202.4
93.3
22.7
21.3
20.0
17.6
Pct of US
20.4%
23.9%
23.8%
23.0%
21.5%
23.3%
Sources: Deaths - NCHS, 2000 NVSS Mortality; Population - US Bureau of the Census, Census 2000
Rates are per 100,000 females ages 45 to 64.
Table 29 presents comparable data for the 65-plus female population of Region IV. As noted, the
table is presented in two parts, deaths in the first part and rates in the second. While there are
some reversals in terms of the most numerous, only pneumonia and Alzheimer's disease are
added as leading causes.
The rates in Region IV are lower for each of the leading causes with the exceptions of stroke,
Alzheimer’s disease and unintentional injuries. The higher rates are 2, 3 and 6 percent greater
than the national value, respectively. Mississippi women continue to have much higher heart
disease mortality (29 percent higher than the regional rate). Florida female death rates from
cancer, stroke, Alzheimer’s disease, pneumonia, diabetes and unintentional injuries are the
lowest among the states in the region and are lower than the national values in each case.
4.4 FEMALE MORTALITY BY URBAN/RURAL RESIDENCE
The fraction of the female population living in very rural areas in Region IV is higher than that
of the nation—approximately four percent of Region IV versus two percent of the national
population live in such areas. The fraction of those living in non-metropolitan urban areas is
higher in Region IV than the nation, and the fraction of those in metropolitan areas is lower. The
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Table 29: DEATHS AND RATES FOR FEMALES 65 YEARS OF AGE AND OLDER FOR SELECTED
CAUSES: 2000
Deaths 65 Years and Older
Heart
Disease
Cancer
Stroke
CLRD
Alzheimer’s
Pneumonia
Unintentional
Injuries
Diabetes
6,092
3,087
1,768
785
640
608
623
316
Florida
23,128
13,429
5,582
4,054
2,238
1,612
1,714
952
Georgia
7,580
4,290
2,475
1,255
910
895
617
427
Kentucky
5,454
2,902
1,476
942
614
610
495
275
Mississippi
4,251
1,872
1,061
476
306
412
315
233
8,855
4,977
3,248
1,491
1,291
1,060
902
578
4,158
2,509
1,579
650
626
367
507
277
Tennessee
7,263
3,987
2,414
1,138
718
905
682
386
Region IV
66,781
37,053
19,603
10,791
7343
6,469
5,855
3,444
US Total
330,529
190,008
93,845
54,451
34,805
33,848
30,216
15,936
Pct of US
20.2%
19.5%
20.9%
19.8%
21.1%
19.1%
19.4%
21.6%
Alabama
North
Carolina
South
Carolina
Death Rates 65 Years and Older
Heart
Disease
Cancer
Stroke
CLRD
Alzheimer’s
Pneumonia
Unintentional
Injuries
Diabetes
Alabama
1,749.0
886.3
507.6
225.4
183.7
174.6
178.9
90.7
Florida
1,453.7
844.1
350.9
254.8
140.7
101.3
107.7
59.8
Georgia
1,599.0
905.0
522.1
264.7
192.0
188.8
130.2
90.1
Kentucky
1,813.1
964.7
490.7
313.2
204.1
202.8
164.6
91.4
Mississippi
2,047.4
901.6
511.0
229.3
147.4
198.4
151.7
112.2
1,526.6
858.0
560.0
257.1
222.6
182.7
155.5
99.6
1,440.8
869.4
547.1
225.2
216.9
127.2
175.7
96.0
1,723.4
946.1
572.8
270.0
170.4
214.7
161.8
91.6
Region IV
1,585.6
879.7
465.4
256.2
174.3
153.6
139.0
81.8
US Total
1,605.9
923.2
456.0
264.6
169.1
164.5
146.8
77.4
North
Carolina
South
Carolina
Tennessee
Sources: Deaths - NCHS, 2000 NVSS Mortality; Population - US Bureau of the Census, Census 2000
Rates are per 100,000 females ages 65 and older.
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overall age-adjusted death rate for females living in rural areas within the region is the highest in
the US but regionally the urban area death rate is the highest. This ranking is similar to the
findings for the nation as a whole. The age-adjusted death rate for females living in rural areas
within the region is 812.1 per 100,000 population as compared to 737.9 for females in all rural
areas within the US. The rate for females living in non-metropolitan urban areas is 823.9 in the
Region IV versus 760.2 in the US, and the rate for females living in metropolitan areas is 739.6
compared with 724.2 for the US.
Overall, rural death rates are similar to regional figures with the exceptions of unintentional
injury and motor vehicle deaths. The unintentional injury death rate for females in rural areas of
the region is 35.0 per 100,000 female population, significantly greater than the rate of 23.7 for
metropolitan areas, and only slightly different than the rate non-metropolitan urban areas (33.5).
The comparable US rates are 34.4 for rural, 30.0 for non-metropolitan urban and 19.9 for
metropolitan. Region IV compares favorably with national rates, being lower or the same in
each area except the rural figure which is equal. Likewise, the age-adjusted motor vehicle
accident death rate for females is higher in rural areas for both the region and nation; the rate is
20 per 100,000 females in Region IV rural areas, 17.6 in non-metropolitan urban areas (not
statistically significant) and 10.8 in metropolitan areas as compared to 20.3 in all US rural areas,
15.6 in non-metropolitan urban areas and 7.9 in metropolitan areas. The region is only lower in
the rural category.
The age-adjusted female death rates (per 100,000 population) in the region are compared to the
Healthy People 2010 goals, below, for the different types of counties in the region.
Healthy People 2010 Goal
Region IV Findings (2000)
Coronary heart disease < 166 deaths
Stroke deaths < 48 deaths
Cancer deaths < 159.9 deaths
Lung cancer < 44.9 deaths
Breast cancer < 22.3 deaths
Cervical cancer < 2.0 deaths
Colorectal cancer < 13.9 deaths
Unintentional injury < 17.5 deaths
Motor vehicle accident < 9.2 deaths
Suicide < 5.0 deaths
Homicide < 3.0 deaths
Metro = 154.9,
Metro = 59.6,
Metro = 164.5,
Metro = 43.0,
Metro = 25.7,
Metro = 3.0,
Metro = 17.0,
Metro = 23.7,
Metro = 10.8,
Metro = 4.8,
Metro = 3.5,
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Urban = 163.7,
Urban = 72.7,
Urban = 167.4,
Urban = 42.8,
Urban = 26.1,
Urban = 3.7,
Urban = 17.9,
Urban = 33.5,
Urban = 17.6,
Urban = 4.7,
Urban = 4.5,
Rural = 158.4
Rural = 68.6
Rural = 165.1
Rural = 42.3
Rural = 25.5
Rural = 3.5
Rural = 17.6
Rural = 35.0
Rural = 20.0
Rural = 4.9
Rural = 4.3
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5.0 INDICATORS OF CHRONIC AND INFECTIOUS DISEASES OF WOMEN IN
REGION IV
County level gender and race-specific disease incidence data, by and large, must be obtained
from local sources. National sources, such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
only publish data at the state level, and focus primarily on the communicable diseases. Further,
much of the national data are published without regard to gender or race, with the exception of
data on AIDS and cancers. As a result, state health departments in Region IV were contacted to
obtain county and state disease data. County-level data were obtained for HIV and AIDS,
sexually transmitted infections (STIs), tuberculosis, hepatitis, and cancer. Information regarding
prevalence of chronic disease including diabetes, elevated cholesterol and hypertension were
obtained from CDC's Behavioral Risk Surveillance System (BRFSS) for adults. Sources are
documented in Appendix A.
Additionally, expanded cancer data were obtained from CDC/NCI National Program of Cancer
Registries (NPCR). Unfortunately, neither Mississippi nor Tennessee supplied data to NPCR.
The NPCR only releases state-level data for 42 states and county-level data for 26 states; this
results from a combination of states supplying data and quality control guidelines imposed by the
NPCR.
Issues of incomplete and inconsistent data make it difficult to form a comprehensive picture of
status of women in the region with regard to infectious and chronic diseases, and these issues are
not unique to Region IV. Even at the national level, with all the resources available, the data are
fragmented. For example, while heart disease is the leading cause of death in the nation, there
are no good incidence data available at small geographic areas for the entire nation. Data from
national surveys (e.g., CDC’s NHIS) and extracts from hospital records (e.g., AHRQ’s HCUP)
present part of the picture; however, the great number of cases identified by physicians are not
collected systematically and hence are not captured for analysis and epidemiological purposes.
5.1 INDICATORS OF CHRONIC DISEASES
Chronic diseases include cardiovascular diseases, stroke, diabetes, hypertension, elevated
cholesterol and cancer. With the exception of cancer, none of these were considered to be
‘reportable diseases’. As such, data for these conditions were obtained from the CDC BRFSS
survey. 28 The BRFSS provides a single source using a consistent collection approach. However,
sample sizes in the BRFSS are insufficient for estimating prevalence at the county levels for
more than a handful of mainly metropolitan areas. Therefore, estimates are only available at the
state levels.
28
BRFSS, the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System is sponsored by the National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention
and Health Promotion, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention – a national sample survey of men and women 18 years of age
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5.1.1 Prevalence of Diabetes, Elevated Cholesterol, and Hypertension
Table 30 shows the prevalence of diabetes, elevated cholesterol, and hypertension as reported by
the women surveyed in the region. The region as a whole and five of the states (Alabama,
Florida, Georgia, Mississippi and South Carolina) are found to be above the national level for
diabetes. This illuminates the health challenges posed by diabetes. A study published in 2003
estimates females born in the year 2000 have a 38.5 percent lifetime risk of developing diabetes,
which is higher than a woman’s risk of breast cancer and comparable to a woman’s risk for heart
disease. 29 Moreover, there are major disparities in risk by race and ethnicity. In general,
estimates based on national data show the current prevalence of diabetes among the Black
population is 70 percent higher than among whites; for Hispanics, the prevalence is nearly
double that of whites. 30
Table 30: AGE-ADJUSTED PERCENT OF FEMALES EVER DIAGNOSED WITH DIABETES, HIGH
CHOLESTEROL OR HYPERTENSION: 2001
Total
White
High
High
HyperDiabetes
Diabetes
Cholesterol
Cholesterol tension
Black
Hypertension
High
Diabetes
Cholesterol
Hispanic
Hypertension
Diabetes
High
Cholesterol
Hypertension
Tennessee
10.1
10.5
8.9
7.1
11.3
7.8
10.1
8.4
27.2
26.3
28.9
27.5
27.5
27.4
24.5
28.4
31.5
23.1
28.1
27.6
32.7
27.3
27.9
28.3
8.4
9.9
8.1
6.8
9.3
6.3
9.6
7.4
27.1
26.5
29.8
28.8
27.7
27.3
24.9
29.3
28.0
21.3
24.7
26.4
27.1
23.1
24.2
26.4
17.2
15.6
12.5
9.6
16.7
12.9
12.1
13.9
27.8
29.1
26.8
13.8
27.2
28.3
24.9
21.4
45.4
33.2
37.3
41.6
45.1
42.3
38.2
39.8
16.0
11.7
12.4
11.1
12.3
7.4
10.2
6.4
31.8
24.3
37.5
36.2
31.7
18.2
22.1
28.2
39.3
24.7
21.7
30.4
20.5
24.1
19.9
32.4
Region IV
9.3
27.2
26.9
8.3
27.6
24.1
13.9
26.7
39.3
11.4
24.8
25.2
US Total
8.6
26.5
25.0
7.8
26.8
23.4
12.6
25.2
37.1
14.0
26.0
25.2
1.08
1.03
1.08
1.06
1.03
1.03
1.10
1.06
1.06
0.81
0.95
1.00
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
N Carolina
S Carolina
Region:US
Source: CDC, 2001 BRFSS
Females of Hispanci/Latino origin can be of any race.
Note: State values for Hispanic females may be unreliable due to small numbers in all states except Florida.
Women in South Carolina report being diagnosed with elevated cholesterol levels less often than
do women in the nation or the other states in the region. Women in all of the states except
Florida reported more diagnoses of high blood pressure than the average for women nationally.
While the higher rate of hypertension diagnoses could suggest greater prevalence, it is equally
possible that females in Region IV are more aware of their health risks and seek to be tested. A
recent expert panel considered the impact of elevated cholesterol levels, hypertension, smoking
29
Narayan KM, Boyle JP, Thompson TJ, Sorensen SW, Williamson DF. Lifetime risk for diabetes mellitus in the United States.
JAMA. 2003 Oct 8; 290(14):1884-90.
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and the other major factors influencing cardiovascular disease in women and prepared a learned
set of guidelines for improving cardiovascular health.31 While the guidelines focus on women,
they offer reasonable approaches for the entire population to prevent cardiovascular diseases.
Finally, “the need to emphasize prevention of coronary heart disease in women [is] important
because first events are often fatal in women. Factors that are unique in terms of their influence
on risk for coronary heart disease in women include age, reproductive and hormonal status, high
density lipoprotein cholesterol and triglyceride levels, and the presence of diabetes.” 32
5.1.2 Prevalence of Asthma, Arthritis, or Disabilities
Table 31 presents the age-adjusted percent of females that report ever having been diagnosed
with asthma or arthritis, or who report having a disability limitation due to physical, mental, or
emotional problems. In almost all cases, the Region IV averages are within 10 percent of the
national values.
Table 31: AGE-ADJUSTED PERCENT OF FEMALES HAVING ASTHMA, ARTHRITIS, OR A
DISABILITY LIMITATION: 2001
Total
White
Black
Hispanic
Asthma Arthritis Disability Asthma Arthritis Disability Asthma Arthritis Disability Asthma Arthritis Disability
Alabama
Tennessee
11.5
11.7
11.6
13.0
9.4
11.5
11.6
11.2
34.0
26.0
27.5
32.4
29.6
27.3
26.8
28.0
20.5
16.7
15.9
22.2
19.9
16.7
17.7
16.4
11.8
11.4
10.4
12.8
8.0
11.9
12.0
11.6
33.5
26.5
26.8
32.7
27.6
26.7
26.6
27.9
21.4
17.6
16.7
22.4
19.9
17.0
19.0
16.8
10.8
12.1
14.2
12.8
10.8
11.1
11.5
10.1
36.6
29.4
29.5
32.2
33.6
30.0
29.6
28.1
18.4
17.9
14.6
21.4
19.9
18.2
13.3
15.0
12.4
12.2
26.4
11.1
16.7
8.5
27.7
3.0
43.4
22.2
30.9
24.8
36.6
17.5
21.7
37.5
16.3
12.0
18.9
20.6
19.9
7.9
24.7
13.2
Region IV
11.5
28.0
17.4
11.3
27.9
18.2
11.8
30.6
16.8
12.2
23.8
12.9
US Total
12.8
26.0
17.2
12.5
26.1
17.4
14.3
29.0
16.3
12.4
23.2
14.3
Region:US
0.90
1.08
1.01
0.90
1.07
1.05
0.83
1.06
1.03
0.98
1.03
0.90
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
N Carolina
S Carolina
Source: CDC, 2001 BRFSS
Females of Hispanic/Latino origin can be of any race.
Note: State values for Hispanic females may be unreliable due to small numbers in all states except Florida.
31
Mosca L, et al. Evidence-based guidelines for cardiovascular disease prevention in women. Circulation. 2004; 109:672-693.
King KB, Mosca L. Prevention of heart disease in women: recommendations for management of risk factors. Progress in
Cardiovascular Nursing. 2000 Spring;15(2):36-42.
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5.1.3 Incidence of Cancer in Women
Malignant neoplasms (cancer) are the second leading cause of death across almost all age and
race categories for women, and tend to result in deaths twice as often as from the next leading
cause. This section presents data on incidence within the region.
Table 32 presents the number of newly reported cancer cases, by site. The sites selected for the
table are those most often reported by the states in the region. Data are from the National
Program of Cancer Registries prepared jointly by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
and the National Cancer Institute.
Approximately one in three female cancer cases is identified in the breast, and of the remaining
cases, roughly one in five is identified in the lungs. While it is unclear what can be done to
prevent the onset of breast cancer, a recent study has “confirm[ed] that years of cigarette
smoking is far more important than the number of cigarettes smoked per day in predicting lung
cancer risk in United States men, regardless of age, and provides new evidence that a
qualitatively similar pattern holds for women.” 33
Table 32: SITE-SPECIFIC CANCER CASES REPORTED FOR WOMEN: 2000
Total
Bladder Brain
170
1,236
315
226
-361
146
--
139
570
204
113
-228
98
--
Breast
ColoOvarian Uterine Kidney
rectal
2,857
12,315
4,953
2,737
-5,430
2,637
--
1,134
5,519
1,690
1,247
-1,862
994
--
364
1,630
526
366
-661
284
--
423
2,237
714
539
-827
406
--
185
858
331
216
-346
164
--
Leukemia
Lung
Skin*
170
920
301
208
-277
153
--
1,271
6,751
1,965
1,625
-2,093
1,073
--
216
1,268
532
355
-533
231
--
Stomach Thyroid
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
N Carolina
S Carolina
Tennessee
9,158
43,941
15,203
9,800
-16,103
8,105
--
US Total**
533,647 13,361 6,912 164,895 63,907 20,188 30,207 11,010 11,521 69,316 15,611
116
523
193
90
-185
99
--
168
872
338
193
-285
170
--
6,712
13,019
Sources: CDC, National Program of Cancer Registries, 2000
* includes only melanoma of the skin
** total of all reporting districts
-- data not available
Table 33 presents age-adjusted incidence rates for cancers in women. Because the risk of cancer
increases with age, age adjustment reduces the range of variation among states. Rates for total
cancers are higher in Florida and Kentucky than in the rest of the region and exceed the national
value. The incidence rate for breast cancer, the most frequent site for cancer in females, is lower
than the nation in all states in the region. Incidence rates for lung cancer, the second most
frequently occurring site in women, are lower than the national rate in all states except Florida
and Kentucky whose rate is more than 35 percent higher.
33
Flanders WD, Lally CA, Zhu BP, Henley SJ, Thun MJ. Lung cancer mortality in relation to age, duration of smoking, and
daily cigarette consumption: results from Cancer Prevention Study II. Cancer Research. 2003 Oct 1;63(19):6556-62.
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Table 33: SITE-SPECIFIC, AGE-ADJUSTED INCIDENCE RATES OF CANCER IN FEMALES: 2000
Total
Bladder Brain
Breast
ColoOvarian Uterine Kidney
rectal
Leukemia
Lung
Skin*
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
N Carolina
S Carolina
Tennessee
357.9
413.0
388.0
434.5
-367.1
367.7
--
6.3
10.5
8.2
9.7
-8.0
6.5
--
5.7
5.9
5.1
5.2
-5.3
4.6
--
113.6
121.3
125.6
123.0
-125.1
120.6
--
43.0
47.8
43.6
53.5
-41.6
44.4
--
14.5
16.0
13.4
16.4
-15.2
12.9
--
16.5
21.2
18.3
24.1
-18.9
18.4
--
7.3
7.9
8.5
9.5
-7.9
7.4
--
6.6
8.5
7.6
9.1
-6.4
7.0
--
48.6
59.9
51.5
71.2
-47.3
48.1
--
8.8
12.9
13.1
16.4
-12.4
10.7
--
US Total**
409.4
9.8
5.5
128.9
47.0
15.8
23.5
8.4
8.7
52.5
12.4
Stomach Thyroid
4.3
4.5
4.9
3.8
-4.1
4.4
-4.9
7.1
10.1
8.2
9.2
-6.7
8.0
-10.7
Rate/100,000 female population
Source: CDC, National Program of Cancer Registries, 2000
* includes only melanoma of the skin
** rates for all reporting districts
-- data not available
Figure 9 presents data for black and white female breast cancer. In all states, white females have
a slightly lower breast cancer incidence rate than the national average. In North Carolina,
Figure 9: AGE-ADJUSTED RATES OF BREAST CANCER FOR BLACK AND WHITE FEMALES IN
REGION IV: 2000
US
South Carolina
North Carolina
Kentucky
Georgia
Florida
Alabama
0
20
40
60
White Females
80
100
120
140
Black Females
Source: CDC, National Program of Cancer Registries, 2000
Kentucky and Georgia, black females have a higher incidence rate than the national average, and
in Kentucky black females have a higher rate than white females, which is opposite the national
trend.
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The findings for lung cancer incidence rates in the Region IV states are presented in Figure 10.
In all states except Kentucky, black females have a lower lung cancer incidence rate than the
national average for black females. In all states except Kentucky, Georgia and Florida, white
females have a lower incidence rate than the national average. Kentucky has the smallest black
population among the states which may explain the unusually high rates for both breast and lung
cancer.
Figure 10: AGE-ADJUSTED RATES OF LUNG CANCER FOR BLACK AND WHITE FEMALES IN
REGION IV: 2000
US
South Carolina
North Carolina
Kentucky
Georgia
Florida
Alabama
0
10
20
30
40
White Females
50
60
70
80
Black Females
Source: CDC, National Program of Cancer Registries, 2000
5.2 INDICATORS OF INFECTIOUS DISEASE
Data reported by the states for newly diagnosed incidence of infectious disease are presented in
Table 34.
Table 35 presents these same data as rates of incidence by state. State rates were estimated based
on the number of newly reported cases in a state and that state’s total female population. US
totals are derived from different sources using different approaches, as noted in the footnote to
Table 34.
Caution is in order when interpreting each state’s data since each was obtained from a different
source and the number of cases is also very small in most states.
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Table 34: INCIDENCE OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES IN WOMEN: 2000
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
N Carolina
S Carolina
Tennessee
Hepatitis
A
B
30
33
230 221
113 127
15
29
54
50
77
87
--49
93
Region IV
--
US Total*+
--
Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Chlamydia Gonorrhea Syphilis AIDS HIV
13,776
5,997
61 --27,165
10,598
161 1,560 2,350
23,956
9,447
160
332 -6,465
1,725
42
38 ------18,800
8,539
234
173
326
10,254
4,721
94
228
322
11,648
5,343
247
172
286
Tuberculosis
C
1
22
-14
111
11
-40
--
91
362
227
46
58
146
80
116
1126
5,552 2,997 1,180
--
6,148
--
563,206
--
178,854
--
--
2,445 10,568 6,887
Sources: Incidence data were collected from the individual states and include the number of newly diagnosed cases during 2000; US
Tuberculosis/Hepatitis/Chlamydia/Gonorrhea/Syphilis data from MMWR Summary of Notifiable Diseases, US 2000; AIDS data from
CDC HIV Surveillance
Syphilis refers to primary and secondary syphilis only.
*For HIV and AIDS, US Total includes territory information
-- data not available
+ HIV data represent 34 states, Guam and the Virgin Islands
Table 35: INCIDENCE RATE OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES IN WOMEN: 2000
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
N Carolina
S Carolina
Tennessee
Hepatitis
A
B
1.3 1.4
2.8 2.7
2.7 3.1
0.7 1.4
3.7 3.4
1.9 2.1
--1.7 3.2
C
0.0
0.3
-0.7
7.5
0.3
-1.4
Region IV
--
--
--
4.1
US Total*+
3.9
2.1
0.8
4.3
Tuberculosis
4.0
4.4
5.5
2.2
3.9
3.6
3.9
4.0
Sexually Transmitted Infections
Chlamydia Gonorrhea Syphilis AIDS HIV
598.8
260.7
2.7 --331.9
129.5
2.0 19.1 28.7
576.0
227.1
3.8 8.0 -312.9
83.5
2.0 1.8 ------457.8
207.9
5.7 4.2
7.9
497.0
228.8
4.6 11.1 15.6
399.0
183.0
8.5 5.9
9.8
-392.8
--
--
124.8
-1.7
7.3
-8.1
Sources: Identified in Table 34; Population – US Census Bureau. Census 2000.
Rates estimated based on incidence data provided by the states per 100,000 total female population, 2000.
Syphilis refers to primary and secondary syphilis only.
*For HIV and AIDS, US Total includes territory information
-- data not available
+ HIV data represent 34 states, Guam and the Virgin Islands
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Healthy People 2010 establishes the following objectives for hepatitis A, tuberculosis,
gonorrhea, syphilis, and AIDS:
•
•
•
•
•
Hepatitis A – reduce to no more than 4.5 cases per 100,000 persons; all of the Region IV
states meet this objective for females;
Tuberculosis – reduce to no more than 1 per 100,000 persons; none of the females in the
region meet this objective, although all states other than Florida and Georgia are below
the national rate;
Gonorrhea – reduce to no more than 19 cases per 100,000 persons;
Syphilis – reduce primary and secondary syphilis to fewer than 0.20 cases per 100,000
persons; none of the states in Region IV come close to this objective, but the rates shown
here for syphilis would appear to be suspect since their within-region variation is over a
factor of 4;
AIDS – confine actual incidence to no more than 1 per 100,000 persons.
Chlamydia infection is the most commonly diagnosed sexually transmitted infection. Figure 11
presents county-level crude rates for Chlamydia. As can be seen, no data were available for
Mississippi or Kentucky at the county level. National data are from the CDC’s Morbidity and
Mortality Weekly Report.
Figure 11: FEMALE CHLAMYDIA RATES IN REGION IV: 2000
KY
( Nashville-Davidson
!
Memphis !
(
TN
Charlotte
(
!
NC
Atlanta
!
(
MS
AL
SC
GA
( Jacksonville
!
No Data
0.0 - 353.5
353.6 - 432.1
432.2 +
FL
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Table 36 shows the rate of AIDS per 100,000 females by race and ethnicity to the extent these
data were reported. As noted, rates are substantially higher for black females than the other
racial groups. Nationally, over 50 percent of all AIDS cases are among black and Hispanic
persons, who make up only 21 percent of the national population. 34 As such, black and Hispanic
populations are disproportionately affected by HIV and AIDS across the nation. These are
consistent with Region IV findings, where state-by-state the black and Hispanic incidence of
female AIDS is much greater than for white females. For example, black females in Florida had
1,079 of the 1,560 female cases reported (69 percent), although they only comprise 14.8 percent
of the female population in the state. In Georgia, black females make up 29.9 percent of the
female population, but reported 289 out of 332 female AIDS cases in the state (87 percent).
Table 36: INCIDENCE RATE OF AIDS IN WOMEN, BY RACE/ETHNICITY: 2000
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
N Carolina
S Carolina
Tennessee
Region IV
US Total*
Female AIDS Incidence per 100,000 Females
Asian/
American
Total White Black
Pacific Hispanic
Indian
Islander
------19.1
3.9 88.0
4.2
1.3
9.9
8.0
1.3 23.1
0.0
-3.4
1.8
1.1 10.3
0.0
5.8
0.0
------4.2
1.0 14.5
7.8
1.6
2.0
11.1
1.6 32.1
0.0
4.7
5.2
5.9
1.4 27.8
0.0
0.0
2.0
--
-7.3
-1.7
--
35.6
-5.4
-1.4
9.7
Sources: Identified in Table 34; Population – US Census Bureau. Census 2000.
Rates estimated based on incidence data provided by the states per 100,000 total female population, 2000.
* US Total includes territory information
Note: Fewer than 50,000 American Indian females reside in each state in the region except North
Carolina, and fewer than 50,000 Asian/Pacific Islander and Hispanic females reside in Alabama,
Kentucky, Mississippi, South Carolina and Tennessee; therefore, rates may be unreliable.
Table 37 shows the Tuberculosis rates by race. However, due to the low incidence rates and
small populations, the racial disparities must be interpreted cautiously.
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Table 37: INCIDENCE RATE OF TUBERCULOSIS IN WOMEN: 2000
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
N Carolina
S Carolina
Tennessee
Female Tuberculosis Incidence per 100,000 Females
Total White
Black American Asian/ Pacific Hispanic
Indian
Islander
4.0
2.1
8.5
0.0
21.3
12.2
4.4
1.7
14.6
4.2
14.4
4.8
5.5
1.5
11.0
0.0
29.4
10.7
2.2
2.0
3.8
0.0
11.6
0.0
3.9
2.8
5.3
0.0
27.9
6.0
3.6
1.6
8.8
0.0
19.6
7.9
3.9
1.4
8.0
0.0
41.3
10.4
4.0
2.4
10.1
0.0
12.0
11.9
Region IV
4.1
--
--
--
--
--
US Total
4.3
1.2
10.3
9.1
27.2
8.4
Sources: Identified in Table 34; US rates by race – CDC, Reported TB in US, 2000; Population – US Census
Bureau. Census 2000.
Rates estimated based on incidence data provided by the states per 100,000 total female population, 2000.
Hispanic females may be of any race.
Note: Fewer than 50,000 American Indian females reside in each state in the region except North Carolina;
fewer than 50,000 Asian/Pacific Islander and Hispanic females reside in Alabama, Kentucky, Mississippi,
South Carolina, and Tennessee; therefore, rates may be unreliable.
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6.0 INDICATORS OF MENTAL HEALTH OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
Very few measures of women’s mental health are available at the county and state levels because
of a lack of necessary data. The chapter on prevention (Chapter 9) discusses the results of
behavioral surveys that bear on this issue, and a few findings from those surveys are included in
this chapter.
Typically, the focus on mental health is on diagnoses such as depression, anxiety, and bipolar
disorders. Because these are not reportable diseases, and there is no formal mechanism to collect
information from individual practitioner offices, consistent state and local data are not available
on these and the many other related mental illnesses. Moreover, the kinds of information
available at the state level are collected from delivery systems that receive funding from the state
and federal agencies. This poses two types of problems. One is a form of sample bias, in that
individuals who use these agencies may not be broadly representative of the population as a
whole. The second type of problem is that different jurisdictions collect these data according to
different schemes, with some using CPT billing codes, some using DSM IV codes, or still other
schemes. Even after trying to reconcile different coding systems among states, the only mental
health data that is systematically available is for the subset of population that seeks care from
delivery systems that receive state or federal funding (e.g., Community Mental Health Centers –
CMHCs).
6.1 BEHAVIORAL MEASURES OF MENTAL ILLNESSES
Surveys provide good measures of the mental health of the Region IV population. Table 38
presents data from the 2001 Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, or BRFSS. Women 18
Table 38: INDICATORS OF MENTAL HEALTH IN FEMALES 18 YEARS AND OVER (AGEADJUSTED): 2001
Poor Mental Health*
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
N Carolina
S Carolina
Tennessee
19.9
14.1
16.6
21.3
17.0
13.9
15.4
13.6
Region IV
15.7
US Total
15.7
Region:US
1.00
Source: CDC, 2001 BRFSS
* Percent responding mental health not good on 8 or more days of the last 30.
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years of age and older were asked about the number of days in the recent month their mental
health was poor. The regional and national percentages are seen to be the same, and half of the
states in the region are above the regional and national percentages while the other half are below
both the regional and national values.
The second segment, shown in Table 39, presents data for teenage females from the 2001 Youth
Risk Behavior Survey, or YRBS. Several indicators among the series of questions posed to the
respondents focused on suicide. The data shown in the table reflect the percentage of young
women responding that they had felt sad or hopeless for an extended period of time, had
considered suicide, had made a suicide plan, had attempted suicide, and had required medical
attention for a suicide attempt. No region-wide average is presented because Georgia did not
participate in the survey in 2001 and certain data are not available for North Carolina, leaving the
regional data lacking.
Table 39: DEPRESSION/SUICIDE INFORMATION REGARDING FEMALE HIGH SCHOOL
STUDENTS: 2001
Felt Sad or
Hopeless^*
Considered
Suicide*
Attempted
Suicide*
17.6
19.4
-19.7
17.4
21.8
19.4
22.0
Made a
Suicide
Plan*
14.3
13.3
-15.7
14.1
-15.1
17.1
10.2
10.0
-9.6
8.5
-11.2
10.7
Required
Medical
Attention*
2.3
3.2
-2.3
2.2
-3.7
2.7
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
North Carolina
South Carolina
Tennessee
33.6
34.7
-31.9
33.1
38.0
32.4
37.8
US Total
34.5
23.6
17.7
11.2
3.1
Source: CDC, 2001 YRBS
Percentage responding positively to questions
^Almost every day for at least two weeks in a row
*During the year preceding the survey
Depression in female high school students is another factor considered in the YRBS survey. To
distinguish between normal reaction to loss or other, non-clinical depression, sadness that
persists at least two weeks is the first criterion for the diagnosis of the depression, according to
the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders – Fourth Edition (DSM-IV),
published by the American Psychiatric Association. Because the feeling most commonly related
to suicidal behavior as a possible result of depression is hopelessness, the YRBS question
examined in Table 39 focuses on extended feelings of sadness or hopelessness and thoughts of
suicide.
Approximately one fifth of high school females in the states that reported and in the national
sample have considered suicide while slightly more than one in ten have tried to commit suicide.
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The values within the region are similar to, but mostly slightly lower than, the national values.
Patterns within the states show decreasing numbers from considering suicide to requiring
medical attention for a suicide attempt. For example, 58 percent of students in Alabama who
reported considering suicide actually attempted it, but only 23 percent of those required medical
attention for a suicide attempt.
Despite the fact that female high school students in the Region IV reporting states considered
suicide at a lower rate than did their survey counterparts nationwide, and attempted suicide at the
same or a lower rate than the nation, there were more completed suicide deaths (per 100,000
females) in the region than in the nation for all females, as shown in Table 40. The suicide rate
for females ages 15 to 19, however, is slightly less in the region than the national rate. Only
Mississippi shows a suicide rate lower than the national average for both age categories.
Georgia, Kentucky, and North Carolina, on the other hand, are higher than the national rate in
both age categories.
Table 40: FEMALE ADOLESCENT AND TOTAL SUICIDE RATES: 2000
Suicide Rate
15-19*
All Ages**
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
N Carolina
S Carolina
Tennessee
1.2
1.4
4.2
5.0
1.7
3.8
0.7
1.6
4.9
5.1
4.4
4.1
3.6
5.5
5.0
5.0
Region IV
2.5
4.9
US Total
2.7
4.0
Region:US
0.93
1.23
Source: NCHS 2000 NVSS Mortality
*Suicides per 100,000 females (ages 15-19) from NCHS, 2000 Mortality Detail File
**Suicides per 100,000 females (all ages) from NCHS, 2000 Mortality Detail File
The final mental health topic addresses self-medication. Rates of smoking among females of
different ages and racial/ethnic groups is explored elsewhere in this report, and these data cannot
be correlated with the data in this chapter on mental disorders. However, a recent study found
that while smoking in populations with serious mental illness (SMI) has been largely ignored in
research, it found that 75 to 85 percent of persons with schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and other
SMI use tobacco. 35 Clinicians report that persons with SMI use tobacco for self-medication
purposes.
35
Ziedonis D, Williams JM, Smelson D. Serious mental illness and tobacco addiction: a model program to address this common
but neglected issue. Am J Med Sci. 2003 Oct;326(4):223-30.
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6.2 MORTALITY MEASURES ASSOCIATED WITH MENTAL HEALTH
The category called mental disorders as used in this report consists of organic dementia and other
organic mental disorders; disorders due to alcohol; disorders due to other substances;
schizophrenia and delusional disorders; mood (affective) disorders; neurotic disorders; mental
retardation; and other mental disorders as classified in the International Classification of
Diseases, Version 10. The specific ICD-10 codes for these disorders are provided in Appendix
A.
These diagnoses only partially represent the problems that typically concern public health and
mental health professionals interested in the mental health status of women and minorities. As
noted, there are gaps in the data available to examine this vital subject.
Deaths caused by mental disorders rank ninth among the leading causes in both the nation and
the region, while ranking from eighth to eleventh in the states in the region. Table 41 presents
the number of deaths from all causes in each state and the number associated with each of the
mental disorder diagnoses based on the selected ICD-10 codes. The data indicate that 2.4 percent
of all female deaths in the region are the result of the specified types of mental disorders and 2.3
percent of all female deaths in the nation are the result of these mental disorders. The
percentages range from a low of 1.2 percent in Mississippi to a high of 2.9 percent in South
Carolina. The percentage of all male deaths due to mental disorders (not shown) is 1.5 in the
region and the nation, and 1.7 in South Carolina. While these numbers indicate a systematic
difference between mental disorder deaths of females and males, the preponderance of females in
the totals reflects their greater longevity as well as other factors.
Table 41: FEMALE DEATHS FROM ALL CAUSES AND SELECTED MENTAL DISORDERS: 2000
Deaths
Mood
from all Organic Other Alcohol Drug Schizo- (Affective) Neurotic Mental
causes Dementia Organic Related Related phrenia Disorders Disorder Retardation
Alabama
22,709
354
69
14
13
4
8
1
5
Florida
80,309
1,648
179
91
38
19
15
2
2
Georgia
32,389
669
27
53
21
6
16
1
2
Kentucky
20,058
326
31
18
7
4
7
2
5
Mississippi
North
Carolina
South
Carolina
14,498
116
27
12
2
3
4
0
2
36,579
775
45
43
21
3
14
3
4
18,237
445
22
28
11
4
9
0
5
Tennessee
27,973
554
30
20
18
6
13
1
3
Region IV
252,752
4,887
430
279
131
49
86
10
28
US Total
1,225,773
23,317
Source: NCHS, 2000 NVSS Mortality
1,582
1,285
807
302
554
43
182
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Table 42 shows the age-adjusted death rates for organic dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. The
reason for considering these causes is that the other causes shown above result in a very small
number of deaths. Organic dementia accounts for over 80 percent of total mental disorder deaths
in the region and the nation.
The Region IV death rates for both diseases are 7 percent greater than the national rates. Half of
the Region IV states have rates for organic dementia higher than the national average, although
there is considerable variation among states. The highest rates of mortality for organic dementia
are found in Georgia and South Carolina, the latter having a rate 50 percent greater than the
national value. The lowest rate by far is in Mississippi, at less than half the national rate.
Table 42: AGE-ADJUSTED FEMALE MORTALITY FROM ORGANIC DEMENTIA AND
ALZHEIMER’S DISEASE: 2000
Organic
Dementia
Alzheimer’s
Disease
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
N Carolina
S Carolina
Tennessee
11.8
12.0
16.6
12.4
6.2
15.9
18.9
15.1
21.8
16.6
23.1
24.1
16.8
26.9
26.9
20.1
Region IV
13.5
20.7
US Total
12.6
19.3
Region:US
1.07
1.07
Sources: NCHS, 2000 NVSS Mortality; US Bureau of the Census 2000.
Rates/100,000 female population.
The highest Alzheimer’s rates are in North and South Carolina, and are 39 percent greater than
the national rate. The lowest rate, in Florida, is 14 percent below the national average. All of the
states in the region other than Florida and Mississippi have rates above the national value for
Alzheimer’s disease. It is interesting to note that these two states are the only two in the region
with both rates below the regional and national averages.
The rates of death from alcohol related disorders (not shown), while based on small numbers of
occurrences, were slightly above the national average. The behavioral data presented in Chapter
9 will show that alcohol usage in young teens was above the national average for half of the
states in Region IV. Students in these states were more likely to have initiated drinking before
age 13, but students in all Region IV states were less likely to be currently binge drinking.
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7.0 REPRODUCTIVE AND MATERNAL HEALTH IN REGION IV
In general, women in Region IV compare equally to women across the nation with regard to
reproductive and maternal health. In 2000, women in Region IV had a higher rate of births to
unmarried women, more preterm and low birthweight births than the national average, higher
teen birth rates, higher rates of primary and repeat C-section deliveries, and a higher percentage
of birth mothers having chronic and pregnancy-related hypertension and eclampsia. However,
there were in the region a lower percentage of women 40 years of age, or older, giving birth, a
lower percentage of birth mothers having cardiac diseases, lung diseases, and diabetes, a lower
3-year average of alcohol consumption than women giving birth across the nation, and a higher
percentage of women getting early prenatal care than the national average.
Although many of the reproductive and maternal health indicators in Region IV are favorable
relative to national averages, it must be noted that many of the national averages are well-above
those recommended by public health practitioners. Both region and state averages mask pockets
of problem behavior/outcomes at county and city levels. For example, while the percentage of
Region IV woman using alcohol during pregnancy is below the national average as shown later
in the chapter, the rate in a number of counties is higher than the national average.
Also, as noted, a higher percentage of Region IV birth mothers smoked or used other tobacco
products during pregnancy. Nationally, slightly more than 12 percent of pregnant women use
tobacco products, and a larger percentage of women of childbearing age smoke or otherwise use
tobacco products. The map in Figure 12 shows that the Region IV counties vary greatly in the
percentage of mothers who smoked during their pregnancies. As noted in Healthy People 2010,
among the consequences of smoking during pregnancy are spontaneous abortions, low
birthweight births, and SIDS. One of the Healthy People 2010 objectives is to reduce tobacco
use by pregnant women to no more than one percent. One most obvious way to improve the
incidence of adverse outcomes such as infant mortality, low birthweight, and other complications
is to reduce the number of smokers in the maternal population. According to the CDC, the
number of low birthweight infants is 66 percent higher among smokers than non-smokers. There
is no “safe” level of smoking - even among pregnant women who smoked as few as 1-5
cigarettes per day the incidence of low birthweight was 56 percent higher than for non-smokers.
Rates of smoking have fallen steadily since 1989, but smoking continues to be an issue,
particularly in rural areas. 36
With regard to Figure 12, it is interesting to note that the smoking percentage among pregnant
women is lower in the major metropolitan counties than in the rural counties. As noted on the
figure, the lighter colors on the counties containing Nashville, Memphis, Atlanta, Jacksonville,
Miami, Columbia, SC, Raleigh, NC, etc. indicate percentages below the regional and national
values, while the preponderant number of rural counties are above the regional value. This
finding is similar across the nation. The range used on the map is ten percent above and below
the national average – this tight range was selected since the Healthy People 2010 goal is so
much lower than both the regional and national percentages (i.e., one percent).
36
Martin JA, et. al. Births: final data for 2000, National Vital Statistics Reports CDC, February 12, 2002, Volume 50, Number 5.
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Figure 12: PERCENT OF PREGNANT WOMEN USING TOBACCO PRODUCTS IN REGION IV: 19982000
KY
(
!
Nashville-Davidson
Memphis TN
(
!
(
!
(
!
MS
AL
Atlanta
NC
Charlotte
SC
GA
Jacksonville
(
!
FL
0 - 11.3%
11.4% - 13.8%
13.9% +
Miami
(
!
Source: NCHS, 1998-2000 Natality Detail File
(Region 13%, Nation 12.5%)
7.1 BIRTHS AND REPRODUCTIVE RATES
Many of the indicators presented in this chapter use the number of live births as the denominator
for rates, rather than the total female population as in previous chapters. Table 43 presents the
births and birth rates for all females in the region, and by state. National figures are presented
for comparison.
Table 43 shows that women in the region have slightly lower birth and fertility rates than the
averages for women nationally. With the exceptions of women in Georgia, Mississippi and
North Carolina, the states exhibit lower values in both categories. The highest birth and fertility
rates are in Georgia. With the exception of Florida, all of the reporting states in the region have
lower pregnancy rates than the national average; the lowest rate is in Kentucky.
7.2 BIRTHS BY MOTHER’S RACE/ETHNICITY
As is true across the nation, birth rates in the region vary by the race and ethnicity of the mother.
Table 44 shows that the majority of births in Region IV, 70.6 percent, are to white females. As
was noted in the demographics discussion (Chapter 3), the region is comprised of approximately
the same percentage of white women as the national average, and this is reflected in the relative
numbers of births by race.
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Table 43: BIRTHS, BIRTH RATES, FERTILITY RATES, AND PREGNANCY RATES: 2000
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
N Carolina
S Carolina
Tennessee
Total
Births
63,299
204,125
132,644
56,029
44,075
120,311
56,114
79,611
Birth
Rate*
14.2
12.8
16.2
13.9
15.5
14.9
14.0
14.0
Fertility
Rate**
65.2
63.3
69.9
63.1
69.4
67.5
63.5
63.7
Region IV
756,208
14.2
65.6
4,058,814
14.4
65.9
US Total
Pregnancy
Rate***
77.9
91.3
85.7
68.7
-82.9
75.3
76.6
-87.7
Sources: Births: NCHS, 2000 Natality Detail File;
Abortions and Fetal Deaths were collected from the states
* Births per 1,000 total population
** Births per 1,000 women of childbearing age (15-44)
*** Births + Abortions + Fetal Deaths per 1,000 women of childbearing age (15-44)
Table 44: NUMBER OF BIRTHS BY RACE/ETHNICITY OF MOTHER: 2000
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
N Carolina
S Carolina
Tennessee
Total
Births
63,299
204,125
132,644
56,029
44,075
120,311
56,114
79,611
White
42,061
150,608
84,646
50,216
23,540
86,428
35,341
61,224
Black
20,512
47,367
44,161
5,127
19,893
29,369
19,734
16,909
American
Indian
182
1,129
303
75
248
1,740
188
154
Asian/Pac
Islander
544
5,021
3,534
611
394
2,774
851
1,324
Hispanic
1,901
45,856
13,363
1,089
623
12,557
2,261
3,220
Region IV
756,208
534,064
203,072
4,019
15,053
80,870
4,058,814
3,194,005
622,598
41,668
200,543
815,868
18.6%
16.7%
32.6%
9.6%
7.5%
9.9%
US Total
Region IV %
of US
Source: NCHS, 2000 Natality Detail File
Females of Hispanic origin may be of any race.
The birth and fertility rates shown in Table 45 display the differences in childbearing rates by
race. No one state has consistently higher birth rates for all races. While the birth rates for
American Indian women appear to differ greatly, it is noted that the actual numbers of births in
this race category are quite small, less than one percent of the births in the region.
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Table 45: BIRTH AND FERTILITY RATES BY RACE/ETHNICITY OF MOTHER: 2000
Birth Rate*
Black
AI
17.6
7.2
19.2 17.0
18.4 11.3
16.7
7.7
19.1 19.7
16.5 16.3
16.4 12.0
17.8
8.9
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
N Carolina
S Carolina
Tennessee
Total
14.2
12.8
16.2
13.9
15.5
14.9
14.0
14.0
White
13.1
11.5
15.2
13.6
13.3
14.3
12.8
13.1
Region IV
14.2
13.1
18.0
US Total
14.4
13.9
Region: US
0.99
0.94
Fertility Rate**
White Black
AI
63.1
71.2 29.0
59.8
78.4 73.6
69.4
71.4 47.6
62.5
70.5 32.0
64.2
76.7 81.3
67.2
67.6 68.4
61.1
67.9 48.8
61.7
71.8 37.8
A/PI
15.2
15.9
18.4
17.9
18.9
21.4
20.5
20.6
Hisp
25.1
17.1
30.7
18.2
15.7
33.1
23.8
26.0
Total
65.2
63.3
69.9
63.1
69.4
67.5
63.5
63.7
A/PI
54.7
58.7
65.9
63.1
67.5
76.7
73.4
73.2
Hisp
113.8
73.3
134.1
88.0
75.6
144.8
107.2
118.6
14.3
18.0
20.8
65.6
63.3
72.4
60.2
65.3
90.1
17.0
14.0
17.1
23.1
65.9
65.3
70.0
58.7
65.8
95.9
1.06
1.02
1.05
0.90
1.00
0.97
1.03
1.03
0.99
0.94
Females of Hispanic origin may be of any race.
Source: Births- NCHS, 2000 Natality Detail File; Population- US Bureau of the Census, 2000 Census.
* Births per 1,000 total population.
** Births per 1,000 women of childbearing age (15-44).
Females of Hispanic origin may be of any race.
Note: Fewer than 50,000 females of child bearing age reside as follows: American Indian/Aleut/Eskimo and Asian/Pacific Islander females in
each state in the region; and Hispanic females in Alabama, Kentucky, Mississippi, South Carolina and Tennessee; therefore, rates may be
unreliable.
Fertility rates for Hispanic women in Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina and
Tennessee exceed the regional fertility rate by 19 to 61 percent, and yet the regional fertility rate
is 6 percent lower than the national fertility rate for Hispanic women. This is best explained by
the state of Florida which contributes over half the number of births to Hispanic women to the
regional total but which also has a lower fertility rate –19 percent lower than the regional rate.
When compared to fertility rates in the US, the rural and urban fertility rates in the region are
higher, while the metropolitan rate is lower. The rural fertility rate in Region IV is 63.9 versus
the US rural rate of 62.0. The metropolitan fertility rate in the region is 65.0, compared to the
US metropolitan rate of 66.3. In both cases, the rates are within 3 percent of the national values.
7.3 BIRTHS BY MOTHERS’ AGE
Black females under the age of 15 gave birth at a higher rate than the national average for that
racial group. And, as noted, women over 40 years of age had a lower birth rate than the national
average. The age at which a mother gives birth is seen as a predictor of birth outcomes. The
material below examines the findings in Region IV.
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7.3.1 Teen Mothers
Very young teenage mothers are somewhat more likely to have low birthweight infants than are
birth mothers in the 18 to19 age group. Nationally, births to teen mothers are decreasing. The
number of births to teenage mothers by age and race/ethnicity are shown in Table 46.
Table 46: BIRTHS TO TEEN MOTHERS BY AGE AND RACE/ETHNICITY: 2000
<15 Years
White
Alabama
61
Black
138
AI
15-17 Years
A/PI
1
Hisp
White
1
8
1,725
Black
1,657
AI
18-19 Years
A/PI
11
Hisp
White
10
122
3,563
Black
AI
A/PI
2,723
24
14
Hisp
183
Florida
217
306
4
4
124
5,018
3,530
59
41
2,022
10,547
5,725
113
133
3,459
Georgia
104
288
2
2
42
3,044
3,002
18
50
699
6,569
5,211
24
76
1,305
96
34
0
0
6
2,010
385
1
7
50
4,651
690
8
23
144
Kentucky
Mississippi
30
205
2
0
3
1,020
1,874
26
8
34
2,137
2,922
25
16
46
N Carolina
128
201
5
3
49
2,775
2,125
127
60
660
6,414
3,496
233
123
1,336
S Carolina
64
143
0
1
12
1,273
1,618
13
17
128
2,811
2,599
16
35
233
Tennessee
93
132
1
0
9
2,374
1,373
4
26
191
5,374
2,258
12
37
345
Region IV
793
1,447
15
11
253 19,239 15,564
259
219
3,906
42,066 25,624
455
457
7,051
4,439
3,808
160
112
US Total
Region IV
% of US
2,638 106,786 44,618 2,897
17.9% 38.0% 9.4% 9.8% 9.6%
Females of Hispanic origin may be of any race.
Source: NCHS, 2000 Natality Detail File
18.0% 34.9% 8.9%
2,908 48,423 226,227 74,336 5,158 6,060 81,046
7.5%
8.1%
18.6% 34.5% 8.8%
7.5%
8.7%
Examination of the percentage of births to teenagers as compared to the total number of births in
the respective racial/ethnic category, as shown in Table 47, provides a more useful perspective.
White teenage mothers below the age of 15 represent one tenth of a percent of the total white
births in the region, black teenagers constitute 0.7 percent, and so on. Note the very small
number of minority births in the region – there were only 15 to American Indian mothers under
the age of 15, and only 11 to Asian/Pacific Islander under 15. There were 253 such births to
young Hispanic teens, which constitute 0.3 percent of the total Hispanic births. In the 15 to17
category, white and black teenagers exhibit higher birth rates than the national values, while
Asian/Pacific Islander rates are equal, and American Indian and Hispanic teen pregnancy rates
are 9 and 19 percent below the national values, respectively. These findings are similar to
mothers 18 to19 years of age.
Asian/Pacific Islander and white females gave birth later, on average, than black, American
Indian, and Hispanic women. This may be seen more clearly in Figure 13 which shows the
percent of total births within each racial/ethnic group that occur at each age interval. In all racial
categories the cumulative number of births exceeds 99.7 percent by 44 years of age.
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Table 47: PERCENT OF BIRTHS TO TEEN MOTHERS BY RACE/ETHNICITY: 2000
<15 Years
White Black
AI
15-17 Years
A/PI
Hisp
White
Black
AI
Hisp
White
Black
13.3
12.1
11.8
13.5
14.7
11.9
13.2
13.4
AI
13.2
10.0
7.9
10.7
10.1
13.4
8.5
7.8
A/PI
Hisp
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
N Carolina
S Carolina
Tennessee
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.2
0.1
0.1
0.2
0.2
0.7
0.6
0.7
0.7
1.0
0.7
0.7
0.8
0.5
0.4
0.7
0.0
0.8
0.3
0.0
0.6
0.2
0.1
0.1
0.0
0.0
0.1
0.1
0.0
0.4
0.3
0.3
0.6
0.5
0.4
0.5
0.3
4.1
3.3
3.6
4.0
4.3
3.2
3.6
3.9
8.1
7.5
6.8
7.5
9.4
7.2
8.2
8.1
1.8
0.8
1.4
1.1
2.0
2.2
2.0
2.0
6.4
4.4
5.2
4.6
5.5
5.3
5.7
5.9
8.5
7.0
7.8
9.3
9.1
7.4
8.0
8.8
2.6
2.6
2.2
3.8
4.1
4.4
4.1
2.8
9.6
7.5
9.8
13.2
7.4
10.6
10.3
10.7
Region IV
0.1
0.7 0.4
0.1
0.3
3.6
7.7 6.4 1.5
4.8
7.9 12.6 11.3 3.0
8.7
US Total
0.1
0.6 0.4
0.1
0.3
3.3
7.2 7.0 1.5
5.9
7.1 11.9 12.4 3.0
9.9
Region: US
6.0
5.2
5.9
1.3
10.5
7.3
6.9
2.6
A/PI
18-19 Years
1.00 1.17 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.09 1.07 0.91 1.00 0.81 1.11 1.06 0.91 1.00 0.88
Source: NCHS, 2000 NVSS Natality Detail File
Females of Hispanic origin may be of any race.
Figure 13: PERCENT BIRTHS BY MOTHER’S AGE AND RACE/ETHNICITY IN REGION IV: 2000
100%
90%
80%
70%
White
Black
AI
A/PI
Hisp
60%
50%
40%
30%
20%
10%
0%
< 15
15 - 17
18 - 19
20 - 24
25 - 44
Females of Hispanic origin may be of any race.
Source: NCHS, 2000 Natality Detail File
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It is also interesting to consider the distribution of teen births at the county level. As was noted,
the region compares poorly with the nation as a whole. Figure 14 shows the teen birth rate for
mothers between the ages of 15 and 17.
Figure 14: TEEN BIRTH RATE (AGES 15 TO 17) IN REGION IV: 1998-2000
KY
Nashville-Davidson
(
!
(
!
Memphis TN
Charlotte
(
!
Atlanta
SC
(
!
AL
MS
NC
GA
Jacksonville
(
!
(Suppressed)
0 - 25.3
25.4 - 31.0
31.1 +
FL
Miami
(
!
Source: NCHS, 1998-2000 Natality Detail Files
(Region 34.8, Nation 28.2)
In this map, rates have been suppressed in counties where the three-year average number of
births is fewer than five. As can be seen, the birth rates to mothers 15 to 17 are generally lower
in the major metropolitan areas. However, as also shown, the teen birth rate in almost all
counties across the region is more than ten percent greater than the national rate.
Another issue of concern for the health status of women is the number of teens having more than
one child. Table 48 shows that the regional percent for Black and American Indian teens is
slightly higher than the national average. Black teens have a rate greater than or equal to the
national average for every state but North and South Carolina. The percentage for white teens is
equivalent for the region and nation, and the percentages for Hispanic and Asian/Pacific Islander
teens are lower than the national average.
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Table 48: PERCENT TEEN MOTHERS WITH AT LEAST ONE CHILD WHEN GIVING BIRTH BY
RACE/ETHNICITY: 2000
All Women
White
American
Indian
Black
Asian/Pac
Islander
Hispanic
Alabama
22.5
19.2
26.4
22.2
20.0
26.5
Florida
21.4
18.6
26.1
26.7
11.2
21.1
Georgia
23.6
20.8
26.8
15.9
21.1
22.7
Kentucky
20.8
20.1
25.2
0.0
20.0
24.5
Mississippi
25.0
20.3
28.1
20.8
12.5
24.1
N Carolina
22.0
19.8
25.0
28.8
26.3
22.4
S Carolina
21.5
19.4
23.6
10.3
15.1
19.9
Tennessee
22.0
18.7
29.0
23.5
21.0
19.3
Region IV
22.3
19.5
26.3
25.4
19.1
21.7
US Total
21.1
19.6
25.1
23.4
19.4
23.2
Region: US
1.06
0.99
1.05
1.09
0.98
0.94
Source: NCHS, 2000 Natality Detail File.
Females of Hispanic origin may be of any race.
Note: Fewer than 50,000 teen females with at least one child reside in any state in the region; therefore, rates may be unreliable.
7.3.2 Births to Older Women
Region IV women had slightly fewer children after reaching the age of 40 than the national
average (see Table 49). This pattern is consistent across all racial categories, except American
Indians, whose percentage is equivalent to the national average. For each of the other races, the
percentage of women giving birth after the age of 40 was between 6 and 21 percent lower than
women across the nation. Further, this finding confirms the race-specific characteristics earlier
in this chapter.
Table 47 shows that both white and Asian/Pacific Islander women had fewer children in the 1517 and the 18-19 age categories than the other ethnic groups. They also had a higher percentage
of total births in the 40-plus age group than the other groups. Finally, black women exhibited
higher percentages in the teen categories, and correspondingly lower percentages in the 40-plus
age group.
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Table 49: PERCENT OF BIRTHS TO WOMEN 40 YEARS AND OLDER: 2000
All Women
White
American
Indian
Black
Asian/Pac
Islander
Hispanic
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
N Carolina
S Carolina
Tennessee
1.3
2.4
1.8
1.4
1.3
1.7
1.6
1.4
1.4
2.5
1.9
1.4
1.4
1.8
1.7
1.5
1.1
2.0
1.5
1.3
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.2
1.6
1.7
3.0
0.0
1.6
1.1
1.6
3.2
1.3
3.2
2.7
2.6
1.5
2.8
1.4
2.6
1.2
2.1
1.1
0.6
1.8
1.0
0.8
0.9
Region IV
1.8
1.9
1.5
1.6
2.8
1.6
US Total
2.3
2.4
1.8
1.6
3.3
1.7
0.78
0.79
0.83
1.00
0.85
0.94
Region: US
Persons of Hispanic origin may be of any race and are also included in the appropriate race category.
Source: NCHS, 2000 Natality Detail File
Note: Fewer than 50,000 women over 40 years of age gave birth in any state in the region; therefore rates may be unreliable.
7.4 BIRTHS TO UNMARRIED WOMEN
Nationally, births to unmarried women have increased in recent years. Births to unmarried
women are displayed in Table 50 as a percentage of total births to women of the same race. In
2000, white, American Indian, Asian/Pacific Islander and Hispanic women in the region were
unmarried at the time of delivery at rates lower than the national average for their racial/ethnic
groups. Nationally and regionally, over two-thirds of black births are to unwed mothers, and
roughly one-half of American Indian births are to unmarried women, even though there are
fewer in the region than in the nation. Region IV women as a whole are 10 percent more likely
to be unmarried when giving birth than the national average.
For all states, Asian/Pacific Islander women had the lowest rate of births to unmarried women;
this is also true at the national level. What is even more telling is that the percentage of unwed
Asian/Pacific Islander mothers at the regional level is 45 percent less than the percentage of
unwed white mothers, 80 percent less than black mothers, 72 percent less than American Indian
mothers, and 65 percent less than Hispanic mothers.
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Table 50: PERCENT OF BIRTHS TO UNMARRIED WOMEN BY RACE/ETHNICITY: 2000
All Women
White
Black
American
Indian
Asian/Pac
Islander
Hispanic
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
N Carolina
S Carolina
Tennessee
34.3
38.2
37.0
31.0
46.0
33.3
39.8
34.5
18.0
29.7
22.7
26.9
21.7
22.5
23.0
24.6
68.1
67.5
66.4
73.4
75.1
65.8
70.9
72.3
35.7
52.6
24.4
26.7
62.1
55.3
39.9
37.0
13.6
14.0
12.0
14.7
17.5
13.0
16.9
14.4
24.8
38.3
38.0
37.4
40.3
42.7
37.8
39.7
Region IV
36.6
24.9
68.7
49.8
13.7
38.7
US Total
33.2
27.1
68.5
58.4
14.8
42.7
Region: US
1.10
0.92
1.00
0.85
0.93
0.91
Females of Hispanic origin may be of any race.
Source: NCHS, 2000 Natality Detail File
Note: Fewer than 50,000 females of child bearing age reside as follows: American Indian/Aleut/Eskimo and Asian/Pacific Islander
females in each state in the region; and Hispanic females in Alabama, Kentucky, Mississippi, South Carolina and Tennessee;
therefore, rates may be unreliable.
7.5 INDICATORS OF BIRTH OUTCOMES BY RACE/ETHNICITY
This section presents information on the results of the pregnancy and birthing periods. Together
these indicators represent the status of reproductive experience in the region in 2000 and
establish a baseline for future assessments. The specific issues detailed are: pre-term births, low
birthweight births, method of delivery, multiple births, and abnormal outcomes of the newborn.
7.5.1 Preterm Births by Race/Ethnicity of Mother
Table 51 presents the findings with regard to preterm births. Preterm births are defined as births
occurring prior to 37 weeks of gestation. For the most populous minority groups, black and
Hispanic, Region IV and the national averages are almost identical. Asian/Pacific Islander
women have the lowest percentage of preterm births in the region and in the nation, though the
regional percentage is higher than the national average. Black women have the highest
percentage of preterm births in Region IV and in the nation. All races in the region except
Hispanic have a higher percentage of preterm births than their national averages. Although
preterm births have been steadily increasing rather than decreasing for over a decade, a Healthy
People 2010 objective is to reduce the incidence of preterm births to no more than 7.6 per 100
live births. As noted in the table, no racial group in any of the states achieves this target.
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Table 51: PRETERM BIRTH RATE BY RACE/ETHNICITY OF MOTHER: 2000
All
Women
15.0
12.4
12.0
12.7
16.2
13.0
13.6
13.5
White
12.5
10.9
10.4
12.0
12.9
11.2
11.3
12.1
Black
20.3
17.3
15.2
19.4
20.4
18.3
17.9
18.9
American
Indian
18.8
12.8
12.9
12.0
15.3
13.5
14.5
8.4
Asian/Pac
Islander
9.9
11.1
9.0
10.5
11.4
11.4
10.6
11.2
Hispanic
12.3
11.5
8.9
12.3
12.6
11.2
11.8
12.2
Region IV
13.1
11.3
17.9
13.4
10.6
11.1
US Total
11.6
10.6
17.3
12.7
9.9
11.2
Region: US
1.13
1.07
1.03
1.06
1.07
0.99
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
N Carolina
S Carolina
Tennessee
Females of Hispanic origin may be of any race.
Source: NCHS, 2000 Natality Detail File
Births occurring prior to 37 weeks of gestation per 100 live births.
Healthy People 2010 goal is no more than 7.6 preterm births per 100 live births.
Note: Fewer than 50,000 females of child bearing age reside as follows: American Indian/Aleut/Eskimo and Asian/Pacific
Islander females in each state in the region; and Hispanic females in Alabama, Kentucky, Mississippi, South Carolina and
Tennessee; therefore, rates may be unreliable.
7.5.2 Low Birthweight Births by Race and Ethnicity of Mother
The risk of early death increases as birthweight declines. Twenty-five percent of very low
birthweight newborns (less than 1500 grams), 2 percent of low birthweight newborns (less than
2500 grams) and only 0.03 percent of newborns weighing 2500 grams and over will by die by
age one. 37 The number of low birthweight newborns is linked in part with the increase in
multiple births – multiple births are much more likely to result in low birthweight births –
associated with the use of fertility drugs. The rate of twinning, for example, has risen 55 percent
since 1990. As noted earlier, the high rate of smoking during pregnancy is another contributing
factor to low birthweight births. Further, low birthweight rates tend to be highest for the
youngest (under 15 years of age) and the oldest mothers (over 44 years). 38
Table 52 presents the findings with regard to low birthweight and very low birthweight births
within the region. The data are shown as a percentage of total births for each racial/ethnic
category. Hispanic women in the region had a slightly smaller percentage of low birthweight
births and an equal percentage of very low birthweight births when compared to the nation. All
other races had higher percentages of low and very low birthweight births when compared to
women of the same race in the nation. It is of interest to note that black women in the region and
in the nation as a whole both had 13 percent of actual births considered low birthweight.
37
38
National Vital Statistics Reports, Ibid.
Ibid.
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Table 52: PERCENT LOW BIRTHWEIGHT AND VERY LOW BIRTHWEIGHT BIRTHS BY
RACE/ETHNICITY OF MOTHER: 2000
Low Birthweight Births
Total White Black AI A/PI Hisp
Very Low Birthweight Births
Total White Black AI
A/PI Hisp
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
N Carolina
S Carolina
Tennessee
9.7
8.0
8.6
8.2
10.7
8.8
9.7
9.2
7.7
6.6
6.6
7.7
7.9
7.1
7.2
7.8
14.0
12.3
12.7
13.7
14.0
13.6
14.2
14.6
7.1
6.0
9.6
9.3
8.1
9.8
10.1
5.8
7.0
8.7
7.4
8.2
5.8
8.5
5.9
7.9
6.5
6.5
5.6
7.3
7.4
6.1
7.4
6.6
2.0
1.5
1.8
1.4
2.2
1.9
2.0
1.7
1.3
1.1
1.1
1.3
1.3
1.4
1.3
1.2
3.4
2.8
3.1
3.0
3.2
3.5
3.3
3.3
1.1
0.4
1.3
0.0
2.4
1.9
1.6
0.6
0.9
1.3
0.8
1.5
0.5
1.3
0.4
1.1
0.9
1.2
0.9
1.7
1.0
1.1
1.4
0.9
Region IV
8.8
7.1
13.3
8.4
8.0
6.3
1.7
1.2
3.2
1.3
1.1
1.1
US Total
7.6
6.5
13.0
6.8
7.3
6.4
1.4
1.1
3.1
1.2
1.0
1.1
1.16
1.09
1.02
1.24 1.10
0.98
1.21
1.09
1.03
1.08
1.10
1.00
Region: US
Source: NCHS, 2000 Natality Detail File
Females of Hispanic origin may be of any race.
Low birthweight is < 2500 grams; very low birthweight is < 1500 grams.
Healthy People 2010 goal: less than 5% low birthweight and less than 0.9% very low birthweight births.
Note: Fewer than 50,000 females of child bearing age reside as follows: American Indian/Aleut/Eskimo and Asian/Pacific Islander females in
each state in the region except Florida; and Hispanic females in Alabama, Kentucky, Mississippi, South Carolina and Tennessee; therefore, rates
may be unreliable.
According to Healthy People 2010, low birthweight is the risk factor most closely associated
with neonatal mortality. As such, improvements in birthweight can substantially reduce the
infant mortality rate. A Healthy People 2010 objective is to reduce low birthweight births to less
than five percent and very low birthweight births to less than one percent of total births.
American Indian, Asian/Pacific Islander, and Hispanic women meet the goal for very low
birthweight births in a few states in the region.
The underlying numbers of very low birthweight births are so small that the results cannot be
examined in too much detail. It is sufficient to note that the percentages are consistent with the
earlier discussion and that on the whole, Region IV patterns are largely consistent with national
averages.
7.5.3 Method of Delivery
The methods of delivery for women in Region IV are similar to the nation, though cesarean
section percentages are slightly higher. As shown in Table 53, each minority category has equal
to or less than the national percentage of vaginal deliveries, and has correspondingly more
primary C-section deliveries. Women in Region IV have a slightly higher percentage of repeat
C-section deliveries in the region as a whole, and American Indian women have a significantly
higher rate. As shown in Table 53 (by combining the percent of primary C-section and repeat
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Table 53: TYPE OF DELIVERY BY RACE/ETHNICITY: 2000
Percent Vaginal Deliveries
Total White Black
73.2
74.7
77.5
75.2
70.6
77.3
74.4
75.1
74.5
75.5
77.0
74.9
72.9
75.6
74.9
75.1
Percent Primary C-Section
AI
A/PI
Hisp
Total White Black
71.8
79.8
79.5
81.3
67.2
74.2
71.8
79.1
76.4
77.1
80.6
79.8
79.9
80.1
81.0
78.4
77.6
72.4
83.5
78.3
77.1
82.5
78.1
78.3
16.4
15.8
14.5
15.5
16.6
15.2
16.1
15.9
16.6
15.9
14.3
15.5
17.5
14.9
16.4
16.0
16.1
15.6
14.8
15.2
15.7
16.0
15.8
15.9
Percent Repeat C-Section
AI
A/PI
Hisp
Total White Black
21.0
11.7
14.6
12.5
19.4
15.4
18.1
8.5
14.9
15.5
14.1
14.0
13.2
14.1
14.0
15.5
12.8
16.6
10.6
14.4
13.8
11.2
14.5
13.4
9.9
9.2
8.1
9.3
11.7
7.9
9.2
8.9
10.2
9.4
8.2
9.3
11.9
7.7
9.2
9.0
9.3
8.8
8.1
9.9
11.5
8.4
9.3
9.1
AI
7.2
8.5
6.0
6.3
13.4
10.4
10.1
12.4
A/PI
8.7
7.4
5.4
6.1
6.9
5.8
5.0
6.1
Hisp
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
N Carolina
S Carolina
Tennessee
73.6
75.0
77.4
75.2
71.7
76.9
74.7
75.1
9.6
11.0
5.9
7.3
9.0
6.4
7.4
8.3
Region IV
75.4 75.3 75.4 75.8 78.9 76.4 15.6 15.6 15.6 14.6 14.7 14.4 9.0 9.0 9.0 9.6 6.4 9.1
US Total
77.1 77.2 75.7 79.8 78.9 77.9 14.3 14.2 15.3 12.0 14.4 12.9 8.6 8.6 9.0 8.2 6.7 9.2
Region: US 0.98 0.98 1.00 0.95 1.00 0.98 1.09 1.10 1.02 1.22 1.02 1.12 1.05 1.05 1.00 1.17 0.96 0.99
Source: NCHS, 2000 Natality Detail File
Females of Hispanic origin may be of any race.
Note: Fewer than 50,000 females of child bearing age reside as follows: American Indian/Aleut/Eskimo and Asian/Pacific Islander females in
each state in the region; and Hispanic females in Alabama, Kentucky, Mississippi, South Carolina and Tennessee; therefore, rates may be unreliable.
C-sections), the US overall C-section rate of deliveries in 2000 was 22.9 while for Region IV it
was 24.6.
Figure 15, the percentage of live births delivered by C-section, shows that the majority of
counties in the region are at or above the national value. That is, most counties are more than 10
percent above the national value of 22 percent of live births delivered by C-section.
7.5.4 Multiple Births
Another factor considered in reproductive outcomes is multiple births. Because a multiple birth
is more likely to result in a low birthweight birth and possible other associated birth problems,
the rate of multiple births is important. Table 54 displays the finding for the region and the
nation. With the exception of births to Asian/Pacific Islander women, the regional rates are less
than the national rates of multiple births. The lowest regional multiple birth rate is for American
Indian women, who also had the fewest total births and the lowest fertility rates. Multiple births
are especially low for American Indian women in Florida, with a rate half that of the nation,
while the rate for American Indian women in South Carolina was 45 percent higher than the
national rate. The South Carolina rate may be influence by the small population size of
American Indian women of childbearing age (fewer than 4,000). Asian/Pacific Islander women
also show great variation between states, with a rate in Mississippi less than one quarter of the
regional rate, although this difference is not statistically signficant. Again, Mississippi has a
small population of Asian/Pacific Islander women of childbearing age (fewer than 6,000).
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Figure 15: PERCENT DELIVERIES BY C-SECTION IN REGION IV: 1998-2000
KY
(Nashville-Davidson
!
(
!
Memphis
TN
Atlanta
SC
(
!
AL
MS
NC
( Charlotte
!
GA
(
!
Jacksonville
FL
0 - 19.7%
19.8% - 24.2%
24.3% +
!Miami
(
Source: NCHS, 1998-2000 Natality Detail Files
(Region 23.6%, Nation 22.0%)
Table 54: MULTIPLE BIRTH RATES BY RACE/ETHNICITY: 2000
All Women
White
Black
American
Indian
Asian/Pac
Islander
Hispanic
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
N Carolina
S Carolina
Tennessee
33.7
29.6
30.4
32.1
31.6
31.0
30.1
30.2
33.7
29.2
28.9
31.2
31.9
31.0
31.2
29.7
34.1
31.9
34.0
42.1
32.1
32.1
29.0
32.8
22.0
10.6
13.2
26.7
16.1
25.3
31.9
13.0
16.5
25.7
22.4
22.9
5.1
23.1
11.8
20.4
18.9
22.9
14.4
21.1
25.7
18.0
21.7
18.6
Region IV
30.7
30.3
32.7
19.4
22.2
20.4
US Total
31.1
31.2
34.0
22.0
21.9
21.0
Region: US
0.99
0.97
0.96
0.88
1.01
0.97
Source: NCHS, 2000 Natality Detail File.
Females of Hispanic origin may be of any race.
Multiple births per 1,000 live births.
Note: Fewer than 50,000 females of child bearing age reside as follows: American Indian/Aleut/Eskimo and Asian/Pacific Islander
females in each state except Florida; and Hispanic females in Alabama, Kentucky, Mississippi, South Carolina and
Tennessee; therefore, rates may be unreliable.
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7.5.5 Abnormal Conditions and Congenital Anomalies of the Newborn
Abnormal birth conditions and congenital anomalies in the region vary considerably according to
the specific condition. Table 55 presents the rates of selected conditions per 1,000 live births. In
most cases the numbers are small. For example, there were 606 cases of anemia reported across
all states in the region, 638 heart conditions, 571 other circulatory problems, and 256 cases of
Down’s syndrome. The region average varies from 44 percent below (other circulatory) to 11
percent above the national rate (assisted ventilation for 30 minutes or more) in these problem
areas, though in general the region experiences fewer problems than nationally.
Table 55: RATES OF SELECTED ABNORMAL BIRTH CONDITIONS AND CONGENITAL
ANOMALIES: 2000
Anemia
Abnormal Birth Conditions^
Assisted Ventilation
Injury
<30 min.
>=30 min.
Congenital
Anomalies#
Heart
Other
Conditions Circulatory
Down's
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
N Carolina
S Carolina
Tennessee
0.47
0.99
1.13
0.71
0.82
0.47
0.82
0.68
1.12
1.04
1.21
1.17
2.04
6.33
3.37
0.86
10.07
18.28
7.39
45.84
13.91
26.27
31.19
55.06
14.20
10.62
7.02
10.42
11.37
10.52
15.08
8.63
0.92
0.70
0.69
1.79
1.18
0.73
1.02
0.89
2.20
0.20
0.90
0.90
0.93
0.26
1.82
0.74
0.41
0.26
0.26
0.55
0.52
0.28
0.41
0.48
Region IV
0.82
2.16
23.19
10.42
0.86
0.77
0.34
US Total
0.98
2.83
22.04
9.40
1.25
1.38
0.47
Region: US
0.84
0.76
1.05
1.11
0.69
0.56
0.72
Source: NCHS, 2000 Natality Detail File
All rates are per 1,000 live births.
^Anemia – hemoglobin level of less than 13.0 g/dL or a hematocrit of less than 39%. Birth Injury – impairment of the infant’s body function
or structure due to adverse influences which occurred at birth.
# Heart malformations – a congenital anomaly of the heart; Other circulatory/respiratory anomalies – other specified anomalies of the
circulatory an respiratory systems, Down’s syndrome – the most common chromosomal defect with most cases resulting from an extra
chromosome (trisomy 21).
The rate for birth injuries in North Carolina appears to be 2.24 times the national average, while
Kentucky’s rate for assisted ventilation less than 30 minutes is 2.08 times the national rate. In
Florida and North Carolina, other circulatory conditions at birth occur at a rate that is less than
one fifth of the national rate. Without confirmation from multiple data sources, and owing to the
problems inherent to small numbers of observations, cautious interpretation is in order regarding
such extreme variation, which could also be artifacts of coding practice in each state’s hospitals.
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7.6 CHARACTERISTICS OF PREGNANT WOMEN
Four out of the eight states in Region IV – Alabama, Florida, North Carolina and South Carolina
– participated in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s 1999 Pregnancy Risk
Assessment Monitoring Systems (PRAMS). The 2000/2001 survey will include these four states
as well as Mississippi and Georgia. Hence, while PRAMS data currently add little regional and
no sub-state information, subsequent updates will provide both added regional and national
information regarding the health status of women giving birth.
7.6.1 Unintended Pregnancies
The 1999 findings show that women in the Region IV states are on the upper end in terms of
unintended pregnancies. Alabama reported 47.4 percent, Florida reported 42.5 percent, North
Carolina, 41.9 percent, and South Carolina, 44.4 percent, and the range of all participating 17
states was from 33.7 to 52.0 percent. In these states and across the nation, the rate of unintended
pregnancies reported by black women was roughly twice that by white women and women of
other racial/ethnic groups.
7.6.2 Abuse During Pregnancy
In terms of physical abuse during pregnancy, while the 17 participating states ranged from 2 to
over 6 percent, North Carolina reported 3.2 percent, Alabama and Florida reported 3.9 percent,
and South Carolina reported 4.9 percent. Again, black women reported roughly twice the rate of
abuse reported by white women.
7.6.3 Education
Women giving birth in Region IV states in 2000 tended to be equally well educated in
comparison with the national average, as is shown in Table 56. Education level is an important
indicator as it is associated with the greater likelihood that the mother will seek early and regular
prenatal care and will be aware of and abstain from behaviors that might be hazardous to the
health of the fetus/newborn. Black and Asian/Pacific Islander women giving birth in Region IV
were 2 and 5 percent more likely to not have completed high school, respectively, than the
national average for their racial/ethnic group. Differences between racial/ethnic groups are far
greater than between regional and national averages within groups. Hispanic women giving birth
are three and a half times as likely to not have completed high school as Asian/Pacific Islander
women giving birth. Hispanic women are also more than twice as likely not to have completed
high school as white and black women.
7.7 HEALTH BEHAVIOR OF PREGNANT WOMEN
The importance of refraining from tobacco use during pregnancy cannot be overstated. As
shown earlier (in Figure 12) Region IV counties with a higher percentages of mothers who
smoke tend to be rural, which is typical of national data as well. Some of the extreme variation
may be attributed to the fact that these areas have small populations and few births; for example,
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Table 56: PERCENT OF WOMEN GIVING BIRTH NOT COMPLETING HIGH SCHOOL BY RACE/
ETHNICITY: 2000
All Women
White
Black
American
Indian
Asian/Pac
Islander
Hispanic
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
N Carolina
S Carolina
Tennessee
20.8
19.1
21.5
19.8
22.9
20.6
18.9
19.6
19.6
17.8
22.5
19.6
19.5
20.4
17.4
18.5
23.7
23.9
20.5
22.9
27.0
21.1
21.7
24.3
23.9
50.5
23.4
12.2
38.9
30.4
35.3
18.2
14.1
8.2
11.7
12.4
16.5
14.8
15.8
11.3
56.5
28.5
61.6
45.5
46.0
63.8
54.3
59.0
Region IV
20.2
19.4
22.8
35.3
11.5
42.1
US Total
20.2
20.2
22.4
29.1
11.0
47.3
Region: US
1.00
0.96
1.02
1.21
1.05
0.89
Source: NCHS, 2000 Natality Detail File
Females of Hispanic origin may be of any race.
Mothers completing less than 12 years of education, adjusted for age – i.e., excludes females under 17 years
Note: Fewer than 50,000 females of child bearing age reside as follows: American Indian/Aleut/Eskimo and Asian/Pacific Islander
females in each state except Florida; and Hispanic females in Alabama, Kentucky, Mississippi, South Carolina and Tennessee;
therefore, rates may be unreliable.
a county with one birth, if it were to a smoking mother, yields a rate of 100 percent. To
moderate the effects of such small numbers, county data are three-year averages and therefore
more reliably indicate systematic differences among these areas. Even then, the range of
variation is substantial. For instance, DeKalb County, Georgia had 358 births to mothers who
smoked (3.4 percent), whereas Owsley County, Kentucky had 27 smoking mothers (45.8
percent).
Additional health conditions and behaviors of pregnant women are examined in Table 57, which
records the percent of women stating that they had specified medical risk factors when they gave
birth. The table also shows the state-level data on tobacco and alcohol usage that was presented
in Figure 12, earlier, and in Figure 16 below. The risk factors presented are: anemia, cardiac
disease, acute or chronic lung disease, diabetes, genital herpes, chronic hypertension, pregnancyassociated hypertension, and eclampsia. Women in the region fared well in the first five
categories of medical risk factors but were higher than the national average with regard to
hypertension and eclampsia. As discussed, in the tobacco and alcohol usage areas the issues are
less clear-cut.
As noted earlier, the Healthy People 2010 objective is to reduce smoking by pregnant women to
no more than one percent. The state-level data provide the following summary information:
•
Women in Kentucky and Tennessee used tobacco products during pregnancy at rates
substantially greater than the national average;
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Table 57: MEDICAL RISK FACTORS, TOBACCO USE AND ALCOHOL CONSUMPTION REPORTED
BY WOMEN GIVING BIRTH: 2000
Percent Mothers Having the Following Risk Factors
Mothers Used
Anemia Cardiac Lung Diabetes Herpes Hyper C Hyper P Eclampsia Tobacco Alcohol
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
N Carolina
S Carolina
Tennessee
3.1
2.8
2.1
1.8
2.6
2.4
2.3
2.7
0.4
0.4
0.2
0.4
0.5
0.5
0.6
0.9
0.7
0.4
0.2
0.8
0.9
0.9
0.8
1.5
2.8
2.5
1.8
3.7
2.6
2.8
3.2
3.7
0.7
1.0
0.9
0.9
0.5
1.3
1.1
0.3
1.3
0.7
0.6
1.2
1.5
1.0
1.0
1.0
4.9
3.8
2.5
6.3
5.4
5.3
4.1
5.7
0.3
0.4
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.7
0.3
12.6
9.5
8.4
24.6
12.3
14.0
12.0
17.0
0.5
0.5
0.7
1.2
0.7
0.6
0.8
0.8
Region IV
2.5
0.4
0.7
2.7
0.9
0.9
4.4
0.5
12.5
0.7
US Total
2.4
0.5
1.2
2.9
0.9
0.8
3.9
0.3
12.2
0.9
1.04
0.80
0.58
0.93
1.00
1.13
1.13
1.67
1.02
0.78
Region: US
Source: NCHS, 2000 Natality Detail File
Hyper C is Chronic Hypertension, Hyper P is Pregnancy-related hypertension
Healthy People 2010 goal: abstaining from smoking is 99%.
•
•
Women in Alabama, Mississippi, and South Carolina used tobacco at a rate similar to the
national rate; and
Women in Florida and Georgia used tobacco at a much lower rate than the current
national rate.
With the exception of Kentucky, state alcohol consumption among mothers is lower than the
national percentage; Alabama and Florida are just over half the national rate. But like tobacco
use, Kentucky posts a much higher percentage of alcohol use among mothers than the other
states in Region IV - 71 percent higher than the regional average.
Figure 16 presents the percentage of pregnant women consuming alcohol by county. The rate of
alcohol use is much lower than was found for tobacco use, both in the region and nationally.
Again, the highest rates are generally associated with rural counties, invoking the small number
problem.
For the 10 counties with the highest rates of alcohol consumption (all in Kentucky), the largest
number was 90 out of 3,529 mothers reporting, giving a percent of 2.6 percent for Fayette,
Kentucky, and the smallest number was 2 out of 54 mothers reporting, or 3.7 percent for Lyon,
Kentucky. Appendices B and C present more details of the state and county-level findings.
Table 58 displays the percentage of women gaining fewer than 16 pounds across the full term of
their pregnancies. These values have been adjusted for gestation period – that is, women with
gestation of less than 37 weeks have been excluded from this computation. Inadequate weight
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Figure 16: PERCENT OF PREGNANT WOMEN CONSUMING ALCOHOL IN REGION IV: 1998-2000
KY
! Nashville-Davidson
(
(
!
TN
Memphis
! Charlotte NC
(
Atlanta
SC
(
!
AL
MS
GA
(
!
Jacksonville
FL
0 - 0.8%
0.9% - 1.1%
1.2% +
( Miami
!
Source: NCHS, 1998-2000 Natality Detail Files
(Region 0.7%, Nation 1.0%)
Table 58: PERCENT OF WOMEN GAINING LESS THAN 16 POUNDS DURING PREGNANCY BY
RACE AND ETHNICITY: 2000
All Women
White
Black
American
Indian
Asian/Pac
Islander
Hispanic
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
N Carolina
S Carolina
Tennessee
13.5
9.5
11.9
11.5
13.7
12.0
14.4
11.6
10.8
8.2
10.1
11.1
10.1
10.3
11.4
10.9
19.8
14.3
16.0
16.5
18.4
17.3
20.5
14.9
14.9
14.6
15.4
11.1
15.0
16.8
15.5
11.5
9.0
6.8
9.5
6.7
11.1
9.5
9.8
8.0
19.2
9.6
14.7
13.3
17.4
16.9
17.4
18.5
Region IV
11.6
9.9
16.8
15.6
8.4
12.4
US Total
10.8
10.0
15.2
15.7
8.6
13.1
Region: US
1.07
0.99
1.11
0.99
0.98
0.95
Source: NCHS, 2000 Natality Detail File
Females of Hispanic origin may be of any race.
Adjusted for gestation period – i.e., excludes preterm births.
Note: Fewer than 50,000 females of child bearing age reside as follows: American Indian/Aleut/Eskimo and Asian/Pacific Islander
females in each state in the region; and Hispanic females in Alabama, Kentucky, Mississippi, South Carolina and Tennessee;
therefore, rates may be unreliable.
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gain by mothers has been associated with low birthweight births in newborns. Despite National
Academy of Sciences weight gain guidelines that vary according to body mass, the data sources
for vital statistics do not permit such examination. However, NCHS and other sources generally
consider adequate weight gain to be a minimum of 16 pounds or more.
With the exception of black women, the percentage of women who failed to gain 16 pounds was
slightly better in the region than across the nation. However, there are other differences by race
within the region: black women were about 70 percent more likely to gain less than 16 pounds
during their pregnancies than white women, and American Indian women were about 58 percent
more likely than white women.
The rate at which women seek prenatal medical care is a key for reducing risk factors as early
prenatal care can help in the management of pre-existing risk factors such as diabetes, anemia, or
herpes and help in identifying new conditions before they can cause problems for the fetus. As
shown in Table 59, women in the region appear to initiate prenatal care at approximately the
same time in their pregnancies as do women of the same racial groups across the nation, with one
exception. Hispanic women in Region IV were slightly more likely to seek prenatal care late or
not at all as compared to the national average. As in other indicators, there are substantial
differences among the racial and ethnic groups.
Table 59: INITIATION OF PRENATAL CARE BY RACE/ETHNICITY: 2000
Prenatal Care Initiated in the First Trimester
Late or No Prenatal Care
All White Black AI
A/PI Hisp
All White Black AI A/PI Hisp
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
N Carolina
S Carolina
Tennessee
82.8
83.7
86.9
86.8
81.3
84.6
79.4
83.1
88.1
86.8
89.8
87.6
88.8
87.7
84.2
86.0
72.0
73.6
81.1
78.6
72.4
75.9
70.9
72.2
75.7
65.4
81.7
83.6
79.8
75.6
78.4
79.5
89.0
88.1
89.8
88.4
83.4
83.0
79.0
83.3
55.8
81.0
77.9
68.0
75.2
68.4
59.1
56.1
3.7
3.5
2.6
2.6
3.9
3.3
5.3
4.2
2.6
2.7
2.0
2.4
2.1
2.5
4.1
3.0
6.1
5.9
3.9
4.5
6.0
5.6
7.5
8.2
3.9
14.3
4.2
2.7
4.9
3.8
5.4
7.3
2.4 18.2
2.3 4.5
1.8 6.1
2.7 9.6
5.6 8.9
3.0 7.6
5.5 13.6
4.6 16.2
Region IV
84.0
87.4
75.0
73.8
86.5
76.2
3.5
2.6
5.8
7.0
2.8
6.4
US Total
83.2
85.0
74.3
69.3
84.0
74.4
3.9
3.3
6.7
8.6
3.3
6.3
Region: US
1.01
1.03
1.01
1.06
1.03
1.02 0.90
0.79
0.87
0.81 0.85 1.02
Source: NCHS, 2000 Natality Detail File
Females of Hispanic origin may be of any race.
Health People 2010 goal: 90% initiate prenatal care during the first trimester.
Note: Fewer than 50,000 females of child bearing age reside as follows: American Indian/Aleut/Eskimo and Asian/Pacific Islander
females in each state except Florida; and Hispanic females in Alabama, Kentucky, Mississippi, South Carolina and Tennessee; therefore,
rates may be unreliable.
White women seek care during the first trimester at the highest rate, followed by Asian/Pacific
Islander, Hispanic, black, and American Indian women. With the exception of Hispanic women,
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a lower percentage of Region IV women had late or no prenatal care as compared to the national
percentages. The Healthy People 2010 objective is to increase prenatal care initiated in the first
trimester to greater than 90 percent. While white and Asian/Pacific Islander women are 3 and 4
percent below this target, black, American Indian, and Hispanic women are 14-17 percent lower.
7.8 BREASTFEEDING
With regard to the percentage of mothers who initiate breastfeeding their infants, women in the
Region IV reporting states were at or below the 17 state average (Alabama = 53%, Florida =
70%, North Carolina = 64%, South Carolina = 53%, 17 states = 69%). As noted, only 17 states
responded to the PRAMS survey in 2000. Healthy People 2010 establishes a goal for early
breastfeeding of 75 percent; none of the reporting states meet this goal.
7.9 MATERNAL DEATHS
Maternal deaths are rare occurrences in the region and across the nation. Nationally, the rate of
maternal deaths in 2000 was 10.0 per 100,000 births; and in Region IV the maternal death rate
was 12.7 per 100,000 births. While the difference between the two rates is almost 30 percent,
the total number of maternal deaths in the region in 2000 was 96. As such, the same caution
should be applied to these values as is suggested when dealing with many of the small numbers
found in this report.
While the number of maternal deaths across the entire nation is very low, the rate is substantially
higher than desired. Healthy People 2010 establishes a goal of no more than 3.3 maternal deaths
per 100,000 births.
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8.0 INDICATORS OF VIOLENCE AND ABUSE IN REGION IV
It is difficult to obtain data that permit a comprehensive assessment of violence and abuse
directed at women, especially at a state or sub-state level, on a repeatable and consistent basis.
Although it is acknowledged that violence against women is underreported, 39 the most complete
nationwide source available for annual, sub-state statistics is the FBI. These data do not
represent the full extent of violent crimes perpetrated against women since they represent only
reported events; however, they do provide an indication of the levels of violence. And, while the
FBI crime statistics provide information for all counties in the US, even these data are not always
comprehensive. A number of the data issues regarding violence and abuse are presented in this
chapter as well as in the methods discussion provided in Appendix A. Despite inconsistencies in
the data, the pattern of overall violence in the region is high relative to national averages. The
rates for FBI reported crimes are consistently higher in the region than in the nation. However,
only rape and homicide data are gender-specific, preventing closer examination of robberies and
assaults perpetrated specifically against women.
Perhaps the most clear-cut indicator of violence against women is rape. Figure 17 displays the
crude rate of rapes per 100,000 females in each county in the region. As can be seen on the
map, the rape rates are much higher in the large metropolitan areas than in the rural areas.
Figure 17: RATE OF RAPES PER 100,000 WOMEN IN REGION IV: 2000
KY
!Nashville-Davidson
(
TN
(Memphis
!
MS
AL
NC
(Charlotte
!
SC
!Atlanta
(
GA
(Jacksonville
!
FL
0.0 - 48.9
49.0 - 73.4
73.5 +
(Miami
!
Sources: FBI, 2000 FBI Uniform Crime Statistics
US Census Bureau, Census 2000
(Region 63.0, Nation 61.2)
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Prevention Research Center, Medical University of South Carolina. 2003.
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Specifically, the largest counties in the region have rates well above the regional average, which
is found to be 3 percent higher than the national average. For example, Miami-Dade County,
Florida (with over one million women) has a rate of 94 rapes per 100,000 women, Fulton
County, Georgia (Atlanta) has a rate of 92.9, and Shelby, Tennessee (Memphis) has a rate of
131.2.
Further, the region to national comparison provides interesting findings – the variation among
rural, urban and metro counties in the region is greater than the national variation among such
counties. For example, the Region IV rates for rural/urban/metro counties are 18.0, 42.8, and
72.1, respectively, and the comparable values nationally are 25.9, 47.2 and 59.1, respectively.
Hence, in Region IV the rape rate in metro counties is on average 4 times greater than the rural
rate, whereas nationally, the metro rape rate is 2.3 times greater than in rural counties, on
average. As a final note, 22 percent of all rapes in rural counties across the nation occurred in
Region IV (i.e., 191 rapes in rural counties in Region IV and 882 rapes in rural counties
nationally). More detail is provided in Section 8.3, below.
8.1 GENERAL CRIME ENVIRONMENT
In 2000, Region IV had higher murder, rape, robbery, and assault rates per population than the
nation as a whole. Table 60 shows that the region’s rate of rape to females is 11 percent higher
than the national average, with three clusters among the states. The highest rates are in Florida,
South Carolina and Tennessee; and the lowest in Kentucky. The rate in Florida is more than 5
times the rate in Kentucky.
Table 60: OVERALL CRIME STATISTICS: 2000
Murder
Occurrences
Rape
Robbery
Assault
Murder
Rates+
Rape
Robbery
Assault
283
890
602
72
171
547
287
420
1,241
6,952
1,851
331
845
2,110
1,638
2,224
4,990
31,392
12,977
2,148
2,752
12,304
6,074
9,515
11,476
88,807
23,993
4,106
3,629
23,948
24,672
28,054
6.4
5.6
7.4
1.8
6.0
6.8
7.2
7.4
53.9
84.9
44.5
16.0
57.4
51.4
79.4
76.2
112.2
196.4
158.5
53.1
96.7
152.9
151.4
167.2
258.1
555.7
293.1
101.6
127.6
297.5
615.0
493.1
Region IV
3,272
17,192
82,152
208,685
6.1
63.0
154.3
391.9
US Total
14,728
87,675
394,635
858,762
5.2
61.2
140.2
305.2
Region: US
1.17
1.11
1.10
1.28
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
N Carolina
S Carolina
Tennessee
Source: FBI, 2000 FBI Uniform Crime Statistics; US Census Bureau, Census 2000
+ Rape rates are per 100,000 female population, other rates are per 100,000 total population
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While the rape data are specific to females, the rates for murder, robbery and assaults are based
on the total population. As shown in Table 60, while the Region IV average rate of assaults is 28
percent higher than the national average, the individual states are very different from one
another. Two states have very low rates (Kentucky and Mississippi) and three states have
moderate rates (Alabama, Georgia and North Carolina). Florida, South Carolina, and Tennessee
are above the national average. The highest is South Carolina, whose rate is twice the national
average.
Overall, the regional average rate of murder perpetrated against females is 17 percent above the
national average, but the pattern among the states again differs substantially. Georgia, South
Carolina and Tennessee are the states with the highest rates and are almost equivalent to one
another, while Florida is closer to the national average. Kentucky’s rate is 65 percent below the
national average and the lowest in the region.
With the exception of Alabama, Kentucky and Mississippi, rates of robbery in the individual
states are higher than the national average. Since no gender-specific data are available in the
Uniform Crime Statistics for robbery and assaults, it is impossible to determine whether women
were disproportionately targeted for these crimes. And while these numbers are provided as the
best indicators available, note that they represent reported crimes and are thus likely to be underestimates of true crime rate.
8.2 MURDER OF WOMEN
The FBI collects some gender-specific data. The FBI Supplementary Homicide Report includes
the crimes of homicide and non-negligent manslaughter, which are combined in the data
presented in Table 61. The Region IV average rate of female homicides in 2000 was higher than
the national average, and as in the general crime statistics appearing in the previous table, the
range among the states is substantial. Similar variation occurs regarding the percent of female
victims who knew their offender. The regional average is 6 percent higher than the national rate,
with variation among states.
The FBI data used in the table do not agree with the number of homicides reported in the NCHS
mortality database. The difference can partially be explained by the fact that the FBI data is
based on place of occurrence whereas the NCHS data is based on place of residence. However,
the differences are larger than this factor would explain. For example, the FBI reports 863 cases
of homicide of females in the region while the NCHS database reports 1022 female homicides.
Another factor possibly contributing to the differences is the voluntary nature of the data
reported in the FBI Supplementary Homicide Report.
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Table 61: FEMALE HOMICIDES: 2000
Total
FBI Supplemental Homicide Report - Female Homicide Data
Victim
Percent
White
Black
AI
A/PI
Rate*
Knew
Knew
Offender Offender
Alabama
Florida**
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
N Carolina
S Carolina
Tennessee
57
272
134
22
60
125
75
118
19
-50
10
20
65
48
63
35
-81
11
40
55
26
54
0
-0
0
0
4
1
0
2
-3
0
0
1
0
1
2.5
3.3
3.2
1.1
4.1
3.0
3.6
4.0
34
-93
14
46
80
58
90
59.6%
-69.4%
63.6%
76.7%
64.0%
77.3%
76.3%
Region IV
863
275
302
5
7
3.2
415
70.2%
3,441
1,870
1,164
29
71
2.4
2,090
66.0%
US Total**+
Source: FBI, 2000 FBI Supplementary Homicide Report; US Census Bureau, Census 2000
*Rate per 100,000 female population.
** Data for Florida obtained from the state; only totals available.
+US Totals do not include DC or Florida.
As shown in Table 62, the FBI and NCHS state data also diverge. Whereas agreement between
sources for the Region IV total is 84 percent, the variation between individual states is much
greater. For example, the FBI data report 30 percent of the number of homicides for Kentucky
compared the NCHS detailed mortality files.
Table 62: FBI vs. NCHS REPORTING OF HOMICIDES: 2000
FBI data NCHS data
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
N Carolina
S Carolina
Tennessee
57
272*
134
22
60
125
75
118
105
238
175
73
92
148
77
114
Region IV
863
1,022
US Total+
3,441
3,945
Source: FBI, 2000 FBI Supplementary Homicide Report.
NCHS, 2000 NVSS Mortality.
*Florida data obtained from the state.
+US Totals do not include DC or Florida.
While the FBI data under report homicides, these are the only data that address the percent of
victims who knew their attacker, and this provides some insight into relationship violence. With
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regard to the victim knowing the offender, the percentages are high. While this does not directly
indicate domestic abuse, it does confirm the notion that women are more frequently acquainted
with the offender than the subject of random or chance killings. The statistics for men and the
total population are shown for comparison in Table 63.
Table 63: PERCENT OF HOMICIDE VICTIMS WHO KNEW THEIR OFFENDER: 2000
Percent of Victims
Who Knew Their Offender
Total
Male
Female
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
N Carolina
S Carolina
Tennessee
46.8
-51.6
43.5
67.5
47.2
61.7
54.5
43.4
-44.9
34.0
63.0
42.3
56.1
46.8
59.6
-69.4
63.6
76.7
64.0
77.3
76.3
Region IV
52.8
46.8
70.2
US Total+
44.9
38.3
66.0
Source: FBI, 2000 FBI Supplementary Homicide Report
+US Totals do not include DC or Florida.
8.3 RAPE OF WOMEN
As shown in Table 60 and in Figure 17, although the regional rape rate is 11 percent higher than
the national rate, the state values exhibit a much wider variation. On one end, Kentucky’s rape
rate is 75 percent lower than the regional value; and on the other end, Florida’s rape rate is 35
percent higher than the regional value. While Florida constitutes 30 percent of the region’s
female population, it constitutes 40 percent of all rapes in the region. Conversely, while
Kentucky accounts for 7.5 percent of the female population of Region IV, it only accounts for 2
percent of all rapes in the region.
8.4 DOMESTIC VIOLENCE DURING PREGNANCY
One other indicator of domestic violence is abuse of women during pregnancy. Among the 17
states participating in the PRAMS survey in 1999, prevalence of abuse during pregnancy ranged
from two to over six percent. North Carolina reported 3.2 percent, Alabama reported 3.9
percent, Florida reported 3.9 percent and South Carolina reported 4.9 percent; with black women
reporting roughly twice the rate of abuse as reported by white women. 40 Although only four
states in the region participated in the PRAMS survey in 1999, additional states participated in
the 2000 survey and these results should be available shortly.
40
Beck, L, et al. Prevalence of selected maternal behaviors and experiences, pregnancy risk assessment monitoring system
(PRAMS), 1999, MMWR April 26, 2002/51(SS02);1-26.
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9.0 INDICATORS OF PREVENTION IN REGION IV
Health promotion/disease prevention is a major national priority. Healthy People 2010, a
document prepared by the Department of Health and Human Services, focuses on improvement
opportunities and sets goals for all segments of the population. However, the types of data are
not systematically collected with sufficient geographical or clinical detail to assess the current
status of the population or to determine whether all segments of the population are taking
appropriate actions.
Two sample surveys provide a starting point for identification of areas in which Region IV’s
population may be falling short and, therefore, where community and national resources might
be directed. The Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS), a survey of high school students, and the
Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS), a survey of women 18 and older, are both
conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in coordination with the
states. This chapter examines the data available in the age categories covered by the surveys.
The sample sizes in the states comprising Region IV are not sufficient for preparing estimates at
the county level. As is discussed in the methods appendix (Appendix A), the YRBS does not
include data for Georgia because the state does not conduct this survey. Given these limitations,
no regional averages were calculated.
9.1 PREVENTION INDICATORS FOR FEMALE HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
Knowledge of at-risk behaviors is a prerequisite for prevention. Table 64 presents five indicators
of risky behaviors in order to develop a context for considering prevention efforts by female high
school students. These data represent the percentage of respondents answering questions
relevant to health maintenance. Due to the small sample size in the YRBS, data cannot be
analyzed by race even at the state level.
The first question discussed is whether the respondent routinely wears a seat belt when riding in
an automobile. The number presented in the table is the percent of women students who
responded that they ‘rarely’ or ‘never’ wore seatbelts. Female high school students in North
Carolina and Alabama wore their seatbelts more often than did their peers in the region and in
the nation. Seatbelt usage by female students in the region is generally much lower than in the
nation. Furthermore, such accidents account for almost one-half of all deaths in this age cohort.
According to Healthy People 2010, the death rate for alcohol-related motor vehicle crash deaths
is 6.1 per 100,000 population, which accounts for nearly half of the death rate for motor vehicle
crash deaths (refer to Table 65). The goal is for this rate to be reduced to 4.0.
The Healthy People 2010 target objective for seatbelt usage is 92 percent of the population using
them; that is, no more than 8 percent using seatbelts ‘rarely’ or ‘never’. Another objective is an
increase in bicycle helmet usage, to at least 50 percent.
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Table 64: GENERAL INDICATORS OF AT-RISK BEHAVIOR IN FEMALE HIGH SCHOOL
STUDENTS: 2001
Percent of High School Females Indicating That They:
Rarely or Never Rarely or Never
Carried a Currently Use Currently Use
Wore Auto
Wore Bicycle
Alcohol**
Weapon** Tobacco**
Seatbelts
Helmets*
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
N Carolina
S Carolina
Tennessee
9.0
12.7
-13.3
18.9
6.0
12.0
12.9
88.3
86.6
-92.1
93.5
88.4
91.4
87.9
8.3
6.5
-6.1
6.8
7.5
7.0
6.1
26.1
24.9
-35.4
26.9
-29.2
32.4
42.9
45.5
-39.6
40.6
35.9
42.3
43.3
US Total
HP 2010***
10.2
8
82.6
50
6.2
--
29.5
21
45.0
11
Source: CDC, 2001 YRBS
*Of those who rode bicycles in the last 12 months, during the 30 days preceding the survey
**During the 30 days preceding the survey
***Healthy People 2010 targets
Table 65: DEATHS DUE TO MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENTS FOR FEMALES 15–19: 2000
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
N Carolina
S Carolina
Tennessee
Region IV
US
Motor
Percent of
Vehicle
Total
Total
Accident
Deaths
Deaths
Deaths
(%)
49
77
63.6
79
190
41.6
54
144
37.5
35
70
50.0
38
75
50.7
50
112
44.6
41
76
53.9
58
102
56.9
MVA
Death
Rate*
30.6
16.0
18.9
24.8
33.2
19.1
28.4
30.1
404
846
47.8
22.5
1,724
3,866
44.6
17.5
Source: NCHS, 2000 Mortality Detail File
*Based on 2000 population data for females ages 15-19
Mortality rate/100,000 female population age 15-19
The percentage of female high school students carrying a weapon is lower in the nation than in
all but two of the states in the region. Female high school students in Region IV states use
tobacco at rates lower than the national value of 29.5 percent. Female high school students in
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Kentucky and Tennessee were 20 and 10 percent more likely to be currently using tobacco than
in the nation as a whole, respectively. The Healthy People 2010 target for high school students
using tobacco products is no more than 21 percent.
Current alcohol consumption by high school females in the region is lower than that of the
nation, with the exception of Florida, where slightly more female high school students drink,
than do their peers nationwide. As noted, female high school students in Kentucky used tobacco
more and alcohol less (except North Carolina) than in the other states.
The death rate for female high school students 15 to 19 years old resulting from motor vehicle
accidents is shown in Table 65, as is the percentage of total 15-19 year old deaths caused by
motor vehicle accidents. Half or more of the deaths of females 15-19 in Alabama, Kentucky,
Mississippi, South Carolina and Tennessee result from motor vehicle accidents. Only Georgia
was low, at 37.5 percent. Additional risk factors for female high school students are presented in
Table 66. As noted, the percentage of female high school students reporting carrying a weapon
on school property is equal to or less than the national value, with the exception of Alabama. In
all cases except Alabama, this number is less than half the number of female students who have
carried a weapon (see Table 64). The Healthy People 2010 target for young people (that is, both
men and women) carrying a weapon on school property is 4.9 percent overall. (The national
average at which young men reported carrying a weapon on school property is 10.2 percent, and
Table 66: RISK BEHAVIOR IN FEMALE HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS: 2001
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
N Carolina
S Carolina
Tennessee
US Total
HP 2010**
Rode After
Drove After Carried a Weapon
Driver Had Been
Drinking* on School Property*
Drinking*
35.0
9.8
4.7
30.3
10.6
2.9
24.1
33.0
21.5
31.5
31.5
7.5
9.7
6.1
9.6
9.1
2.2
2.9
2.4
2.3
1.9
29.6
30.0
9.5
--
2.9
4.9
Source: CDC, 2001 YRBS
*During the 30 days preceding the survey
** Healthy People 2010 targets
a total of 29.3 percent of young men reported carrying a weapon on or off school property,
comparable to the 6.2 rate for females shown in Table 64.)
Table 66 also shows the percentage of female high school students who rode in a car driven by
an individual who had been consuming alcohol. The percentages were higher than that of the
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nation, with the exceptions of Kentucky and North Carolina. Alabama had the highest percent of
females riding with a driver who had been drinking. The Healthy People 2010 target for
students who rode with a driver who had been drinking is no more than 30 percent. Only
Kentucky and North Carolina achieve this goal. The other variable shown is the percentage of
female high school students who have driven after drinking. The regional percentages range from
36 percent below (in North Carolina) to 12 percent above (in Florida) the national percentage in
this behavior.
If the objective is to change behaviors, it is important to know at what age they begin so as to
design appropriate interventions. Table 67 presents the percentage of female high school students
beginning specific behavior before the age of 13 years. These data suggest both a regional and
national problem of significance: a fifth of female respondents acknowledged that they began
smoking cigarettes, and a quarter acknowledged that they began drinking alcohol in their preteen years. A larger percentage of students in Kentucky and North Carolina began smoking
cigarettes in their pre-teen years than did students in other states or nationwide. Conversely, a
lower percentage of students in Kentucky, North Carolina, and Tennessee report drinking alcohol
in their pre-teen years as compared to their peers on the national level. Female high school
students in Florida and Tennessee reported initiating marijuana use before age 13 at a rate more
than 10 percent greater than that of the nation and the other states in the region. Marijuana usage
in Alabama is especially low, 20 percent below the national average.
Table 67: FEMALES INITIATING AT-RISK BEHAVIOR BEFORE AGE 13: 2001
At-Risk Behavior
Cigarettes Alcohol Marijuana
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
N Carolina
S Carolina
Tennessee
21.3
19.5
25.3
26.5
6.0
8.4
24.5
19.3
25.1
21.8
22.7
21.8
29.0
21.4
26.9
23.5
7.6
7.1
7.4
7.3
8.5
US Total
19.8
24.2
7.5
Source: CDC, 2001 YRBS
Percentage responding positively to questions.
Healthy People 2010 establishes target ages for both sexes for the initiation of alcohol and drugs,
based on the current averages. According to the National Household Survey on Drug Abuse, the
average age for women to begin consuming alcohol is currently 13.4 and for marijuana use, the
average for initiation is 14.0. The Survey also concludes that the prevalence of “current”
smoking increased from 6.6 percent of 12 year olds to 30.3 percent of 17 year olds. The Healthy
People 2010 target age for initiation of alcohol use is no younger than 16.1 years of age and the
target for initiation of marijuana use is no earlier than 17.4 years of age.
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Table 68 also looks at drug use, but instead of asking about when female high school students
began these behaviors these questions pertain to the 30 days preceding the survey. The table
shows that the use of alcohol is generally lower among the reporting states in the region than the
total survey-state average, with North Carolina the lowest at 80 percent of the survey-state
average. Marijuana use is about equal to or lower in the region than the survey average for all
states, while the use of the harder substances, cocaine and inhalants, is less common in the region
than in the nation, with the exception of inhalant use in Kentucky. Kentucky had the highest
percentage in the region of female high school students who currently use tobacco, binge drink,
use cocaine, and use inhalants. Florida, South Carolina, and Tennessee had the highest levels of
marijuana use and Florida also had the highest level of alcohol use.
Table 68: PERCENT DRUG USE IN FEMALE HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS: 2001
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
N Carolina
S Carolina
Tennessee
26.1
24.9
-35.4
26.9
-29.2
32.4
42.9
45.5
-39.6
40.6
35.9
42.3
43.3
Current
Binge
Drinking*^
22.1
23.3
-24.9
18.5
18.7
22.1
24.7
US Total
HP 2010
29.5
21
45.0
11
26.4
3#
Current
Current
Tobacco Use* Alcohol Use*
Current
Current
Current
Marijuana
Cocaine Use* Inhalant Use*
Use*
16.6
2.1
3.8
20.0
3.1
3.8
---17.1
3.1
4.3
14.9
1.8
3.0
17.8
1.9
-20.0
1.9
4.0
20.5
2.4
3.3
20.0
0.7#
3.7
--
4.2
0.7#
Source: CDC, 2001 YRBS
Percentage responding positively to questions
*Used during the 30 days preceding the survey
^5 or more alcoholic drinks on any occasion during the 30 days preceding the survey
#
Target set to 12-17 year olds
The results presented in the table, in conjunction with targets proposed in Healthy People 2010
indicate that the Region IV states, and the nation, have a major task at hand to achieve the target
values.
Table 69 summarizes the findings of the YRBS questions related to sexual behavior. Female
high school students in Kentucky exhibited a less frequent tendency to have initiated sex before
age thirteen and an equal tendency to use the birth control pill as compared to the survey
average. Female high school students in the participating states were more likely than their
national counterparts to have ever had sex, to have initiated sex before the age of thirteen years,
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Table 69: SUMMARY OF SEXUAL BEHAVIOR OF FEMALE HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS: 2001
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
N Carolina
S Carolina
Tennessee
US Total
Percent of Female Students
Currently Sexually Active*,
Used during Last Intercourse:
Responsible
Ever had
Initiated
Currently
Birth
Alcohol/
Ever Been
Sexually Condom
Sexual
Sexual
Sex Before
Control Pill Drugs
Pregnant
Active*
Behavior**
Intercourse
Age 13
--------46.2
4.7
6.2
34.5
59.3
17.1
18.1
86.1
--------45.5
3.2
6.1
34.3
50.3
20.7
18.7
83.2
58.5
6.4
6.6
44.8
59.1
17.2
15.2
81.9
--------50.3
6.7
6.1
37.7
59.3
17.2
18.5
84.8
48.7
5.9
7.5
36.9
51.2
19.0
16.9
82.1
42.9
4.0
5.4
33.4
51.3
21.1
20.7
83.9
Source: CDC, 2001 YRBS
Percentage responding positively to questions
*During preceding 3 months
**Never had sex; have had sex, but not in the past 3 months; have had sex in the past 3 months, but used a condom; Healthy People 2010 goal:
at least 95% of adolescents practice responsible sexual behavior
to have ever been pregnant, and to be currently sexually active. They were also more likely to
use a condom, though they were less likely to use the birth control pill and less likely to have
used alcohol and/or drugs the last time they had sex. Florida and South Carolina female high
school students were more likely to demonstrate responsible sexual behavior than female high
school students across the nation. The importance of this conclusion is magnified by a recent
study that reported 81.3 percent of adolescent females who contracted a sexually transmitted
infection during the course of a year had perceived themselves to be at little or not risk for
infection. 41 The goal of responsible sexual behavior put forth by Healthy People 2010 is 95
percent of students abstaining from sex or using a condom if sexually active.
The YRBS also questioned students on their weight, height, and eating behaviors. Tables 70 and
71 summarize these data. According to Table 70, with regard to being at risk for becoming
overweight, the states range from 1 percent below to 28 percent above the national rate. With
regard to being overweight, the states range from 1 percent below to 46 percent above the
national rate. The percentage of female high school students who thought they were overweight
is two to three times the percentage who were at risk for becoming overweight, for all the states
in the region and for the national average. Table 71 shows that young women in the
participating states in the region are generally less likely to be trying to lose weight, even though
Table 70 shows the number of female high school students in the region who thought they were
41
Ethier KA, Kershwa T, Niccolai L, Lewis JB, Ickovics JR. Adolescent women underestimate their susceptibility to sexually
transmitted infections. Sexually Transmitted Infections. 2003 Oct:79(5):408-11.
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Table 70: OVERWEIGHT STATUS OF FEMALE HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS: 2001
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
North Carolina
South Carolina
Tennessee
At Risk for
Becoming
Overweight*
15.0
13.2
-12.9
14.4
13.1
14.1
11.6
11.7
US Total
7.6
6.8
-8.9
9.9
9.0
9.4
10.1
Thought They
were
Overweight
38.2
33.6
-36.8
32.1
34.4
33.2
37.0
6.9
34.9
Overweight**
Source: CDC, 2001 YRBS
*Percent having a Body Mass Index (BMI) greater than or equal to the 85th percentile
but less than the 95th percentile by age and sex
**Percent having a BMI greater than or equal to the 95th percentile by age and sex
Table 71: EATING BEHAVIORS OF FEMALE HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS: 2001
Percent who Used Behavior to Lose/Avoid Gaining Weight
Trying to
Restriction
Diet Pills,
Laxatives/
Exercise* of Food Fasting* Powders, or
Lose
Vomiting*
Weight
Intake*
Liquids*
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
N Carolina
S Carolina
Tennessee
56.8
57.1
-64.0
57.0
58.7
56.5
61.0
63.4
64.2
-69.8
60.5
67.7
65.6
69.1
50.7
52.9
-60.1
52.6
-51.4
58.8
18.2
17.9
-20.6
19.5
-18.3
21.2
14.3
11.1
-16.1
12.8
10.9
9.8
14.6
5.6
6.6
-7.3
6.7
6.4
7.1
7.1
Region IV
--
--
--
--
--
--
US Total
62.3
68.4
58.6
19.1
12.6
7.8
Source: CDC, 2001 YRBS
*During the 30 days preceding the survey
overweight is similar to the national average. Female high school students in all but Kentucky
and Tennessee are less likely than the national average to exercise or restrict their food intake to
lose or avoid gaining weight. The three right-most behaviors listed on Table 71 used to lose or
to avoid gaining weight, when done for the purpose of weight control, may be related to the
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development of eating disorders. The use of laxatives/vomiting appears to be less common in
the region than in the nation as a whole. Healthy People 2010 set an abstract goal of reducing
the number of eating disorder relapses.
Table 72 displays data on adolescent exercise and television watching and the associated Healthy
People 2010 goals. Women students in Region IV were less likely to participate in either
vigorous or moderate exercise than female students across the nation. Mississippi in particular
has lower rates of exercise participation and correspondingly, a much higher rate of women
students reporting no or insufficient exercise. Female high school students in Mississippi were
less than half as likely to attend daily PE classes than female high school students across the
nation and to watch three or more hours of television on an average school night than in the US.
Table 72: EXERCISE BEHAVIORS OF FEMALE HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS: 2001
Exercise Habits
Television
Attend PE
Vigorous*
Moderate*
Insufficient^
None
Watching#
Class Daily
Alabama
48.0
16.7
48.3
13.5
44.8
23.1
Florida
48.8
17.1
46.6
14.7
42.2
20.8
--
--
--
--
--
--
Kentucky
51.7
17.3
43.6
12.4
30.3
14.7
Mississippi
42.7
16.0
51.9
20.3
52.7
12.5
North Carolina
54.9
20.3
39.8
13.7
--
28.2
South Carolina
51.0
17.1
44.4
13.0
48.2
23.4
Tennessee
51.4
21.5
41.9
11.4
41.3
19.8
US Total
57.0
22.8
37.9
11.6
35.0
28.4
85
30
--
--
25
50
Georgia
HP 2010**
Source: CDC, 2001 YRBS
Percentage responding positively to questions
*Participated in vigorous activity (causing sweating/hard breathing) for at least 20 minutes on at least 3 of the 7
days preceding the survey
** Participated in activities not causing sweating/hard breathing for at least 30 minutes on no fewer than 5 of the 7
days preceding the survey, may overlap individuals participating in vigorous exercise
^Reported exercise, but not enough to qualify as moderate or vigorous
#Reported watching 3 or more hours of television on an average school day
** Healthy People 2010 targets
9.2 PREVENTION INDICATORS FOR WOMEN
Data from the Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) provide a perspective on the
behavior of women 18 years and older. The data presented in the following tables have been
age-adjusted so that comparisons can be made across jurisdictions without age skewing the
results. Tables 73 through 75 summarize general information concerning risks taken by women
in each state in the region in comparison to the national averages.
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Table 73 indicates that women in Region IV report worse overall health and a lower rate of
health insurance than do women across the nation. However, the racial differences are large.
Black women in the region were over 40 percent more likely than white women to report poor
health and no health insurance. The state-to-state variation reveals differences: Florida women
report poor health at a rate 7 percent below the national average while Mississippi women report
a rate 90 percent above the national average; on average Mississippi women report no insurance
at a rate 39 percent over the national average and Tennessee women report at a rate 38 percent
below the national rate. A goal of Healthy People 2010 is to increase the proportion of people
with health insurance to 100 percent.
Table 73: INDICATORS OF GENERAL HEALTH IN WOMEN (AGE-ADJUSTED): 2001
Females Reporting Poor General Health*
Total
White
Black
Hispanic
Alabama
Females Reporting No Health Insurance
Total
White
Black
Hispanic
7.8
7.5
8.9
7.7
15.8
13.7
22.1
4.9
Florida
4
3.6
5
2.3
17.9
14.5
19.2
31.5
Georgia
5.1
4.7
6.8
6.9
12.5
10.1
16.6
17.3
Kentucky
7.3
7.5
3.2
15.1
15.7
15.6
16.1
8.6
Mississippi
8.2
6.8
12.1
20.2
18.5
15
24.8
17.8
North Carolina
5.9
5.4
8.3
0.9
13.5
12.5
15.5
11.3
South Carolina
5
4.5
5.5
8.4
16.2
13.7
22.6
19.9
Tennessee
7
6.8
8.9
5.7
8.3
7.8
10.2
11.8
Region IV
5.6
5.3
7.5
3.2
14.8
12.7
18.1
27.6
US Total
4.3
3.8
6.4
6.7
13.3
11.8
17.2
28.6
Region:US
1.30
1.39
1.17
.48
1.11
1.08
1.05
.97
Source: CDC, 2001 BRFSS
Females of Hispanic/Latino origin can be of any race
Percentage responding positively to questions
Note: State values for Hispanic females may be unreliable due to small numbers in all states except Florida
*Percent responding “poor” when asked about general health
As shown in Table 74, women in the region report being overweight more and exercising less
than do their national counterparts. Region IV women report exercising five percent less than
the national average and women in the region report being overweight 2 percent more than the
national value. Again, the race-specific variation is much greater: black women reported being
overweight 48 percent more than white women and Hispanic women reported being overweight
11 percent more than white women. However, Hispanic women in the region are 14 percent less
likely to be overweight than their peers nationally. With regard to being overweight, obesity is
consistently linked to heart disease, but abdominal obesity was also recently linked to ischemic
stroke in all race-ethnic groups for both men and women. 42 Exercise differences display similar
42
Suk SH, Sacco RL, Boden-Albala B, Cheun JF, Pittman JG, Elkind MS, Paik MC; Northern Manhattan Stroke Study.
Abdominal obesity and risk of ischemic stroke: the Northern Manhattan Stroke Study. Stroke. 2003 Jul;34(7):1586-92.
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Table 74: INDICATORS OF AT-RISK BEHAVIOR IN WOMEN (AGE-ADJUSTED): 2001
Females Reporting Overweight*
Total
White
Black
Hispanic
Females Reporting Exercise**
Total
White
Black
Hispanic
Alabama
53.0
48.1
70.7
50.7
66.1
69.6
56.9
66.5
Florida
45.7
41.0
64.6
50.4
71.3
75.5
61.1
57.6
Georgia
52.8
46.9
65.8
63.9
69.3
73.7
58.9
66.4
Kentucky
53.6
52.8
67.4
38.7
64.2
64.0
65.5
68.5
Mississippi
57.4
48.3
75.4
73.6
61.8
64.9
56.1
47.5
North Carolina
49.1
44.3
67.8
40.7
70.6
74.6
58.7
56.9
South Carolina
52.8
45.6
72.3
45.7
70.7
74.5
60.5
48.7
Tennessee
51.0
49.1
64.7
56.7
61.8
63.3
52.6
71.0
Region IV
50.3
45.8
67.9
50.8
68.4
71.6
58.8
58.6
US Total
49.5
46.9
67.2
59.4
71.7
74.0
60.9
57.6
Region:US
1.02
.98
1.01
.86
.95
.97
.97
1.02
Source: CDC, 2001 BRFSS
Females of Hispanic/Latino origin can be of any race
Note: State values for Hispanic females may be unreliable due to small numbers in all states except Florida
Percentage responding positively to questions
*Body Mass Index greater than or equal to 25.0 indicates at risk for becoming overweight or overweight
** HP 2010 Target: 80
trends with black and Hispanic women (reporting) exercising 18 percent less often than white
women. The cross-state variation is quite small with regard to reports of being overweight (i.e.,
9 percent below the regional average in Florida to 14 percent above the average in Mississippi)
whereas the variation is less concerning exercise (i.e., 10 percent below the regional average in
Mississippi and Tennessee to 4 percent above the average in Florida). In this regard the findings
appear to be consistent—women in Alabama, Kentucky, Mississippi and Tennessee report
exercising less and being overweight more than the regional average and in North Carolina they
report being overweight less and exercising more. Healthy People 2010 sets a goal for 80
percent or more of adults to engage in some leisure time physical activity.
Age-adjusted rates for substance abuse are shown in Table 75. Women in the region report 8
percent higher smoking rates than the US, and in the case of binge drinking, over 29 percent
lower than the US figure. Smoking rates for black and Hispanic women are 29 and 45 percent
lower than for white women; in addition, the rates for Hispanic women are about equal to the
rates for their counterparts across the nation. The state-to-state variation is also quite large;
women in Florida report smoking rates 32 percent lower than in Kentucky. Healthy People 2010
seeks to reduce tobacco use to 12 percent of the adult population. Furthermore, the document’s
goal for the proportion of adults engaging in binge drinking is a maximum of 6 percent.
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Table 75: SUBSTANCE USE IN WOMEN (AGE-ADJUSTED): 2001
Females Reporting Currently Smoke Cigarettes
Total
White
Black
Hispanic
Females Reporting Binge Drinking*
Total
White
Black Hispanic
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
North Carolina
South Carolina
Tennessee
22.9
20.8
21.9
30.8
22.5
23.8
24.9
23.5
25.4
23.4
24.8
30.6
27
24.9
28
26
15.4
17.7
17.6
34.5
16
21.1
18.8
13.4
30.8
11.2
18.1
27.6
10.3
20.1
37.7
14.8
4.4
7.7
5.7
3.3
5.1
4.7
6.0
2.3
4.8
9.2
6.5
3.1
5.3
5.3
7.0
2.5
3.9
4.2
4.8
5.0
4.5
2.6
3.8
1.7
8.7
3.7
11.7
2.6
9.3
2.7
1.1
Region IV
23.1
25.5
18.1
13.9
5.5
6.1
3.8
4.2
US Total
21.4
22.4
19.6
14.1
7.7
8.5
4.7
5.5
Region:US
1.08
1.14
.92
.99
.71
.72
.81
.76
Source: CDC, 2001 BRFSS
Percentage responding positively to questions
Females of Hispanic/Latino origin can be of any race
Note: State values for Hispanic females may be unreliable due to small numbers in all states except Florida
Healthy People 2010 objective for smoking: no more than 12%.
*Reported consuming more than five drinks on at least one occasion in the past month; Healthy People 2010 objective is no more than 6%.
Table 76 shows the preventive measures taken by women to reduce the risk of future health
problems. Women in Region IV are similar to women across the nation in taking pneumonia
shots and 10 percent lower in taking flu shots. Hispanic women in the region are 21 percent less
likely to receive the flu shot than their peers nationwide. The flu and pneumonia shots have been
shown to be particularly important for white and black adults who also have diabetes, as there is
an increased risk of death from pneumonia/influenza for white adults aged 25 or older and black
adults aged 25-64. 43 Healthy People 2010 has set goals for flu shots in non-institutionalized,
high-risk adults aged 18-64 at 60 percent.
Some data on women’s preventive activities is missing because only 13 states answered the
questions on the additional subjects. However, in the 2000 BRFSS, all states answered these
questions and the results are presented in Table 77. Healthy People 2010 set goals for each of
these measures:
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Valdez R, Narayan KM, Geiss LS, Engelgua MM. Impact of diabetes mellitus on mortality associated with pneumonia and
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Table 76: IMMUNIZATIONS RECEIVED BY WOMEN (AGE-ADJUSTED): 2001
Females Reporting Flu Shot*
Total
White
Black
Hispanic
Females Reporting Pneumonia Shot
Total
White
Black Hispanic
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
N Carolina
S Carolina
Tennessee
30.0
23.7
26.4
26.8
28.7
30.9
30.4
32.0
31.6
24.2
28.5
26.6
31.8
31.8
30.2
32.3
24.8
19.7
20.3
26.1
21.3
26.6
28.7
27.0
35.2
18.9
35.0
27.7
29.2
30.7
35.4
38.0
22
19.9
19.8
16.0
19.6
20.0
18.5
18.5
22.8
19.9
21.1
16.0
21.7
20.1
19.8
18.9
18.1
19.0
14.4
11.8
13.0
18.6
12.8
15.7
17.9
13.5
23.1
20.4
15.7
29.1
21.5
17.1
Region IV
27.6
28.4
23.6
21.5
19.5
19.9
16.1
15.3
US Total
29.6
30.2
24.8
27.3
19.7
19.9
17.4
17.0
Region:US
.93
.94
.95
.79
.99
1.00
.93
.90
Source: CDC, 2001 BRFSS
Females of Hispanic/Latino origin can be of any race
Note: State values for Hispanic females may be unreliable due to small numbers in all states except Florida
*HP 2010 Target: 60
Table 77: PREVENTATIVE MEASURES TAKEN BY WOMEN (AGE-ADJUSTED): 2000
Mammogram w/in 2yrs*
Ever had a Pap Smear
Pap Smear w/in 3 Years
Total White Black Hisp Total White Black Hisp Total White Black Hisp
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
N Carolina
S Carolina
Tennessee
74.3
77.7
75.1
75.1
67.4
77.8
78.2
75.0
73.1
77.1
76.6
74.5
69.2
78.3
79.3
75.0
78.9
79.6
71.3
88.1
63.4
76.6
75.6
74.7
Region IV
76.2
76.4
75.3
US Total
76.4
76.7
Region:US
1.00
1.00
96.4
93.3
96.6
93.3
95.4
96.5
95.9
93.7
96.5
93.7
97.2
93.4
96.1
96.9
96.6
94.1
96.1 100.0 84.4
92.4 89.4 82.8
95.6 95.4 85.3
97.0 100.0 82.4
94.2 97.9 82.5
94.7 95.5 87.4
93.9 97.4 86.7
93.5 92.2 83.8
83.8
83.2
84.8
82.0
81.6
87.0
87.5
83.5
85.9
80.7
87.4
91.0
84.4
89.2
84.5
88.0
94.6
83.3
78.8
90.4
85.4
83.4
95.8
80.9
79.4
95.0
95.3
94.4
91.0
84.6
84.4
85.9
84.2
77.2
75.9
94.2
94.8
93.9
90.9
83.0
83.2
85.4
81.5
.98
1.05
1.01
1.01
1.01
1.00
1.02
1.01
1.01
1.03
80.1
72.9
82.4
Source: CDC, 2000 BRFSS
*women over 40 years of age.
Females of Hispanic/Latino origin can be of any race
Note: State values for Hispanic females may be unreliable due to small numbers in all states except Florida
Healthy People 2010 sets the following objectives: Pap smear= 97%, Pap smear within 3 years= 90%; mammogram within 2 years, 40
years and over = 70%.
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•
•
•
the goal for women over 40 having a mammogram within the previous 2 years is 70 percent
(the regional figure is 76.2 percent which exceeds the target figure),
the goal for women having ever had a Pap smear is 97 percent (the regional figure is 95
percent), and
the goal for women having a Pap smear within the previous 3 years is 90 percent (the
regional figure is 84.6 percent).
9.3 MANDATED HEALTH INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR PREVENTION
The National Conference of State Legislatures published state lists concerning mandated
coverage or mandated offering of coverage for certain procedures/hospital stays. 44 From these
data, Region IV states may be compared with other states in the nation. All of the Region IV
states, as part of 50 states in the nation, mandate coverage for breast cancer screening; yet only
Georgia, North Carolina, and South Carolina are among the 25 states nationwide that mandate
coverage for cervical cancer screening, and only North Carolina is among the 13 states that
mandate coverage for colorectal screening. Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, North Carolina, and
Tennessee comprise almost half of the 12 states that mandate coverage for the diagnosis and
treatment of osteoporosis. Georgia, Kentucky, and North Carolina are three of only 24 states to
enact laws mandating contraceptive coverage. Only 15 states across the nation mandate
infertility coverage, none of which are in Region IV.
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10.0 INDICATORS OF WOMEN’S ACCESS TO CARE IN REGION IV
Overall, the Region IV average rates for indicators of access to care are generally lower than the
national average, although there are large variations among the states. These findings might be
expected considering this region accounts for 19 percent of the US female population but has
substantial population differences among the states and the counties within the states (as
described in Chapter 3). The actual counts, rates per population, and distribution of health care
resources are considered in this chapter and presented in detail in Appendices B and C. Access
to primary care physicians, illustrated in Figure 18, is critical for achieving health status
objectives on a local basis.
Figure 18: PRIMARY CARE PHYSICIANS PER 100,000 FEMALES IN REGION IV: 2000
KY
(Nashville-Davidson
!
TN
Memphis !
(
Charlotte
(
!
NC
Atlanta
(
!
MS
AL
SC
GA
! Jacksonville
(
0 - 179.1
179.2 - 268.9
269.0 +
FL
Miami
(
!
Source: BHPr, Area Resource File, February 2002
(Region 193.3, Nation 224.0)
The primary care specialties presented in the map include the specialties and subspecialties of
general/family practice, internal medicine, pediatrics, and obstetrics/gynecology. Overall, the
Region IV average for physicians per 100,000 females is below the national average. The
distribution of physicians by specialty and the details of other health resources are described in
the following sections.
Table 78 summarizes the health resources in the region, by state. One overall measure of the
adequacy of health care providers in an area is the HPSA, or health profession shortage area,
designation, which is presented for each state in the table.
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Table 78: SUMMARY OF HEALTH RESOURCES
2000 HPSA*
Full
2000 Physicians^
Partial Number
2000 Hospitals#
/100,000
/100,000
Number
Number
Females
Females
2000 Other Facilities~
Beds/1000
Females
HHA
RHC CMHC FQHC
143
316
99
111
62
164
77
153
58
133
124
73
133
124
95
34
78
113
9
14
5
28
7
22
84
85
55
27
60
44
56
58
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
N Carolina
S Carolina
Tennessee
30
14
45
44
51
16
16
23
33
47
77
29
11
30
27
40
388.1
459.8
407.5
410.5
318.5
453.8
415.9
472.7
299
3,019
580
264
238
356
238
345
13.0
36.9
13.9
12.8
16.2
8.7
11.5
11.8
105
194
154
103
99
117
66
116
7.1
6.4
6.0
7.2
10.0
5.8
5.8
7.4
Region IV
239
294 117,694 431.6
5,339
19.6
954
6.6
1,125 774
276
469
US Total
851
1,138 708,463 494.2
45,191
31.5
4,833
5.8
7,126 3,334
764
2053
11.8%
--
19.7%
--
Pct of Total 28.1% 25.8%
8,929
37,635
16,950
8,482
4,685
18,634
8,581
13,798
2001 DOs+
16.6%
--
15.8% 23.2% 36.1% 22.8%
Source: BHPr, Area Resource File, February 2002
*Number of counties designated as either a full or partial county primary care health professions shortage area
^Total number of Non-Federal MD physicians (all specialties) and per 100,000 females
+Total number of Non-Federal DO physicians (all specialties) and per 100,000 females
#Total short term general hospitals and short term hospital beds per 1,000 total females
~HHA: home health agencies; RHC: rural health clinics; CMHC: community mental health centers; FQHC: federally
qualified health centers
The table shows the number and rate (per 100,000 females) of all year 2000 active M.D.
physicians in the region. In terms of total M.D. physicians in the region, the regional rate is
about 13 percent lower than the national rate of 494 physicians per 100,000 females.
With regard to health facility resources, the region has 14 percent more short-term general
hospital beds per 1,000 females than the nation. The region has 16 percent of Medicare-certified
home health agencies, 23 percent of the rural health clinics, 36 percent of the community mental
health centers and 23 percent of the federally qualified health centers. Given that the region has
19 percent of the women in the nation, has several large cities, and has almost twice the
population density of the nation as a whole, these percentages are greater than might be
expected.
10.1 INDICATORS OF ACCESS TO PHYSICIANS AND OTHER PROVIDERS
Table 79 documents the regional rates of physicians per 100,000 females in 2000, as compared
to the national rates. In terms of total physicians, the region is at 87 percent of the national rate
and 89 percent in terms of all primary care, patient care physicians. While the region has 13
percent fewer total practitioners than the national average, there are an almost equal distribution
of general/family practice and ob/gyn in the region compared with the nation. The number of
internists per 100,000 females is particularly low in Mississippi and South Carolina. With regard
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Table 79: DISTRIBUTION OF PHYSICIANS BY SPECIALTY: 2000
Non-Federal MD Physicians per 100,000 Females
All
General/
Total
Primary
Internal
Specialty
Patient
Family Pediatric
Ob/Gyn
Psychiatry
Active
Care*
Medicine
Care
Care
Practice
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
N Carolina
S Carolina
Tennessee
388.1
459.8
407.5
410.5
318.5
453.8
415.9
472.7
352.2
414.2
366.6
373.0
293.5
401.0
377.0
425.0
171.4
185.8
175.7
175.8
139.1
189.7
176.4
202.5
52.4
52.4
45.8
59.3
49.1
57.8
66.8
58.2
29.9
35.6
33.5
34.1
23.1
36.2
29.4
40.7
66.3
73.4
66.9
60.2
46.1
68.6
54.5
76.4
22.9
24.4
29.4
22.2
20.8
27.1
25.7
27.3
216.7
274.0
231.9
234.7
179.4
264.1
239.5
270.2
12.2
17.8
18.0
16.5
10.5
20.1
19.6
16.4
Region IV
431.6
388.4
181.4
54.3
34.2
67.5
25.5
250.1
17.2
US Total
494.2
434.7
204.8
55.7
39.6
83.1
26.4
289.4
23.7
Region:US
0.87
0.89
0.89
0.97
0.86
0.81
0.97
0.86
0.73
Non-Federal DO Physicians per 100,000 Females
Total All Patient Primary General/Family Pediatric Internal Ob/Gyn
Active
Care
Care*
Practice
Medicine
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
N Carolina
S Carolina
Tennessee
13.0
36.9
13.9
12.8
16.2
8.7
11.5
11.8
8.8
26.1
9.9
7.7
10.2
5.0
8.5
8.1
7.5
22.5
8.9
7.0
10.7
5.0
6.8
7.7
6.3
18.5
7.3
5.6
8.4
3.8
4.9
6.1
0.2
0.8
0.2
0.2
0.5
0.2
0.3
0.3
0.8
2.5
0.8
0.7
1.0
0.7
1.2
1.0
0.3
0.7
0.6
0.5
0.7
0.3
0.3
0.3
Region IV
19.6
13.5
11.9
9.7
0.4
1.3
0.5
US Total
31.5
20.3
19.2
15.3
0.8
2.2
0.9
Region:US
0.62
0.67
0.62
0.63
0.50
0.59
0.56
Source: BHPr, Area Resource File, February 2002
*Primary Care includes non-federal general/family practice, pediatrics, internal medicine, ob/gyn
to the psychiatrist-to-population ratio, the states range from 15 to 56 percent below the national
average.
Region IV women’s rate of access to MD pediatricians, and specialists is approximately 14
percent below the national average, and access to DO physicians (Doctors of Osteopathy) is
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substantially lower than the national average. Overall availability of all patient care physicians is
around 11 percent less than the US average, consistent with the finding that general and family
practitioners are available 3 percent less than the US average while internal medicine physicians
are available 19 percent less. Physician-to-population ratios in Mississippi are substantially
lower than the regional or US averages. In South Carolina, where the overall physician to
population ratio is 3 percent below the regional average and its internist rate is 18 percent below
the regional average, its general/family practice rate is 23 percent above the regional average.
The distributions of pediatricians and ob/gyn physicians at the county-level shown in Figure 19
reveal considerable variation within the region. The patterns of distributions for pediatricians
and ob/gyn physicians are very similar. That is, counties with a low rate of pediatricians are
likely to have a low rate of ob/gyn physicians. The same is true for the distribution patterns of
specialists and psychiatrists, as shown in Figure 20. While having a high rate of specialists
usually predicts having a high rate of psychiatrists, the converse is not true; that is, a high rate of
psychiatrists does not necessarily correspond with a high rate of specialists.
Over 21 percent of the actively practicing providers in the region are female, close to the national
average of 25. While this does not directly affect women’s health, it may have some effect on
women seeking medical advice.
Table 80 presents the number of total and general practice dentists. The table contains the
gender of the practitioners; however, the gender-specific information is only available for
dentists in private practice.
Table 80: DISTRIBUTION OF DENTISTS: 1998
Number of Dentists
Dentists Per
100,000 Females
Total*
General
Practice*^
Total
Active
Total*
General
Practice*^
Male*
Female*
Alabama
1,681
1,543
1,258
1,372
171
68.2
55.6
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
N Carolina
S Carolina
Tennessee
6,791
2,982
1,915
959
2,883
1,513
2,485
6,293
2,672
1,702
860
2,554
1,352
2,240
5,054
2,177
1,460
743
2,084
1,098
1,894
5,446
2,339
1,420
791
2,264
1,213
2,026
847
333
282
69
290
139
214
82.0
68.1
84.0
60.0
65.7
68.0
79.7
65.8
55.5
72.1
51.8
53.6
55.3
67.4
Region IV
21,209
19,216
15,768
16,871
2,345
73.9
60.6
US Total
141,859 130,836
108,959
114,360
16,476
94.6
78.8
14.5%
14.8%
14.2%
--
--
Pct of Total
15.0%
14.7%
Source: BHPr, Area Resource File, February 2000
*Only Non-Federal dentists in private practice; hence, will not add to Total Active
^General Practice and Pediatrics
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Figure 19: PEDIATRICIANS AND OB/GYN’S PER 100,000 FEMALES IN REGION IV: 2000
KY
!Nashville-Davidson
(
TN
Memphis !
(
Charlotte
(
!
NC
Atlanta
(
!
MS
AL
SC
GA
( Jacksonville
!
Pediatricians
0 - 28.2
28.3 - 52.5
52.6 +
FL
Miami
(
!
Source: BHPr, Area Resource File, February 2002
(Region 34.6, Nation 40.4)
Rates per 100,000 females
KY
(Nashville-Davidson
!
TN
Memphis !
(
Charlotte
NC
(
!
Atlanta
(
!
MS
AL
SC
GA
( Jacksonville
!
Ob/Gyn
0 - 18.4
18.5 - 34.3
34.4 +
FL
! Miami
(
Source: BHPr, Area Resource File, February 2002
(Region 25.5, Nation 26.4)
Rates per 100,000 females
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Figure 20: ALL SPECIALISTS AND PSYCHIATRISTS PER 100,000 FEMALES IN REGION IV: 2000
KY
!Nashville-Davidson
(
NC
TN
Memphis !
(
( Charlotte
!
Atlanta
(
!
MS
SC
AL
GA
( Jacksonville
!
Specialists
0 - 231.4
231.5 - 347.3
347.4 +
FL
Miami
(
!
Source: BHPr, Area Resource File, February 2002
(Region 241.3, Nation 277.3)
Rates per 100,000 females
KY
!Nashville-Davidson
(
NC
TN
Memphis!
(
! Charlotte
(
Atlanta
(
!
MS
AL
SC
GA
( Jacksonville
!
Psychiatrists
0 - 16.5
16.6 - 34.3
34.4 +
FL
Miami
(
!
Source: BHPr, Area Resource File, February 2002
(Region 18.5, Nation 25.9)
Rates per 100,000 females
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The dentist-to-population ratios indicate that the region has fewer dental practitioners per
100,000 females than does the nation as a whole. However, there is a sizable variation among
the states. Florida, Kentucky and Tennessee were higher than the regional and lower than the
national average, and the other 5 states were below both regional and national averages.
Mississippi also had the lowest rates of dentists overall and for general/family practice
practitioners. The percentage of female dentists in private practice in the region (14 percent) is
slightly higher than in the nation (12 percent).
Data for other health providers were obtained from a variety of sources. The HRSA workforce
profiles of the states in the region provided data on a number of nursing professions, with each
subset being from a different year, ranging from 1997 to 2000. However more current data were
available for physician assistants, chiropractors and nurse practitioners for 2001, as shown in
Table 81. (County-level data are currently being collected by the Bureau of Health Professions,
HRSA, DHHS, on most of the major health professions, and should be available within the next
few years for future assessments of the region.)
Table 81: RATES OF NURSES, PHYSICIAN ASSISTANTS AND CHIROPRACTORS
Nurses by Specialty per 100,000 Females*
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
N Carolina
S Carolina
Tennessee
2001 Other Primary Care Providers
per 100,000 Females+
Licensed Certified
Certified
Registered
Physician
Nurse
Chiropractors
Practical Nurse Registered Nurse
Nurses
Assistants
Practitioners
Nurses Midwives
Anesthetists
1481.1
669.4
1.3
33.7
16.6
26.1
39.9
1532.6
536.1
4.4
16.5
35.5
45.9
79.1
1343.5
512.3
6.2
16.8
41.1
54.1
45.8
1628.7
498.0
3.3
18.3
33.6
30.8
43.1
1450.5
607.7
2.2
19.3
4.6
17.1
48.6
1681.6
395.0
4.2
30.8
62.1
29.4
39.9
1416.6
469.2
3.2
22.2
24.1
40.0
32.3
1700.1
660.5
2.7
28.9
21.4
25.4
57.0
Region IV
1848.3
531.7
3.9
22.2
34.6
37.6
54.5
US Total
1535.8
470.0
4.0
16.0
36.9
46.6
48.9
1.20
1.13
0.98
1.39
0.94
0.81
1.11
Region:US
Sources: *HRSA, State Health Workforce Profiles, RN – 2000, LPN – 1998, CNM – 2000, CRNA - 1997
2000 female population from the US Census Bureau, Census 2000
+BHPr, Area Resource File, February 2002
As can be determined from these data, the regional averages were less than the national averages
for physician assistants and chiropractors but higher than the nation for nurse practitioners. The
regional average for physician assistants was 6 percent lower than the national rate and the
regional rate for chiropractors was 19 percent below the national average, while the regional rate
for nurse practitioners was 11 percent higher than the national rate. There is a large variation
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among the states, with physician assistants ranging from 87 percent below the regional rate to 79
percent above the regional rate. State rates for chiropractors range from 55 percent below to 44
percent above the regional rate. However, for the other nursing specialties the region has 20
percent more RNs per 100,000 females than the nation, 13 percent more LPNs and almost 40
percent more CRNAs than the nation as a whole.
The rates of other health providers and therapists are presented in Tables 82 and 83.
Table 82: RATES OF OTHER HEALTH PROVIDERS: 2000
Providers by Specialty per 100,000 Females*
Sociologists, Social
Emergency Medical
Social
Dietitians and
Psychologists
Scientists and
Technicians and Pharmacists
Workers Nutritionists
Related Workers
Paramedics
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
N Carolina
S Carolina
Tennessee
53.0
87.2
81.4
72.1
48.9
96.2
63.0
80.8
17.0
21.3
21.4
16.5
8.8
22.0
15.0
17.5
324.5
328.2
342.1
451.8
279.4
478.1
378.1
342.1
62.6
48.9
57.3
55.2
66.6
59.5
56.0
59.1
85.6
73.6
80.4
107.2
115.6
97.4
108.1
106.4
166.0
145.0
156.9
156.1
143.8
130.8
155.4
158.4
Region IV
79.1
19.1
364.6
56.0
90.2
149.4
US Total
119.1
25.2
449.6
56.1
78.7
143.9
0.7
0.8
0.8
1.0
1.1
1.0
Region:US
Source: 2000 Census EEO Employment File
10.2 INDICATORS OF ACCESS TO HEALTH CARE FACILITIES
Table 84 presents the number of short-term general hospitals in each state of the region in 2000.
The table also indicates the number of facilities in each state providing specific services of
interest to the study of women’s health care access.
The region had about 20 percent of all short-term general hospitals in the US in 2000. Of the
hospitals in the region, 55 percent offered obstetrical services, 71 percent offered breast cancer
screening and mammography services, 31 percent offered geriatric services, and 12 percent
offered assistance with reproductive issues. For the nation as a whole, 62 percent offered
obstetrical services, 72 percent offered breast cancer screening services, 39 percent offered
geriatric care, and 17 percent offered reproductive services. The percentages of hospitals offering
these services were lower in the region than the national averages but most similar for breast
cancer screening services.
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Table 83: RATES OF THERAPISTS: 2000
Therapists by Specialty per 100,000 Females*
Occupational Physical Radiation Recreational Respiratory
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
N Carolina
S Carolina
Tennessee
25.6
41.8
32.1
37.3
25.8
37.5
25.4
33.1
66.7
99.5
70.8
89.0
66.3
80.0
75.9
99.5
5.9
9.8
7.6
7.7
3.7
6.9
5.6
5.8
5.0
6.5
8.9
9.9
8.8
11.9
7.8
9.9
56.7
73.7
67.0
89.8
75.8
51.0
67.4
79.3
Region IV
34.9
85.1
7.5
8.4
69.3
US Total
44.7
94.1
7.4
11.9
61.6
Region:US
0.8
0.9
1.0
0.7
1.1
Source: 2000 Census EEO Employment File
Table 84: SHORT TERM GENERAL HOSPITALS (AND SERVICES): 2000
Hospitals Offering the Following Services*
Obstetrical Breast Cancer Geriatric
Reproductive
Services
Screening
Services
Services
46
58
16
10
98
138
76
37
96
125
37
20
51
80
32
7
52
61
24
4
75
90
47
18
46
56
29
6
57
70
32
15
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
N Carolina
S Carolina
Tennessee
Total
Hospitals
105
194
154
103
99
117
66
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954
521
678
293
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4,833
2,983
3,474
1,874
799
Pct of Total
19.7%
17.5%
19.5%
15.6%
14.6%
Source: BHPr, Area Resource File, February 2002
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Table 85 displays the number of hospital beds available per 1,000 females in the region, a better
indicator of supply than number of hospitals. The first column of the table presents the rate for
all hospitals in the region, including short-term, long-term and specialty care facilities (e.g.
cancer hospitals). The second category shows the number of short term general hospital beds per
1,000 females, and the third category presents obstetrical beds set up in short-term general
hospitals per 1,000 females. The region has 10 percent more total hospital beds and 14 percent
more short term general beds per 1,000 women than in the nation. With the exception of
obstetrical beds, South Carolina has a lower bed supply than the rest of the region for the other
two categories, though it is on par with the nation; Florida has the lowest number of obstetric
beds per 1,000 females and Mississippi exceeds the regional numbers in all three categories.
Table 85: HOSPITAL BEDS PER 1,000 FEMALES: 2000
Hospital Beds per 1,000 Females
Total Beds
Short Term
General Beds
Obstetric
Beds
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
N Carolina
S Carolina
Tennessee
8.3
7.1
7.2
8.1
11.6
7.1
6.6
8.3
7.1
6.4
6.0
7.2
10.0
5.8
5.8
7.4
0.40
0.30
0.44
0.39
0.42
0.36
0.34
0.34
Region IV
7.6
6.6
0.36
US Total
6.9
5.8
0.36
Source: BHPr, Area Resource File, February 2002
10.3 RELEVANT LEGISLATIVE ACTIVITIES
As noted in the previous chapter, according to the National Conference of State Legislatures, 45
there is much legislative activity concerning women’s health issues. Currently there are 40 states
in the US that require managed care organizations (MCOs) to allow their consumers either direct
access to ob/gyn providers/services or to permit an ob/gyn to be designated as the primary care
provider (PCP). All eight of the Region IV states are among these. There are only 24 states that
require MCOs to allow persons suffering from chronic medical conditions to name a specialist as
her/his PCP; Alabama, Florida, Mississippi, North Carolina and Tennessee are five of these
states. In the nation, 42 states, including all but Kentucky, North Carolina and Tennessee in
Region IV, now cover breast and cervical cancer treatment under Medicaid. This option is new
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to states following the federal Breast and Cancer Treatment Act of 2000 that was designed to
allow for follow-up services for individuals identified as having breast and cervical cancer.
10.4 HEALTH INSURANCE
Having health insurance is key to women seeking health care. The Healthy People 2010
objective is to ensure all individuals have health insurance. Figure 21 presents data from the
CDC, BRFSS on insurance coverage by state. As can be seen, females are covered at a lower
rate than males. The uninsurance rate for females varies from roughly 8.1 percent in Tennessee
to18 percent in Mississippi.
Figure 21: AGE-ADJUSTED PERCENT OF FEMALES LACKING HEALTH INSURANCE IN REGION
IV: 2001
35
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20
15
10
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Hispanic
Note: State values for Hispanic females may be unreliable due to small numbers in all states except Florida.
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APPENDIX A: METHODS AND SOURCES
METHODS
The objective of this project was to develop, examine, and present indicators of women’s and
minority health status, emphasizing indicators that could be compared across geographical areas
and over time to permit planners at the local, state, regional and national levels to assess health
disparities and to monitor progress toward Healthy People 2010 goals. (More information on
Healthy People 2010 is available at http://wonder.cdc.gov/data2010/.) Therefore, both current
and anticipated availability of data were important considerations. In all cases, an attempt was
made to obtain data at the lowest geographic level (preferably county) and for the most detailed
racial and age categories for the indicators identified. These objectives presented different
challenges, depending on the particular data being sought. For some of the topics of interest
(e.g., women taking folic acid, women suffering from osteoporosis), no data readily exist at the
state level, not to mention for small geographic areas. For other topics, state level survey data
exist but county data are not available (e.g., incidence of diabetes). Other data were available at
the county level, but had to be obtained from the individual states, which involved not only
major data collection efforts but also required standardizing the data provided from the different
sources (e.g., infectious and chronic diseases). Yet other data were available at the county level
and from a consolidated source (e.g., mortality and natality data) but privacy restrictions often
precluded reporting at the county level because of the small number of occurrences.
Because Region IV, like most other regions of the nation, is comprised of both dense and
sparsely populated areas, rates for the selected health status indicators can become distorted, as
when a single or very few births, deaths, or incidences of a disease may make a rate appear
unrealistically high. This problem is especially common for data broken out by race since
individual minority populations (e.g. American Indian females) in each state are often less than 2
percent of the state population. Users are cautioned to consider these data across time and in
conjunction with other local information prior to making policy or funding decisions. Despite
this cautionary note, the data in this database are the best estimates available for assessing the
health status of women and minority populations in the region. The data are provided primarily
to serve as a baseline for assessment of potential problem areas.
Some statistical tests of significance have been performed in the preparation of this report. Tests
are performed for age-adjusted and age-specific death rates and for all reproductive health areas
(natality, fetal deaths, abortions). In these cases, tests of significance have been performed when
comparisons are made between jurisdictions (e.g., state to state, state to region, region to nation)
on topics thought to be compelling and where sufficient data exist. Conversely, when statistical
tests do not yield significant findings, comparisons are not made in the text. Statistical tests for
significant differences were conducted according to guidelines issued by the National Center for
Health Statistics. 46, 47 Following these guidelines resulted in different tests being performed
46
Arias E, et al. Deaths: final data for 2001, National Vital Statistics Reports, 52:3, Sept 2003. Contains statistical techniques for
testing the significance of deaths for varying numbers of occurrences; these tests were used in preparing this report.
47
Martin, J, et. al. Births: final data for 2000, National Vital Statistics Reports, 50:5, Feb 2002. Contains statistical techniques for
testing the significance of births for varying numbers of occurrences; these tests were used in preparing this report.
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based upon the absolute numbers in the numerators and denominators. 48 Statistical testing was
not performed for other areas in this publication. Investigators are awaiting three years of data
before performing such tests in order to increase sample sizes to produce more reliable estimates
– especially in minority populations.
For 2000 Census population and demographic data, the total population is the sum of White,
Black/African American, American Indian/Alaskan Native, Asian, Native Hawaiian/Other
Pacific Islander, Other single race, and Two or more races. Because most state data collection
systems do not conform to these racial categories for data in the year 2000, health status
indicators displayed by race throughout this report are reported as White, Black, American
Indian, and Asian/Pacific Islander, the sum of which equals total population. These two different
methods of classifying race are described below under Bridge Populations. Throughout this
report, persons of Hispanic (or Hispanic/Latino) origin can be of any race. Native Americans
residing on reservations are included in all county and state data, unless otherwise noted.
The report is organized into eight topic areas; these are: Demographics, Mortality, Infectious and
Chronic Diseases, Mental Health, Reproductive and Maternal Health, Violence and Abuse,
Prevention, and Access to Care.
The methods for data collection and presentation are described for each topic area, as are the
details of the material presented in the report. Also, the computational approaches, definitions,
and factors employed are detailed.
SOURCES
Data source information for the Office on Women’s Health Region IV Women’s and Minority
Health Status Indicators effort is presented according to topic area. Department names and,
when available, addresses and web addresses are shown for the state agencies and other
organizations providing data for this effort.
DEMOGRAPHICS
Data describing the demographic makeup of the female and minority populations were available
at the county level and presented few limitations in consistency and availability. Note that
persons of Hispanic (or Hispanic/Latino) origin may be of any race. Total population is equal to
White, Black/African American, American Indian and Alaskan Native and Asian/Pacific Islander
for everything but Census 2000 data. For Census 2000 data, the total population is the sum of
White, Black/African American, American Indian/Alaskan Native, Asian, Native
Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander, Other single race, and Two or more races. Because the 2000
Census revised race definitions to add specificity and permit reporting more than one race, there
48
For example, when testing the difference between two rates, R1 and R2, when both rates are based upon incidence of 100 or
more, the Z-test may be used. If Z is greater than or equal to 1.96, the difference could be considered statistically significant at
the 0.05 level. When either or both of the rates are based upon fewer that 100 occurrences, the overlap of 95% confidence
intervals of the two rates may be used to determine if the difference is statistically significant. When either or both of the rates
are based upon fewer than 20 occurrences, the results are considered too small to be tested.
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will be some definitional differences when comparing earlier Census estimates with the 2000
Census figures. Additional information and details regarding the Census data can be found at
http://www.census.gov.
Year 2000 Population by age, sex, race, and Hispanic/Latino origin data are from the 2000
Census, Summary File 1. Note that the database includes race-specific detail for Asian/Pacific
Islander totals and for Asian and Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander detail. The additional
detail is provided on the 2000 Census file. The combined figure for Asian/Pacific Islander is
provided for consistency and comparability across years.
2000 Female head of household data are from the 2000 Census Summary File 1.
2000 Females and Males 16+ unemployed, 2000 Females and Males 16+ employed and 2000
Females and Males 16+ in the civilian labor force data are from 2000 Census Summary File 3,
Table P43.
2000 Females and Males 25+ by educational attainment data are from 2000 Census Summary
File3, Table P37.
2000 Females and Males 15+ divorced data are from the 2000 Census Summary File 3, Table
P18.
2000 Urban and rural population data are from the 2000 Census Summary File 3, Table P5.
2000 Households linguistically isolated data are from the 2000 Census Summary File 3, Table
P20.
2000 Population with disability by sex by age, employed and unemployed data are from the
2000 Census Summary File 3, Table P42.
2000 Females and Males in management positions data are from the 2000 Census Summary
File 3, Table P50.
2000 Females and Males self-employed in own incorporated business data are from the 2000
Census Summary File 3, Table P51.
1999 Supplemental Security Income per household and Public Assistance Income per
household data are from the 2000 Census Summary File 3, Tables P63, P64, P72, P73.
1999 Median earnings (dollars) by sex for the population 16 years and over w/earnings data are
from the 2000 Census Summary File 3, Table P85.
Ratio of income in 1999 to poverty level for the population for whom poverty status is
determined data are from the 2000 Census Summary File 3, Table P88.
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1999 Poverty status for male and female population data are from the 2000 Census Summary
File 3, Table PCT49.
2000 Unmarried-partner households with same sex of householder and partner data are
from the 2000 Census Summary File 3, Table PCT1.
2000 Single parent households with income in 1999 below poverty level by sex by race data
are from the 2000 Census Summary File 3, Tables P160A through P160I.
2000 Foreign born population from selected regions are from the 2000 Census Summary File
3, Table PCT19.
2000 Population with disability by sex by age by type of disability data are from the 2000
Census Summary File 3, Table PCT26.
2000 Single Parent Households by race, 2000 Number of Families, 2000 Married-Couple
Families, 2000 Number/Percent of Families with Female Head, 2000 Median Age by race,
2000 Average Household size by race data are from the 2000 Census Summary File 1.
2000 Bridge Populations are from the NCHS Bridged-race populations. The National Center for
Health Statistics (NCHS), in collaboration with the US Bureau of the Census created the
Bridged-race population estimates for April 1, 2000. The estimates are the result of bridging the
31 race categories from Census 2000 to the four race categories used by many data systems,
including vital statistics. The Census race categories are those specified by the 1997 Office of
Management and Budget (OMB) directive on the standards for race and ethnicity data collection
whereas the four race categories are based on the 1977 version of the race and ethnicity data
collection standards. In all cases, Hispanic is considered an ethnicity and is therefore dealt with
separately. More information on the bridge populations can be found at
http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/about/major/dvs/popbridge/popbridge.htm.
1999 Estimated Median Household Income is from the Small Area Income and Poverty
Estimates published by the United States Bureau of the Census.
2000 Per Capita Income estimates come from the U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of
Economic Analysis (BEA), Regional Economic Measurement Division.
Incarcerated Females data are from the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs,
Bureau of Justice Statistics at http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/bjs/ July 2002 Bulletin. "Prisoners in
2001" by Paige M. Harrison and Allen J. Beck, Ph. D at
http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/bjs/pub/pdf/p01.pdf.
MORTALITY
Mortality data were calculated using the 1998-2000 National Center for Health Statistics NVSS
Detail Mortality Files. Data were available at the county level, on an annual basis and from a
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single, consistent source. Data presented are based on place of residence. The primary issue
with these data is the handling and interpretation of very small numbers at the county level.
Such data (1) can present a distorted view of an area when taken as a single point in time, and (2)
are restricted in use due to privacy guidelines when fewer than three cases occur in an area.
Therefore, data were screened to ensure no data were inappropriately presented. Some data
presented in more detail at the state level have been consolidated or omitted from the county data
tables because of very small numbers. For the year 2000 data, incidence data of fewer than five
occurrences and the associated rates are presented as blanks for sub-state data. Additionally,
three-year average data are provided. These data do not have the same restrictions; therefore
occurrences are not suppressed in order to enable aggregations to higher geographic units (e.g.,
health planning districts). However, calculated rates for sub-state three-year averages of fewer
than five occurrences are suppressed to minimize misinterpretation of small numbers.
Data were examined to present a picture of women’s and minority mortality with regard to the
leading national causes of death for these populations, the leading causes of death within the
region, and particular areas of interest. Mortality rates age-adjusted to the year 2000 population
standard are presented as they relate to HP 2010 targets when available. More information on
Healthy People 2010 is available at http://wonder.cdc.gov/data2010/.
Race-specific rates were calculated per 100,000 female population using a bridge population file
developed by the National Center for Health Statistics in collaboration with the US Census
Bureau for the year 2000, and the standard Census estimates for the years 1998 and 1999. The
2000 bridge population serves to condense the 31 race categories used in Census 2000, as
required by the OMB’s 1997 standards for race and ethnicity data collection, to the four race
categories specified by the 1977 standards and currently being used by many reporting systems:
namely White, Black, American Indian, and Asian/Pacific Islander. Transition to the 1997
standards is still under way in the vital statistics program. Age-adjusted rates were calculated
using the bridge population according to the year 2000 population standard.
1996-2000 Infant Mortality rates by race are calculated from the National Center for Health
Statistics, National Vital Statistics System, Detail Mortality and Natality files.
The major causes of death contained on the database are defined as follows:
ICD-9 Codes
(1998)
001-139
042-044
140-208
153-154
162
174 (female),
175 (male)
180
179, 182
183.0
185
Cause of Death
Infectious & parasitic diseases
HIV/AIDS
Malignant neoplasm (Cancer)
Colorectal cancer
Lung cancer (including trachea & bronchus)
Breast cancer
Cervical cancer
Uterine cancer
Ovarian cancer
Prostate cancer
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ICD-10 Codes
(1999-2000)
A00-B99
B20-B24
C00-C97
C18-C21
C33-C34
C50
1.0637
1.0068
0.9993
0.9837
1.0056
C53
C54-C55
C56
C61
0.9871
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0.9954
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Testicular cancer
Endocrine, nutritional and metabolic diseases and immunity disorders
186
240-279
Diabetes
Blood diseases
Mental disorders
Senile Organic
Psychoses
Alcohol Psychoses
Other Psychoses
Alcohol and Drug Dependence
Alcohol Dependence
Drug Dependence
Other Mental Disorders
250
280-289
290-319
290-319
291-299
291
292-299
303-304
303
304
300-302,
305-319
300-302,
305-316
317-319
Other Mental Disorders
Mental Retardation
Mental and Behavioral Disorders
Organic dementia
Other and unspecified organic mental disorders
Mental and behavioral disorders due to psychoactive substance use
Mental and behavioral disorders due to use of alcohol
Mental and behavioral disorders due to other psychoactive substance use
Schizophrenia, schizotypal and delusional disorders
Mood (affective) disorders
Neurotic, stress-related and somatoform disorders
Mental retardation
Other and unspecified mental and behavioral disorders
Nervous system and sensory organs
Alzheimer’s
Circulatory system
All heart disease
320-389
331.0
390-459
390-398,
402,404-429
401-404
410-414 (429.2)
402, 410-414,
429.2
430-438 (-435)
440-448
460-519
480-487
490-496 (-495)
Hypertension
Ischemic heart disease
Coronary heart disease
Cerebrovascular disease (Stroke)
Arterial diseases
Respiratory disease
Pneumonia/influenza
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) – ICD-9
Chronic lower respiratory disease (CLRD) – ICD-10
Digestive disorders
Genitourinary
Maternal Deaths
Unintentional injuries
520-579
580-629
630-676
E800-E949
(E800869,E880-E929
for HP)
Motor vehicle accidents
E810-E825
(E810-819 for
HP)
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C62
E00-E88, D80D89
E10-E14
D50-D76
F01-F99
F01 – F03
F04-F09
F10-F19
F10
F11-F19
F20-F29
F30-F39
F40-F48
F70-F79
F50-F69, F80F99
G00-H93
G30
I00-I99
I00-I09, I11,
I13, I20-I51
I10-I13
I20-I25
I11, I20-I25
I60-I69
I70-I78
J00-J98
J10-J18
J40-J47
K00-K92
N00-N98
O00-O99
V01-X59,
Y85-Y86
(comp. to
E800-E869,
E880-E929
V02-V04,
V09.0, V09.2,
V12-V14,
V19.0-V19.2,
1.0082
1.5536
0.9858
0.9990
1.0588
0.6982
1.0478
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Other accidents
E800E809,E826E949
Suicide
E950-E959
Homicide
E960-E978
(E960-969 for
HP)
V19.4-V19.6,
V20-V79,
V80.3-V80.5,
V81.0-V81.1,
V82.0-V82.1,
V83-V86,
V87.0-V87.8,
V88.0-V88.8,
V89.0, V89.2
(comp. to
E810-E825)
V01, V05-V08,
V09.1, V09.3V11, V15-V18,
V19.3, V19.7V19.9, V80.0V80.2, V80.6V80.9, V81.2V81.9, V82.2V82.9, V87.9,
V88.8, V89.1,
V89.3-X59,
Y85-Y86
X60-X84,
Y87.0
X85-Y09,
Y87.1 (comp.
to E960-E969)
0.9962
0.9983
For three-year averages, the comparability ratio was applied to the 1998 data to make it
comparable with 1999 and later years’ data. Depending on the specific variable, incidence,
crude rates or age-adjusted rates are presented in the report and on the database. Age-adjustment
takes the distribution of a population into account. Age adjustment applies age-specific rates in a
population of interest to a standardized age distribution in order to eliminate differences in
observed rates that result from age differences in population composition. Such adjustments are
useful when comparing two or more populations at a single point in time or one population at
two or more points in time. Because this report is intended both to provide a comparison of the
females and minorities in a given region to the US and to present a baseline point in time to
gauge changes in the states, age-adjusted figures are more accurate than unadjusted figures.
All age adjustments were calculated using the 2000 population standard recommended by NCHS
to provide a baseline to future efforts and to be compatible with the Healthy People 2010 targets.
While some demographic analyses use the population distribution found in 1940 as the base for
adjusting segments of the population, most newer reporting systems use the 2000 population
standard beginning with data year 1999. Healthy People 2010 objectives and targets are
presented using the year 2000 basis. The HP 2010 objectives noted in the database are based on
the February 2003 Edition.
The values published in much of the literature based on 1940 population and those based on the
year 2000 are markedly different. For example, applying the two adjustment approaches to the
1996 number of total female deaths from heart disease—the leading cause of death for both
women and men—yield the following death rates per 100,000 females:
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TABLE B.1: COMPARISON OF AGE-ADJUSTED 1996 FEMALE HEART DISEASE DEATH RATES
BASED ON 1940 AND 2000 POPULATION STANDARDS
US Total
1940 Age
Adjustment
98.2
2000 Age
Adjustment
234.1
INFECTIOUS AND CHRONIC DISEASE
Infectious and chronic disease data were collected from the individual states, and from many
different offices within each government agency. For example, data on sexually transmitted
infections were available from one office while tuberculosis was from another and Hepatitis still
another. Definitions, data suppression, and availability varied from state to state, and in some
cases, within a state depending on the particular disease. In some instances, the year of the data
may differ, and this is always noted. Most often data were available from the states with
Hispanic being reported as an ethnicity rather than a race; therefore data are presented for the
following race/ethnicity categories: White, Black/African American, American Indian/Alaskan
Native, and Asian/Pacific Islander. Asian and Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander
populations are not identified separately because the majority of states were not able to separate
these populations. Persons of Hispanic origin may be of any race. The primary exception to this
is in the area of HIV/AIDS; all states consistently report persons of Hispanic origin as a race.
State specific variations from these definitions are noted.
Upon receipt of these data from the different sources, data were reviewed in detail to ensure the
most consistent, comparable data were presented. Notation is made where they are different,
however, there may be some underlying definitional differences that were not stipulated by the
sources. Where data were collected from numerous state agencies, attempts were made to locate
and obtain comparable national figures. These sources are not always directly comparable due to
definitional differences and other reasons.
The data were standardized to the extent possible, but each state has its own definitions and use
restrictions. Therefore, care must be taken when comparing these numbers. In particular, many
county numbers are suppressed since the data obtained frequently omitted occurrences of fewer
than three and occasionally fewer than ten. These are represented as blanks in the database.
Syphilis refers to Primary/Secondary Syphilis, not Early Latent, Late Latent, or Congenital.
Data were also taken from the CDC’s 2001 Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, or
BRFSS, which represented the only data available on certain topics. Data from these sources are
based on samples of the population. Because of the small sample sizes in the states, no reliable
estimates could be made at the county level. Complete documentation on survey methodology,
historic information, confidence intervals, etc. can be found at the following website:
http://www.cdc.gov/brfss.
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Data on HIV among incarcerated females are from the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of
Justice Programs, Bureau of Justice Statistics (http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/bjs/) October 2002
Bulletin. "HIV in Prisons" by Laura M. Maruschak
(http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/bjs/pub/pdf/hivp99.pdf).
2000 data regarding infectious diseases and cancer were obtained from the following agencies
within the individual states: (note, Sexually Transmitted Infections include Chlamydia,
Gonorrhea, and Syphilis).
HIV/AIDS
Alabama
No data were available.
Florida
Florida Department of Health
Bureau of HIV/AIDS (HSDHIV)
4052 Bald Cypress Way, BIN A09
Tallahassee, Florida 32399-1715
Note: Fewer than 3 cases are suppressed (0s are not suppressed), except
for geographical areas with populations of 500,000 or more. State totals
include Department of Corrections data. HIV cases of Other/Unknown
Race category are included in the totals.
Georgia
HIV/STD Epidemiology Section
2 Peachtree St., NW Room 14-461
Atlanta, GA 30303
Note: HIV data are not presented. Fewer than 5 cases are suppressed (0s
are not suppressed)
Kentucky
Kentucky Department for Public Health, HIV/AIDS Branch,
275 East Main St. Mail Stop HS2C-A, Frankfort, KY 40621
Note: Only AIDS data are available for Kentucky;
Only data for geographic areas where the population size is larger or
equal 100,000 are released due to the restrictions of the Kentucky
HIV/AIDS data release policy.
Mississippi
No data were available.
North Carolina
Epidemiology Section
NC Division of Public Health
1902 Mail Service Center
Raleigh, NC 27699-1902
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South Carolina
Surveillance and Technical Support, Bureau of Disease Control,
SC DHEC
Note: Fewer than 4 cases are suppressed
Tennessee
STD/HIV Surveillance Data Manager
Tennessee Dept. of Health
US
MMWR Summary of Notifiable Diseases – US, 2000, CDC, Tables 2, 4,
5, 6.
Sexually Transmitted Infections
Alabama
Alabama Department of Public Health
Bureau of Communicable Disease
Sexually Transmitted Disease Division
Suite 1440 RSA Tower
201 Monroe Street
P.O. Box 303017
Montgomery, Alabama 36130-3017
334-206-5350
Note: Syphilis Incidence Data are presented by following races: White,
Black. Other/Unknown Race category contains all cases of Hispanic
Origin. Cases of Unknown sex are included into the totals.
Florida
State of Florida
Department of Health,
Division of Disease Control,
Bureau of STD Disease Prevention and Control
4052 Bald Cypress Way Bin # A19
Tallahassee, Florida 32399-1716
Georgia
website: http://www.ph.dhr.state.ga.us:8090/ehi/owa/epi_run.call_query
Note: Fewer than 5 cases are suppressed (0s are not suppressed). Data
on cases of Hispanic Origin are not presented. Cases of mixed race are
included in the Other/Unknown Race category. Cases of unknown sex
are included in the totals.
Kentucky
Commonwealth of Kentucky, Cabinet for Health Services, Department
for Public Health,
275 East Main St, Frankfort, KY 40621-0001
Note: Data by Race/Gender breakdowns are presented on the state level
only. Other/Unknown Race category contains all cases of Hispanic
Origin. Cases of Unknown sex are included into the totals.
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Mississippi
No data were available.
North Carolina
Epidemiology Section
NC Division of Public Health
1902 Mail Service Center
Raleigh, NC 27699-1902
Note: Other/Unknown Race category contains all cases of Hispanic
Origin.
Surveillance and Technical Support, Bureau of Disease Control,
SC DHEC
Note: Cases of Unknown sex are included in the totals.
South Carolina
Tennessee
US
STD/HIV Surveillance Data Manager
Tennessee Dept. of Health
MMWR Summary of Notifiable Diseases-US, 2000, Tables 2, 4, 5, 6
found at http://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/preview/mmwrhtml/mm4953a1.htm
Note: No race detail available by gender.
Hepatitis
Alabama
Alabama Department of Public Health
Bureau of Communicable Disease
Communicable Disease Branch
201 Monroe Street, RSA Tower
Montgomery, AL 36130
Note: Other/Unknown Race category contains all cases of Hispanic
Origin.
Florida
Bureau of Epidemiology, Florida Department of Health
Georgia
website: http://www.ph.dhr.state.ga.us:8090/ehi/owa/epi_run.call_query
Note: Fewer than 5 cases are suppressed (0s are not suppressed). Data
on cases of Hispanic Origin are not presented. Cases of mixed race are
included into the Other/Unknown Race category. Cases of unknown sex
are included in the totals.
Kentucky
Department for Public Health, Epidemiology & Health Planning,
Surveillance & Health Data Branch,
275 East Main Street – HS1E-C Frankfort, KY 40621
Mississippi
Office of Epidemiology, Mississippi State Department of Health,
570 East Woodrow Wilson P/O Box 1700 Jackson, MS 39215-1700
Note: Data on cases of Hispanic Origin are not presented.
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North Carolina
Epidemiology Section
NC Division of Public Health
1902 Mail Service Center
Raleigh, NC 27699-1902
Note: Cases of Unknown sex are included in the totals.
South Carolina
Tennessee
No data were available.
Surveillance Program Director, Communicable and Environmental
Disease Services, Tennessee Department of Health
Note: Cases of Unknown sex are included in the totals.
US
MMWR Summary of Notifiable Diseases-US, 2000, Tables 2, 4, 5, and 6
found on-line at
http://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/preview/mmwrhtml/mm4953a1.htm
Note: No race detail available by gender.
Tuberculosis
Alabama
Alabama Department of Public Health
Bureau of Communicable Disease
Tuberculosis Control Division
201 Monroe Street, RSA Tower
Montgomery, AL 36130
Florida
Bureau of TB and Refugee Health, 4052 Bald Cypress Way,
BIN # A-20, Tallahassee, Florida 32399-1717
Note: Other/Unknown Race category contains all cases of Hispanic
Origin.
Georgia
Tuberculosis Epidemiology Section,
Georgia Department of Human Resources,
Division of Public Health
Note: Fewer than 5 cases are suppressed (0s are not suppressed).
Other/Unknown Race category contains all cases of Hispanic Origin.
Kentucky
Division of Epidemiology and Health Planning, Kentucky State
Department for Public Health,
275 East Main Street, HS2C-B, Frankfort, KY 40621
Note: Other/Unknown Race category contains all cases of Hispanic
Origin.
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Mississippi
Office of Epidemiology, Mississippi State Department of Health,
570 East Woodrow Wilson P/O Box 1700 Jackson, MS 39215-1700
Note: Other/Unknown Race category contains all cases of Hispanic
Origin
North Carolina
Epidemiology Section
NC Division of Public Health
1902 Mail Service Center
Raleigh, NC 27699-1902
South Carolina
Surveillance and Technical Support, Bureau of Disease Control
SC DHEC
Tennessee
Tennessee Department of Health, Communicable and Environmental
Disease Services Section, Division of Tuberculosis Control, 4th Floor,
Cordell Hull Bldg. 425 Fifth Avenue, North Nashville, TN 37247-4911
US
MMWR Summary of Notifiable Diseases-US, 2000, Tables 2, 4, 5, 6
found at http://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/preview/mmwrhtml/mm4953a1.htm
Additional report summarizing TB:
Reported Tuberculosis in the United States, 2000, Table 11, found at
http://www.cdc.gov/nchstp/tb/surv/surv2000/default.htm
CANCER
Cancer data were obtained from two sources: data for the 42 reporting states and 26 areas
providing county data were obtained from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's
National Program of Cancer Registries Cancer Surveillance System (NPCR-CSS). To the extent
greater geographic and gender/race detail could be obtained from each of the states, these data
were obtained directly from each of the states.
Invasive cancer counts are included for Urinary Bladder (which includes in situ), Brain, Breast,
Colorectal, Corpus Uterus (female), Kidney and Renal Pelvis, Leukemia, Lung and Bronchus,
Melanoma of the Skin, Ovarian (female), Prostate (male), Stomach, Thyroid. The category All
Cancers includes those sites shown as well as those not shown. Cancer sites for each state are
only different where noted. Counts are for year 2000 unless noted.
State sources are:
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Alabama
Alabama Department of Public Health
Bureau of Health Promotion and Chronic Disease
Cancer Prevention Branch
201 Monroe Street, RSA Tower
Montgomery, AL 36130
Note: Fewer than 6 cases are suppressed.
Florida
website http://fcds.med.miami.edu/stats/2000/i00/index.html
Note: By race data are not available.
Georgia
Georgia Comprehensive Cancer Registry
2 Peachtree St NW Ste 14.292
Atlanta, GA 30303-3142
Note: Fewer than 5 cases are suppressed. Data are presented by
following races: White, Black.
Kentucky
No data were available.
Mississippi
No data were available.
North Carolina
State Center for Health Statistics
NC Division of Public Health
1908 Mail Service Center
Raleigh, NC 27699-1908
Note: Total State Cases are not available by Hispanic ethnicity. County
specific cases are not available for Thyroid Cancer (all races) or by any
of the racial or ethnic groups. Fewer than 5 cases are suppressed (0s are
not suppressed).
South Carolina
South Carolina Central Cancer Registry
Office of Public Health Statistics and Information Services
South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control
2600 Bull Street, Columbia, SC 29201
Note: Fewer than 5 cases are suppressed; 5 to 10 cases are shown as 10
Tennessee
No data were available.
US
Cancer Facts & Figures 2000, American Cancer Society, Inc., on-line at
www.cancer.org
Note: Estimates only. Brain includes Other Nervous System.
In addition to collecting cancer data from the individual states, 2000 Cancer data were obtained
from the National Program of Cancer Registries Cancer Surveillance System (NPCR-CSS),
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, from data submitted to NPCR-CSS in January 2003
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by state health department or their designees, and by the National Cancer Institute’s
Surveillance, Epidemiology, and End Results (SEER) Program, from data submitted to SEER by
state and metropolitan area central cancer registries for SEER’s November 2002 data
submission. Data were provided for states meeting the following data criteria for all sites
combined for each year presented: case ascertainment is at least 90% complete; > 97% of cases
pass a standard set of computerized edits (i.e., a standard set of logic error checks which does not
alter the data); < 5% of cases were reported by death certificate only (DCO); < 3% of cases are
missing information on sex; < 5% of cases are missing information on race; and < 3% of cases
are missing information on age.
County tables present three-year (1998-2000) averages for case counts rounded to whole
numbers, with incidence less than six suppressed. State tables present 2000 incidence, crude
rates and age-adjusted rates (no age-adjusted rates are available for male and female combined);
when fewer than 16 cases have been reported for a specific cancer site-race category, rates and
counts are suppressed, but the suppressed cases are included in the calculations of rates for the
US. Races presented are White, Black, and all races combined.
MENTAL HEALTH
Limited indicators of mental health are available. Two of the primary sources are the CDC’s
Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) and Behavior Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS),
both of which are samples with relatively small numbers of respondents. The intent of these
surveys is to provide a composite picture of the behaviors of high school students and members
of the population 18 years and older, respectively. Although attempts were made to further refine
these estimates to the county level, analysis indicated that with so few respondents to the specific
topic areas, any derived county estimates would be misleading. As such, data are provided from
these surveys only at the state level. Other surveys were reviewed for possible inclusion, but the
sources indicated the surveys were not designed to be used at the county level, or even at the
state level (e.g., the NHIS).
YRBS data by race are not available at the state level, but BRFSS data by race is available. The
BRFSS data presented in this database by race are for Total, White (Non-Hispanic and
Hispanic), Black (Non-Hispanic and Hispanic), and Hispanic. The white and black categories
will not match those presented on the CDC’s website, because those are white non-Hispanic and
black Non-Hispanic even though they are stated as white and black.
Poor mental health was calculated using the CDC’s 2001 BRFSS and is defined as the percent of
population indicating they had more than eight poor mental health days in the month prior to the
survey.
High school students feeling persistent sadness, considering, attempting, making a plan for, and
requiring medical assistance from attempting suicide are from the 2001 YRBS, which is only
available every other year.
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Mortality statistics were calculated using the 2000 NCHS Mortality Detail File. Rates were
calculated using the 2000 bridge population, as described in the Mortality section. three-year
averages are not provided for deaths from mental disorders because data are not comparable
between ICD-9 and ICD-10. The mental health mortality data were suppressed at the county
level if the number of events was fewer than five.
2000 causes of death from mental disorders are defined as follows:
Mental and Behavioral Disorders
Organic dementia
Other and unspecified organic mental disorders
Mental and behavioral disorders due to psychoactive substance use
Mental and behavioral disorders due to use of alcohol
Mental and behavioral disorders due to other psychoactive substance
use
Schizophrenia, schizotypal and delusional disorders
Mood (affective) disorders
Neurotic, stress-related and somatoform disorders
Mental retardation
Other and unspecified mental and behavioral disorders
ICD-10 Codes
F01-F99
F01 – F03
F04-F09
F10-F19
F10
F11-F19
F20-F29
F30-F39
F40-F48
F70-F79
F50-F69, F80-F99
REPRODUCTIVE AND MATERNAL HEALTH
Reproductive and maternal health statistics were calculated using the 1998-2000 National Center
for Health Statistics National Vital Statistics System Detail Natality Files. Rates were calculated
using the 2000 age, race, gender bridge population Census data, as described in Demographics.
Data are available at the county level, and are based on place of residence. The primary issue
with these data is the handling and interpretation of very small numbers at the county level.
Such data (1) can present a distorted view of an area when taken as a single point in time, and (2)
are restricted in use due to privacy guidelines when fewer than three cases occur in an area.
Therefore, data were screened to ensure no data were inappropriately presented. Some data
presented in more detail at the state level have been consolidated or omitted from the county data
tables because of very small numbers. Incidence data of fewer than five occurrences and the
associated rates are suppressed and presented as blanks in the database. Additionally, three year
average data are provided. These data do not have the same restrictions; occurrences are
unsuppressed to enable aggregation to higher geographic levels; rates for fewer than five
occurrences are suppressed.
Not all data are available for all states. Nebraska and Texas do not report birth injuries. New
Mexico does not report any congenital anomalies. New York City does not report data on
assisted ventilation after birth. As a result, the New York state level figures do not include values
for New York City, that is the sum of the state excludes the counties Bronx (36005), Kings
(36047), New York (36061), Queens (36081), and Richmond (36085).
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For 1998, 1999, and 2000, Texas does not report cases of Herpes. California, for all three years,
and South Dakota, for 1998 and 1999, do not report cases of tobacco or alcohol use during
pregnancy. For 1998 and 1999, Indiana and New York State report tobacco use, but not the
same way as NCHS, so they are not reported in the total. In this case, the New York state level
figures represent the values for New York City only, that is, the sum the counties Bronx (36005),
Kings (36047), New York (36061), Queens (36081), and Richmond (36085). For all three years,
California does not report mothers’ weight gain.
Further, some data presented in more detail at the state level have been consolidated or omitted
from the county data tables because of very small numbers. Incidence data of four or fewer
occurrences and the associated rates are presented as blanks in the database. Births are reported
by place of residence of the mother. Rates were developed to be consistent with data prepared
by NCHS, and as such used the bridge 2000 population developed by NCHS in collaboration
with the US Census Bureau. The bridge population serves to condense the 31 race categories
used in census 2000, as required by the OMB’s 1997 standards for race and ethnicity data
collection, to the four race categories specified by the 1977 standards, namely white, black,
American Indian, and Asian/Pacific Islander. Transition to the 1997 standards is still under way
in the vital statistics program.
Pregnancy Rates were calculated using live births, fetal deaths, and intentional termination of
pregnancy (ITOP, or abortion) data. Because the ITOP data was acquired from the states, the
data may be missing procedures performed to residents out of state. As a result, the calculated
pregnancy rates may be lower than the actual rates.
Some pregnancy related variables were obtained from the Pregnancy Risk Assessment
Monitoring System (PRAMS). The source for these variables was MMWR, April 26, 2002 /
51(SS02);1–26.
Additional data were collected from the individual states regarding fetal deaths and abortions.
These data were not always available at the county level and sometimes were suppressed due to
small numbers of occurrences. Abortion data are by county of residence, unless otherwise noted.
Abortion and Fetal Death data were acquired from the following sources with limitations, as
noted:
Fetal Deaths
Alabama
Alabama Department of Public Health
Bureau of Information Services
Center for Health Statistics
201 Monroe Street, RSA Tower
Montgomery, AL 36130
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Florida
Florida Department of Health
Office of Vital Statistics
Public Health Statistics Section
P.O. Box 210
Jacksonville, FL 32231-0042
Georgia
Health Information and Policy,
2 Peach Street S15213
Atlanta, GA 30303-3142
Surveillance & Health Data Branch
Division of Epidemiology & Health Planning
Kentucky Dept. for Public Health
275 E. Main St. HS1E-C
Frankfort, Kentucky 40621
Kentucky
Mississippi
No data were available.
North Carolina
State Center for Health Statistics
NC Division of Public Health
1908 Mail Service Center
Raleigh, NC 27699-1908
South Carolina
Division of Biostatistics and Health GIS
Public Health Statistics and Information Services
South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control
Tennessee
Health Statistics and Research
Cordell Hull Bldg., 4th Floor
425 Fifth Avenue North
Nashville, TN 37247
US
Computed from fetal mortality rate in Table 23 of Health, US, 2002,
with Chartbook on Trends in the Health of Americans, Hyattsville,
MD: 2002, and reflects fetal deaths of 20 weeks or more gestation.
Note: White and Black only; no Hispanic rates reported.
Abortions (Intentional Termination of Pregnancy)
Alabama
Alabama Department of Public Health
Bureau of Family Health Services
Women's and Children's Health Division
201 Monroe Street, RSA Tower
Montgomery, AL 36130
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Georgia
Florida Department of Health
Office of Vital Statistics
Public Health Statistics Section
P.O. Box 210
Jacksonville, FL 32231-0042
Note: Data by Race breakdowns are presented on the state level
only. Data are presented by county of occurrence.
Health Information and Policy,
2 Peach Street S15213
Atlanta, GA 30303-3142
Kentucky
Vital Statistics Branch
Division of Epidemiology and Health Planning
Department for Public Health
Cabinet for Health Services
275 East Main Street 1E-A
Frankfort Kentucky 40621
Note: Data by Race breakdowns are presented on the state level
only. Data are presented by following races: White, Black, and
Other/Unknown. Data are presented by county of occurrence for
selected counties.
Mississippi
No data were available.
An estimate of the number of abortions obtained in Mississippi is
provided in the database. This estimate can be found in the state
profiles for abortion at www.agi-usa.org and is rounded to the
nearest ten. Estimates include resident and non-resident abortions.
North Carolina
State Center for Health Statistics
NC Division of Public Health
1908 Mail Service Center
Raleigh, NC 27699-1908
South Carolina
Division of Biostatistics and Health GIS
Public Health Statistics and Information Services
South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control
Tennessee
Health Statistics and Research
Cordell Hull Bldg., 4th Floor
425 Fifth Avenue North
Nashville, TN 37247
US
Table 17, Health, United States, 2000 With Adolescent Health
Chartbook, Hyattsville, Maryland: 2000.
http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/data/hus/hus00.pdf
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Maternal health statistics also have all the same data limitations and restrictions as those
described for mortality and reproductive health. In addition, not all states collect data in all
categories. For 1998, 1999, and 2000, Texas does not report cases of Herpes. California, for all
three years, and South Dakota, for 1998 and 1999, do not report cases of tobacco or alcohol use
during pregnancy. For 1998 and 1999, Indiana and New York State report tobacco use, but not
the same way as NCHS, so they are not reported in the total. In this case, the New York state
level figures represent the values for New York City only, that is the sum the counties Bronx
(36005), Kings (36047), New York (36061), Queens (36081), and Richmond (36085). For all
three years, California does not report mothers’ weight gain.
Maternal Health statistics were calculated using the 2000 NCHS Natality Detail Files. Rates
were calculated using the 2000 age, race, gender bridge population Census data, as described in
Demographics.
Single year Maternal Health statistics were suppressed at the county level for fields where the
number of occurrences was 1, 2, 3, or 4.
VIOLENCE AND ABUSE
Many different agencies and organizations were contacted in an attempt to obtain local level
statistics. The only source that could provide fairly detailed and comprehensive data across the
region was the FBI. The FBI collects data from law enforcement agencies across the nation on a
voluntary basis. No attempt has been made to adjust for underreporting nor have adjustments
been made in the file to reflect prior year changes.
Totals in the database do not always equal race/gender specific detail because race and gender
are not always known. Totals of Frontier/Not Frontier and Urban/Rural/Metro designations will
not equal the totals for the region or for the nation because some of the data are from unknown
counties and therefore cannot be classified under those designations.
The FBI statistics had to be coded and deciphered before being presented in this database. An
extensive amount of processing was required. Homicide data come from the FBI in a file that
contains each individual case: cases had to processed for the relevant variables (race, sex,
relationship of victim to offender) and summed to the state level. Murders, Rapes, Robberies,
and Assaults data come in a month-by-month file that contains negative numbers to adjust for
misreported information in previous months.
Homicide rates are per 100,000 population.
Many indicators, such as assault against women, are not available at the state or local levels. In
general, very little gender-specific data were available. The exceptions were for
homicide/manslaughter and rape. The FBI’s rape data only includes rapes perpetrated against
women.
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Data are missing for homicide from the District of Columbia and Florida. Homicide data for the
District of Columbia and Florida were requested from the individual states, as were rape data for
Illinois and Delaware. Florida’s homicide data had a different format than the FBI data and as a
result, the offender count is unknown. Rape data for Illinois and Delaware may contain rapes
perpetrated against men as well as women whereas the FBI file only contains rapes perpetrated
against women.
The data will not match the FBI’s Crime in the US because that file was created in April 2000.
However, it does match other reports from the FBI. Data reported are by place of occurrence,
not residence. They reflect a 95% report rate.
Overall crime statistics were obtained from the 2000 FBI Uniform Crime Statistics files.
Homicide data were calculated using the 2000 FBI Supplementary Homicide Report data files.
ILLNESS PREVENTION
Data were obtained from the CDC’s Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System, or BRFSS and
the Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System, YRBS, which represented the only data available
on certain topics. The BRFSS is conducted annually and the YRBS is conducted biennially.
Data from these sources are based on samples of the population. Because of the small sample
sizes, no reliable estimates could be made at the county level.
Complete documentation on survey methodology, historic information, confidence intervals, etc.
can be found at the websites: http://www.cdc.gov/brfss/about.htm and
http://www.cdc.gov/nccdphp/dash/yrbs.
Illness prevention data for adults was processed using the CDC’s 2001 BRFSS. For the BRFSS,
the US value was calculated using the values from all of the states, whereas the BRFSS website
gives the US value as the median of the states.
Illness prevention data for teenagers were obtained from the CDC’s 2001 YRBS. Alaska,
Arizona, California, Connecticut, Georgia, Kansas, Maryland, Minnesota, New Mexico, Ohio,
Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Washington and West Virginia are all lacking data
for 2001. There are several data items missing, primarily due to the states not asking a particular
question, as outlined below with the individual questions.
Participation in vigorous exercise is defined by the YRBS as participating in “activities that
made students sweat and breathe hard for >= 20 minutes on >= 3 of the 7 days preceding the
survey.” Participation in moderate exercise is defined by the YRBS as participating in “activities
that did not make students sweat or breathe heard for >= 30 minutes on >= 5 of the 7 days
preceding the survey.
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Some YRBS data are weighted and as a result, the sum of the sample student size in the states is
more than the US total. All of the participating states are listed below as either weighted or
unweighted.
Weighted
Alabama
Arkansas
Delaware
Florida
Idaho
Maine
Massachusetts
Michigan
Mississippi
Missouri
Montana
Nevada
New Jersey
North Carolina
North Dakota
Rhode Island
South Dakota
Texas
Utah
Vermont
Wisconsin
Wyoming
Unweighted
Colorado
District of Columbia
Hawaii
Illinois*
Indiana
Iowa
Kentucky
Louisiana*
Nebraska
New Hampshire
New York*
South Carolina
Tennessee
* survey lacked one of the state’s largest districts
ACCESS TO CARE
These data were available at the county level and are from sources that are often available on an
annual basis. While many areas of interest (e.g., greater information regarding health
professionals) are not currently available, they are in the process of being collected by the
Bureau of Health Professions of DHHS/HRSA, and should be available for future assessment.
For example, data are currently being collected for certified nurse midwives, RNs, LPNs, and
pharmacists.
Access to Health Care data were calculated using the Health Resources and Services
Administration, Bureau of Health Professions’ Area Resource File (ARF) (February 2003).
Original source data are:
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2000 Health Professions Shortage Area (HPSA) codes are from the Bureau of Primary
Health Care, Health Resources and Services Administration.
2000 Hospital Facilities data are from the 2000 American Hospital Association’s Annual
Survey of Hospitals.
2000 M.D. Physicians data are from the 2000 American Medical Association Physician
Masterfiles. These numbers include only MD’s, not DO’s.
2001 D.O. Physicians data are from the American Osteopathic Association.
2001 Chiropractors were prepared by the Palmer Center for Chiropractic Research under
contract to Bureau of Health Professions, Health Resources and Services Administration.
2001 Nurse Practitioners data are from 2001 American Academy of Nurse Practitioners
Survey.
1998 Dentists data are from the 1998 ADA Distribution of Dentists in the United States by
Region and State.
2001 Physicians Assistants data are from the American Academy of Physician Assistants
File.
2000 Home Health Agencies, Rural Health Centers, Community Mental Health Centers,
and Federally Qualified Health Centers data are from the 2000 Centers for Medicare and
Medicaid Services (formerly Health Care Financing Administration) Provider of Services file.
2000 Total Registered Nurses and 2000 Registered Nurses employed in nursing are from the
Bureau of Health Professions, National Center for Health Workforce Analysis, National Sample
Survey of Registered Nurses located at http://bhpr.hrsa.gov/healthworkforce/data/nurse.htm.
Additionally, 1998 Licensed Practical Nurses, 1998 Nurse Practitioners, 2000 Certified
Nurse Midwives, 1997 Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists, 1998 Psychiatrists, 1998
Social Workers, and 1998 Pharmacists are from the Bureau of Health Professions, National
Center for Health Workforce Analysis, State Health Profiles, located at
http://bhpr.hrsa.gov/healthworkforce/reports/profiles/default.htm.
All other health providers (e.g., therapists, psychologists, etc.) are from the 2000 Census EEO
Employment File.
The data for the percentage of women living in a county without an abortion provider came from
the National Women’s Law Center’s 2001 publication of Making the Grade on Women’s
Health. The original source for the data is Stanley K. Henshaw, “Abortion Incidence and
Services in the United States, 1995-1996,” Family Planning Perspectives 30
(November/December 1998), 263-270, 287. Regional values were calculated using the female
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population of the states along with the percent living in a county without an abortion provider.
As the publication explains on page 152, “This measure includes women age 15 to 44 living in a
county without an abortion provider (defined as a place where abortions are performed, e.g., a
hospital, clinic, or physician’s office). If an organization offers abortion services at more than
one location, each service site is counted as a provider. The number of providers is different
than the number of physicians who perform abortions, because one physician could be
responsible for services in several facilities, and several physicians could perform abortions in a
single setting. An abortion is defined as ‘any procedure, including menstrual extraction and
menstrual regulation, intended to terminate a pregnancy.’”
Health Professional Shortage Areas
The 2000 and 2001 Health Professional Shortage Area (HPSA) codes for Primary Medical
Care, Dentists and Mental Health Professionals are from the Bureau of Primary Health Care,
DHHS.
HPSA data for Primary Care Physicians and Dentists are defined as follows:
1) For Critical Physician Shortage, the identifying CHP Agency must have indicated a
shortage of physicians in primary care (i.e., M.D.'s and D.O.'s practicing general or
family medicine, internal medicine, pediatrics, obstetrics/gynecology, and those general
surgeons who spend 50% or more of their patient care time in primary care practice).
The proposed shortage area must have a primary care physician-to-population ratio of
less than 1:4000.
2) For Critical Dental Shortage, the identifying CHP Agency must have indicated a
shortage of dentists in general practice. If the area is an entire county, the overall
dentist-to-population ratio (including both general and specialty dentists) in the county
within which the area is located must be less than 1:5000.
3) The criteria for psychiatric HPSA's were expanded to mental health HPSA's in 1992 as
published in the Federal Register, Vol. 57, No. 14; Wednesday, January 22, 1992. To be
designated as having a shortage of mental health professionals, a geographic area must meet
the following criteria where core mental health professionals include those psychiatrists,
clinical psychologists, clinical social workers, psychiatric nurse specialists, and marriage
and family therapists who meet the definitions set forth in the ruling. Refer to the Federal
Register publication for more information
A.
The area is a rational area for the delivery of mental health services.
B.
One of the following conditions prevails within the area:
1.
The area has:
a) population-to-core-mental-health-professional ratio greater than or equal
to 6,000:1 and a population-to-psychiatrist ratio greater than or equal to 20,000:1,
or
b) a population-to-core-professional ratio greater than or equal to 9,000:1, or
c) a population-to-psychiatrist ratio greater than or equal to 30,000:1;
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2.
The area has unusually high needs for mental health services, and has:
a) population-to-core-mental-health-professional ratio greater than or equal
to 4,500:1 and a population-to-psychiatrist ratio greater than or equal to
15,000:1, or
b) a population-to-core-professional ratio greater than or equal to 6,000:1, or
c) a population-to-psychiatrist ratio greater than or equal to 20,000:1;
C.
Mental health professionals in contiguous areas are overutilized, excessively
distant or inaccessible to residents of the area under consideration.
4) Since April 1980, HPSA data classify counties as follows:
0 = None of the county designated as a shortage area;
1 = The whole county was designated as a shortage area;
2 = One or more parts of the county was designated as a shortage area.
More detailed HPSA information can be found at http://belize.hrsa.gov/newhpsa/newhpsa.cfm.
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APPENDIX B: STATE LEVEL DETAILED DATA
B.1: FEMALE POPULATION BY RACE/ETHNICITY AND AGE: 2000
Total
<15
White Female Population
15 - 19
20 - 24
25 – 44
45 - 64
65 - 84
85+
Alabama
1,618,383
100.0%
290,207
17.9%
101,601
6.3%
99,493
6.1%
453,788
28.0%
398,110
24.6%
237,030
14.6%
38,154
2.4%
Florida
6,382,195
100.0%
1,010,632
15.8%
336,636
5.3%
309,775
4.9%
1,707,530
26.8%
1,566,219
24.5%
1,248,317
19.6%
203,086
3.2%
Georgia
2,684,658
100.0%
512,304
19.1%
167,914
6.3%
165,660
6.2%
831,114
31.0%
640,421
23.9%
316,732
11.8%
50,513
1.9%
Kentucky
1,864,475
348,566
124,795
122,695
546,698
440,044
241,904
39,773
100.0%
18.7%
6.7%
6.6%
29.3%
23.6%
13.0%
2.1%
890,155
162,013
60,058
56,921
244,923
214,291
129,738
22,211
100.0%
18.2%
6.7%
6.4%
27.5%
24.1%
14.6%
2.5%
2,951,945
100.0%
521,522
17.7%
172,628
5.8%
180,790
6.1%
881,875
29.9%
722,516
24.5%
408,733
13.8%
63,881
2.2%
1,371,361
100.0%
241,995
17.6%
85,899
6.3%
85,253
6.2%
394,811
28.8%
343,176
25.0%
192,348
14.0%
27,879
2.0%
Tennessee
2,334,309
100.0%
418,210
17.9%
145,613
6.2%
144,623
6.2%
683,283
29.3%
572,857
24.5%
317,479
13.6%
52,244
2.2%
Region IV
20,097,481
100.0%
3,505,449 1,195,144 1,165,210
17.4%
5.9%
5.8%
5,744,022
28.6%
4,897,634
24.4%
3,092,281
15.4%
497,741
2.5%
Mississippi
North
Carolina
South
Carolina
US Total
107,687,432 20,008,342 6,879,090 6,388,969 31,104,935 25,490,101 15,125,868 2,690,127
100.0%
18.6%
6.4%
5.9%
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Black/African American Female Population
15 - 19
20 - 24
25 – 44
45 – 64
Total
<15
619,936
100.0%
146,926
23.7%
53,286
8.6%
50,253
8.1%
182,238
29.4%
117,851
19.0%
58,558
9.4%
10,824
1.7%
Florida
1,214,385
100.0%
317,483
26.1%
106,088
8.7%
93,263
7.7%
373,307
30.7%
220,351
18.1%
91,212
7.5%
12,681
1.0%
Georgia
1,241,597
100.0%
310,382
25.0%
99,513
8.0%
96,689
7.8%
411,778
33.2%
224,957
18.1%
83,976
6.8%
14,302
1.2%
Kentucky
151,915
36,334
12,398
12,219
46,208
28,698
13,591
2,467
100.0%
23.9%
8.2%
8.0%
30.4%
18.9%
8.9%
1.6%
Mississippi
549,440
142,490
51,599
46,511
159,700
95,462
45,025
8,653
100.0%
25.9%
9.4%
8.5%
29.1%
17.4%
8.2%
1.6%
921,278
100.0%
215,504
23.4%
69,671
7.6%
69,157
7.5%
287,679
31.2%
181,763
19.7%
84,197
9.1%
13,307
1.4%
630,374
100.0%
150,924
23.9%
53,294
8.5%
47,404
7.5%
186,835
29.6%
126,522
20.1%
56,415
8.9%
8,980
1.4%
494,226
100.0%
122,706
24.8%
39,608
8.0%
38,720
7.8%
153,974
31.2%
92,199
18.7%
40,100
8.1%
6,919
1.4%
Region IV
5,823,151
100.0%
1,442,749
24.8%
485,457
8.3%
454,216
7.8%
1,801,719
30.9%
1,087,803
18.7%
473,074
8.1%
78,133
1.3%
US Total
18,193,005
4,495,560 1,446,788 1,348,124
5,647,355
3,506,393
1,520,276
228,509
31.0%
19.3%
8.4%
1.3%
Alabama
North
Carolina
South
Carolina
Tennessee
100.0%
24.7%
8.0%
7.4%
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American Indian/Alaskan Native Female Population
<15
15 - 19
20 - 24
25 – 44
45 - 64
65 – 84
85+
Alabama
11,161
100.0%
2,405
21.5%
1,067
9.6%
858
7.7%
3,655
32.7%
2,517
22.6%
598
5.4%
61
0.5%
Florida
25,798
100.0%
5,663
22.0%
1,978
7.7%
1,778
6.9%
8,718
33.8%
5,878
22.8%
1,611
6.2%
172
0.7%
Georgia
10,085
100.0%
2,225
22.1%
764
7.6%
796
7.9%
3,575
35.4%
2,222
22.0%
454
4.5%
49
0.5%
4,163
837
329
288
1,469
935
276
29
100.0%
20.1%
7.9%
6.9%
35.3%
22.5%
6.6%
0.7%
5,915
1,649
583
488
1,756
1,103
299
37
100.0%
27.9%
9.9%
8.3%
29.7%
18.6%
5.1%
0.6%
50,476
100.0%
12,337
24.4%
4,116
8.2%
3,992
7.9%
15,753
31.2%
10,434
20.7%
3,479
6.9%
365
0.7%
6,786
100.0%
1,522
22.4%
571
8.4%
543
8.0%
2,285
33.7%
1,476
21.8%
356
5.2%
33
0.5%
Tennessee
7,238
100.0%
1,428
19.7%
538
7.4%
508
7.0%
2,522
34.8%
1,782
24.6%
422
5.8%
38
0.5%
Region IV
121,622
100.0%
28,066
23.1%
9,946
8.2%
9,251
7.6%
39,733
32.7%
26,347
21.7%
7,495
6.2%
784
0.6%
1,241,974
342,863
113,001
95,894
382,248
228,783
70,962
8,223
100.0%
27.6%
9.1%
7.7%
30.8%
18.4%
5.7%
0.7%
Kentucky
Mississippi
North
Carolina
South
Carolina
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<15
Asian/Pacific Islander Female Population
15 - 19
20 - 24
25 – 44
45 - 64
65 - 84
85+
Alabama
17,258
100.0%
3,268
18.9%
1,196
6.9%
1,409
8.2%
6,566
38.0%
3,884
22.5%
898
5.2%
37
0.2%
Florida
146,421
100.0%
25,974
17.7%
10,016
6.8%
10,671
7.3%
54,644
37.3%
35,035
23.9%
9,491
6.5%
590
0.4%
Georgia
90,233
100.0%
18,152
20.1%
6,486
7.2%
7,327
8.1%
36,124
40.0%
17,922
19.9%
4,000
4.4%
222
0.2%
16,240
3,268
1,057
1,456
6,464
3,193
760
42
100.0%
20.1%
6.5%
9.0%
39.8%
19.7%
4.7%
0.3%
10,241
2,068
802
816
3,810
2,150
555
40
100.0%
20.2%
7.8%
8.0%
37.2%
21.0%
5.4%
0.4%
60,586
100.0%
13,361
22.1%
4,500
7.4%
5,232
8.6%
23,514
38.8%
11,273
18.6%
2,558
4.2%
148
0.2%
19,823
100.0%
3,623
18.3%
1,463
7.4%
1,591
8.0%
7,514
37.9%
4,551
23.0%
1,020
5.1%
61
0.3%
Tennessee
30,584
100.0%
6,181
20.2%
2,238
7.3%
2,652
8.7%
11,818
38.6%
6,201
20.3%
1,402
4.6%
92
0.3%
Region IV
391,386
100.0%
75,895
19.4%
27,758
7.1%
31,154
8.0%
150,454
38.4%
84,209
21.5%
20,684
5.3%
1,232
0.3%
5,490,463
1,048,725
383,885
427,037
1,971,268
1,187,685
433,061
38,802
100.0%
19.1%
7.0%
7.8%
35.9%
21.6%
7.9%
0.7%
Kentucky
Mississippi
North
Carolina
South
Carolina
US Total
144
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Total
<15
15 - 19
Asian Female Population
20 - 24
25 – 44
45 - 64
65 - 84
85+
Alabama
16,595
100.0%
3,109
18.7%
1,141
6.9%
1,344
8.1%
6,353
38.3%
3,762
22.7%
853
5.1%
33
0.2%
Florida
142,284
100.0%
25,121
17.7%
9,643
6.8%
10,201
7.2%
53,223
37.4%
34,276
24.1%
9,266
6.5%
554
0.4%
Georgia
88,322
100.0%
15,534
100.0%
9,907
100.0%
17,676
20.0%
3,095
19.9%
1,999
20.2%
6,325
7.2%
987
6.4%
772
7.8%
7,078
8.0%
1,358
8.7%
783
7.9%
35,416
40.1%
6,243
40.2%
3,698
37.3%
17,670
20.0%
3,082
19.8%
2,083
21.0%
3,946
4.5%
730
4.7%
534
5.4%
211
0.2%
39
0.3%
38
0.4%
58,783
100.0%
12,923
22.0%
4,337
7.4%
4,981
8.5%
22,875
38.9%
11,021
18.7%
2,504
4.3%
142
0.2%
19,073
100.0%
3,451
18.1%
1,408
7.4%
1,503
7.9%
7,242
38.0%
4,428
23.2%
987
5.2%
54
0.3%
Tennessee
29,556
100.0%
5,943
20.1%
2,151
7.3%
2,517
8.5%
11,463
38.8%
6,046
20.5%
1,350
4.6%
86
0.3%
Region IV
380,054
100.0%
73,317
19.3%
26,764
7.0%
29,765
7.8%
146,513
38.6%
82,368
21.7%
20,170
5.3%
1,157
0.3%
5,294,257
997,391
365,951
408,587
1,907,690
1,154,248
422,718
37,672
100.0%
18.8%
6.9%
7.7%
36.0%
21.8%
8.0%
0.7%
Kentucky
Mississippi
North
Carolina
South
Carolina
US Total
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Total
Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander Female Population
<15
15 - 19
20 - 24
25 – 44
45 - 64
65 - 84
85+
Alabama
663
100.0%
159
24.0%
55
8.3%
65
9.8%
213
32.1%
122
18.4%
45
6.8%
4
0.6%
Florida
4,137
100.0%
853
20.6%
373
9.0%
470
11.4%
1,421
34.3%
759
18.3%
225
5.4%
36
0.9%
Georgia
1,911
100.0%
706
100.0%
334
100.0%
476
24.9%
173
24.5%
69
20.7%
161
8.4%
70
9.9%
30
9.0%
249
13.0%
98
13.9%
33
9.9%
708
37.0%
221
31.3%
112
33.5%
252
13.2%
111
15.7%
67
20.1%
54
2.8%
30
4.2%
21
6.3%
11
0.6%
3
0.4%
2
0.6%
1,803
100.0%
438
24.3%
163
9.0%
251
13.9%
639
35.4%
252
14.0%
54
3.0%
6
0.3%
750
100.0%
172
22.9%
55
7.3%
88
11.7%
272
36.3%
123
16.4%
33
4.4%
7
0.9%
Tennessee
1,028
100.0%
238
23.2%
87
8.5%
135
13.1%
355
34.5%
155
15.1%
52
5.1%
6
0.6%
Region IV
11,332
100.0%
2,578
22.7%
994
8.8%
1,389
12.3%
3,941
34.8%
1,841
16.2%
514
4.5%
75
0.7%
US Total
196,206
51,334
17,934
18,450
63,578
33,437
10,343
1,130
100.0%
26.2%
9.1%
9.4%
32.4%
17.0%
5.3%
0.6%
Kentucky
Mississippi
North
Carolina
South
Carolina
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Total
<15
Some Other Race Female Population
15 - 19
20 - 24
25 – 44
45 - 64
65 - 84
85+
Alabama
11,494
100.0%
4,124
35.9%
1,095
9.5%
1,428
12.4%
3,820
33.2%
859
7.5%
146
1.3%
22
0.2%
Florida
228,594
100.0%
63,953
28.0%
22,453
9.8%
23,415
10.2%
77,936
34.1%
31,115
13.6%
8,781
3.8%
941
0.4%
Georgia
77,222
100.0%
25,767
33.4%
7,254
9.4%
10,488
13.6%
27,155
35.2%
5,577
7.2%
878
1.1%
103
0.1%
8,499
3,419
749
1,002
2,633
570
108
18
100.0%
40.2%
8.8%
11.8%
31.0%
6.7%
1.3%
0.2%
5,169
1,714
512
634
1,734
485
84
6
100.0%
33.2%
9.9%
12.3%
33.5%
9.4%
1.6%
0.1%
72,085
100.0%
24,810
34.4%
6,958
9.7%
10,358
14.4%
24,691
34.3%
4,469
6.2%
731
1.0%
68
0.1%
14,835
100.0%
4,791
32.3%
1,631
11.0%
2,070
14.0%
4,951
33.4%
1,149
7.7%
215
1.4%
28
0.2%
Tennessee
21,434
100.0%
7,346
34.3%
2,082
9.7%
2,828
13.2%
7,232
33.7%
1,655
7.7%
266
1.2%
25
0.1%
Region IV
439,332
100.0%
135,924
30.9%
42,734
9.7%
52,223
11.9%
150,152
34.2%
45,879
10.4%
11,209
2.6%
1,211
0.3%
7,349,859
2,281,861
699,948
746,086
2,437,296
917,555
242,942
24,171
100.0%
31.0%
9.5%
10.2%
33.2%
12.5%
3.3%
0.3%
Kentucky
Mississippi
North
Carolina
South
Carolina
US Total
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Total
<15
Two or More Races Female Population
15 - 19
20 - 24
25 – 44
45 - 64
65 - 84
85+
Alabama
22,364
100.0%
7,190
32.1%
1,920
8.6%
1,619
7.2%
5,589
25.0%
4,062
18.2%
1,763
7.9%
221
1.0%
Florida
187,270
100.0%
55,330
29.5%
15,422
8.2%
14,230
7.6%
56,234
30.0%
31,986
17.1%
12,411
6.6%
1,657
0.9%
Georgia
55,545
100.0%
19,973
36.0%
4,532
8.2%
4,773
8.6%
15,968
28.7%
7,484
13.5%
2,535
4.6%
280
0.5%
21,109
8,595
1,699
1,489
4,498
2,984
1,618
226
100.0%
40.7%
8.0%
7.1%
21.3%
14.1%
7.7%
1.1%
10,184
3,464
906
784
2,345
1,700
820
165
100.0%
34.0%
8.9%
7.7%
23.0%
16.7%
8.1%
1.6%
50,248
100.0%
19,891
39.6%
4,234
8.4%
4,561
9.1%
13,057
26.0%
5,935
11.8%
2,246
4.5%
324
0.6%
19,904
100.0%
7,661
38.5%
1,726
8.7%
1,620
8.1%
4,856
24.4%
2,777
14.0%
1,112
5.6%
152
0.8%
Tennessee
31,217
100.0%
11,592
37.1%
2,547
8.2%
2,272
7.3%
7,620
24.4%
4,744
15.2%
2,138
6.8%
304
1.0%
Region IV
397,841
100.0%
133,696
33.6%
32,986
8.3%
31,348
7.9%
110,167
27.7%
61,672
15.5%
24,643
6.2%
3,329
0.8%
3,405,610
1,221,817
306,174
270,077
928,822
479,533
176,430
22,757
100.0%
35.9%
9.0%
7.9%
27.3%
14.1%
5.2%
0.7%
Kentucky
Mississippi
North
Carolina
South
Carolina
US Total
148
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Alabama
<15
Hispanic/Latino Female Population
15 - 19
20 - 24
25 – 44
45 - 64
65 - 84
85+
32,710
100.0%
10,259
31.4%
2,854
8.7%
3,484
10.7%
10,368
31.7%
4,038
12.3%
1,486
4.5%
221
0.7%
1,342,606
100.0%
285,555
21.3%
92,737
6.9%
95,949
7.1%
437,109
32.6%
268,564
20.0%
142,656
10.6%
20,036
1.5%
176,943
100.0%
55,612
31.4%
15,206
8.6%
22,043
12.5%
62,427
35.3%
16,968
9.6%
4,205
2.4%
482
0.3%
24,430
7,726
2,114
2,639
7,617
3,103
1,060
171
100.0%
31.6%
8.7%
10.8%
31.2%
12.7%
4.3%
0.7%
16,697
4,897
1,550
1,568
5,121
2,471
967
123
100.0%
29.3%
9.3%
9.4%
30.7%
14.8%
5.8%
0.7%
152,341
100.0%
50,162
32.9%
13,633
8.9%
20,753
13.6%
52,322
34.3%
12,173
8.0%
2,972
2.0%
326
0.2%
38,339
100.0%
11,319
29.5%
3,775
9.8%
4,692
12.2%
12,632
32.9%
4,457
11.6%
1,336
3.5%
128
0.3%
50,527
100.0%
15,894
31.5%
4,480
8.9%
5,831
11.5%
16,832
33.3%
5,624
11.1%
1,655
3.3%
211
0.4%
Region IV
1,834,593
100.0%
441,424
24.1%
136,349
7.4%
156,959
8.6%
604,428
32.9%
317,398
17.3%
156,337
8.5%
21,698
1.2%
US Total
17,144,023
5,135,565 1,483,090 1,534,288
5,492,325
2,492,038
905,626
101,091
32.0%
14.5%
5.3%
0.6%
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
North
Carolina
South
Carolina
Tennessee
100.0%
30.0%
8.7%
8.9%
Source: US Bureau of the Census, Census 2000
Females of Hispanic/Latino origin may be of any race.
The Asian/Pacific Islander category is the sum of the Asian and the Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander categories.
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MORTALITY
AL
2000 Female Deaths
FL
GA
KY
MS
NC
SC
TN
Region IV
22,709 80,309 32,389 20,058 14,498 36,579 18,237 27,973
US
252,752 1,225,773
2000 Female Death Rate
987.1
981.2
778.7
970.7
985.5
890.7
884.0
958.3
926.8
855.0
2000 Female Death Rate (Age Adj)
823.8
666.7
822.9
829.4
869.4
792.9
803.8
826.3
763.1
731.3
1998-2000 Female Deaths
22,406 79,156 31,285 19,686 14,043 35,303 17,774 27,272
246,925 1,207,236
1998-2000 Female Death Rate
983.1 1,004.3
776.9
963.4
969.3
887.5
879.7
955.1
930.6
860.2
1998-2000 Fem Dth Rate (Age Adj)
830.6
818.4
829.1
862.2
781.0
811.6
826.8
766.7
735.9
680.1
2000 Male Deaths
22,353 84,086 31,481 19,446 14,156 35,356 18,711 27,273
2000 Male Death Rate
1,041.4 1,078.3
2000 Male Death Rate (Age Adj)
1,253.6
1998-2000 Male Deaths
22,200 82,773 30,824 19,200 14,185 34,539 18,169 26,870
781.7
984.4 1,030.6
1,051.8 1,110.3
1998-2000 Male Death Rate (Age Adj)
1,261.6
2000 White Female Deaths
17,234 71,734 23,627 18,639
2000 White Female Death Rate
1,048.8 1,069.9
792.8
991.5 1,058.8
853.0
1,122.1
1,053.7
248,760 1,170,099
993.9
870.2
1,131.1
1,060.0
9,817 28,467 12,906 23,566
205,990 1,064,096
848.5
988.1 1,090.2
934.4
924.7
992.4
993.4
912.3
784.0
819.9
756.9
752.5
792.9
727.8
715.2
16,916 70,750 22,807 18,283
1,033.0 1,093.2
653.8
915.9
973.2
960.9 1,002.9
642.7
801.6
1998-2000 White Female Death Rate
795.0
984.5
992.2 1,211.0 1,231.3 1,335.8 1,177.0 1,219.9 1,245.3
1998-2000 White Female Deaths
1998-2000 Wh Fem Dth Rate (Age Adj)
960.1
978.6 1,207.2 1,235.9 1,303.5 1,179.2 1,224.4 1,235.0
1998-2000 Male Death Rate
2000 White Fem Death Rate (Age Adj)
896.7
252,862 1,177,578
813.2
9,412 27,296 12,631 23,003
201,098 1,048,634
836.9
976.8 1,057.7
921.7
920.6
988.0
992.7
913.4
778.9
819.7
738.7
761.0
795.0
729.3
718.7
2000 White Male Deaths
16,815 74,865 22,637 18,086
2000 White Male Death Rate
1,067.6 1,164.8
2000 White Male Death Rate (Age Adj)
1,195.6
800.7
9,479 26,930 13,206 22,910
812.1 1,002.7 1,090.0
204,928 1,007,191
971.7 1,003.6
1,019.8
887.8
951.8 1,143.2 1,225.5 1,237.3 1,108.3 1,143.2 1,190.2
1,068.7
1,029.4
1998-2000 White Male Deaths
16,636 73,652 22,156 17,872
1998-2000 White Male Death Rate
1,068.5 1,196.2
1998-2000 White Mal Dth Rte(Age Adj)
1,224.8
900.3
9,414 26,309 12,728 22,598
824.3 1,005.5 1,108.1
918.1
201,365 1,000,905
962.5 1,020.5
1,036.3
901.0
982.5 1,170.4 1,248.3 1,280.0 1,130.9 1,150.4 1,222.9
1,097.4
1,056.6
2000 Black Female Deaths
5,422
8,285
8,569
1,384
4,629
7,761
5,278
4,333
45,661
140,642
2000 Black Female Death Rate
866.2
646.8
677.5
877.4
836.8
825.5
827.3
861.6
765.7
733.0
2000 Black Fem Death Rate (Age Adj)
937.5
890.5
958.0 1,014.4
994.7
952.5
959.3 1,064.6
955.7
927.4
1998-2000 Black Female Deaths
5,440
8,115
8,311
1,371
4,579
7,650
5,093
4,198
44,757
138,342
1998-2000 Black Female Death Rate
883.1
662.1
689.3
897.0
843.4
843.3
817.8
855.9
776.6
746.7
1998-2000 Blk Fem Dth Rate (Age Adj)
962.5
945.8
958.6 1,002.5 1,004.0
963.6
965.1 1,051.2
969.9
940.1
2000 Black Male Deaths
5,492
8,865
8,616
1,326
4,608
7,990
5,454
4,288
46,639
145,184
2000 Black Male Death Rate
1,014.0
746.5
762.2
883.2
944.5
956.3
970.4
958.8
873.0
834.1
2000 Black Male Death Rate (Age Adj)
1,514.9 1,306.8 1,477.6 1,488.9 1,504.3 1,547.7 1,513.5 1,601.5
1,472.8
1,403.2
144,768
1998-2000 Black Male Deaths
5,513
8,787
8,456
1,300
4,711
7,826
5,390
4,201
46,185
1998-2000 Black Male Death Rate
1,039.8
776.9
793.9
922.9
991.3
975.9
988.5
976.4
902.1
863.4
1998-2000 Black Mal Dth Rte (Age Adj)
1,542.8 1,387.4 1,483.4 1,451.5 1,574.0 1,546.1 1,542.7 1,632.1
1,505.1
1,408.0
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MORTALITY
AL
2000 AmInd Female Deaths
FL
KY
MS
7
38
2000 AmInd Female Death Rate
174.0 172.9 370.0
150.9
2000 AmInd Fem Death Rate (Age Adj)
325.9 283.9 734.4
197.4
270
SC
TN
Region IV
7
593.3
501.8 220.5
84.7
335.5
346.1
967.3
785.6 380.7 190.3
558.4
604.5
6
32
11
455
5,083
172.0
572.7
540.1 245.9 161.3
372.3
391.2
1998-2000 AmInd Fem Dh Rate (Age Adj)
360.4 262.4 553.0
214.4
916.2
846.3 417.0 197.1
554.5
622.4
12
39
14
560
6,185
633.1
415.6
43
332
14
5,178
37
81
276
462
US
17
259.6 179.0 365.3
22
54
NC
1998-2000 AmInd Female Death Rate
2000 AmInd Male Deaths
24
55
GA
46
1998-2000 AmInd Female Deaths
22
17
2000 AmInd Male Death Rate
172.7 234.2 299.6
237.9
628.5 213.4 153.6
392.2
2000 AmInd Male Death Rate (Age Adj)
399.5 412.7 499.7
462.2 1,148.5 1,250.9 481.9 199.8
761.7
841.5
528
6,090
1998-2000 AmInd Male Deaths
28
71
36
8
38
703.2
316
17
15
1998-2000 AmInd Male Death Rate
310.5 225.8 324.7
218.3
631.5 291.6 211.2
427.2
475.4
1998-2000 AmInd Male Dth Rate (Age Adj)
534.2 336.6 526.7
365.6 1,170.1 1,191.6 657.2 269.4
717.3
838.2
15,857
2000 API Female Deaths
147
28
14
67
639
2000 API Female Death Rate
165.0 140.8 150.9
159.0
126.7
122.2 165.2 201.2
147.5
262.3
2000 API Fem Death Rate (Age Adj)
350.2 270.6 376.5
454.4
289.9
271.9 333.3 533.4
321.7
416.6
1998-2000 API Female Deaths
31
130
26
20
59
615
15,177
171.1
192.8
141.4 181.6 198.6
158.0
265.8
1998-2000 API Fem Dth Rate (Age Adj)
388.2 268.8 370.2
414.9
415.3
330.2 326.7 442.4
324.3
420.2
22
30
735
19,018
275
185
82
36
159.3 153.9 151.3
24
237
81
1998-2000 API Female Death Rate
2000 API Male Deaths
26
235
104
36
34
61
2000 API Male Death Rate
140.5 185.2 194.8
133.6
304.7
164.4 171.7 196.0
183.3
332.9
2000 API Male Death Rate (Age Adj)
384.3 383.8 562.0
432.4
761.6
482.3 578.7 501.0
456.1
624.1
20
23
682
18,336
1998-2000 API Male Deaths
22
263
176
88
34
56
1998-2000 API Male Death Rate
152.0 194.2 215.8
138.7
240.6
164.2 195.9 205.1
192.8
344.7
1998-2000 API Male Death Rate (Age Adj)
488.3 363.8 556.7
388.7
617.6
439.7 654.9 491.2
437.8
634.8
47,082
2000 Hisp Female Deaths
2000 Hisp Female Death Rate
2000 Hisp Fem Death Rate (Age Adj)
1998-2000 Hisp Female Deaths
183
84
21
133
94.8 474.7 103.4
31 6,373
343.8
125.8
87.3
166.3 503.6 289.6
717.5
175.6
6,920
377.2
274.6
194.1 192.6 284.7
485.0
546.3
168
72
19
61
6,728
45,139
136.5 507.0 128.3
382.0
142.9
104.1 128.4 161.8
423.9
283.7
1998-2000 Hisp Fem Dth Rate (Age Adj)
222.5 525.6 249.6
748.5
195.5
173.3 236.9 300.1
501.1
503.3
390
102
46
147
8,340
60,172
2000 Hisp Male Death Rate
132.2 534.3 151.0
287.3
201.1
148.3 179.8 200.5
405.5
331.3
2000 Hisp Male Death Rate (Age Adj)
263.7 803.4 454.5
357.1 469.0 425.4
57 7,160
988.4
290.9
324
99
38
1998-2000 Hisp Male Death Rate
181.9 572.3 193.5
417.0
1998-2000 Hisp Male Dth Rate (Age Adj)
339.7 803.6 422.9 1,085.1
1998-2000 Hisp Male Deaths
54 6,817
151
107
34
1998-2000 Hisp Female Death Rate
2000 Hisp Male Deaths
34 6,231
61
88.7 120.7
336
38
102
764.1
818.4
109
7,835
57,995
245.6
227.5 230.9 233.5
475.8
353.9
379.4
390.1 410.6 449.1
770.9
762.8
309
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Heart Disease Mortality
AL
2000 Female Deaths
FL
6,940 25,058
GA
KY
MS
8,910
6,196
4,919 10,057
NC
SC
TN
4,885
8,319
Region IV
75,284
US
365,953
2000 Female Death Rate
301.7
306.2
214.2
299.8
334.4
244.9
236.8
285.0
276.1
255.3
2000 Female Death Rate (Age Adj)
244.6
194.3
226.3
250.1
284.9
214.1
212.6
240.0
219.9
210.9
1998-2000 Female Deaths
6,887 25,187
9,000
6,160
4,903
9,849
4,903
8,313
75,201
368,407
1998-2000 Female Death Rate
302.2
319.6
223.5
301.5
338.4
247.6
242.7
291.1
283.4
262.5
1998-2000 Fem Dth Rate (Age Adj)
248.4
202.2
235.7
253.4
292.2
213.5
221.6
246.3
226.0
217.2
2000 Male Deaths
6,466 25,278
8,496
5,740
4,337
9,666
5,008
7,855
72,846
344,807
2000 Male Death Rate
301.2
324.2
211.0
290.6
315.8
245.2
257.0
283.5
280.4
249.8
2000 Male Death Rate (Age Adj)
375.0
292.8
346.1
378.1
413.8
334.7
339.1
368.1
333.1
320.0
1998-2000 Male Deaths
6,485 25,538
8,571
5,770
4,429
9,527
5,016
7,932
73,267
348,432
1998-2000 Male Death Rate
307.3
342.6
222.9
298.0
330.6
252.6
265.3
296.1
292.7
259.1
1998-2000 Male Death Rate (Age Adj)
380.1
303.6
357.1
381.9
432.8
336.4
348.7
379.3
342.4
326.6
2000 White Female Deaths
5,341 22,746
6,526
5,756
3,339
7,826
3,495
6,966
61,995
320,168
2000 White Female Death Rate
325.0
339.2
234.4
305.1
370.8
256.9
250.4
293.4
299.0
274.5
2000 White Fem Death Rate (Age Adj)
237.4
188.3
213.5
246.6
263.0
202.6
199.7
227.1
209.6
205.6
1998-2000 White Female Deaths
5,269 22,830
6,606
5,733
3,307
7,688
3,517
6,991
61,940
322,892
1998-2000 White Female Death Rate
321.8
352.8
242.4
306.3
371.6
259.6
256.3
300.3
305.8
281.2
1998-2000 Wh Fem Dth Rate (Age Adj)
239.7
194.9
223.1
250.6
269.3
202.4
208.1
234.5
215.1
211.8
2000 White Male Deaths
5,055 23,127
6,376
5,388
2,965
7,659
3,771
6,675
61,016
301,551
2000 White Male Death Rate
320.9
359.8
228.7
298.7
340.9
256.1
277.5
292.4
303.6
265.8
2000 White Male Death Rate (Age Adj)
369.1
289.1
336.9
377.4
395.8
323.8
332.7
356.3
324.2
316.7
1998-2000 White Male Deaths
5,060 23,379
6,467
5,402
3,035
7,547
3,747
6,759
61,397
304,896
1998-2000 White Male Death Rate
325.0
379.7
240.6
303.9
357.2
263.4
283.4
305.2
316.0
274.5
1998-2000 White Mal Dth Rte(Age Adj)
372.7
299.0
349.6
380.7
414.6
325.6
339.3
367.5
332.8
323.3
2000 Black Female Deaths
1,588
2,250
2,349
434
1,571
2,151
1,382
1,333
13,058
40,783
2000 Black Female Death Rate
253.7
175.7
185.7
275.1
284.0
228.8
216.6
265.1
219.0
212.6
2000 Black Fem Death Rate (Age Adj)
274.4
257.5
274.0
319.8
340.9
267.9
254.7
336.4
280.6
277.6
1998-2000 Black Female Deaths
1,607
2,289
2,362
422
1,586
2,072
1,377
1,307
13,022
40,612
1998-2000 Black Female Death Rate
260.9
186.8
195.9
276.1
292.1
228.4
221.1
266.5
225.9
219.2
1998-2000 Blk Fem Dth Rate (Age Adj)
284.1
288.1
284.2
312.0
351.4
264.3
265.8
334.4
289.9
285.2
2000 Black Male Deaths
1,399
2,058
2,068
343
1,353
1,892
1,223
1,167
11,503
36,740
2000 Black Male Death Rate
258.3
173.3
182.9
228.5
277.3
226.4
217.6
261.0
215.3
211.1
2000 Black Male Death Rate (Age Adj)
411.1
344.6
394.2
411.4
474.0
392.3
365.7
477.7
397.3
392.5
1998-2000 Black Male Deaths
1,410
2,076
2,053
362
1,379
1,876
1,256
1,160
11,573
37,148
1998-2000 Black Male Death Rate
265.9
183.6
192.7
257.0
290.2
233.9
230.3
269.6
226.0
221.5
1998-2000 Black Mal Dth Rte (Age Adj)
420.6
377.5
400.7
428.3
496.0
394.5
387.0
489.1
412.0
397.6
152
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Heart Disease Mortality
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2000 AmInd Female Deaths
FL
GA
KY
MS
NC
SC
TN
Region IV
US
4
15
7
1
8
70
5
2
112
2000 AmInd Female Death Rate
31.6
47.2
56.3
21.6
124.9
130.1
64.9
24.2
81.3
71.9
2000 AmInd Fem Death Rate (Age Adj)
51.4
90.4
149.8
19.7
216.1
225.4
137.0
46.2
152.7
143.6
6
14
6
1
6
78
3
2
115
1,075
1998-2000 AmInd Female Death Rate
64.9
46.4
59.2
28.7
107.4
152.6
52.7
29.3
94.1
82.7
1998-2000 AmInd Fem Dh Rate (Age Adj)
54.5
70.8
90.2
0.0
168.6
253.2
65.5
30.5
146.2
137.9
1,341
1998-2000 AmInd Female Deaths
2000 AmInd Male Deaths
2000 AmInd Male Death Rate
2000 AmInd Male Death Rate (Age Adj)
1998-2000 AmInd Male Deaths
1998-2000 AmInd Male Death Rate
1998-2000 AmInd Male Dth Rate (Age Adj)
2000 API Female Deaths
2000 API Female Death Rate
2000 API Fem Death Rate (Age Adj)
1998-2000 API Female Deaths
1998-2000 API Female Death Rate
1998-2000 API Fem Dth Rate (Age Adj)
2000 API Male Deaths
2000 API Male Death Rate
2000 API Male Death Rate (Age Adj)
1998-2000 API Male Deaths
1998-2000 API Male Death Rate
1998-2000 API Male Death Rate (Age Adj)
2000 Hisp Female Deaths
1,076
7
19
12
4
9
94
5
3
153
54.9
54.9
83.6
79.3
146.1
177.9
62.8
32.9
107.1
90.1
127.0
83.8
138.8
111.7
311.5
444.3
207.1
40.8
242.5
222.2
1,315
9
15
9
3
7
84
5
3
135
99.8
47.7
81.2
81.9
129.5
167.9
85.8
42.2
109.2
102.7
157.5
77.2
153.2
133.4
226.8
364.3
226.9
36.2
206.7
214.4
7
47
28
5
1
10
3
18
119
3,926
37.3
28.2
28.7
28.4
9.0
15.1
13.8
54.1
27.5
65.0
122.8
71.1
85.9
83.1
28.7
31.9
47.4
197.9
78.1
115.7
5
53
27
4
4
12
7
14
124
3,829
30.6
34.4
31.4
26.3
38.6
20.7
35.3
47.1
31.9
67.1
100.8
73.8
98.8
112.3
130.3
50.6
75.5
148.5
82.9
118.7
5
74
40
5
10
21
9
10
174
5,175
29.3
49.8
42.1
30.4
101.6
33.2
45.5
32.1
43.4
90.6
131.8
103.2
153.0
107.4
235.5
117.3
149.0
108.7
119.6
185.5
5,073
6
68
42
4
7
19
7
10
162
41.5
50.2
51.5
27.7
73.2
35.5
40.3
36.6
45.8
95.4
172.1
109.8
172.1
67.9
180.4
127.8
164.4
98.0
126.9
192.2
12,253
9
2,213
24
19
5
14
5
12
2,301
2000 Hisp Female Death Rate
27.5
164.8
13.6
77.8
29.9
9.2
13.0
23.7
125.4
71.5
2000 Hisp Fem Death Rate (Age Adj)
64.8
175.6
59.4
183.5
52.5
44.9
44.0
83.4
166.8
163.7
1998-2000 Hisp Female Deaths
6
2,153
25
18
5
13
8
12
2,240
12,021
1998-2000 Hisp Female Death Rate
24.1
175.2
19.1
95.5
37.6
12.6
27.0
31.8
141.1
75.5
1998-2000 Hisp Fem Dth Rate (Age Adj)
43.8
182.8
53.0
205.0
55.6
38.3
56.2
74.4
170.8
150.7
6
2,120
51
28
5
23
12
18
2,263
13,566
2000 Hisp Male Deaths
2000 Hisp Male Death Rate
13.9
158.2
19.7
78.9
21.9
10.1
21.2
24.6
110.0
74.7
2000 Hisp Male Death Rate (Age Adj)
37.4
263.6
112.1
341.8
47.0
79.6
122.6
111.9
247.2
238.2
8
2,025
45
24
5
23
8
16
2,154
13,289
1998-2000 Hisp Male Death Rate
27.0
170.0
26.9
101.1
32.3
16.9
21.7
34.3
130.8
81.1
1998-2000 Hisp Male Dth Rate (Age Adj)
68.6
259.8
109.3
351.7
64.2
73.4
66.6
130.6
243.8
219.4
1998-2000 Hisp Male Deaths
153
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Cancer Mortality
AL
2000 Female Deaths
FL
4,425 18,061
GA
KY
MS
NC
SC
TN
6,468
4,238
2,752
7,305
3,725
5,718
Region IV
52,692
US
267,009
2000 Female Death Rate
192.3
220.7
155.5
205.1
187.1
177.9
180.6
195.9
193.2
186.2
2000 Female Death Rate (Age Adj)
166.5
158.2
167.1
182.2
173.7
162.4
166.0
174.5
165.2
167.6
1998-2000 Female Deaths
4,409 17,874
6,242
4,169
2,707
7,281
3,684
5,591
51,957
264,082
1998-2000 Female Death Rate
193.5
226.8
155.0
204.0
186.9
183.0
182.3
195.8
195.8
188.2
1998-2000 Fem Dth Rate (Age Adj)
168.8
162.0
165.8
182.3
173.8
165.6
169.1
174.9
167.4
169.3
2000 Male Deaths
5,382 21,122
7,222
4,969
3,323
8,481
4,525
6,621
61,645
286,082
2000 Male Death Rate
250.7
270.9
179.3
251.5
241.9
215.1
232.2
239.0
237.3
207.2
2000 Male Death Rate (Age Adj)
292.1
236.8
271.4
299.8
302.7
271.7
286.4
288.0
264.7
249.0
1998-2000 Male Deaths
5,277 20,823
7,136
4,853
3,365
8,407
4,348
6,527
60,736
285,299
1998-2000 Male Death Rate
250.0
279.3
185.6
250.6
251.2
222.9
229.9
243.6
242.7
212.2
1998-2000 Male Death Rate (Age Adj)
291.2
240.7
275.0
297.2
313.7
275.9
282.2
290.7
267.5
251.5
2000 White Female Deaths
3,438 16,334
4,838
3,928
1,924
5,821
2,683
4,869
43,835
232,608
2000 White Female Death Rate
209.2
243.6
173.7
208.2
213.7
191.1
192.2
205.0
211.4
199.4
2000 White Fem Death Rate (Age Adj)
164.1
156.9
164.2
180.0
168.3
160.0
158.7
170.2
162.5
166.9
1998-2000 White Female Deaths
3,405 16,221
4,660
3,867
1,851
5,738
2,675
4,749
43,166
230,006
1998-2000 White Female Death Rate
207.9
250.6
171.0
206.6
208.0
193.7
195.0
204.0
213.1
200.3
1998-2000 Wh Fem Dth Rate (Age Adj)
165.2
161.1
162.1
180.1
164.7
160.9
162.3
170.2
164.1
168.1
2000 White Male Deaths
4,137 19,126
5,400
4,634
2,277
6,584
3,236
5,643
51,037
247,403
2000 White Male Death Rate
262.7
297.6
193.7
256.9
261.8
220.1
238.1
247.2
254.0
218.1
2000 White Male Death Rate (Age Adj)
277.7
233.2
258.1
296.6
281.6
254.9
263.6
276.9
253.7
243.9
1998-2000 White Male Deaths
4,035 18,810
5,282
4,538
2,304
6,550
3,078
5,544
50,142
246,856
1998-2000 White Male Death Rate
259.2
305.5
196.5
255.3
271.2
228.6
232.8
250.4
258.0
222.2
1998-2000 White Mal Dth Rte(Age Adj)
275.1
236.2
258.4
294.9
290.8
259.3
256.3
278.4
255.3
246.3
2000 Black Female Deaths
977
1,643
1,578
298
820
1,409
1,024
831
8,580
29,128
2000 Black Female Death Rate
156.1
128.3
124.8
188.9
148.2
149.9
160.5
165.2
143.9
151.8
2000 Black Fem Death Rate (Age Adj)
175.8
176.6
179.8
229.0
186.4
176.0
188.7
210.3
183.5
193.8
994
1,571
1,538
292
847
1,470
995
822
8,528
29,031
161.4
128.2
127.6
191.1
156.0
162.1
159.8
167.6
148.0
156.7
1998-2000 Black Female Deaths
1998-2000 Black Female Death Rate
1998-2000 Blk Fem Dth Rate (Age Adj)
182.9
180.1
181.3
223.3
195.9
188.6
190.5
211.3
188.3
198.4
2000 Black Male Deaths
1,235
1,915
1,771
323
1,033
1,807
1,279
956
10,319
32,817
2000 Black Male Death Rate
228.0
161.3
156.7
215.1
211.7
216.3
227.6
213.8
193.2
188.5
2000 Black Male Death Rate (Age Adj)
363.0
309.0
336.1
375.1
365.3
370.6
372.5
389.8
351.6
340.3
1998-2000 Black Male Deaths
1,232
1,930
1,805
308
1,051
1,778
1,256
960
10,321
32,804
1998-2000 Black Male Death Rate
232.4
170.6
169.5
218.7
221.2
221.7
230.3
223.1
201.6
195.6
1998-2000 Black Mal Dth Rte (Age Adj)
368.1
327.2
351.1
356.5
381.6
372.2
380.5
401.6
362.0
341.8
154
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Cancer Mortality
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2000 AmInd Female Deaths
FL
GA
KY
MS
NC
SC
TN
Region IV
US
6
10
14
4
4
51
4
2
95
917
2000 AmInd Female Death Rate
47.4
31.4
112.6
86.2
62.5
94.8
51.9
24.2
69.0
61.3
2000 AmInd Fem Death Rate (Age Adj)
97.6
48.1
177.4
133.8
86.3
141.4
63.4
49.8
107.2
108.4
4
9
10
3
4
50
2
4
86
901
1998-2000 AmInd Female Death Rate
43.3
29.8
98.7
86.0
71.6
97.8
35.1
58.7
70.4
69.3
1998-2000 AmInd Fem Dh Rate (Age Adj)
64.9
46.7
131.4
110.8
130.0
144.9
49.7
75.0
98.7
108.8
1998-2000 AmInd Female Deaths
2000 AmInd Male Deaths
4
17
8
4
9
65
2
4
113
997
2000 AmInd Male Death Rate
31.4
49.2
55.7
79.3
146.1
123.0
25.1
43.9
79.1
67.0
2000 AmInd Male Death Rate (Age Adj)
80.4
87.0
90.8
213.2
368.1
245.7
90.8
38.1
159.6
155.8
1998-2000 AmInd Male Deaths
4
17
8
3
6
60
4
5
107
964
1998-2000 AmInd Male Death Rate
44.4
54.1
72.2
81.9
111.0
119.9
68.6
70.4
86.6
75.3
1998-2000 AmInd Male Dth Rate (Age Adj)
91.1
86.6
124.3
96.0
268.9
236.5
228.6
70.1
158.8
153.1
4
74
38
8
4
24
14
16
182
4,356
2000 API Female Death Rate
21.3
44.3
39.0
45.4
36.2
36.2
64.3
48.1
42.0
72.1
2000 API Fem Death Rate (Age Adj)
27.4
62.9
86.7
115.3
43.1
63.2
107.3
103.2
71.6
100.7
6
73
34
7
5
23
13
16
176
4,144
1998-2000 API Female Death Rate
36.8
47.4
39.6
46.1
48.2
39.7
65.6
53.9
45.2
72.6
1998-2000 API Fem Dth Rate (Age Adj)
68.9
66.5
80.9
108.8
59.6
82.8
117.4
99.0
75.0
102.1
6
64
43
8
4
25
8
18
176
4,865
2000 API Female Deaths
1998-2000 API Female Deaths
2000 API Male Deaths
2000 API Male Death Rate
2000 API Male Death Rate (Age Adj)
1998-2000 API Male Deaths
1998-2000 API Male Death Rate
1998-2000 API Male Death Rate (Age Adj)
2000 Hisp Female Deaths
35.1
43.1
45.3
48.6
40.6
39.5
40.4
57.8
43.9
85.2
141.7
85.8
111.6
157.4
164.2
104.0
156.3
150.0
107.6
150.8
4,675
5
65
41
5
4
19
10
17
167
34.6
48.0
50.3
34.7
41.8
35.5
57.6
62.3
47.2
87.9
119.5
88.7
118.3
127.2
107.2
79.5
205.4
156.0
105.9
153.6
10,022
4
1,304
38
23
3
18
7
14
1,411
2000 Hisp Female Death Rate
12.2
97.1
21.5
94.1
18.0
11.8
18.3
27.7
76.9
58.5
2000 Hisp Fem Death Rate (Age Adj)
25.2
103.0
71.9
203.1
28.7
40.9
39.7
77.0
99.1
110.9
1998-2000 Hisp Female Deaths
6
1,299
35
16
3
13
7
15
1,393
9,571
1998-2000 Hisp Female Death Rate
24.1
105.7
26.7
84.9
22.6
12.6
23.7
39.8
87.8
60.1
1998-2000 Hisp Fem Dth Rate (Age Adj)
47.0
108.8
61.5
161.2
33.1
29.3
47.8
80.5
103.6
104.3
6
1,584
44
13
5
26
12
17
1,707
11,138
2000 Hisp Male Deaths
2000 Hisp Male Death Rate
13.9
118.2
17.0
36.6
21.9
11.5
21.2
23.2
83.0
61.3
2000 Hisp Male Death Rate (Age Adj)
48.2
175.1
97.2
166.0
56.9
74.9
89.5
104.3
164.7
171.7
8
1,553
41
14
5
20
10
12
1,662
10,781
1998-2000 Hisp Male Death Rate
27.0
130.4
24.5
59.0
32.3
14.7
27.2
25.7
100.9
65.8
1998-2000 Hisp Male Dth Rate (Age Adj)
84.0
178.7
94.7
194.5
69.6
62.2
77.5
92.7
168.2
159.8
1998-2000 Hisp Male Deaths
155
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Stroke Mortality
2000 Female Deaths
AL
FL
GA
KY
MS
NC
SC
TN
1,968
6,092
2,832
1,619
1,233
3,584
1,768
2,645
Region IV
21,741
US
102,892
2000 Female Death Rate
85.5
74.4
68.1
78.3
83.8
87.3
85.7
90.6
79.7
71.8
2000 Female Death Rate (Age Adj)
69.0
47.5
72.0
64.7
72.0
75.8
76.6
75.4
63.2
59.1
1,931
6,161
2,746
1,664
1,163
3,548
1,818
2,616
21,647
102,932
1998-2000 Female Death Rate
84.7
78.2
68.2
81.4
80.3
89.2
90.0
91.6
81.6
73.3
1998-2000 Fem Dth Rate (Age Adj)
69.3
49.8
71.8
68.0
69.6
76.4
81.9
77.0
64.9
60.4
1,215
4,440
1,793
1,018
766
2,165
1,188
1,621
14,206
64,769
1998-2000 Female Deaths
2000 Male Deaths
2000 Male Death Rate
56.6
56.9
44.5
51.5
55.8
54.9
61.0
58.5
54.7
46.9
2000 Male Death Rate (Age Adj)
72.9
51.6
77.6
70.8
74.7
80.7
86.8
81.9
67.0
62.4
64,665
1998-2000 Male Deaths
1,213
4,429
1,736
996
762
2,163
1,182
1,571
14,052
1998-2000 Male Death Rate
57.5
59.4
45.1
51.4
56.9
57.4
62.5
58.6
56.1
48.1
1998-2000 Male Death Rate (Age Adj)
73.6
52.8
76.8
69.8
76.2
81.6
87.9
80.6
67.7
62.8
1,461
5,411
2,074
1,518
843
2,830
1,220
2,252
17,609
89,642
88.9
80.7
74.5
80.5
93.6
92.9
87.4
94.8
84.9
76.9
2000 White Female Deaths
2000 White Female Death Rate
2000 White Fem Death Rate (Age Adj)
64.6
45.1
67.7
64.4
66.8
72.7
69.2
72.5
59.2
57.2
1,448
5,453
2,010
1,560
777
2,770
1,258
2,234
17,510
89,898
1998-2000 White Female Death Rate
88.4
84.3
73.8
83.3
87.3
93.5
91.7
95.9
86.4
78.3
1998-2000 Wh Fem Dth Rate (Age Adj)
65.4
46.9
67.8
67.8
63.7
72.3
74.1
74.3
60.6
58.6
2000 White Male Deaths
885
3,926
1,223
936
498
1,621
802
1,348
11,239
54,938
1998-2000 White Female Deaths
2000 White Male Death Rate
56.2
61.1
43.9
51.9
57.3
54.2
59.0
59.0
55.9
48.4
2000 White Male Death Rate (Age Adj)
67.0
48.9
69.5
69.1
69.1
74.6
77.9
77.8
61.6
59.9
1998-2000 White Male Deaths
871
3,899
1,182
925
481
1,609
776
1,301
11,042
54,872
1998-2000 White Male Death Rate
55.9
63.3
44.0
52.0
56.6
56.2
58.7
58.7
56.8
49.4
1998-2000 White Mal Dth Rte(Age Adj)
67.5
49.8
69.1
68.8
68.2
74.9
76.9
76.5
61.8
60.3
2000 Black Female Deaths
504
658
736
100
384
729
544
384
4,039
11,195
2000 Black Female Death Rate
80.5
51.4
58.2
63.4
69.4
77.5
85.3
76.4
67.7
58.3
2000 Black Fem Death Rate (Age Adj)
86.9
75.9
85.8
71.9
84.0
90.6
100.0
96.0
86.7
76.2
1998-2000 Black Female Deaths
479
684
718
103
381
753
556
374
4,048
11,091
1998-2000 Black Female Death Rate
77.8
55.8
59.6
67.4
70.2
83.0
89.3
76.3
70.2
59.9
1998-2000 Blk Fem Dth Rate (Age Adj)
84.4
86.7
86.4
73.2
84.4
95.8
107.5
96.2
90.2
78.0
2000 Black Male Deaths
330
490
552
81
262
529
385
268
2,897
8,026
2000 Black Male Death Rate
2000 Black Male Death Rate (Age Adj)
1998-2000 Black Male Deaths
1998-2000 Black Male Death Rate
1998-2000 Black Mal Dth Rte (Age Adj)
60.9
41.3
48.8
54.0
53.7
63.3
68.5
59.9
54.2
46.1
100.0
86.0
111.3
107.2
91.5
115.8
121.0
117.0
104.6
89.7
341
508
537
70
277
533
404
265
2,936
8,047
64.3
44.9
50.4
49.7
58.3
66.5
74.1
61.6
57.3
48.0
103.0
95.7
110.4
88.8
100.1
118.7
131.2
117.0
108.4
89.4
156
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Stroke Mortality
AL
2000 AmInd Female Deaths
2000 AmInd Female Death Rate
2000 AmInd Fem Death Rate (Age Adj)
1998-2000 AmInd Female Deaths
1998-2000 AmInd Female Death Rate
1998-2000 AmInd Fem Dh Rate (Age Adj)
2000 AmInd Male Deaths
FL
GA
KY
MS
NC
SC
TN
Region IV
US
1
3
6
0
4
20
0
1
35
322
7.9
9.4
48.3
0.0
62.5
37.2
0.0
12.1
25.4
21.5
19.9
20.1
137.4
0.0
163.9
63.9
0.0
32.3
50.6
43.7
1
3
5
0
2
20
1
0
32
318
10.8
9.9
49.4
0.0
35.8
39.1
17.6
0.0
26.2
24.5
0.0
10.9
84.0
0.0
102.2
68.0
0.0
0.0
40.3
41.1
0
5
3
1
3
12
0
0
24
250
2000 AmInd Male Death Rate
0.0
14.5
20.9
19.8
48.7
22.7
0.0
0.0
16.8
16.8
2000 AmInd Male Death Rate (Age Adj)
0.0
39.8
106.8
67.4
74.7
56.1
0.0
0.0
47.8
46.1
1998-2000 AmInd Male Deaths
1
3
3
1
2
15
1
1
27
230
1998-2000 AmInd Male Death Rate
11.1
9.5
27.1
27.3
37.0
30.0
17.2
14.1
21.8
18.0
1998-2000 AmInd Male Dth Rate (Age Adj)
29.3
20.2
43.3
0.0
22.0
70.5
0.0
22.8
43.5
40.7
2
20
16
1
2
5
4
8
58
1,733
2000 API Female Death Rate
10.6
12.0
16.4
5.7
18.1
7.5
18.4
24.0
13.4
28.7
2000 API Fem Death Rate (Age Adj)
30.5
31.9
59.2
24.9
45.6
30.5
46.5
78.4
40.9
49.1
3
22
13
1
2
5
3
7
57
1,626
2000 API Female Deaths
1998-2000 API Female Deaths
1998-2000 API Female Death Rate
18.4
14.3
15.1
6.6
19.3
8.6
15.1
23.6
14.6
28.5
1998-2000 API Fem Dth Rate (Age Adj)
42.7
29.5
44.9
32.3
27.2
30.3
27.5
70.5
38.8
48.5
0
19
15
0
3
3
1
5
46
1,555
2000 API Male Deaths
2000 API Male Death Rate
0.0
12.8
15.8
0.0
30.5
4.7
5.1
16.1
11.5
27.2
2000 API Male Death Rate (Age Adj)
0.0
38.0
70.2
0.0
123.4
38.6
31.1
43.3
44.0
58.0
1,515
1998-2000 API Male Deaths
1
19
14
1
2
5
1
4
47
1998-2000 API Male Death Rate
6.9
14.0
17.2
6.9
20.9
9.3
5.8
14.6
13.3
28.5
1998-2000 API Male Death Rate (Age Adj)
0.0
31.4
56.8
50.0
44.8
30.4
15.8
64.4
38.0
58.7
3,322
2000 Hisp Female Deaths
2000 Hisp Female Death Rate
2000 Hisp Fem Death Rate (Age Adj)
1998-2000 Hisp Female Deaths
2
396
11
4
3
5
2
1
424
6.1
29.5
6.2
16.4
18.0
3.3
5.2
2.0
23.1
19.4
11.1
31.6
28.3
36.8
28.3
6.5
21.6
4.6
30.7
43.0
4
381
12
6
2
7
2
3
417
3,178
1998-2000 Hisp Female Death Rate
16.1
31.0
9.2
31.8
15.0
6.8
6.8
8.0
26.3
20.0
1998-2000 Hisp Fem Dth Rate (Age Adj)
24.9
32.4
22.6
64.7
10.3
19.5
18.4
19.8
31.8
39.0
2
316
17
5
2
6
1
3
352
2,865
2000 Hisp Male Deaths
2000 Hisp Male Death Rate
4.6
23.6
6.6
14.1
8.7
2.6
1.8
4.1
17.1
15.8
17.2
38.8
42.1
85.7
34.5
18.4
5.3
17.8
37.9
50.5
3
313
12
5
1
5
3
3
345
2,825
1998-2000 Hisp Male Death Rate
10.1
26.3
7.2
21.1
6.5
3.7
8.1
6.4
20.9
17.2
1998-2000 Hisp Male Dth Rate (Age Adj)
21.2
39.8
23.7
76.3
0.0
10.1
14.1
17.9
38.4
46.7
2000 Hisp Male Death Rate (Age Adj)
1998-2000 Hisp Male Deaths
157
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Chronic Lower Respiratory Diseases Mortality
AL
2000 Female Deaths
931
FL
GA
KY
4,480
1,496
1,100
MS
569
NC
1,765
SC
773
TN
Region IV
1,374
12,488
US
62,005
2000 Female Death Rate
40.5
54.7
36.0
53.2
38.7
43.0
37.5
47.1
45.8
43.2
2000 Female Death Rate (Age Adj)
33.9
35.8
39.1
46.0
34.4
38.4
33.9
41.0
37.6
37.4
1998-2000 Female Deaths
934
4,482
1,410
1,062
544
1,669
777
1,278
12,155
60,664
1998-2000 Female Death Rate
41.0
56.9
35.0
52.0
37.6
42.0
38.5
44.8
45.8
43.2
1998-2000 Fem Dth Rate (Age Adj)
34.6
37.0
37.7
45.3
33.6
37.0
35.1
39.2
37.5
37.4
1,126
4,165
1,571
1,070
688
1,934
957
1,513
13,024
60,004
2000 Male Deaths
2000 Male Death Rate
52.5
53.4
39.0
54.2
50.1
49.1
49.1
54.6
50.1
43.5
2000 Male Death Rate (Age Adj)
65.2
46.6
66.5
71.0
67.6
68.0
66.5
72.1
59.0
55.8
60,721
1998-2000 Male Deaths
1,172
4,303
1,590
1,122
696
1,881
932
1,522
13,217
1998-2000 Male Death Rate
55.5
57.7
41.3
57.9
52.0
49.9
49.3
56.8
52.8
45.2
1998-2000 Male Death Rate (Age Adj)
69.3
49.2
68.8
74.6
68.8
66.8
65.6
73.2
61.0
56.8
2000 White Female Deaths
853
4,291
1,330
1,058
486
1,611
692
1,282
11,603
58,024
2000 White Female Death Rate
51.9
64.0
47.8
56.1
54.0
52.9
49.6
54.0
56.0
49.7
2000 White Fem Death Rate (Age Adj)
39.2
37.0
44.8
47.0
40.1
43.0
39.9
43.5
40.7
39.5
1998-2000 White Female Deaths
855
4,294
1,243
1,014
459
1,507
689
1,185
11,247
56,709
1998-2000 White Female Death Rate
52.2
66.4
45.6
54.2
51.6
50.9
50.2
50.9
55.5
49.4
1998-2000 Wh Fem Dth Rate (Age Adj)
39.8
38.3
42.9
46.0
38.8
40.8
40.9
41.3
40.4
39.3
2000 White Male Deaths
979
3,909
1,351
1,028
568
1,638
791
1,382
11,646
54,816
2000 White Male Death Rate
62.2
60.8
48.5
57.0
65.3
54.8
58.2
60.5
58.0
48.3
2000 White Male Death Rate (Age Adj)
70.2
47.0
72.0
72.2
76.5
69.2
69.7
74.1
60.4
57.2
55,494
1998-2000 White Male Deaths
1,014
4,008
1,352
1,075
570
1,605
781
1,394
11,798
1998-2000 White Male Death Rate
65.1
65.1
50.3
60.5
67.1
56.0
59.1
62.9
60.7
50.0
1998-2000 White Mal Dth Rte(Age Adj)
74.2
49.1
73.9
75.7
77.0
68.2
70.3
75.5
62.3
58.3
2000 Black Female Deaths
77
180
162
40
82
148
79
87
855
3,369
2000 Black Female Death Rate
12.3
14.1
12.8
25.4
14.8
15.7
12.4
17.3
14.3
17.6
2000 Black Fem Death Rate (Age Adj)
14.0
20.1
18.5
30.4
18.9
18.4
14.7
22.8
18.5
22.7
77
179
163
47
84
152
86
90
878
3,367
1998-2000 Black Female Death Rate
12.5
14.6
13.5
30.8
15.5
16.8
13.8
18.3
15.2
18.2
1998-2000 Blk Fem Dth Rate (Age Adj)
14.0
21.5
19.3
35.1
19.3
19.5
16.5
23.5
19.6
23.3
2000 Black Male Deaths
146
248
215
42
119
271
163
126
1,330
4,238
1998-2000 Black Female Deaths
2000 Black Male Death Rate
27.0
20.9
19.0
28.0
24.4
32.4
29.0
28.2
24.9
24.3
2000 Black Male Death Rate (Age Adj)
44.9
41.8
44.3
51.5
44.2
60.3
54.2
55.4
49.0
47.5
1998-2000 Black Male Deaths
156
284
231
47
125
257
150
126
1,376
4,323
1998-2000 Black Male Death Rate
29.4
25.1
21.7
33.4
26.3
32.0
27.5
29.3
26.9
25.8
1998-2000 Black Mal Dth Rte (Age Adj)
48.3
52.2
49.1
58.1
47.3
58.6
49.4
57.4
52.0
48.3
158
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Chronic Lower Respiratory Diseases Mortality
AL
2000 AmInd Female Deaths
FL
GA
KY
MS
NC
SC
TN
Region IV
US
1
3
1
0
1
6
1
0
13
201
7.9
9.4
8.0
0.0
15.6
11.2
13.0
0.0
9.4
13.4
14.5
13.9
18.7
0.0
48.2
17.5
24.2
0.0
15.9
26.2
1
4
1
0
0
9
1
0
16
193
1998-2000 AmInd Female Death Rate
10.8
13.3
9.9
0.0
0.0
17.6
17.6
0.0
13.1
14.9
1998-2000 AmInd Fem Dh Rate (Age Adj)
16.8
24.2
40.1
0.0
0.0
27.3
29.1
0.0
20.4
25.2
0
0
2
0
1
20
1
1
25
228
2000 AmInd Male Death Rate
0.0
0.0
13.9
0.0
16.2
37.9
12.6
11.0
17.5
15.3
2000 AmInd Male Death Rate (Age Adj)
0.0
0.0
17.4
0.0
35.5
110.9
12.6
11.7
46.9
43.7
2000 AmInd Female Death Rate
2000 AmInd Fem Death Rate (Age Adj)
1998-2000 AmInd Female Deaths
2000 AmInd Male Deaths
1998-2000 AmInd Male Deaths
0
3
2
0
1
16
0
0
23
214
1998-2000 AmInd Male Death Rate
0.0
9.5
18.0
0.0
18.5
32.0
0.0
0.0
18.6
16.7
1998-2000 AmInd Male Dth Rate (Age Adj)
0.0
15.9
43.3
0.0
0.0
79.3
0.0
0.0
38.8
38.8
0
6
3
2
0
0
1
5
17
411
2000 API Female Death Rate
0.0
3.6
3.1
11.4
0.0
0.0
4.6
15.0
3.9
6.8
2000 API Fem Death Rate (Age Adj)
0.0
7.0
9.8
57.2
0.0
0.0
8.2
37.2
9.8
11.7
0
5
2
1
1
1
1
3
14
395
1998-2000 API Female Death Rate
0.0
3.2
2.3
6.6
9.6
1.7
5.0
10.1
3.6
6.9
1998-2000 API Fem Dth Rate (Age Adj)
0.0
6.4
8.6
27.2
16.9
2.6
0.0
23.9
8.8
11.7
1
8
3
0
0
5
2
4
23
722
2000 API Female Deaths
1998-2000 API Female Deaths
2000 API Male Deaths
2000 API Male Death Rate
2000 API Male Death Rate (Age Adj)
1998-2000 API Male Deaths
1998-2000 API Male Death Rate
1998-2000 API Male Death Rate (Age Adj)
2000 Hisp Female Deaths
5.9
5.4
3.2
0.0
0.0
7.9
10.1
12.9
5.7
12.6
16.0
13.8
14.2
0.0
0.0
44.5
62.3
84.6
22.5
28.3
1
8
4
1
0
2
1
2
20
690
6.9
5.9
4.9
6.9
0.0
3.7
5.8
7.3
5.7
13.0
20.0
13.3
27.6
0.0
0.0
30.8
33.7
49.5
17.6
28.1
1,238
1
241
4
3
0
1
1
0
251
2000 Hisp Female Death Rate
3.1
18.0
2.3
12.3
0.0
0.7
2.6
0.0
13.7
7.2
2000 Hisp Fem Death Rate (Age Adj)
8.1
19.3
13.5
31.2
0.0
3.3
12.1
0.0
18.3
16.3
1998-2000 Hisp Female Deaths
1998-2000 Hisp Female Death Rate
1998-2000 Hisp Fem Dth Rate (Age Adj)
2000 Hisp Male Deaths
1
230
2
2
1
1
0
2
238
1,236
4.0
18.7
1.5
10.6
7.5
1.0
0.0
5.3
15.0
7.8
10.1
19.5
2.6
25.8
11.6
0.0
0.0
12.4
18.2
15.3
0
235
4
4
0
2
4
1
250
1,451
2000 Hisp Male Death Rate
0.0
17.5
1.5
11.3
0.0
0.9
7.1
1.4
12.2
8.0
2000 Hisp Male Death Rate (Age Adj)
0.0
30.2
10.3
50.7
0.0
0.8
60.0
0.9
28.5
28.8
1
256
2
2
0
2
2
1
267
1,496
1998-2000 Hisp Male Death Rate
3.4
21.5
1.2
8.4
0.0
1.5
5.4
2.1
16.2
9.1
1998-2000 Hisp Male Dth Rate (Age Adj)
0.0
34.6
6.9
30.3
0.0
6.4
37.6
0.0
32.0
27.7
1998-2000 Hisp Male Deaths
159
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HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
Diabetes Mortality
AL
2000 Female Deaths
788
FL
2,135
GA
809
KY
607
MS
411
NC
1,169
SC
680
TN
Region IV
883
7,482
US
37,699
2000 Female Death Rate
34.3
26.1
19.5
29.4
27.9
28.5
33.0
30.3
27.4
26.3
2000 Female Death Rate (Age Adj)
28.8
18.0
20.9
25.3
25.0
25.6
30.0
26.4
22.9
23.0
1998-2000 Female Deaths
796
2,108
814
633
378
1,130
641
829
7,328
36,801
1998-2000 Female Death Rate
34.9
26.7
20.2
31.0
26.1
28.4
31.7
29.0
27.6
26.2
2000 Male Deaths
533
2,314
652
500
265
915
526
708
6,413
31,602
2000 Male Death Rate
24.8
29.7
16.2
25.3
19.3
23.2
27.0
25.6
24.7
22.9
2000 Male Death Rate (Age Adj)
29.3
26.1
24.3
31.2
23.9
29.4
33.6
31.3
27.8
27.8
1998-2000 Male Deaths
532
2,183
623
481
259
909
467
633
6,086
30,860
1998-2000 Male Death Rate
25.2
29.3
16.2
24.8
19.3
24.1
24.7
23.6
24.3
23.0
2000 White Female Deaths
490
1,653
475
534
217
698
328
613
5,008
29,552
2000 White Female Death Rate
29.8
24.7
17.1
28.3
24.1
22.9
23.5
25.8
24.2
25.3
2000 White Fem Death Rate (Age Adj)
22.7
15.1
15.9
23.6
17.9
18.7
19.2
20.9
17.9
20.4
1998-2000 White Female Deaths
470
1,624
481
564
192
659
321
591
4,902
28,763
1998-2000 White Female Death Rate
28.7
25.1
17.7
30.1
21.6
22.3
23.4
25.4
24.2
25.1
2000 White Male Deaths
345
1,997
451
450
157
610
331
542
4,883
26,009
2000 White Male Death Rate
21.9
31.1
16.2
24.9
18.1
20.4
24.4
23.7
24.3
22.9
2000 White Male Death Rate (Age Adj)
23.8
24.5
22.1
29.9
19.4
23.8
28.2
27.5
24.7
26.0
1998-2000 White Male Deaths
349
1,880
429
429
154
609
287
487
4,624
25,334
1998-2000 White Male Death Rate
22.4
30.5
16.0
24.1
18.1
21.3
21.7
22.0
23.8
22.8
2000 Black Female Deaths
298
475
331
71
189
445
351
267
2,427
7,250
2000 Black Female Death Rate
47.6
37.1
26.2
45.0
34.2
47.3
55.0
53.1
40.7
37.8
2000 Black Fem Death Rate (Age Adj)
53.3
53.9
38.9
53.4
42.3
56.0
65.3
67.7
52.9
49.4
1998-2000 Black Female Deaths
325
474
329
67
182
447
318
236
2,377
7,114
1998-2000 Black Female Death Rate
52.8
38.7
27.3
43.8
33.5
49.3
51.1
48.1
41.2
38.4
2000 Black Male Deaths
185
299
195
49
106
293
194
163
1,484
4,771
2000 Black Male Death Rate
34.2
25.2
17.3
32.6
21.7
35.1
34.5
36.4
27.8
27.4
2000 Black Male Death Rate (Age Adj)
53.6
48.0
33.4
57.7
37.2
58.9
54.3
65.1
49.3
48.7
1998-2000 Black Male Deaths
181
290
191
51
100
285
179
144
1,421
4,693
1998-2000 Black Male Death Rate
34.1
25.6
17.9
36.2
21.0
35.5
32.8
33.5
27.8
28.0
160
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Diabetes Mortality
AL
2000 AmInd Female Deaths
FL
GA
KY
MS
NC
SC
TN
Region IV
US
0
1
1
1
5
22
1
0
31
341
2000 AmInd Female Death Rate
0.0
3.1
8.0
21.6
78.1
40.9
13.0
0.0
22.5
22.8
2000 AmInd Fem Death Rate (Age Adj)
0.0
2.9
27.0
26.4
114.0
64.1
24.2
0.0
36.9
42.0
1
2
1
0
3
20
1
1
30
361
10.8
6.6
9.9
0.0
53.7
39.1
17.6
14.7
24.5
27.8
2
4
0
0
2
10
0
0
18
275
2000 AmInd Male Death Rate
15.7
11.6
0.0
0.0
32.5
18.9
0.0
0.0
12.6
18.5
2000 AmInd Male Death Rate (Age Adj)
47.1
23.2
0.0
0.0
37.1
26.9
0.0
0.0
21.3
41.4
2
4
0
0
4
13
0
0
24
303
22.2
12.7
0.0
0.0
74.0
26.0
0.0
0.0
19.4
23.7
0
6
2
1
0
4
0
3
16
556
2000 API Female Death Rate
0.0
3.6
2.1
5.7
0.0
6.0
0.0
9.0
3.7
9.2
2000 API Fem Death Rate (Age Adj)
0.0
10.8
4.2
24.9
0.0
26.6
0.0
27.0
11.9
14.8
0
8
3
2
0
3
0
2
19
564
0.0
5.2
3.5
13.2
0.0
5.2
0.0
6.7
4.9
9.9
1
14
6
1
0
2
1
3
28
547
1998-2000 AmInd Female Deaths
1998-2000 AmInd Female Death Rate
2000 AmInd Male Deaths
1998-2000 AmInd Male Deaths
1998-2000 AmInd Male Death Rate
2000 API Female Deaths
1998-2000 API Female Deaths
1998-2000 API Female Death Rate
2000 API Male Deaths
2000 API Male Death Rate
2000 API Male Death Rate (Age Adj)
1998-2000 API Male Deaths
1998-2000 API Male Death Rate
2000 Hisp Female Deaths
5.9
9.4
6.3
6.1
0.0
3.2
5.1
9.6
7.0
9.6
16.0
19.9
22.3
40.0
0.0
28.2
31.1
14.8
20.9
18.4
1
9
3
0
0
2
0
2
18
530
6.9
6.6
3.7
0.0
0.0
3.7
0.0
7.3
5.1
10.0
0
219
6
3
0
4
3
3
238
2,821
2000 Hisp Female Death Rate
0.0
16.3
3.4
12.3
0.0
2.6
7.8
5.9
13.0
16.5
2000 Hisp Fem Death Rate (Age Adj)
0.0
17.3
16.2
32.8
0.0
14.5
20.9
19.8
17.1
34.6
0
243
5
3
0
3
2
2
258
2,742
0.0
19.8
3.8
15.9
0.0
2.9
6.8
5.3
16.3
17.2
1
239
9
1
1
7
0
2
260
2,507
1998-2000 Hisp Female Deaths
1998-2000 Hisp Female Death Rate
2000 Hisp Male Deaths
2000 Hisp Male Death Rate
2000 Hisp Male Death Rate (Age Adj)
1998-2000 Hisp Male Deaths
1998-2000 Hisp Male Death Rate
2.3
17.8
3.5
2.8
4.4
3.1
0.0
2.7
12.6
13.8
13.0
26.8
21.4
16.2
19.6
24.4
0.0
2.4
25.5
39.6
0
226
5
1
0
5
1
2
240
2,354
0.0
19.0
3.0
4.2
0.0
3.7
2.7
4.3
14.6
14.4
161
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Unintentional Injuries Mortality
AL
2000 Female Deaths
720
FL
GA
2,050
1,096
KY
611
MS
561
NC
1,179
SC
654
TN
Region IV
964
7,835
US
34,083
2000 Female Death Rate
31.3
25.0
26.4
29.6
38.1
28.7
31.7
33.0
28.7
23.8
2000 Female Death Rate (Age Adj)
28.9
21.7
26.9
27.5
36.1
26.9
30.4
31.0
26.4
22.0
1998-2000 Female Deaths
779
2,039
1,109
602
567
1,141
635
930
7,802
34,115
1998-2000 Female Death Rate
34.2
25.9
27.5
29.5
39.1
28.7
31.4
32.6
29.4
24.3
1998-2000 Fem Dth Rate (Age Adj)
31.8
22.5
28.0
27.4
37.2
26.9
30.2
30.5
27.1
22.5
1,373
4,217
2,007
1,227
1,092
2,346
1,320
1,779
15,361
63,817
2000 Male Deaths
2000 Male Death Rate
64.0
54.1
49.8
62.1
79.5
59.5
67.7
64.2
59.1
46.2
2000 Male Death Rate (Age Adj)
67.6
53.8
57.4
66.2
85.0
64.9
71.9
68.7
61.5
49.3
63,541
1998-2000 Male Deaths
1,420
4,023
1,994
1,153
1,102
2,220
1,259
1,741
14,913
1998-2000 Male Death Rate
67.3
54.0
51.9
59.5
82.3
58.9
66.6
65.0
59.6
47.3
1998-2000 Male Death Rate (Age Adj)
70.9
53.6
59.6
63.6
87.9
64.3
71.0
69.4
61.9
50.3
2000 White Female Deaths
554
1,793
830
571
406
926
477
819
6,376
29,263
2000 White Female Death Rate
33.7
26.7
29.8
30.3
45.1
30.4
34.2
34.5
30.7
25.1
2000 White Fem Death Rate (Age Adj)
30.0
22.0
28.7
27.8
39.9
27.1
31.0
31.5
26.9
22.2
1998-2000 White Female Deaths
602
1,780
835
564
380
894
458
805
6,318
29,248
1998-2000 White Female Death Rate
36.8
27.5
30.6
30.1
42.7
30.2
33.4
34.6
31.2
25.5
1998-2000 Wh Fem Dth Rate (Age Adj)
33.1
22.9
29.5
27.7
38.0
27.1
30.4
31.5
27.4
22.6
1,009
3,605
1,423
1,153
715
1,747
860
1,505
12,017
53,329
2000 White Male Deaths
2000 White Male Death Rate
64.1
56.1
51.1
63.9
82.2
58.4
63.3
65.9
59.8
47.0
2000 White Male Death Rate (Age Adj)
66.6
54.8
56.5
67.7
85.4
62.1
66.0
69.3
60.7
49.2
52,936
1998-2000 White Male Deaths
1,035
3,403
1,406
1,090
693
1,649
819
1,475
11,570
1998-2000 White Male Death Rate
66.5
55.3
52.3
61.3
81.6
57.5
61.9
66.6
59.5
47.7
1998-2000 White Mal Dth Rte(Age Adj)
68.9
53.7
58.6
65.0
84.4
61.6
65.1
70.0
60.4
49.8
2000 Black Female Deaths
157
245
248
37
152
229
173
140
1,381
3,746
2000 Black Female Death Rate
25.1
19.1
19.6
23.5
27.5
24.4
27.1
27.8
23.2
19.5
2000 Black Fem Death Rate (Age Adj)
25.9
21.1
22.4
23.9
28.5
25.9
28.6
29.7
25.1
21.3
1998-2000 Black Female Deaths
172
243
263
35
182
222
175
119
1,411
3,836
1998-2000 Black Female Death Rate
27.9
19.8
21.8
22.9
33.5
24.5
28.1
24.3
24.5
20.7
1998-2000 Blk Fem Dth Rate (Age Adj)
28.6
22.2
25.2
23.4
35.3
25.9
30.0
25.7
26.7
22.6
2000 Black Male Deaths
361
580
558
73
368
544
456
268
3,208
8,531
2000 Black Male Death Rate
66.6
48.8
49.4
48.6
75.4
65.1
81.1
59.9
60.0
49.0
2000 Black Male Death Rate (Age Adj)
77.2
56.8
65.8
57.7
90.7
79.0
93.4
71.5
72.4
58.1
1998-2000 Black Male Deaths
381
594
562
62
400
524
435
259
3,218
8,703
1998-2000 Black Male Death Rate
71.9
52.5
52.8
44.0
84.2
65.3
79.8
60.2
62.9
51.9
1998-2000 Black Mal Dth Rte (Age Adj)
82.1
62.3
66.1
53.2
99.5
76.9
90.1
72.4
74.5
60.9
162
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Unintentional Injuries Mortality
AL
2000 AmInd Female Deaths
FL
GA
KY
MS
NC
SC
TN
Region IV
US
2
0
7
0
2
16
1
0
28
453
2000 AmInd Female Death Rate
15.8
0.0
56.3
0.0
31.2
29.7
13.0
0.0
20.3
30.3
2000 AmInd Fem Death Rate (Age Adj)
16.1
0.0
89.8
0.0
34.9
30.0
11.5
0.0
21.7
33.9
3
3
3
1
3
18
1
1
33
439
1998-2000 AmInd Female Death Rate
32.4
9.9
29.6
28.7
53.7
35.2
17.6
14.7
27.0
33.8
1998-2000 AmInd Fem Dh Rate (Age Adj)
29.9
9.3
40.6
0.0
74.2
39.8
17.0
0.0
28.2
37.4
1998-2000 AmInd Female Deaths
2000 AmInd Male Deaths
1
13
4
0
3
40
0
1
62
900
2000 AmInd Male Death Rate
7.8
37.6
27.9
0.0
48.7
75.7
0.0
11.0
43.4
60.5
2000 AmInd Male Death Rate (Age Adj)
7.2
38.2
22.0
0.0
36.5
79.2
0.0
9.6
43.8
70.8
1998-2000 AmInd Male Deaths
2
9
4
0
5
37
1
1
60
893
1998-2000 AmInd Male Death Rate
22.2
28.6
36.1
0.0
92.5
73.9
17.2
14.1
48.5
69.7
1998-2000 AmInd Male Dth Rate (Age Adj)
10.5
25.8
40.6
0.0
105.2
90.1
0.0
0.0
51.2
79.6
7
12
11
3
1
8
3
5
50
621
2000 API Female Death Rate
37.3
7.2
11.3
17.0
9.0
12.1
13.8
15.0
11.5
10.3
2000 API Fem Death Rate (Age Adj)
55.9
6.5
18.0
15.2
34.5
25.0
15.5
14.5
15.2
13.2
3
13
8
2
2
7
1
4
40
592
1998-2000 API Female Death Rate
18.4
8.4
9.3
13.2
19.3
12.1
5.0
13.5
10.3
10.4
1998-2000 API Fem Dth Rate (Age Adj)
11.4
8.3
10.5
11.3
6.9
20.2
3.6
16.5
11.7
12.8
2
19
22
1
6
15
4
5
74
1,057
2000 API Female Deaths
1998-2000 API Female Deaths
2000 API Male Deaths
2000 API Male Death Rate
2000 API Male Death Rate (Age Adj)
1998-2000 API Male Deaths
11.7
12.8
23.2
6.1
60.9
23.7
20.2
16.1
18.5
18.5
7.7
16.1
34.5
4.9
55.6
56.2
27.3
16.1
25.0
23.1
1,009
2
17
22
1
4
11
4
6
66
1998-2000 API Male Death Rate
13.8
12.6
27.0
6.9
41.8
20.5
23.0
22.0
18.7
19.0
1998-2000 API Male Death Rate (Age Adj)
10.1
14.0
43.1
0.0
18.9
28.2
43.8
15.8
24.2
23.8
2,134
2000 Hisp Female Deaths
2000 Hisp Female Death Rate
2000 Hisp Fem Death Rate (Age Adj)
1998-2000 Hisp Female Deaths
3
205
20
4
3
37
8
7
287
9.2
15.3
11.3
16.4
18.0
24.3
20.9
13.9
15.6
12.4
10.2
15.5
12.3
13.2
17.3
18.8
17.1
19.3
16.8
16.1
4
201
24
4
1
25
6
6
270
2,062
16.1
16.4
18.3
21.2
7.5
24.3
20.3
15.9
17.0
13.0
1998-2000 Hisp Fem Dth Rate (Age Adj)
8.4
16.4
15.7
13.0
0.0
20.5
19.3
18.8
17.5
15.6
2000 Hisp Male Deaths
21
600
113
17
12
138
39
51
991
6,696
1998-2000 Hisp Female Death Rate
2000 Hisp Male Death Rate
48.7
44.8
43.8
47.9
52.5
60.9
68.7
69.6
48.2
36.9
2000 Hisp Male Death Rate (Age Adj)
47.9
47.1
51.3
50.7
46.8
57.3
53.0
67.8
49.7
44.5
18
550
92
17
11
128
30
35
882
6,543
1998-2000 Hisp Male Death Rate
60.6
46.2
54.9
71.6
71.1
94.2
81.5
75.0
53.6
39.9
1998-2000 Hisp Male Dth Rate (Age Adj)
54.5
48.3
49.9
52.9
49.5
84.0
59.8
59.3
54.1
46.2
1998-2000 Hisp Male Deaths
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FEMALE AGE-ADJUSTED DEATH RATES FOR SELECTED CAUSES
AL
FL
GA
KY
MS
NC
SC
TN
Region IV
HP
2010
US
2000 Fem Cancer
166.5 158.2 167.1 182.2 173.7 162.4
1998-2000 Fem Cancer
168.8
166 174.5
165.2 167.6
162 165.8 182.3 173.8 165.6 169.1 174.9
167.4 169.3
2000 Fem Lung Cancer
39.4
42.6
42.4
54.1
42.7
40.6
39.6
44.8
42.9
41.3
1998-2000 Fem Lung Canc
38.9
42.7
40.2
52.5
42.1
39.9
39.1
43.6
42.3
41
2000 Fem Breast Cancer
26.7
24.6
25.7
26.2
30.1
24.3
28.8
26.5
25.8
26.8
1998-2000 Fem Breast Canc
26.3
25.4
26.7
27
28.4
26.4
28.4
27.4
26.5
27.3
2000 Fem Cervical Cancer
3.9
3.3
2.7
3
3.5
2.9
3
3.7
3.2
2.8
1998-2000 Fem Cervic Canc
3.2
3.3
3.1
3.5
4
3.1
3.6
3.5
3.3
2.9
2000 Fem Colorectal Cancer
15.4
15.8
16.9
19.5
20.5
17.6
18.9
19.5
17.3
17.7
1998-2000 Fem Colo Canc
16.7
16.6
16.5
19.1
19.1
17.8
18.3
18.6
17.4
18
2000 Fem CHD
2000 Fem Stroke
137.9 158.3 134.4
69
47.5
72
162 184.6 152.7 146.2 187.6
64.7
72
75.8
76.6
75.4
157.2 154.6
63.2
59.1
1998-2000 Fem Stroke
69.3
49.8
71.8
68
69.6
76.4
81.9
77
64.9
60.4
2000 Fem Unintent Injury
28.9
21.7
26.9
27.5
36.1
26.9
30.4
31
26.4
22
159.9
44.9
22.3
2.0
13.9
166.0
48.0
17.5
1998-2000 Fem Unint Injury
31.8
22.5
28
27.4
37.2
26.9
30.2
30.5
27.1
22.5
2000 Fem MVA
14.1
10.8
11.8
11.9
19.2
12.1
14.6
15.5
12.8
9.5
1998-2000 Fem MVA
15
11
12.5
11.6
19.3
12.1
14.6
13.9
12.8
9.4
2000 Fem Homicide
4.6
3
4.1
3.6
6.4
3.6
3.8
3.9
3.8
2.8
1998-2000 Fem Homicide
5.2
3.4
4
3.3
6
3.8
4.2
3.9
4
2.9
2000 Fem Maternal
per 100,000 births
4.7
14.2
15.8
7.1
18.2
11.6
16
10
12.7
10
3.3
5.0
2000 Fem Suicide
4.8
4.9
4.4
4.1
3.7
5.4
4.9
4.9
4.8
4
1998-2000 Fem Suicide
4.6
5.6
4.2
4.3
4
4.8
4.3
5
4.8
4.1
164
9.2
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MORTALITY
AL
2000 Female Deaths
FL
GA
KY
MS
NC
SC
TN
Region IV
22,709 80,309 32,389 20,058 14,498 36,579 18,237 27,973
US
252,752 1,225,773
2000 Female Death Rate
987.1
981.2
778.7
970.7
985.5
890.7
884.0
958.3
926.8
855.0
2000 Female Death Rte (Age Adj)
823.8
666.7
822.9
829.4
869.4
792.9
803.8
826.3
763.1
731.3
1998-2000 Female Deaths
22,406 79,156 31,285 19,686 14,043 35,303 17,774 27,272
246,925 1,207,236
1998-2000 Female Death Rate
983.1 1,004.3
776.9
963.4
969.3
887.5
879.7
955.1
930.6
860.2
1998-2000 Fem Dth Rte (Age Adj)
830.6
818.4
829.1
862.2
781.0
811.6
826.8
766.7
735.9
2000 Male Deaths
680.1
22,353 84,086 31,481 19,446 14,156 35,356 18,711 27,273
2000 Male Death Rate
1,041.4 1,078.3
2000 Male Death Rate (Age Adj)
1,253.6
984.5
973.2
853.0
978.6 1,207.2 1,235.9 1,303.5 1,179.2 1,224.4 1,235.0
1,122.1
1,053.7
1998-2000 Male Deaths
22,200 82,773 30,824 19,200 14,185 34,539 18,169 26,870
1998-2000 Male Death Rate
1,051.8 1,110.3
1998-2000 Male Dth Rte (Age Adj)
1,261.6
781.7
801.6
984.4 1,030.6
991.5 1,058.8
896.7
915.9
960.1
252,862 1,177,578
248,760 1,170,099
960.9 1,002.9
993.9
870.2
992.2 1,211.0 1,231.3 1,335.8 1,177.0 1,219.9 1,245.3
1,131.1
1,060.0
Heart Disease Mortality
GA
KY
MS
SC
TN
6,940 25,058
AL
8,910
6,196
4,919 10,057
4,885
8,319
75,284
365,953
2000 Female Death Rate
301.7
306.2
214.2
299.8
334.4
244.9
236.8
285.0
276.1
255.3
2000 Female Death Rte (Age Adj)
244.6
194.3
226.3
250.1
284.9
214.1
212.6
240.0
219.9
210.9
1998-2000 Female Deaths
6,887 25,187
9,000
6,160
4,903
9,849
4,903
8,313
75,201
368,407
1998-2000 Female Death Rate
302.2
319.6
223.5
301.5
338.4
247.6
242.7
291.1
283.4
262.5
1998-2000 Fem Dth Rte (Age Adj)
248.4
202.2
235.7
253.4
292.2
213.5
221.6
246.3
226.0
217.2
2000 Male Deaths
6,466 25,278
8,496
5,740
4,337
9,666
5,008
7,855
72,846
344,807
2000 Female Deaths
FL
NC
Region IV
US
2000 Male Death Rate
301.2
324.2
211.0
290.6
315.8
245.2
257.0
283.5
280.4
249.8
2000 Male Death Rate (Age Adj)
375.0
292.8
346.1
378.1
413.8
334.7
339.1
368.1
333.1
320.0
1998-2000 Male Deaths
6,485 25,538
8,571
5,770
4,429
9,527
5,016
7,932
73,267
348,432
1998-2000 Male Death Rate
307.3
342.6
222.9
298.0
330.6
252.6
265.3
296.1
292.7
259.1
1998-2000 Male Dth Rte (Age Adj)
380.1
303.6
357.1
381.9
432.8
336.4
348.7
379.3
342.4
326.6
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AL
2000 Female Deaths
478
2000 Female Death Rate
2000 Male Deaths
2000 Male Death Rate
FL
GA
KY
MS
NC
SC
TN
Region IV
6,145
US
1,880
869
310
530
851
460
767
26,685
20.8
23.0
20.9
15.0
36.0
20.7
22.3
26.3
22.5
18.6
311
1,466
590
183
307
489
306
473
4,125
17,934
14.5
18.8
14.7
9.3
22.4
12.4
15.7
17.1
15.9
13.0
Coronary Heart Disease Mortality
AL
FL
GA
KY
MS
NC
SC
TN
2000 Female Deaths
3,898
20,547
5,277
4,003
3,169
7,184
3,361
6,519
Region IV
53,958
268,515
US
2000 Female Dth Rt (Age Adj)
137.9
158.3
134.4
162.0
184.6
152.7
146.2
187.6
157.2
154.6
2000 Male Deaths
4,030
21,250
5,682
4,070
2,986
7,483
3,760
6,527
55,788
270,450
2000 Male Dth Rt (Age Adj)
231.6
245.6
229.5
264.0
281.1
257.0
252.8
304.9
254.4
250.1
Stroke Mortality
AL
2000 Female Deaths
1,968
FL
GA
KY
MS
NC
SC
TN
6,092
2,832
1,619
1,233
3,584
1,768
2,645
Region IV
21,741
US
102,892
2000 Female Death Rate
85.5
74.4
68.1
78.3
83.8
87.3
85.7
90.6
79.7
71.8
2000 Female Death Rate (Age Adj)
69.0
47.5
72.0
64.7
72.0
75.8
76.6
75.4
63.2
59.1
1998-2000 Female Deaths
1,931
6,161
2,746
1,664
1,163
3,548
1,818
2,616
21,647
102,932
1998-2000 Female Death Rate
84.7
78.2
68.2
81.4
80.3
89.2
90.0
91.6
81.6
73.3
1998-2000 Fem Dth Rate (Age Adj)
69.3
49.8
71.8
68.0
69.6
76.4
81.9
77.0
64.9
60.4
1,215
4,440
1,793
1,018
766
2,165
1,188
1,621
14,206
64,769
2000 Male Deaths
2000 Male Death Rate
56.6
56.9
44.5
51.5
55.8
54.9
61.0
58.5
54.7
46.9
2000 Male Death Rate (Age Adj)
72.9
51.6
77.6
70.8
74.7
80.7
86.8
81.9
67.0
62.4
64,665
1998-2000 Male Deaths
1,213
4,429
1,736
996
762
2,163
1,182
1,571
14,052
1998-2000 Male Death Rate
57.5
59.4
45.1
51.4
56.9
57.4
62.5
58.6
56.1
48.1
1998-2000 Male Dth Rate (Age Adj)
73.6
52.8
76.8
69.8
76.2
81.6
87.9
80.6
67.7
62.8
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Cancer Mortality
AL
FL
KY
MS
NC
SC
TN
4,425
18,061
6,468
4,238
2,752
7,305
3,725
5,718
52,692
267,009
2000 Female Death Rate
192.3
220.7
155.5
205.1
187.1
177.9
180.6
195.9
193.2
186.2
2000 Female Dth Rt (Age Adj)
166.5
158.2
167.1
182.2
173.7
162.4
166.0
174.5
165.2
167.6
1998-2000 Female Deaths
4,409
17,874
6,242
4,169
2,707
7,281
3,684
5,591
51,957
264,082
1998-2000 Female Death Rate
193.5
226.8
155.0
204.0
186.9
183.0
182.3
195.8
195.8
188.2
1998-2000 Fem Dth Rt(Age Adj)
168.8
162.0
165.8
182.3
173.8
165.6
169.1
174.9
167.4
169.3
2000 Male Deaths
5,382
21,122
7,222
4,969
3,323
8,481
4,525
6,621
61,645
286,082
2000 Female Deaths
GA
Region IV
US
2000 Male Death Rate
250.7
270.9
179.3
251.5
241.9
215.1
232.2
239.0
237.3
207.2
2000 Male Death Rate (Age Adj)
292.1
236.8
271.4
299.8
302.7
271.7
286.4
288.0
264.7
249.0
1998-2000 Male Deaths
5,277
20,823
7,136
4,853
3,365
8,407
4,348
6,527
60,736
285,299
1998-2000 Male Death Rate
250.0
279.3
185.6
250.6
251.2
222.9
229.9
243.6
242.7
212.2
1998-2000 Mal Dth Rt(Age Adj)
291.2
240.7
275.0
297.2
313.7
275.9
282.2
290.7
267.5
251.5
Breast Cancer Mortality
FL
GA
KY
2000 Female Deaths
AL
691
2,653
1,007
598
463
1,075
637
863
7,987
41,872
2000 Female Death Rate
30.0
32.4
24.2
28.9
31.5
26.2
30.9
29.6
29.3
29.2
2000 Female Dth Rt (Age Adj)
26.7
24.6
25.7
26.2
30.1
24.3
28.8
26.5
25.8
26.8
1998-2000 Female Deaths
667
2,631
1,019
606
430
1,138
610
867
7,968
41,662
1998-2000 Female Death Rate
29.3
33.4
25.3
29.7
29.7
28.6
30.2
30.4
30.0
29.7
1998-2000 Fem Dth Rt(Age Adj)
26.3
25.4
26.7
27.0
28.4
26.4
28.4
27.4
26.5
27.3
6
31
10
9
5
9
6
7
83
428
2000 Male Deaths
MS
NC
SC
TN
Region IV
US
2000 Male Death Rate
0.3
0.4
0.2
0.5
0.4
0.2
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.3
2000 Male Death Rate (Age Adj)
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.5
0.4
0.3
0.4
0.3
0.4
0.4
388
1998-2000 Male Deaths
6
27
8
5
2
8
6
7
69
1998-2000 Male Death Rate
0.3
0.4
0.2
0.3
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.3
1998-2000 Mal Dth Rt(Age Adj)
0.3
0.3
0.4
0.3
0.2
0.2
0.4
0.3
0.3
0.3
Colorectal Cancer Mortality
AL
FL
GA
KY
MS
NC
SC
TN
Region IV
US
2000 Female Deaths
423
1,885
657
467
333
800
428
648
5,641
2000 Female Death Rate
18.4
23.0
15.8
22.6
22.6
19.5
20.7
22.2
20.7
20.2
2000 Female Dth Rt (Age Adj)
15.4
15.8
16.9
19.5
20.5
17.6
18.9
19.5
17.3
17.7
1998-2000 Female Deaths
449
1,921
623
448
306
793
401
607
5,547
28,918
1998-2000 Female Death Rate
19.7
24.4
15.5
21.9
21.1
19.9
19.8
21.3
20.9
20.6
1998-2000 Fem Dth Rt(Age Adj)
16.7
16.6
16.5
19.1
19.1
17.8
18.3
18.6
17.4
18.0
2000 Male Deaths
471
2,007
632
484
325
761
424
611
5,715
28,462
2000 Male Death Rate
21.9
25.7
15.7
24.5
23.7
19.3
21.8
22.1
22.0
20.6
2000 Male Death Rate (Age Adj)
26.1
22.6
23.7
30.1
29.5
24.6
27.0
26.9
24.8
25.1
1998-2000 Male Deaths
441
2,010
588
455
287
740
403
570
5,494
28,207
1998-2000 Male Death Rate
20.9
27.0
15.3
23.5
21.4
19.6
21.3
21.3
22.0
21.0
1998-2000 Mal Dth Rt(Age Adj)
24.8
23.3
22.6
28.6
26.8
24.5
26.4
25.7
24.5
25.2
167
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Lung Cancer Mortality
2000 Female Deaths
AL
FL
GA
KY
1,041
4,895
1,619
1,248
MS
668
NC
1,816
SC
891
TN
1,455
Region IV
13,633
US
65,052
2000 Female Death Rate
45.2
59.8
38.9
60.4
45.4
44.2
43.2
49.8
50.0
45.4
2000 Female Dth Rt (Age Adj)
39.4
42.6
42.4
54.1
42.7
40.6
39.6
44.8
42.9
41.3
1,013
4,751
1,495
1,191
649
1,749
855
1,385
13,086
63,280
1998-2000 Female Death Rate
44.4
60.3
37.1
58.3
44.8
44.0
42.3
48.5
49.3
45.1
1998-2000 Fem Dth Rt(Age Adj)
38.9
42.7
40.2
52.5
42.1
39.9
39.1
43.6
42.3
41.0
1,925
6,854
2,548
2,009
1,265
3,059
1,531
2,486
21,677
90,469
1998-2000 Female Deaths
2000 Male Deaths
2000 Male Death Rate
89.7
87.9
63.3
101.7
92.1
77.6
78.6
89.7
83.4
65.5
2000 Male Death Rate (Age Adj)
100.8
75.6
92.8
115.8
111.8
94.3
92.3
103.2
90.3
76.7
1998-2000 Male Deaths
1,881
6,755
2,510
1,896
1,252
2,979
1,474
2,455
21,201
89,959
89.1
90.6
65.3
97.9
93.5
79.0
78.0
91.6
84.7
66.9
100.1
76.8
93.9
111.9
113.4
94.1
91.3
105.0
90.7
77.4
1998-2000 Male Death Rate
1998-2000 Mal Dth Rt(Age Adj)
Ovarian Cancer Mortality
AL
FL
GA
KY
MS
NC
SC
TN
Region IV
US
2000 Female Deaths
246
965
342
189
138
376
175
290
2,721
14,060
2000 Female Death Rate
10.7
11.8
8.2
9.1
9.4
9.2
8.5
9.9
10.0
9.8
2000 Female Dth Rt (Age Adj)
9.3
8.6
8.8
8.2
8.7
8.4
7.8
8.9
8.5
8.9
1998-2000 Female Deaths
238
943
328
189
135
367
183
289
2,673
13,672
1998-2000 Female Death Rate
10.4
12.0
8.1
9.2
9.3
9.2
9.1
10.1
10.1
9.7
1998-2000 Fem Dth Rt(Age Adj)
9.1
8.7
8.8
8.3
8.7
8.4
8.3
9.0
8.7
8.9
Uterine Cancer Mortality
AL
2000 Female Deaths
92
FL
395
GA
160
KY
92
MS
56
NC
188
SC
72
TN
142
Region IV
1,197
US
6,586
2000 Female Death Rate
4.0
4.8
3.8
4.5
3.8
4.6
3.5
4.9
4.4
4.6
2000 Female Dth Rt (Age Adj)
3.4
3.5
4.2
3.9
3.5
4.2
3.2
4.3
3.7
4.1
1998-2000 Female Deaths
101
398
149
89
60
184
89
129
1,197
6,547
1998-2000 Female Death Rate
4.4
5.0
3.7
4.4
4.1
4.6
4.4
4.5
4.5
4.7
1998-2000 Fem Dth Rt(Age Adj)
3.8
3.5
4.0
3.8
3.8
4.1
4.0
4.0
3.8
4.2
Cervical Cancer Mortality
AL
FL
GA
KY
MS
NC
SC
TN
Region IV
US
2000 Female Deaths
96
306
110
66
54
128
66
114
940
2000 Female Death Rate
4.2
3.7
2.6
3.2
3.7
3.1
3.2
3.9
3.4
2.9
2000 Female Dth Rt (Age Adj)
3.9
3.3
2.7
3.0
3.5
2.9
3.0
3.7
3.2
2.8
1998-2000 Female Deaths
80
296
119
77
59
130
76
109
945
4,230
1998-2000 Female Death Rate
3.5
3.8
3.0
3.8
4.1
3.3
3.8
3.8
3.6
3.0
1998-2000 Fem Dth Rt(Age Adj)
3.2
3.3
3.1
3.5
4.0
3.1
3.6
3.5
3.3
2.9
168
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Chronic Lower Respiratory Diseases Mortality
AL
2000 Female Deaths
931
FL
GA
KY
MS
NC
SC
TN
4,480
1,496
1,100
569
1,765
773
1,374
Region IV
12,488
US
62,005
2000 Female Death Rate
40.5
54.7
36.0
53.2
38.7
43.0
37.5
47.1
45.8
43.2
2000 Female Death Rt(Age Adj)
33.9
35.8
39.1
46.0
34.4
38.4
33.9
41.0
37.6
37.4
1998-2000 Female Deaths
934
4,482
1,410
1,062
544
1,669
777
1,278
12,155
60,664
1998-2000 Female Death Rate
41.0
56.9
35.0
52.0
37.6
42.0
38.5
44.8
45.8
43.2
1998-2000 Fem Dth Rt(Age Adj)
34.6
37.0
37.7
45.3
33.6
37.0
35.1
39.2
37.5
37.4
60,004
2000 Male Deaths
1,126
4,165
1,571
1,070
688
1,934
957
1,513
13,024
2000 Male Death Rate
52.5
53.4
39.0
54.2
50.1
49.1
49.1
54.6
50.1
43.5
2000 Male Death Rate(Age Adj)
65.2
46.6
66.5
71.0
67.6
68.0
66.5
72.1
59.0
55.8
60,721
1998-2000 Male Deaths
1,172
4,303
1,590
1,122
696
1,881
932
1,522
13,217
1998-2000 Male Death Rate
55.5
57.7
41.3
57.9
52.0
49.9
49.3
56.8
52.8
45.2
1998-2000 Male Dth Rt(Age Adj)
69.3
49.2
68.8
74.6
68.8
66.8
65.6
73.2
61.0
56.8
Pneumonia/Influenza Mortality
FL
GA
MS
NC
SC
2000 Female Deaths
AL
657
1,767
1,004
KY
663
462
1,160
404
TN
985
Region IV
7,102
36,655
US
2000 Female Death Rate
28.6
21.6
24.1
32.1
31.4
28.2
19.6
33.7
26.0
25.6
2000 Female Death Rt(Age Adj)
22.5
13.8
25.2
26.3
26.1
24.3
17.4
27.8
20.4
20.7
1998-2000 Female Deaths
644
1,665
946
644
437
1,101
441
922
6,799
36,067
1998-2000 Female Death Rate
28.3
21.1
23.5
31.5
30.2
27.7
21.8
32.3
25.6
25.7
2000 Male Deaths
481
1,598
788
494
347
785
295
687
5,475
28,658
2000 Male Death Rate
22.4
20.5
19.6
25.0
25.3
19.9
15.1
24.8
21.1
20.8
2000 Male Death Rate(Age Adj)
31.2
19.0
37.2
36.5
36.6
30.8
22.7
36.6
27.0
28.9
1998-2000 Male Deaths
498
1,523
746
484
349
804
341
687
5,433
28,329
1998-2000 Male Death Rate
23.6
20.4
19.4
25.0
26.0
21.3
18.0
25.6
21.7
21.1
Alzheimer’s Mortality
MS
NC
SC
2000 Female Deaths
AL
647
2,260
FL
GA
919
KY
620
307
1,297
632
TN
725
Region IV
7,407
35,120
US
2000 Female Death Rate
28.1
27.6
22.1
30.0
20.9
31.6
30.6
24.8
27.2
24.5
2000 Female Dth Rt (Age Adj)
21.8
16.6
23.1
24.1
16.8
26.9
26.9
20.1
20.7
19.3
2000 Male Deaths
248
1,005
316
225
136
428
242
299
2,899
14,438
2000 Male Death Rate
11.6
12.9
7.8
11.4
9.9
10.9
12.4
10.8
11.2
10.5
2000 Male Death Rate(Age Adj)
16.7
11.9
17.1
18.1
15.0
18.6
20.3
17.0
15.1
15.2
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Diabetes Mortality
AL
FL
GA
KY
MS
NC
SC
TN
Region IV
US
2000 Female Deaths
788
2,135
809
607
411
1,169
680
883
7,482
37,699
2000 Female Death Rate
34.3
26.1
19.5
29.4
27.9
28.5
33.0
30.3
27.4
26.3
2000 Female Death Rt (Age Adj)
28.8
18.0
20.9
25.3
25.0
25.6
30.0
26.4
22.9
23.0
1998-2000 Female Deaths
796
2,108
814
633
378
1,130
641
829
7,328
36,801
1998-2000 Female Death Rate
34.9
26.7
20.2
31.0
26.1
28.4
31.7
29.0
27.6
26.2
2000 Male Deaths
533
2,314
652
500
265
915
526
708
6,413
31,602
2000 Male Death Rate
24.8
29.7
16.2
25.3
19.3
23.2
27.0
25.6
24.7
22.9
2000 Male Death Rate (Age Adj)
29.3
26.1
24.3
31.2
23.9
29.4
33.6
31.3
27.8
27.8
1998-2000 Male Deaths
532
2,183
623
481
259
909
467
633
6,086
30,860
1998-2000 Male Death Rate
25.2
29.3
16.2
24.8
19.3
24.1
24.7
23.6
24.3
23.0
Unintentional Injuries Mortality
AL
2000 Female Deaths
720
FL
GA
2,050
1,096
KY
MS
611
561
NC
1,179
SC
TN
654
Region IV
964
7,835
US
34,083
2000 Female Death Rate
31.3
25.0
26.4
29.6
38.1
28.7
31.7
33.0
28.7
23.8
2000 Female Death RteAge Adj)
28.9
21.7
26.9
27.5
36.1
26.9
30.4
31.0
26.4
22.0
1998-2000 Female Deaths
779
2,039
1,109
602
567
1,141
635
930
7,802
34,115
1998-2000 Female Death Rate
34.2
25.9
27.5
29.5
39.1
28.7
31.4
32.6
29.4
24.3
1998-2000 Fem Dth Rt(Age Adj)
31.8
22.5
28.0
27.4
37.2
26.9
30.2
30.5
27.1
22.5
1,373
4,217
2,007
1,227
1,092
2,346
1,320
1,779
15,361
63,817
64.0
54.1
49.8
62.1
79.5
59.5
67.7
64.2
59.1
46.2
2000 Male Deaths
2000 Male Death Rate
2000 Male Death Rate (Age Adj)
1998-2000 Male Deaths
67.6
53.8
57.4
66.2
85.0
64.9
71.9
68.7
61.5
49.3
1,420
4,023
1,994
1,153
1,102
2,220
1,259
1,741
14,913
63,541
1998-2000 Male Death Rate
67.3
54.0
51.9
59.5
82.3
58.9
66.6
65.0
59.6
47.3
1998-2000 Male Dth Rt(Age Adj)
70.9
53.6
59.6
63.6
87.9
64.3
71.0
69.4
61.9
50.3
Motor Vehicle Accidents Mortality
KY
MS
NC
SC
TN
Region IV
AL
2000 Female Deaths
FL
333
933
GA
489
250
287
503
306
459
3,560
US
13,903
2000 Female Death Rate
14.5
11.4
11.8
12.1
19.5
12.2
14.8
15.7
13.1
9.7
2000 Female Death RteAge Adj)
14.1
10.8
11.8
11.9
19.2
12.1
14.6
15.5
12.8
9.5
13,375
1998-2000 Female Deaths
350
908
499
243
283
487
299
401
3,470
1998-2000 Female Death Rate
15.4
11.5
12.4
11.9
19.5
12.2
14.8
14.0
13.1
9.5
1998-2000 Fem Dth Rt(Age Adj)
15.0
11.0
12.5
11.6
19.3
12.1
14.6
13.9
12.8
9.4
2000 Male Deaths
731
2,124
1,047
582
648
1,190
719
936
7,977
29,451
2000 Male Death Rate
34.1
27.2
26.0
29.5
47.2
30.2
36.9
33.8
30.7
21.3
2000 Male Death Rate (Age Adj)
34.5
27.3
27.5
29.9
48.1
30.7
37.3
34.6
30.9
21.7
1998-2000 Male Deaths
706
1,904
991
540
621
1,084
656
852
7,355
27,574
1998-2000 Male Death Rate
33.5
25.5
25.8
27.9
46.4
28.7
34.7
31.8
29.4
20.5
1998-2000 Male Dth Rt(Age Adj)
33.7
25.6
27.0
28.2
47.5
29.4
35.0
32.4
29.6
20.9
AL
2000 Female Deaths
2000 Dths per 100,000 Births
FL
GA
Maternal Deaths
MS
NC
SC
KY
TN
Region IV
US
3
29
21
4
8
14
9
8
96
404
4.7
14.2
15.8
7.1
18.2
11.6
16.0
10.0
12.7
10.0
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B.5: CANCER INCIDENCE
2000 INCIDENCE OF CANCER IN FEMALES
Female Cancer Counts
State Name
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
North Carolina
South Carolina
Tennessee
Region IV
US
All
Bladder
Breast
Colorectal Uterine
Lung
Skin
Ovarian Thyroid
Cancers Cancers Cancers Cancers
Cancers Cancers Cancers Cancers Cancers
Count
Count
Count
Count
Count
Count
Count
Count
Count
9,158
170
2,857
1,134
423
1,271
216
364
168
43,941
1,236
12,315
5,519
2,237
6,751
1,268
1,630
872
15,203
315
4,953
1,690
714
1,965
532
526
338
9,800
226
2,737
1,247
539
1,625
355
366
193
---------16,103
8,105
--
361
146
--
5,430
2,637
--
1,862
994
-63,907
827
406
--
533,647
13,361
164,895
30,207
All
Cancers
Crude
Rate
398.1
536.9
365.5
474.3
--
Bladder
Cancers
Crude
Rate
7.4
15.1
7.6
10.9
--
Breast
Cancers
Crude
Rate
124.2
150.5
119.1
132.5
--
Colorectal
Cancers
Crude
Rate
49.3
67.4
40.6
60.3
--
Uterine
Cancers
Crude
Rate
18.4
27.3
17.2
26.1
--
392.1
392.9
--
8.8
7.1
132.2
127.8
--
45.3
48.2
2,093
1,073
--
533
231
--
69,316
661
284
--
285
170
--
15,611
20,188
13,019
Lung
Cancers
Crude
Rate
55.2
82.5
47.2
78.6
--
Skin
Cancers
Crude
Rate
9.4
15.5
12.8
17.2
--
Ovarian
Cancers
Crude
Rate
15.8
19.9
12.6
17.7
--
Thyroid
Cancers
Crude
Rate
7.3
10.7
8.1
9.3
--
20.1
19.7
--
51.0
52.0
--
13.0
11.2
--
16.1
13.8
--
6.9
8.2
25.1
57.6
13
16.8
10.8
Crude Rates per 100,000 Females
State Name
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
North Carolina
South Carolina
Tennessee
Region IV
US
443.6
-11.1
--
137.1
53.1
--
Age Adjusted Rates per 100,000 Females
State Name
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
North Carolina
South Carolina
Tennessee
Region IV
US
All
Cancers
Age Adj
Rate
357.9
413.0
388.0
434.5
--
Bladder
Cancers
Age Adj
Rate
6.3
10.5
8.2
9.7
--
Breast
Cancers
Age Adj
Rate
113.6
121.3
125.6
123.0
--
Colorectal
Cancers
Age Adj
Rate
43.0
47.8
43.6
53.5
--
Uterine
Cancers
Age Adj
Rate
16.5
21.2
18.3
24.1
--
Lung
Cancers
Age Adj
Rate
48.6
59.9
51.5
71.2
--
Skin
Cancers
Age Adj
Rate
8.8
12.9
13.1
16.4
--
Ovarian
Cancers
Age Adj
Rate
14.5
16.0
13.4
16.4
--
Thyroid
Cancers
Age Adj
Rate
7.1
10.1
8.2
9.2
--
367.1
367.7
--
8.0
6.5
125.1
120.6
--
41.6
44.4
18.9
18.4
--
47.3
48.1
--
12.4
10.7
--
15.2
12.9
--
6.7
8.0
23.5
52.5
12.4
15.8
409.4
-9.8
128.9
-47
-10.7
US counts and rates are for all reporting districts.
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APPENDIX C: COUNTY LEVEL DETAILED DATA
2000 POPULATION
FEMALES by RACE
FIPS
Code County Name
01 ALABAMA
TOTAL
Females
All Races
Black/
African
Amercn
White
Native
Haw/ Asian
Pacific /Pacific
Islandr Islandr
American
Indian/
Alaskan
Native
Asian
Two or
More
Races
Some
Other
Race
4,447,100
2,300,596
1,618,383
619,936
11,161
16,595
663
17,258
11,494
01001 Autauga, AL
43,671
22,450
17,886
4,026
103
142
9
151
78
206
01003 Baldwin, AL
140,415
71,567
62,413
7,397
399
332
22
354
290
714
01005 Barbour, AL
29,038
14,068
7,167
6,661
43
45
5
50
63
84
01007 Bibb, AL
20,826
10,081
7,935
2,040
26
11
0
11
18
51
01009 Blount, AL
51,024
25,548
24,345
315
116
47
8
55
432
285
01011 Bullock, AL
11,714
5,574
1,252
4,239
7
13
1
14
16
46
01013 Butler, AL
21,399
11,380
6,522
4,766
24
17
0
17
6
45
112,249
58,547
45,777
11,280
209
395
39
434
293
554
110
01015 Calhoun, AL
22,364
01017 Chambers, AL
36,583
19,298
11,547
7,563
23
37
0
37
18
01019 Cherokee, AL
23,988
12,194
11,313
691
37
19
0
19
35
99
01021 Chilton, AL
39,593
20,012
17,400
2,188
53
44
2
46
186
139
01023 Choctaw, AL
15,922
8,433
4,549
3,824
10
4
0
4
9
37
01025 Clarke, AL
27,867
14,687
8,062
6,475
28
22
1
23
20
79
01027 Clay, AL
14,254
7,302
6,012
1,173
21
9
1
10
21
65
01029 Cleburne, AL
14,123
7,086
6,703
271
21
15
1
16
13
62
01031 Coffee, AL
43,615
22,312
17,097
4,165
194
290
16
306
182
368
01033 Colbert, AL
54,984
28,673
23,174
4,992
99
70
8
78
78
252
01035 Conecuh, AL
14,089
7,422
3,976
3,365
16
10
3
13
8
44
01037 Coosa, AL
12,202
5,970
3,825
2,059
21
5
1
6
8
51
01039 Covington, AL
37,631
19,639
16,815
2,540
97
38
1
39
25
123
01041 Crenshaw, AL
13,665
7,201
5,238
1,870
22
9
0
9
9
53
01043 Cullman, AL
77,483
39,269
38,122
342
142
97
18
115
167
381
01045 Dale, AL
49,129
24,773
18,110
5,313
135
366
33
399
303
513
01047 Dallas, AL
46,365
25,273
8,640
16,369
24
80
2
82
22
136
01049 DeKalb, AL
64,452
32,944
30,647
599
248
74
15
89
824
537
01051 Elmore, AL
65,874
32,532
25,508
6,257
144
144
6
150
135
338
01053 Escambia, AL
38,440
18,965
12,454
5,571
589
49
5
54
50
247
01055 Etowah, AL
103,459
53,953
44,473
8,312
184
200
18
218
287
479
01057 Fayette, AL
18,495
9,560
8,253
1,194
18
22
2
24
21
50
01059 Franklin, AL
31,223
15,894
14,426
697
51
19
11
30
540
150
01061 Geneva, AL
25,764
13,235
11,495
1,474
95
23
2
25
58
88
01063 Greene, AL
9,974
5,293
949
4,316
5
5
0
5
7
11
01065 Hale, AL
17,185
9,075
3,476
5,488
14
16
3
19
20
58
01067 Henry, AL
16,310
8,556
5,504
2,889
16
7
1
8
71
68
01069 Houston, AL
88,787
46,617
33,743
11,842
163
286
7
293
149
427
01071 Jackson, AL
53,926
27,645
25,410
1,042
481
69
4
73
85
554
01073 Jefferson, AL
662,047
349,958
200,129
141,909
710
2,999
84
3,083
1,460
2,667
01075 Lamar, AL
15,904
8,224
7,109
1,036
10
7
0
7
18
44
01077 Lauderdale, AL
87,966
45,885
40,353
4,741
126
163
6
169
143
353
34,803
17,737
13,687
2,484
951
22
1
23
42
550
115,092
58,462
42,542
14,048
123
966
9
975
232
542
01079 Lawrence, AL
01081 Lee, AL
172
Quality
.
Resource
.
Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
2000 POPULATION
FIPS
Code County Name
TOTAL
Females
All Races
White
Black/
African
Amercn
FEMALES by RACE
Native
American
Haw/
Indian/
Asian
Pacific /Pacific
Alaskan
Islandr Islandr
Native
Asian
Two
or
More
Races
Some
Other
Race
01083 Limestone, AL
65,676
32,342
27,570
3,909
151
131
4
135
287
290
01085 Lowndes, AL
13,473
7,171
1,748
5,369
7
13
3
16
2
29
01087 Macon, AL
24,105
13,030
1,628
11,240
19
30
0
30
15
98
01089 Madison, AL
276,700
141,681
101,016
33,359
1,063
2,801
74
2,875
741
2,627
01091 Marengo, AL
22,539
11,970
5,433
6,423
8
24
2
26
16
64
01093 Marion, AL
31,214
15,763
15,084
454
38
30
3
33
49
105
01095 Marshall, AL
01097 Mobile, AL
01099 Monroe, AL
82,231
42,220
39,754
604
213
123
19
142
1,049
458
399,843
208,799
129,412
72,475
1,338
2,674
53
2,727
693
2,154
24,324
12,748
7,236
5,235
123
40
2
42
13
99
01101 Montgomery, AL
223,510
117,151
56,058
58,201
240
1,228
47
1,275
345
1,032
01103 Morgan, AL
111,064
56,613
48,111
6,558
358
277
22
299
589
698
01105 Perry, AL
11,861
6,451
1,925
4,488
6
0
1
1
4
27
01107 Pickens, AL
20,949
11,140
6,045
4,981
12
14
4
18
15
69
01109 Pike, AL
29,605
15,620
9,296
5,942
94
45
3
48
34
206
01111 Randolph, AL
22,380
11,570
8,809
2,608
23
26
1
27
36
67
01113 Russell, AL
49,756
26,052
14,432
10,975
104
118
14
132
127
282
01115 St. Clair, AL
64,742
32,090
29,183
2,339
128
72
5
77
99
264
01117 Shelby, AL
143,293
73,036
65,509
5,643
260
764
14
778
336
510
01119 Sumter, AL
14,798
8,003
1,974
5,952
10
10
2
12
11
44
01121 Talladega, AL
80,321
41,036
27,508
12,997
86
89
12
101
66
278
01123 Tallapoosa, AL
41,475
21,771
15,745
5,766
61
48
3
51
25
123
01125 Tuscaloosa, AL
164,875
85,503
56,974
26,570
193
729
18
747
343
676
01127 Walker, AL
70,713
36,596
33,726
2,303
85
82
8
90
84
308
01129 Washington, AL
18,097
9,228
5,912
2,543
677
6
3
9
4
83
01131 Wilcox, AL
13,183
7,041
1,869
5,129
9
10
0
10
9
15
12,388
50
57
23
1
24
60
98
6,382,195 1,214,385
25,798
142,284
4,137
146,421
228,594
187,270
2,203
01133 Winston, AL
12 FLORIDA
12001 Alachua, FL
12003 Baker, FL
12005 Bay, FL
24,843
12,677
15,982,378
8,184,663
217,955
111,550
81,357
22,312
275
3,841
29
3,870
1,533
22,259
10,571
9,109
1,263
38
51
3
54
18
89
148,217
74,811
62,612
8,110
560
1,593
59
1,652
467
1,410
12007 Bradford, FL
26,088
11,492
9,414
1,774
33
84
11
95
51
125
12009 Brevard, FL
476,230
243,044
210,254
20,766
847
4,219
142
4,361
2,575
4,241
12011 Broward, FL
1,623,018
839,786
589,839
176,767
1,907
18,851
426
19,277
24,735
27,261
12013 Calhoun, FL
13,017
5,993
5,073
691
88
36
3
39
26
76
12015 Charlotte, FL
141,627
73,979
68,612
3,140
132
709
20
729
562
804
12017 Citrus, FL
118,085
61,394
58,319
1,429
193
523
21
544
223
686
12019 Clay, FL
140,814
71,479
62,309
4,852
318
1,623
64
1,687
915
1,398
12021 Collier, FL
251,377
125,521
109,626
5,749
372
878
69
947
6,228
2,599
12023 Columbia, FL
56,513
27,857
22,448
4,528
137
206
13
219
142
383
12027 DeSoto, FL
32,209
14,106
11,139
1,675
127
66
4
70
908
187
12029 Dixie, FL
13,827
6,463
5,909
422
32
23
2
25
12
63
12031 Duval, FL
778,879
401,098
259,988
115,792
1,282
11,301
246
11,547
4,841
7,648
12033 Escambia, FL
294,410
148,227
106,101
32,839
1,299
3,628
159
3,787
1,045
3,156
12035 Flagler, FL
49,832
25,945
22,527
2,394
62
318
7
325
254
383
12037 Franklin, FL
11,057
4,815
4,189
514
19
18
1
19
17
57
12039 Gadsden, FL
45,087
23,639
8,825
13,951
60
72
3
75
519
209
173
Quality
.
Resource
.
Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
2000 POPULATION
FIPS
Code County Name
TOTAL
Females
All Races
White
Black/
African
Amercn
FEMALES by RACE
Native
American
Haw/
Indian/
Asian
Pacific /Pacific
Alaskan
Islandr Islandr
Native
Asian
Two
or
More
Races
Some
Other
Race
12041 Gilchrist, FL
14,437
6,794
6,395
253
21
13
0
13
34
78
12043 Glades, FL
10,576
4,775
3,779
380
265
16
1
17
261
73
12045 Gulf, FL
13,332
6,213
5,188
860
37
29
3
32
13
83
12047 Hamilton, FL
13,327
5,670
3,415
2,080
18
16
0
16
91
50
12049 Hardee, FL
26,938
12,293
9,148
787
82
43
6
49
2,013
214
12051 Hendry, FL
12053 Hernando, FL
12055 Highlands, FL
12057 Hillsborough, FL
12059 Holmes, FL
36,210
16,090
11,013
2,455
146
77
4
81
2,002
393
130,802
68,672
63,598
2,940
196
503
14
517
648
773
87,366
44,766
37,837
4,229
177
498
14
512
1,400
611
998,948
510,176
382,393
78,764
1,896
11,713
371
12,084
22,317
12,722
18,564
8,718
8,213
221
79
46
3
49
48
108
112,947
58,314
51,225
4,783
165
445
14
459
1,024
658
12063 Jackson, FL
46,755
22,222
15,990
5,596
134
97
5
102
124
276
12065 Jefferson, FL
12,902
6,321
3,738
2,452
23
22
2
24
23
61
12067 Lafayette, FL
7,022
2,822
2,509
183
14
3
0
3
85
28
12069 Lake, FL
210,528
108,662
95,110
9,182
344
939
46
985
1,834
1,207
12071 Lee, FL
440,888
225,384
198,435
15,227
612
1,913
84
1,997
5,857
3,256
12073 Leon, FL
239,452
125,318
81,781
38,030
317
2,367
44
2,411
914
1,865
12075 Levy, FL
34,450
17,760
15,101
2,100
78
84
6
90
147
244
7,021
2,867
2,415
315
53
3
0
3
48
33
12079 Madison, FL
18,733
9,023
5,216
3,639
20
33
0
33
36
79
12081 Manatee, FL
264,002
136,453
118,266
11,291
366
1,315
56
1,371
3,344
1,815
12083 Marion, FL
258,916
133,971
112,665
15,700
570
1,068
32
1,100
2,065
1,871
12085 Martin, FL
126,731
64,539
58,728
3,043
174
425
56
481
1,418
695
2,253,362
1,164,467
808,090
240,113
2,114
16,463
394
16,857
53,548
43,745
12061 Indian River, FL
12077 Liberty, FL
12086 Miami-Dade, FL
12087 Monroe, FL
79,589
37,210
33,714
1,771
157
365
22
387
559
622
12089 Nassau, FL
57,663
29,220
26,247
2,353
108
162
8
170
84
258
2,512
12091 Okaloosa, FL
12093 Okeechobee, FL
12095 Orange, FL
12097 Osceola, FL
12099 Palm Beach, FL
170,498
84,338
70,010
7,206
502
2,941
110
3,051
1,057
35,910
16,665
13,885
961
99
129
7
136
1,280
304
896,344
452,628
308,614
84,497
1,523
15,406
406
15,812
26,902
15,280
172,493
87,471
67,398
6,522
392
2,024
60
2,084
7,959
3,116
1,131,184
584,445
464,609
80,582
1,115
8,985
284
9,269
15,607
13,263
12101 Pasco, FL
344,765
179,348
168,550
3,571
603
1,804
62
1,866
2,378
2,380
12103 Pinellas, FL
921,482
482,523
414,645
43,701
1,356
9,966
240
10,206
4,921
7,694
12105 Polk, FL
483,924
246,558
197,562
33,589
847
2,434
99
2,533
8,060
3,967
70,423
35,632
27,597
6,328
143
177
18
195
947
422
12109 St. Johns, FL
123,135
63,321
57,398
4,158
139
645
36
681
332
613
12111 St. Lucie, FL
192,695
98,576
78,131
15,454
219
1,028
57
1,085
2,032
1,655
12107 Putnam, FL
12113 Santa Rosa, FL
117,743
58,684
53,442
2,100
568
1,007
49
1,056
340
1,178
12115 Sarasota, FL
325,957
171,539
159,125
7,218
349
1,444
39
1,483
1,693
1,671
12117 Seminole, FL
3,938
365,196
186,420
153,276
18,148
550
4,808
84
4,892
5,616
12119 Sumter, FL
53,345
25,033
21,513
2,806
115
115
15
130
217
252
12121 Suwannee, FL
34,844
17,832
15,000
2,299
67
89
5
94
135
237
12123 Taylor, FL
19,256
9,423
7,452
1,683
95
45
0
45
25
123
12125 Union, FL
13,442
4,749
3,919
717
23
18
0
18
24
48
12127 Volusia, FL
443,343
227,982
196,316
21,622
660
2,336
80
2,416
3,871
3,097
12129 Wakulla, FL
22,863
11,027
9,645
1,130
64
29
1
30
31
127
174
Quality
.
Resource
.
Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
2000 POPULATION
FIPS
Code County Name
TOTAL
Females
All Races
Black/
African
Amercn
White
FEMALES by RACE
Native
American
Haw/
Indian/
Asian
Pacific /Pacific
Alaskan
Islandr Islandr
Native
Asian
Two
or
More
Races
Some
Other
ace
12131 Walton, FL
40,601
19,789
17,747
1,143
263
113
11
124
123
389
12133 Washington, FL
20,973
10,190
8,502
1,235
159
43
7
50
36
208
2,684,658 1,241,597
55,545
8,186,453
4,159,340
10,085
88,322
1,911
90,233
77,222
13001 Appling, GA
13 GEORGIA
17,419
8,838
6,773
1,832
15
32
2
34
131
53
13003 Atkinson, GA
7,609
3,842
2,584
806
14
4
1
5
385
48
13005 Bacon, GA
10,103
5,151
4,189
846
6
19
0
19
42
49
13007 Baker, GA
4,074
2,188
1,001
1,141
5
0
0
0
25
16
13009 Baldwin, GA
44,700
20,568
11,286
8,734
46
244
2
246
96
160
13011 Banks, GA
14,422
7,139
6,675
232
23
50
1
51
109
49
13013 Barrow, GA
46,144
23,205
19,717
2,350
65
482
10
492
261
320
13015 Bartow, GA
76,019
38,459
33,814
3,464
113
207
12
219
449
400
13017 Ben Hill, GA
17,484
9,115
5,685
3,137
19
23
0
23
182
69
13019 Berrien, GA
16,235
8,260
7,053
988
23
25
6
31
82
83
153,887
83,087
41,021
40,075
148
898
16
914
317
612
13023 Bleckley, GA
11,666
6,046
4,409
1,521
7
54
0
54
19
36
13025 Brantley, GA
14,629
7,286
6,871
300
11
10
1
11
16
77
13027 Brooks, GA
16,450
8,558
4,891
3,471
19
26
3
29
72
76
13029 Bryan, GA
23,417
11,814
9,708
1,729
36
112
9
121
59
161
13021 Bibb, GA
13031 Bulloch, GA
55,983
28,728
19,364
8,711
25
233
10
243
166
219
13033 Burke, GA
22,243
11,687
5,257
6,196
28
32
1
33
52
121
13035 Butts, GA
19,522
9,119
6,385
2,583
26
30
1
31
18
76
13037 Calhoun, GA
6,320
2,747
1,065
1,647
7
4
0
4
9
15
13039 Camden, GA
43,664
21,098
15,563
4,492
97
267
21
288
256
402
13043 Candler, GA
9,577
4,773
3,168
1,346
8
12
1
13
199
39
13045 Carroll, GA
87,268
44,736
35,897
7,575
118
281
7
288
366
492
13047 Catoosa, GA
53,282
27,499
26,529
345
87
196
5
201
86
251
13049 Charlton, GA
10,282
4,842
3,415
1,304
24
19
3
22
6
71
13051 Chatham, GA
232,048
120,258
65,231
50,213
254
2,118
71
2,189
872
1,499
13053 Chattahoochee, GA
14,882
5,477
2,887
1,925
36
100
29
129
280
220
13055 Chattooga, GA
25,470
12,331
11,113
995
10
18
4
22
58
133
13057 Cherokee, GA
141,903
70,691
65,853
1,767
247
647
21
668
1,319
837
13059 Clarke, GA
101,489
51,957
33,328
14,933
96
1,655
17
1,672
1,241
687
3,357
1,831
677
1,132
1
5
2
7
0
14
236,517
121,625
45,022
65,082
344
5,317
69
5,386
3,392
2,399
13061 Clay, GA
13063 Clayton, GA
13065 Clinch, GA
6,878
3,458
2,410
993
17
3
0
3
4
31
13067 Cobb, GA
607,751
306,243
221,312
60,317
741
9,431
121
9,552
8,780
5,541
13069 Coffee, GA
37,413
18,839
13,033
4,892
57
98
4
102
581
174
13071 Colquitt, GA
42,053
21,225
14,583
5,309
63
62
5
67
1,013
190
13073 Columbia, GA
89,288
45,658
37,458
5,317
129
1,680
42
1,722
348
684
13075 Cook, GA
15,771
8,208
5,498
2,506
14
35
5
40
86
64
13077 Coweta, GA
89,215
45,053
35,290
8,526
93
343
8
351
344
449
61
13079 Crawford, GA
12,495
6,233
4,509
1,568
18
14
1
15
62
13081 Crisp, GA
21,996
11,655
6,183
5,237
20
77
0
77
50
88
13083 Dade, GA
15,154
7,733
7,542
59
29
37
3
40
9
54
13085 Dawson, GA
15,999
7,965
7,753
27
31
28
3
31
43
80
175
Quality
.
Resource
.
Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
2000 POPULATION
FIPS
Code County Name
TOTAL
Females
All Races
FEMALES by RACE
Native
American
Asian
Haw/
Indian/
Pacific /Pacific
Alaskan
Islandr Islandr
Native
Asian
Black/
African
Amercn
White
Two
or
More
Races
Some
Other
Race
13087 Decatur, GA
28,240
14,787
8,300
6,108
34
49
3
52
183
110
13089 DeKalb, GA
665,865
343,085
121,116
192,622
660
13,183
152
13,335
8,563
6,789
13091 Dodge, GA
19,171
9,349
6,604
2,612
14
22
2
24
51
44
13093 Dooly, GA
11,525
5,500
2,548
2,747
5
23
2
25
131
44
13095 Dougherty, GA
96,065
51,265
18,848
31,484
98
270
14
284
191
360
13097 Douglas, GA
92,174
46,912
36,097
8,880
150
583
11
594
526
665
13099 Early, GA
12,354
6,602
3,256
3,247
14
12
4
16
18
51
3,754
1,737
1,403
135
19
2
0
2
157
21
13101 Echols, GA
13103 Effingham, GA
37,535
18,889
15,844
2,579
58
109
3
112
91
205
13105 Elbert, GA
20,511
10,672
7,033
3,462
20
33
4
37
46
74
13107 Emanuel, GA
21,837
11,328
7,161
3,953
9
29
0
29
122
54
13109 Evans, GA
10,495
5,393
3,290
1,873
6
17
1
18
172
34
13111 Fannin, GA
19,798
10,232
10,056
7
35
26
0
26
9
99
13113 Fayette, GA
91,263
46,605
38,984
5,410
94
1,175
11
1,186
356
575
13115 Floyd, GA
90,565
46,742
38,217
6,435
133
421
37
458
997
502
13117 Forsyth, GA
98,407
48,557
46,507
286
119
429
7
436
793
416
13119 Franklin, GA
20,285
10,451
9,323
979
22
24
4
28
26
73
13121 Fulton, GA
816,006
414,280
193,919
193,523
707
12,022
151
12,173
8,233
5,725
13123 Gilmer, GA
23,456
11,554
11,000
28
49
23
16
39
294
144
2,556
1,328
1,205
113
2
0
0
0
1
7
13127 Glynn, GA
67,568
35,246
24,718
9,601
87
227
13
240
243
357
13129 Gordon, GA
44,104
22,162
20,138
813
60
124
11
135
799
217
13131 Grady, GA
23,659
12,414
7,909
3,971
123
39
1
40
274
97
13133 Greene, GA
14,406
7,506
3,879
3,476
21
19
0
19
72
39
588,448
291,699
213,082
40,156
712
21,216
127
21,343
10,439
5,967
13125 Glascock, GA
13135 Gwinnett, GA
13137 Habersham, GA
35,902
17,470
16,039
407
43
300
14
314
435
232
139,277
68,393
55,906
5,297
227
914
102
1,016
5,097
850
13141 Hancock, GA
10,076
4,696
908
3,760
4
7
0
7
1
16
13143 Haralson, GA
25,690
13,159
12,234
727
28
41
0
41
16
113
13145 Harris, GA
23,695
11,994
9,322
2,400
40
80
2
82
36
114
13147 Hart, GA
22,997
11,671
9,232
2,265
19
70
0
70
21
64
13149 Heard, GA
11,012
5,604
4,869
633
14
9
5
14
28
46
13139 Hall, GA
13151 Henry, GA
119,341
60,473
48,969
9,088
133
1,161
25
1,186
418
679
13153 Houston, GA
110,765
56,258
38,995
14,537
181
1,083
41
1,124
484
937
13155 Irwin, GA
9,931
5,051
3,638
1,334
1
20
1
21
35
22
13157 Jackson, GA
41,589
20,758
18,564
1,564
32
187
0
187
196
215
13159 Jasper, GA
11,426
5,824
4,068
1,667
14
9
1
10
28
37
13161 Jeff Davis, GA
12,684
6,456
5,266
1,023
13
17
2
19
98
37
13163 Jefferson, GA
17,266
9,139
3,750
5,281
8
17
1
18
41
41
8,575
4,466
2,419
1,926
8
10
2
12
73
28
11
13165 Jenkins, GA
13167 Johnson, GA
8,560
4,342
2,744
1,577
5
3
1
4
1
13169 Jones, GA
23,639
12,098
8,939
2,955
18
68
2
70
27
89
13171 Lamar, GA
15,912
8,293
5,495
2,649
19
31
1
32
26
72
13173 Lanier, GA
7,241
3,572
2,582
895
24
16
1
17
16
38
13175 Laurens, GA
44,874
23,302
14,488
8,356
42
186
7
193
77
146
13177 Lee, GA
24,757
12,251
10,226
1,785
28
102
1
103
34
75
176
Quality
.
Resource
.
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HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
2000 POPULATION
FEMALES by RACE
FIPS
Code County Name
TOTAL
Females
All Races
Black/
African
Amercn
White
Native
Haw/
Asian
Pacific /Pacific
Islandr Islandr
American
Indian/
Alaskan
Native
Asian
Two
or
More
Races
Some
Other
Race
13179 Liberty, GA
61,610
29,164
13,007
12,913
149
675
125
800
1,242
13181 Lincoln, GA
8,348
4,284
2,715
1,516
14
7
1
8
9
22
13183 Long, GA
10,304
5,098
3,421
1,313
32
45
14
59
179
94
13185 Lowndes, GA
92,115
46,304
28,179
16,278
168
671
19
690
385
604
13187 Lumpkin, GA
21,016
10,707
10,120
139
96
46
5
51
139
162
13189 McDuffie, GA
21,231
11,211
6,693
4,349
18
41
4
45
26
80
13191 McIntosh, GA
10,847
5,478
3,267
2,101
19
21
4
25
11
55
13193 Macon, GA
14,074
7,090
2,560
4,348
13
38
0
38
81
50
13195 Madison, GA
25,730
13,088
11,634
1,146
27
46
2
48
111
122
7,144
3,626
2,182
1,309
11
3
3
6
72
46
22,534
11,771
6,514
5,081
35
25
6
31
28
82
13197 Marion, GA
13199 Meriwether, GA
13201 Miller, GA
1,053
6,383
3,375
2,340
1,007
8
3
3
6
5
9
13205 Mitchell, GA
23,932
11,762
5,884
5,634
25
32
6
38
111
70
13207 Monroe, GA
21,757
10,912
7,643
3,083
33
43
1
44
23
86
8,270
4,033
2,899
1,020
2
8
1
9
79
24
15,457
7,970
5,453
2,393
14
23
1
24
20
66
13209 Montgomery, GA
13211 Morgan, GA
13213 Murray, GA
13215 Muscogee, GA
36,506
18,264
17,434
113
54
63
2
65
435
163
186,291
95,674
47,142
43,357
260
1,681
109
1,790
1,444
1,681
13217 Newton, GA
62,001
31,847
23,763
7,342
65
228
7
235
160
282
13219 Oconee, GA
26,225
13,301
11,948
867
23
190
8
198
159
106
13221 Oglethorpe, GA
12,635
6,498
5,061
1,312
10
20
2
22
35
58
13223 Paulding, GA
81,678
40,805
36,903
2,911
118
193
13
206
213
454
111
13225 Peach, GA
23,668
12,224
6,082
5,765
41
46
5
51
174
13227 Pickens, GA
22,983
11,738
11,333
152
43
31
3
34
84
92
13229 Pierce, GA
15,636
7,943
6,869
931
21
17
6
23
53
46
13231 Pike, GA
13,688
6,838
5,715
1,017
14
27
0
27
21
44
13233 Polk, GA
38,127
19,144
15,585
2,660
42
59
4
63
630
164
13235 Pulaski, GA
9,588
5,507
3,279
2,100
15
14
7
21
44
48
13237 Putnam, GA
18,812
9,548
6,351
2,965
19
60
7
67
65
81
13239 Quitman, GA
2,598
1,375
706
656
4
0
0
0
0
9
15,050
7,623
7,298
65
31
26
1
27
129
73
13241 Rabun, GA
13243 Randolph, GA
7,791
4,190
1,574
2,564
13
8
4
12
9
18
13245 Richmond, GA
199,775
103,400
45,747
52,727
260
1,775
102
1,877
960
1,829
13247 Rockdale, GA
70,111
35,266
26,727
6,706
85
672
24
696
627
425
3,766
1,963
1,272
641
5
1
4
5
16
24
15,374
8,031
4,204
3,735
13
20
4
24
17
38
13249 Schley, GA
13251 Screven, GA
13253 Seminole, GA
9,369
4,905
3,016
1,768
6
7
0
7
91
17
13255 Spalding, GA
58,417
30,235
19,784
9,800
59
210
6
216
153
223
13257 Stephens, GA
117
25,435
13,221
11,306
1,641
34
71
9
80
43
13259 Stewart, GA
5,252
2,742
1,005
1,710
6
6
0
6
1
14
13261 Sumter, GA
33,200
17,645
8,325
8,867
49
101
3
104
187
113
13263 Talbot, GA
6,498
3,466
1,217
2,196
6
10
0
10
9
28
13265 Taliaferro, GA
2,077
1,075
421
636
0
1
0
1
9
8
22,305
9,447
6,493
2,285
17
37
9
46
513
93
13267 Tattnall, GA
13269 Taylor, GA
8,815
4,511
2,450
2,008
2
6
0
6
19
26
13271 Telfair, GA
11,794
5,591
3,583
1,939
1
8
0
8
38
22
177
Quality
.
Resource
.
Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
2000 POPULATION
FEMALES by RACE
FIPS
Code County Name
TOTAL
Females
All Races
White
Native
Asian
Haw/
Pacific /Pacific
Islandr Islandr
American
Indian/
Alaskan
Native
Asian
Black/
African
Amercn
Two
or
More
Races
Some
Other
Race
13273 Terrell, GA
10,970
5,826
2,148
3,601
12
16
2
18
7
40
13275 Thomas, GA
42,737
22,620
13,157
9,029
62
94
9
103
90
179
158
13277 Tift, GA
38,407
19,743
12,895
5,858
37
194
3
197
598
13279 Toombs, GA
26,067
13,624
9,434
3,492
26
67
1
68
517
87
9,319
4,908
4,861
4
10
19
0
19
3
11
13281 Towns, GA
13283 Treutlen, GA
13285 Troup, GA
6,854
3,450
2,288
1,123
2
8
0
8
8
21
58,779
30,769
20,104
10,063
52
176
9
185
134
231
13287 Turner, GA
9,504
4,934
2,748
2,094
8
17
0
17
51
16
13289 Twiggs, GA
10,590
5,520
2,939
2,502
11
9
1
10
12
46
13291 Union, GA
17,289
8,792
8,660
18
23
25
1
26
14
51
13293 Upson, GA
27,597
14,492
10,068
4,204
40
63
2
65
46
69
13295 Walker, GA
61,053
31,412
29,732
1,100
95
98
9
107
106
272
13297 Walton, GA
60,687
31,131
25,619
4,754
77
215
7
222
164
295
13299 Ware, GA
35,483
17,953
12,717
4,839
29
89
5
94
146
128
6,336
3,399
1,304
2,057
7
8
0
8
7
16
13303 Washington, GA
21,176
11,668
5,159
6,374
20
34
3
37
17
61
13305 Wayne, GA
131
13301 Warren, GA
26,565
12,749
10,030
2,363
23
61
0
61
141
13307 Webster, GA
2,390
1,189
590
574
1
0
0
0
15
9
13309 Wheeler, GA
6,179
2,709
1,873
782
3
4
0
4
22
25
13311 White, GA
19,944
10,064
9,614
212
40
47
9
56
29
113
13313 Whitfield, GA
83,525
41,491
34,275
1,651
139
367
11
378
4,278
770
13315 Wilcox, GA
8,577
3,835
2,533
1,261
3
8
1
9
11
18
13317 Wilkes, GA
10,687
5,581
3,010
2,486
14
14
3
17
17
37
13319 Wilkinson, GA
10,220
5,361
3,058
2,242
9
4
0
4
16
32
13321 Worth, GA
21,967
11,440
7,646
3,599
40
34
1
35
54
66
4,041,769
2,066,401
1,864,475
151,915
4,163
15,534
706
16,240
8,499
21,109
21001 Adair, KY
17,244
8,889
8,534
228
19
21
1
22
11
75
21003 Allen, KY
17,800
9,084
8,858
106
18
13
2
15
21
66
21005 Anderson, KY
19,111
9,771
9,396
255
13
15
1
16
12
79
21 KENTUCKY
21007 Ballard, KY
8,286
4,195
4,013
112
2
11
0
11
5
52
21009 Barren, KY
38,033
19,735
18,622
802
29
73
7
80
68
134
21011 Bath, KY
11,085
5,609
5,433
111
14
2
0
2
13
36
21013 Bell, KY
30,060
15,690
15,066
366
40
58
6
64
20
134
21015 Boone, KY
85,991
43,492
41,475
590
112
578
15
593
281
441
21017 Bourbon, KY
19,360
9,948
9,032
724
12
18
2
20
70
90
21019 Boyd, KY
49,752
25,389
24,723
292
34
79
0
79
29
232
21021 Boyle, KY
27,697
13,966
12,511
1,110
23
79
4
83
71
168
21023 Bracken, KY
8,279
4,182
4,121
18
14
5
1
6
9
14
21025 Breathitt, KY
16,100
8,156
8,058
21
6
26
2
28
5
38
21027 Breckinridge, KY
18,648
9,390
8,997
273
19
9
2
11
9
81
21029 Bullitt, KY
61,236
30,782
30,165
115
107
97
5
102
52
241
21031 Butler, KY
13,010
6,538
6,442
21
12
10
0
10
16
37
21033 Caldwell, KY
13,060
6,782
6,366
323
9
14
0
14
30
40
21035 Calloway, KY
34,177
17,689
16,657
594
33
221
4
225
61
119
21037 Campbell, KY
88,616
45,870
44,405
667
79
261
6
267
120
332
5,351
2,741
2,679
24
11
2
0
2
7
18
21039 Carlisle, KY
178
Quality
.
Resource
.
Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
2000 POPULATION
FEMALES by RACE
FIPS
Code County Name
Females
TOTAL All Races
White
Native
Haw/ Asian
Pacific /Pacific
Islandr Islandr
American
Indian/
Alaskan
Native
Asian
Black/
African
Amercn
Two
or
More
Races
Some
Other
Race
21041 Carroll, KY
10,155
5,048
4,863
77
12
6
2
8
35
21043 Carter, KY
26,889
13,726
13,587
12
38
19
0
19
11
53
59
21045 Casey, KY
15,447
7,897
7,782
23
15
7
4
11
12
54
21047 Christian, KY
72,265
34,971
24,319
8,593
167
355
104
459
635
798
21049 Clark, KY
33,144
17,119
16,018
865
33
37
1
38
41
124
21051 Clay, KY
70
24,556
11,598
11,327
168
17
9
1
10
6
21053 Clinton, KY
9,634
4,994
4,961
5
7
4
0
4
3
14
21055 Crittenden, KY
9,384
4,842
4,747
35
8
6
0
6
7
39
21057 Cumberland, KY
7,147
3,708
3,534
128
6
2
1
3
2
35
21059 Daviess, KY
91,545
47,524
44,632
2,025
56
218
9
227
147
437
21061 Edmonson, KY
28
11,644
5,897
5,817
16
28
5
0
5
3
21063 Elliott, KY
6,748
3,457
3,421
0
4
0
1
1
0
31
21065 Estill, KY
15,307
7,897
7,828
6
17
3
0
3
4
39
21067 Fayette, KY
260,512
132,607
107,672
18,376
238
3,129
46
3,175
1,169
1,977
21069 Fleming, KY
13,792
7,038
6,862
98
7
13
0
13
10
48
21071 Floyd, KY
42,441
21,578
21,284
103
21
50
18
68
16
86
21073 Franklin, KY
47,687
24,621
21,770
2,198
29
176
4
180
108
336
39
21075 Fulton, KY
7,752
4,131
3,069
991
4
14
0
14
14
21077 Gallatin, KY
7,870
3,956
3,835
56
9
6
0
6
8
42
21079 Garrard, KY
14,792
7,518
7,204
230
7
5
0
5
20
52
21081 Grant, KY
22,384
11,354
11,165
19
27
31
8
39
37
67
21083 Graves, KY
37,028
18,987
17,677
849
38
42
3
45
161
217
21085 Grayson, KY
24,053
12,143
11,946
40
20
27
1
28
19
90
21087 Green, KY
11,518
5,849
5,643
140
6
9
0
9
15
36
21089 Greenup, KY
36,891
19,133
18,768
98
33
69
0
69
32
133
21091 Hancock, KY
8,392
4,250
4,168
32
12
10
0
10
5
23
94,174
46,617
38,390
5,229
184
1,088
102
1,190
531
1,093
21095 Harlan, KY
33,202
17,314
16,524
474
79
51
2
53
10
174
21097 Harrison, KY
17,983
9,222
8,824
236
32
19
3
22
39
69
21099 Hart, KY
17,445
8,858
8,236
525
20
9
3
12
10
55
21101 Henderson, KY
44,829
23,158
21,161
1,635
36
87
0
87
71
168
21103 Henry, KY
15,060
7,558
7,153
242
18
33
1
34
49
62
5,262
2,751
2,422
282
5
2
0
2
4
36
21107 Hopkins, KY
46,519
24,353
22,389
1,551
37
99
2
101
62
213
21109 Jackson, KY
13,495
6,841
6,784
3
14
2
1
3
4
33
21111 Jefferson, KY
693,604
362,005
278,879
70,625
749
4,886
128
5,014
1,926
4,812
220
21093 Hardin, KY
21105 Hickman, KY
21113 Jessamine, KY
39,041
19,856
18,785
623
36
119
6
125
67
21115 Johnson, KY
23,445
12,142
12,002
14
17
29
1
30
7
72
151,464
77,181
72,617
2,937
101
488
22
510
258
758
21117 Kenton, KY
21119 Knott, KY
17,649
8,947
8,797
62
12
18
2
20
6
50
21121 Knox, KY
31,795
16,485
16,129
137
37
28
4
32
11
139
21123 Larue, KY
13,373
6,844
6,496
230
14
15
3
18
16
70
21125 Laurel, KY
52,715
26,950
26,323
163
103
94
3
97
17
247
21127 Lawrence, KY
15,569
7,890
7,807
5
21
8
1
9
5
43
7,916
3,780
3,715
19
11
4
0
4
3
28
21129 Lee, KY
179
Quality
.
Resource
.
Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
2000 POPULATION
FEMALES by RACE
FIPS
Code County Name
TOTAL
Females
All Races
White
Native
Haw/ Asian
Pacific /Pacific
Islandr Islandr
American
Indian/
Alaskan
Native
Asian
Black/
African
Amercn
Two
or
More
Races
Some
Other
Race
21131 Leslie, KY
12,401
6,357
6,303
3
6
6
2
8
1
21133 Letcher, KY
25,277
12,911
12,726
76
15
38
2
40
3
51
21135 Lewis, KY
14,092
7,083
7,020
9
13
3
0
3
5
33
21137 Lincoln, KY
23,361
11,898
11,434
315
20
16
1
17
30
82
9,804
4,957
4,890
6
18
2
1
3
12
28
26,573
13,760
12,473
1,069
28
27
1
28
24
138
8,080
3,461
3,353
62
11
6
0
6
8
21
21145 McCracken, KY
65,514
34,392
29,769
3,824
63
177
18
195
124
417
21147 McCreary, KY
63
21139 Livingston, KY
21141 Logan, KY
21143 Lyon, KY
36
17,080
8,674
8,537
25
39
2
0
2
8
21149 McLean, KY
9,938
5,061
4,985
19
7
3
1
4
10
36
21151 Madison, KY
70,872
36,664
34,181
1,595
92
272
5
277
106
413
21153 Magoffin, KY
13,332
6,760
6,713
5
16
8
0
8
1
17
21155 Marion, KY
18,212
9,002
8,150
699
6
39
0
39
23
85
21157 Marshall, KY
30,125
15,365
15,175
7
25
28
1
29
11
118
21159 Martin, KY
12,578
6,353
6,307
0
2
4
5
9
0
35
21161 Mason, KY
16,800
8,675
7,884
630
12
31
3
34
30
85
21163 Meade, KY
26,349
13,149
12,150
522
71
94
17
111
104
191
21165 Menifee, KY
6,556
3,249
3,183
26
4
2
0
2
5
29
21167 Mercer, KY
20,817
10,728
10,128
393
21
47
2
49
38
99
21169 Metcalfe, KY
10,037
5,142
5,007
86
11
5
0
5
4
29
21171 Monroe, KY
11,756
6,053
5,818
169
9
1
1
2
15
40
21173 Montgomery, KY
22,554
11,589
10,992
438
17
12
3
15
21
106
21175 Morgan, KY
13,948
6,247
6,201
6
4
7
0
7
0
29
21177 Muhlenberg, KY
31,839
16,082
15,301
595
23
23
1
24
20
119
21179 Nelson, KY
37,477
19,054
17,675
1,092
22
99
3
102
47
116
6,813
3,517
3,468
25
7
6
0
6
4
7
22,916
11,659
11,413
85
20
27
4
31
36
74
21185 Oldham, KY
46,178
21,583
20,662
457
40
113
3
116
107
201
21187 Owen, KY
10,547
5,261
5,133
49
12
19
0
19
13
35
4,858
2,407
2,387
3
2
2
0
2
0
13
32
21181 Nicholas, KY
21183 Ohio, KY
21189 Owsley, KY
21191 Pendleton, KY
14,390
7,184
7,088
25
17
8
0
8
14
21193 Perry, KY
29,390
15,100
14,711
232
7
76
3
79
7
64
21195 Pike, KY
68,736
35,164
34,588
146
37
142
8
150
34
209
21197 Powell, KY
13,237
6,640
6,554
31
7
2
0
2
1
45
21199 Pulaski, KY
56,217
28,735
28,047
286
62
116
3
119
26
195
21201 Robertson, KY
2,266
1,163
1,151
1
1
0
0
0
0
10
21203 Rockcastle, KY
16,582
8,381
8,284
4
22
11
1
12
4
55
21205 Rowan, KY
22,094
11,351
10,945
149
17
107
1
108
17
115
21207 Russell, KY
16,315
8,412
8,282
45
11
15
2
17
3
54
21209 Scott, KY
33,061
16,882
15,594
903
37
86
2
88
71
189
21211 Shelby, KY
33,337
17,105
14,923
1,616
39
77
10
87
222
218
21213 Simpson, KY
16,405
8,402
7,382
879
9
38
5
43
19
70
21215 Spencer, KY
11,766
5,830
5,683
65
16
6
0
6
11
49
21217 Taylor, KY
22,927
11,900
11,164
587
10
25
4
29
26
84
21219 Todd, KY
11,971
6,146
5,469
579
6
18
2
20
28
44
21221 Trigg, KY
12,597
6,397
5,624
653
10
25
0
25
12
73
180
Quality
.
Resource
.
Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
2000 POPULATION
FEMALES by RACE
FIPS
Code County Name
21223 Trimble, KY
TOTAL
Females
All Races
White
Native
Haw/ Asian
Pacific /Pacific
Islandr Islandr
American
Indian/
Alaskan
Native
Asian
Black/
African
Amercn
Two
or
More
Races
Some
Other
Race
8,125
4,129
4,051
9
19
3
0
3
20
27
21225 Union, KY
15,637
7,749
6,817
801
10
14
0
14
20
87
21227 Warren, KY
92,522
47,166
41,302
4,066
105
605
36
641
442
610
21229 Washington, KY
10,916
5,553
5,016
441
7
21
0
21
27
41
21231 Wayne, KY
19,923
10,072
9,812
118
15
13
0
13
26
88
21233 Webster, KY
14,120
7,215
6,766
343
10
7
5
12
37
47
21235 Whitley, KY
35,865
18,554
18,256
55
45
34
3
37
10
151
21237 Wolfe, KY
7,065
3,559
3,534
8
3
1
1
2
2
10
21239 Woodford, KY
23,208
12,026
11,129
656
14
42
1
43
84
100
28 MISSISSIPPI
2,844,658
1,471,104
890,155
549,440
5,915
9,907
334
10,241
5,169
10,184
28001 Adams, MS
34,340
18,454
8,287
9,943
25
51
2
53
35
111
28003 Alcorn, MS
34,558
17,827
15,555
2,029
17
39
7
46
76
104
28005 Amite, MS
13,599
7,036
3,885
3,084
8
9
2
11
12
36
28007 Attala, MS
19,661
10,268
5,906
4,211
13
30
0
30
44
64
28009 Benton, MS
8,026
4,124
2,541
1,523
25
4
0
4
10
21
28011 Bolivar, MS
40,633
21,633
6,929
14,383
15
106
3
109
77
120
28013 Calhoun, MS
15,069
7,901
5,431
2,342
8
7
5
12
63
45
28015 Carroll, MS
10,769
5,405
3,393
1,975
3
10
0
10
2
22
28017 Chickasaw, MS
19,440
10,095
5,694
4,245
18
19
2
21
70
47
28019 Choctaw, MS
9,758
5,086
3,416
1,614
13
8
1
9
12
22
28021 Claiborne, MS
11,831
6,372
927
5,402
1
7
0
7
3
32
28023 Clarke, MS
17,955
9,386
5,928
3,397
10
12
0
12
13
26
28025 Clay, MS
21,979
11,625
4,836
6,690
10
16
0
16
22
51
28027 Coahoma, MS
30,622
16,557
4,713
11,602
19
84
2
86
39
98
28029 Copiah, MS
28,757
14,909
7,053
7,698
8
22
2
24
48
78
28031 Covington, MS
19,407
10,077
6,293
3,684
18
19
2
21
9
52
28033 DeSoto, MS
107,199
54,131
46,317
6,387
162
386
25
411
446
408
28035 Forrest, MS
72,604
38,350
24,290
13,290
71
278
6
284
116
299
28037 Franklin, MS
8,448
4,394
2,731
1,622
9
5
0
5
0
27
28039 George, MS
19,144
9,542
8,555
847
22
18
0
18
47
53
28041 Greene, MS
13,299
5,783
4,693
1,051
9
7
2
9
1
20
28043 Grenada, MS
23,263
12,385
7,036
5,215
19
41
2
43
10
62
28045 Hancock, MS
42,967
21,668
19,500
1,537
125
201
6
207
72
227
28047 Harrison, MS
189,601
95,223
68,957
20,777
400
2,668
83
2,751
747
1,591
28049 Hinds, MS
843
250,800
132,837
48,745
82,122
146
759
14
773
208
28051 Holmes, MS
21,609
11,540
2,278
9,159
16
19
0
19
7
61
28053 Humphreys, MS
11,206
5,978
1,571
4,347
5
16
0
16
17
22
28055 Issaquena, MS
2,274
1,065
387
668
0
0
0
0
2
8
28057 Itawamba, MS
22,770
11,730
10,831
776
20
27
0
27
29
47
131,420
66,293
49,583
14,218
221
1,109
23
1,132
385
754
18,149
9,500
4,338
5,093
8
6
0
6
7
48
9,740
4,895
616
4,258
3
5
1
6
0
12
28059 Jackson, MS
28061 Jasper, MS
28063 Jefferson, MS
28065 Jefferson Davis, MS
13,962
7,353
3,013
4,270
11
12
1
13
4
42
28067 Jones, MS
64,958
33,535
23,712
9,211
126
101
4
105
225
156
28069 Kemper, MS
10,453
5,438
2,078
3,207
112
8
0
8
3
30
28071 Lafayette, MS
38,744
19,696
13,884
5,245
34
297
2
299
58
176
181
Quality
.
Resource
.
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HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
2000 POPULATION
FEMALES by RACE
FIPS
Code County Name
TOTAL
Females
All Races
Black/
African
Amercn
White
Native
Haw/ Asian
Pacific /Pacific
Islandr Islandr
American
Indian/
Alaskan
Native
Asian
Two
or
More
Races
Some
Other
Race
28073 Lamar, MS
39,070
20,214
17,182
2,694
36
135
2
137
47
118
28075 Lauderdale, MS
78,161
41,001
24,320
16,040
65
217
14
231
115
230
28077 Lawrence, MS
13,258
6,898
4,515
2,318
14
19
1
20
4
27
28079 Leake, MS
20,940
10,574
5,992
3,930
494
19
2
21
77
60
28081 Lee, MS
75,755
39,402
28,762
9,960
59
205
4
209
129
283
28083 Leflore, MS
37,947
19,714
5,948
13,429
16
127
6
133
97
91
28085 Lincoln, MS
33,166
17,257
11,785
5,294
32
46
3
49
21
76
28087 Lowndes, MS
61,586
32,437
17,863
13,912
53
221
6
227
104
278
28089 Madison, MS
74,674
39,260
23,311
15,110
49
494
10
504
91
195
28091 Marion, MS
25,595
13,216
8,809
4,251
31
30
1
31
13
81
28093 Marshall, MS
34,993
17,676
8,436
9,035
27
24
3
27
42
109
28095 Monroe, MS
38,014
20,038
13,479
6,381
21
40
4
44
14
99
28097 Montgomery, MS
12,189
6,538
3,448
3,043
4
18
3
21
2
20
28099 Neshoba, MS
28,684
15,007
9,781
3,008
2,025
35
4
39
32
122
28101 Newton, MS
21,838
11,349
7,256
3,564
444
27
0
27
20
38
28103 Noxubee, MS
12,548
6,586
1,860
4,652
12
9
0
9
11
42
148
28105 Oktibbeha, MS
42,902
21,457
11,941
8,771
31
464
6
470
96
28107 Panola, MS
34,274
17,866
8,844
8,852
27
34
4
38
38
67
28109 Pearl River, MS
48,621
25,015
21,249
3,216
116
70
7
77
76
281
28111 Perry, MS
12,138
6,207
4,661
1,464
24
11
3
14
12
32
28113 Pike, MS
38,940
20,712
10,512
9,969
37
76
0
76
22
96
28115 Pontotoc, MS
26,726
13,742
11,533
2,016
38
19
1
20
62
73
28117 Prentiss, MS
25,556
13,166
11,231
1,773
23
24
0
24
18
97
28119 Quitman, MS
10,117
5,426
1,596
3,776
5
8
0
8
6
35
115,327
58,971
47,831
10,087
90
386
15
401
208
354
28121 Rankin, MS
28123 Scott, MS
28,423
14,623
8,267
5,903
43
30
3
33
248
129
28125 Sharkey, MS
6,580
3,487
1,006
2,443
7
10
0
10
8
13
28127 Simpson, MS
27,639
14,216
9,085
4,966
18
21
0
21
46
80
28129 Smith, MS
16,182
8,277
6,238
1,972
11
8
5
13
12
31
28131 Stone, MS
13,622
6,872
5,389
1,374
23
15
2
17
23
46
28133 Sunflower, MS
34,369
15,919
4,653
11,082
11
74
0
74
53
46
28135 Tallahatchie, MS
14,903
7,936
3,052
4,812
5
26
0
26
3
38
28137 Tate, MS
25,370
13,098
8,718
4,239
23
15
4
19
26
73
28139 Tippah, MS
20,826
10,753
8,771
1,784
17
12
2
14
97
70
28141 Tishomingo, MS
19,163
9,942
9,484
300
21
10
1
11
60
66
28143 Tunica, MS
9,227
4,828
1,252
3,494
6
20
1
21
27
28
28145 Union, MS
25,362
13,085
10,934
1,965
14
30
3
33
63
76
28147 Walthall, MS
15,156
7,915
4,264
3,553
9
19
2
21
10
58
28149 Warren, MS
49,644
26,369
14,074
11,832
53
171
4
175
72
163
28151 Washington, MS
62,977
33,545
11,015
22,075
29
176
4
180
62
184
28153 Wayne, MS
21,216
11,081
6,701
4,304
9
20
1
21
11
35
28155 Webster, MS
10,294
5,319
4,105
1,139
5
12
1
13
37
20
28157 Wilkinson, MS
10,312
4,958
1,507
3,428
4
3
0
3
0
16
28159 Winston, MS
20,160
10,409
5,740
4,541
64
9
0
9
15
40
28161 Yalobusha, MS
13,051
6,824
4,013
2,753
10
9
4
13
4
31
28163 Yazoo, MS
28,149
13,828
5,840
7,814
30
53
1
54
16
74
182
Quality
.
Resource
.
Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
2000 POPULATION
FEMALES by RACE
FIPS
Code County Name
37 NORTH CAROLINA
TOTAL
8,049,313
Females
All Races
4,106,618
Black/
African
Amercn
White
Native
Haw/ Asian
Pacific /Pacific
Islandr Islandr
American
Indian/
Alaskan
Native
Asian
2,951,945
921,278
50,476
Two
or
More
Races
Some
Other
Race
58,783
1,803
60,586
72,085
50,248
37001 Alamance, NC
130,800
67,957
51,339
13,266
235
592
16
608
1,751
758
37003 Alexander, NC
33,603
16,854
15,534
822
18
174
1
175
174
131
37005 Alleghany, NC
10,677
5,418
5,249
58
10
7
0
7
54
40
37007 Anson, NC
25,275
12,860
6,333
6,324
40
78
4
82
30
51
37009 Ashe, NC
24,384
12,353
12,093
74
27
40
0
40
56
63
37011 Avery, NC
17,167
8,104
7,931
31
22
13
2
15
43
62
37013 Beaufort, NC
44,958
23,520
15,912
7,094
36
58
2
60
250
168
37015 Bertie, NC
19,773
10,540
3,740
6,685
33
11
0
11
25
46
37017 Bladen, NC
32,278
16,758
9,412
6,599
352
18
9
27
245
123
37019 Brunswick, NC
73,143
37,178
30,566
5,556
259
109
16
125
311
361
37021 Buncombe, NC
206,330
107,296
95,931
8,066
366
731
37
768
925
1,240
37023 Burke, NC
89,148
44,574
39,192
2,585
118
1,479
58
1,537
636
506
37025 Cabarrus, NC
131,063
66,522
55,429
8,419
217
611
21
632
1,189
636
37027 Caldwell, NC
77,415
39,180
36,154
2,124
75
157
8
165
363
299
37029 Camden, NC
6,885
3,471
2,778
618
13
21
1
22
5
35
37031 Carteret, NC
59,383
30,226
27,316
2,089
124
207
23
230
141
326
37033 Caswell, NC
23,501
11,605
7,123
4,242
19
21
2
23
105
93
37035 Catawba, NC
141,685
71,803
61,306
6,191
186
2,055
36
2,091
1,240
789
37037 Chatham, NC
49,329
25,061
18,883
4,475
106
155
10
165
1,154
278
37039 Cherokee, NC
24,298
12,512
11,887
190
205
40
2
42
41
147
37041 Chowan, NC
14,526
7,721
4,592
2,983
24
25
1
26
41
55
8,775
4,503
4,409
41
18
3
3
6
7
22
96,287
49,981
38,169
10,755
67
347
8
355
273
362
231
37043 Clay, NC
37045 Cleveland, NC
37047 Columbus, NC
54,749
28,426
17,916
9,023
874
70
6
76
306
37049 Craven, NC
91,436
45,284
31,353
11,791
178
588
21
609
596
757
302,963
149,742
80,025
54,240
2,363
3,652
383
4,035
4,321
4,758
37051 Cumberland, NC
37053 Currituck, NC
18,190
9,158
8,249
682
42
44
4
48
44
93
37055 Dare, NC
29,967
14,869
14,118
384
41
66
7
73
109
144
37057 Davidson, NC
147,246
75,128
65,300
7,178
289
633
8
641
1,064
656
37059 Davie, NC
34,835
17,686
16,010
1,213
37
64
4
68
216
142
37061 Duplin, NC
49,063
24,746
14,632
7,701
60
48
14
62
2,049
242
223,314
115,684
58,535
48,045
307
3,589
41
3,630
3,247
1,920
37063 Durham, NC
37065 Edgecombe, NC
37067 Forsyth, NC
55,606
29,760
11,599
17,549
66
40
3
43
340
163
306,067
159,850
108,862
42,662
428
1,631
39
1,670
4,256
1,972
37069 Franklin, NC
47,260
23,946
15,685
7,455
103
87
10
97
380
226
37071 Gaston, NC
190,365
98,271
81,194
14,250
268
919
27
946
771
842
37073 Gates, NC
51
10,516
5,361
3,126
2,143
19
16
1
17
5
37075 Graham, NC
7,993
4,093
3,757
5
282
7
1
8
1
40
37077 Granville, NC
48,498
23,014
14,334
7,909
68
76
3
79
444
180
37079 Greene, NC
18,974
9,226
4,858
3,829
18
10
0
10
444
67
37081 Guilford, NC
421,048
219,319
140,724
66,549
993
5,107
61
5,168
2,923
2,962
37083 Halifax, NC
57,370
30,086
12,818
15,909
878
151
4
155
115
211
37085 Harnett, NC
91,025
46,102
32,850
10,652
379
383
28
411
1,116
694
37087 Haywood, NC
54,033
28,136
27,272
357
126
74
11
85
101
195
37089 Henderson, NC
89,173
46,002
42,899
1,358
121
312
6
318
871
435
183
Quality
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Resource
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HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
2000 POPULATION
FEMALES by RACE
FIPS
Code County Name
TOTAL
Females
All Races
Black/
African
Amercn
White
Native
Haw/ Asian
Pacific /Pacific
Islandr Islandr
American
Indian/
Alaskan
Native
Asian
Two
or
More
Races
Some
Other
Race
37091 Hertford, NC
22,601
12,217
4,423
7,478
146
39
0
39
37
94
37093 Hoke, NC
33,646
16,659
7,244
6,440
1,994
179
26
205
432
344
37095 Hyde, NC
5,826
2,746
1,793
896
4
13
0
13
17
23
122,660
62,540
51,200
9,011
179
770
13
783
798
569
37099 Jackson, NC
33,121
16,947
14,612
253
1,711
79
3
82
66
223
37101 Johnston, NC
121,965
61,371
48,370
9,958
233
211
21
232
1,997
581
37097 Iredell, NC
37103 Jones, NC
10,381
5,380
3,228
2,007
17
12
4
16
55
57
37105 Lee, NC
49,040
24,827
17,516
5,308
102
197
9
206
1,426
269
37107 Lenoir, NC
59,648
31,336
17,429
13,132
58
106
10
116
423
178
37109 Lincoln, NC
63,780
32,060
28,977
2,124
76
108
3
111
454
318
37111 McDowell, NC
42,151
21,149
19,772
711
56
192
2
194
250
166
37113 Macon, NC
29,811
15,522
15,162
121
43
65
1
66
31
99
37115 Madison, NC
19,635
9,951
9,764
46
23
30
2
32
28
58
37117 Martin, NC
25,593
13,725
7,075
6,414
43
29
4
33
83
77
5,022
37119 Mecklenburg, NC
695,454
353,997
224,987
104,240
1,176
10,775
167
10,942
7,630
37121 Mitchell, NC
15,687
8,021
7,872
19
33
19
0
19
31
47
37123 Montgomery, NC
26,822
13,241
9,272
2,853
54
228
5
233
677
152
37125 Moore, NC
74,769
38,745
31,056
6,200
254
197
23
220
674
341
37127 Nash, NC
87,420
45,359
27,957
15,828
183
230
12
242
706
443
37129 New Hanover, NC
160,307
82,936
65,648
14,849
314
706
48
754
517
854
37131 Northampton, NC
22,086
11,503
4,412
6,954
28
9
3
12
24
73
37133 Onslow, NC
150,355
67,369
47,945
13,086
467
1,599
133
1,732
1,900
2,239
37135 Orange, NC
118,227
62,189
48,565
8,941
225
2,573
12
2,585
808
1,065
37137 Pamlico, NC
12,934
6,421
4,765
1,520
35
32
2
34
30
37
37139 Pasquotank, NC
34,897
18,007
10,188
7,326
60
155
6
161
62
210
37141 Pender, NC
41,082
20,419
14,838
4,946
85
50
8
58
299
193
37143 Perquimans, NC
11,368
5,942
4,149
1,732
10
13
0
13
5
33
37145 Person, NC
35,623
18,435
12,590
5,384
108
28
3
31
181
141
37147 Pitt, NC
133,798
70,357
43,001
24,711
186
754
23
777
952
730
37149 Polk, NC
18,324
9,632
8,903
571
16
25
3
28
41
73
130,454
65,962
59,143
3,815
288
428
11
439
1,660
617
37151 Randolph, NC
37153 Richmond, NC
46,564
23,716
15,352
7,347
399
146
8
154
193
271
37155 Robeson, NC
123,339
63,341
20,492
16,446
24,290
196
28
224
1,017
872
91,928
47,559
36,768
9,555
135
135
17
152
585
364
130,340
65,960
52,885
10,621
197
548
18
566
1,056
635
37161 Rutherford, NC
62,899
32,598
28,350
3,673
43
108
9
117
160
255
37163 Sampson, NC
60,161
30,361
18,344
9,408
568
94
25
119
1,600
322
37165 Scotland, NC
35,998
19,112
9,679
7,340
1,672
104
4
108
61
252
249
37157 Rockingham, NC
37159 Rowan, NC
37167 Stanly, NC
58,100
29,429
25,059
3,326
68
490
5
495
232
37169 Stokes, NC
44,711
22,805
21,323
1,070
57
61
12
73
158
124
37171 Surry, NC
71,219
36,391
33,197
1,545
79
209
9
218
976
376
37173 Swain, NC
12,968
6,663
4,455
85
1,942
12
0
12
26
143
37175 Transylvania, NC
29,334
15,219
14,286
606
39
73
6
79
32
177
37177 Tyrrell, NC
4,149
1,938
1,152
711
3
11
0
11
43
18
37179 Union, NC
123,677
61,921
51,353
8,078
230
376
20
396
1,279
585
37181 Vance, NC
42,954
22,648
10,750
11,231
48
83
6
89
356
174
184
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Resource
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HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
2000 POPULATION
FEMALES by RACE
FIPS
Code County Name
37183 Wake, NC
TOTAL
Females
All Races
Black/
African
Amercn
White
Native
Haw/ Asian
Pacific /Pacific
Islandr Islandr
American
Indian/
Alaskan
Native
Asian
Two
or
More
Races
Some
Other
Race
627,846
316,410
227,795
66,118
1,070
10,591
84
10,675
5,930
4,822
37185 Warren, NC
19,972
10,159
3,930
5,573
498
12
1
13
56
89
37187 Washington, NC
13,723
7,234
3,437
3,638
3
26
4
30
69
57
37189 Watauga, NC
42,695
21,422
20,709
325
49
135
5
140
69
130
37191 Wayne, NC
113,329
57,446
34,843
19,652
176
686
16
702
1,367
706
37193 Wilkes, NC
65,632
33,261
31,057
1,404
40
111
15
126
420
214
37195 Wilson, NC
73,814
38,589
21,345
15,795
92
150
8
158
865
334
37197 Yadkin, NC
36,348
18,505
17,226
638
27
41
4
45
438
131
37199 Yancey, NC
17,774
9,080
8,908
48
34
15
0
15
25
50
4,012,012
2,063,083
1,371,361
630,374
6,786
19,073
750
19,823
14,835
19,904
26,167
13,623
9,094
4,347
12
34
3
37
40
93
142,552
73,885
52,139
19,622
274
489
22
511
499
840
45 SOUTH CAROLINA
45001 Abbeville, SC
45003 Aiken, SC
45005 Allendale, SC
11,211
5,374
1,404
3,900
5
6
4
10
27
28
45007 Anderson, SC
165,740
85,664
69,470
14,693
184
397
14
411
258
648
45009 Bamberg, SC
16,658
8,827
3,119
5,618
15
18
1
19
9
47
45011 Barnwell, SC
23,478
12,185
6,593
5,371
43
40
2
42
46
90
45013 Beaufort, SC
120,937
59,744
41,749
15,223
151
567
34
601
1,242
778
45015 Berkeley, SC
142,651
70,189
47,010
19,418
345
1,420
60
1,480
712
1,224
45017 Calhoun, SC
15,185
7,989
3,874
4,013
12
16
3
19
17
54
45019 Charleston, SC
309,969
160,182
97,132
57,835
391
1,853
68
1,921
1,126
1,777
45021 Cherokee, SC
52,537
27,114
20,676
5,866
49
86
5
91
198
234
45023 Chester, SC
34,068
17,699
10,399
7,064
60
54
1
55
31
90
45025 Chesterfield, SC
42,768
22,137
14,039
7,660
78
66
4
70
120
170
45027 Clarendon, SC
32,502
16,545
7,280
9,014
36
49
4
53
87
75
45029 Colleton, SC
38,264
19,937
10,866
8,659
119
68
10
78
57
158
45031 Darlington, SC
67,394
35,513
19,885
15,194
56
83
3
86
101
191
45033 Dillon, SC
30,722
16,393
8,092
7,633
354
54
4
58
135
121
45035 Dorchester, SC
96,413
49,229
34,664
12,551
360
649
34
683
280
691
45037 Edgefield, SC
24,595
11,556
6,778
4,592
27
26
5
31
45
83
45039 Fairfield, SC
23,454
12,287
4,765
7,365
21
24
0
24
54
58
45041 Florence, SC
125,761
66,662
38,312
27,097
148
463
9
472
214
419
45043 Georgetown, SC
55,797
29,097
17,018
11,669
38
76
8
84
140
148
379,616
194,834
150,633
36,834
348
2,664
78
2,742
2,135
2,142
45047 Greenwood, SC
66,271
35,183
22,822
11,526
65
235
9
244
275
251
45049 Hampton, SC
21,386
10,492
4,381
5,975
18
16
1
17
51
50
45051 Horry, SC
196,629
100,095
81,121
16,026
375
792
42
834
720
1,019
45053 Jasper, SC
20,678
9,800
4,109
5,334
38
52
4
56
190
73
45055 Kershaw, SC
52,647
27,223
19,261
7,420
79
90
11
101
143
219
45057 Lancaster, SC
61,351
30,958
22,153
8,301
56
84
5
89
158
201
45059 Laurens, SC
69,567
35,926
25,450
9,840
88
57
13
70
227
251
45045 Greenville, SC
45061 Lee, SC
45063 Lexington, SC
45065 McCormick, SC
45067 Marion, SC
20,119
9,991
3,430
6,434
13
24
0
24
35
55
216,014
111,037
93,286
14,566
374
1,186
35
1,221
591
999
9,958
4,659
2,067
2,520
4
17
0
17
17
34
35,466
19,078
7,626
11,152
52
56
0
56
96
96
45069 Marlboro, SC
28,818
14,681
6,544
7,436
503
33
0
33
25
140
45071 Newberry, SC
36,108
18,687
11,828
6,427
50
67
17
84
163
135
185
Quality
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Resource
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HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
2000 POPULATION
FEMALES by RACE
FIPS
Code County Name
TOTAL
Females
All Races
Black/
African
Amercn
White
Native
Haw/ Asian
Pacific /Pacific
Islandr Islandr
American
Indian/
Alaskan
Native
Asian
Two
or
More
Races
Some
Other
Race
45073 Oconee, SC
66,215
33,661
29,937
2,939
80
127
6
133
300
272
45075 Orangeburg, SC
91,582
48,972
17,701
30,381
225
206
9
215
108
342
45077 Pickens, SC
110,757
55,481
50,162
3,982
73
563
6
569
247
448
45079 Richland, SC
320,677
165,940
82,147
76,519
387
2,907
125
3,032
1,575
2,280
45081 Saluda, SC
19,181
9,658
6,330
3,036
22
6
0
6
215
49
45083 Spartanburg, SC
253,791
130,453
97,737
28,053
274
1,881
41
1,922
1,218
1,249
45085 Sumter, SC
104,646
53,966
26,296
25,915
151
631
30
661
331
612
29,881
15,806
10,686
4,939
20
30
5
35
25
101
45087 Union, SC
45089 Williamsburg, SC
45091 York, SC
37,217
19,808
6,235
13,387
28
37
0
37
23
98
164,614
84,863
65,061
17,028
685
774
15
789
529
771
47 TENNESSEE
5,689,283
2,919,008
2,334,309
494,226
7,238
29,556
1,028
30,584
21,434
31,217
47001 Anderson, TN
71,330
37,321
34,939
1,411
116
322
5
327
120
408
47003 Bedford, TN
37,586
18,941
16,511
1,643
48
99
11
110
410
219
47005 Benton, TN
16,537
8,531
8,190
194
32
31
0
31
19
65
47007 Bledsoe, TN
12,367
5,596
5,451
44
16
7
2
9
7
69
47009 Blount, TN
105,823
54,596
51,770
1,583
147
409
16
425
149
522
47011 Bradley, TN
87,965
45,077
42,038
1,769
112
284
5
289
320
549
47013 Campbell, TN
39,854
20,655
20,280
56
64
40
7
47
28
180
47015 Cannon, TN
12,826
6,535
6,356
90
11
12
0
12
18
48
47017 Carroll, TN
29,475
15,327
13,444
1,597
37
31
3
34
56
159
47019 Carter, TN
56,742
29,168
28,505
243
52
87
3
90
54
224
47021 Cheatham, TN
35,912
17,931
17,361
262
75
43
10
53
63
117
47023 Chester, TN
15,540
7,990
7,033
816
19
20
0
20
22
80
47025 Claiborne, TN
29,862
15,449
15,080
123
39
54
2
56
24
127
47027 Clay, TN
7,976
4,099
3,980
58
11
8
2
10
9
31
33,565
17,244
16,625
340
62
26
1
27
28
162
47031 Coffee, TN
48,014
24,615
23,076
868
68
194
10
204
153
246
47033 Crockett, TN
14,532
7,516
6,196
1,098
11
2
0
2
173
36
47035 Cumberland, TN
46,802
24,075
23,628
32
54
76
5
81
92
188
47029 Cocke, TN
47037 Davidson, TN
569,891
294,026
196,993
79,038
765
6,582
201
6,783
5,142
5,305
47039 Decatur, TN
11,731
6,031
5,706
209
13
16
3
19
34
50
47041 DeKalb, TN
17,423
8,811
8,468
121
25
10
0
10
102
85
47043 Dickson, TN
43,156
21,998
20,578
991
84
66
2
68
66
211
47045 Dyer, TN
37,279
19,412
16,465
2,627
47
60
6
66
58
149
47047 Fayette, TN
28,806
14,661
9,043
5,394
28
40
1
41
40
115
47049 Fentress, TN
16,625
8,474
8,413
4
9
10
0
10
2
36
47051 Franklin, TN
39,270
20,160
18,582
1,153
38
85
7
92
85
210
47053 Gibson, TN
48,152
25,408
19,891
5,163
52
32
4
36
73
193
47055 Giles, TN
29,447
15,144
13,072
1,809
44
57
1
58
24
137
47057 Grainger, TN
20,659
10,380
10,219
35
14
13
5
18
36
58
47059 Greene, TN
62,909
32,252
31,119
670
60
96
8
104
103
196
47061 Grundy, TN
14,332
7,288
7,168
13
14
12
0
12
21
60
47063 Hamblen, TN
58,128
29,492
27,028
1,271
61
180
13
193
681
258
47065 Hamilton, TN
307,896
160,614
121,698
33,666
430
1,993
74
2,067
990
1,763
47067 Hancock, TN
6,786
3,479
3,406
12
6
4
0
4
14
37
28,105
12,956
7,610
5,212
7
36
3
39
15
73
47069 Hardeman, TN
186
Quality
.
Resource
.
Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
2000 POPULATION
FEMALES by RACE
FIPS
Code County Name
TOTAL
Females
All Races
Black/
African
Amercn
White
Native
Haw/ Asian
Pacific /Pacific
Islandr Islandr
American
Indian/
Alaskan
Native
Asian
Two
or
More
Races
Some
Other
Race
47071 Hardin, TN
25,578
13,004
12,317
509
24
28
2
30
36
88
47073 Hawkins, TN
53,563
27,509
26,746
437
49
75
2
77
48
152
47075 Haywood, TN
19,797
10,542
4,822
5,527
13
10
2
12
111
57
47077 Henderson, TN
25,522
13,232
12,024
1,029
16
23
1
24
26
113
47079 Henry, TN
31,115
16,089
14,319
1,471
24
49
4
53
51
171
47081 Hickman, TN
22,295
10,494
10,060
243
45
13
0
13
25
108
47083 Houston, TN
8,088
4,089
3,880
133
11
6
3
9
21
35
47085 Humphreys, TN
17,929
9,110
8,691
272
27
27
1
28
15
77
47087 Jackson, TN
10,984
5,554
5,490
4
18
5
1
6
5
31
47089 Jefferson, TN
44,294
22,422
21,505
493
59
70
8
78
108
179
47091 Johnson, TN
17,499
8,155
8,018
38
26
14
1
15
16
42
382,032
197,455
173,595
17,687
490
2,485
56
2,541
855
2,287
47093 Knox, TN
47095 Lake, TN
7,954
3,169
2,478
647
2
4
0
4
16
22
47097 Lauderdale, TN
27,101
13,025
8,599
4,177
83
19
1
20
49
97
47099 Lawrence, TN
39,926
20,546
19,923
284
55
64
7
71
63
150
47101 Lewis, TN
11,367
5,773
5,614
78
10
13
0
13
10
48
47103 Lincoln, TN
31,340
16,163
14,532
1,266
77
63
6
69
34
185
47105 Loudon, TN
39,086
20,032
19,291
231
69
53
2
55
194
192
47107 McMinn, TN
49,015
25,348
23,554
1,123
68
178
6
184
149
270
47109 McNairy, TN
24,653
12,695
11,708
796
24
20
0
20
30
117
47111 Macon, TN
20,386
10,325
10,151
16
45
31
6
37
39
37
47113 Madison, TN
91,837
47,802
30,782
16,011
82
315
4
319
215
393
113
47115 Marion, TN
27,776
14,182
13,350
623
37
35
3
38
21
47117 Marshall, TN
26,767
13,698
12,231
1,109
35
49
2
51
162
110
47119 Maury, TN
69,498
35,716
29,286
5,367
114
124
7
131
400
418
47121 Meigs, TN
11,086
5,542
5,407
65
14
16
0
16
5
35
47123 Monroe, TN
38,961
19,760
18,788
459
69
81
4
85
122
237
47125 Montgomery, TN
134,768
66,993
48,492
12,990
336
1,623
131
1,754
1,378
2,043
47127 Moore, TN
5,740
2,897
2,783
81
5
4
0
4
8
16
47129 Morgan, TN
19,757
9,219
9,086
11
25
19
0
19
14
64
47131 Obion, TN
32,450
16,780
14,779
1,728
23
38
3
41
98
111
47133 Overton, TN
20,118
10,252
10,120
23
30
9
3
12
18
49
7,631
3,834
3,705
64
8
5
4
9
13
35
47135 Perry, TN
47137 Pickett, TN
47139 Polk, TN
4,945
2,513
2,491
3
4
2
0
2
0
13
16,050
8,095
7,961
8
23
12
2
14
8
81
299
47141 Putnam, TN
62,315
31,402
29,918
465
57
262
22
284
379
47143 Rhea, TN
28,400
14,615
13,968
306
54
55
2
57
64
166
47145 Roane, TN
51,910
26,760
25,463
765
49
106
8
114
38
331
47147 Robertson, TN
54,433
27,382
24,313
2,528
75
94
6
100
146
220
47149 Rutherford, TN
182,023
91,438
78,453
8,988
268
1,761
33
1,794
875
1,060
47151 Scott, TN
21,127
10,704
10,548
8
32
15
0
15
11
90
47153 Sequatchie, TN
11,370
5,735
5,659
11
16
9
2
11
8
30
47155 Sevier, TN
71,170
36,331
35,396
181
116
203
8
211
126
301
47157 Shelby, TN
897,472
468,827
217,585
234,255
831
7,503
153
7,656
3,997
4,503
47159 Smith, TN
17,712
8,992
8,584
242
32
16
0
16
36
82
47161 Stewart, TN
12,370
6,212
5,897
70
37
119
4
123
15
70
187
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Resource
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HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
2000 POPULATION
FEMALES by RACE
FIPS
Code County Name
TOTAL
Females
All Races
White
Native
Haw/ Asian
Pacific /Pacific
Islandr Islandr
American
Indian/
Alaskan
Native
Asian
Black/
African
Amercn
Two
or
More
Races
Some
Other
Race
47163 Sullivan, TN
153,048
79,188
76,569
1,418
167
342
9
351
144
539
47165 Sumner, TN
130,449
66,573
60,834
4,022
178
460
22
482
419
638
51,271
26,021
20,058
5,408
85
123
13
136
79
255
7,259
3,686
3,197
421
11
4
0
4
28
25
47171 Unicoi, TN
17,667
9,054
8,884
3
19
11
3
14
68
66
47173 Union, TN
17,808
8,958
8,825
5
18
18
0
18
13
79
47167 Tipton, TN
47169 Trousdale, TN
47175 Van Buren, TN
47177 Warren, TN
47179 Washington, TN
5,508
2,764
2,737
3
5
4
0
4
3
12
38,276
19,475
18,165
632
42
89
5
94
358
184
532
107,198
55,021
51,738
2,001
110
391
13
404
236
47181 Wayne, TN
16,842
7,598
7,454
54
15
23
1
24
8
43
47183 Weakley, TN
34,895
17,971
16,186
1,325
31
228
1
229
77
123
47185 White, TN
47187 Williamson, TN
47189 Wilson, TN
84 REGION IV
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23,102
11,776
11,405
185
19
31
6
37
41
89
126,638
64,280
58,849
3,443
118
828
21
849
485
536
88,809
44,979
41,124
2,869
142
242
14
256
186
402
53,252,966 27,270,813 20,097,481 5,823,151 121,622 380,054 11,332 391,386 439,332 397,841
281,421,906 143,368,343 107,687,432 18,193,005 1,241,974 5,294,257 196,206 5,490,463 7,349,859 3,405,610
188
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HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
2000 BRIDGE POPULATION
FEMALES by
ETHNICITY
FEMALES by RACE
FIPS
Code
01
County Name
TOTAL
ALABAMA
Females
All Races
Black/
African
American
White
American
Indian/
Alaskan
Native
Asian/
Pacific
Islander
Hispanic
/Latino
NonHispanic
4,447,100
2,300,596
1,643,179
625,980
12,646
18,791
32,710
01001
Autauga, AL
43,671
22,450
18,105
4,063
116
166
278
2,267,886
22,172
01003
Baldwin, AL
140,415
71,567
63,206
7,519
445
397
1,121
70,446
01005
Barbour, AL
29,038
14,068
7,270
6,701
46
51
149
13,919
01007
Bibb, AL
20,826
10,081
7,994
2,049
27
11
86
9,995
01009
Blount, AL
51,024
25,548
25,007
339
131
71
1,111
24,437
01011
Bullock, AL
11,714
5,574
1,282
4,269
9
14
103
5,471
01013
Butler, AL
21,399
11,380
6,547
4,789
25
19
69
11,311
01015
Calhoun, AL
112,249
58,547
46,404
11,428
235
480
785
57,762
01017
Chambers, AL
36,583
19,298
11,622
7,610
24
42
138
19,160
01019
Cherokee, AL
23,988
12,194
11,425
709
37
23
97
12,097
01021
Chilton, AL
39,593
20,012
17,688
2,215
56
53
416
19,596
01023
Choctaw, AL
15,922
8,433
4,567
3,851
11
4
60
8,373
01025
Clarke, AL
27,867
14,687
8,111
6,521
31
24
104
14,583
01027
Clay, AL
14,254
7,302
6,086
1,182
22
12
93
7,209
01029
Cleburne, AL
14,123
7,086
6,771
277
21
17
75
7,011
01031
Coffee, AL
43,615
22,312
17,482
4,269
226
335
539
21,773
01033
Colbert, AL
54,984
28,673
23,409
5,070
112
82
292
28,381
01035
Conecuh, AL
14,089
7,422
4,011
3,377
21
13
51
7,371
01037
Coosa, AL
12,202
5,970
3,871
2,070
22
7
40
5,930
19,490
01039
Covington, AL
37,631
19,639
16,937
2,561
100
41
149
01041
Crenshaw, AL
13,665
7,201
5,279
1,885
27
10
40
7,161
01043
Cullman, AL
77,483
39,269
38,602
364
181
122
646
38,623
01045
Dale, AL
49,129
24,773
18,682
5,458
164
469
801
23,972
01047
Dallas, AL
46,365
25,273
8,711
16,441
31
90
146
25,127
01049
DeKalb, AL
64,452
32,944
31,897
620
327
100
1,492
31,452
01051
Elmore, AL
65,874
32,532
25,856
6,344
163
169
377
32,155
01053
Escambia, AL
38,440
18,965
12,658
5,612
636
59
181
18,784
01055
Etowah, AL
103,459
53,953
45,083
8,423
208
239
733
53,220
01057
Fayette, AL
18,495
9,560
8,309
1,207
18
26
75
9,485
01059
Franklin, AL
31,223
15,894
15,072
723
52
47
862
15,032
01061
Geneva, AL
25,764
13,235
11,620
1,490
97
28
176
13,059
01063
Greene, AL
9,974
5,293
954
4,327
6
6
31
5,262
01065
Hale, AL
17,185
9,075
3,515
5,523
18
19
80
8,995
01067
Henry, AL
16,310
8,556
5,617
2,913
17
9
118
8,438
01069
Houston, AL
88,787
46,617
34,131
11,981
187
318
530
46,087
01071
Jackson, AL
53,926
27,645
25,909
1,077
584
75
282
27,363
01073
Jefferson, AL
662,047
349,958
202,887
142,896
827
3,348
4,162
345,796
01075
Lamar, AL
15,904
8,224
7,154
1,049
13
8
86
8,138
01077
Lauderdale, AL
87,966
45,885
40,766
4,799
140
180
402
45,483
01079
Lawrence, AL
17,557
01081
Lee, AL
01083
34,803
17,737
14,120
2,517
1,076
24
180
115,092
58,462
43,115
14,174
153
1,020
754
57,708
Limestone, AL
65,676
32,342
28,067
3,964
165
146
691
31,651
01085
Lowndes, AL
13,473
7,171
1,756
5,386
13
16
34
7,137
01087
Macon, AL
24,105
13,030
1,646
11,318
30
36
95
12,935
01089
Madison, AL
276,700
141,681
103,216
34,110
1,240
3,115
2,440
139,241
189
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HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
2000 BRIDGE POPULATION
FIPS
Code
County Name
TOTAL
Females
All Races
FEMALES by RACE
American
Indian/
Black/
African
Alaskan
Native
White
American
FEMALES by
ETHNICITY
Asian/
Pacific
Islander
Hispanic
/Latino
NonHispanic
01091
Marengo, AL
22,539
11,970
5,469
6,463
12
26
108
11,862
01093
Marion, AL
31,214
15,763
15,220
466
41
36
164
15,599
01095
Marshall, AL
01097
Mobile, AL
82,231
42,220
41,148
654
252
166
1,912
40,308
399,843
208,799
131,197
73,193
1,480
2,929
2,353
206,446
01099
Monroe, AL
24,324
12,748
7,297
5,274
131
46
99
12,649
01101
Montgomery, AL
223,510
117,151
56,769
58,707
284
1,391
1,194
115,957
01103
Morgan, AL
111,064
56,613
49,182
6,677
424
330
1,520
55,093
01105
Perry, AL
11,861
6,451
1,932
4,510
6
3
52
6,399
01107
Pickens, AL
20,949
11,140
6,088
5,012
15
25
75
11,065
01109
Pike, AL
29,605
15,620
9,440
6,013
113
54
181
15,439
01111
Randolph, AL
22,380
11,570
8,899
2,621
23
27
128
11,442
01113
Russell, AL
49,756
26,052
14,688
11,095
115
154
349
25,703
01115
St. Clair, AL
64,742
32,090
29,502
2,366
136
86
297
31,793
01117
Shelby, AL
143,293
73,036
66,214
5,702
283
837
1,179
71,857
01119
Sumter, AL
14,798
8,003
1,995
5,985
10
13
83
7,920
01121
Talladega, AL
80,321
41,036
27,736
13,097
96
107
266
40,770
01123
Tallapoosa, AL
41,475
21,771
15,832
5,815
65
59
106
21,665
01125
Tuscaloosa, AL
164,875
85,503
57,699
26,779
213
812
921
84,582
01127
Walker, AL
70,713
36,596
34,072
2,337
92
95
278
36,318
01129
Washington, AL
18,097
9,228
5,965
2,550
697
16
77
9,151
01131
Wilcox, AL
13,183
7,041
1,882
5,139
9
11
62
6,979
01133
Winston, AL
24,843
12,677
12,536
55
59
27
136
12,541
15,982,378
8,184,663
6,705,029
1,280,913
31,803
166,918
1,342,606
6,842,057
217,955
111,550
84,100
22,967
347
4,136
6,315
105,235
22,259
10,571
9,193
1,281
40
57
110
10,461
148,217
74,811
63,952
8,378
639
1,842
1,721
73,090
26,088
11,492
9,552
1,798
43
99
192
11,300
12
FLORIDA
12001
Alachua, FL
12003
Baker, FL
12005
Bay, FL
12007
Bradford, FL
12009
Brevard, FL
476,230
243,044
215,255
21,853
997
4,939
11,138
231,906
12011
Broward, FL
1,623,018
839,786
624,767
190,125
2,361
22,533
138,456
701,330
12013
Calhoun, FL
13,017
5,993
5,162
698
93
40
117
5,876
12015
Charlotte, FL
141,627
73,979
69,614
3,392
155
818
2,352
71,627
12017
Citrus, FL
118,085
61,394
59,053
1,512
238
591
1,640
59,754
12019
Clay, FL
140,814
71,479
64,022
5,201
375
1,881
3,072
68,407
12021
Collier, FL
251,377
125,521
117,075
6,884
449
1,113
20,937
104,584
12023
Columbia, FL
56,513
27,857
22,837
4,618
159
243
665
27,192
12027
DeSoto, FL
32,209
14,106
12,168
1,718
143
77
2,235
11,871
12029
Dixie, FL
13,827
6,463
5,968
436
33
26
74
6,389
12031
Duval, FL
778,879
401,098
268,371
118,521
1,493
12,713
15,817
385,281
12033
Escambia, FL
294,410
148,227
108,882
33,630
1,488
4,227
3,477
144,750
12035
Flagler, FL
49,832
25,945
22,999
2,518
75
353
1,355
24,590
12037
Franklin, FL
11,057
4,815
4,252
523
20
20
56
4,759
12039
Gadsden, FL
45,087
23,639
9,427
14,056
73
83
1,190
22,449
12041
Gilchrist, FL
14,437
6,794
6,493
264
23
14
132
6,662
12043
Glades, FL
10,576
4,775
4,082
390
281
22
596
4,179
12045
Gulf, FL
13,332
6,213
5,256
884
39
34
56
6,157
12047
Hamilton, FL
13,327
5,670
3,518
2,114
19
19
240
5,430
190
Quality
.
Resource
.
Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
2000 BRIDGE POPULATION
FEMALES by
ETHNICITY
FEMALES by RACE
FIPS
Code
County Name
TOTAL
Females
All Races
Black/
African
American
White
American
Indian/
Alaskan
Native
Asian/
Pacific
Islander
Hispanic
/Latino
NonHispanic
12049
Hardee, FL
26,938
12,293
11,276
846
101
70
4,052
8,241
12051
Hendry, FL
36,210
16,090
13,306
2,517
163
104
5,542
10,548
12053
Hernando, FL
130,802
68,672
64,719
3,111
240
602
3,370
65,302
12055
Highlands, FL
87,366
44,766
39,583
4,412
210
561
4,372
40,394
12057
Hillsborough, FL
998,948
510,176
411,310
82,696
2,480
13,690
89,361
420,815
12059
Holmes, FL
18,564
8,718
8,352
230
83
53
115
8,603
12061
Indian River, FL
112,947
58,314
52,660
4,948
193
513
3,191
55,123
21,826
12063
Jackson, FL
46,755
22,222
16,270
5,685
155
112
396
12065
Jefferson, FL
12,902
6,321
3,809
2,461
26
25
93
6,228
12067
Lafayette, FL
7,022
2,822
2,619
186
14
3
159
2,663
12069
Lake, FL
210,528
108,662
97,698
9,423
414
1,127
5,597
103,065
12071
Lee, FL
440,888
225,384
206,083
16,246
756
2,299
18,910
206,474
12073
Leon, FL
239,452
125,318
83,569
38,752
376
2,621
4,270
121,048
12075
Levy, FL
34,450
17,760
15,429
2,139
92
100
655
17,105
12077
Liberty, FL
7,021
2,867
2,479
329
55
4
70
2,797
12079
Madison, FL
18,733
9,023
5,291
3,678
20
34
167
8,856
12081
Manatee, FL
264,002
136,453
122,705
11,783
424
1,541
10,891
125,562
12083
Marion, FL
258,916
133,971
115,808
16,259
657
1,247
7,610
126,361
12085
Martin, FL
12086
Miami-Dade, FL
12087
Monroe, FL
79,589
37,210
34,696
1,903
12089
Nassau, FL
57,663
29,220
26,533
2,376
12091
Okaloosa, FL
12093
Okeechobee, FL
12095
Orange, FL
12097
Osceola, FL
12099
Palm Beach, FL
12101
Pasco, FL
12103
Pinellas, FL
12105
Polk, FL
12107
Putnam, FL
12109
12111
126,731
64,539
60,548
3,217
226
548
4,097
60,442
2,253,362
1,164,467
885,326
255,712
3,087
20,342
670,465
494,002
181
430
5,781
31,429
117
194
419
28,801
80,904
170,498
84,338
72,460
7,757
589
3,532
3,434
35,910
16,665
15,393
996
119
157
2,495
14,170
896,344
452,628
341,643
91,032
1,949
18,004
84,464
368,164
172,493
87,471
76,796
7,698
491
2,486
25,638
61,833
1,131,184
584,445
485,662
86,760
1,497
10,526
67,753
516,692
344,765
179,348
172,564
3,885
738
2,161
9,513
169,835
921,482
482,523
424,181
45,442
1,668
11,232
20,967
461,556
483,924
246,558
207,719
34,921
1,047
2,871
20,690
225,868
70,423
35,632
28,792
6,448
169
223
1,924
33,708
St. Johns, FL
123,135
63,321
58,124
4,278
163
756
1,610
61,711
St. Lucie, FL
192,695
98,576
80,888
16,213
261
1,214
7,156
91,420
12113
Santa Rosa, FL
117,743
58,684
54,553
2,250
657
1,224
1,426
57,258
12115
Sarasota, FL
325,957
171,539
161,885
7,598
413
1,643
6,717
164,822
12117
Seminole, FL
365,196
186,420
160,878
19,341
684
5,517
20,825
165,595
12119
Sumter, FL
53,345
25,033
21,910
2,847
126
150
878
24,155
12121
Suwannee, FL
34,844
17,832
15,307
2,341
80
104
593
17,239
12123
Taylor, FL
19,256
9,423
7,565
1,701
106
51
107
9,316
12125
Union, FL
13,442
4,749
3,978
729
24
18
83
4,666
12127
Volusia, FL
443,343
227,982
202,061
22,406
798
2,717
14,094
213,888
12129
Wakulla, FL
22,863
11,027
9,760
1,164
70
33
183
10,844
12131
Walton, FL
40,601
19,789
18,157
1,174
316
142
361
19,428
12133
Washington, FL
20,973
10,190
8,686
1,262
185
57
169
10,021
8,186,453
4,159,340
2,784,676
1,264,801
12,431
97,432
176,943
3,982,397
17,419
8,838
6,932
1,851
15
40
251
8,587
13
13001
GEORGIA
Appling, GA
191
Quality
.
Resource
.
Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
2000 BRIDGE POPULATION
FEMALES by
ETHNICITY
FEMALES by RACE
Females
All Races
Black/
African
American
American
Indian/
Alaskan
Native
Asian/
Pacific
Islander
Hispanic/
Latino
NonHispanic
FIPS
Code
County Name
13003
Atkinson, GA
13005
Bacon, GA
13007
Baker, GA
4,074
13009
Baldwin, GA
44,700
13011
Banks, GA
14,422
7,139
6,820
236
23
60
195
6,944
13013
Barrow, GA
46,144
23,205
20,164
2,412
82
547
598
22,607
37,438
TOTAL
White
7,609
3,842
2,974
833
22
13
565
3,277
10,103
5,151
4,258
866
6
21
113
5,038
2,188
1,033
1,149
5
1
57
2,131
20,568
11,431
8,820
55
262
260
20,308
13015
Bartow, GA
76,019
38,459
34,554
3,527
130
248
1,021
13017
Ben Hill, GA
17,484
9,115
5,897
3,172
19
27
303
8,812
13019
Berrien, GA
16,235
8,260
7,188
1,014
23
35
150
8,110
82,123
13021
Bibb, GA
153,887
83,087
41,523
40,407
169
988
964
13023
Bleckley, GA
11,666
6,046
4,447
1,536
7
56
41
6,005
13025
Brantley, GA
14,629
7,286
6,949
312
12
13
62
7,224
13027
Brooks, GA
16,450
8,558
5,011
3,493
21
33
159
8,399
13029
Bryan, GA
23,417
11,814
9,853
1,771
47
143
224
11,590
13031
Bulloch, GA
55,983
28,728
19,631
8,800
34
263
401
28,327
13033
Burke, GA
22,243
11,687
5,374
6,243
32
38
132
11,555
13035
Butts, GA
19,522
9,119
6,447
2,608
31
33
114
9,005
13037
Calhoun, GA
6,320
2,747
1,083
1,651
8
5
33
2,714
13039
Camden, GA
43,664
21,098
16,022
4,629
117
330
724
20,374
13043
Candler, GA
9,577
4,773
3,383
1,360
14
16
290
4,483
13045
Carroll, GA
87,268
44,736
36,547
7,731
136
322
889
43,847
27,211
13047
Catoosa, GA
53,282
27,499
26,809
370
101
219
288
13049
Charlton, GA
10,282
4,842
3,467
1,327
26
22
35
4,807
13051
Chatham, GA
232,048
120,258
66,652
50,918
309
2,379
2,349
117,909
13053
Chattahoochee, GA
14,882
5,477
3,209
2,068
47
153
560
4,917
13055
Chattooga, GA
25,470
12,331
11,256
1,032
10
33
165
12,166
13057
Cherokee, GA
141,903
70,691
67,744
1,880
304
763
2,997
67,694
13059
Clarke, GA
101,489
51,957
34,907
15,171
112
1,767
2,697
49,260
13061
Clay, GA
3,357
1,831
683
1,140
1
7
19
1,812
13063
Clayton, GA
236,517
121,625
48,659
66,746
463
5,757
7,158
114,467
13065
Clinch, GA
6,878
3,458
2,432
1,006
17
3
26
3,432
13067
Cobb, GA
607,751
306,243
232,502
62,349
961
10,431
19,488
286,755
13069
Coffee, GA
37,413
18,839
13,694
4,973
59
113
1,001
17,838
13071
Colquitt, GA
42,053
21,225
15,689
5,362
74
100
1,623
19,602
13073
Columbia, GA
89,288
45,658
38,204
5,447
147
1,860
1,125
44,533
13075
Cook, GA
15,771
8,208
5,614
2,533
15
46
180
8,028
13077
Coweta, GA
89,215
45,053
35,919
8,619
115
400
1,051
44,002
13079
Crawford, GA
12,495
6,233
4,609
1,587
19
18
83
6,150
13081
Crisp, GA
21,996
11,655
6,272
5,277
22
84
130
11,525
13083
Dade, GA
15,154
7,733
7,600
62
30
41
62
7,671
13085
Dawson, GA
15,999
7,965
7,865
37
31
32
109
7,856
13087
Decatur, GA
28,240
14,787
8,547
6,141
43
56
374
14,413
13089
DeKalb, GA
665,865
343,085
130,939
196,920
939
14,287
19,857
323,228
13091
Dodge, GA
19,171
9,349
6,676
2,630
19
24
88
9,261
13093
Dooly, GA
11,525
5,500
2,692
2,773
7
28
211
5,289
13095
Dougherty, GA
96,065
51,265
19,126
31,721
105
313
590
50,675
192
Quality
.
Resource
.
Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
2000 BRIDGE POPULATION
FEMALES by
ETHNICITY
FEMALES by RACE
FIPS
Code
County Name
TOTAL
Females
All Races
Black/
African
American
White
American
Indian/
Alaskan
Native
Asian/
Pacific
Islander
Hispanic/
Latino
NonHispanic
13097
Douglas, GA
92,174
46,912
36,947
9,108
204
653
1,207
13099
Early, GA
12,354
6,602
3,296
3,272
15
19
77
45,705
6,525
13101
Echols, GA
3,754
1,737
1,574
141
19
3
220
1,517
13103
Effingham, GA
37,535
18,889
16,081
2,622
62
124
259
18,630
13105
Elbert, GA
20,511
10,672
7,133
3,481
20
38
150
10,522
13107
Emanuel, GA
21,837
11,328
7,310
3,974
12
32
207
11,121
13109
Evans, GA
10,495
5,393
3,471
1,886
9
27
251
5,142
13111
Fannin, GA
19,798
10,232
10,159
10
37
26
57
10,175
13113
Fayette, GA
91,263
46,605
39,624
5,576
115
1,290
1,304
45,301
13115
Floyd, GA
90,565
46,742
39,542
6,548
152
500
1,932
44,810
13117
Forsyth, GA
98,407
48,557
47,623
308
154
472
2,101
46,456
13119
Franklin, GA
20,285
10,451
9,404
995
23
29
69
10,382
13121
Fulton, GA
816,006
414,280
203,938
196,420
921
13,001
19,084
395,196
13123
Gilmer, GA
23,456
11,554
11,391
37
79
47
639
10,915
13125
Glascock, GA
2,556
1,328
1,208
113
4
3
6
1,322
13127
Glynn, GA
67,568
35,246
25,135
9,741
100
270
834
34,412
13129
Gordon, GA
44,104
22,162
21,074
864
65
159
1,212
20,950
13131
Grady, GA
23,659
12,414
8,230
4,009
131
44
466
11,948
13133
Greene, GA
14,406
7,506
3,963
3,500
22
21
172
7,334
13135
Gwinnett, GA
588,448
291,699
226,209
41,864
990
22,636
26,718
264,981
13137
Habersham, GA
13139
Hall, GA
13141
35,902
17,470
16,610
435
71
354
1,066
16,404
139,277
68,393
61,570
5,455
274
1,094
11,096
57,297
Hancock, GA
10,076
4,696
915
3,770
4
7
10
4,686
13143
Haralson, GA
25,690
13,159
12,345
745
28
41
65
13,094
13145
Harris, GA
23,695
11,994
9,435
2,429
43
87
121
11,873
13147
Hart, GA
22,997
11,671
9,289
2,286
19
77
78
11,593
13149
Heard, GA
11,012
5,604
4,926
649
14
15
57
5,547
13151
Henry, GA
119,341
60,473
49,742
9,273
165
1,293
1,280
59,193
13153
Houston, GA
110,765
56,258
39,930
14,853
225
1,250
1,572
54,686
13155
Irwin, GA
9,931
5,051
3,684
1,342
4
21
71
4,980
13157
Jackson, GA
41,589
20,758
18,898
1,615
37
208
525
20,233
13159
Jasper, GA
11,426
5,824
4,117
1,683
14
10
86
5,738
13161
Jeff Davis, GA
12,684
6,456
5,396
1,027
13
20
240
6,216
13163
Jefferson, GA
17,266
9,139
3,798
5,310
8
23
82
9,057
13165
Jenkins, GA
8,575
4,466
2,503
1,937
14
12
111
4,355
13167
Johnson, GA
8,560
4,342
2,752
1,581
5
4
36
4,306
13169
Jones, GA
23,639
12,098
9,017
2,985
24
72
88
12,010
13171
Lamar, GA
15,912
8,293
5,562
2,675
23
33
82
8,211
13173
Lanier, GA
7,241
3,572
2,626
903
24
19
46
3,526
13175
Laurens, GA
44,874
23,302
14,622
8,425
49
206
239
23,063
13177
Lee, GA
24,757
12,251
10,306
1,805
28
112
121
12,130
13179
Liberty, GA
61,610
29,164
14,395
13,660
196
913
2,339
26,825
13181
Lincoln, GA
8,348
4,284
2,737
1,524
15
8
33
4,251
13183
Long, GA
10,304
5,098
3,645
1,349
33
71
379
4,719
13185
Lowndes, GA
92,115
46,304
28,838
16,498
202
766
1,058
45,246
13187
Lumpkin, GA
21,016
10,707
10,391
151
112
53
314
10,393
193
Quality
.
Resource
.
Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
2000 BRIDGE POPULATION
FEMALES by
ETHNICITY
FEMALES by RACE
FIPS
Code
County Name
TOTAL
Females
All Races
Black/
African
American
White
American
Indian/
Alaskan
Native
Asian/
Pacific
Islander
Hispanic/
Latino
NonHispanic
13189
McDuffie, GA
21,231
11,211
6,755
4,390
20
46
137
11,074
13191
McIntosh, GA
10,847
5,478
3,298
2,130
25
25
42
5,436
13193
Macon, GA
14,074
7,090
2,661
4,373
15
41
128
6,962
13195
Madison, GA
25,730
13,088
11,833
1,164
29
62
240
12,848
13197
Marion, GA
13199
Meriwether, GA
7,144
3,626
2,271
1,329
14
12
125
3,501
22,534
11,771
6,584
5,114
40
33
87
11,684
13201
Miller, GA
6,383
3,375
2,352
1,009
8
6
21
3,354
13205
Mitchell, GA
23,932
11,762
6,022
5,667
30
43
181
11,581
13207
Monroe, GA
21,757
10,912
7,722
3,102
36
52
120
10,792
13209
Montgomery, GA
8,270
4,033
2,997
1,025
2
9
113
3,920
13211
Morgan, GA
15,457
7,970
5,502
2,426
16
26
108
7,862
13213
Murray, GA
17,390
13215
Muscogee, GA
13217
36,506
18,264
17,989
140
62
73
874
186,291
95,674
48,960
44,417
323
1,974
3,573
92,101
Newton, GA
62,001
31,847
24,074
7,437
74
262
535
31,312
13219
Oconee, GA
26,225
13,301
12,176
889
24
212
373
12,928
13221
Oglethorpe, GA
12,635
6,498
5,125
1,336
11
26
90
6,408
13223
Paulding, GA
81,678
40,805
37,409
3,009
138
249
692
40,113
13225
Peach, GA
23,668
12,224
6,307
5,814
45
58
384
11,840
13227
Pickens, GA
22,983
11,738
11,495
157
49
37
190
11,548
13229
Pierce, GA
15,636
7,943
6,950
947
21
25
125
7,818
13231
Pike, GA
13,688
6,838
5,760
1,032
14
32
79
6,759
13233
Polk, GA
38,127
19,144
16,310
2,711
46
77
1,078
18,066
13235
Pulaski, GA
9,588
5,507
3,346
2,123
16
22
104
5,403
13237
Putnam, GA
18,812
9,548
6,447
3,005
25
71
158
9,390
13239
Quitman, GA
2,598
1,375
710
661
4
0
7
1,368
13241
Rabun, GA
15,050
7,623
7,484
74
34
31
237
7,386
13243
Randolph, GA
7,791
4,190
1,590
2,573
15
12
36
4,154
13245
Richmond, GA
199,775
103,400
47,109
53,876
320
2,095
2,612
100,788
13247
Rockdale, GA
70,111
35,266
27,571
6,861
99
735
1,532
33,734
13249
Schley, GA
3,766
1,963
1,302
648
7
6
41
1,922
13251
Screven, GA
15,374
8,031
4,237
3,752
15
27
84
7,947
13253
Seminole, GA
9,369
4,905
3,113
1,778
7
7
132
4,773
13255
Spalding, GA
58,417
30,235
20,043
9,882
64
246
400
29,835
13257
Stephens, GA
25,435
13,221
11,418
1,683
36
84
116
13,105
13259
Stewart, GA
5,252
2,742
1,010
1,717
9
6
36
2,706
13261
Sumter, GA
33,200
17,645
8,548
8,929
56
112
374
17,271
13263
Talbot, GA
6,498
3,466
1,235
2,214
7
10
40
3,426
13265
Taliaferro, GA
2,077
1,075
431
642
0
2
9
1,066
13267
Tattnall, GA
22,305
9,447
7,052
2,328
19
48
686
8,761
13269
Taylor, GA
8,815
4,511
2,477
2,023
4
7
44
4,467
13271
Telfair, GA
11,794
5,591
3,631
1,951
1
8
68
5,523
13273
Terrell, GA
10,970
5,826
2,174
3,619
12
21
62
5,764
13275
Thomas, GA
42,737
22,620
13,349
9,093
70
108
332
22,288
13277
Tift, GA
38,407
19,743
13,575
5,914
38
216
1,072
18,671
13279
Toombs, GA
26,067
13,624
9,993
3,527
31
73
880
12,744
13281
Towns, GA
9,319
4,908
4,874
5
10
19
24
4,884
194
Quality
.
Resource
.
Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
2000 BRIDGE POPULATION
FEMALES by
ETHNICITY
FEMALES by RACE
FIPS
Code
County Name
13283
Treutlen, GA
13285
Troup, GA
13287
Turner, GA
9,504
13289
Twiggs, GA
10,590
13291
Union, GA
17,289
13293
Upson, GA
13295
13297
13299
Ware, GA
13301
Warren, GA
13303
TOTAL
Females
All Races
Black/
African
American
White
American
Indian/
Alaskan
Native
Asian/
Pacific
Islander
Hispanic
/Latino
NonHispanic
6,854
3,450
2,312
1,127
2
9
24
3,426
58,779
30,769
20,354
10,153
66
196
392
30,377
4,934
2,803
2,105
9
17
75
4,859
5,520
2,982
2,514
12
12
55
5,465
8,792
8,722
20
23
27
60
8,732
27,597
14,492
10,148
4,229
43
72
147
14,345
Walker, GA
61,053
31,412
30,036
1,152
102
122
260
31,152
Walton, GA
60,687
31,131
25,974
4,813
94
250
530
30,601
35,483
17,953
12,933
4,888
34
98
293
17,660
6,336
3,399
1,320
2,064
7
8
27
3,372
Washington, GA
21,176
11,668
5,196
6,408
22
42
64
11,604
13305
Wayne, GA
26,565
12,749
10,239
2,418
25
67
315
12,434
13307
Webster, GA
2,390
1,189
614
574
1
0
22
1,167
13309
Wheeler, GA
6,179
2,709
1,904
795
4
6
71
2,638
13311
White, GA
19,944
10,064
9,738
226
42
58
115
9,949
13313
Whitfield, GA
83,525
41,491
39,057
1,820
175
439
7,881
33,610
13315
Wilcox, GA
8,577
3,835
2,551
1,270
3
11
47
3,788
13317
Wilkes, GA
10,687
5,581
3,043
2,507
14
17
57
5,524
13319
Wilkinson, GA
10,220
5,361
3,085
2,262
10
4
45
5,316
13321
Worth, GA
21,967
11,440
7,746
3,616
40
38
110
11,330
4,041,769
2,066,401
1,886,416
157,739
4,639
17,607
24,430
2,041,971
21001
21
Adair, KY
KENTUCKY
17,244
8,889
8,605
242
19
23
57
8,832
21003
Allen, KY
17,800
9,084
8,926
124
18
16
66
9,018
21005
Anderson, KY
19,111
9,771
9,461
279
13
18
75
9,696
21007
Ballard, KY
8,286
4,195
4,063
119
2
11
31
4,164
21009
Barren, KY
38,033
19,735
18,784
841
30
80
157
19,578
21011
Bath, KY
11,085
5,609
5,470
119
17
3
28
5,581
21013
Bell, KY
30,060
15,690
15,193
389
41
67
105
15,585
42,715
21015
Boone, KY
85,991
43,492
42,063
662
124
643
777
21017
Bourbon, KY
19,360
9,948
9,163
749
13
23
149
9,799
21019
Boyd, KY
49,752
25,389
24,920
349
36
84
115
25,274
21021
Boyle, KY
27,697
13,966
12,665
1,179
28
94
171
13,795
21023
Bracken, KY
8,279
4,182
4,144
18
14
6
18
4,164
21025
Breathitt, KY
16,100
8,156
8,099
23
6
28
45
8,111
21027
Breckinridge, KY
18,648
9,390
9,067
292
20
11
77
9,313
21029
Bullitt, KY
61,236
30,782
30,409
136
123
114
184
30,598
21031
Butler, KY
13,010
6,538
6,494
22
12
10
45
6,493
21033
Caldwell, KY
13,060
6,782
6,422
333
9
18
45
6,737
21035
Calloway, KY
34,177
17,689
16,797
622
33
237
207
17,482
21037
Campbell, KY
88,616
45,870
44,761
725
94
290
347
45,523
21039
Carlisle, KY
5,351
2,741
2,700
28
11
2
24
2,717
21041
Carroll, KY
10,155
5,048
4,935
91
12
10
116
4,932
13,646
21043
Carter, KY
26,889
13,726
13,656
12
38
20
80
21045
Casey, KY
15,447
7,897
7,842
28
16
11
69
7,828
21047
Christian, KY
72,265
34,971
25,258
8,979
200
534
1,416
33,555
21049
Clark, KY
33,144
17,119
16,153
889
34
43
124
16,995
195
Quality
.
Resource
.
Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
2000 BRIDGE POPULATION
FEMALES by
ETHNICITY
FEMALES by RACE
FIPS
Code
County Name
TOTAL
Females
All
Races
White
Black/
African
American
American
Indian/
Alaskan
Native
Asian/
Pacific
Islander
Hispanic/
Latino
NonHispanic
21051
Clay, KY
24,556
11,598
11,384
186
18
10
74
21053
Clinton, KY
9,634
4,994
4,978
5
7
4
40
11,524
4,954
21055
Crittenden, KY
9,384
4,842
4,786
41
9
6
29
4,813
21057
Cumberland, KY
7,147
3,708
3,550
142
8
8
18
3,690
21059
Daviess, KY
91,545
47,524
45,055
2,163
60
246
370
47,154
21061
Edmonson, KY
11,644
5,897
5,845
18
29
5
36
5,861
21063
Elliott, KY
6,748
3,457
3,451
1
4
1
23
3,434
21065
Estill, KY
15,307
7,897
7,868
9
17
3
41
7,856
21067
Fayette, KY
260,512
132,607
109,941
19,004
285
3,377
2,969
129,638
21069
Fleming, KY
13,792
7,038
6,903
115
7
13
46
6,992
21071
Floyd, KY
42,441
21,578
21,369
115
21
73
123
21,455
21073
Franklin, KY
47,687
24,621
22,068
2,321
32
200
242
24,379
21075
Fulton, KY
7,752
4,131
3,103
1,010
4
14
27
4,104
21077
Gallatin, KY
7,870
3,956
3,877
60
11
8
26
3,930
21079
Garrard, KY
14,792
7,518
7,261
244
8
5
71
7,447
21081
Grant, KY
22,384
11,354
11,248
23
30
53
111
11,243
21083
Graves, KY
37,028
18,987
17,996
895
46
50
342
18,645
12,055
21085
Grayson, KY
24,053
12,143
12,044
51
20
28
88
21087
Green, KY
11,518
5,849
5,687
146
6
10
52
5,797
21089
Greenup, KY
36,891
19,133
18,913
110
37
73
110
19,023
21091
Hancock, KY
21093
Hardin, KY
8,392
4,250
4,193
35
12
10
29
4,221
94,174
46,617
39,505
5,584
221
1,307
1,374
45,243
21095
Harlan, KY
33,202
17,314
16,670
504
82
58
121
17,193
21097
Harrison, KY
17,983
9,222
8,912
256
32
22
83
9,139
21099
Hart, KY
17,445
8,858
8,290
535
21
12
59
8,799
21101
Henderson, KY
44,829
23,158
21,341
1,683
37
97
205
22,953
21103
Henry, KY
15,060
7,558
7,241
265
18
34
123
7,435
21105
Hickman, KY
5,262
2,751
2,450
294
5
2
24
2,727
24,176
21107
Hopkins, KY
46,519
24,353
22,586
1,622
42
103
177
21109
Jackson, KY
13,495
6,841
6,818
6
14
3
31
6,810
21111
Jefferson, KY
693,604
362,005
283,308
72,386
871
5,440
5,291
356,714
21113
Jessamine, KY
39,041
19,856
19,014
670
38
134
198
19,658
21115
Johnson, KY
23,445
12,142
12,074
21
17
30
63
12,079
21117
Kenton, KY
151,464
77,181
73,377
3,108
123
573
767
76,414
21119
Knott, KY
17,649
8,947
8,842
71
13
21
54
8,893
21121
Knox, KY
31,795
16,485
16,265
150
38
32
101
16,384
21123
Larue, KY
13,373
6,844
6,557
254
14
19
59
6,785
21125
Laurel, KY
52,715
26,950
26,534
196
116
104
142
26,808
21127
Lawrence, KY
15,569
7,890
7,852
8
21
9
30
7,860
21129
Lee, KY
7,916
3,780
3,745
20
11
4
16
3,764
21131
Leslie, KY
12,401
6,357
6,333
8
6
10
39
6,318
21133
Letcher, KY
25,277
12,911
12,779
76
15
41
52
12,859
21135
Lewis, KY
14,092
7,083
7,056
11
13
3
29
7,054
21137
Lincoln, KY
23,361
11,898
11,525
336
20
17
80
11,818
21139
Livingston, KY
21141
Logan, KY
9,804
4,957
4,930
6
18
3
39
4,918
26,573
13,760
12,596
1,106
28
30
111
13,649
196
Quality
.
Resource
.
Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
2000 BRIDGE POPULATION
FEMALES by
ETHNICITY
FEMALES by RACE
FIPS
Code
County Name
TOTAL
Females
All Races
Black/
African
American
White
American
Indian/
Alaskan
Native
Asian/
Pacific
Islander
Hispanic/
Latino
NonHispanic
21143
Lyon, KY
8,080
3,461
3,378
65
11
7
14
3,447
21145
McCracken, KY
65,514
34,392
30,163
3,942
78
209
326
34,066
21147
McCreary, KY
17,080
8,674
8,601
29
41
3
36
8,638
21149
McLean, KY
9,938
5,061
5,030
20
7
4
36
5,025
21151
Madison, KY
70,872
36,664
34,548
1,702
103
311
295
36,369
21153
Magoffin, KY
13,332
6,760
6,731
5
16
8
27
6,733
21155
Marion, KY
18,212
9,002
8,222
731
6
43
59
8,943
21157
Marshall, KY
30,125
15,365
15,299
12
25
29
101
15,264
21159
Martin, KY
12,578
6,353
6,342
0
2
9
36
6,317
21161
Mason, KY
16,800
8,675
7,959
666
12
38
60
8,615
21163
Meade, KY
26,349
13,149
12,368
571
79
131
280
12,869
21165
Menifee, KY
6,556
3,249
3,213
29
4
3
34
3,215
21167
Mercer, KY
20,817
10,728
10,230
428
21
49
97
10,631
21169
Metcalfe, KY
10,037
5,142
5,035
91
11
5
26
5,116
21171
Monroe, KY
11,756
6,053
5,863
179
9
2
42
6,011
11,479
21173
Montgomery, KY
22,554
11,589
11,089
464
19
17
110
21175
Morgan, KY
13,948
6,247
6,228
7
4
8
22
6,225
21177
Muhlenberg, KY
31,839
16,082
15,410
621
24
27
96
15,986
21179
Nelson, KY
37,477
19,054
17,802
1,123
23
106
169
18,885
21181
Nicholas, KY
6,813
3,517
3,477
27
7
6
14
3,503
21183
Ohio, KY
22,916
11,659
11,512
95
20
32
93
11,566
21,316
21185
Oldham, KY
46,178
21,583
20,912
496
46
129
267
21187
Owen, KY
10,547
5,261
5,173
57
12
19
37
5,224
21189
Owsley, KY
4,858
2,407
2,399
4
2
2
18
2,389
21191
Pendleton, KY
14,390
7,184
7,130
27
18
9
38
7,146
21193
Perry, KY
29,390
15,100
14,767
245
7
81
83
15,017
21195
Pike, KY
68,736
35,164
34,797
169
39
159
229
34,935
21197
Powell, KY
13,237
6,640
6,597
34
7
2
40
6,600
21199
Pulaski, KY
56,217
28,735
28,227
316
68
124
184
28,551
21201
Robertson, KY
2,266
1,163
1,157
1
1
4
8
1,155
21203
Rockcastle, KY
16,582
8,381
8,339
8
22
12
51
8,330
21205
Rowan, KY
22,094
11,351
11,050
167
18
116
92
11,259
21207
Russell, KY
16,315
8,412
8,336
48
11
17
56
8,356
21209
Scott, KY
33,061
16,882
15,799
946
39
98
183
16,699
21211
Shelby, KY
33,337
17,105
15,283
1,690
43
89
447
16,658
21213
Simpson, KY
16,405
8,402
7,442
905
9
46
63
8,339
21215
Spencer, KY
11,766
5,830
5,730
78
16
6
52
5,778
21217
Taylor, KY
22,927
11,900
11,243
612
13
32
86
11,814
21219
Todd, KY
11,971
6,146
5,526
589
8
23
77
6,069
21221
Trigg, KY
12,597
6,397
5,688
673
10
26
45
6,352
21223
Trimble, KY
8,125
4,129
4,094
13
19
3
43
4,086
21225
Union, KY
15,637
7,749
6,874
839
11
25
92
7,657
21227
Warren, KY
92,522
47,166
42,154
4,192
125
695
954
46,212
21229
Washington, KY
10,916
5,553
5,070
453
7
23
74
5,479
21231
Wayne, KY
19,923
10,072
9,902
134
22
14
109
9,963
21233
Webster, KY
14,120
7,215
6,840
351
10
14
107
7,108
197
Quality
.
Resource
.
Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
2000 BRIDGE POPULATION
FEMALES by
ETHNICITY
FEMALES by RACE
FIPS
Code
County Name
21235
Whitley, KY
21237
Wolfe, KY
21239
28
TOTAL
Females
All Races
White
Black/
African
American
American
Indian/
Alaskan
Native
Asian/
Pacific
Islander
Hispanic/
Latino
NonHispanic
35,865
18,554
18,389
75
47
43
115
7,065
3,559
3,546
8
3
2
16
18,439
3,543
Woodford, KY
23,208
12,026
11,282
682
16
46
228
11,798
MISSISSIPPI
1,454,407
2,844,658
1,471,104
900,473
553,174
6,405
11,052
16,697
28001
Adams, MS
34,340
18,454
8,369
9,989
32
64
142
18,312
28003
Alcorn, MS
34,558
17,827
15,710
2,047
20
50
182
17,645
28005
Amite, MS
13,599
7,036
3,917
3,097
11
11
57
6,979
28007
Attala, MS
19,661
10,268
5,985
4,234
18
31
105
10,163
28009
Benton, MS
8,026
4,124
2,566
1,529
25
4
43
4,081
28011
Bolivar, MS
40,633
21,633
7,050
14,449
19
115
226
21,407
28013
Calhoun, MS
15,069
7,901
5,516
2,362
10
13
131
7,770
28015
Carroll, MS
10,769
5,405
3,409
1,982
3
11
37
5,368
28017
Chickasaw, MS
19,440
10,095
5,792
4,261
20
22
190
9,905
28019
Choctaw, MS
9,758
5,086
3,438
1,623
13
12
34
5,052
28021
Claiborne, MS
11,831
6,372
935
5,426
3
8
42
6,330
28023
Clarke, MS
17,955
9,386
5,957
3,406
11
12
56
9,330
28025
Clay, MS
21,979
11,625
4,885
6,707
14
19
106
11,519
28027
Coahoma, MS
30,622
16,557
4,781
11,667
20
89
133
16,424
28029
Copiah, MS
28,757
14,909
7,121
7,748
8
32
130
14,779
28031
Covington, MS
19,407
10,077
6,326
3,708
20
23
65
10,012
28033
DeSoto, MS
107,199
54,131
47,046
6,441
190
454
962
53,169
28035
Forrest, MS
72,604
38,350
24,568
13,398
89
295
399
37,951
28037
Franklin, MS
8,448
4,394
2,746
1,634
9
5
18
4,376
28039
George, MS
19,144
9,542
8,646
854
22
20
113
9,429
28041
Greene, MS
13,299
5,783
4,708
1,056
9
10
29
5,754
28043
Grenada, MS
23,263
12,385
7,081
5,232
20
52
63
12,322
28045
Hancock, MS
42,967
21,668
19,741
1,573
137
217
400
21,268
28047
Harrison, MS
189,601
95,223
70,540
21,245
462
2,976
2,320
92,903
28049
Hinds, MS
250,800
132,837
49,159
82,675
182
821
906
131,931
28051
Holmes, MS
21,609
11,540
2,295
9,205
18
22
95
11,445
28053
Humphreys, MS
11,206
5,978
1,592
4,365
5
16
67
5,911
28055
Issaquena, MS
2,274
1,065
395
668
2
0
4
1,061
28057
Itawamba, MS
28059
Jackson, MS
22,770
11,730
10,900
781
22
27
100
11,630
131,420
66,293
50,426
14,389
260
1,218
1,187
65,106
18,149
9,500
4,369
5,113
12
6
55
9,445
9,740
4,895
618
4,268
3
6
25
4,870
28061
Jasper, MS
28063
Jefferson, MS
28065
Jefferson Davis, MS
13,962
7,353
3,028
4,291
21
13
57
7,296
28067
Jones, MS
64,958
33,535
24,021
9,268
135
111
379
33,156
28069
Kemper, MS
10,453
5,438
2,090
3,222
118
8
33
5,405
28071
Lafayette, MS
38,744
19,696
14,038
5,281
35
342
162
19,534
28073
Lamar, MS
39,070
20,214
17,308
2,720
37
149
197
20,017
28075
Lauderdale, MS
78,161
41,001
24,515
16,157
84
245
426
40,575
28077
Lawrence, MS
13,258
6,898
4,532
2,332
14
20
49
6,849
28079
Leake, MS
20,940
10,574
6,088
3,957
504
25
158
10,416
28081
Lee, MS
75,755
39,402
29,048
10,053
72
229
395
39,007
28083
Leflore, MS
37,947
19,714
6,075
13,483
17
139
255
19,459
198
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Resource
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HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
2000 BRIDGE POPULATION
FEMALES by RACE
American
Indian/
Black/
African
Alaskan
White
American Native
FEMALES by
ETHNICITY
Asian/
Pacific
Islander
FIPS
Code
County Name
28085
Lincoln, MS
33,166
17,257
11,847
5,325
34
51
105
17,152
28087
Lowndes, MS
61,586
32,437
18,100
14,033
58
246
304
32,133
28089
Madison, MS
74,674
39,260
23,492
15,182
52
534
309
38,951
28091
Marion, MS
25,595
13,216
8,862
4,291
32
31
75
13,141
28093
Marshall, MS
34,993
17,676
8,538
9,080
30
28
185
17,491
19,914
TOTAL
Females
All Races
Hispanic
/Latino
NonHispanic
28095
Monroe, MS
38,014
20,038
13,547
6,418
22
51
124
28097
Montgomery, MS
12,189
6,538
3,456
3,054
6
22
58
6,480
28099
Neshoba, MS
28,684
15,007
9,860
3,041
2,059
47
147
14,860
28101
Newton, MS
21,838
11,349
7,289
3,582
448
30
86
11,263
28103
Noxubee, MS
12,548
6,586
1,883
4,673
21
9
60
6,526
28105
Oktibbeha, MS
42,902
21,457
12,113
8,812
34
498
213
21,244
28107
Panola, MS
34,274
17,866
8,917
8,881
27
41
154
17,712
28109
Pearl River, MS
48,621
25,015
21,538
3,254
141
82
345
24,670
28111
Perry, MS
12,138
6,207
4,693
1,473
25
16
60
6,147
28113
Pike, MS
38,940
20,712
10,572
10,013
47
80
116
20,596
28115
Pontotoc, MS
26,726
13,742
11,644
2,035
40
23
185
13,557
28117
Prentiss, MS
25,556
13,166
11,310
1,801
26
29
84
13,082
28119
Quitman, MS
10,117
5,426
1,611
3,801
5
9
37
5,389
28121
Rankin, MS
115,327
58,971
48,290
10,159
94
428
680
58,291
28123
Scott, MS
28,423
14,623
8,564
5,976
49
34
595
14,028
28125
Sharkey, MS
6,580
3,487
1,019
2,449
9
10
44
3,443
28127
Simpson, MS
27,639
14,216
9,171
5,001
20
24
153
14,063
28129
Smith, MS
16,182
8,277
6,268
1,983
11
15
60
8,217
28131
Stone, MS
13,622
6,872
5,447
1,384
24
17
79
6,793
28133
Sunflower, MS
34,369
15,919
4,704
11,116
18
81
188
15,731
28135
Tallahatchie, MS
14,903
7,936
3,070
4,829
10
27
66
7,870
28137
Tate, MS
25,370
13,098
8,791
4,261
26
20
101
12,997
28139
Tippah, MS
20,826
10,753
8,910
1,808
19
16
162
10,591
28141
Tishomingo, MS
19,163
9,942
9,592
311
21
18
123
9,819
28143
Tunica, MS
9,227
4,828
1,285
3,511
9
23
95
4,733
28145
Union, MS
25,362
13,085
11,042
1,992
14
37
167
12,918
28147
Walthall, MS
15,156
7,915
4,304
3,578
10
23
96
7,819
28149
Warren, MS
49,644
26,369
14,205
11,906
69
189
248
26,121
28151
Washington, MS
62,977
33,545
11,137
22,177
32
199
233
33,312
28153
Wayne, MS
21,216
11,081
6,725
4,320
12
24
63
11,018
28155
Webster, MS
10,294
5,319
4,154
1,146
6
13
83
5,236
28157
Wilkinson, MS
10,312
4,958
1,510
3,437
8
3
20
4,938
28159
Winston, MS
20,160
10,409
5,767
4,563
68
11
81
10,328
28161
Yalobusha, MS
13,051
6,824
4,038
2,763
10
13
68
6,756
28163
Yazoo, MS
28,149
13,828
5,878
7,859
33
58
112
13,716
3,954,277
8,049,313
4,106,618
3,046,424
940,117
53,809
66,268
152,341
37001
37
Alamance, NC
NORTH CAROLINA
130,800
67,957
53,447
13,544
278
688
3,673
64,284
37003
Alexander, NC
33,603
16,854
15,798
850
18
188
328
16,526
37005
Alleghany, NC
10,677
5,418
5,339
62
10
7
157
5,261
37007
Anson, NC
25,275
12,860
6,385
6,347
42
86
76
12,784
37009
Ashe, NC
24,384
12,353
12,209
77
27
40
171
12,182
199
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HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
2000 BRIDGE POPULATION
FEMALES by RACE
American
Indian/
Black/
African
Alaskan
Native
White
American
FEMALES by
ETHNICITY
Asian/
Pacific
Islander
FIPS
Code
County Name
37011
Avery, NC
17,167
8,104
8,026
35
25
18
90
8,014
37013
Beaufort, NC
44,958
23,520
16,244
7,163
41
72
596
22,924
37015
Bertie, NC
19,773
10,540
3,773
6,717
37
13
85
10,455
37017
Bladen, NC
32,278
16,758
9,695
6,661
372
30
432
16,326
37019
Brunswick, NC
73,143
37,178
31,094
5,646
295
143
705
36,473
37021
Buncombe, NC
206,330
107,296
97,693
8,326
417
860
2,419
104,877
37023
Burke, NC
89,148
44,574
40,063
2,667
154
1,690
1,104
43,470
37025
Cabarrus, NC
131,063
66,522
56,971
8,573
252
726
2,794
63,728
37027
Caldwell, NC
77,415
39,180
36,730
2,186
88
176
693
38,487
37029
Camden, NC
6,885
3,471
2,812
624
13
22
24
3,447
37031
Carteret, NC
59,383
30,226
27,668
2,154
146
258
442
29,784
37033
Caswell, NC
23,501
11,605
7,265
4,291
20
29
164
11,441
37035
Catawba, NC
141,685
71,803
62,964
6,361
212
2,266
3,117
68,686
37037
Chatham, NC
49,329
25,061
20,181
4,578
115
187
1,947
23,114
37039
Cherokee, NC
24,298
12,512
12,042
212
215
43
132
12,380
37041
Chowan, NC
14,526
7,721
4,660
3,008
25
28
106
7,615
37043
Clay, NC
8,775
4,503
4,437
42
18
6
43
4,460
37045
Cleveland, NC
96,287
49,981
38,649
10,866
70
396
640
49,341
37047
Columbus, NC
54,749
28,426
18,298
9,127
914
87
486
27,940
37049
Craven, NC
91,436
45,284
32,285
12,090
220
689
1,504
43,780
37051
Cumberland, NC
302,963
149,742
85,514
56,935
2,635
4,658
9,570
140,172
37053
Currituck, NC
18,190
9,158
8,360
693
49
56
139
9,019
37055
Dare, NC
29,967
14,869
14,338
409
45
77
283
14,586
37057
Davidson, NC
147,246
75,128
66,727
7,330
325
746
2,066
73,062
37059
Davie, NC
34,835
17,686
16,306
1,265
42
73
511
17,175
37061
Duplin, NC
49,063
24,746
16,772
7,810
87
77
2,914
21,832
37063
Durham, NC
223,314
115,684
62,433
48,972
407
3,872
6,117
109,567
37065
Edgecombe, NC
37067
Forsyth, NC
37069
Franklin, NC
47,260
23,946
16,186
7,537
111
37071
Gaston, NC
190,365
98,271
82,470
14,454
315
37073
Gates, NC
10,516
5,361
3,159
2,163
20
37075
Graham, NC
7,993
4,093
3,789
7
37077
Granville, NC
48,498
23,014
14,830
8,015
TOTAL
Females
All Races
Hispanic
/Latino
NonHispanic
55,606
29,760
11,938
17,689
73
60
652
29,108
306,067
159,850
113,863
43,625
503
1,859
8,317
151,533
112
768
23,178
1,032
2,402
95,869
19
38
5,323
289
8
30
4,063
82
87
649
22,365
37079
Greene, NC
18,974
9,226
5,311
3,872
31
12
617
8,609
37081
Guilford, NC
421,048
219,319
144,661
67,945
1,113
5,600
6,412
212,907
37083
Halifax, NC
57,370
30,086
12,963
16,032
928
163
266
29,820
37085
Harnett, NC
91,025
46,102
34,269
10,911
440
482
2,081
44,021
37087
Haywood, NC
54,033
28,136
27,527
379
139
91
326
27,810
37089
Henderson, NC
89,173
46,002
44,073
1,437
151
341
1,945
44,057
37091
Hertford, NC
22,601
12,217
4,467
7,544
160
46
116
12,101
37093
Hoke, NC
33,646
16,659
7,755
6,592
2,087
225
964
15,695
37095
Hyde, NC
5,826
2,746
1,822
905
4
15
53
2,693
37097
Iredell, NC
122,660
62,540
52,297
9,201
200
842
1,744
60,796
37099
Jackson, NC
33,121
16,947
14,810
274
1,775
88
229
16,718
37101
Johnston, NC
121,965
61,371
50,654
10,151
292
274
3,592
57,779
200
Quality
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Resource
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HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
2000 BRIDGE POPULATION
FIPS
Code
County Name
TOTAL
Females
All Races
FEMALES by RACE
American
Indian/
Black/
African
Alaskan
White
American Native
FEMALES by
ETHNICITY
Asian/
Pacific
Islander
Hispanic
/Latino
NonHispanic
37103
Jones, NC
10,381
5,380
3,306
2,030
24
20
109
5,271
37105
Lee, NC
49,040
24,827
19,068
5,387
121
251
2,340
22,487
37107
Lenoir, NC
59,648
31,336
17,901
13,242
68
125
721
30,615
37109
Lincoln, NC
63,780
32,060
29,664
2,173
89
134
1,592
30,468
37111
McDowell, NC
42,151
21,149
20,133
740
64
212
462
20,687
37113
Macon, NC
29,811
15,522
15,270
138
44
70
175
15,347
37115
Madison, NC
19,635
9,951
9,846
49
24
32
95
9,856
37117
Martin, NC
25,593
13,725
7,179
6,464
48
34
223
13,502
37119
Mecklenburg, NC
695,454
353,997
234,679
106,196
1,409
11,713
17,338
336,659
37121
Mitchell, NC
15,687
8,021
7,944
23
34
20
125
7,896
37123
Montgomery, NC
26,822
13,241
10,039
2,883
65
254
1,217
12,024
37125
Moore, NC
74,769
38,745
31,904
6,301
291
249
1,255
37,490
37127
Nash, NC
87,420
45,359
28,826
16,047
209
277
1,202
44,157
37129
New Hanover, NC
160,307
82,936
66,664
15,110
345
817
1,425
81,511
37131
Northampton, NC
22,086
11,503
4,457
7,000
32
14
62
11,441
37133
Onslow, NC
150,355
67,369
50,740
14,029
558
2,042
4,220
63,149
37135
Orange, NC
118,227
62,189
49,926
9,273
258
2,732
2,075
60,114
37137
Pamlico, NC
12,934
6,421
4,821
1,529
35
36
80
6,341
37139
Pasquotank, NC
34,897
18,007
10,334
7,429
71
173
197
17,810
19,830
37141
Pender, NC
41,082
20,419
15,254
5,004
101
60
589
37143
Perquimans, NC
11,368
5,942
4,167
1,750
10
15
30
5,912
37145
Person, NC
35,623
18,435
12,819
5,469
113
34
284
18,151
37147
Pitt, NC
133,798
70,357
44,244
25,065
205
843
1,761
68,596
37149
Polk, NC
18,324
9,632
8,998
585
21
28
216
9,416
37151
Randolph, NC
130,454
65,962
61,208
3,931
323
500
3,633
62,329
37153
Richmond, NC
46,564
23,716
15,674
7,436
438
168
503
23,213
37155
Robeson, NC
123,339
63,341
21,643
16,612
24,810
276
2,206
61,135
37157
Rockingham, NC
37159
Rowan, NC
91,928
47,559
37,552
9,678
156
173
1,097
46,462
130,340
65,960
54,308
10,787
222
643
2,251
63,709
37161
37163
Rutherford, NC
62,899
32,598
28,683
3,740
47
128
503
32,095
Sampson, NC
60,161
30,361
20,029
9,549
617
166
2,514
27,847
37165
Scotland, NC
35,998
19,112
9,844
7,395
1,759
114
194
18,918
37167
Stanly, NC
58,100
29,429
25,420
3,397
71
541
509
28,920
37169
Stokes, NC
44,711
22,805
21,568
1,101
62
74
355
22,450
37171
Surry, NC
71,219
36,391
34,474
1,581
89
247
1,866
34,525
37173
Swain, NC
12,968
6,663
4,545
89
2,017
12
82
6,581
37175
Transylvania, NC
29,334
15,219
14,433
655
43
88
130
15,089
37177
Tyrrell, NC
4,149
1,938
1,197
718
3
20
72
1,866
37179
Union, NC
123,677
61,921
52,984
8,204
271
462
3,026
58,895
37181
Vance, NC
42,954
22,648
11,158
11,329
59
102
825
21,823
37183
Wake, NC
627,846
316,410
235,986
67,847
1,262
11,315
13,402
303,008
10,029
37185
Warren, NC
19,972
10,159
3,993
5,626
526
14
130
37187
Washington, NC
13,723
7,234
3,518
3,679
3
34
104
7,130
37189
Watauga, NC
42,695
21,422
20,873
347
52
150
228
21,194
37191
Wayne, NC
113,329
57,446
36,434
20,019
200
793
2,353
55,093
37193
Wilkes, NC
65,632
33,261
31,620
1,458
41
142
901
32,360
201
Quality
.
Resource
.
Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
2000 BRIDGE POPULATION
FIPS
Code
County Name
TOTAL
Females
All Races
FEMALES by RACE
American
Indian/
Black/
African
Alaskan
White
American Native
FEMALES by
ETHNICITY
Asian/
Pacific
Islander
Hispanic
/Latino
NonHispanic
37195
Wilson, NC
73,814
38,589
22,340
15,957
110
182
1,753
36,836
37197
Yadkin, NC
36,348
18,505
17,758
661
28
58
1,002
17,503
37199
Yancey, NC
17,774
9,080
8,977
51
34
18
180
8,900
4,012,012
2,063,083
1,395,642
637,942
7,710
21,789
38,339
2,024,744
26,167
13,623
9,176
4,397
12
38
105
13,518
142,552
73,885
53,074
19,931
316
564
1,350
72,535
45
SOUTH CAROLINA
45001
Abbeville, SC
45003
Aiken, SC
45005
Allendale, SC
11,211
5,374
1,444
3,910
6
14
81
5,293
45007
Anderson, SC
165,740
85,664
70,116
14,885
199
464
818
84,846
45009
Bamberg, SC
16,658
8,827
3,147
5,643
18
19
58
8,769
45011
Barnwell, SC
23,478
12,185
6,677
5,416
47
45
112
12,073
45013
Beaufort, SC
120,937
59,744
43,344
15,525
185
690
3,136
56,608
45015
Berkeley, SC
142,651
70,189
48,317
19,816
405
1,651
1,747
68,442
45017
Calhoun, SC
15,185
7,989
3,924
4,032
12
21
94
7,895
45019
Charleston, SC
309,969
160,182
99,009
58,570
452
2,151
2,910
157,272
45021
Cherokee, SC
52,537
27,114
21,018
5,929
53
114
424
26,690
45023
Chester, SC
34,068
17,699
10,466
7,112
63
58
110
17,589
45025
Chesterfield, SC
42,768
22,137
14,241
7,731
88
77
332
21,805
45027
Clarendon, SC
32,502
16,545
7,386
9,058
41
60
216
16,329
45029
Colleton, SC
38,264
19,937
10,981
8,735
133
88
219
19,718
45031
Darlington, SC
67,394
35,513
20,058
15,289
65
101
300
35,213
45033
Dillon, SC
30,722
16,393
8,267
7,688
376
62
240
16,153
45035
Dorchester, SC
96,413
49,229
35,279
12,781
402
767
846
48,383
45037
Edgefield, SC
24,595
11,556
6,865
4,626
31
34
133
11,423
45039
Fairfield, SC
23,454
12,287
4,830
7,405
23
29
119
12,168
45041
Florence, SC
125,761
66,662
38,732
27,261
166
503
642
66,020
45043
Georgetown, SC
55,797
29,097
17,220
11,733
47
97
333
28,764
45045
Greenville, SC
379,616
194,834
154,013
37,476
412
2,933
5,841
188,993
45047
Greenwood, SC
66,271
35,183
23,225
11,613
77
268
805
34,378
45049
Hampton, SC
21,386
10,492
4,442
6,005
26
19
102
10,390
98,357
45051
Horry, SC
196,629
100,095
82,438
16,299
424
934
1,738
45053
Jasper, SC
20,678
9,800
4,315
5,383
43
59
362
9,438
45055
Kershaw, SC
52,647
27,223
19,507
7,514
85
117
421
26,802
45057
Lancaster, SC
61,351
30,958
22,414
8,382
63
99
326
30,632
45059
Laurens, SC
69,567
35,926
25,807
9,918
108
93
502
35,424
45061
Lee, SC
20,119
9,991
3,478
6,469
14
30
93
9,898
45063
Lexington, SC
216,014
111,037
94,481
14,815
425
1,316
1,617
109,420
45065
McCormick, SC
45067
Marion, SC
9,958
4,659
2,091
2,546
5
17
33
4,626
35,466
19,078
7,740
11,217
62
59
194
18,884
45069
Marlboro, SC
28,818
14,681
45071
Newberry, SC
36,108
18,687
6,629
7,479
536
37
98
14,583
12,052
6,487
56
92
543
18,144
45073
Oconee, SC
66,215
33,661
30,414
3,006
89
152
681
32,980
45075
Orangeburg, SC
91,582
48,972
17,907
30,580
250
235
398
48,574
45077
Pickens, SC
110,757
55,481
50,734
4,054
83
610
744
54,737
45079
Richland, SC
320,677
165,940
84,306
77,852
470
3,312
3,953
161,987
45081
Saluda, SC
45083
Spartanburg, SC
19,181
9,658
6,555
3,069
22
12
479
9,179
253,791
130,453
99,644
28,416
345
2,048
2,750
127,703
202
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Resource
.
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HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
2000 BRIDGE POPULATION
FIPS
Code
County Name
45085
Sumter, SC
45087
Union, SC
45089
Williamsburg, SC
45091
York, SC
TOTAL
Females
All Races
FEMALES by RACE
American
Indian/
Black/
African
Alaskan
White
American Native
FEMALES by
ETHNICITY
Asian/
Pacific
Islander
Hispanic
/Latino
NonHispanic
104,646
53,966
26,832
26,228
171
735
852
53,114
29,881
15,806
10,751
4,984
21
50
107
15,699
37,217
19,808
6,274
13,448
38
48
131
19,677
164,614
84,863
66,022
17,229
745
867
1,244
83,619
47
TENNESSEE
5,689,283
2,919,008
2,374,549
502,894
8,268
33,297
50,527
2,868,481
47001
Anderson, TN
71,330
37,321
35,349
1,490
129
353
385
36,936
47003
Bedford, TN
37,586
18,941
17,058
1,708
56
119
1,104
17,837
47005
Benton, TN
16,537
8,531
8,265
197
32
37
85
8,446
47007
Bledsoe, TN
12,367
5,596
5,511
55
16
14
60
5,536
47009
Blount, TN
105,823
54,596
52,302
1,658
179
457
496
54,100
47011
Bradley, TN
87,965
45,077
42,743
1,871
145
318
804
44,273
20,538
47013
Campbell, TN
39,854
20,655
20,465
69
68
53
117
47015
Cannon, TN
12,826
6,535
6,416
95
12
12
67
6,468
47017
Carroll, TN
29,475
15,327
13,610
1,638
39
40
189
15,138
47019
Carter, TN
56,742
29,168
28,740
275
58
95
217
28,951
47021
Cheatham, TN
35,912
17,931
17,522
274
75
60
206
17,725
47023
Chester, TN
15,540
7,990
7,114
833
19
24
70
7,920
47025
Claiborne, TN
29,862
15,449
15,207
137
39
66
100
15,349
47027
Clay, TN
47029
Cocke, TN
7,976
4,099
4,013
65
11
10
38
4,061
33,565
17,244
16,778
365
68
33
137
17,107
24,202
47031
Coffee, TN
48,014
24,615
23,405
923
80
207
413
47033
Crockett, TN
14,532
7,516
6,394
1,106
13
3
334
7,182
47035
Cumberland, TN
46,802
24,075
23,883
46
62
84
261
23,814
47037
Davidson, TN
569,891
294,026
204,779
80,855
930
7,462
10,158
283,868
47039
Decatur, TN
11,731
6,031
5,775
222
13
21
69
5,962
47041
DeKalb, TN
17,423
8,811
8,644
131
26
10
212
8,599
47043
Dickson, TN
43,156
21,998
20,801
1,029
92
76
197
21,801
47045
Dyer, TN
37,279
19,412
16,614
2,679
48
71
182
19,230
47047
Fayette, TN
28,806
14,661
9,166
5,416
34
45
123
14,538
47049
Fentress, TN
16,625
8,474
8,451
4
9
10
49
8,425
47051
Franklin, TN
39,270
20,160
18,822
1,196
40
102
275
19,885
47053
Gibson, TN
48,152
25,408
20,101
5,210
55
42
217
25,191
47055
Giles, TN
29,447
15,144
13,189
1,849
44
62
117
15,027
47057
Grainger, TN
20,659
10,380
10,307
41
14
18
96
10,284
32,011
47059
Greene, TN
62,909
32,252
31,365
715
63
109
241
47061
Grundy, TN
14,332
7,288
7,247
14
14
13
63
7,225
47063
Hamblen, TN
58,128
29,492
27,857
1,354
81
200
1,184
28,308
47065
Hamilton, TN
307,896
160,614
123,695
34,183
507
2,229
2,356
158,258
47067
Hancock, TN
6,786
3,479
3,455
14
6
4
14
3,465
47069
Hardeman, TN
28,105
12,956
7,662
5,244
9
41
77
12,879
47071
Hardin, TN
25,578
13,004
12,414
531
24
35
124
12,880
47073
Hawkins, TN
53,563
27,509
26,914
462
53
80
190
27,319
47075
Haywood, TN
19,797
10,542
4,963
5,553
14
12
224
10,318
47077
Henderson, TN
25,522
13,232
12,128
1,063
17
24
108
13,124
47079
Henry, TN
31,115
16,089
14,485
1,520
25
59
143
15,946
47081
Hickman, TN
22,295
10,494
10,173
256
51
14
99
10,395
203
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HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
2000 BRIDGE POPULATION
FIPS
Code
County Name
TOTAL
Females
All Races
FEMALES by RACE
American
Indian/
Black/
African
Alaskan
White
American Native
FEMALES by
ETHNICITY
Asian/
Pacific
Islander
Hispanic
/Latino
NonHispanic
47083
Houston, TN
8,088
4,089
3,926
143
11
9
39
4,050
47085
Humphreys, TN
17,929
9,110
8,767
284
28
31
85
9,025
47087
Jackson, TN
10,984
5,554
5,526
4
18
6
41
5,513
47089
Jefferson, TN
44,294
22,422
21,739
537
61
85
238
22,184
47091
Johnson, TN
47093
Knox, TN
17,499
8,155
8,072
40
27
16
59
8,096
382,032
197,455
175,934
18,211
564
2,746
2,232
195,223
47095
Lake, TN
47097
Lauderdale, TN
7,954
3,169
2,501
660
2
6
42
3,127
27,101
13,025
8,698
4,219
87
21
108
12,917
47099
Lawrence, TN
47101
Lewis, TN
39,926
20,546
20,105
307
60
74
171
20,375
11,367
5,773
5,665
85
10
13
57
47103
5,716
Lincoln, TN
31,340
16,163
14,701
1,306
84
72
148
16,015
47105
Loudon, TN
39,086
20,032
19,639
253
74
66
346
19,686
47107
McMinn, TN
49,015
25,348
23,895
1,187
77
189
388
24,960
47109
McNairy, TN
24,653
12,695
11,822
817
24
32
105
12,590
47111
Macon, TN
20,386
10,325
10,223
18
46
38
123
10,202
47113
Madison, TN
91,837
47,802
31,179
16,183
87
353
594
47,208
47115
Marion, TN
27,776
14,182
13,458
644
40
40
78
14,104
47117
Marshall, TN
26,767
13,698
12,476
1,135
35
52
305
13,393
47119
Maury, TN
69,498
35,716
29,951
5,470
151
144
913
34,803
47121
Meigs, TN
11,086
5,542
5,442
68
16
16
35
5,507
47123
Monroe, TN
38,961
19,760
19,102
488
77
93
283
19,477
63,744
47125
Montgomery, TN
134,768
66,993
50,751
13,788
401
2,053
3,249
47127
Moore, TN
5,740
2,897
2,802
86
5
4
15
2,882
47129
Morgan, TN
19,757
9,219
9,160
11
26
22
59
9,160
47131
Obion, TN
32,450
16,780
14,939
1,769
23
49
220
16,560
47133
Overton, TN
20,118
10,252
10,184
25
30
13
56
10,196
47135
Perry, TN
7,631
3,834
3,750
67
8
9
32
3,802
47137
Pickett, TN
4,945
2,513
2,502
5
4
2
14
2,499
47139
Polk, TN
16,050
8,095
8,048
10
23
14
57
8,038
47141
Putnam, TN
62,315
31,402
30,527
511
64
300
751
30,651
47143
Rhea, TN
28,400
14,615
14,159
337
61
58
185
14,430
47145
Roane, TN
51,910
26,760
25,753
822
62
123
184
26,576
47147
Robertson, TN
54,433
27,382
24,601
2,579
88
114
452
26,930
47149
Rutherford, TN
182,023
91,438
79,960
9,237
296
1,945
2,038
89,400
47151
Scott, TN
21,127
10,704
10,646
10
33
15
56
10,648
47153
Sequatchie, TN
11,370
5,735
5,696
12
16
11
37
5,698
47155
Sevier, TN
71,170
36,331
35,774
203
132
222
414
35,917
47157
Shelby, TN
897,472
468,827
223,349
236,253
1,009
8,216
9,001
459,826
47159
Smith, TN
17,712
8,992
8,687
255
34
16
75
8,917
47161
Stewart, TN
12,370
6,212
5,973
74
38
127
65
6,147
47163
Sullivan, TN
153,048
79,188
77,119
1,494
187
388
523
78,665
47165
Sumner, TN
130,449
66,573
61,683
4,145
204
541
1,007
65,566
47167
Tipton, TN
51,271
26,021
20,301
5,462
93
165
286
25,735
47169
Trousdale, TN
7,259
3,686
3,243
428
11
4
47
3,639
47171
Unicoi, TN
17,667
9,054
9,002
13
23
16
140
8,914
47173
Union, TN
17,808
8,958
8,910
8
19
21
71
8,887
204
Quality
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HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
2000 BRIDGE POPULATION
FEMALES by
ETHNICITY
FEMALES by RACE
FIPS
Code
County Name
47175
Van Buren, TN
47177
Warren, TN
47179
Washington, TN
47181
Wayne, TN
47183
Weakley, TN
TOTAL
Female
Black/
African
American
White
American
Indian/
Alaskan
Native
Asian/
Pacific
Islander
Hispanic
/Latino
NonHispanic
5,508
2,764
2,752
3
5
4
6
2,758
38,276
19,475
18,675
661
43
96
561
18,914
107,198
55,021
52,329
2,124
124
444
669
54,352
16,842
7,598
7,501
58
15
24
57
7,541
34,895
17,971
16,355
1,354
31
231
178
17,793
47185
White, TN
47187
Williamson, TN
23,102
11,776
11,520
197
21
38
106
11,670
126,638
64,280
59,701
3,547
128
904
1,399
62,881
47189
Wilson, TN
88,809
44,979
41,594
2,941
162
282
526
44,453
84
REGION IV
53,252,966
27,270,813
20,736,388
5,963,560
137,711
433,154
1,834,593
25,436,220
91
UNITED STATES
281,421,906
143,368,343
116,640,724 19,187,280
205
1,496,044 6,044,295 17,144,023 126,224,320
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HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
DEMOGRAPHICS
FIPS
Code County Name
01 ALABAMA
1999
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000 Percent
Median Median Averg Pop
2000
Percent Per
Percent 2000
2000
Foreign Capita Earning Earning Family Below
Fem
Income Total
Urban Frontr Metro born
2000 Total Pop
Size, Poverty
($)
($)
($)
Population Density Pop
Total Level
Status Status Pop
4,447,100
87.6
55.4%
01001 Autauga, AL
43,671
73.3
55.4%
01003 Baldwin, AL
140,415
87.9
01005 Barbour, AL
29,038
32.8
1999
Percent
Fem
Pop
Below
Poverty
Level
2.0%
23,521
21,188
16,182
3.01
16.1%
17.9%
1.2%
22,719
23,205
17,924
3.12
10.9%
12.4%
No
Yes
45.4%
No
Yes
2.1%
25,433
21,942
16,331
2.94
10.1%
11.5%
29.5%
No
No
1.5%
20,264
17,929
14,462
3.04
26.8%
30.8%
21.7%
01007 Bibb, AL
20,826
33.5
18.2%
No
No
0.4%
18,033
20,837
14,706
3.08
20.6%
01009 Blount, AL
51,024
79.0
9.2%
No
Yes
3.1%
20,142
22,065
16,452
3.02
11.7%
13.3%
01011 Bullock, AL
11,714
18.7
38.4%
No
No
3.1%
16,164
16,268
14,934
3.13
33.5%
37.2%
01013 Butler, AL
01015 Calhoun, AL
21,399
27.5
24.7%
No
No
0.4%
18,283
18,224
13,045
3.06
24.6%
26.7%
112,249
184.3
69.1%
No
Yes
1.7%
21,232
19,766
14,849
2.94
16.1%
18.6%
01017 Chambers, AL
36,583
61.3
50.3%
No
No
0.8%
20,394
20,661
16,828
3.01
17.0%
19.4%
01019 Cherokee, AL
23,988
43.4
0.0%
No
No
1.1%
17,255
20,616
15,402
2.86
15.6%
16.9%
01021 Chilton, AL
39,593
57.1
12.1%
No
No
1.9%
20,081
21,212
14,427
3.00
15.7%
17.8%
01023 Choctaw, AL
15,922
17.4
0.0%
No
No
0.6%
18,512
18,950
13,003
2.99
24.5%
26.9%
26.0%
01025 Clarke, AL
27,867
22.5
25.6%
No
No
0.5%
20,309
20,619
14,400
3.13
22.6%
01027 Clay, AL
14,254
23.6
0.0%
No
No
0.9%
19,388
19,453
15,209
2.93
17.1%
19.6%
01029 Cleburne, AL
14,123
25.2
0.0%
No
No
0.9%
19,140
20,212
13,814
2.95
13.9%
15.4%
01031 Coffee, AL
43,615
64.2
44.6%
No
No
2.7%
22,631
20,530
14,479
2.93
14.7%
16.7%
01033 Colbert, AL
54,984
92.4
52.9%
No
Yes
0.9%
22,299
19,946
14,259
2.92
14.0%
16.3%
01035 Conecuh, AL
14,089
16.6
0.0%
No
No
0.4%
18,638
18,531
15,255
3.01
26.6%
31.0%
01037 Coosa, AL
12,202
18.7
2.6%
No
No
0.3%
17,559
18,531
15,420
2.98
14.9%
16.7%
01039 Covington, AL
37,631
36.4
28.0%
No
No
0.6%
19,657
18,323
12,888
2.90
18.4%
21.0%
01041 Crenshaw, AL
13,665
22.4
0.0%
No
No
0.3%
21,066
18,020
14,375
2.96
22.1%
24.6%
01043 Cullman, AL
77,483
104.8
24.3%
No
No
1.7%
21,103
20,850
15,446
2.94
13.0%
14.2%
01045 Dale, AL
49,129
87.6
45.2%
No
Yes
3.1%
20,680
20,107
13,910
2.99
15.1%
17.0%
01047 Dallas, AL
46,365
47.3
52.7%
No
No
0.7%
19,949
18,669
14,814
3.15
31.1%
34.0%
01049 DeKalb, AL
64,452
82.8
11.7%
No
No
4.1%
20,476
19,252
15,066
2.98
15.4%
17.1%
01051 Elmore, AL
65,874
105.9
37.5%
No
Yes
1.1%
22,439
22,772
18,056
3.07
10.2%
12.0%
01053 Escambia, AL
38,440
40.5
39.2%
No
No
0.6%
18,761
17,771
13,477
2.99
20.9%
20.9%
103,459
193.4
60.1%
No
Yes
1.6%
21,486
20,167
14,915
2.93
15.7%
17.5%
01055 Etowah, AL
01057 Fayette, AL
18,495
29.5
21.6%
No
No
0.7%
18,887
19,969
13,715
2.92
17.3%
19.3%
01059 Franklin, AL
31,223
49.1
27.4%
No
No
5.6%
19,723
18,274
13,933
2.97
18.9%
21.2%
01061 Geneva, AL
25,764
44.7
13.2%
No
No
0.8%
18,870
18,354
15,233
2.92
19.6%
22.3%
01063 Greene, AL
9,974
15.4
0.0%
No
No
0.7%
16,035
16,297
13,391
3.16
34.3%
36.9%
01065 Hale, AL
17,185
26.7
15.2%
No
No
0.3%
17,328
18,313
13,816
3.19
26.9%
30.3%
01067 Henry, AL
16,310
29.0
0.0%
No
No
1.1%
19,910
20,140
15,738
2.95
19.1%
22.0%
01069 Houston, AL
88,787
153.1
65.1%
No
Yes
1.6%
24,587
20,979
15,607
2.95
15.0%
17.5%
01071 Jackson, AL
53,926
50.0
23.7%
No
No
0.7%
21,441
20,408
15,935
2.92
13.7%
15.7%
01073 Jefferson, AL
16.2%
662,047
594.8
89.3%
No
Yes
2.3%
29,895
23,724
19,933
3.04
14.8%
01075 Lamar, AL
15,904
26.3
0.0%
No
No
0.8%
18,789
18,886
12,708
2.89
16.1%
18.5%
01077 Lauderdale, AL
87,966
131.3
48.2%
No
Yes
1.0%
20,832
19,853
14,141
2.89
14.4%
16.4%
01079 Lawrence, AL
34,803
50.2
7.5%
No
Yes
0.5%
19,716
20,657
14,250
2.99
15.3%
17.0%
115,092
189.0
66.9%
No
Yes
2.7%
18,484
17,183
13,763
3.03
21.8%
22.1%
01083 Limestone, AL
65,676
115.6
33.3%
No
Yes
1.7%
21,592
21,936
16,044
3.02
12.3%
13.5%
01085 Lowndes, AL
13,473
18.8
0.0%
No
No
0.3%
16,329
17,503
14,816
3.28
31.4%
32.7%
01081 Lee, AL
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DEMOGRAPHICS
FIPS
Code County Name
01087 Macon, AL
1999
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000 Percent
Median Median Averg Pop
2000
Percent Per
Percent 2000
2000
Foreign Capita Earning Earning Family Below
Fem
Income Total
Urban Frontr Metro born
2000 Total Pop
Size, Poverty
($)
($)
($)
Population Density Pop
Total Level
Status Status Pop
1999
Percent
Fem
Pop
Below
Poverty
Level
24,105
39.5
50.7%
No
No
1.5%
15,678
14,847
12,670
3.13
32.8%
34.8%
01089 Madison, AL
276,700
343.7
77.1%
No
Yes
4.0%
28,995
24,227
18,250
3.00
10.5%
11.7%
01091 Marengo, AL
22,539
23.1
29.5%
No
No
0.7%
21,616
20,025
14,425
3.08
25.9%
27.5%
01093 Marion, AL
31,214
42.1
0.3%
No
No
0.5%
18,612
19,238
14,601
2.87
15.6%
18.1%
01095 Marshall, AL
82,231
145.0
42.6%
No
No
4.0%
19,783
20,349
15,115
2.96
14.7%
16.5%
01097 Mobile, AL
399,843
324.3
80.3%
No
Yes
2.3%
21,703
20,628
15,093
3.13
18.5%
20.3%
01099 Monroe, AL
24,324
23.7
21.5%
No
No
0.3%
19,439
20,109
13,736
3.09
21.3%
24.0%
01101 Montgomery, AL
223,510
282.9
88.1%
No
Yes
2.0%
27,313
21,542
18,131
3.06
17.3%
18.4%
01103 Morgan, AL
111,064
190.8
56.4%
No
Yes
2.7%
25,486
21,781
15,541
2.99
12.3%
14.0%
01105 Perry, AL
11,861
16.5
0.0%
No
No
0.5%
16,476
15,675
12,712
3.23
35.4%
39.0%
01107 Pickens, AL
20,949
23.8
0.0%
No
No
0.4%
18,503
19,360
14,209
3.11
24.9%
28.1%
01109 Pike, AL
29,605
44.1
39.8%
No
No
1.9%
20,509
16,464
12,401
2.98
23.1%
26.3%
01111 Randolph, AL
22,380
38.5
21.5%
No
No
1.2%
17,361
18,777
14,210
3.02
17.0%
18.9%
01113 Russell, AL
49,756
77.6
63.7%
No
Yes
2.0%
19,582
20,452
15,564
3.05
19.9%
22.5%
01115 St. Clair, AL
64,742
102.1
12.3%
No
Yes
0.6%
21,142
23,255
18,392
3.01
12.1%
13.6%
01117 Shelby, AL
143,293
180.2
64.3%
No
Yes
2.4%
31,940
30,548
22,518
3.04
6.3%
7.1%
01119 Sumter, AL
14,798
16.4
0.0%
No
No
0.5%
17,284
14,737
11,977
3.26
38.7%
41.2%
01121 Talladega, AL
80,321
108.5
44.7%
No
No
0.7%
18,779
20,651
15,709
3.00
17.6%
19.8%
01123 Tallapoosa, AL
41,475
57.8
24.1%
No
No
0.4%
21,192
19,740
15,995
2.94
16.6%
18.9%
01125 Tuscaloosa, AL
164,875
124.4
70.7%
No
Yes
2.1%
23,652
19,947
15,354
3.00
17.0%
18.5%
01127 Walker, AL
70,713
88.9
22.7%
No
No
0.7%
21,075
20,320
14,036
2.93
16.5%
18.0%
01129 Washington, AL
18,097
16.7
0.0%
No
No
0.5%
18,689
20,628
13,362
3.17
18.5%
20.5%
01131 Wilcox, AL
13,183
14.8
0.0%
No
No
0.3%
15,754
16,250
11,696
3.31
39.9%
43.1%
01133 Winston, AL
24,843
40.4
16.4%
No
No
1.0%
18,634
18,181
13,957
2.89
17.1%
19.9%
16.7%
27,764
22,050
18,526
2.98
12.5%
13.7%
Yes
7.3%
24,507
16,730
13,834
2.94
22.8%
23.7%
17.4%
12 FLORIDA
12001 Alachua, FL
12003 Baker, FL
12005 Bay, FL
12007 Bradford, FL
12009 Brevard, FL
12011 Broward, FL
15,982,378
296.3
89.3%
217,955
249.4
74.4%
No
22,259
38.0
37.7%
No
No
1.1%
18,972
21,730
16,890
3.20
14.7%
148,217
194.0
89.4%
No
Yes
3.6%
23,479
20,402
15,764
2.92
13.0%
14.7%
26,088
89.0
34.9%
No
No
1.8%
17,598
19,538
15,839
3.01
14.6%
17.5%
476,230
467.4
95.5%
No
Yes
6.5%
25,650
22,338
17,079
2.84
9.5%
10.5%
1,623,018 1,342.4
99.9%
No
Yes
25.3%
29,409
25,838
21,698
3.07
11.5%
12.6%
23.2%
12013 Calhoun, FL
13,017
23.0
34.5%
No
No
2.2%
15,627
17,997
14,860
3.02
20.0%
12015 Charlotte, FL
141,627
204.1
90.6%
No
Yes
8.0%
24,650
19,840
15,944
2.56
8.2%
9.2%
12017 Citrus, FL
118,085
202.2
57.9%
No
No
4.9%
21,497
18,298
14,705
2.60
11.7%
12.6%
12019 Clay, FL
140,814
234.3
75.1%
No
Yes
4.5%
25,421
25,379
19,618
3.11
6.8%
7.7%
12021 Collier, FL
251,377
124.1
89.7%
No
Yes
18.3%
40,121
22,143
19,139
2.79
10.3%
10.7%
12023 Columbia, FL
56,513
70.9
32.2%
No
No
2.3%
19,128
19,891
15,483
3.02
15.0%
16.2%
12027 DeSoto, FL
32,209
50.6
45.8%
No
No
18.7%
17,902
15,506
13,824
3.00
23.6%
20.7%
13,827
12029 Dixie, FL
19.6
24.2%
No
No
2.0%
14,978
17,504
12,983
2.87
19.1%
21.3%
12031 Duval, FL
778,879 1,006.3
96.2%
No
Yes
5.9%
27,084
23,887
20,314
3.06
11.9%
13.4%
12033 Escambia, FL
294,410
443.4
89.0%
No
Yes
3.7%
22,560
19,825
15,676
2.98
15.4%
17.3%
12035 Flagler, FL
49,832
102.7
67.4%
No
Yes
9.9%
23,420
20,395
16,527
2.67
8.7%
9.4%
12037 Franklin, FL
11,057
20.7
26.9%
No
No
1.9%
19,259
18,323
13,777
2.77
17.7%
20.3%
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DEMOGRAPHICS
FIPS
Code County Name
1999
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000 Percent
Median Median Averg Pop
2000
Percent Per
Percent 2000
2000
Foreign Capita Earning Earning Family Below
Fem
Income Total
Urban Frontr Metro born
2000 Total Pop
Size, Poverty
($)
($)
($)
Population Density Pop
Total Level
Status Status Pop
1999
Percent
Fem
Pop
Below
Poverty
Level
12039 Gadsden, FL
45,087
87.4
33.8%
No
Yes
4.1%
19,087
19,870
17,491
3.18
19.9%
12041 Gilchrist, FL
14,437
41.4
0.0%
No
No
1.7%
17,042
20,321
16,363
3.01
14.1%
17.4%
12043 Glades, FL
10,576
13.7
26.4%
No
No
7.9%
15,673
20,354
15,185
2.91
15.2%
15.0%
12045 Gulf, FL
13,332
23.6
33.1%
No
No
2.1%
17,921
20,433
15,818
2.87
16.7%
18.9%
12047 Hamilton, FL
13,327
25.9
18.6%
No
No
2.3%
14,214
18,557
15,812
3.07
26.0%
30.0%
12049 Hardee, FL
26,938
42.3
52.6%
No
No
17.5%
17,843
15,378
12,484
3.40
24.6%
25.2%
12051 Hendry, FL
21.3%
36,210
31.4
63.7%
No
No
24.0%
20,265
17,023
14,288
3.44
24.1%
24.5%
12053 Hernando, FL
130,802
273.6
76.1%
No
Yes
5.3%
22,921
19,338
15,220
2.70
10.3%
11.5%
12055 Highlands, FL
87,366
84.9
66.6%
No
No
9.1%
20,505
17,263
14,901
2.70
15.2%
15.9%
998,948
950.5
94.4%
No
Yes
11.5%
27,458
23,586
20,228
3.07
12.5%
13.9%
20.3%
12057 Hillsborough, FL
12059 Holmes, FL
18,564
38.4
21.1%
No
No
1.7%
16,674
17,660
14,109
2.92
19.1%
112,947
224.5
91.8%
No
No
8.1%
35,623
20,383
16,761
2.72
9.3%
9.7%
12063 Jackson, FL
46,755
51.0
17.0%
No
No
1.5%
18,410
19,297
16,381
2.95
17.2%
19.2%
12065 Jefferson, FL
12,902
21.6
0.0%
No
No
1.2%
21,728
20,393
18,990
3.03
17.1%
17.6%
12067 Lafayette, FL
7,022
12.9
0.0%
No
No
6.6%
15,293
20,096
15,938
3.06
17.5%
20.7%
210,528
220.9
69.6%
No
Yes
5.1%
23,976
21,357
16,972
2.75
9.6%
10.8%
12061 Indian River, FL
12069 Lake, FL
12071 Lee, FL
440,888
548.4
88.5%
No
Yes
9.2%
26,655
21,720
18,332
2.73
9.7%
10.5%
12073 Leon, FL
239,452
359.0
85.6%
No
Yes
4.7%
26,564
20,591
17,282
2.95
18.2%
19.4%
12075 Levy, FL
34,450
30.8
0.0%
No
No
2.6%
17,942
18,138
14,894
2.88
18.6%
21.0%
7,021
8.4
0.0%
No
No
2.1%
15,547
20,317
18,038
3.00
19.9%
23.1%
12079 Madison, FL
18,733
27.1
22.8%
No
No
2.0%
16,833
17,911
15,912
3.06
23.1%
24.2%
12081 Manatee, FL
264,002
356.3
91.9%
No
Yes
8.4%
31,064
22,083
19,096
2.78
10.1%
11.1%
12083 Marion, FL
258,916
164.0
61.1%
No
Yes
5.2%
22,191
19,207
15,521
2.79
13.1%
14.2%
12085 Martin, FL
126,731
227.9
89.0%
No
Yes
8.1%
40,186
23,309
19,509
2.71
8.8%
9.2%
2,253,362 1,158.5
99.3%
No
Yes
50.9%
25,320
20,607
17,487
3.35
18.0%
19.6%
12077 Liberty, FL
12086 Miami-Dade, FL
12087 Monroe, FL
79,589
79.8
93.3%
No
No
14.7%
35,423
24,306
20,648
2.73
10.2%
11.3%
12089 Nassau, FL
57,663
88.4
49.5%
No
Yes
2.7%
28,189
25,058
18,046
2.97
9.1%
10.1%
170,498
182.2
88.0%
No
Yes
5.3%
26,501
21,169
15,701
2.94
8.8%
10.3%
35,910
46.4
57.5%
No
No
11.5%
17,725
17,857
14,644
3.07
16.0%
18.0%
12095 Orange, FL
896,344
987.2
96.6%
No
Yes
14.4%
26,668
22,145
18,859
3.14
12.1%
13.2%
12097 Osceola, FL
172,493
130.5
76.6%
No
Yes
14.0%
18,700
20,635
17,113
3.18
11.5%
12.6%
1,131,184
573.0
98.3%
No
Yes
17.4%
41,007
25,405
21,050
2.89
9.9%
10.8%
12101 Pasco, FL
344,765
462.8
85.2%
No
Yes
7.0%
24,153
20,957
17,149
2.77
10.7%
11.8%
12103 Pinellas, FL
921,482 3,291.0
99.9%
No
Yes
9.5%
31,321
23,062
20,366
2.77
10.0%
10.8%
12105 Polk, FL
483,924
258.1
79.8%
No
Yes
6.9%
23,285
21,026
16,989
2.96
12.9%
14.3%
70,423
97.5
45.6%
No
No
3.4%
18,665
18,927
15,113
2.95
20.9%
23.3%
12109 St. Johns, FL
123,135
202.2
76.8%
No
Yes
4.9%
40,635
25,531
20,092
2.90
8.0%
9.0%
12111 St. Lucie, FL
192,695
336.3
93.9%
No
Yes
10.5%
21,993
20,513
16,731
2.89
13.4%
14.2%
12113 Santa Rosa, FL
117,743
115.9
70.6%
No
Yes
3.0%
24,311
22,011
15,399
3.00
9.8%
10.6%
12115 Sarasota, FL
325,957
569.9
95.1%
No
Yes
9.3%
37,430
22,125
18,731
2.61
7.8%
8.4%
12117 Seminole, FL
365,196 1,185.7
96.0%
No
Yes
9.1%
31,358
26,235
21,321
3.07
7.4%
8.0%
12091 Okaloosa, FL
12093 Okeechobee, FL
12099 Palm Beach, FL
12107 Putnam, FL
12119 Sumter, FL
53,345
97.7
49.4%
No
No
5.5%
14,508
17,557
14,000
2.62
13.7%
14.5%
12121 Suwannee, FL
34,844
50.6
18.4%
No
No
4.7%
18,432
18,496
15,285
2.96
18.5%
20.1%
12123 Taylor, FL
19,256
18.5
33.9%
No
No
1.7%
18,730
18,470
12,870
2.95
18.0%
20.4%
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DEMOGRAPHICS
FIPS
Code
County Name
12125 Union, FL
1999
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000 Percent
Median Median Averg Pop
2000
Percent Per
Percent 2000
2000
Foreign Capita Earning Earning Family Below
Fem
Income Total
Urban Frontr Metro born
2000 Total Pop
Size, Poverty
($)
($)
($)
Population Density Pop
Total Level
Status Status Pop
1999
Percent
Fem
Pop
Below
Poverty
Level
13,442
56.0
47.4%
No
No
2.1%
12,462
20,753
18,173
3.13
14.0%
12127 Volusia, FL
443,343
400.9
90.7%
No
Yes
6.4%
22,574
20,024
16,304
2.82
11.6%
12.5%
12129 Wakulla, FL
22,863
37.7
0.0%
No
No
1.5%
22,556
23,020
19,429
2.99
11.3%
12.6%
12131 Walton, FL
40,601
38.4
20.6%
No
No
3.2%
17,384
19,080
15,432
2.83
14.4%
16.5%
12133 Washington, FL
20,973
36.2
17.3%
No
No
2.5%
17,321
17,508
13,972
2.93
19.2%
22.1%
8,186,453
141.3
71.7%
7.1%
27,794
24,111
19,649
3.14
13.0%
14.4%
17,419
34.2
29.9%
No
3.4%
17,852
18,760
13,905
3.04
18.6%
20.1%
13 GEORGIA
13001 Appling, GA
13003 Atkinson, GA
13005 Bacon, GA
13007 Baker, GA
No
15.4%
7,609
22.5
0.0%
No
No
12.1%
18,557
17,984
14,032
3.27
23.0%
25.1%
10,103
35.4
26.5%
No
No
1.6%
20,508
18,025
13,438
3.03
23.7%
25.4%
26.1%
4,074
11.9
0.0%
No
No
1.9%
18,919
16,769
13,535
3.20
23.4%
13009 Baldwin, GA
44,700
172.6
66.0%
No
No
1.9%
20,556
20,057
16,799
3.02
16.8%
18.3%
13011 Banks, GA
14,422
61.6
5.8%
No
No
2.1%
18,829
21,724
17,544
3.06
12.5%
12.8%
13013 Barrow, GA
46,144
284.8
46.9%
No
Yes
3.6%
20,289
24,951
18,902
3.17
8.3%
9.6%
13015 Bartow, GA
76,019
165.3
58.8%
No
Yes
2.5%
24,132
24,478
19,162
3.14
8.6%
9.6%
13017 Ben Hill, GA
17,484
69.4
65.2%
No
No
3.4%
22,547
17,901
13,636
3.09
22.3%
25.2%
20.8%
13019 Berrien, GA
13021 Bibb, GA
13023 Bleckley, GA
16,235
35.8
25.3%
No
No
1.4%
19,449
19,305
15,607
3.03
17.7%
153,887
615.5
85.2%
No
Yes
1.9%
28,097
21,774
17,576
3.06
19.1%
21.3%
11,666
53.8
47.4%
No
No
1.4%
22,280
21,050
16,305
3.02
15.9%
18.3%
13025 Brantley, GA
14,629
32.9
1.1%
No
No
0.9%
17,503
20,764
15,042
3.06
15.6%
17.9%
13027 Brooks, GA
16,450
33.3
29.7%
No
No
1.7%
18,763
17,182
13,758
3.11
23.4%
26.0%
13029 Bryan, GA
23,417
53.0
39.5%
No
Yes
2.5%
23,560
26,774
18,937
3.22
11.7%
13.5%
13031 Bulloch, GA
55,983
82.0
48.5%
No
No
3.1%
18,524
15,104
11,269
3.08
24.5%
26.1%
13033 Burke, GA
22,243
26.8
24.7%
No
No
0.8%
18,698
18,450
15,118
3.27
28.7%
33.3%
13035 Butts, GA
19,522
104.4
22.6%
No
No
0.9%
20,396
21,738
17,378
3.15
11.5%
13.7%
13037 Calhoun, GA
6,320
22.6
0.0%
No
No
1.9%
17,258
15,546
13,612
3.15
26.5%
28.2%
13039 Camden, GA
43,664
69.3
64.2%
No
No
2.3%
19,020
22,336
16,170
3.22
10.1%
11.8%
13043 Candler, GA
9,577
38.8
27.8%
No
No
6.1%
19,833
16,964
14,052
3.17
26.1%
29.9%
13045 Carroll, GA
87,268
174.9
47.2%
No
Yes
2.9%
21,668
21,345
15,926
3.09
13.7%
15.3%
13047 Catoosa, GA
53,282
328.9
71.0%
No
Yes
1.7%
20,684
22,733
19,646
3.00
9.4%
11.0%
23.3%
13049 Charlton, GA
10,282
13.2
38.4%
No
No
0.9%
16,430
18,470
13,564
3.20
20.9%
13051 Chatham, GA
232,048
527.4
94.5%
No
Yes
4.0%
28,364
21,578
17,162
3.05
15.6%
17.3%
14,882
59.8
78.6%
No
Yes
6.0%
27,274
17,233
14,423
3.64
10.6%
11.5%
16.0%
13053 Chattahoochee, GA
13055 Chattooga, GA
25,470
81.1
43.7%
No
No
1.9%
18,340
20,679
17,593
2.94
14.3%
13057 Cherokee, GA
141,903
334.7
74.8%
No
Yes
5.8%
28,600
30,356
22,189
3.18
5.3%
5.9%
13059 Clarke, GA
101,489
838.8
91.3%
No
Yes
8.4%
23,382
12,679
10,781
2.95
28.3%
30.0%
3,357
17.2
0.0%
No
No
0.7%
18,572
15,833
12,474
2.99
31.3%
34.9%
236,517 1,654.0
98.8%
No
Yes
10.9%
21,570
24,486
21,380
3.30
10.1%
10.8%
25.1%
13061 Clay, GA
13063 Clayton, GA
13065 Clinch, GA
13067 Cobb, GA
8.5
41.8%
No
No
1.4%
17,784
18,528
14,872
3.09
23.4%
607,751 1,787.5
6,878
99.5%
No
Yes
11.6%
37,665
30,912
25,732
3.14
6.5%
6.9%
62.5
33.1%
No
No
5.4%
20,648
19,185
15,746
3.14
19.1%
21.3%
21.5%
13069 Coffee, GA
37,413
13071 Colquitt, GA
42,053
76.2
36.5%
No
No
6.5%
19,165
17,884
14,825
3.12
19.8%
13073 Columbia, GA
89,288
307.9
73.8%
No
Yes
4.8%
26,080
28,237
20,081
3.18
5.1%
6.2%
13075 Cook, GA
15,771
68.9
41.1%
No
No
2.3%
18,474
18,135
12,928
3.12
20.7%
23.4%
13077 Coweta, GA
89,215
201.4
54.4%
No
Yes
3.7%
26,410
27,685
20,963
3.17
7.8%
8.6%
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HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
DEMOGRAPHICS
FIPS
Code
County Name
2000 Total
Population
1999
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000 Percent
Median Median Averg Pop
2000
Percent Per
Percent 2000
2000
Foreign Capita Earning Earning Family Below
Fem
Income Total
Pop
Urban Frontr Metro born
Size, Poverty
($)
($)
($)
Density Pop
Total Level
Status Status Pop
1999
Percent
Fem
Pop
Below
Poverty
Level
13079 Crawford, GA
12,495
38.4
0.0%
No
No
0.5%
16,762
22,144
17,193
3.14
15.4%
17.4%
13081 Crisp, GA
21,996
80.3
58.7%
No
No
2.1%
19,499
18,329
13,602
3.10
29.3%
32.5%
13083 Dade, GA
15,154
87.1
20.2%
No
Yes
1.4%
20,072
20,651
13,787
2.97
9.7%
11.0%
13085 Dawson, GA
15,999
75.8
0.0%
No
No
1.4%
25,462
25,146
19,471
2.98
7.6%
8.6%
13087 Decatur, GA
28,240
47.3
42.0%
No
No
2.3%
19,630
19,093
15,698
3.14
22.7%
25.5%
13089 DeKalb, GA
99.6%
No
Yes
15.2%
32,630
26,435
24,974
3.20
10.8%
11.4%
13091 Dodge, GA
19,171
38.3
29.1%
No
No
1.4%
18,322
19,363
16,303
3.02
17.4%
19.3%
13093 Dooly, GA
11,525
29.3
23.3%
No
No
1.5%
18,656
18,337
15,467
3.14
22.1%
23.5%
13095 Dougherty, GA
96,065
291.1
86.5%
No
Yes
1.7%
23,672
19,271
15,639
3.13
24.8%
26.9%
13097 Douglas, GA
92,174
463.2
79.9%
No
Yes
3.9%
25,234
27,131
21,416
3.17
7.8%
8.6%
13099 Early, GA
12,354
24.2
37.3%
No
No
0.7%
20,921
16,937
13,425
3.13
25.7%
27.0%
27.6%
13101 Echols, GA
665,865 2,484.6
3,754
9.3
0.0%
No
No
12.6%
12,964
16,560
13,974
3.26
28.7%
13103 Effingham, GA
37,535
78.2
22.8%
No
Yes
1.3%
23,016
25,986
16,643
3.18
9.3%
10.4%
13105 Elbert, GA
20,511
55.6
31.3%
No
No
1.9%
21,004
19,146
14,868
3.01
17.3%
18.5%
13107 Emanuel, GA
21,837
31.8
29.9%
No
No
4.1%
18,652
17,183
13,430
3.10
27.4%
29.9%
13109 Evans, GA
10,495
56.7
38.5%
No
No
4.3%
19,983
15,713
12,215
3.10
27.0%
30.1%
13111 Fannin, GA
19,798
51.3
0.0%
No
No
1.1%
19,109
19,307
15,346
2.80
12.4%
13.6%
13113 Fayette, GA
91,263
463.3
78.1%
No
Yes
5.0%
34,762
35,145
24,409
3.20
2.6%
3.1%
13115 Floyd, GA
90,565
176.5
65.2%
No
No
5.2%
23,887
20,912
16,319
3.02
14.4%
16.1%
13117 Forsyth, GA
98,407
435.4
65.9%
No
Yes
6.0%
34,608
32,028
24,353
3.12
5.5%
5.8%
13119 Franklin, GA
20,285
77.1
10.8%
No
No
1.2%
22,306
20,283
15,303
2.96
13.9%
16.2%
816,006 1,542.5
17.3%
13121 Fulton, GA
97.9%
No
Yes
9.6%
44,838
27,150
22,992
3.15
15.7%
23,456
54.9
14.6%
No
No
5.8%
17,315
20,746
15,995
2.96
12.5%
13.5%
2,556
17.8
0.0%
No
No
0.0%
20,179
21,480
13,571
2.94
17.2%
20.4%
13127 Glynn, GA
67,568
160.1
76.7%
No
No
3.3%
29,511
21,856
17,153
2.95
15.1%
17.6%
13129 Gordon, GA
44,104
124.2
34.2%
No
No
6.4%
21,844
21,785
17,352
3.08
9.9%
11.2%
13131 Grady, GA
23,659
51.7
38.1%
No
No
3.9%
18,133
17,498
13,865
3.08
21.3%
24.1%
14,406
37.1
18.3%
No
No
2.6%
21,081
19,121
14,836
3.02
22.3%
25.4%
588,448 1,359.0
97.5%
No
Yes
16.9%
32,268
30,295
24,903
3.28
5.7%
5.7%
35.1%
No
No
7.8%
21,974
21,138
16,890
2.98
12.2%
12.9%
13123 Gilmer, GA
13125 Glascock, GA
13133 Greene, GA
13135 Gwinnett, GA
13137 Habersham, GA
13139 Hall, GA
35,902
129.1
139,277
353.5
67.0%
No
No
16.2%
24,555
22,318
18,370
3.26
12.4%
13.5%
13141 Hancock, GA
10,076
21.3
39.4%
No
No
0.3%
15,675
15,985
13,945
3.22
29.4%
32.4%
13143 Haralson, GA
25,690
91.1
17.0%
No
No
0.9%
20,615
21,089
15,847
3.03
15.5%
15.9%
13145 Harris, GA
23,695
51.1
2.9%
No
Yes
1.9%
27,124
26,230
21,496
3.02
8.2%
8.6%
13147 Hart, GA
22,997
99.1
24.3%
No
No
1.3%
21,628
20,334
16,050
2.92
14.8%
16.7%
15.2%
13149 Heard, GA
11,012
37.2
0.0%
No
No
0.7%
16,944
23,088
17,120
3.12
13.6%
13151 Henry, GA
119,341
369.5
72.1%
No
Yes
3.4%
23,624
30,334
23,030
3.19
4.9%
5.6%
13153 Houston, GA
110,765
293.8
84.9%
No
Yes
3.4%
23,682
24,236
18,222
3.10
10.2%
11.8%
13155 Irwin, GA
13157 Jackson, GA
9,931
27.8
31.6%
No
No
1.3%
19,635
20,069
16,181
3.07
17.8%
22.0%
41,589
121.6
12.0%
No
No
2.5%
22,208
22,526
16,783
3.10
12.0%
13.7%
13159 Jasper, GA
11,426
30.8
0.0%
No
No
2.1%
21,106
21,757
16,204
3.14
14.2%
16.1%
13161 Jeff Davis, GA
12,684
38.1
31.0%
No
No
3.8%
19,373
19,399
13,551
3.02
19.4%
22.1%
13163 Jefferson, GA
17,266
32.7
18.5%
No
No
0.5%
19,264
17,924
13,643
3.17
23.0%
25.0%
8,575
24.5
36.0%
No
No
0.9%
18,268
18,430
13,653
3.16
28.4%
29.9%
13165 Jenkins, GA
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DEMOGRAPHICS
FIPS
Code
County Name
13167 Johnson, GA
2000 Total
Population
2000
2000
Percent
Percent 2000
2000
Foreign
Pop
Urban Frontr Metro born
Density Pop
Status Status Pop
2000
Per
Capita
Income
($)
1999
2000
2000
2000 Percent
Median Median Averg Pop
Earning Earning Family Below
Fem
Total
Size, Poverty
($)
($)
Total Level
1999
Percent
Fem
Pop
Below
Poverty
Level
8,560
28.2
0.0%
No
No
0.2%
18,713
19,100
14,393
3.06
22.6%
25.7%
13169 Jones, GA
23,639
60.0
18.4%
No
Yes
1.0%
22,831
25,648
20,606
3.09
10.2%
12.0%
13171 Lamar, GA
15,912
86.0
42.9%
No
No
1.0%
18,284
20,721
16,303
3.05
11.2%
13.3%
13173 Lanier, GA
7,241
38.7
6.0%
No
No
1.1%
18,201
20,055
15,581
3.12
18.5%
23.1%
13175 Laurens, GA
44,874
55.2
42.9%
No
No
1.1%
21,597
20,475
16,234
3.06
18.4%
21.3%
13177 Lee, GA
24,757
69.5
50.4%
No
Yes
1.7%
20,019
25,348
19,439
3.21
8.2%
8.7%
13179 Liberty, GA
61,610
118.7
80.1%
No
No
5.7%
16,494
19,345
13,930
3.29
15.0%
16.8%
13181 Lincoln, GA
8,348
39.6
0.0%
No
No
0.7%
20,034
20,594
15,887
3.01
15.3%
16.8%
13183 Long, GA
10,304
25.7
10.2%
No
No
5.4%
12,374
18,863
12,506
3.28
19.5%
23.1%
13185 Lowndes, GA
92,115
182.8
67.9%
No
No
2.7%
21,759
18,952
13,721
3.14
18.3%
21.4%
13187 Lumpkin, GA
21,016
73.7
14.2%
No
No
2.9%
22,279
20,349
14,640
3.04
13.2%
14.6%
13189 McDuffie, GA
21,231
81.7
37.9%
No
Yes
0.6%
21,833
20,758
15,125
3.08
18.4%
21.2%
13191 McIntosh, GA
10,847
25.0
26.5%
No
No
1.0%
16,214
17,199
13,668
3.00
18.7%
21.5%
13193 Macon, GA
14,074
34.9
42.1%
No
No
1.8%
19,181
17,644
13,547
3.25
25.8%
28.0%
13195 Madison, GA
25,730
90.6
4.0%
No
Yes
2.0%
21,314
22,671
18,043
3.04
11.6%
12.8%
7,144
19.5
0.0%
No
No
5.0%
16,274
19,703
16,378
3.12
22.4%
22.9%
22,534
44.8
17.1%
No
No
0.7%
20,622
20,289
16,661
3.18
17.8%
19.8%
13197 Marion, GA
13199 Meriwether, GA
13201 Miller, GA
6,383
22.6
0.0%
No
No
0.4%
22,175
17,336
14,228
3.03
21.2%
24.8%
13205 Mitchell, GA
23,932
46.7
46.8%
No
No
1.6%
19,341
17,701
15,315
3.19
26.4%
29.9%
13207 Monroe, GA
21,757
54.9
25.1%
No
No
1.0%
20,252
22,060
16,568
3.12
9.8%
10.8%
8,270
33.8
1.7%
No
No
3.9%
18,222
17,965
13,783
3.08
19.9%
22.4%
15,457
44.2
22.8%
No
No
1.1%
25,323
21,885
16,295
3.15
10.9%
12.1%
13209 Montgomery, GA
13211 Morgan, GA
13213 Murray, GA
13215 Muscogee, GA
36,506
106.1
26.4%
No
No
3.6%
17,994
22,386
19,351
3.10
12.7%
14.0%
186,291
862.5
97.5%
No
Yes
4.7%
25,715
20,717
16,881
3.08
15.7%
17.6%
11.3%
13217 Newton, GA
62,001
224.6
55.7%
No
Yes
2.5%
22,125
25,718
19,770
3.14
10.0%
13219 Oconee, GA
26,225
141.0
49.7%
No
Yes
4.4%
24,996
26,417
20,991
3.21
6.5%
7.6%
13221 Oglethorpe, GA
12,635
28.7
0.1%
No
No
0.8%
19,550
22,061
17,391
3.05
13.2%
14.7%
13223 Paulding, GA
81,678
260.1
60.1%
No
Yes
2.1%
17,458
28,094
21,252
3.20
5.5%
6.1%
13225 Peach, GA
23,668
156.7
63.6%
No
Yes
3.8%
23,494
19,773
14,506
3.14
20.2%
22.4%
13227 Pickens, GA
22,983
99.1
21.8%
No
Yes
2.0%
24,156
23,204
17,966
2.91
9.2%
10.2%
13229 Pierce, GA
15,636
45.6
22.5%
No
No
2.1%
21,223
18,738
13,249
3.06
18.4%
20.4%
13231 Pike, GA
13,688
62.8
0.0%
No
No
1.0%
20,233
23,931
17,744
3.18
9.6%
10.7%
13233 Polk, GA
38,127
122.6
48.3%
No
No
6.0%
20,252
20,351
16,193
3.09
15.5%
16.7%
13235 Pulaski, GA
9,588
38.8
41.5%
No
No
2.6%
20,938
19,387
15,478
3.04
16.4%
19.7%
13237 Putnam, GA
18,812
54.5
25.0%
No
No
2.5%
22,259
20,891
16,845
2.90
14.6%
16.9%
13239 Quitman, GA
2,598
17.1
40.2%
No
No
0.7%
17,675
18,849
15,645
2.95
21.9%
25.2%
15,050
40.6
0.0%
No
No
4.1%
21,491
20,485
16,282
2.82
11.1%
11.6%
13243 Randolph, GA
7,791
18.2
47.7%
No
No
0.7%
19,025
16,864
12,242
3.20
27.7%
31.9%
13245 Richmond, GA
199,775
616.6
92.2%
No
Yes
3.4%
23,685
19,731
16,494
3.13
19.6%
21.5%
13247 Rockdale, GA
70,111
535.2
84.9%
No
Yes
7.6%
26,516
27,082
21,291
3.20
8.2%
8.7%
3,766
22.4
0.0%
No
No
1.8%
20,555
20,940
17,194
3.11
19.9%
21.6%
13251 Screven, GA
15,374
23.7
16.6%
No
No
1.7%
18,396
19,324
14,067
3.14
20.1%
22.3%
13253 Seminole, GA
9,369
39.4
27.9%
No
No
1.1%
21,656
18,835
15,804
3.01
23.2%
25.5%
13255 Spalding, GA
58,417
295.0
59.9%
No
Yes
2.2%
22,938
21,542
16,997
3.12
15.5%
17.5%
13241 Rabun, GA
13249 Schley, GA
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FIPS
Code
2000 Total
County Name Population
2000
2000
Percent
Percent 2000
2000
Foreign
Pop
Urban Frontr Metro born
Density Pop
Status Status Pop
2000
Per
Capita
Income
($)
1999
2000
2000
2000 Percent
Median Median Averg Pop
Earning Earning Family Below
Fem
Total
Size, Poverty
($)
($)
Total Level
1999
Percent
Fem
Pop
Below
Poverty
Level
13253 Seminole, GA
9,369
39.4
27.9%
No
No
1.1%
21,656
18,835
15,804
3.01
23.2%
25.5%
13255 Spalding, GA
58,417
295.0
59.9%
No
Yes
2.2%
22,938
21,542
16,997
3.12
15.5%
17.5%
13257 Stephens, GA
25,435
142.1
40.0%
No
No
1.4%
22,302
19,477
15,315
2.94
15.1%
16.8%
13259 Stewart, GA
5,252
11.4
0.0%
No
No
1.6%
20,463
17,167
14,476
3.07
22.2%
24.0%
13261 Sumter, GA
33,200
68.5
56.5%
No
No
2.0%
21,526
18,728
15,258
3.15
21.4%
24.0%
13263 Talbot, GA
6,498
16.5
0.0%
No
No
0.7%
17,054
19,165
16,415
3.06
24.2%
27.8%
13265 Taliaferro, GA
2,077
10.7
0.0%
No
No
0.5%
15,708
20,632
16,417
3.00
23.4%
26.6%
13267 Tattnall, GA
22,305
46.1
21.7%
No
No
5.8%
17,762
18,632
14,576
3.12
23.9%
25.1%
13269 Taylor, GA
8,815
23.3
0.0%
No
No
1.0%
18,231
19,385
15,482
3.12
26.0%
29.7%
13271 Telfair, GA
11,794
26.7
42.5%
No
No
1.1%
17,823
19,015
15,313
3.01
21.2%
23.0%
13273 Terrell, GA
10,970
32.6
46.3%
No
No
1.7%
17,762
17,098
15,643
3.18
28.6%
31.8%
13275 Thomas, GA
42,737
78.0
49.0%
No
No
1.4%
24,459
19,993
16,681
3.06
17.4%
19.4%
13277 Tift, GA
38,407
144.9
56.0%
No
No
5.5%
22,852
18,908
15,152
3.10
19.9%
22.9%
13279 Toombs, GA
26,067
71.0
49.0%
No
No
5.9%
19,941
17,449
13,664
3.13
23.9%
25.5%
13281 Towns, GA
9,319
55.8
0.0%
No
No
2.7%
22,091
17,278
12,309
2.61
11.8%
12.2%
13283 Treutlen, GA
6,854
34.1
44.6%
No
No
1.9%
14,829
17,673
14,740
3.05
26.3%
29.6%
13285 Troup, GA
58,779
142.0
57.3%
No
No
2.0%
26,311
21,699
17,342
3.12
14.8%
16.8%
13287 Turner, GA
9,504
33.2
52.7%
No
No
2.4%
17,586
16,280
13,367
3.19
26.7%
30.7%
13289 Twiggs, GA
10,590
29.4
0.0%
No
Yes
0.8%
16,572
21,117
15,619
3.20
19.7%
21.9%
13291 Union, GA
17,289
53.5
0.0%
No
No
1.3%
21,297
19,170
15,135
2.77
12.5%
13.6%
13293 Upson, GA
27,597
84.7
54.2%
No
No
2.0%
20,347
20,568
16,096
3.01
14.7%
17.1%
13295 Walker, GA
61,053
136.9
56.5%
No
Yes
1.0%
21,250
21,183
16,406
2.98
12.5%
14.5%
13297 Walton, GA
60,687
184.5
42.2%
No
Yes
2.0%
19,855
26,053
18,807
3.16
9.7%
11.3%
13299 Ware, GA
35,483
39.3
71.6%
No
No
1.8%
20,479
18,269
14,870
3.01
20.5%
22.3%
13301 Warren, GA
6,336
22.2
0.0%
No
No
0.5%
17,695
17,655
13,289
3.09
27.0%
30.5%
13303 Washington, GA
21,176
31.1
33.8%
No
No
0.5%
22,365
20,054
13,368
3.17
22.9%
26.9%
13305 Wayne, GA
26,565
41.2
48.2%
No
No
1.5%
19,646
21,242
14,348
3.06
16.7%
18.0%
13307 Webster, GA
2,390
11.4
0.0%
No
No
2.0%
18,658
17,278
14,199
3.07
19.3%
23.7%
13309 Wheeler, GA
6,179
20.7
0.0%
No
No
1.9%
15,000
19,533
15,962
3.08
25.3%
28.4%
13311 White, GA
19,944
82.4
0.0%
No
No
2.0%
21,683
20,822
16,873
2.91
10.5%
12.8%
13313 Whitfield, GA
83,525
288.0
68.4%
No
No
16.6%
27,559
22,158
18,891
3.24
11.5%
12.0%
13315 Wilcox, GA
8,577
22.6
0.0%
No
No
0.8%
17,072
20,127
14,931
3.09
21.0%
23.6%
13317 Wilkes, GA
10,687
22.7
33.2%
No
No
1.3%
21,923
20,344
15,821
2.98
17.5%
20.6%
13319 Wilkinson, GA
10,220
22.9
0.0%
No
No
1.4%
22,046
20,838
16,111
3.13
17.9%
19.2%
13321 Worth, GA
21,967
38.5
30.0%
No
No
1.0%
19,483
21,155
15,357
3.12
18.5%
21.5%
4,041,769
101.7
55.7%
2.0%
24,085
20,951
16,163
2.97
15.8%
17.2%
17,244
42.4
25.4%
0.6%
16,676
15,277
12,176
2.93
24.0%
25.5%
19.5%
21 KENTUCKY
21001 Adair, KY
No
No
21003 Allen, KY
17,800
51.4
22.6%
No
No
0.8%
16,836
21,115
17,096
2.99
17.3%
21005 Anderson, KY
19,111
94.1
50.9%
No
No
0.9%
23,851
25,025
19,520
2.99
7.5%
8.8%
8,286
33.0
0.0%
No
No
0.8%
25,273
20,489
13,484
2.85
13.6%
16.0%
21007 Ballard, KY
21009 Barren, KY
38,033
77.5
35.9%
No
No
1.2%
22,182
20,070
15,423
2.91
15.6%
17.5%
21011 Bath, KY
11,085
39.7
0.0%
No
No
0.7%
17,876
19,089
16,257
2.93
21.9%
23.6%
21013 Bell, KY
30,060
83.3
37.0%
No
No
0.7%
16,436
16,535
12,986
2.95
31.1%
33.5%
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DEMOGRAPHICS
FIPS
Code
2000 Total
County Name Population
2000
2000
Percent
Percent 2000
2000
Foreign
Pop
Urban Frontr Metro born
Density Pop
Status Status Pop
2000
Per
Capita
Income
($)
1999
2000
2000
2000 Percent
Median Median Averg Pop
Earning Earning Family Below
Fem
Total
Size, Poverty
($)
($)
Total Level
1999
Percent
Fem
Pop
Below
Poverty
Level
21015 Boone, KY
85,991
349.6
75.3%
No
Yes
3.0%
28,776
27,108
20,259
3.17
5.6%
6.5%
21017 Bourbon, KY
19,360
66.5
54.9%
No
Yes
2.0%
29,526
21,217
17,831
2.95
14.0%
16.2%
21019 Boyd, KY
49,752
311.0
74.3%
No
Yes
1.1%
25,265
20,505
14,566
2.86
15.5%
17.1%
21021 Boyle, KY
27,697
152.2
63.2%
No
No
1.8%
24,531
19,879
15,730
2.87
11.9%
13.7%
21023 Bracken, KY
8,279
40.8
0.0%
No
No
0.3%
18,652
20,702
14,839
3.00
10.8%
12.9%
21025 Breathitt, KY
16,100
32.5
20.4%
No
No
0.4%
15,607
15,496
12,026
3.00
33.2%
35.6%
21027 Breckinridge, KY
18,648
32.6
0.0%
No
No
0.5%
17,530
19,069
12,843
2.97
15.8%
17.1%
21029 Bullitt, KY
61,236
204.8
64.6%
No
Yes
0.6%
23,025
24,151
17,402
3.07
7.9%
9.4%
21031 Butler, KY
13,010
30.4
0.0%
No
No
1.8%
16,837
17,775
14,150
2.98
16.0%
18.5%
21033 Caldwell, KY
13,060
37.6
48.6%
No
No
0.5%
21,577
18,605
13,634
2.85
15.9%
19.0%
21035 Calloway, KY
34,177
88.5
47.6%
No
No
2.7%
23,610
15,541
11,508
2.79
16.6%
18.1%
21037 Campbell, KY
88,616
583.0
84.3%
No
Yes
1.4%
25,047
24,857
19,600
3.09
9.3%
10.7%
21039 Carlisle, KY
5,351
27.7
0.0%
No
No
0.2%
23,309
17,667
13,500
2.88
13.1%
14.6%
21041 Carroll, KY
10,155
78.1
49.0%
No
No
1.9%
21,766
20,104
13,795
2.98
14.9%
16.7%
21043 Carter, KY
26,889
65.4
17.8%
No
Yes
0.4%
17,733
17,119
11,965
2.95
22.3%
23.5%
21045 Casey, KY
15,447
34.6
0.0%
No
No
1.2%
16,382
16,422
14,204
2.94
25.5%
26.5%
21047 Christian, KY
72,265
100.2
72.6%
No
Yes
2.5%
19,586
18,875
14,397
3.12
15.0%
16.8%
21049 Clark, KY
33,144
130.5
66.6%
No
Yes
1.0%
25,355
22,167
16,752
2.95
10.6%
12.0%
21051 Clay, KY
40.7%
24,556
52.1
19.1%
No
No
0.7%
14,256
15,287
13,298
3.06
39.7%
21053 Clinton, KY
9,634
48.7
0.0%
No
No
0.8%
18,265
14,604
12,202
2.85
25.8%
27.6%
21055 Crittenden, KY
9,384
25.9
29.6%
No
No
0.4%
17,536
20,679
13,128
2.93
19.1%
21.0%
21057 Cumberland, KY
7,147
23.4
0.0%
No
No
0.3%
15,953
15,074
13,558
2.89
23.8%
27.2%
21059 Daviess, KY
91,545
198.1
73.8%
No
Yes
1.0%
24,238
20,904
15,800
3.00
12.3%
13.7%
21061 Edmonson, KY
11,644
38.4
0.0%
No
No
0.4%
15,707
16,084
11,519
2.88
18.4%
20.9%
21063 Elliott, KY
6,748
28.8
0.0%
No
No
0.2%
12,400
16,334
12,725
3.02
25.9%
26.6%
21065 Estill, KY
15,307
60.3
27.5%
No
No
0.3%
17,692
17,124
13,594
2.94
26.4%
28.2%
260,512
914.1
95.7%
No
Yes
5.9%
31,218
22,120
18,855
2.90
12.9%
13.7%
21067 Fayette, KY
21069 Fleming, KY
13,792
39.3
20.4%
No
No
0.2%
17,305
18,308
15,556
2.99
18.6%
18.6%
21071 Floyd, KY
42,441
107.7
12.5%
No
No
0.6%
17,880
18,263
12,851
2.93
30.3%
31.9%
21073 Franklin, KY
47,687
226.0
73.6%
No
No
1.9%
29,145
23,540
20,293
2.86
10.7%
12.4%
21075 Fulton, KY
7,752
37.1
36.2%
No
No
0.4%
22,144
17,296
12,122
2.92
23.1%
26.6%
21077 Gallatin, KY
7,870
79.5
0.0%
No
Yes
0.4%
17,399
21,507
17,129
3.11
13.4%
15.0%
21079 Garrard, KY
14,792
64.0
26.7%
No
No
1.6%
18,072
20,016
16,313
2.95
14.7%
16.3%
21081 Grant, KY
22,384
86.1
22.2%
No
Yes
1.0%
19,191
22,598
17,323
3.10
11.1%
12.6%
21083 Graves, KY
37,028
66.6
30.2%
No
No
2.1%
20,785
18,561
12,942
2.92
16.4%
18.3%
21085 Grayson, KY
24,053
47.7
22.5%
No
No
0.6%
18,123
18,015
13,320
2.91
18.1%
20.3%
21087 Green, KY
11,518
39.9
0.0%
No
No
0.7%
15,842
16,451
12,118
2.87
18.4%
20.3%
21089 Greenup, KY
36,891
106.6
61.3%
No
Yes
0.6%
20,421
20,392
14,076
2.91
14.1%
15.9%
21091 Hancock, KY
8,392
44.4
11.0%
No
No
0.8%
25,539
22,228
14,763
3.01
13.6%
15.2%
21093 Hardin, KY
94,174
150.0
63.7%
No
No
4.5%
22,164
21,117
15,771
3.07
10.0%
11.3%
21095 Harlan, KY
33,202
71.1
47.7%
No
No
0.6%
16,069
15,879
11,920
3.00
32.5%
34.1%
21097 Harrison, KY
17,983
58.0
36.1%
No
No
1.2%
20,972
21,311
16,145
2.99
12.0%
13.2%
21099 Hart, KY
17,445
41.9
12.8%
No
No
0.6%
16,673
17,646
14,193
3.05
22.4%
23.5%
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DEMOGRAPHICS
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Code
2000 Total
County Name Population
2000
2000
Percent
Percent 2000
2000
Foreign
Pop
Urban Frontr Metro born
Density Pop
Status Status Pop
2000
Per
Capita
Income
($)
1999
2000
2000
2000 Percent
Median Median Averg Pop
Earning Earning Family Below
Fem
Total
Size, Poverty
($)
($)
Total Level
1999
Percent
Fem
Pop
Below
Poverty
Level
21101 Henderson, KY
44,829
101.9
59.2%
No
Yes
1.1%
25,401
21,721
16,614
2.93
12.3%
14.2%
21103 Henry, KY
15,060
52.1
0.0%
No
No
1.4%
21,601
21,237
16,382
2.97
13.7%
14.6%
21105 Hickman, KY
5,262
21.5
0.0%
No
No
0.6%
29,170
19,164
13,799
2.82
17.4%
19.6%
21107 Hopkins, KY
46,519
84.4
54.2%
No
No
0.6%
21,092
19,192
14,213
2.91
16.5%
17.9%
13,495
39.0
0.0%
No
No
0.4%
14,842
14,947
11,962
2.96
30.2%
31.2%
693,604 1,801.6
98.2%
No
Yes
3.4%
31,934
23,504
19,558
2.97
12.4%
13.6%
21109 Jackson, KY
21111 Jefferson, KY
21113 Jessamine, KY
39,041
225.7
69.4%
No
Yes
1.8%
24,118
20,616
16,053
3.05
10.5%
12.0%
21115 Johnson, KY
23,445
89.5
25.5%
No
No
0.5%
17,703
18,765
13,201
2.93
26.6%
28.3%
10.2%
21117 Kenton, KY
151,464
929.2
92.6%
No
Yes
1.6%
28,086
25,526
20,227
3.11
9.0%
21119 Knott, KY
17,649
50.1
0.0%
No
No
0.4%
16,168
18,336
12,639
3.00
31.1%
33.3%
21121 Knox, KY
31,795
81.9
29.5%
No
No
0.4%
16,102
15,217
11,489
3.01
34.8%
36.0%
21123 Larue, KY
13,373
50.8
23.3%
No
No
0.4%
21,832
19,635
15,214
2.94
15.4%
17.2%
21125 Laurel, KY
52,715
120.9
32.5%
No
No
0.8%
19,918
17,637
12,896
2.97
21.3%
22.8%
21127 Lawrence, KY
15,569
37.2
22.0%
No
No
0.1%
15,553
17,192
11,792
3.02
30.7%
30.6%
32.5%
21129 Lee, KY
7,916
37.7
0.0%
No
No
0.2%
15,326
15,419
13,283
2.91
30.4%
21131 Leslie, KY
12,401
30.7
0.0%
No
No
0.2%
16,586
16,231
11,485
2.94
32.7%
34.8%
21133 Letcher, KY
25,277
74.6
0.3%
No
No
0.4%
16,677
16,727
11,809
2.94
27.1%
27.6%
21135 Lewis, KY
14,092
29.1
0.0%
No
No
0.1%
13,421
15,904
12,225
2.98
28.5%
29.3%
21137 Lincoln, KY
23,361
69.3
19.6%
No
No
0.7%
18,284
18,246
14,745
2.95
21.1%
23.1%
21139 Livingston, KY
21141 Logan, KY
21143 Lyon, KY
9,804
31.0
0.0%
No
No
0.2%
23,216
19,916
14,202
2.86
10.3%
11.4%
26,573
47.8
25.2%
No
No
0.8%
20,696
20,324
15,115
2.96
15.5%
17.5%
8,080
37.4
0.0%
No
No
0.8%
16,630
21,618
15,162
2.70
12.7%
14.7%
21145 McCracken, KY
65,514
261.0
71.4%
No
No
0.9%
27,924
21,018
15,050
2.86
15.1%
16.9%
21147 McCreary, KY
17,080
39.9
0.0%
No
No
0.5%
13,691
13,967
11,091
3.03
32.2%
33.8%
21149 McLean, KY
9,938
39.1
0.0%
No
No
0.7%
25,158
18,834
14,481
2.93
16.0%
16.7%
21151 Madison, KY
70,872
160.7
58.6%
No
Yes
1.5%
21,203
17,381
12,374
2.90
16.8%
18.5%
21153 Magoffin, KY
13,332
43.0
0.0%
No
No
0.2%
14,508
18,131
11,245
3.04
36.6%
38.6%
21155 Marion, KY
18,212
52.5
30.2%
No
No
1.2%
19,765
18,229
14,610
3.06
18.6%
19.9%
21157 Marshall, KY
30,125
98.8
13.9%
No
No
0.8%
23,197
21,603
15,459
2.83
9.5%
11.0%
21159 Martin, KY
12,578
54.5
0.0%
No
No
0.1%
16,105
16,165
10,867
3.05
37.0%
38.6%
21161 Mason, KY
16,800
69.7
49.5%
No
No
1.4%
21,898
19,506
15,669
2.92
16.8%
18.8%
21163 Meade, KY
26,349
85.3
16.8%
No
No
2.0%
21,551
21,664
15,184
3.15
11.3%
13.3%
21165 Menifee, KY
6,556
32.1
0.0%
No
No
0.4%
14,703
16,510
13,407
2.88
29.6%
31.3%
21167 Mercer, KY
20,817
82.9
40.5%
No
No
1.7%
23,444
21,093
16,759
2.93
12.9%
15.4%
21169 Metcalfe, KY
10,037
34.5
0.0%
No
No
0.2%
16,523
15,456
12,871
2.93
23.6%
24.6%
21171 Monroe, KY
11,756
35.5
0.0%
No
No
1.4%
18,542
15,445
12,053
2.94
23.4%
26.1%
21173 Montgomery, KY
22,554
113.3
45.0%
No
No
0.5%
20,673
20,220
15,162
2.93
15.2%
17.2%
21175 Morgan, KY
13,948
36.6
20.7%
No
No
0.7%
13,146
15,876
12,146
2.97
27.2%
28.4%
21177 Muhlenberg, KY
31,839
67.0
32.0%
No
No
0.3%
19,480
18,478
12,855
2.90
19.7%
21.3%
21179 Nelson, KY
37,477
88.6
37.4%
No
No
1.2%
23,595
21,725
16,404
3.08
12.2%
13.7%
21181 Nicholas, KY
6,813
34.6
0.0%
No
No
0.5%
18,497
19,897
18,222
2.92
13.2%
14.1%
21183 Ohio, KY
22,916
38.6
25.1%
No
No
0.7%
17,041
18,345
12,836
2.98
17.3%
18.4%
21185 Oldham, KY
46,178
244.3
65.2%
No
Yes
1.6%
32,305
28,408
20,715
3.17
4.1%
4.8%
214
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FIPS
Code
2000 Total
County Name Population
21187 Owen, KY
21189 Owsley, KY
21191 Pendleton, KY
2000
2000
Percent
Percent 2000
2000
Foreign
Pop
Urban Frontr Metro born
Density Pop
Status Status Pop
2000
Per
Capita
Income
($)
1999
2000
2000
2000 Percent
Median Median Averg Pop
Earning Earning Family Below
Fem
Total
Size, Poverty
($)
($)
Total Level
1999
Percent
Fem
Pop
Below
Poverty
Level
10,547
30.0
0.0%
No
No
0.7%
18,845
20,430
16,951
3.00
15.5%
4,858
24.5
0.0%
No
No
0.1%
16,154
11,951
10,582
2.98
45.4%
15.8%
47.7%
14,390
51.4
0.0%
No
Yes
0.5%
19,264
22,198
16,711
3.14
11.4%
12.4%
21193 Perry, KY
29,390
85.9
21.9%
No
No
0.6%
20,100
18,375
13,428
2.98
29.1%
30.0%
21195 Pike, KY
68,736
87.2
9.2%
No
No
0.4%
20,502
19,613
13,267
2.90
23.4%
24.8%
21197 Powell, KY
13,237
73.5
23.7%
No
No
0.2%
15,445
17,094
12,725
3.02
23.5%
26.1%
21199 Pulaski, KY
56,217
84.9
39.5%
No
No
0.8%
20,982
17,749
13,879
2.87
19.1%
20.4%
21201 Robertson, KY
2,266
22.7
0.0%
No
No
0.5%
16,194
16,778
14,726
3.00
22.2%
24.4%
21203 Rockcastle, KY
16,582
52.1
17.0%
No
No
0.0%
15,984
16,987
13,915
2.95
23.1%
25.1%
21205 Rowan, KY
22,094
78.6
30.3%
No
No
1.4%
17,368
12,726
10,591
2.91
21.3%
21.7%
21207 Russell, KY
16,315
64.2
0.0%
No
No
1.0%
17,307
16,130
11,961
2.82
24.3%
26.0%
21209 Scott, KY
33,061
116.0
57.6%
No
Yes
1.9%
27,780
23,913
17,297
3.01
8.8%
9.8%
21211 Shelby, KY
33,337
86.8
39.9%
No
No
3.9%
27,427
23,627
18,862
3.00
9.9%
11.1%
14.4%
21213 Simpson, KY
16,405
69.5
55.4%
No
No
1.2%
21,795
22,303
16,590
2.97
11.6%
21215 Spencer, KY
11,766
63.3
0.0%
No
No
1.2%
16,279
23,652
18,156
3.08
8.8%
9.7%
21217 Taylor, KY
22,927
84.9
50.8%
No
No
1.3%
18,388
16,837
12,386
2.89
17.5%
19.5%
21219 Todd, KY
11,971
31.8
0.0%
No
No
1.3%
19,582
18,901
14,388
3.05
17.2%
17.5%
21221 Trigg, KY
12,597
28.4
21.1%
No
No
0.8%
19,141
21,175
16,326
2.84
12.3%
14.7%
21223 Trimble, KY
8,125
54.5
5.9%
No
No
1.1%
15,673
21,564
15,247
3.00
13.6%
15.5%
21225 Union, KY
15,637
45.3
35.3%
No
No
1.4%
20,947
18,662
14,038
2.99
17.7%
17.6%
21227 Warren, KY
92,522
169.8
63.0%
No
No
4.3%
24,459
18,983
14,201
2.97
15.4%
17.1%
21229 Washington, KY
10,916
36.3
0.0%
No
No
0.7%
22,109
20,110
15,394
3.03
13.5%
16.0%
21231 Wayne, KY
19,923
43.4
31.1%
No
No
1.3%
15,112
15,718
12,331
2.94
29.4%
29.9%
21233 Webster, KY
14,120
42.1
21.3%
No
No
1.9%
22,208
19,352
13,347
2.94
15.4%
15.5%
21235 Whitley, KY
35,865
81.5
37.5%
No
No
0.7%
17,248
15,093
11,947
3.01
26.4%
27.6%
36.2%
21237 Wolfe, KY
7,065
31.7
0.0%
No
No
0.7%
15,313
16,167
12,832
2.96
35.9%
21239 Woodford, KY
23,208
121.5
58.8%
No
Yes
2.7%
34,448
26,024
20,940
2.99
7.3%
8.0%
28 MISSISSIPPI
2,844,658
60.6
48.8%
1.4%
20,900
19,715
15,297
3.14
19.9%
22.1%
28001 Adams, MS
34,340
74.7
68.6%
No
No
1.4%
20,209
17,782
13,323
3.03
25.9%
28.1%
28003 Alcorn, MS
34,558
86.4
34.1%
No
No
1.0%
20,154
20,441
15,489
2.91
16.6%
19.0%
28005 Amite, MS
13,599
18.6
0.0%
No
No
0.4%
16,187
17,513
12,287
3.06
22.6%
26.2%
28007 Attala, MS
19,661
26.7
35.6%
No
No
0.8%
17,288
16,699
13,053
3.07
21.8%
25.0%
28009 Benton, MS
8,026
19.7
0.0%
No
No
0.7%
16,023
17,780
14,201
3.12
23.2%
25.4%
28011 Bolivar, MS
40,633
46.4
57.8%
No
No
0.5%
17,594
16,474
14,137
3.36
33.3%
35.2%
28013 Calhoun, MS
15,069
25.7
17.9%
No
No
1.6%
19,442
18,094
15,081
2.97
18.1%
21.0%
28015 Carroll, MS
10,769
17.1
0.0%
No
No
0.8%
17,158
19,950
16,127
3.01
16.0%
17.3%
28017 Chickasaw, MS
19,440
38.7
16.6%
No
No
1.3%
18,421
19,444
16,511
3.17
20.0%
22.3%
28019 Choctaw, MS
9,758
23.3
0.0%
No
No
0.3%
16,066
17,875
13,393
3.06
24.7%
26.7%
28021 Claiborne, MS
11,831
24.3
25.3%
No
No
0.6%
15,452
13,035
11,475
3.35
32.4%
33.6%
28023 Clarke, MS
17,955
26.0
0.0%
No
No
0.3%
17,389
19,420
14,628
3.06
23.0%
26.1%
28025 Clay, MS
21,979
53.7
43.2%
No
No
0.5%
19,044
18,498
14,854
3.19
23.5%
26.5%
28027 Coahoma, MS
30,622
55.3
67.9%
No
No
0.9%
19,041
16,283
14,437
3.42
35.9%
38.4%
28029 Copiah, MS
28,757
37.0
41.1%
No
No
0.8%
16,698
16,866
13,579
3.20
25.1%
27.5%
28031 Covington, MS
19,407
46.9
0.0%
No
No
0.6%
16,771
17,438
12,797
3.16
23.5%
25.8%
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DEMOGRAPHICS
FIPS
Code
County Name
1999
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000 Percent
Median Median Averg Pop
2000
Percent Per
Percent 2000
2000
Foreign Capita Earning Earning Family Below
Fem
Income Total
Urban Frontr Metro born
2000 Total Pop
Size, Poverty
($)
($)
($)
Population Density Pop
Total Level
Status Status Pop
1999
Percent
Fem
Pop
Below
Poverty
Level
28033 DeSoto, MS
107,199
224.3
67.6%
No
Yes
1.9%
25,478
27,130
20,866
3.11
7.1%
8.2%
28035 Forrest, MS
72,604
155.5
66.7%
No
Yes
2.0%
22,093
15,360
11,809
3.07
22.5%
24.6%
28037 Franklin, MS
8,448
15.0
0.0%
No
No
0.3%
14,659
18,089
12,700
3.13
24.1%
25.9%
28039 George, MS
19,144
40.1
0.0%
No
No
1.3%
19,071
21,204
11,366
3.17
16.7%
19.3%
28041 Greene, MS
13,299
18.7
0.0%
No
No
0.3%
12,607
17,527
12,622
3.12
19.6%
21.5%
28043 Grenada, MS
23,263
55.1
55.7%
No
No
1.0%
20,076
20,096
14,366
3.09
20.9%
23.9%
28045 Hancock, MS
42,967
90.1
61.5%
No
Yes
1.4%
20,901
20,618
15,386
2.99
14.4%
16.5%
28047 Harrison, MS
189,601
326.3
78.4%
No
Yes
3.6%
24,157
20,374
16,456
3.07
14.6%
16.4%
28049 Hinds, MS
250,800
288.6
84.8%
No
Yes
1.1%
26,101
20,076
17,260
3.22
19.9%
21.2%
28051 Holmes, MS
21,609
28.6
27.0%
No
No
0.3%
13,424
14,144
12,330
3.48
41.1%
44.5%
28053 Humphreys, MS
11,206
26.8
54.1%
No
No
0.8%
17,833
14,377
11,642
3.54
38.2%
41.8%
28055 Issaquena, MS
2,274
5.5
0.0%
Yes
No
0.2%
9,679
14,662
11,146
3.37
33.2%
37.9%
28057 Itawamba, MS
22,770
42.8
12.1%
No
No
0.6%
20,049
20,650
15,840
2.95
14.0%
16.0%
131,420
180.8
67.7%
No
Yes
2.7%
22,292
22,209
16,282
3.14
12.7%
14.3%
18,149
26.8
0.0%
No
No
0.3%
16,139
17,384
13,117
3.19
22.7%
25.5%
9,740
18.8
28.5%
No
No
0.3%
10,528
16,184
13,480
3.36
36.0%
38.3%
28065 Jefferson Davis, MS
13,962
34.2
0.0%
No
No
0.3%
15,441
15,316
11,583
3.20
28.2%
30.5%
28067 Jones, MS
64,958
93.6
40.3%
No
No
2.0%
21,963
18,102
13,469
3.08
19.8%
21.6%
28069 Kemper, MS
10,453
13.6
0.0%
No
No
0.4%
16,775
15,772
11,744
3.11
26.0%
27.0%
28071 Lafayette, MS
38,744
61.4
50.8%
No
No
2.4%
20,049
14,502
12,020
2.97
21.3%
22.9%
28073 Lamar, MS
39,070
78.6
32.4%
No
Yes
1.1%
19,959
21,115
15,279
3.11
13.3%
15.5%
28075 Lauderdale, MS
78,161
111.0
52.1%
No
No
0.7%
22,871
19,692
15,012
3.06
20.8%
23.4%
28077 Lawrence, MS
13,258
30.8
0.0%
No
No
0.6%
18,381
19,096
12,648
3.10
19.6%
22.2%
28079 Leake, MS
20,940
35.9
18.5%
No
No
1.4%
17,990
18,398
14,592
3.13
23.3%
26.0%
28081 Lee, MS
75,755
168.3
53.8%
No
No
1.1%
25,575
22,056
17,421
3.05
13.4%
15.1%
28083 Leflore, MS
37,947
64.1
78.7%
No
No
1.1%
18,909
16,046
13,422
3.33
34.8%
37.4%
28059 Jackson, MS
28061 Jasper, MS
28063 Jefferson, MS
28085 Lincoln, MS
33,166
56.6
36.0%
No
No
0.6%
19,766
17,772
12,925
3.08
19.2%
21.1%
28087 Lowndes, MS
61,586
122.7
60.3%
No
No
1.3%
21,270
19,867
13,891
3.13
21.3%
24.8%
28089 Madison, MS
74,674
103.9
66.7%
No
Yes
1.7%
27,908
26,731
21,861
3.23
14.0%
15.8%
28091 Marion, MS
25,595
47.2
31.0%
No
No
0.8%
17,790
16,289
10,893
3.13
24.8%
27.2%
28093 Marshall, MS
34,993
49.6
19.2%
No
No
1.0%
17,659
19,258
15,131
3.19
21.9%
24.1%
28095 Monroe, MS
38,014
49.8
34.9%
No
No
0.6%
18,255
20,091
14,604
3.07
17.2%
19.9%
28097 Montgomery, MS
12,189
29.9
39.3%
No
No
0.2%
17,847
17,894
14,297
3.10
24.3%
27.8%
28099 Neshoba, MS
28,684
50.3
23.0%
No
No
0.8%
20,468
18,581
14,618
3.11
21.0%
23.3%
28101 Newton, MS
21,838
37.8
15.3%
No
No
0.5%
19,299
18,636
14,195
3.04
19.9%
22.4%
28103 Noxubee, MS
12,548
18.1
24.1%
No
No
1.0%
17,016
15,331
13,001
3.36
32.8%
35.1%
28105 Oktibbeha, MS
42,902
93.7
60.8%
No
No
3.3%
18,799
12,290
10,797
3.03
28.2%
30.2%
28107 Panola, MS
34,274
50.1
27.5%
No
No
0.6%
16,367
18,273
14,857
3.25
25.3%
27.1%
28109 Pearl River, MS
48,621
59.9
30.3%
No
No
1.2%
16,969
19,828
13,018
3.08
18.4%
20.7%
28111 Perry, MS
12,138
18.8
0.0%
No
No
0.5%
14,771
17,947
12,313
3.18
22.0%
25.3%
28113 Pike, MS
38,940
95.2
47.6%
No
No
0.9%
18,112
16,218
12,478
3.12
25.3%
28.2%
28115 Pontotoc, MS
26,726
53.8
16.0%
No
No
1.1%
18,767
21,418
17,158
3.08
13.8%
15.5%
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FIPS
Code
County Name
1999
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000 Percent
Median Median Averg Pop
2000
Percent Per
Percent 2000
2000
Foreign Capita Earning Earning Family Below
Fem
Income Total
Urban Frontr Metro born
2000 Total Pop
Size, Poverty
($)
($)
($)
Population Density Pop
Total Level
Status Status Pop
1999
Percent
Fem
Pop
Below
Poverty
Level
28117 Prentiss, MS
25,556
61.6
23.9%
No
No
0.4%
16,312
18,356
14,361
3.00
16.5%
19.2%
28119 Quitman, MS
10,117
25.0
36.8%
No
No
0.2%
14,819
15,639
13,108
3.42
33.1%
36.2%
115,327
148.8
60.0%
No
Yes
1.6%
26,053
24,833
20,629
3.07
9.5%
10.5%
28,423
46.7
29.1%
No
No
4.2%
17,653
17,667
14,064
3.21
20.7%
22.6%
28125 Sharkey, MS
6,580
15.4
0.0%
No
No
0.4%
13,484
14,674
11,833
3.56
38.3%
39.3%
28127 Simpson, MS
27,639
46.9
16.0%
No
No
0.9%
17,564
19,019
14,018
3.14
21.6%
23.2%
28129 Smith, MS
16,182
25.4
0.0%
No
No
0.5%
18,994
20,205
14,533
3.13
16.9%
18.6%
28131 Stone, MS
13,622
30.6
21.2%
No
No
1.0%
16,840
17,706
13,226
3.13
17.5%
19.6%
28133 Sunflower, MS
34,369
49.5
63.4%
No
No
0.6%
14,418
16,603
13,203
3.50
30.0%
32.6%
28135 Tallahatchie, MS
14,903
23.1
20.2%
No
No
0.5%
14,802
16,253
12,897
3.36
32.2%
36.8%
28137 Tate, MS
25,370
62.6
31.2%
No
No
0.2%
21,618
19,563
14,421
3.18
13.5%
15.5%
28139 Tippah, MS
20,826
45.5
21.5%
No
No
1.9%
18,819
20,268
16,245
3.00
16.9%
18.9%
28141 Tishomingo, MS
14.9%
28121 Rankin, MS
28123 Scott, MS
19,163
45.2
0.0%
No
No
1.0%
17,003
19,912
14,484
2.89
14.1%
28143 Tunica, MS
9,227
20.3
41.0%
No
No
0.9%
17,606
16,048
14,767
3.44
33.1%
35.9%
28145 Union, MS
25,362
61.0
23.7%
No
No
1.8%
19,897
20,940
16,900
3.02
12.6%
14.5%
28147 Walthall, MS
15,156
37.5
0.0%
No
No
0.5%
15,146
15,507
11,583
3.19
27.8%
30.5%
28149 Warren, MS
49,644
84.6
63.2%
No
No
1.2%
25,382
20,846
15,973
3.14
18.7%
20.5%
28151 Washington, MS
62,977
87.0
82.9%
No
No
0.8%
19,237
17,441
14,062
3.35
29.2%
32.1%
28153 Wayne, MS
21,216
26.2
23.0%
No
No
0.3%
16,607
17,293
12,472
3.15
25.4%
27.6%
28155 Webster, MS
10,294
24.3
0.0%
No
No
0.5%
18,021
18,879
14,202
3.07
18.7%
20.7%
28157 Wilkinson, MS
10,312
15.2
0.0%
No
No
0.1%
13,933
15,958
13,577
3.16
37.7%
40.1%
28159 Winston, MS
20,160
33.2
24.8%
No
No
1.1%
18,177
18,197
13,696
3.09
23.7%
25.7%
28161 Yalobusha, MS
13,051
27.9
19.4%
No
No
0.4%
17,610
18,448
13,008
3.02
21.8%
24.7%
No
No
3.9%
34.6%
28163 Yazoo, MS
28,149
30.6
52.8%
8,049,313
165.2
60.2%
37001 Alamance, NC
130,800
303.5
69.3%
No
37003 Alexander, NC
33,603
129.2
17.2%
37005 Alleghany, NC
10,677
45.4
0.0%
37007 Anson, NC
25,275
47.5
26.4%
37 NORTH CAROLINA
17,314
16,362
12,999
3.35
31.9%
5.3% 26,882
22,276
18,619
2.98
12.3%
13.7%
Yes
6.3%
25,832
21,884
18,646
2.95
11.1%
12.3%
No
Yes
2.4%
23,738
21,904
17,637
2.95
8.5%
10.3%
No
No
4.1%
25,413
17,387
15,424
2.75
17.2%
18.9%
No
No
0.7%
21,883
19,923
16,205
3.09
17.8%
20.5%
37009 Ashe, NC
24,384
57.2
0.0%
No
No
1.9%
22,681
18,802
15,078
2.75
13.5%
14.5%
37011 Avery, NC
17,167
69.5
0.0%
No
No
2.6%
24,162
17,170
15,265
2.82
15.3%
15.6%
37013 Beaufort, NC
44,958
54.3
31.3%
No
No
2.6%
22,530
20,128
15,552
2.89
19.5%
22.0%
37015 Bertie, NC
19,773
28.3
0.0%
No
No
0.7%
21,436
17,426
14,337
3.07
23.5%
25.3%
37017 Bladen, NC
32,278
36.9
11.1%
No
No
2.3%
21,494
19,960
15,750
2.97
21.0%
22.8%
37019 Brunswick, NC
73,143
85.5
33.8%
No
Yes
2.9%
21,707
20,007
15,191
2.76
12.6%
14.1%
37021 Buncombe, NC
206,330
314.5
71.0%
No
Yes
3.9%
27,221
21,236
17,658
2.86
11.4%
12.9%
11.5%
37023 Burke, NC
89,148
175.8
54.4%
No
Yes
4.8%
21,729
21,296
18,611
2.94
10.7%
37025 Cabarrus, NC
131,063
360.1
72.4%
No
Yes
4.7%
28,961
25,639
20,888
3.03
7.1%
7.9%
37027 Caldwell, NC
77,415
164.0
61.7%
No
Yes
1.9%
24,707
21,766
18,549
2.89
10.7%
12.1%
37029 Camden, NC
6,885
28.6
0.0%
No
No
0.7%
22,755
24,974
17,383
2.97
10.1%
13.4%
37031 Carteret, NC
59,383
111.8
62.0%
No
No
2.0%
26,090
20,798
15,574
2.76
10.7%
12.4%
37033 Caswell, NC
23,501
55.2
0.0%
No
No
1.6%
19,494
21,306
18,728
3.01
14.4%
15.6%
37035 Catawba, NC
141,685
354.2
64.9%
No
Yes
6.5%
27,937
22,720
19,166
2.98
9.1%
10.8%
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DEMOGRAPHICS
FIPS
Code
County Name
2000 Total
Population
1999
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000 Percent
Median Median Averg Pop
2000
Percent Per
Percent 2000
2000
Foreign Capita Earning Earning Family Below
Fem
Income Total
Pop
Urban Frontr Metro born
Size, Poverty
($)
($)
($)
Density Pop
Total Level
Status Status Pop
1999
Percent
Fem
Pop
Below
Poverty
Level
37037 Chatham, NC
49,329
72.2
19.3%
No
Yes
8.7%
30,380
24,150
20,548
2.91
9.7%
11.1%
37039 Cherokee, NC
24,298
53.4
0.0%
No
No
1.2%
18,323
18,246
14,283
2.76
15.3%
16.4%
37041 Chowan, NC
14,526
84.0
37.3%
No
No
0.9%
23,532
17,447
14,787
2.94
17.6%
19.0%
8,775
40.8
0.0%
No
No
1.2%
21,292
18,808
14,115
2.68
11.4%
13.5%
96,287
207.5
44.5%
No
No
1.7%
22,259
21,344
16,914
2.98
13.3%
14.9%
25.0%
37043 Clay, NC
37045 Cleveland, NC
37047 Columbus, NC
54,749
58.4
11.7%
No
No
1.4%
21,640
18,979
14,492
3.01
22.7%
37049 Craven, NC
91,436
131.4
67.8%
No
No
3.4%
25,342
19,747
15,540
2.93
13.1%
14.4%
302,963
464.0
87.3%
No
Yes
5.3%
24,899
20,754
16,218
3.11
12.8%
14.7%
11.8%
37051 Cumberland, NC
37053 Currituck, NC
18,190
69.4
0.0%
No
Yes
1.4%
24,515
22,177
15,775
2.98
10.7%
37055 Dare, NC
29,967
78.4
69.6%
No
No
2.5%
25,454
21,714
17,252
2.79
8.0%
8.5%
147,246
266.8
43.1%
No
Yes
3.6%
25,327
22,629
19,239
2.92
10.1%
11.2%
37059 Davie, NC
34,835
131.5
22.8%
No
Yes
3.4%
29,156
24,308
20,211
2.91
8.6%
9.7%
37061 Duplin, NC
49,063
60.0
13.5%
No
No
11.3%
20,560
18,226
14,732
3.10
19.4%
20.8%
14.2%
37057 Davidson, NC
37063 Durham, NC
37065 Edgecombe, NC
37067 Forsyth, NC
223,314
767.4
92.5%
No
Yes
10.9%
29,739
25,098
22,972
2.99
13.4%
55,606
110.1
54.9%
No
Yes
2.1%
20,827
19,483
16,946
3.16
19.6%
21.9%
306,067
746.5
90.9%
No
Yes
6.5%
32,291
24,838
20,649
2.94
11.0%
12.2%
37069 Franklin, NC
47,260
96.1
8.7%
No
Yes
3.6%
23,276
22,679
19,371
3.03
12.6%
14.7%
37071 Gaston, NC
190,365
533.2
77.5%
No
Yes
3.3%
25,006
23,416
19,485
2.97
10.9%
12.3%
37073 Gates, NC
10,516
30.8
0.0%
No
No
1.1%
19,260
21,159
15,465
3.09
17.0%
20.0%
37075 Graham, NC
7,993
27.4
0.0%
No
No
1.3%
18,732
17,139
15,051
2.82
19.5%
22.9%
37077 Granville, NC
48,498
91.3
34.4%
No
No
4.0%
21,850
22,692
20,743
3.05
11.7%
13.4%
37079 Greene, NC
18,974
71.6
0.0%
No
No
4.9%
20,894
19,359
15,307
3.09
20.2%
21.6%
37081 Guilford, NC
421,048
647.8
83.8%
No
Yes
6.5%
30,372
24,117
20,231
2.96
10.6%
11.7%
37083 Halifax, NC
57,370
79.1
42.6%
No
No
1.1%
19,874
19,362
15,674
3.06
23.9%
26.8%
37085 Harnett, NC
91,025
153.0
33.8%
No
No
4.6%
19,781
21,282
17,387
3.07
14.9%
16.7%
37087 Haywood, NC
54,033
97.5
52.1%
No
No
1.6%
22,571
20,351
15,896
2.76
11.5%
12.7%
37089 Henderson, NC
89,173
238.4
52.8%
No
No
5.9%
26,593
21,817
17,149
2.78
9.7%
10.9%
37091 Hertford, NC
22,601
63.8
34.0%
No
No
1.2%
20,384
18,877
15,169
2.99
18.3%
20.0%
37093 Hoke, NC
33,646
86.1
43.5%
No
No
5.8%
13,408
20,228
16,363
3.22
17.7%
19.5%
37095 Hyde, NC
5,826
9.5
0.0%
No
No
2.3%
20,600
18,986
15,373
2.94
15.4%
18.0%
122,660
213.7
50.4%
No
No
3.6%
25,767
24,090
18,968
3.00
8.2%
9.3%
37099 Jackson, NC
33,121
67.5
21.6%
No
No
1.7%
21,221
17,049
13,354
2.79
15.1%
16.9%
37101 Johnston, NC
37097 Iredell, NC
121,965
154.0
31.6%
No
Yes
5.9%
24,851
24,632
20,666
3.02
12.8%
13.9%
37103 Jones, NC
10,381
21.9
0.0%
No
No
2.1%
20,032
19,239
15,718
2.99
16.9%
18.2%
37105 Lee, NC
49,040
190.8
51.9%
No
No
9.5%
26,983
22,230
18,581
3.05
12.8%
14.3%
37107 Lenoir, NC
59,648
149.1
55.3%
No
No
2.7%
22,953
20,014
16,675
2.96
16.6%
18.2%
37109 Lincoln, NC
63,780
213.3
37.9%
No
Yes
4.8%
20,899
23,673
18,658
3.00
9.2%
10.6%
37111 McDowell, NC
42,151
95.4
23.3%
No
No
2.7%
20,374
21,095
17,942
2.90
11.6%
13.6%
37113 Macon, NC
29,811
57.7
18.9%
No
No
2.6%
22,979
18,725
15,086
2.74
12.6%
13.3%
37115 Madison, NC
19,635
43.7
0.0%
No
Yes
1.7%
20,279
20,872
15,846
2.81
15.4%
17.1%
37117 Martin, NC
25,593
55.3
22.4%
No
No
1.5%
20,638
18,957
15,121
3.02
20.2%
22.0%
695,454 1,319.6
96.2%
No
Yes
9.8%
37,737
27,382
23,069
3.06
9.2%
10.0%
37119 Mecklenburg, NC
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DEMOGRAPHICS
FIPS
Code
County Name
1999
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000 Percent
Median Median Averg Pop
2000
Percent Per
Percent 2000
2000
Foreign Capita Earning Earning Family Below
Fem
Income Total
Urban Frontr Metro born
2000 Total Pop
Size, Poverty
($)
($)
($)
Population Density Pop
Total Level
Status Status Pop
1999
Percent
Fem
Pop
Below
Poverty
Level
37121 Mitchell, NC
15,687
70.7
0.0%
No
No
1.5%
20,510
20,226
15,780
2.82
13.8%
15.5%
37123 Montgomery, NC
26,822
54.6
12.5%
No
No
8.0%
20,766
19,900
16,413
3.08
15.4%
16.9%
37125 Moore, NC
74,769
107.0
41.3%
No
No
4.2%
30,238
21,885
17,811
2.81
11.4%
13.1%
37127 Nash, NC
87,420
161.9
51.5%
No
Yes
3.0%
27,024
22,208
18,555
3.02
13.4%
15.2%
37129 New Hanover, NC
160,307
805.6
95.4%
No
Yes
3.2%
27,588
21,686
17,041
2.83
13.1%
14.7%
37131 Northampton, NC
22,086
41.2
9.8%
No
No
0.7%
20,487
19,824
15,559
2.99
21.3%
24.2%
37133 Onslow, NC
150,355
196.0
71.2%
No
Yes
4.1%
22,847
16,480
13,356
3.09
12.9%
15.0%
37135 Orange, NC
118,227
295.6
68.0%
No
Yes
9.1%
28,864
20,753
17,029
2.95
14.1%
15.2%
37137 Pamlico, NC
12,934
38.4
0.0%
No
No
1.8%
22,788
19,817
16,058
2.81
15.3%
17.7%
37139 Pasquotank, NC
34,897
153.7
54.9%
No
No
2.3%
22,701
18,534
14,797
3.01
18.4%
20.8%
37141 Pender, NC
41,082
47.2
7.9%
No
No
3.6%
20,044
20,738
16,371
2.90
13.6%
14.8%
37143 Perquimans, NC
11,368
46.0
0.0%
No
No
0.7%
20,056
18,118
14,583
2.86
17.9%
20.5%
13.3%
37145 Person, NC
35,623
90.9
26.6%
No
No
1.3%
22,015
22,420
19,706
2.95
12.0%
37147 Pitt, NC
133,798
205.2
65.4%
No
Yes
3.6%
24,599
19,766
16,017
3.02
20.3%
22.8%
37149 Polk, NC
18,324
77.0
9.3%
No
No
3.7%
30,161
21,141
17,482
2.78
10.1%
10.8%
37151 Randolph, NC
130,454
165.6
39.7%
No
Yes
5.7%
23,548
22,114
18,291
2.97
9.1%
10.5%
37153 Richmond, NC
46,564
98.2
54.2%
No
No
2.2%
20,643
19,505
16,507
3.01
19.6%
21.4%
37155 Robeson, NC
123,339
130.0
34.5%
No
No
4.2%
17,473
18,324
15,299
3.20
22.8%
25.7%
37157 Rockingham, NC
91,928
162.1
40.7%
No
No
2.7%
21,989
21,380
18,192
2.93
12.8%
14.5%
130,340
255.1
58.8%
No
Yes
3.7%
23,327
22,272
18,289
2.98
10.6%
11.9%
37161 Rutherford, NC
62,899
111.5
37.0%
No
No
1.4%
21,101
20,488
16,532
2.90
13.9%
15.4%
37163 Sampson, NC
60,161
63.6
14.8%
No
No
7.1%
20,437
19,664
15,628
3.09
17.6%
19.5%
37165 Scotland, NC
35,998
112.8
47.2%
No
No
1.3%
20,714
21,229
17,057
3.10
20.6%
23.0%
37167 Stanly, NC
58,100
147.1
32.3%
No
No
2.6%
23,090
21,349
16,557
3.00
10.7%
11.8%
37169 Stokes, NC
44,711
98.9
20.1%
No
Yes
1.5%
22,429
23,024
18,828
2.94
9.1%
10.4%
37171 Surry, NC
71,219
132.6
30.2%
No
No
5.3%
23,319
20,413
16,358
2.92
12.4%
13.7%
37173 Swain, NC
12,968
24.6
0.0%
No
No
1.0%
17,160
17,894
14,781
2.91
18.3%
20.5%
37175 Transylvania, NC
37159 Rowan, NC
29,334
77.6
37.1%
No
No
2.3%
25,254
20,025
15,547
2.74
9.5%
11.0%
37177 Tyrrell, NC
4,149
10.6
0.0%
No
No
4.0%
19,257
16,836
11,720
2.95
23.3%
25.5%
37179 Union, NC
123,677
194.2
50.2%
No
Yes
5.7%
24,356
26,346
20,589
3.15
8.1%
8.9%
37181 Vance, NC
42,954
169.1
49.2%
No
No
3.4%
20,923
20,222
17,034
3.06
20.5%
22.0%
37183 Wake, NC
627,846
752.8
88.1%
No
Yes
9.7%
36,581
28,599
23,736
3.06
7.8%
8.4%
19,972
46.6
0.0%
No
No
2.3%
16,779
18,627
15,820
2.97
19.4%
20.1%
25.4%
37185 Warren, NC
37187 Washington, NC
13,723
39.4
34.5%
No
No
1.4%
19,443
18,575
13,153
2.99
21.8%
37189 Watauga, NC
42,695
136.4
40.0%
No
No
1.9%
23,328
14,110
11,233
2.80
17.9%
17.2%
37191 Wayne, NC
113,329
204.9
55.2%
No
Yes
4.2%
21,550
20,459
16,362
3.03
13.8%
16.0%
37193 Wilkes, NC
65,632
86.7
26.3%
No
No
3.0%
24,162
20,814
17,262
2.87
11.9%
13.7%
37195 Wilson, NC
73,814
199.0
63.1%
No
No
4.9%
24,477
20,154
16,499
3.03
18.5%
21.0%
37197 Yadkin, NC
36,348
108.2
13.9%
No
Yes
4.4%
22,816
22,004
18,589
2.92
10.0%
11.6%
37199 Yancey, NC
17,774
57.0
0.0%
No
No
2.8%
19,383
20,039
16,039
2.81
15.8%
17.6%
4,012,012
133.2
60.5%
2.9% 24,000
21,571
17,316
3.02
14.1%
15.8%
26,167
51.5
23.4%
No
No
1.0%
20,384
15,858
3.00
13.7%
16.0%
45 SOUTH CAROLINA
45001 Abbeville, SC
219
20,429
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DEMOGRAPHICS
FIPS
Code
County Name
45003 Aiken, SC
2000 Total
Population
1999
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000 Percent
Median Median Averg Pop
2000
Percent Per
Percent 2000
2000
Foreign Capita Earning Earning Family Below
Fem
Income Total
Pop
Urban Frontr Metro born
Size, Poverty
($)
($)
($)
Density Pop
Total Level
Status Status Pop
1999
Percent
Fem
Pop
Below
Poverty
Level
142,552
132.9
60.9%
No
Yes
2.3%
24,179
22,625
17,176
3.03
13.8%
45005 Allendale, SC
11,211
27.5
59.0%
No
No
1.4%
17,843
17,623
15,473
3.21
34.5%
15.5%
38.2%
45007 Anderson, SC
165,740
230.8
58.3%
No
Yes
1.5%
23,981
22,503
17,817
2.94
12.0%
13.9%
45009 Bamberg, SC
16,658
42.4
45.7%
No
No
0.9%
18,656
17,281
15,223
3.10
27.8%
30.9%
45011 Barnwell, SC
23,478
42.8
14.9%
No
No
0.6%
21,027
21,106
17,427
3.08
20.9%
23.9%
45013 Beaufort, SC
120,937
206.0
71.4%
No
No
6.3%
32,112
21,610
17,872
2.90
10.7%
11.7%
45015 Berkeley, SC
142,651
129.7
66.0%
No
Yes
3.1%
18,160
21,434
17,303
3.15
11.8%
13.2%
45017 Calhoun, SC
15,185
40.0
0.0%
No
No
1.0%
21,023
21,442
16,988
3.03
16.2%
18.0%
45019 Charleston, SC
309,969
338.0
86.3%
No
Yes
3.6%
28,466
21,481
17,662
3.01
16.4%
17.9%
45021 Cherokee, SC
52,537
133.7
38.7%
No
Yes
1.3%
20,070
21,137
17,102
3.01
13.9%
15.5%
45023 Chester, SC
34,068
58.6
32.7%
No
No
0.8%
19,764
21,032
16,649
3.11
15.3%
17.5%
45025 Chesterfield, SC
42,768
53.5
27.4%
No
No
1.6%
19,584
20,579
16,260
3.05
20.3%
22.6%
45027 Clarendon, SC
32,502
53.5
14.7%
No
No
1.3%
17,727
18,888
15,316
3.12
23.1%
25.3%
45029 Colleton, SC
38,264
36.2
26.2%
No
No
1.2%
18,672
19,416
14,070
3.11
21.1%
23.7%
45031 Darlington, SC
67,394
119.9
45.4%
No
No
0.9%
21,038
20,671
16,068
3.07
20.3%
22.4%
45033 Dillon, SC
30,722
75.9
34.3%
No
No
1.0%
17,580
17,753
14,528
3.24
24.2%
26.2%
45035 Dorchester, SC
96,413
167.7
73.0%
No
Yes
2.8%
20,906
23,896
18,642
3.13
9.7%
11.8%
45037 Edgefield, SC
24,595
49.0
21.2%
No
Yes
1.3%
16,221
21,929
17,691
3.12
15.5%
17.1%
45039 Fairfield, SC
23,454
34.1
25.4%
No
No
0.5%
21,424
20,674
17,372
3.12
19.6%
21.8%
45041 Florence, SC
125,761
157.4
58.0%
No
Yes
1.8%
24,517
20,757
16,661
3.08
16.4%
18.2%
19.0%
45043 Georgetown, SC
45045 Greenville, SC
45047 Greenwood, SC
45049 Hampton, SC
45051 Horry, SC
55,797
68.5
54.7%
No
No
2.2%
23,618
19,501
15,411
3.01
17.1%
379,616
479.3
83.0%
No
Yes
4.9%
28,743
24,143
18,797
3.00
10.5%
11.8%
66,271
145.3
56.8%
No
No
2.8%
23,658
21,364
17,463
3.00
14.2%
16.2%
21,386
38.2
35.8%
No
No
0.7%
19,028
19,630
15,204
3.19
21.8%
24.1%
196,629
173.4
60.4%
No
Yes
4.0%
23,315
19,796
16,592
2.84
12.0%
13.2%
45053 Jasper, SC
20,678
31.6
17.5%
No
No
5.4%
16,716
19,257
15,319
3.22
20.7%
22.8%
45055 Kershaw, SC
52,647
72.5
37.9%
No
No
1.7%
20,835
22,176
17,650
3.02
12.8%
14.9%
45057 Lancaster, SC
61,351
111.8
38.6%
No
No
1.3%
20,765
21,648
17,926
3.01
12.8%
15.0%
45059 Laurens, SC
69,567
97.6
34.3%
No
No
1.6%
20,714
21,196
17,359
3.01
14.3%
15.9%
45061 Lee, SC
20,119
49.1
18.7%
No
No
2.1%
15,386
16,912
14,526
3.23
21.8%
24.4%
216,014
308.2
66.3%
No
Yes
2.9%
27,053
25,387
20,628
3.01
9.0%
9.9%
9,958
27.7
0.0%
No
No
0.6%
16,546
19,207
15,477
2.82
17.9%
20.7%
45063 Lexington, SC
45065 McCormick, SC
45067 Marion, SC
35,466
72.5
39.7%
No
No
1.4%
17,881
17,198
14,616
3.16
23.2%
25.8%
45069 Marlboro, SC
28,818
60.0
52.8%
No
No
0.6%
16,981
19,005
16,461
3.14
21.7%
24.2%
45071 Newberry, SC
36,108
57.2
33.1%
No
No
3.5%
20,639
20,204
16,631
2.99
17.0%
18.9%
45073 Oconee, SC
66,215
105.9
29.4%
No
No
2.4%
24,783
21,672
17,171
2.85
10.8%
12.6%
23.4%
45075 Orangeburg, SC
91,582
82.8
33.1%
No
No
1.0%
19,619
18,828
15,479
3.11
21.4%
45077 Pickens, SC
110,757
222.9
58.3%
No
Yes
2.9%
21,176
19,268
15,357
2.95
13.7%
14.5%
45079 Richland, SC
320,677
423.6
87.2%
No
Yes
3.9%
28,206
21,812
18,681
3.05
13.7%
14.8%
45081 Saluda, SC
19,181
42.5
18.7%
No
No
5.9%
18,683
20,979
17,146
3.07
15.6%
17.8%
45083 Spartanburg, SC
253,791
312.9
64.8%
No
Yes
3.7%
23,803
22,527
18,296
3.01
12.3%
13.7%
45085 Sumter, SC
104,646
157.1
62.1%
No
Yes
2.1%
20,493
19,710
15,907
3.17
16.2%
18.1%
220
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DEMOGRAPHICS
FIPS
Code
County Name
2000 Total
Population
1999
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000 Percent
Median Median Averg Pop
2000
Percent Per
Percent 2000
2000
Foreign Capita Earning Earning Family Below
Fem
Income Total
Pop
Urban Frontr Metro born
Size, Poverty
($)
($)
($)
Density Pop
Total Level
Status Status Pop
1999
Percent
Fem
Pop
Below
Poverty
Level
45087 Union, SC
29,881
58.1
35.7%
No
No
0.6%
19,848
20,931
17,115
2.93
14.3%
17.2%
45089 Williamsburg, SC
37,217
39.8
15.1%
No
No
0.5%
17,248
16,636
13,667
3.22
27.9%
30.6%
164,614
241.0
64.3%
No
Yes
2.4%
25,158
23,898
18,352
3.05
10.0%
11.5%
47 TENNESSEE
5,689,283
138.0
63.6%
2.8% 25,946
21,700
17,318
2.99
13.5%
14.9%
47001 Anderson, TN
71,330
211.0
59.0%
No
Yes
1.9%
26,032
21,582
16,310
2.88
13.1%
14.7%
47003 Bedford, TN
37,586
79.3
40.7%
No
No
6.4%
21,321
19,684
16,052
3.06
13.1%
14.3%
47005 Benton, TN
16,537
41.9
22.1%
No
No
0.7%
20,388
17,822
12,665
2.82
15.6%
17.3%
47007 Bledsoe, TN
12,367
30.5
0.0%
No
No
0.4%
16,958
19,548
14,854
2.94
18.1%
19.6%
47009 Blount, TN
105,823
189.3
63.4%
No
Yes
1.5%
24,262
21,812
16,742
2.88
9.7%
11.0%
47011 Bradley, TN
87,965
267.4
66.4%
No
No
2.2%
24,394
20,470
15,648
2.94
12.2%
13.5%
45091 York, SC
47013 Campbell, TN
39,854
83.0
43.9%
No
No
0.8%
17,075
17,430
13,507
2.91
22.8%
24.5%
47015 Cannon, TN
12,826
48.2
0.0%
No
No
0.8%
21,602
20,780
16,389
2.99
12.8%
14.1%
47017 Carroll, TN
29,475
49.2
16.8%
No
No
1.1%
21,374
19,120
15,042
2.90
13.9%
15.8%
47019 Carter, TN
56,742
166.4
60.1%
No
Yes
0.8%
18,112
17,593
13,892
2.83
16.9%
18.6%
47021 Cheatham, TN
35,912
118.5
6.8%
No
Yes
1.1%
24,047
25,403
19,582
3.08
7.4%
8.0%
47023 Chester, TN
15,540
53.8
33.7%
No
Yes
0.5%
19,148
18,437
13,592
2.97
14.4%
16.0%
47025 Claiborne, TN
29,862
68.8
29.9%
No
No
0.9%
19,071
17,270
13,286
2.91
22.6%
24.1%
7,976
33.8
0.0%
No
No
1.1%
17,361
15,503
11,850
2.80
19.1%
22.9%
33,565
77.3
32.5%
No
No
0.8%
18,280
16,268
12,684
2.87
22.5%
23.4%
47031 Coffee, TN
48,014
111.9
52.4%
No
No
2.3%
23,041
20,010
14,407
2.96
14.3%
15.6%
47033 Crockett, TN
14,532
54.8
0.0%
No
No
3.9%
21,774
20,044
15,651
3.01
16.9%
18.6%
46,802
68.6
31.1%
No
No
1.9%
20,932
17,900
14,079
2.74
14.7%
16.1%
569,891 1,135.2
95.4%
No
Yes
6.9%
34,008
23,826
21,039
2.96
13.0%
14.1%
17.5%
47027 Clay, TN
47029 Cocke, TN
47035 Cumberland, TN
47037 Davidson, TN
47039 Decatur, TN
11,731
35.1
0.0%
No
No
1.7%
20,489
19,485
14,669
2.82
16.0%
47041 DeKalb, TN
17,423
57.1
21.1%
No
No
2.7%
19,841
20,016
16,311
2.90
17.0%
17.9%
47043 Dickson, TN
43,156
88.1
31.2%
No
Yes
0.7%
23,832
23,099
18,019
3.02
10.2%
12.1%
47045 Dyer, TN
37,279
73.0
55.5%
No
No
1.3%
22,532
21,320
16,554
2.97
15.9%
18.0%
47047 Fayette, TN
28,806
40.9
0.0%
No
Yes
0.7%
23,823
22,617
18,889
3.14
14.3%
15.0%
47049 Fentress, TN
16,625
33.3
0.0%
No
No
0.4%
18,718
16,541
13,464
2.94
23.1%
24.3%
47051 Franklin, TN
39,270
71.0
29.9%
No
No
1.4%
21,126
19,633
14,706
2.92
13.2%
14.5%
47053 Gibson, TN
48,152
79.9
50.4%
No
No
0.8%
22,531
20,986
16,736
2.93
12.8%
14.9%
12.9%
47055 Giles, TN
29,447
48.2
25.9%
No
No
0.9%
23,263
22,175
16,969
2.96
11.7%
47057 Grainger, TN
20,659
73.8
0.0%
No
No
1.1%
17,414
19,182
14,775
2.89
18.7%
21.2%
47059 Greene, TN
62,909
101.1
30.9%
No
No
1.3%
22,927
18,957
16,132
2.84
14.5%
16.3%
47061 Grundy, TN
14,332
39.7
0.0%
No
No
0.7%
18,313
16,732
11,509
3.01
25.8%
28.1%
47063 Hamblen, TN
58,128
361.0
74.2%
No
No
5.3%
24,060
20,188
15,715
2.91
14.4%
15.1%
47065 Hamilton, TN
307,896
567.0
90.3%
No
Yes
3.0%
29,761
22,265
18,128
2.95
12.1%
13.6%
47067 Hancock, TN
6,786
30.6
0.0%
No
No
0.3%
13,626
15,887
12,060
2.91
29.4%
30.5%
47069 Hardeman, TN
28,105
42.1
36.7%
No
No
0.7%
16,124
18,349
15,613
3.06
19.7%
21.1%
47071 Hardin, TN
25,578
44.3
31.3%
No
No
0.7%
21,002
18,958
13,668
2.87
18.8%
21.5%
47073 Hawkins, TN
53,563
110.0
38.6%
No
Yes
0.7%
19,255
21,453
15,636
2.86
15.8%
17.5%
47075 Haywood, TN
19,797
37.1
52.1%
No
No
1.7%
20,058
18,546
15,965
3.09
19.5%
21.0%
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DEMOGRAPHICS
FIPS
Code
County Name
2000 Total
Population
1999
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000 Percent
Median Median Averg Pop
2000
Percent Per
Percent 2000
2000
Foreign Capita Earning Earning Family Below
Fem
Income Total
Pop
Urban Frontr Metro born
Size, Poverty
($)
($)
($)
Density Pop
Total Level
Status Status Pop
1999
Percent
Fem
Pop
Below
Poverty
Level
47077 Henderson, TN
25,522
49.1
22.7%
No
No
0.7%
21,584
21,308
16,772
2.90
12.4%
14.0%
47079 Henry, TN
31,115
55.4
32.8%
No
No
1.0%
22,347
19,328
15,050
2.82
14.3%
16.2%
47081 Hickman, TN
22,295
36.4
0.0%
No
No
0.8%
18,130
19,559
14,152
3.02
14.3%
15.3%
47083 Houston, TN
8,088
40.4
0.0%
No
No
1.6%
17,358
19,813
14,132
2.92
18.1%
19.9%
47085 Humphreys, TN
17,929
33.7
21.3%
No
No
0.9%
19,756
21,270
15,312
2.90
10.8%
13.0%
47087 Jackson, TN
10,984
35.5
0.0%
No
No
1.6%
18,624
16,893
14,966
2.89
18.1%
18.3%
47089 Jefferson, TN
44,294
161.7
24.7%
No
No
1.5%
19,986
18,457
13,769
2.89
13.4%
15.2%
47091 Johnson, TN
17,499
58.5
16.3%
No
No
0.6%
14,348
16,438
13,888
2.81
22.6%
24.0%
47093 Knox, TN
382,032
750.6
86.9%
No
Yes
2.5%
28,281
21,623
17,056
2.92
12.6%
13.9%
47095 Lake, TN
7,954
48.8
0.0%
No
No
0.5%
13,110
16,033
13,510
2.92
23.6%
27.7%
47097 Lauderdale, TN
27,101
57.5
40.4%
No
No
0.7%
16,339
20,740
16,890
3.06
19.2%
22.4%
47099 Lawrence, TN
39,926
64.7
25.0%
No
No
0.9%
19,981
19,766
15,165
3.02
14.6%
16.1%
47101 Lewis, TN
11,367
40.3
28.2%
No
No
1.0%
16,732
18,851
15,126
2.98
13.4%
15.8%
47103 Lincoln, TN
31,340
55.0
21.5%
No
No
0.9%
20,740
20,893
15,549
2.93
13.6%
15.7%
47105 Loudon, TN
39,086
170.7
50.1%
No
Yes
1.8%
26,241
22,281
16,981
2.82
10.0%
10.8%
47107 McMinn, TN
49,015
114.0
41.5%
No
No
1.3%
19,855
20,107
14,347
2.90
14.5%
16.5%
47109 McNairy, TN
24,653
44.0
15.7%
No
No
0.9%
20,604
20,212
14,073
2.89
15.9%
17.8%
47111 Macon, TN
20,386
66.4
18.5%
No
No
1.8%
17,845
18,842
14,819
3.00
15.1%
17.1%
47113 Madison, TN
91,837
164.9
71.4%
No
Yes
2.3%
25,817
21,679
17,405
3.00
14.0%
15.4%
47115 Marion, TN
27,776
55.6
20.7%
No
Yes
0.5%
21,380
21,386
16,713
2.93
14.1%
15.9%
47117 Marshall, TN
26,767
71.4
36.4%
No
No
1.4%
23,889
21,990
17,382
3.02
10.0%
10.8%
47119 Maury, TN
69,498
113.4
56.4%
No
No
2.1%
23,165
22,431
16,694
3.03
10.9%
13.2%
47121 Meigs, TN
11,086
56.9
0.0%
No
No
0.6%
16,241
19,571
14,420
2.94
18.3%
19.7%
47123 Monroe, TN
38,961
61.4
21.8%
No
No
1.2%
17,335
20,092
14,984
2.94
15.5%
16.6%
11.6%
47125 Montgomery, TN
134,768
250.0
74.4%
No
Yes
4.4%
23,670
21,442
15,907
3.11
10.0%
47127 Moore, TN
5,740
44.5
0.0%
No
No
1.0%
18,915
20,197
15,267
2.95
9.6%
11.0%
47129 Morgan, TN
19,757
37.8
17.2%
No
No
0.4%
15,047
18,071
13,322
3.01
16.0%
17.4%
47131 Obion, TN
32,450
59.5
40.8%
No
No
1.3%
24,409
20,496
15,021
2.89
13.3%
15.7%
47133 Overton, TN
20,118
46.5
15.7%
No
No
0.5%
17,820
18,084
14,042
2.90
16.0%
19.1%
47135 Perry, TN
7,631
18.4
0.0%
No
No
0.5%
20,310
20,237
16,338
2.96
15.4%
16.5%
47137 Pickett, TN
4,945
30.3
0.0%
No
No
0.3%
18,794
15,772
13,308
2.83
15.6%
17.3%
16,050
36.9
0.0%
No
No
0.8%
18,675
20,562
13,932
2.89
13.0%
14.6%
47141 Putnam, TN
62,315
155.4
60.7%
No
No
3.4%
23,403
17,484
14,695
2.92
16.4%
17.0%
47143 Rhea, TN
28,400
89.9
32.1%
No
No
1.3%
18,475
20,032
14,976
2.90
14.7%
17.5%
47145 Roane, TN
51,910
143.8
50.3%
No
No
1.2%
22,000
21,676
16,758
2.87
13.9%
16.2%
47147 Robertson, TN
54,433
114.1
42.2%
No
Yes
2.5%
24,733
23,841
19,249
3.06
9.0%
10.3%
47149 Rutherford, TN
182,023
294.1
75.3%
No
Yes
3.6%
25,953
24,481
20,046
3.09
9.0%
10.0%
47151 Scott, TN
21,127
39.7
15.0%
No
No
0.4%
16,582
17,574
14,623
3.02
20.2%
22.3%
47153 Sequatchie, TN
11,370
42.7
0.0%
No
No
1.2%
18,357
19,959
15,572
2.92
16.5%
17.8%
47155 Sevier, TN
71,170
120.2
35.0%
No
Yes
1.6%
22,275
18,867
15,373
2.88
10.7%
12.2%
897,472 1,188.7
96.7%
No
Yes
3.8%
30,981
24,112
20,505
3.18
16.0%
17.5%
20.5%
No
No
0.9%
20,829
21,927
17,258
3.00
12.2%
14.1%
47139 Polk, TN
47157 Shelby, TN
47159 Smith, TN
17,712
56.4
222
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HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
DEMOGRAPHICS
FIPS
Code
County Name
2000 Total
Population
1999
2000
2000
2000
2000
2000 Percent
Median Median Averg Pop
2000
Percent Per
Percent 2000
2000
Foreign Capita Earning Earning Family Below
Fem
Income Total
Pop
Urban Frontr Metro born
Size, Poverty
($)
($)
($)
Density Pop
Total Level
Status Status Pop
1999
Percent
Fem
Pop
Below
Poverty
Level
47161 Stewart, TN
12,370
27.0
0.0%
No
No
1.7%
17,498
21,532
15,567
2.91
12.4%
14.0%
47163 Sullivan, TN
153,048
370.6
73.5%
No
Yes
1.3%
24,451
20,426
15,634
2.84
12.9%
14.3%
47165 Sumner, TN
130,449
246.6
69.4%
No
Yes
2.4%
25,895
25,104
19,712
3.04
8.1%
9.3%
51,271
111.7
33.7%
No
Yes
0.8%
19,086
22,769
18,261
3.17
12.1%
14.0%
47167 Tipton, TN
47169 Trousdale, TN
7,259
63.7
0.0%
No
No
1.7%
17,678
21,094
17,667
2.99
13.4%
13.6%
47171 Unicoi, TN
17,667
95.0
54.2%
No
Yes
1.4%
21,557
20,629
14,973
2.80
13.1%
14.7%
47173 Union, TN
17,808
79.5
0.0%
No
Yes
0.3%
15,070
18,100
14,310
2.99
19.6%
21.2%
5,508
20.1
0.0%
No
No
0.2%
16,594
19,563
16,102
2.90
15.2%
16.6%
38,276
88.4
37.7%
No
No
3.7%
22,299
19,983
14,802
2.93
16.6%
18.8%
14.9%
47175 Van Buren, TN
47177 Warren, TN
47179 Washington, TN
107,198
328.8
67.4%
No
Yes
1.9%
23,882
19,247
15,195
2.85
13.9%
47181 Wayne, TN
16,842
22.9
0.0%
No
No
0.4%
15,521
18,549
12,438
2.93
16.3%
18.2%
47183 Weakley, TN
34,895
60.2
28.7%
No
No
2.0%
20,288
17,375
13,486
2.89
16.0%
17.9%
15.1%
47185 White, TN
47187 Williamson, TN
47189 Wilson, TN
84 REGION IV
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23,102
61.3
17.7%
No
No
0.8%
18,816
18,686
15,247
2.90
14.3%
126,638
217.2
70.7%
No
Yes
3.9%
39,906
32,163
22,491
3.18
4.7%
5.4%
88,809
155.5
53.9%
No
Yes
1.4%
26,515
26,474
21,264
3.03
6.7%
7.9%
53,252,966
144.2
69.7%
7.8% 26,160
281,421,906
79.6
79.0%
11.1% 29,469
23,755
18,957
3.14
12.4%
13.5%
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HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
DEMOGRAPHICS
FIPS
Code
County Name
01 ALABAMA
2000 Total
Population
2000
Percent
Fem
Hshlders
w/Children
<18 below
poverty
level
2000
2000
2000
2000
Percent
2000
2000
Percent Percnt
Percent
of
Percnt
Pop
Fem
Fem 16-64 Percent Families
16+
16+
Fem 16+ with
Fem
with
Unem- Unem- 2000 Fem with
Employment 15+
Female
Divorced Head
ployed ployed Population Disability Disability
2000
Unmarried
Female
HshldrFemale
Partner
4,447,100
6.2%
7.0%
2,300,596
26.5%
5.0%
11.2%
20.3%
44.6%
01001
Autauga, AL
43,671
4.9%
5.2%
22,450
25.4%
4.7%
11.0%
17.0%
35.1%
58
01003
Baldwin, AL
140,415
4.3%
4.7%
71,567
24.4%
6.4%
11.5%
14.1%
32.9%
128
01005
Barbour, AL
29,038
5.7%
6.9%
14,068
32.6%
5.0%
9.3%
26.8%
59.9%
32
01007
Bibb, AL
20,826
6.2%
6.4%
10,081
28.5%
4.4%
7.1%
16.8%
57.7%
13
01009
Blount, AL
51,024
4.8%
5.9%
25,548
26.8%
4.5%
8.4%
10.2%
35.8%
61
01011
Bullock, AL
11,714
8.6% 11.8%
5,574
37.7%
9.5%
9.4%
41.2%
61.6%
29
01013
Butler, AL
21,399
10.6% 13.3%
11,380
34.6%
6.6%
9.6%
26.0%
53.3%
19
01015
Calhoun, AL
58,547
27.2%
4.3%
11.8%
19.3%
47.6%
44
01017
Chambers, AL
36,583
6.5%
6.5%
19,298
31.7%
8.7%
12.2%
24.7%
42.6%
45
01019
Cherokee, AL
23,988
3.9%
4.8%
12,194
29.2%
5.5%
8.8%
12.4%
54.1%
28
01021
Chilton, AL
39,593
4.3%
4.8%
20,012
27.6%
4.5%
10.0%
14.1%
46.2%
49
01023
Choctaw, AL
15,922
8.8% 10.9%
8,433
32.6%
3.2%
7.5%
22.3%
61.9%
25
01025
Clarke, AL
27,867
8.9% 11.5%
14,687
29.1%
5.9%
7.5%
21.6%
56.0%
11
01027
Clay, AL
14,254
5.5%
7.4%
7,302
29.5%
4.9%
11.7%
14.7%
44.4%
9
01029
Cleburne, AL
14,123
5.3%
4.6%
7,086
27.2%
3.4%
7.9%
11.7%
44.6%
0
01031
Coffee, AL
43,615
5.7%
7.2%
22,312
26.5%
3.7%
10.3%
16.8%
46.5%
48
01033
Colbert, AL
54,984
5.2%
5.7%
28,673
30.4%
7.1%
11.0%
16.9%
43.8%
48
01035
Conecuh, AL
14,089
9.8% 13.6%
7,422
32.4%
5.4%
11.4%
23.9%
61.3%
15
01037
Coosa, AL
12,202
7.1%
8.2%
5,970
34.8%
4.4%
9.3%
18.6%
47.7%
12
112,249
6.6%
7.1%
4,167
01039
Covington, AL
37,631
7.6%
9.4%
19,639
31.1%
6.0%
11.0%
16.4%
51.3%
36
01041
Crenshaw, AL
13,665
5.4%
6.8%
7,201
32.9%
5.0%
9.4%
22.1%
53.1%
15
01043
Cullman, AL
77,483
4.1%
5.2%
39,269
24.8%
4.4%
10.7%
11.8%
34.4%
40
01045
Dale, AL
49,129
7.7%
9.2%
24,773
27.2%
5.0%
11.7%
18.8%
48.3%
41
01047
Dallas, AL
46,365
11.2% 11.5%
25,273
32.9%
6.5%
9.3%
36.2%
64.5%
42
01049
DeKalb, AL
64,452
5.1%
6.1%
32,944
29.1%
5.4%
11.0%
13.5%
39.8%
67
01051
Elmore, AL
65,874
5.0%
5.4%
32,532
23.3%
4.5%
11.1%
15.6%
35.9%
86
01053
Escambia, AL
01055
Etowah, AL
38,440
7.0%
7.3%
18,965
30.6%
7.0%
12.1%
21.4%
52.3%
47
103,459
6.0%
6.3%
53,953
28.8%
5.9%
11.9%
18.5%
43.5%
123
01057
Fayette, AL
18,495
7.7%
9.2%
9,560
29.9%
4.0%
6.6%
14.9%
49.0%
5
01059
Franklin, AL
31,223
5.6%
5.7%
15,894
31.2%
5.6%
10.2%
14.2%
50.2%
27
01061
Geneva, AL
25,764
8.0% 11.5%
13,235
31.3%
5.6%
10.8%
15.5%
58.5%
22
01063
Greene, AL
9,974
13.1% 15.8%
5,293
35.9%
6.4%
7.5%
40.2%
61.8%
7
01065
Hale, AL
17,185
8.0% 12.4%
9,075
35.1%
5.9%
8.6%
30.7%
58.6%
15
01067
Henry, AL
16,310
6.3%
6.6%
8,556
33.3%
9.2%
8.9%
20.3%
50.5%
13
01069
Houston, AL
88,787
5.2%
6.2%
46,617
25.6%
5.0%
12.8%
20.1%
46.0%
72
01071
Jackson, AL
53,926
5.1%
5.4%
27,645
27.6%
4.5%
11.7%
14.3%
38.1%
46
01073
Jefferson, AL
662,047
6.3%
6.4%
349,958
25.7%
5.1%
12.7%
25.7%
37.6%
621
01075
Lamar, AL
15,904
7.1%
9.3%
8,224
29.9%
5.5%
9.3%
14.9%
44.4%
18
01077
Lauderdale, AL
87,966
5.6%
6.1%
45,885
25.6%
5.6%
10.2%
15.5%
41.9%
41
01079
Lawrence, AL
34,803
6.2%
7.2%
17,737
28.5%
4.6%
9.8%
14.9%
41.3%
21
01081
Lee, AL
115,092
5.8%
6.5%
58,462
19.9%
4.1%
8.6%
19.8%
40.2%
131
4.3%
5.5%
32,342
25.5%
5.1%
10.0%
14.1%
39.8%
53
11.9% 13.9%
7,171
37.5%
8.1%
8.5%
35.2%
61.2%
25
01083
Limestone, AL
65,676
01085
Lowndes, AL
13,473
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HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
DEMOGRAPHICS
FIPS
Code County Name
01087 Macon, AL
2000
Percent
Pop 16+
2000 Total UnemPopulation ployed
2000
2000
Percent
2000
2000
Percent
of
2000
Percnt
Fem 16-64 Percent Families
Percnt Fem
Fem 16+ with
Fem
with
16+ Unem- 2000 Fem with
Employment 15+
Female
ployed
Divorced Head
Population Disability Disability
2000
Percent
Fem
Hshlders
w/Children
<18 below
poverty
level
2000
Unmarried
Female
HshldrFemale
Partner
24,105
12.3%
12.1%
13,030
34.3%
5.4%
9.3%
41.7%
55.9%
12
01089 Madison, AL
276,700
5.7%
6.4%
141,681
20.7%
3.5%
12.2%
17.3%
34.7%
246
01091 Marengo, AL
22,539
8.7%
8.5%
11,970
33.9%
7.3%
9.1%
27.1%
60.9%
0
01093 Marion, AL
31,214
8.1%
9.8%
15,763
29.6%
3.6%
11.4%
13.3%
48.0%
19
01095 Marshall, AL
01097 Mobile, AL
01099 Monroe, AL
82,231
5.7%
6.7%
42,220
26.8%
4.0%
11.2%
14.8%
51.4%
42
399,843
7.6%
8.4%
208,799
26.7%
5.7%
11.9%
24.9%
51.3%
382
24,324
8.4%
10.7%
12,748
26.6%
3.4%
10.1%
22.4%
59.1%
15
01101 Montgomery, AL
223,510
6.7%
7.1%
117,151
25.2%
4.8%
12.8%
28.1%
42.5%
229
01103 Morgan, AL
111,064
5.4%
6.4%
56,613
25.4%
5.2%
11.0%
15.5%
39.6%
113
01105 Perry, AL
11,861
14.7%
19.0%
6,451
32.7%
5.5%
7.9%
35.8%
63.6%
19
01107 Pickens, AL
20,949
8.2%
11.3%
11,140
32.3%
5.3%
8.9%
25.4%
58.7%
30
01109 Pike, AL
29,605
9.3%
12.2%
15,620
26.5%
4.6%
9.2%
26.2%
56.9%
32
01111 Randolph, AL
22,380
5.3%
7.2%
11,570
28.2%
4.9%
9.8%
16.9%
38.2%
35
01113 Russell, AL
49,756
6.3%
6.8%
26,052
30.1%
5.7%
13.3%
27.8%
48.3%
32
01115 St. Clair, AL
64,742
4.2%
4.3%
32,090
23.5%
4.0%
10.4%
13.0%
35.0%
102
01117 Shelby, AL
143,293
3.0%
3.2%
73,036
17.4%
3.1%
10.3%
10.9%
25.7%
118
01119 Sumter, AL
14,798
11.5%
14.0%
8,003
31.7%
5.9%
9.3%
36.6%
64.9%
20
01121 Talladega, AL
80,321
7.7%
9.4%
41,036
32.5%
6.3%
10.9%
21.2%
50.9%
84
01123 Tallapoosa, AL
41,475
6.1%
6.9%
21,771
33.2%
7.5%
11.3%
20.2%
49.5%
85
01125 Tuscaloosa, AL
164,875
6.2%
6.7%
85,503
23.3%
3.6%
10.5%
21.7%
40.6%
158
01127 Walker, AL
70,713
6.4%
6.9%
36,596
32.4%
5.7%
11.5%
16.4%
43.5%
63
01129 Washington, AL
18,097
7.7%
9.2%
9,228
26.3%
4.8%
7.6%
16.6%
51.6%
19
01131 Wilcox, AL
13,183
15.2%
20.1%
7,041
32.2%
5.0%
7.5%
37.4%
66.9%
17
01133 Winston, AL
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12001 Alachua, FL
12003 Baker, FL
12005 Bay, FL
24,843
6.3%
8.4%
12,677
27.1%
5.4%
11.2%
12.7%
43.6%
7
15,982,378
5.6%
5.9% 8,184,663
24.7%
5.7%
12.7%
18.0%
32.8%
20,389
217,955
7.0%
6.8%
111,550
17.5%
3.3%
10.9%
22.5%
40.2%
315
22,259
4.5%
6.2%
10,571
25.1%
2.6%
11.2%
16.4%
45.3%
2
148,217
4.9%
5.2%
74,811
24.8%
5.2%
14.4%
17.7%
39.5%
121
12007 Bradford, FL
26,088
4.8%
4.7%
11,492
27.9%
7.2%
12.5%
18.3%
38.6%
15
12009 Brevard, FL
476,230
4.9%
5.0%
243,044
23.7%
5.2%
12.9%
15.3%
31.2%
499
12011 Broward, FL
1,623,018
5.3%
5.7%
839,786
23.6%
5.9%
13.2%
19.9%
28.4%
2,283
12013 Calhoun, FL
13,017
6.5%
4.9%
5,993
28.9%
5.6%
10.5%
19.2%
49.7%
24
12015 Charlotte, FL
141,627
3.5%
3.4%
73,979
26.2%
6.4%
10.0%
10.5%
25.5%
138
12017 Citrus, FL
118,085
6.7%
7.4%
61,394
28.4%
6.5%
10.9%
11.0%
36.2%
110
12019 Clay, FL
140,814
4.6%
5.1%
71,479
21.0%
4.9%
11.4%
13.7%
22.6%
108
12021 Collier, FL
292
251,377
3.7%
3.6%
125,521
21.1%
6.3%
11.4%
10.4%
26.3%
12023 Columbia, FL
56,513
6.0%
6.3%
27,857
28.6%
5.0%
13.3%
18.1%
33.7%
65
12027 DeSoto, FL
32,209
5.3%
6.4%
14,106
25.9%
5.8%
9.2%
14.5%
49.0%
28
12029 Dixie, FL
13,827
7.4%
6.8%
6,463
35.6%
4.8%
10.5%
15.1%
46.6%
5
12031 Duval, FL
778,879
5.0%
5.2%
401,098
24.4%
5.8%
14.8%
23.6%
31.7%
1,075
12033 Escambia, FL
294,410
6.6%
6.7%
148,227
25.2%
4.2%
14.2%
22.7%
43.2%
390
12035 Flagler, FL
49,832
4.3%
4.1%
25,945
23.0%
5.5%
9.7%
11.0%
33.6%
29
12037 Franklin, FL
11,057
3.6%
5.5%
4,815
28.9%
5.0%
14.7%
14.8%
38.0%
4
12039 Gadsden, FL
45,087
7.6%
8.2%
23,639
29.6%
6.2%
11.6%
31.2%
43.3%
69
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DEMOGRAPHICS
FIPS
Code County Name
2000
Percent
Pop 16+
2000 Total UnemPopulation ployed
2000
Percnt
Fem 16+
Unemployed
2000
2000
Percent
2000
2000
Percent
of
Percnt
Fem 16-64 Percent Families
Fem 16+ with
Fem
with
2000 Fem with
Employment 15+
Female
Divorced Head
Population Disability Disability
2000
Percent
Fem
Hshlders
w/Children
<18 below
poverty
level
2000
Unmarried
Female
HshldrFemale
Partner
12041 Gilchrist, FL
14,437
4.4%
5.1%
6,794
28.5%
5.6%
12.0%
15.1%
42.1%
0
12043 Glades, FL
10,576
8.8%
6.9%
4,775
26.6%
5.3%
8.6%
12.0%
50.4%
7
12045 Gulf, FL
13,332
6.0%
5.6%
6,213
29.4%
7.2%
10.8%
16.5%
50.0%
13
12047 Hamilton, FL
13,327
7.1%
8.3%
5,670
32.6%
8.3%
9.6%
23.4%
56.5%
3
12049 Hardee, FL
26,938
9.7%
9.6%
12,293
29.3%
6.2%
9.5%
14.5%
42.7%
14
12051 Hendry, FL
12053 Hernando, FL
12055 Highlands, FL
12057 Hillsborough, FL
12059 Holmes, FL
36,210
7.8%
9.5%
16,090
26.1%
5.8%
9.4%
16.6%
44.3%
60
130,802
5.2%
5.7%
68,672
27.9%
5.6%
10.0%
12.0%
32.4%
204
87,366
4.4%
5.1%
44,766
29.2%
6.6%
8.8%
12.4%
45.8%
55
998,948
5.7%
6.1%
510,176
24.3%
5.7%
13.6%
20.2%
31.9%
1,513
18,564
6.2%
7.9%
8,718
30.5%
5.3%
12.0%
15.3%
48.2%
2
112,947
4.5%
4.2%
58,314
24.7%
8.1%
11.2%
13.4%
28.1%
131
12063 Jackson, FL
46,755
5.7%
7.1%
22,222
32.2%
7.3%
10.5%
20.7%
39.3%
37
12065 Jefferson, FL
12,902
4.8%
4.1%
6,321
27.7%
5.5%
11.3%
21.5%
39.7%
12
12061 Indian River, FL
12067 Lafayette, FL
12069 Lake, FL
7,022
4.5%
7.0%
2,822
24.5%
3.1%
9.2%
12.4%
48.3%
2
210,528
3.9%
4.0%
108,662
27.2%
7.0%
10.0%
12.0%
36.9%
193
12071 Lee, FL
440,888
3.7%
4.1%
225,384
23.1%
6.4%
11.5%
12.8%
29.9%
477
12073 Leon, FL
239,452
8.3%
6.9%
125,318
15.3%
2.5%
11.5%
23.1%
33.0%
329
12075 Levy, FL
34,450
6.1%
5.9%
17,760
29.7%
4.1%
13.1%
16.9%
46.1%
34
7,021
5.0%
6.5%
2,867
32.2%
6.7%
13.9%
18.9%
50.4%
3
12079 Madison, FL
18,733
5.4%
6.5%
9,023
33.9%
10.2%
11.8%
24.7%
54.0%
16
12081 Manatee, FL
264,002
3.6%
3.7%
136,453
25.3%
6.2%
12.0%
14.3%
29.9%
309
12083 Marion, FL
258,916
5.8%
6.2%
133,971
27.9%
6.4%
12.0%
15.3%
36.4%
250
12085 Martin, FL
126,731
4.2%
4.2%
64,539
22.1%
7.3%
11.4%
11.3%
25.8%
66
2,253,362
8.7%
10.0% 1,164,467
26.6%
5.2%
13.3%
24.4%
37.3%
2,731
119
12077 Liberty, FL
12086 Miami-Dade, FL
12087 Monroe, FL
79,589
3.2%
2.3%
37,210
25.6%
9.5%
14.6%
12.5%
25.4%
12089 Nassau, FL
57,663
4.8%
5.2%
29,220
21.9%
5.1%
10.7%
13.1%
27.6%
53
170,498
4.7%
5.3%
84,338
20.8%
4.8%
12.8%
14.5%
33.1%
118
12091 Okaloosa, FL
12093 Okeechobee, FL
12095 Orange, FL
12097 Osceola, FL
12099 Palm Beach, FL
35,910
4.7%
4.9%
16,665
31.3%
7.4%
11.3%
15.0%
35.8%
57
896,344
5.0%
5.5%
452,628
23.1%
5.7%
12.6%
20.9%
30.3%
1,089
172,493
5.0%
5.1%
87,471
24.4%
5.7%
11.9%
17.3%
30.4%
242
1,131,184
5.0%
5.3%
584,445
23.1%
5.9%
11.9%
15.1%
28.7%
1,516
12101 Pasco, FL
344,765
4.7%
4.7%
179,348
28.8%
6.7%
11.1%
13.3%
32.0%
624
12103 Pinellas, FL
921,482
4.3%
4.0%
482,523
26.1%
6.6%
14.8%
17.9%
26.6%
1,883
12105 Polk, FL
483,924
5.7%
6.2%
246,558
27.5%
6.8%
11.6%
17.0%
37.0%
548
70,423
5.7%
6.7%
35,632
33.2%
7.7%
12.3%
18.4%
52.6%
141
12109 St. Johns, FL
123,135
3.3%
3.3%
63,321
20.1%
6.0%
13.0%
13.0%
26.7%
156
12111 St. Lucie, FL
192,695
5.2%
5.8%
98,576
26.9%
7.7%
11.4%
15.7%
40.0%
132
12113 Santa Rosa, FL
117,743
5.3%
6.2%
58,684
23.0%
3.9%
11.1%
13.4%
37.8%
105
12115 Sarasota, FL
325,957
3.7%
3.4%
171,539
23.4%
6.6%
12.5%
12.2%
27.5%
341
12117 Seminole, FL
365,196
3.7%
3.9%
186,420
19.4%
4.5%
12.7%
16.5%
21.7%
356
12119 Sumter, FL
53,345
4.8%
6.3%
25,033
29.3%
7.2%
9.7%
11.6%
43.0%
17
12121 Suwannee, FL
34,844
7.3%
7.7%
17,832
31.8%
5.6%
12.3%
15.6%
41.1%
19
12123 Taylor, FL
19,256
5.5%
8.2%
9,423
30.1%
7.3%
14.0%
20.2%
48.3%
28
12107 Putnam, FL
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DEMOGRAPHICS
FIPS
Code County Name
12125 Union, FL
12127 Volusia, FL
2000
Percent
Pop 16+
2000 Total UnemPopulation ployed
2000
2000
Percent
2000
2000
2000
Percent
of
Percnt
Percnt
Fem 16-64 Percent Families
Fem 16+
Fem 16+ with
Fem
with
Unem2000 Fem with
Employment 15+
Female
ployed
Divorced Head
Population Disability Disability
2000
Percent
Fem
Hshlders
w/Children
<18 below
poverty
level
2000
Unmarried
Female
HshldrFemale
Partner
13,442
4.0%
4.7%
4,749
24.6%
4.2%
11.4%
19.3%
35.8%
4
443,343
6.3%
6.0%
227,982
25.4%
5.3%
13.1%
16.7%
33.0%
676
12129 Wakulla, FL
22,863
3.9%
4.6%
11,027
21.2%
4.3%
14.6%
16.8%
31.1%
43
12131 Walton, FL
40,601
4.4%
5.8%
19,789
28.7%
7.1%
13.5%
15.0%
47.4%
72
12133 Washington, FL
20,973
5.5%
6.3%
10,190
29.0%
3.2%
9.7%
16.0%
51.4%
17
8,186,453
5.5%
6.1% 4,159,340
22.6%
4.7%
11.6%
20.6%
35.3%
10,073
13001 Appling, GA
17,419
4.8%
6.0%
8,838
25.9%
4.4%
11.7%
17.0%
46.1%
10
13003 Atkinson, GA
7,609
5.2%
5.0%
3,842
25.0%
2.0%
8.7%
17.5%
49.6%
12
13005 Bacon, GA
10,103
4.5%
3.0%
5,151
29.8%
4.6%
10.1%
19.2%
52.8%
5
13007 Baker, GA
4,074
8.3%
10.5%
2,188
30.9%
4.9%
8.0%
27.0%
46.8%
1
44,700
6.2%
6.2%
20,568
24.4%
3.9%
10.9%
27.3%
36.2%
29
13 GEORGIA
13009 Baldwin, GA
13011 Banks, GA
14,422
3.0%
2.5%
7,139
25.1%
4.8%
9.6%
10.2%
36.0%
11
13013 Barrow, GA
46,144
4.2%
4.6%
23,205
23.6%
3.9%
11.0%
15.1%
26.8%
33
113
13015 Bartow, GA
76,019
4.0%
5.2%
38,459
21.9%
3.8%
11.1%
14.3%
23.5%
13017 Ben Hill, GA
17,484
6.3%
7.4%
9,115
28.5%
7.8%
9.8%
25.1%
57.3%
0
13019 Berrien, GA
16,235
4.5%
5.9%
8,260
28.7%
5.1%
10.8%
16.2%
47.7%
15
164
13021 Bibb, GA
153,887
7.5%
8.0%
83,087
26.4%
5.5%
12.9%
30.8%
46.6%
13023 Bleckley, GA
11,666
6.0%
6.8%
6,046
29.3%
5.3%
10.5%
21.7%
38.0%
5
13025 Brantley, GA
14,629
4.9%
4.7%
7,286
31.9%
9.8%
10.0%
13.8%
46.2%
22
13027 Brooks, GA
16,450
5.3%
5.4%
8,558
30.1%
5.9%
10.3%
25.5%
61.6%
28
13029 Bryan, GA
23,417
3.1%
3.5%
11,814
18.4%
2.4%
11.2%
14.8%
45.3%
37
13031 Bulloch, GA
55,983
10.2%
10.5%
28,728
19.6%
3.3%
8.0%
19.9%
44.7%
78
13033 Burke, GA
22,243
9.3%
10.8%
11,687
34.8%
8.2%
11.5%
31.2%
54.7%
9
13035 Butts, GA
19,522
3.9%
4.8%
9,119
26.4%
5.6%
12.0%
18.5%
29.3%
30
13037 Calhoun, GA
6,320
5.6%
5.6%
2,747
34.0%
9.5%
8.8%
33.8%
56.8%
0
13039 Camden, GA
43,664
5.8%
6.0%
21,098
19.2%
5.3%
10.5%
15.1%
37.7%
86
13043 Candler, GA
9,577
7.2%
9.8%
4,773
32.1%
5.1%
10.0%
20.0%
61.3%
8
13045 Carroll, GA
87,268
4.8%
5.8%
44,736
23.4%
4.7%
10.9%
16.8%
38.3%
124
58
13047 Catoosa, GA
53,282
3.3%
3.8%
27,499
22.7%
4.9%
12.9%
14.6%
29.6%
13049 Charlton, GA
10,282
5.2%
5.5%
4,842
25.9%
3.5%
10.1%
20.1%
56.3%
14
13051 Chatham, GA
232,048
6.1%
6.3%
120,258
25.8%
5.9%
12.6%
25.7%
40.0%
340
13053 Chattahoochee, GA
14,882
7.5%
9.3%
5,477
17.6%
4.3%
5.6%
11.3%
39.3%
5
13055 Chattooga, GA
25,470
5.6%
6.3%
12,331
29.1%
6.8%
12.4%
17.7%
34.4%
21
13057 Cherokee, GA
141,903
2.7%
3.1%
70,691
15.9%
3.7%
11.3%
10.5%
16.3%
195
13059 Clarke, GA
101,489
10.2%
10.5%
51,957
17.6%
3.1%
8.8%
26.9%
47.0%
183
13061 Clay, GA
13063 Clayton, GA
13065 Clinch, GA
13067 Cobb, GA
3,357
6.8%
9.0%
1,831
30.1%
4.6%
6.8%
33.9%
69.8%
0
236,517
5.5%
5.7%
121,625
21.3%
5.0%
14.6%
28.2%
20.7%
364
6,878
4.2%
7.2%
3,458
32.4%
5.4%
10.9%
23.3%
49.1%
2
607,751
3.8%
4.2%
306,243
16.5%
3.8%
11.9%
15.6%
17.9%
687
13069 Coffee, GA
37,413
6.4%
8.2%
18,839
28.5%
4.8%
10.5%
20.8%
45.6%
49
13071 Colquitt, GA
42,053
6.3%
7.5%
21,225
31.1%
6.3%
10.0%
21.7%
46.2%
14
75
13073 Columbia, GA
89,288
3.7%
4.8%
45,658
17.6%
4.1%
9.5%
13.1%
24.9%
13075 Cook, GA
15,771
5.3%
8.4%
8,208
28.8%
4.3%
10.0%
21.0%
55.0%
5
13077 Coweta, GA
89,215
3.9%
5.2%
45,053
20.0%
4.7%
10.3%
15.6%
28.5%
69
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HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
DEMOGRAPHICS
FIPS
Code County Name
2000
Percent
Pop 16+
2000 Total UnemPopulation ployed
2000
Percnt
Fem 16+
Unemployed
2000
2000
Percent
2000
2000
Percent
of
Percnt
Fem 16-64 Percent Families
Fem 16+ with
Fem
with
2000 Fem with
Employment 15+
Female
Divorced Head
Population Disability Disability
2000
Percent
Fem
Hshlders
w/Children
<18 below
poverty
level
2000
Unmarried
Female
HshldrFemale
Partner
13079 Crawford, GA
12,495
4.6%
4.9%
6,233
21.5%
4.0%
7.9%
16.3%
40.7%
8
13081 Crisp, GA
21,996
7.0%
9.1%
11,655
32.4%
6.3%
10.0%
30.6%
67.8%
32
13083 Dade, GA
15,154
5.4%
7.0%
7,733
22.9%
4.1%
7.9%
12.6%
21.1%
17
13085 Dawson, GA
15,999
3.4%
3.6%
7,965
21.5%
5.6%
11.2%
10.6%
26.6%
10
13087 Decatur, GA
28,240
6.5%
7.2%
14,787
28.3%
5.6%
11.3%
26.8%
55.9%
27
13089 DeKalb, GA
665,865
5.5%
5.6%
343,085
19.5%
4.0%
13.1%
28.1%
21.1%
1,542
13091 Dodge, GA
19,171
5.4%
7.8%
9,349
32.4%
7.7%
9.9%
21.9%
39.6%
0
13093 Dooly, GA
11,525
6.4%
8.5%
5,500
29.4%
5.5%
9.9%
29.0%
40.9%
17
13095 Dougherty, GA
96,065
10.1%
10.5%
51,265
27.6%
4.6%
12.9%
33.9%
51.5%
151
13097 Douglas, GA
92,174
3.8%
4.2%
46,912
20.9%
3.9%
12.3%
16.7%
24.7%
165
13099 Early, GA
12,354
8.1%
8.6%
6,602
33.6%
4.2%
8.0%
29.7%
61.8%
16
3,754
3.7%
6.3%
1,737
23.2%
5.8%
14.2%
14.6%
50.8%
18
13101 Echols, GA
13103 Effingham, GA
37,535
4.2%
5.5%
18,889
20.9%
4.1%
10.5%
13.9%
30.4%
36
13105 Elbert, GA
20,511
5.8%
6.7%
10,672
30.3%
4.6%
8.4%
21.8%
44.1%
16
13107 Emanuel, GA
21,837
4.4%
5.6%
11,328
28.9%
5.6%
9.2%
23.9%
57.4%
48
13109 Evans, GA
10,495
8.1%
12.4%
5,393
26.3%
4.5%
12.0%
23.1%
59.1%
0
13111 Fannin, GA
19,798
3.9%
5.6%
10,232
30.0%
4.1%
11.5%
12.4%
34.9%
15
13113 Fayette, GA
91,263
2.6%
2.3%
46,605
13.9%
3.7%
8.3%
10.1%
14.3%
56
13115 Floyd, GA
90,565
6.7%
8.8%
46,742
27.7%
5.1%
11.7%
18.2%
41.9%
83
13117 Forsyth, GA
98,407
2.1%
2.6%
48,557
15.5%
3.4%
8.7%
8.2%
18.1%
58
13119 Franklin, GA
20,285
4.2%
5.1%
10,451
30.3%
7.0%
8.6%
14.6%
43.3%
27
13121 Fulton, GA
816,006
8.9%
8.9%
414,280
21.3%
4.5%
12.4%
28.5%
39.4%
1,210
13123 Gilmer, GA
23,456
4.2%
5.9%
11,554
26.2%
5.4%
10.3%
11.4%
32.2%
14
2,556
12.3%
16.7%
1,328
30.9%
5.1%
11.0%
13.4%
28.1%
0
13127 Glynn, GA
67,568
5.6%
7.3%
35,246
23.5%
4.7%
14.9%
21.6%
42.4%
40
13129 Gordon, GA
44,104
3.5%
3.3%
22,162
24.5%
4.9%
12.5%
14.6%
31.5%
68
13131 Grady, GA
23,659
7.4%
9.4%
12,414
26.3%
3.6%
10.9%
21.9%
49.2%
14
13133 Greene, GA
14,406
6.7%
8.4%
7,506
29.7%
8.8%
9.1%
24.8%
51.2%
5
588,448
3.3%
3.8%
291,699
16.0%
3.8%
11.1%
13.3%
14.2%
674
13125 Glascock, GA
13135 Gwinnett, GA
13137 Habersham, GA
35,902
4.2%
4.9%
17,470
25.2%
7.0%
10.3%
12.5%
27.0%
35
139,277
3.8%
4.4%
68,393
24.2%
5.3%
10.5%
14.2%
29.4%
175
13141 Hancock, GA
10,076
13.7%
10.5%
4,696
39.0%
10.9%
6.3%
39.5%
60.6%
18
13143 Haralson, GA
25,690
4.1%
4.0%
13,159
28.0%
3.3%
11.3%
15.5%
32.3%
17
13145 Harris, GA
23,695
3.4%
3.5%
11,994
23.1%
4.6%
9.7%
13.5%
27.4%
57
13147 Hart, GA
22,997
5.3%
6.2%
11,671
27.5%
5.5%
10.1%
16.5%
44.7%
16
13149 Heard, GA
11,012
5.7%
6.4%
5,604
26.2%
4.1%
11.5%
16.1%
39.2%
19
13139 Hall, GA
13151 Henry, GA
119,341
2.7%
3.3%
60,473
18.8%
4.4%
11.1%
12.8%
18.0%
31
13153 Houston, GA
110,765
4.9%
5.2%
56,258
21.6%
4.3%
11.6%
19.0%
35.6%
134
13155 Irwin, GA
13157 Jackson, GA
9,931
6.0%
7.6%
5,051
25.1%
3.4%
9.8%
19.4%
47.2%
0
41,589
3.4%
3.9%
20,758
24.8%
4.8%
10.5%
14.2%
41.7%
49
13159 Jasper, GA
11,426
4.7%
5.6%
5,824
26.7%
5.6%
11.3%
17.8%
40.7%
33
13161 Jeff Davis, GA
12,684
5.6%
7.9%
6,456
30.6%
5.3%
10.9%
18.3%
43.6%
7
13163 Jefferson, GA
17,266
11.8%
14.4%
9,139
33.4%
7.0%
8.3%
32.2%
48.4%
0
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DEMOGRAPHICS
FIPS
Code County Name
2000
Percent
Pop 16+
2000 Total UnemPopulation ployed
2000
Percnt
Fem 16+
Unemployed
2000
2000
Percent
2000
2000
Percent
of
Percnt
Fem 16-64 Percent Families
Fem 16+ with
Fem
with
2000 Fem with
Employment 15+
Female
Divorced Head
Population Disability Disability
2000
Percent
Fem
Hshlders
w/Children
<18 below
poverty
level
2000
Unmarried
Female
HshldrFemale
Partner
12
13165 Jenkins, GA
8,575
10.7%
10.8%
4,466
30.0%
4.7%
12.5%
27.8%
49.5%
13167 Johnson, GA
8,560
5.5%
5.7%
4,342
32.8%
6.1%
10.2%
25.5%
66.2%
0
13169 Jones, GA
23,639
4.5%
4.6%
12,098
21.3%
6.1%
10.0%
17.2%
30.6%
24
13171 Lamar, GA
15,912
5.5%
6.3%
8,293
25.8%
4.6%
12.1%
21.7%
37.3%
13
13173 Lanier, GA
7,241
6.2%
7.3%
3,572
28.1%
7.2%
11.6%
18.4%
48.0%
10
13175 Laurens, GA
44,874
5.2%
5.3%
23,302
27.4%
4.4%
12.1%
24.0%
50.1%
49
13177 Lee, GA
24,757
3.4%
3.8%
12,251
17.3%
2.9%
9.8%
15.8%
28.0%
0
13179 Liberty, GA
61,610
8.6%
10.8%
29,164
18.7%
3.7%
10.2%
19.0%
51.9%
29
9
13181 Lincoln, GA
8,348
6.0%
7.6%
4,284
28.5%
3.1%
8.2%
21.2%
40.8%
13183 Long, GA
10,304
8.8%
12.4%
5,098
20.3%
3.9%
10.9%
19.4%
54.2%
2
13185 Lowndes, GA
92,115
5.8%
6.7%
46,304
23.6%
4.9%
11.4%
23.3%
47.6%
86
13187 Lumpkin, GA
21,016
4.0%
5.8%
10,707
24.7%
4.8%
8.9%
13.2%
31.3%
27
13189 McDuffie, GA
21,231
7.7%
8.5%
11,211
29.0%
6.7%
10.9%
26.1%
43.8%
23
13191 McIntosh, GA
10,847
5.7%
7.1%
5,478
29.7%
6.4%
13.0%
20.4%
43.0%
17
13193 Macon, GA
14,074
9.1%
10.6%
7,090
31.3%
5.7%
7.9%
33.8%
53.8%
4
13195 Madison, GA
25,730
2.7%
4.0%
13,088
24.4%
7.4%
10.2%
14.2%
30.5%
32
13197 Marion, GA
13199 Meriwether, GA
13201 Miller, GA
7,144
3.6%
4.1%
3,626
32.4%
7.0%
7.5%
21.1%
40.8%
8
22,534
7.0%
7.1%
11,771
32.2%
4.4%
9.3%
25.3%
40.2%
48
13
6,383
4.0%
4.9%
3,375
30.8%
8.8%
11.1%
21.8%
49.4%
13205 Mitchell, GA
23,932
6.2%
7.8%
11,762
29.2%
5.8%
9.3%
30.6%
58.8%
40
13207 Monroe, GA
21,757
3.4%
3.8%
10,912
26.0%
7.2%
9.3%
17.7%
38.9%
38
13209 Montgomery, GA
13211 Morgan, GA
13213 Murray, GA
13215 Muscogee, GA
8,270
3.9%
5.6%
4,033
25.7%
3.1%
9.7%
19.1%
41.1%
28
15,457
5.1%
5.6%
7,970
24.5%
5.4%
8.6%
18.9%
37.4%
13
36,506
4.0%
3.7%
18,264
28.6%
5.4%
14.5%
14.3%
29.5%
36
186,291
7.0%
7.5%
95,674
26.9%
5.5%
14.1%
28.7%
40.0%
201
13217 Newton, GA
62,001
5.2%
6.5%
31,847
22.8%
4.4%
10.9%
18.1%
28.3%
111
13219 Oconee, GA
26,225
3.7%
5.1%
13,301
15.6%
2.2%
8.8%
11.6%
31.9%
31
13221 Oglethorpe, GA
12,635
3.0%
3.3%
6,498
28.5%
7.8%
12.5%
15.8%
35.4%
9
13223 Paulding, GA
81,678
2.6%
3.1%
40,805
17.9%
4.1%
10.2%
11.1%
17.6%
62
13225 Peach, GA
23,668
12.9%
14.9%
12,224
25.5%
6.1%
11.0%
27.5%
42.0%
39
13227 Pickens, GA
22,983
2.3%
3.0%
11,738
24.6%
7.1%
10.8%
11.5%
26.8%
30
13229 Pierce, GA
15,636
4.0%
4.7%
7,943
32.5%
7.2%
9.9%
15.5%
62.5%
9
13231 Pike, GA
13,688
3.4%
4.9%
6,838
21.8%
2.8%
9.6%
13.2%
29.9%
13
13233 Polk, GA
71
38,127
6.0%
7.2%
19,144
30.6%
5.1%
10.7%
17.7%
39.2%
13235 Pulaski, GA
9,588
5.5%
5.7%
5,507
27.9%
5.8%
10.4%
22.9%
46.2%
31
13237 Putnam, GA
18,812
3.8%
4.7%
9,548
27.2%
3.8%
11.3%
17.3%
52.0%
27
13239 Quitman, GA
2,598
5.8%
8.6%
1,375
35.9%
11.0%
7.2%
25.9%
45.8%
0
15,050
4.9%
4.8%
7,623
26.2%
4.6%
12.5%
11.6%
22.6%
26
13243 Randolph, GA
7,791
7.9%
10.1%
4,190
30.1%
5.9%
7.1%
33.3%
57.3%
1
13245 Richmond, GA
199,775
9.2%
9.1%
103,400
28.4%
5.2%
14.0%
31.0%
44.1%
193
13247 Rockdale, GA
70,111
4.2%
4.3%
35,266
21.0%
3.5%
11.2%
15.8%
18.8%
102
3,766
5.7%
6.3%
1,963
29.8%
6.1%
13.6%
21.6%
36.9%
5
13251 Screven, GA
15,374
9.4%
10.3%
8,031
31.4%
6.3%
10.6%
25.8%
46.4%
15
13253 Seminole, GA
9,369
7.0%
9.3%
4,905
27.5%
4.9%
11.6%
24.6%
49.9%
17
13241 Rabun, GA
13249 Schley, GA
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DEMOGRAPHICS
FIPS
Code County Name
2000
Percent
Pop 16+
2000 Total UnemPopulation ployed
2000
Percnt
Fem 16+
Unemployed
2000
2000
Percent
2000
2000
of
Percent
Percnt
Fem 16-64 Percent Families
Fem 16+ with
Fem
with
2000 Fem with
Employment 15+
Female
Divorced Head
Population Disability Disability
2000
Percent
Fem
Hshlders
w/Children
<18 below
poverty
level
2000
Unmarried
Female
HshldrFemale
Partner
48
13255 Spalding, GA
58,417
6.2%
7.3%
30,235
28.5%
6.3%
12.8%
24.8%
40.8%
13257 Stephens, GA
25,435
4.2%
4.5%
13,221
26.9%
7.0%
10.5%
15.6%
29.1%
35
13259 Stewart, GA
5,252
10.1%
10.3%
2,742
36.1%
5.5%
10.5%
34.4%
45.5%
14
13261 Sumter, GA
33,200
6.8%
8.6%
17,645
26.0%
4.5%
10.4%
31.2%
52.0%
16
13263 Talbot, GA
6,498
8.7%
9.0%
3,466
31.1%
7.3%
7.0%
28.1%
56.6%
10
13265 Taliaferro, GA
2,077
9.8%
13.4%
1,075
35.4%
2.0%
7.9%
31.1%
54.5%
3
22,305
6.8%
7.3%
9,447
26.0%
5.4%
11.9%
19.3%
54.0%
23
13269 Taylor, GA
8,815
8.0%
7.9%
4,511
31.0%
5.8%
8.9%
28.8%
54.8%
4
13271 Telfair, GA
11,794
6.5%
6.7%
5,591
35.0%
8.1%
9.9%
24.1%
48.4%
14
13273 Terrell, GA
10,970
8.5%
11.3%
5,826
32.5%
6.4%
8.6%
32.9%
51.6%
3
13275 Thomas, GA
42,737
6.5%
7.4%
22,620
30.2%
6.5%
12.9%
26.2%
43.1%
44
13267 Tattnall, GA
13277 Tift, GA
38,407
6.8%
7.8%
19,743
26.2%
5.8%
11.6%
23.3%
50.1%
24
13279 Toombs, GA
26,067
5.7%
6.2%
13,624
26.7%
4.9%
12.4%
22.5%
45.9%
38
16
13281 Towns, GA
9,319
3.8%
4.7%
4,908
25.2%
5.6%
8.6%
9.0%
35.1%
13283 Treutlen, GA
6,854
9.4%
11.7%
3,450
34.0%
5.0%
10.6%
24.0%
40.8%
9
58,779
5.2%
4.9%
30,769
27.1%
6.2%
12.2%
25.1%
40.0%
41
13285 Troup, GA
13287 Turner, GA
9,504
8.0%
9.5%
4,934
27.0%
6.7%
11.2%
25.2%
53.7%
0
13289 Twiggs, GA
10,590
8.3%
9.0%
5,520
28.3%
4.4%
9.5%
23.5%
46.4%
18
24
13291 Union, GA
17,289
3.2%
4.2%
8,792
24.1%
5.0%
10.1%
9.7%
30.8%
13293 Upson, GA
27,597
7.0%
7.9%
14,492
30.1%
5.7%
11.7%
23.6%
38.9%
0
13295 Walker, GA
61,053
4.3%
5.0%
31,412
29.9%
7.0%
12.2%
16.2%
42.6%
42
13297 Walton, GA
60,687
3.4%
4.4%
31,131
23.0%
4.5%
9.9%
16.1%
33.9%
29
13299 Ware, GA
35,483
6.4%
6.5%
17,953
32.1%
6.9%
11.4%
21.4%
50.0%
13
13301 Warren, GA
6,336
9.4%
13.1%
3,399
33.2%
4.5%
7.6%
31.9%
57.0%
0
13303 Washington, GA
21,176
9.5%
11.7%
11,668
30.2%
4.8%
9.4%
29.6%
53.0%
8
13305 Wayne, GA
33
26,565
5.0%
5.6%
12,749
25.6%
5.5%
8.8%
18.9%
48.2%
13307 Webster, GA
2,390
7.5%
7.2%
1,189
29.9%
10.2%
6.9%
22.7%
51.0%
0
13309 Wheeler, GA
6,179
5.0%
7.7%
2,709
32.4%
4.6%
9.1%
18.8%
46.0%
8
13311 White, GA
19,944
2.8%
2.1%
10,064
25.6%
4.8%
12.0%
11.6%
38.7%
28
13313 Whitfield, GA
83,525
3.6%
4.0%
41,491
25.3%
4.9%
11.6%
14.3%
24.9%
48
13315 Wilcox, GA
8,577
4.9%
5.4%
3,835
31.0%
3.4%
8.4%
21.2%
62.7%
3
13317 Wilkes, GA
10,687
4.4%
5.4%
5,581
31.9%
7.6%
11.0%
25.1%
41.7%
28
13319 Wilkinson, GA
10,220
6.7%
7.6%
5,361
30.2%
5.2%
10.2%
25.1%
44.2%
13
13321 Worth, GA
21,967
7.2%
8.7%
11,440
27.9%
5.1%
9.7%
20.7%
46.9%
23
4,041,769
5.7%
5.8% 2,066,401
26.5%
4.8%
11.8%
17.0%
42.7%
4,244
21001 Adair, KY
17,244
10.8%
11.9%
8,889
33.1%
6.4%
9.2%
14.3%
46.7%
13
21003 Allen, KY
17,800
4.9%
6.6%
9,084
32.0%
6.7%
10.9%
13.3%
40.3%
13
21005 Anderson, KY
9
21 KENTUCKY
19,111
4.0%
5.2%
9,771
23.8%
3.5%
12.5%
12.2%
21.3%
21007 Ballard, KY
8,286
4.2%
5.2%
4,195
24.1%
2.8%
9.1%
11.3%
48.9%
0
21009 Barren, KY
38,033
5.4%
5.7%
19,735
29.0%
5.3%
10.4%
13.8%
41.9%
46
21011 Bath, KY
11,085
6.7%
9.0%
5,609
34.0%
3.1%
10.3%
14.3%
56.5%
11
21013 Bell, KY
30,060
11.1%
11.6%
15,690
39.6%
6.7%
11.8%
22.1%
69.5%
17
21015 Boone, KY
85,991
3.1%
3.1%
43,492
18.7%
4.6%
11.0%
13.1%
24.3%
102
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DEMOGRAPHICS
FIPS
Code County Name
2000
Percent
Pop 16+
2000 Total UnemPopulation ployed
2000
Percnt
Fem 16+
Unemployed
2000
2000
Percent
2000
2000
Percent
of
Percnt
Fem 16-64 Percent Families
Fem 16+ with
Fem
with
2000 Fem with
Employment 15+
Female
Divorced Head
Population Disability Disability
2000
Percent
Fem
Hshlders
w/Children
<18 below
poverty
level
2000
Unmarried
Female
HshldrFemale
Partner
30
21017 Bourbon, KY
19,360
3.8%
3.7%
9,948
25.8%
4.4%
12.3%
17.3%
50.7%
21019 Boyd, KY
49,752
8.5%
9.2%
25,389
29.2%
5.0%
12.4%
16.5%
43.0%
11
21021 Boyle, KY
27,697
4.3%
4.9%
13,966
25.3%
4.4%
13.1%
18.0%
43.7%
16
14
21023 Bracken, KY
8,279
4.9%
6.5%
4,182
27.4%
8.5%
9.6%
14.7%
44.1%
21025 Breathitt, KY
16,100
10.1%
7.0%
8,156
40.0%
5.7%
10.7%
19.3%
69.5%
38
21027 Breckinridge, KY
18,648
6.0%
6.6%
9,390
25.3%
3.4%
9.7%
12.2%
32.0%
13
21029 Bullitt, KY
61,236
3.2%
4.0%
30,782
22.2%
5.8%
12.1%
13.0%
35.2%
55
21031 Butler, KY
13,010
4.8%
5.5%
6,538
27.5%
3.7%
8.9%
12.7%
54.8%
16
26
21033 Caldwell, KY
13,060
5.5%
5.9%
6,782
27.5%
3.8%
11.5%
14.0%
46.1%
21035 Calloway, KY
34,177
9.6%
9.3%
17,689
23.3%
4.6%
9.7%
13.0%
47.2%
17
21037 Campbell, KY
88,616
3.9%
4.0%
45,870
22.2%
4.6%
12.0%
18.5%
35.9%
110
21039 Carlisle, KY
5,351
6.2%
7.5%
2,741
26.5%
5.9%
9.8%
13.1%
41.3%
0
21041 Carroll, KY
10,155
6.7%
8.3%
5,048
28.1%
2.4%
12.3%
17.0%
51.4%
19
40
21043 Carter, KY
26,889
8.2%
7.4%
13,726
25.2%
2.9%
9.3%
14.3%
44.4%
21045 Casey, KY
15,447
5.9%
7.9%
7,897
31.6%
5.5%
9.9%
15.3%
43.8%
8
21047 Christian, KY
72,265
6.8%
8.2%
34,971
27.1%
7.0%
10.2%
18.4%
41.2%
49
40
21049 Clark, KY
33,144
4.6%
4.7%
17,119
26.7%
5.6%
12.3%
16.5%
35.3%
21051 Clay, KY
24,556
10.7%
9.1%
11,598
39.0%
4.9%
10.5%
16.5%
65.5%
0
9,634
6.1%
8.1%
4,994
37.7%
6.5%
11.9%
14.1%
63.7%
10
16
21053 Clinton, KY
21055 Crittenden, KY
9,384
6.7%
4.9%
4,842
31.0%
4.9%
10.8%
12.6%
51.2%
21057 Cumberland, KY
7,147
6.5%
4.9%
3,708
36.6%
5.2%
9.4%
16.3%
45.0%
4
21059 Daviess, KY
91,545
5.8%
5.6%
47,524
24.6%
5.8%
12.2%
17.1%
41.9%
57
21061 Edmonson, KY
11,644
6.9%
8.0%
5,897
34.6%
5.3%
9.7%
11.9%
58.7%
0
6,748
10.5%
10.1%
3,457
38.2%
9.0%
12.2%
13.3%
54.9%
12
21063 Elliott, KY
21065 Estill, KY
21067 Fayette, KY
15,307
7.4%
8.4%
7,897
36.3%
5.2%
11.2%
17.8%
55.8%
7
260,512
5.4%
5.1%
132,607
19.4%
4.4%
12.3%
19.8%
31.6%
485
21069 Fleming, KY
13,792
6.7%
7.7%
7,038
32.3%
6.6%
10.9%
13.0%
41.0%
7
21071 Floyd, KY
42,441
10.0%
9.9%
21,578
36.6%
4.2%
11.3%
16.9%
66.3%
61
21073 Franklin, KY
47
47,687
6.2%
6.0%
24,621
26.0%
5.7%
16.3%
18.9%
36.2%
21075 Fulton, KY
7,752
8.6%
11.6%
4,131
27.8%
3.7%
12.1%
27.6%
57.2%
9
21077 Gallatin, KY
7,870
3.5%
4.0%
3,956
29.2%
8.8%
11.5%
14.5%
44.7%
11
21079 Garrard, KY
14,792
5.1%
3.9%
7,518
28.3%
6.3%
9.7%
12.5%
40.6%
18
21081 Grant, KY
22,384
5.4%
5.2%
11,354
27.1%
4.7%
12.2%
14.6%
40.2%
28
21083 Graves, KY
37,028
5.5%
6.7%
18,987
27.1%
4.4%
10.5%
14.1%
56.1%
64
21085 Grayson, KY
24,053
5.7%
6.1%
12,143
31.4%
6.1%
11.0%
13.8%
52.2%
9
21087 Green, KY
11,518
5.1%
6.2%
5,849
30.7%
3.3%
10.8%
11.9%
54.6%
16
21089 Greenup, KY
36,891
7.3%
6.6%
19,133
30.6%
3.8%
9.8%
13.7%
45.3%
52
21091 Hancock, KY
8,392
5.1%
6.0%
4,250
20.0%
3.1%
10.3%
11.0%
49.5%
5
94,174
5.7%
6.0%
46,617
23.5%
4.7%
12.3%
16.2%
32.6%
78
21095 Harlan, KY
33,202
13.2%
10.2%
17,314
39.3%
4.3%
10.6%
18.5%
61.2%
24
21097 Harrison, KY
17,983
3.6%
3.9%
9,222
25.6%
3.7%
10.4%
14.3%
39.7%
19
21099 Hart, KY
17,445
6.6%
7.7%
8,858
30.8%
4.0%
10.5%
14.6%
51.2%
26
21101 Henderson, KY
44,829
5.4%
5.4%
23,158
25.8%
3.6%
11.8%
16.7%
40.3%
31
21103 Henry, KY
15,060
3.7%
4.5%
7,558
28.1%
5.6%
12.0%
14.0%
36.6%
18
21093 Hardin, KY
231
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HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
DEMOGRAPHICS
FIPS
Code County Name
2000
Percent
Pop 16+
2000 Total UnemPopulation ployed
2000
2000
Percent
2000
2000
of
Percent
2000 Percnt
Percnt
Fem 16-64 Percent Families
Fem 16+ with
Fem
Fem 16+
with
Unem2000 Fem with
Employment 15+
Female
ployed
Divorced Head
Population Disability Disability
2000
Percent
Fem
Hshlders
w/Children
<18 below
poverty
level
2000
Unmarried
Female
HshldrFemale
Partner
21105 Hickman, KY
5,262
6.5%
6.8%
2,751
27.7%
5.6%
9.5%
15.4%
56.3%
0
21107 Hopkins, KY
46,519
7.0%
6.7%
24,353
28.3%
5.0%
11.9%
16.7%
49.0%
81
21109 Jackson, KY
13,495
8.8%
7.0%
6,841
36.9%
7.7%
11.2%
13.8%
61.2%
19
21111 Jefferson, KY
693,604
5.0%
4.9%
362,005
23.7%
4.8%
13.9%
23.1%
36.9%
750
47
21113 Jessamine, KY
39,041
4.3%
4.5%
19,856
22.3%
3.0%
10.4%
14.4%
36.5%
21115 Johnson, KY
23,445
8.4%
8.0%
12,142
35.4%
3.9%
11.0%
15.0%
54.2%
22
151,464
3.5%
3.7%
77,181
22.2%
4.1%
12.6%
18.2%
33.8%
190
21119 Knott, KY
17,649
15.6%
13.7%
8,947
35.6%
3.1%
9.6%
17.0%
66.5%
19
21121 Knox, KY
31,795
8.9%
8.5%
16,485
39.5%
5.1%
11.8%
18.8%
60.6%
26
21123 Larue, KY
13,373
4.8%
6.0%
6,844
28.9%
6.7%
9.6%
14.4%
46.3%
15
21125 Laurel, KY
52,715
5.4%
4.8%
26,950
30.9%
5.5%
11.5%
15.2%
57.6%
44
21127 Lawrence, KY
15,569
11.5%
9.8%
7,890
35.7%
4.3%
9.4%
14.0%
56.5%
12
7,916
9.4%
12.0%
3,780
34.0%
4.8%
11.2%
18.0%
64.1%
7
21131 Leslie, KY
12,401
10.2%
10.2%
6,357
38.6%
4.2%
11.6%
17.2%
66.0%
9
21133 Letcher, KY
25,277
11.0%
8.6%
12,911
36.5%
5.7%
9.0%
15.5%
66.4%
16
21135 Lewis, KY
14,092
11.7%
12.6%
7,083
31.1%
5.6%
9.6%
13.0%
56.6%
6
21137 Lincoln, KY
23,361
5.0%
3.8%
11,898
32.3%
7.7%
10.9%
14.1%
37.0%
18
21117 Kenton, KY
21129 Lee, KY
21139 Livingston, KY
21141 Logan, KY
21143 Lyon, KY
9,804
4.7%
3.4%
4,957
22.3%
3.3%
10.3%
10.9%
27.9%
0
26,573
4.2%
4.5%
13,760
27.1%
5.8%
11.7%
15.5%
35.7%
18
8,080
5.5%
4.0%
3,461
34.6%
15.8%
10.7%
11.5%
42.8%
13
21145 McCracken, KY
65,514
6.0%
6.1%
34,392
25.3%
4.2%
12.7%
18.4%
50.9%
41
21147 McCreary, KY
17,080
11.3%
10.5%
8,674
39.1%
4.0%
13.0%
18.9%
60.1%
0
21149 McLean, KY
9,938
6.1%
5.1%
5,061
28.0%
5.6%
11.5%
12.1%
46.5%
1
21151 Madison, KY
70,872
5.0%
5.4%
36,664
23.6%
3.8%
11.1%
16.0%
43.8%
84
21153 Magoffin, KY
13,332
12.8%
9.5%
6,760
35.2%
5.1%
9.6%
14.6%
68.4%
18
21155 Marion, KY
18,212
5.9%
7.2%
9,002
29.2%
4.3%
9.4%
19.1%
50.1%
28
21157 Marshall, KY
30,125
4.2%
5.1%
15,365
26.7%
7.0%
9.9%
10.9%
35.9%
31
21159 Martin, KY
12,578
12.8%
11.1%
6,353
39.7%
3.0%
10.4%
16.5%
70.2%
11
21161 Mason, KY
16,800
5.4%
4.0%
8,675
26.3%
6.8%
10.5%
16.2%
41.2%
15
21163 Meade, KY
26,349
7.2%
8.4%
13,149
23.0%
3.5%
10.1%
12.5%
35.4%
32
21165 Menifee, KY
6,556
8.3%
7.2%
3,249
32.9%
4.5%
12.5%
11.7%
62.0%
2
21167 Mercer, KY
20,817
3.6%
3.4%
10,728
25.9%
6.6%
12.1%
14.5%
42.1%
5
21169 Metcalfe, KY
10,037
6.5%
8.2%
5,142
30.9%
4.4%
11.5%
13.9%
53.8%
2
21171 Monroe, KY
11,756
10.1%
12.8%
6,053
33.2%
5.1%
10.9%
14.5%
49.4%
12
55
21173 Montgomery, KY
22,554
5.9%
5.4%
11,589
28.7%
6.7%
12.1%
15.5%
38.5%
21175 Morgan, KY
13,948
8.4%
7.7%
6,247
32.0%
3.9%
9.7%
12.3%
59.9%
19
21177 Muhlenberg, KY
31,839
7.6%
7.5%
16,082
28.3%
4.0%
10.2%
14.1%
53.9%
30
21179 Nelson, KY
37,477
3.7%
4.2%
19,054
23.3%
5.0%
11.4%
16.5%
42.4%
66
6,813
9.6%
12.0%
3,517
28.8%
6.4%
12.4%
13.9%
26.7%
10
21181 Nicholas, KY
21183 Ohio, KY
22,916
5.3%
5.2%
11,659
28.3%
5.2%
8.9%
12.4%
37.3%
8
21185 Oldham, KY
46,178
2.5%
2.8%
21,583
15.1%
3.7%
9.4%
9.5%
20.4%
44
21187 Owen, KY
10,547
5.3%
5.4%
5,261
26.9%
6.7%
9.3%
10.9%
32.7%
10
4,858
8.8%
5.4%
2,407
42.2%
6.7%
12.1%
17.3%
79.4%
5
14,390
5.0%
5.8%
7,184
24.6%
5.1%
10.9%
12.5%
36.4%
0
21189 Owsley, KY
21191 Pendleton, KY
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DEMOGRAPHICS
FIPS
Code County Name
2000
Percent
Pop 16+
2000 Total UnemPopulation ployed
2000
2000
Percent
2000
2000
of
Percent
2000 Percnt
Percnt
Fem 16-64 Percent Families
Fem 16+ with
Fem
Fem 16+
with
Unem2000 Fem with
Employment 15+
Female
ployed
Divorced Head
Population Disability Disability
2000
Percent
Fem
Hshlders
w/Children
<18 below
poverty
level
2000
Unmarried
Female
HshldrFemale
Partner
21193 Perry, KY
29,390
11.6%
9.1%
15,100
34.3%
5.5%
12.0%
17.9%
56.7%
23
21195 Pike, KY
68,736
9.0%
8.0%
35,164
33.8%
3.7%
10.8%
15.5%
58.2%
60
21197 Powell, KY
13,237
5.6%
6.0%
6,640
36.7%
7.0%
11.6%
16.5%
63.1%
7
21199 Pulaski, KY
56,217
5.1%
5.3%
28,735
33.4%
7.0%
10.7%
14.1%
52.7%
25
21201 Robertson, KY
2,266
5.7%
6.9%
1,163
22.7%
2.9%
7.5%
12.7%
46.2%
5
21203 Rockcastle, KY
16,582
6.7%
6.3%
8,381
31.3%
4.3%
11.3%
15.6%
46.3%
19
21205 Rowan, KY
22,094
8.1%
9.2%
11,351
23.3%
3.2%
10.1%
15.5%
50.9%
30
21207 Russell, KY
16,315
6.5%
7.6%
8,412
34.2%
3.1%
11.4%
14.7%
58.1%
18
21209 Scott, KY
33,061
3.8%
5.0%
16,882
22.0%
4.5%
11.9%
15.5%
31.3%
53
21211 Shelby, KY
33,337
3.9%
4.2%
17,105
20.9%
3.4%
9.6%
14.1%
28.4%
81
21213 Simpson, KY
16,405
3.2%
3.2%
8,402
24.5%
6.0%
11.2%
15.9%
36.6%
20
21215 Spencer, KY
11,766
4.1%
4.6%
5,830
24.1%
6.3%
8.4%
9.6%
51.5%
12
21217 Taylor, KY
22,927
7.3%
8.3%
11,900
29.7%
3.6%
10.9%
16.1%
51.3%
0
21219 Todd, KY
11,971
4.4%
5.3%
6,146
30.3%
5.0%
12.0%
15.7%
40.5%
2
21221 Trigg, KY
12,597
4.9%
4.3%
6,397
32.1%
9.4%
10.9%
11.6%
48.6%
5
8,125
5.2%
7.7%
4,129
27.4%
5.9%
11.8%
11.7%
38.3%
9
21225 Union, KY
15,637
12.8%
9.9%
7,749
26.8%
4.7%
9.7%
15.9%
46.1%
9
21227 Warren, KY
92,522
5.8%
6.4%
47,166
21.4%
3.8%
11.2%
17.0%
47.3%
86
21223 Trimble, KY
21229 Washington, KY
10,916
4.6%
5.3%
5,553
25.3%
3.2%
7.7%
13.7%
40.4%
7
21231 Wayne, KY
19,923
7.9%
9.9%
10,072
39.7%
6.8%
9.9%
14.4%
72.3%
15
21233 Webster, KY
14,120
4.7%
5.4%
7,215
26.2%
4.9%
11.5%
14.2%
36.7%
13
21235 Whitley, KY
35,865
6.7%
5.4%
18,554
34.0%
5.3%
12.1%
18.1%
58.9%
47
7,065
9.1%
11.4%
3,559
40.1%
5.3%
12.5%
17.8%
69.1%
16
21239 Woodford, KY
23,208
2.6%
2.8%
12,026
22.7%
4.8%
11.8%
13.0%
24.9%
14
28 MISSISSIPPI
2,844,658
7.4%
8.0% 1,471,104
27.6%
5.0%
10.6%
24.2%
48.1%
2,827
21237 Wolfe, KY
28001 Adams, MS
34,340
9.1%
10.1%
18,454
31.9%
6.6%
13.4%
31.3%
57.3%
40
28003 Alcorn, MS
34,558
4.7%
4.8%
17,827
30.2%
4.5%
12.0%
16.5%
41.3%
30
28005 Amite, MS
13,599
8.9%
9.3%
7,036
35.5%
7.7%
8.8%
22.2%
55.7%
19
28007 Attala, MS
19,661
7.0%
8.1%
10,268
33.8%
4.8%
8.2%
23.4%
49.7%
28
28009 Benton, MS
8,026
7.1%
6.0%
4,124
32.5%
9.0%
7.7%
20.0%
53.6%
3
28011 Bolivar, MS
40,633
15.1%
15.2%
21,633
28.2%
3.8%
8.0%
38.7%
57.6%
79
28013 Calhoun, MS
15,069
6.5%
6.6%
7,901
33.1%
5.7%
9.5%
21.7%
45.4%
6
28015 Carroll, MS
10,769
7.4%
9.5%
5,405
33.6%
7.1%
7.2%
20.1%
36.1%
2
28017 Chickasaw, MS
39
19,440
5.2%
6.7%
10,095
34.0%
6.3%
10.8%
24.7%
48.0%
28019 Choctaw, MS
9,758
11.7%
14.2%
5,086
34.7%
4.0%
7.7%
20.1%
58.6%
5
28021 Claiborne, MS
11,831
18.0%
15.1%
6,372
25.0%
3.2%
5.2%
39.2%
54.9%
19
28023 Clarke, MS
17,955
8.5%
8.5%
9,386
27.1%
3.3%
10.7%
22.1%
57.7%
16
28025 Clay, MS
21,979
8.1%
7.1%
11,625
29.4%
7.8%
10.2%
31.0%
51.8%
48
26
28027 Coahoma, MS
30,622
10.1%
10.9%
16,557
31.2%
5.2%
8.4%
40.5%
56.0%
28029 Copiah, MS
28,757
11.0%
12.1%
14,909
31.0%
3.8%
10.3%
27.2%
53.2%
8
28031 Covington, MS
19,407
7.7%
8.6%
10,077
29.1%
3.3%
10.0%
23.2%
53.4%
28
28033 DeSoto, MS
107,199
3.6%
4.3%
54,131
19.5%
3.6%
11.4%
15.0%
22.7%
135
28035 Forrest, MS
72,604
7.9%
9.2%
38,350
24.5%
4.2%
12.2%
27.1%
46.3%
80
28037 Franklin, MS
8,448
8.7%
7.7%
4,394
29.6%
4.3%
6.5%
20.1%
59.3%
4
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DEMOGRAPHICS
FIPS
Code County Name
2000
2000
Percent
2000
2000
2000
2000
of
Percent
Percent Percnt
Percnt
Fem 16-64 Percent Families
Pop 16+ Fem 16+
Fem 16+ with
Fem
with
Unem2000 Total Unem2000 Fem with
Employment 15+
Female
ployed
Divorced Head
Population ployed
Population Disability Disability
2000
Percent
Fem
Hshlders
w/Children
<18 below
poverty
level
2000
Unmarried
Female
HshldrFemale
Partner
28039 George, MS
19,144
9.1%
11.0%
9,542
25.7%
3.2%
8.9%
13.2%
53.0%
16
28041 Greene, MS
13,299
10.4%
10.8%
5,783
27.5%
2.5%
7.5%
15.6%
56.3%
17
28043 Grenada, MS
23,263
6.0%
7.0%
12,385
35.3%
9.0%
10.5%
26.1%
54.2%
10
28045 Hancock, MS
42,967
6.9%
7.9%
21,668
30.5%
7.1%
12.9%
16.2%
37.5%
28
28047 Harrison, MS
189,601
6.1%
5.8%
95,223
27.8%
5.9%
14.7%
22.2%
39.1%
201
28049 Hinds, MS
250,800
7.9%
7.8%
132,837
25.6%
5.5%
11.8%
33.2%
42.4%
292
28051 Holmes, MS
21,609
17.3%
13.3%
11,540
37.0%
5.9%
8.5%
43.7%
63.3%
32
28053 Humphreys, MS
11,206
11.4%
10.7%
5,978
37.9%
5.3%
5.9%
38.6%
62.2%
3
28055 Issaquena, MS
2,274
13.5%
15.9%
1,065
26.7%
1.6%
6.0%
22.7%
70.0%
4
28057 Itawamba, MS
28059 Jackson, MS
28061 Jasper, MS
22,770
7.2%
7.8%
11,730
30.0%
5.1%
10.2%
13.4%
39.2%
15
131,420
6.7%
7.6%
66,293
24.4%
4.4%
11.8%
19.4%
43.0%
135
18,149
8.3%
8.1%
9,500
32.6%
5.3%
9.0%
24.7%
51.3%
31
9,740
14.2%
13.6%
4,895
34.5%
5.5%
10.8%
40.3%
61.5%
10
28065 Jefferson Davis, MS
13,962
12.9%
16.5%
7,353
36.2%
4.4%
9.0%
29.7%
51.5%
5
28067 Jones, MS
64,958
5.7%
7.2%
33,535
30.5%
5.6%
11.2%
20.9%
47.9%
56
28069 Kemper, MS
10,453
12.6%
13.2%
5,438
29.5%
5.8%
7.3%
28.3%
51.6%
13
28071 Lafayette, MS
38,744
6.6%
7.8%
19,696
20.3%
3.0%
8.7%
19.7%
33.8%
29
28063 Jefferson, MS
28073 Lamar, MS
39,070
4.3%
4.7%
20,214
22.2%
4.7%
10.4%
15.4%
40.3%
40
28075 Lauderdale, MS
78,161
7.5%
8.4%
41,001
26.2%
4.8%
12.0%
26.6%
51.4%
75
28077 Lawrence, MS
13,258
6.3%
8.2%
6,898
30.6%
3.9%
8.9%
19.3%
56.1%
11
28079 Leake, MS
20,940
7.1%
8.2%
10,574
31.0%
4.1%
9.9%
22.5%
51.8%
21
28081 Lee, MS
75,755
4.9%
5.8%
39,402
25.5%
4.6%
13.1%
20.5%
39.7%
63
28083 Leflore, MS
37,947
15.9%
14.0%
19,714
33.1%
5.7%
8.6%
40.2%
57.3%
34
28085 Lincoln, MS
33,166
7.1%
8.9%
17,257
27.1%
3.6%
9.2%
20.0%
52.2%
26
28087 Lowndes, MS
61,586
7.9%
10.2%
32,437
23.3%
3.8%
8.9%
26.1%
62.6%
65
28089 Madison, MS
74,674
5.0%
5.8%
39,260
20.1%
3.9%
11.3%
21.9%
38.9%
95
28091 Marion, MS
25,595
7.0%
7.0%
13,216
30.6%
5.0%
9.1%
21.1%
64.5%
18
28093 Marshall, MS
34,993
8.9%
9.3%
17,676
28.1%
5.7%
10.4%
26.8%
46.0%
66
19
28095 Monroe, MS
38,014
6.7%
8.6%
20,038
28.2%
5.5%
9.5%
23.5%
47.7%
28097 Montgomery, MS
12,189
6.9%
9.2%
6,538
33.0%
5.7%
8.5%
26.2%
56.3%
2
28099 Neshoba, MS
28,684
7.4%
8.2%
15,007
28.3%
5.2%
10.6%
21.5%
53.5%
23
28101 Newton, MS
21,838
5.2%
5.9%
11,349
29.3%
3.8%
8.1%
22.0%
53.8%
7
28103 Noxubee, MS
12,548
9.4%
11.5%
6,586
32.9%
6.5%
7.3%
34.2%
62.3%
23
28105 Oktibbeha, MS
42,902
11.7%
8.7%
21,457
21.7%
3.6%
8.6%
25.4%
55.0%
28
28107 Panola, MS
34,274
7.8%
8.6%
17,866
32.5%
8.1%
9.6%
27.1%
49.9%
35
28109 Pearl River, MS
48,621
7.3%
8.3%
25,015
29.4%
4.8%
10.5%
16.6%
53.6%
48
28111 Perry, MS
12,138
7.1%
7.8%
6,207
28.8%
3.6%
8.3%
17.5%
59.2%
0
28113 Pike, MS
38,940
9.4%
9.8%
20,712
32.3%
6.4%
10.3%
28.0%
59.1%
28
28115 Pontotoc, MS
26,726
5.5%
7.4%
13,742
24.3%
5.1%
10.4%
15.9%
28.7%
23
28117 Prentiss, MS
25,556
5.6%
5.1%
13,166
30.0%
5.6%
10.8%
17.2%
40.7%
37
10,117
8.4%
9.1%
5,426
33.9%
6.3%
8.6%
38.1%
56.7%
6
115,327
3.8%
3.6%
58,971
21.3%
4.8%
12.1%
16.5%
27.6%
100
28119 Quitman, MS
28121 Rankin, MS
28123 Scott, MS
28125 Sharkey, MS
28,423
6.0%
7.6%
14,623
31.7%
5.5%
11.2%
25.4%
47.2%
37
6,580
14.5%
15.4%
3,487
31.7%
5.3%
5.8%
36.5%
65.5%
10
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DEMOGRAPHICS
FIPS
Code County Name
2000
2000
Percent
2000
2000
2000
2000
of
Percent
Percent Percnt
Percnt
Fem 16-64 Percent Families
Pop 16+ Fem 16+
Fem 16+ with
Fem
with
Unem2000 Total Unem2000 Fem with
Employment 15+
Female
ployed
Divorced Head
Population ployed
Population Disability Disability
2000
Percent
Fem
Hshlders
w/Children
<18 below
poverty
level
2000
Unmarried
Female
HshldrFemale
Partner
28127 Simpson, MS
27,639
6.3%
7.9%
14,216
29.3%
4.4%
9.4%
20.2%
50.9%
11
28129 Smith, MS
16,182
5.9%
7.6%
8,277
35.4%
5.3%
8.7%
15.7%
41.9%
10
28131 Stone, MS
13,622
6.8%
6.8%
6,872
27.3%
2.4%
9.9%
17.4%
53.4%
13
28133 Sunflower, MS
34,369
12.9%
13.1%
15,919
31.7%
5.6%
6.9%
37.4%
55.2%
38
28135 Tallahatchie, MS
14,903
9.6%
9.7%
7,936
37.2%
7.2%
6.7%
32.3%
61.4%
9
28137 Tate, MS
25,370
10.3%
10.0%
13,098
25.3%
3.0%
9.0%
20.4%
33.0%
8
28139 Tippah, MS
20,826
5.3%
5.6%
10,753
31.7%
6.1%
10.2%
16.2%
46.9%
10
28141 Tishomingo, MS
19,163
5.7%
7.8%
9,942
30.1%
4.9%
10.7%
14.3%
38.7%
29
28143 Tunica, MS
9,227
9.3%
8.6%
4,828
31.9%
7.5%
8.1%
40.0%
48.1%
2
28145 Union, MS
25,362
4.8%
6.6%
13,085
27.5%
5.3%
9.5%
14.9%
31.3%
34
28147 Walthall, MS
15,156
9.8%
9.9%
7,915
32.9%
4.8%
9.4%
22.9%
61.0%
20
28149 Warren, MS
49,644
6.7%
7.1%
26,369
27.0%
5.8%
10.7%
27.1%
45.5%
51
28151 Washington, MS
62,977
11.9%
14.3%
33,545
27.9%
4.9%
9.1%
36.2%
54.2%
55
28153 Wayne, MS
21,216
7.8%
9.9%
11,081
30.5%
7.2%
7.8%
23.1%
63.9%
9
28155 Webster, MS
10,294
6.7%
9.1%
5,319
27.9%
4.5%
7.0%
17.8%
58.3%
0
28157 Wilkinson, MS
10,312
10.4%
11.5%
4,958
35.9%
7.5%
7.8%
34.9%
63.9%
16
28159 Winston, MS
20,160
7.4%
7.2%
10,409
27.5%
4.0%
9.1%
25.1%
53.2%
20
28161 Yalobusha, MS
13,051
7.0%
7.6%
6,824
32.5%
4.0%
10.0%
25.7%
59.5%
18
28163 Yazoo, MS
28,149
10.7%
12.1%
13,828
30.9%
4.7%
8.3%
32.7%
59.3%
22
5.3%
5.8% 4,106,618
24.0%
5.2%
9.9%
18.1%
34.3%
9,557
37001 Alamance, NC
37 NORTH CAROLINA 8,049,313
130,800
5.1%
5.2%
67,957
25.0%
5.6%
10.5%
18.4%
27.3%
180
37003 Alexander, NC
33,603
2.5%
2.6%
16,854
24.2%
4.7%
10.3%
12.7%
33.1%
31
37005 Alleghany, NC
10,677
4.6%
5.2%
5,418
28.0%
4.6%
9.5%
10.9%
20.1%
15
37007 Anson, NC
25,275
6.0%
7.0%
12,860
36.1%
9.1%
7.4%
27.3%
42.7%
22
17
37009 Ashe, NC
24,384
4.6%
5.0%
12,353
29.9%
5.0%
7.1%
11.8%
35.9%
37011 Avery, NC
17,167
7.0%
4.1%
8,104
29.9%
4.4%
8.9%
13.1%
29.5%
12
37013 Beaufort, NC
44,958
6.4%
7.0%
23,520
27.9%
5.5%
7.9%
18.8%
49.3%
75
37015 Bertie, NC
19,773
7.1%
7.4%
10,540
34.0%
7.8%
6.9%
28.7%
46.7%
17
37017 Bladen, NC
32,278
5.6%
5.3%
16,758
31.3%
5.0%
8.7%
22.7%
46.7%
47
37019 Brunswick, NC
73,143
4.6%
5.3%
37,178
26.6%
6.0%
10.4%
14.1%
43.4%
91
37021 Buncombe, NC
206,330
4.8%
4.7%
107,296
23.9%
4.9%
11.6%
16.6%
35.2%
429
37023 Burke, NC
89,148
4.2%
4.3%
44,574
29.7%
7.4%
10.7%
15.6%
27.6%
108
37025 Cabarrus, NC
131,063
4.2%
4.4%
66,522
23.2%
5.4%
9.6%
14.3%
21.3%
137
37027 Caldwell, NC
77,415
3.4%
4.0%
39,180
27.9%
6.0%
11.0%
15.1%
30.7%
118
37029 Camden, NC
6,885
3.7%
5.0%
3,471
22.8%
4.4%
8.1%
12.4%
42.3%
14
37031 Carteret, NC
59,383
5.0%
5.5%
30,226
25.5%
6.0%
11.1%
13.9%
40.0%
55
37033 Caswell, NC
23,501
6.5%
5.6%
11,605
30.4%
5.7%
7.2%
19.3%
32.1%
27
37035 Catawba, NC
141,685
3.3%
3.6%
71,803
23.0%
4.9%
10.5%
15.4%
30.7%
181
37037 Chatham, NC
49,329
2.9%
2.9%
25,061
19.9%
4.5%
9.3%
14.2%
36.2%
73
37039 Cherokee, NC
24,298
5.5%
6.7%
12,512
28.0%
4.9%
8.8%
13.1%
38.2%
23
37041 Chowan, NC
14,526
6.7%
7.1%
7,721
26.5%
5.7%
8.0%
21.8%
43.9%
0
8,775
4.0%
5.0%
4,503
28.5%
7.5%
8.8%
10.6%
42.8%
8
37045 Cleveland, NC
96,287
5.4%
5.9%
49,981
28.0%
7.4%
9.7%
18.8%
37.8%
129
37047 Columbus, NC
54,749
7.7%
9.2%
28,426
35.3%
7.4%
8.9%
22.4%
47.3%
65
37043 Clay, NC
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DEMOGRAPHICS
FIPS
Code County Name
37049 Craven, NC
2000
Percent
Pop 16+
2000 Total UnemPopulation ployed
2000
Percnt
Fem 16+
Unemployed
2000
2000
Percent
2000
2000
of
Percent
Percnt
Fem 16-64 Percent Families
Fem 16+ with
Fem
with
2000 Fem with
Employment 15+
Female
Divorced Head
Population Disability Disability
2000
Percent
Fem
Hshlders
w/Children
<18 below
poverty
level
2000
Unmarried
Female
HshldrFemale
Partner
91,436
5.3%
6.3%
45,284
23.2%
5.2%
9.4%
17.2%
39.5%
89
302,963
8.6%
9.4%
149,742
24.9%
4.7%
11.5%
21.5%
38.4%
162
37053 Currituck, NC
18,190
3.7%
3.4%
9,158
25.4%
7.2%
8.2%
12.3%
42.0%
51
37055 Dare, NC
29,967
4.9%
6.1%
14,869
15.7%
3.3%
12.0%
12.1%
24.3%
31
147,246
4.1%
4.8%
75,128
23.8%
6.0%
10.2%
14.8%
29.4%
132
37059 Davie, NC
34,835
3.7%
4.4%
17,686
24.2%
7.0%
8.6%
12.3%
27.5%
20
37061 Duplin, NC
49,063
7.4%
8.6%
24,746
30.9%
5.8%
8.2%
19.9%
36.3%
39
223,314
5.1%
5.2%
115,684
20.5%
4.3%
10.7%
24.4%
31.8%
550
55,606
9.6%
10.6%
29,760
31.3%
6.2%
10.3%
29.5%
44.6%
59
306,067
4.6%
4.5%
159,850
20.8%
4.5%
10.8%
20.5%
31.5%
421
37051 Cumberland, NC
37057 Davidson, NC
37063 Durham, NC
37065 Edgecombe, NC
37067 Forsyth, NC
37069 Franklin, NC
47,260
4.7%
5.7%
23,946
25.9%
5.0%
9.6%
18.2%
36.5%
52
37071 Gaston, NC
190,365
5.7%
6.1%
98,271
27.3%
5.4%
10.2%
18.3%
32.5%
198
37073 Gates, NC
0
10,516
4.4%
4.1%
5,361
29.7%
7.6%
6.6%
17.7%
40.3%
37075 Graham, NC
7,993
5.9%
7.4%
4,093
28.1%
2.7%
7.5%
11.7%
73.0%
0
37077 Granville, NC
48,498
4.4%
4.7%
23,014
29.9%
7.8%
9.8%
20.7%
30.1%
55
37079 Greene, NC
18,974
7.3%
8.7%
9,226
29.9%
5.2%
6.2%
23.3%
44.2%
31
37081 Guilford, NC
421,048
5.5%
5.8%
219,319
21.8%
5.0%
10.7%
20.5%
29.7%
581
37083 Halifax, NC
57,370
8.1%
7.9%
30,086
35.9%
7.5%
9.1%
29.5%
51.4%
67
37085 Harnett, NC
91,025
8.3%
10.0%
46,102
25.5%
5.3%
10.2%
19.0%
40.0%
123
37087 Haywood, NC
54,033
4.6%
5.1%
28,136
26.0%
4.4%
11.5%
13.7%
40.4%
28
37089 Henderson, NC
89,173
4.6%
5.5%
46,002
24.8%
5.1%
9.6%
12.0%
38.1%
71
37091 Hertford, NC
22,601
8.7%
9.5%
12,217
37.6%
5.9%
10.2%
28.0%
36.7%
25
37093 Hoke, NC
33,646
7.0%
8.2%
16,659
29.5%
8.3%
8.8%
23.6%
38.9%
42
37095 Hyde, NC
5,826
5.3%
8.8%
2,746
36.5%
8.0%
4.3%
20.0%
27.5%
7
122,660
4.0%
3.6%
62,540
23.7%
5.1%
9.3%
15.4%
29.6%
128
37099 Jackson, NC
33,121
10.2%
10.3%
16,947
23.4%
4.4%
10.4%
15.3%
39.5%
64
37101 Johnston, NC
121,965
4.0%
4.6%
61,371
25.7%
5.9%
9.4%
14.6%
29.5%
141
37103 Jones, NC
10,381
5.0%
5.5%
5,380
31.7%
6.8%
8.8%
21.1%
46.4%
16
37105 Lee, NC
49,040
4.6%
5.8%
24,827
22.8%
5.1%
9.4%
18.5%
36.7%
74
37107 Lenoir, NC
59,648
8.0%
8.4%
31,336
28.8%
6.3%
10.3%
25.6%
40.3%
41
37109 Lincoln, NC
63,780
3.9%
4.3%
32,060
25.0%
4.8%
9.1%
13.2%
36.1%
66
37111 McDowell, NC
42,151
4.5%
4.7%
21,149
30.0%
6.2%
10.3%
14.1%
36.8%
59
37097 Iredell, NC
37113 Macon, NC
29,811
4.9%
4.6%
15,522
25.8%
6.4%
10.1%
11.5%
37.0%
17
37115 Madison, NC
19,635
5.2%
5.3%
9,951
25.3%
2.6%
8.3%
12.8%
39.9%
32
25,593
8.0%
10.4%
13,725
32.5%
5.7%
9.0%
24.5%
49.2%
21
695,454
5.2%
5.7%
353,997
18.4%
4.4%
10.5%
19.4%
24.2%
922
37117 Martin, NC
37119 Mecklenburg, NC
37121 Mitchell, NC
15,687
4.1%
4.3%
8,021
30.5%
5.1%
7.4%
11.3%
50.5%
2
37123 Montgomery, NC
26,822
5.1%
5.7%
13,241
28.3%
7.2%
7.9%
17.0%
32.0%
41
56
37125 Moore, NC
74,769
5.5%
6.8%
38,745
23.1%
6.0%
8.9%
14.2%
37.9%
37127 Nash, NC
87,420
5.5%
6.2%
45,359
26.5%
6.5%
8.8%
20.4%
36.4%
39
160,307
5.7%
5.9%
82,936
21.2%
5.6%
11.3%
18.8%
38.6%
143
37129 New Hanover, NC
37131 Northampton, NC
22,086
8.6%
8.9%
11,503
37.4%
5.5%
7.8%
26.7%
50.2%
14
37133 Onslow, NC
150,355
6.9%
8.1%
67,369
21.8%
4.3%
9.3%
15.2%
41.4%
140
37135 Orange, NC
118,227
3.7%
3.4%
62,189
14.2%
1.9%
8.5%
16.5%
21.2%
239
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DEMOGRAPHICS
FIPS
Code County Name
2000
2000
Percent
2000
2000
2000
2000
of
Percent
Percent Percnt
Percnt
Fem 16-64 Percent Families
Pop 16+ Fem 16+
Fem 16+ with
Fem
with
Unem2000 Total Unem2000 Fem with
Employment 15+
Female
ployed
Divorced Head
Population ployed
Population Disability Disability
2000
Percent
Fem
Hshlders
w/Children
<18 below
poverty
level
2000
Unmarried
Female
HshldrFemale
Partner
37137 Pamlico, NC
12,934
5.7%
4.5%
6,421
29.3%
5.5%
8.3%
16.0%
49.3%
11
37139 Pasquotank, NC
34,897
9.8%
10.5%
18,007
28.7%
5.4%
10.3%
23.1%
50.9%
47
37141 Pender, NC
41,082
5.7%
5.9%
20,419
28.2%
7.1%
8.3%
15.3%
35.9%
56
37143 Perquimans, NC
11,368
5.9%
6.9%
5,942
30.6%
5.5%
7.5%
17.3%
50.6%
16
37145 Person, NC
35,623
4.7%
5.1%
18,435
25.7%
4.2%
10.5%
19.2%
25.5%
51
168
37147 Pitt, NC
133,798
6.8%
7.2%
70,357
22.0%
3.7%
9.1%
23.4%
41.0%
37149 Polk, NC
18,324
4.1%
4.5%
9,632
26.3%
4.4%
11.4%
11.7%
29.5%
26
130,454
3.1%
3.7%
65,962
24.7%
5.8%
9.7%
13.8%
30.0%
146
37151 Randolph, NC
37153 Richmond, NC
46,564
6.9%
7.3%
23,716
31.7%
7.6%
10.1%
24.2%
46.6%
103
37155 Robeson, NC
123,339
9.6%
10.8%
63,341
32.1%
7.0%
9.4%
28.2%
49.9%
101
91,928
5.8%
6.2%
47,559
28.2%
5.4%
10.7%
18.0%
34.2%
89
130,340
6.3%
6.2%
65,960
26.8%
6.5%
9.8%
16.7%
33.0%
124
37161 Rutherford, NC
62,899
6.0%
7.2%
32,598
29.1%
6.3%
9.1%
16.4%
37.8%
44
37163 Sampson, NC
60,161
6.9%
7.2%
30,361
33.0%
6.4%
8.3%
19.7%
41.6%
59
37165 Scotland, NC
35,998
9.9%
10.9%
19,112
31.6%
6.7%
9.8%
28.3%
51.3%
40
37167 Stanly, NC
58,100
4.5%
4.2%
29,429
26.0%
7.2%
8.1%
14.4%
36.7%
99
37169 Stokes, NC
44,711
5.9%
6.8%
22,805
25.7%
5.3%
9.3%
13.1%
21.8%
23
37157 Rockingham, NC
37159 Rowan, NC
37171 Surry, NC
71,219
3.4%
3.7%
36,391
28.5%
5.6%
9.0%
13.5%
30.6%
65
37173 Swain, NC
12,968
10.1%
9.1%
6,663
30.0%
5.2%
12.0%
19.7%
38.6%
15
37175 Transylvania, NC
21
29,334
4.9%
4.0%
15,219
22.9%
4.1%
9.8%
12.3%
36.6%
37177 Tyrrell, NC
4,149
6.1%
7.6%
1,938
37.4%
7.9%
8.6%
24.1%
59.1%
0
37179 Union, NC
123,677
4.3%
4.3%
61,921
20.2%
5.0%
8.0%
12.4%
27.7%
123
37181 Vance, NC
42,954
8.3%
9.2%
22,648
29.5%
6.2%
9.7%
28.4%
42.5%
49
37183 Wake, NC
627,846
3.9%
4.0%
316,410
15.4%
3.6%
9.8%
15.0%
22.4%
693
37185 Warren, NC
19,972
8.3%
9.1%
10,159
31.8%
6.9%
8.8%
24.5%
46.1%
26
37187 Washington, NC
13,723
7.1%
8.5%
7,234
30.2%
9.1%
6.3%
25.9%
53.6%
30
37189 Watauga, NC
42,695
8.2%
10.5%
21,422
16.6%
3.2%
7.9%
12.0%
28.8%
70
37191 Wayne, NC
113,329
6.3%
6.8%
57,446
27.8%
6.0%
9.8%
21.7%
40.3%
91
37193 Wilkes, NC
65,632
3.8%
4.5%
33,261
27.9%
5.5%
8.9%
13.0%
31.3%
76
37195 Wilson, NC
73,814
7.2%
9.6%
38,589
32.6%
10.9%
9.3%
23.9%
43.4%
105
12
37197 Yadkin, NC
36,348
3.1%
3.0%
18,505
25.3%
5.7%
9.2%
12.4%
30.8%
37199 Yancey, NC
17,774
4.5%
6.1%
9,080
30.5%
7.7%
8.5%
10.9%
42.9%
15
45 SOUTH CAROLINA 4,012,012
5.9%
6.4% 2,063,083
25.3%
5.8%
9.9%
21.2%
37.7%
4,806
45001 Abbeville, SC
26,167
5.1%
5.8%
13,623
29.1%
6.6%
7.7%
21.2%
35.3%
32
142,552
5.9%
6.3%
73,885
24.4%
5.2%
10.8%
19.4%
39.8%
176
45005 Allendale, SC
11,211
10.2%
9.6%
5,374
31.4%
4.7%
7.2%
38.7%
57.5%
41
45007 Anderson, SC
165,740
4.3%
5.0%
85,664
26.9%
5.7%
10.4%
17.7%
34.9%
220
45009 Bamberg, SC
16,658
11.7%
9.5%
8,827
36.0%
4.4%
7.4%
30.7%
53.3%
25
45011 Barnwell, SC
23,478
7.7%
9.0%
12,185
33.9%
7.1%
9.4%
27.1%
46.4%
22
45003 Aiken, SC
45013 Beaufort, SC
120,937
4.3%
4.9%
59,744
18.5%
4.5%
9.4%
15.1%
35.0%
103
45015 Berkeley, SC
142,651
5.0%
5.7%
70,189
26.0%
5.9%
9.8%
18.9%
34.7%
178
45017 Calhoun, SC
15,185
5.9%
7.1%
7,989
28.9%
6.1%
6.9%
21.9%
37.8%
12
45019 Charleston, SC
309,969
5.9%
6.0%
160,182
23.8%
5.5%
10.8%
25.3%
43.1%
415
45021 Cherokee, SC
52,537
6.2%
6.7%
27,114
31.1%
8.2%
10.2%
21.6%
31.8%
22
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DEMOGRAPHICS
FIPS
Code County Name
2000
Percent
Pop 16+
2000 Total UnemPopulation ployed
2000
Percnt
Fem 16+
Unemployed
2000
2000
Percent
2000
2000
of
Percent
Percnt
Fem 16-64 Percent Families
Fem 16+ with
Fem
with
2000 Fem with
Employment 15+
Female
Divorced Head
Population Disability Disability
2000
Percent
Fem
Hshlders
w/Children
<18 below
poverty
level
2000
Unmarried
Female
HshldrFemale
Partner
63
45023 Chester, SC
34,068
6.8%
6.9%
17,699
31.2%
8.7%
9.6%
25.7%
35.3%
45025 Chesterfield, SC
42,768
8.9%
9.3%
22,137
28.9%
7.0%
9.5%
23.1%
46.3%
44
45027 Clarendon, SC
32,502
6.7%
7.4%
16,545
33.9%
9.9%
7.5%
27.2%
44.9%
49
45029 Colleton, SC
38,264
6.4%
7.1%
19,937
29.8%
5.8%
9.6%
23.2%
48.8%
73
45031 Darlington, SC
67,394
8.0%
8.7%
35,513
29.9%
6.8%
10.2%
26.1%
45.0%
77
45033 Dillon, SC
30,722
8.7%
9.0%
16,393
34.0%
9.7%
10.1%
30.9%
49.1%
20
45035 Dorchester, SC
96,413
4.8%
5.5%
49,229
22.9%
4.7%
9.8%
19.3%
29.1%
89
45037 Edgefield, SC
24,595
6.4%
7.4%
11,556
25.8%
5.5%
8.0%
20.7%
40.4%
25
45039 Fairfield, SC
23,454
6.9%
6.0%
12,287
28.4%
7.8%
8.8%
27.4%
44.6%
56
45041 Florence, SC
125,761
7.9%
8.5%
66,662
27.6%
5.7%
9.6%
25.2%
41.6%
163
45043 Georgetown, SC
55,797
6.2%
6.2%
29,097
25.2%
5.1%
8.8%
20.7%
46.7%
67
379,616
4.6%
5.5%
194,834
21.2%
3.9%
10.1%
18.0%
32.9%
482
45047 Greenwood, SC
66,271
6.3%
7.1%
35,183
26.9%
7.0%
9.8%
23.3%
33.2%
81
45049 Hampton, SC
21,386
6.1%
7.5%
10,492
28.1%
5.8%
6.6%
26.3%
50.5%
35
196,629
4.6%
5.5%
100,095
25.0%
7.4%
11.6%
17.3%
32.3%
192
45045 Greenville, SC
45051 Horry, SC
45053 Jasper, SC
20,678
3.9%
5.3%
9,800
32.1%
7.7%
8.2%
25.2%
44.6%
42
45055 Kershaw, SC
52,647
5.3%
5.5%
27,223
25.6%
5.7%
9.5%
18.4%
36.3%
51
45057 Lancaster, SC
61,351
6.4%
6.9%
30,958
27.5%
6.0%
9.4%
21.3%
33.3%
60
45059 Laurens, SC
69,567
7.1%
7.0%
35,926
31.5%
7.2%
10.4%
21.8%
35.0%
75
45061 Lee, SC
20,119
10.0%
11.6%
9,991
29.1%
5.8%
9.5%
33.3%
42.9%
26
216,014
3.7%
4.0%
111,037
20.8%
4.9%
10.7%
16.2%
27.9%
333
9,958
5.8%
7.3%
4,659
35.3%
10.9%
8.5%
24.0%
39.8%
7
35,466
9.8%
11.4%
19,078
31.5%
7.2%
10.1%
33.1%
48.4%
37
45063 Lexington, SC
45065 McCormick, SC
45067 Marion, SC
45069 Marlboro, SC
28,818
8.2%
9.2%
14,681
32.5%
6.4%
9.9%
31.8%
45.1%
56
45071 Newberry, SC
36,108
7.8%
7.8%
18,687
29.4%
6.4%
7.0%
23.0%
40.7%
57
45073 Oconee, SC
66,215
4.3%
4.5%
33,661
26.9%
5.3%
8.1%
14.1%
38.5%
90
45075 Orangeburg, SC
91,582
8.5%
8.9%
48,972
29.3%
5.7%
7.7%
29.0%
42.9%
101
45077 Pickens, SC
110,757
5.4%
5.8%
55,481
22.3%
5.3%
9.0%
13.6%
32.6%
108
45079 Richland, SC
320,677
6.7%
7.0%
165,940
21.8%
5.3%
10.5%
25.6%
33.4%
424
45081 Saluda, SC
19,181
5.0%
5.8%
9,658
25.2%
4.8%
7.4%
19.5%
39.6%
16
45083 Spartanburg, SC
253,791
5.5%
6.0%
130,453
26.8%
5.7%
10.3%
19.5%
35.6%
242
45085 Sumter, SC
104,646
7.6%
8.4%
53,966
27.4%
5.3%
9.8%
25.0%
40.9%
74
29,881
7.3%
8.3%
15,806
30.9%
6.0%
9.5%
23.9%
41.1%
38
37,217
9.1%
10.2%
19,808
34.0%
9.3%
7.4%
30.6%
54.1%
57
164,614
6.1%
7.7%
84,863
22.7%
6.5%
9.2%
18.1%
30.9%
150
45087 Union, SC
45089 Williamsburg, SC
45091 York, SC
47 TENNESSEE
5,689,283
5.5%
5.9% 2,919,008
25.1%
4.8%
12.2%
18.6%
37.6%
5,923
47001 Anderson, TN
71,330
5.3%
6.0%
37,321
27.7%
3.7%
12.6%
16.7%
38.6%
70
47003 Bedford, TN
37,586
4.4%
4.2%
18,941
24.0%
4.4%
11.3%
16.0%
32.6%
14
47005 Benton, TN
16,537
7.3%
9.7%
8,531
33.6%
9.0%
10.7%
13.3%
56.0%
16
47007 Bledsoe, TN
12,367
6.6%
7.8%
5,596
29.0%
3.6%
10.3%
12.2%
45.2%
12
47009 Blount, TN
105,823
4.5%
4.7%
54,596
23.9%
4.3%
12.1%
13.9%
36.2%
130
47011 Bradley, TN
87,965
5.0%
6.2%
45,077
24.4%
4.7%
12.5%
15.1%
39.8%
80
47013 Campbell, TN
39,854
6.7%
5.9%
20,655
36.7%
5.5%
11.1%
17.5%
56.5%
27
47015 Cannon, TN
12,826
4.6%
3.8%
6,535
26.2%
5.3%
9.1%
13.6%
37.2%
3
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DEMOGRAPHICS
FIPS
Code County Name
2000
Percent
Pop 16+
2000 Total UnemPopulation ployed
2000
Percent
2000
2000
of
2000 Percnt
Percnt
Percent Fem 2000
Families
Fem 16+ 16-64 with
Fem 16+
Percent with
UnemEmployment Fem 15+ Female
2000 Fem with
ployed
Divorced Head
Population Disability Disability
2000
Percent
Fem
Hshlders
w/Children
<18 below
poverty
level
2000
Unmarried
Female
HshldrFemale
Partner
47017 Carroll, TN
29,475
8.3%
11.2%
15,327
28.8%
4.8%
11.5%
16.2%
36.6%
48
47019 Carter, TN
56,742
5.9%
5.5%
29,168
29.4%
4.6%
12.4%
15.9%
43.8%
15
47021 Cheatham, TN
35,912
2.8%
3.2%
17,931
22.9%
5.6%
10.1%
12.2%
18.3%
39
47023 Chester, TN
15,540
6.8%
7.5%
7,990
27.6%
5.4%
11.4%
15.5%
38.8%
22
47025 Claiborne, TN
29,862
7.3%
8.2%
15,449
33.4%
5.0%
11.5%
14.9%
59.9%
21
47027 Clay, TN
47029 Cocke, TN
7,976
7.6%
7.2%
4,099
32.4%
6.7%
10.9%
14.1%
50.3%
6
33,565
8.8%
9.7%
17,244
30.4%
5.3%
13.9%
18.4%
54.1%
8
18
47031 Coffee, TN
48,014
6.0%
7.6%
24,615
24.9%
4.1%
11.7%
15.4%
41.5%
47033 Crockett, TN
14,532
5.1%
5.6%
7,516
32.8%
4.1%
12.0%
16.3%
40.9%
16
47035 Cumberland, TN
46,802
5.2%
5.0%
24,075
27.1%
4.6%
11.4%
12.8%
43.3%
29
47037 Davidson, TN
569,891
5.2%
5.1%
294,026
22.9%
4.6%
14.7%
24.6%
34.7%
897
47039 Decatur, TN
11,731
5.2%
6.6%
6,031
29.7%
5.2%
10.5%
13.0%
47.1%
7
47041 DeKalb, TN
17,423
5.2%
5.8%
8,811
29.0%
4.6%
12.6%
15.6%
47.0%
8
47043 Dickson, TN
43,156
4.4%
5.3%
21,998
24.7%
4.9%
12.9%
15.6%
33.5%
25
47045 Dyer, TN
37,279
7.6%
8.3%
19,412
31.3%
7.0%
12.9%
19.2%
47.6%
4
47047 Fayette, TN
28,806
5.4%
6.9%
14,661
27.2%
5.7%
8.6%
18.2%
35.9%
18
47049 Fentress, TN
16,625
7.3%
6.3%
8,474
34.3%
3.0%
12.0%
15.7%
51.9%
13
47051 Franklin, TN
39,270
5.0%
5.4%
20,160
25.4%
5.0%
9.1%
14.0%
37.8%
22
47053 Gibson, TN
48,152
5.8%
6.9%
25,408
29.4%
7.0%
11.5%
19.6%
34.2%
23
47055 Giles, TN
29,447
4.3%
4.6%
15,144
25.1%
4.2%
11.1%
16.7%
37.0%
37
47057 Grainger, TN
20,659
4.9%
6.1%
10,380
30.1%
5.2%
11.4%
11.8%
48.6%
8
47059 Greene, TN
62,909
5.6%
5.3%
32,252
29.0%
6.5%
12.3%
15.4%
45.1%
27
47061 Grundy, TN
14,332
6.4%
6.9%
7,288
30.7%
3.5%
11.4%
16.5%
57.7%
23
47063 Hamblen, TN
58,128
4.2%
4.9%
29,492
25.5%
4.2%
12.9%
15.8%
40.2%
44
47065 Hamilton, TN
307,896
5.5%
5.9%
160,614
23.7%
4.8%
13.2%
20.1%
37.7%
280
47067 Hancock, TN
6,786
5.7%
7.9%
3,479
38.4%
5.9%
9.9%
15.7%
54.5%
0
47069 Hardeman, TN
28,105
6.6%
7.5%
12,956
30.0%
5.0%
11.9%
24.6%
44.8%
26
47071 Hardin, TN
25,578
5.3%
5.9%
13,004
29.6%
4.0%
12.5%
14.2%
52.2%
36
47073 Hawkins, TN
53,563
5.1%
5.0%
27,509
27.0%
4.6%
11.3%
13.6%
48.8%
64
47075 Haywood, TN
19,797
6.8%
6.9%
10,542
32.5%
8.0%
10.8%
30.6%
38.3%
12
47077 Henderson, TN
25,522
4.5%
5.2%
13,232
26.8%
5.3%
12.9%
16.1%
33.7%
4
47079 Henry, TN
31,115
6.1%
6.5%
16,089
27.5%
5.0%
11.5%
16.2%
39.4%
0
47081 Hickman, TN
22,295
4.6%
5.5%
10,494
29.8%
4.8%
10.0%
13.0%
31.8%
30
8,088
3.7%
2.3%
4,089
30.0%
5.6%
11.3%
14.5%
42.3%
3
17,929
4.6%
6.5%
9,110
27.4%
7.1%
11.3%
14.3%
31.0%
45
47083 Houston, TN
47085 Humphreys, TN
47087 Jackson, TN
10,984
6.3%
6.8%
5,554
31.2%
3.6%
11.4%
14.6%
38.5%
9
47089 Jefferson, TN
44,294
5.4%
6.3%
22,422
25.6%
5.4%
10.8%
13.3%
42.0%
40
17,499
7.0%
9.7%
8,155
35.6%
8.8%
12.9%
14.3%
56.2%
11
382,032
4.8%
4.9%
197,455
22.5%
3.7%
12.5%
17.1%
38.4%
577
47091 Johnson, TN
47093 Knox, TN
47095 Lake, TN
7,954
8.6%
9.9%
3,169
35.4%
7.0%
12.3%
24.3%
60.5%
1
47097 Lauderdale, TN
27,101
6.9%
8.4%
13,025
32.1%
7.6%
12.1%
24.7%
50.6%
25
47099 Lawrence, TN
39,926
7.6%
7.6%
20,546
27.6%
4.7%
11.1%
14.4%
34.5%
25
47101 Lewis, TN
11,367
7.9%
10.3%
5,773
27.3%
3.3%
12.9%
14.5%
32.2%
0
47103 Lincoln, TN
31,340
5.6%
6.7%
16,163
26.3%
3.7%
11.2%
15.0%
37.1%
31
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HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
DEMOGRAPHICS
FIPS
Code County Name
2000 Total
Population
2000
Percent
Pop 16+
Unemployed
2000
Percnt
Fem 16+
Unemployed
2000 Fem
Population
2000
2000
Percent
2000
2000
of
Percent
Percnt
Fem 16-64 Percent Families
Fem 16+ with
Fem
with
with
Employment 15+
Female
Disability Disability
Divorced Head
2000
Percent
Fem
Hshlders
w/Children
<18 below
poverty
level
2000
Unmarried
Female
HshldrFemale
Partner
29
47105 Loudon, TN
39,086
3.6%
4.1%
20,032
26.1%
6.2%
12.4%
12.1%
27.1%
47107 McMinn, TN
49,015
5.3%
6.1%
25,348
28.1%
4.4%
11.9%
14.6%
40.5%
38
47109 McNairy, TN
24,653
5.2%
5.8%
12,695
28.9%
4.2%
11.6%
13.9%
40.4%
32
47111 Macon, TN
20,386
5.0%
6.3%
10,325
33.7%
5.8%
11.4%
12.0%
34.8%
15
47113 Madison, TN
91,837
6.9%
7.2%
47,802
25.2%
5.4%
11.8%
23.0%
36.7%
96
47115 Marion, TN
27,776
5.4%
5.9%
14,182
31.2%
5.3%
12.1%
15.7%
41.9%
6
47117 Marshall, TN
26,767
4.3%
4.3%
13,698
24.8%
4.5%
12.1%
16.0%
30.2%
26
47119 Maury, TN
69,498
4.2%
4.3%
35,716
22.3%
4.2%
11.6%
17.7%
36.7%
85
47121 Meigs, TN
11,086
6.3%
6.9%
5,542
29.6%
4.5%
11.9%
13.0%
50.8%
0
47123 Monroe, TN
38,961
7.5%
8.5%
19,760
28.4%
3.9%
11.7%
13.7%
36.3%
76
166
47125 Montgomery, TN
134,768
6.3%
7.2%
66,993
22.4%
4.4%
11.5%
16.4%
33.6%
47127 Moore, TN
5,740
4.9%
4.5%
2,897
25.9%
8.4%
6.4%
9.9%
44.2%
6
47129 Morgan, TN
19,757
7.0%
8.3%
9,219
32.1%
4.4%
12.5%
13.7%
35.8%
13
47131 Obion, TN
32,450
5.3%
6.9%
16,780
26.4%
4.9%
10.0%
15.6%
50.7%
34
47133 Overton, TN
20,118
5.5%
5.1%
10,252
31.1%
3.3%
11.6%
13.5%
38.4%
24
47135 Perry, TN
7,631
5.4%
5.4%
3,834
27.7%
3.4%
9.3%
12.3%
25.9%
9
47137 Pickett, TN
4,945
4.0%
1.5%
2,513
28.4%
2.8%
8.9%
11.2%
31.7%
4
47139 Polk, TN
16,050
4.9%
5.0%
8,095
30.0%
3.6%
11.7%
12.3%
36.8%
12
47141 Putnam, TN
62,315
5.0%
5.0%
31,402
25.1%
4.4%
11.8%
14.8%
38.1%
54
47143 Rhea, TN
28,400
6.4%
8.5%
14,615
30.5%
4.7%
10.7%
15.5%
50.9%
14
47145 Roane, TN
51,910
5.6%
5.8%
26,760
29.2%
5.4%
12.0%
14.1%
43.2%
35
47147 Robertson, TN
54,433
3.4%
4.2%
27,382
24.7%
5.5%
10.9%
14.5%
33.7%
47
47149 Rutherford, TN
182,023
5.0%
5.1%
91,438
18.5%
3.5%
11.9%
15.6%
25.8%
221
16
47151 Scott, TN
21,127
7.3%
9.1%
10,704
35.1%
5.3%
11.0%
16.2%
44.9%
47153 Sequatchie, TN
11,370
5.1%
7.0%
5,735
27.3%
5.1%
12.1%
15.0%
44.1%
3
47155 Sevier, TN
71,170
6.5%
8.4%
36,331
24.5%
5.7%
13.3%
13.8%
34.2%
71
47157 Shelby, TN
897,472
6.8%
7.0%
468,827
24.5%
5.8%
12.3%
29.7%
37.7%
1,023
47159 Smith, TN
17,712
4.4%
4.1%
8,992
24.3%
2.6%
10.1%
13.3%
35.3%
16
47161 Stewart, TN
12,370
7.6%
6.6%
6,212
28.3%
4.4%
10.2%
10.9%
37.0%
21
47163 Sullivan, TN
153,048
4.6%
4.6%
79,188
26.8%
4.7%
12.1%
14.4%
41.0%
116
47165 Sumner, TN
130,449
3.7%
4.2%
66,573
21.6%
4.4%
11.7%
14.2%
30.6%
131
51,271
4.9%
4.9%
26,021
23.4%
3.9%
10.0%
17.7%
38.9%
74
7,259
3.4%
4.4%
3,686
32.0%
5.9%
12.1%
15.4%
30.0%
27
47171 Unicoi, TN
17,667
6.8%
9.0%
9,054
30.6%
5.6%
9.8%
13.6%
36.6%
0
47173 Union, TN
17,808
5.2%
6.3%
8,958
29.9%
5.9%
10.1%
13.7%
57.1%
13
14
47167 Tipton, TN
47169 Trousdale, TN
47175 Van Buren, TN
5,508
6.7%
6.9%
2,764
29.1%
4.3%
12.6%
14.8%
45.0%
38,276
4.7%
5.7%
19,475
30.4%
5.1%
12.8%
15.7%
51.7%
43
107,198
5.4%
6.1%
55,021
26.0%
4.7%
12.7%
15.8%
39.4%
179
47181 Wayne, TN
16,842
7.4%
7.1%
7,598
31.0%
6.2%
10.9%
13.8%
42.0%
12
47183 Weakley, TN
34,895
6.1%
6.9%
17,971
24.5%
3.7%
10.0%
14.1%
46.0%
15
18
47177 Warren, TN
47179 Washington, TN
47185 White, TN
23,102
6.2%
6.8%
11,776
32.2%
4.9%
12.5%
14.7%
36.2%
126,638
2.6%
3.1%
64,280
13.7%
2.8%
9.0%
9.8%
19.4%
90
47189 Wilson, TN
88,809
3.9%
4.2%
44,979
20.7%
4.6%
10.6%
12.9%
24.4%
50
84 REGION IV
53,252,966
5.7%
6.1%
27,270,813
24.8%
5.2%
11.5%
19.2%
37.2%
61,986
91 UNITED STATES 281,421,906
5.8%
5.8%
143,368,343
22.0%
4.6%
10.8%
18.0%
34.3%
326,066
47187 Williamson, TN
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FEMALE MORTALITY FROM ALL CAUSES
(Deaths for Females by Race/Ethnicity)
19982000
2000
FIPS
Female Female
Code County Name Deaths Deaths
01 ALABAMA
19982000
White
Female
Deaths
2000
White
Female
Deaths
19982000
Black
Female
Deaths
2000
Black
Female
Deaths
2000
AmInd
Female
Deaths
19982000
API
Female
Deaths
2000
API
Female
Deaths
22,406
17,234
16,916
5,422
5,440
170
177
144
142
26
34
0
0
1
01003 Baldwin, AL
645
642
589
581
56
61
0
0
2
01005 Barbour, AL
153
145
100
93
53
52
0
0
0
97
99
80
81
17
18
0
0
0
221
223
215
219
6
3
0
0
1
0
01011 Bullock, AL
31
26
31
19982000
Hisp
Female
Deaths
22,709
01009 Blount, AL
24
2000
Hisp
Female
Deaths
01001 Autauga, AL
01007 Bibb, AL
22
19982000
AmInd
Female
Deaths
34
77
69
27
21
50
47
0
0
01013 Butler, AL
131
130
82
91
49
39
0
0
0
01015 Calhoun, AL
674
649
570
540
101
107
0
2
1
01017 Chambers, AL
280
243
213
176
67
67
0
0
0
01019 Cherokee, AL
131
130
123
123
8
7
0
0
0
01021 Chilton, AL
197
195
173
173
24
22
0
0
0
79
79
47
47
32
32
0
0
0
140
139
87
85
53
53
0
0
0
90
91
81
82
9
9
0
0
0
0
01023 Choctaw, AL
01025 Clarke, AL
01027 Clay, AL
01029 Cleburne, AL
74
73
72
69
4
0
0
01031 Coffee, AL
239
223
190
180
47
41
0
1
1
01033 Colbert, AL
297
301
249
249
48
52
0
1
0
01035 Conecuh, AL
93
98
56
58
37
40
0
0
0
01037 Coosa, AL
55
59
33
39
22
20
0
0
0
245
247
219
215
26
32
0
0
0
01039 Covington, AL
01041 Crenshaw, AL
84
94
64
71
20
23
0
0
0
01043 Cullman, AL
438
403
428
398
8
5
0
0
0
01045 Dale, AL
228
220
182
182
44
37
0
1
1
01047 Dallas, AL
284
290
117
136
166
153
0
0
0
01049 DeKalb, AL
341
333
334
326
7
7
0
0
2
01051 Elmore, AL
267
288
227
238
38
49
0
1
1
01053 Escambia, AL
210
226
156
159
52
64
4
0
0
01055 Etowah, AL
659
660
583
584
75
75
1
0
0
0
01057 Fayette, AL
134
124
120
111
14
13
0
0
01059 Franklin, AL
185
188
177
181
8
7
0
0
1
01061 Geneva, AL
148
153
134
134
14
19
0
0
0
01063 Greene, AL
49
55
6
9
43
46
0
0
0
01065 Hale, AL
99
106
45
47
54
59
0
0
0
104
94
70
61
34
33
0
0
0
01067 Henry, AL
01069 Houston, AL
459
443
345
337
113
105
0
0
0
01071 Jackson, AL
254
251
246
239
8
11
0
0
0
5
5
01073 Jefferson, AL
3,782
3,833
2,443
2,487
1,332
1,339
1
01075 Lamar, AL
104
89
90
80
13
9
0
0
0
01077 Lauderdale, AL
440
429
399
387
41
42
0
0
1
01079 Lawrence, AL
187
164
164
144
23
20
0
0
0
01081 Lee, AL
368
352
263
240
103
110
1
1
1
01083 Limestone, AL
276
274
238
242
36
30
0
1
0
55
64
14
17
41
46
0
0
0
01085 Lowndes, AL
241
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FEMALE MORTALITY FROM ALL CAUSES
(Deaths for Females by Race/Ethnicity)
19982000
2000
FIPS
Female Female
Code County Name Deaths Deaths
01087 Macon, AL
2000
White
Female
Deaths
19982000
White
Female
Deaths
19982000
Black
Female
Deaths
2000
Black
Female
Deaths
2000
AmInd
Female
Deaths
19982000
AmInd
Female
Deaths
19982000
API
Female
Deaths
2000
API
Female
Deaths
19982000
Hisp
Female
Deaths
2000
Hisp
Female
Deaths
144
132
19
23
125
109
0
0
0
01089 Madison, AL
1,052
1,036
873
850
177
183
2
1
2
01091 Marengo, AL
132
133
56
59
76
74
0
0
0
01093 Marion, AL
181
173
178
167
5
0
0
0
01095 Marshall, AL
01097 Mobile, AL
01099 Monroe, AL
453
441
439
433
10
6
1
0
2
2,056
1,974
1,377
1,324
673
642
5
3
3
143
135
93
84
49
50
0
0
0
1,031
1,063
647
651
382
410
0
2
1
576
529
519
473
57
56
0
0
0
84
75
30
29
54
46
0
0
0
01107 Pickens, AL
129
119
80
74
49
45
0
0
0
01109 Pike, AL
159
152
107
99
51
52
1
1
0
01111 Randolph, AL
139
129
119
103
20
26
0
0
0
01113 Russell, AL
309
286
208
184
101
101
0
0
1
01115 St. Clair, AL
275
280
259
259
16
20
0
0
0
01117 Shelby, AL
425
413
392
369
30
40
1
2
0
01101 Montgomery, AL
01103 Morgan, AL
01105 Perry, AL
01119 Sumter, AL
01121 Talladega, AL
70
87
24
26
46
61
0
0
0
395
402
303
305
92
97
0
0
0
01123 Tallapoosa, AL
263
255
205
197
58
58
0
0
0
01125 Tuscaloosa, AL
717
713
490
509
224
202
1
1
1
01127 Walker, AL
446
451
421
418
24
33
0
0
1
01129 Washington, AL
84
83
51
54
31
25
3
0
0
01131 Wilcox, AL
66
71
16
19
50
52
0
0
0
01133 Winston, AL
137
131
133
129
80,309
79,156
71,734
70,750
8,285
8,115
741
754
574
582
162
169
88
85
76
76
12
9
12005 Bay, FL
713
672
632
599
75
69
1
12007 Bradford, FL
125
125
114
109
10
15
0
12009 Brevard, FL
2,577
2,397
2,404
2,240
164
148
2
9
8
31
31
12011 Broward, FL
8,117
8,095
7,283
7,274
810
793
3
22
25
349
326
12013 Calhoun, FL
62
67
56
59
6
7
0
0
1,051
1,021
1,030
989
21
28
1
2
17
12
12017 Citrus, FL
889
894
871
878
18
14
0
2
8
9
12019 Clay, FL
507
505
475
476
24
25
1
4
6
5
1,077
1,040
1,047
1,013
27
25
1
1
45
38
12 FLORIDA
12001 Alachua, FL
12003 Baker, FL
12015 Charlotte, FL
12021 Collier, FL
2
0
55
54
0
235
1
237
6,373
0
4
5
0
0
0
3
3
5
0
7
6,231
6
1
0
12023 Columbia, FL
303
282
257
239
45
41
1
0
2
12027 DeSoto, FL
146
133
133
119
12
13
1
0
2
75
68
69
64
6
4
0
0
12031 Duval, FL
3,351
3,336
2,466
2,466
865
850
3
16
17
35
29
12033 Escambia, FL
5
8
12029 Dixie, FL
1,432
1,422
1,106
1,106
312
302
9
11
7
12035 Flagler, FL
283
282
253
255
29
26
1
0
8
9
12037 Franklin, FL
64
65
56
56
8
9
0
0
0
12039 Gadsden, FL
231
208
83
93
148
115
0
0
3
242
6
0
Quality
.
Resource
.
Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
FEMALE MORTALITY FROM ALL CAUSES
(Deaths for Females by Race/Ethnicity)
FIPS
Code County Name
19982000
2000
Female Female
Deaths Deaths
2000
White
Female
Deaths
19982000
White
Female
Deaths
19982000
Black
Female
Deaths
2000
Black
Female
Deaths
2000
AmInd
Female
Deaths
19982000
AmInd
Female
Deaths
19982000
API
Female
Deaths
2000
API
Female
Deaths
19982000
Hisp
Female
Deaths
2000
Hisp
Female
Deaths
12041 Gilchrist, FL
82
76
81
73
3
0
0
0
12043 Glades, FL
37
35
34
31
3
2
0
1
12045 Gulf, FL
67
78
58
64
8
13
0
1
0
12047 Hamilton, FL
56
49
41
31
15
18
0
0
0
12049 Hardee, FL
95
97
86
91
8
6
1
0
5
9
12051 Hendry, FL
133
118
108
98
25
19
1
0
10
11
12053 Hernando, FL
874
901
852
876
21
23
1
1
19
15
12055 Highlands, FL
549
574
520
545
29
28
0
1
14
14
4,259
4,122
3,699
3,573
538
527
3
19
428
400
3
0
0
38
39
0
0
8
6
12057 Hillsborough, FL
21
12059 Holmes, FL
106
104
105
101
12061 Indian River, FL
694
689
656
650
12063 Jackson, FL
262
267
199
205
63
62
0
0
0
12065 Jefferson, FL
76
74
40
42
36
32
0
0
0
2
0
0
72
77
1
1
16
11
12067 Lafayette, FL
28
27
26
26
12069 Lake, FL
1,423
1,319
1,349
1,239
12071 Lee, FL
0
0
2,365
2,298
2,263
2,196
99
98
1
4
40
40
12073 Leon, FL
850
786
629
585
217
199
0
2
7
6
12075 Levy, FL
193
187
182
170
11
17
0
0
2
36
29
30
26
6
3
0
0
0
12077 Liberty, FL
12079 Madison, FL
105
105
60
63
45
42
0
0
12081 Manatee, FL
1,667
1,624
1,581
1,541
83
81
0
2
13
15
12083 Marion, FL
1,534
1,450
1,376
1,306
153
137
3
4
39
29
12085 Martin, FL
769
756
743
730
25
24
1
1
7
7
9,222
9,375
7,620
7,781
1,567
1,558
33
4,432
4,437
12
18
7
6
12086 Miami-Dade, FL
7
3
28
12087 Monroe, FL
267
286
250
270
16
16
0
1
12089 Nassau, FL
251
233
222
203
29
30
0
0
12091 Okaloosa, FL
653
633
616
588
29
37
1
12093 Okeechobee, FL
12095 Orange, FL
12097 Osceola, FL
12099 Palm Beach, FL
6
0
5
3
23
25
240
198
3
64
64
16
12
165
163
2
36
32
3
14
15
67
62
7
3
30
34
175
176
161
164
14
11
0
2,949
2,638
2,472
454
450
2
615
622
579
586
33
33
0
6,350
6,381
5,846
5,864
487
505
0
2,510
2,462
2,477
2,428
30
30
12103 Pinellas, FL
6,500
6,551
6,156
6,195
325
338
12105 Polk, FL
2
5
1
6
3,116
12101 Pasco, FL
0
2,471
2,463
2,200
2,194
263
264
2
12107 Putnam, FL
433
412
356
342
76
70
0
0
4
12109 St. Johns, FL
558
536
519
490
38
45
0
1
4
12111 St. Lucie, FL
1,071
1,018
925
886
144
129
446
421
412
400
27
17
12115 Sarasota, FL
2,473
2,419
2,385
2,343
81
71
1
6
12117 Seminole, FL
9
12113 Santa Rosa, FL
5
1
1
2
2
22
20
5
22
17
9
68
65
2
1,283
1,243
1,145
1,117
128
116
1
12119 Sumter, FL
291
256
260
233
29
21
0
1
3
12121 Suwannee, FL
205
215
184
193
21
21
0
0
2
12123 Taylor, FL
106
101
91
84
15
17
0
0
0
12125 Union, FL
43
44
38
40
5
5
0
0
0
243
Quality
.
Resource
.
Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
FEMALE MORTALITY FROM ALL CAUSES
(Deaths for Females by Race/Ethnicity)
FIPS
Code County Name
19982000
2000
Female Female
Deaths Deaths
2000
White
Female
Deaths
19982000
White
Female
Deaths
2000
Black
Female
Deaths
19982000
Black
Female
Deaths
2000
AmInd
Female
Deaths
19982000
AmInd
Female
Deaths
2000
API
Female
Deaths
19982000
API
Female
Deaths
2000
Hisp
Female
Deaths
12127 Volusia, FL
2,763
2,753
2,576
2,568
184
180
1
3
12129 Wakulla, FL
95
90
82
80
13
10
0
0
12131 Walton, FL
195
202
181
186
12
15
0
1
1
12133 Washington, FL
125
101
112
89
13
12
0
0
0
13 GEORGIA
37
147
130
43
0
32,389
31,285
23,627
22,807
8,569
8,311
13001 Appling, GA
100
87
85
72
15
15
0
0
0
13003 Atkinson, GA
26
27
18
18
8
9
0
0
0
13005 Bacon, GA
44
56
39
50
6
0
0
0
13007 Baker, GA
14
15
5
9
9
6
0
0
0
166
175
106
120
60
55
0
0
1
13009 Baldwin, GA
46
51
19982000
Hisp
Female
Deaths
183
168
13011 Banks, GA
43
45
42
44
1
0
0
0
13013 Barrow, GA
198
164
172
148
25
16
0
0
0
13015 Bartow, GA
322
296
289
263
33
33
0
0
0
13017 Ben Hill, GA
108
119
75
86
33
33
0
0
0
13019 Berrien, GA
73
79
63
68
10
11
0
0
0
13021 Bibb, GA
852
869
509
512
339
355
1
2
1
13023 Bleckley, GA
58
64
44
51
14
13
0
0
0
13025 Brantley, GA
51
50
50
46
4
0
0
0
13027 Brooks, GA
115
101
83
69
32
32
0
0
0
13029 Bryan, GA
62
63
51
51
11
12
0
0
0
198
196
150
151
47
45
0
0
0
99
108
56
56
43
51
0
0
0
13031 Bulloch, GA
13033 Burke, GA
13035 Butts, GA
89
80
70
62
19
18
0
0
0
13037 Calhoun, GA
24
37
13
16
11
21
0
0
0
13039 Camden, GA
95
87
70
65
25
22
0
0
0
13043 Candler, GA
69
61
53
46
16
15
0
0
1
52
13045 Carroll, GA
396
378
344
325
52
0
0
1
13047 Catoosa, GA
223
206
222
203
2
0
0
0
13049 Charlton, GA
36
39
32
31
8
0
0
0
13051 Chatham, GA
1,189
1,138
724
690
458
443
1
3
3
6
0
0
0
12
10
0
0
0
13053 Chattahoochee, GA
7
12
15
8
9
13055 Chattooga, GA
157
143
145
133
13057 Cherokee, GA
411
384
401
373
10
10
1
1
2
13059 Clarke, GA
345
337
225
228
118
107
0
1
2
13061 Clay, GA
13063 Clayton, GA
13065 Clinch, GA
23
27
13
13
10
14
0
700
633
460
456
231
167
2
0
5
8
10
9
0
8
7
29
21
33
31
22
23
10
8
0
1,624
1,580
1,422
1,401
190
167
3
13069 Coffee, GA
167
156
123
115
44
40
0
0
13071 Colquitt, GA
219
224
178
175
41
49
0
0
2
13073 Columbia, GA
257
252
211
208
35
39
1
4
2
13067 Cobb, GA
13075 Cook, GA
13077 Coweta, GA
13079 Crawford, GA
0
8
0
1
95
92
74
69
20
22
0
1
0
330
313
270
254
58
58
1
1
2
37
35
29
24
8
10
0
0
0
244
Quality
.
Resource
.
Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
FEMALE MORTALITY FROM ALL CAUSES
(Deaths for Females by Race/Ethnicity)
2000
White
Female
Deaths
19982000
2000
FIPS
Female Female
Code County Name Deaths Deaths
19982000
White
Female
Deaths
19982000
Black
Female
Deaths
2000
Black
Female
Deaths
13081 Crisp, GA
126
131
84
84
13083 Dade, GA
66
62
65
61
42
19982000
AmInd
Female
Deaths
2000
AmInd
Female
Deaths
19982000
API
Female
Deaths
2000
API
Female
Deaths
19982000
Hisp
Female
Deaths
2000
Hisp
Female
Deaths
47
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
13085 Dawson, GA
55
46
54
46
1
0
0
0
13087 Decatur, GA
178
159
120
104
57
54
0
1
0
13089 DeKalb, GA
2,009
1,993
1,202
1,208
785
761
13091 Dodge, GA
95
113
83
89
12
24
6
4
0
16
20
0
27
24
13093 Dooly, GA
64
57
31
31
33
27
0
0
0
13095 Dougherty, GA
418
426
199
215
219
211
0
0
0
13097 Douglas, GA
0
286
275
253
246
31
28
0
1
1
13099 Early, GA
70
77
43
47
26
30
0
0
0
13101 Echols, GA
11
8
10
8
1
0
0
0
13103 Effingham, GA
133
112
116
95
16
17
0
0
0
13105 Elbert, GA
120
124
93
92
27
32
0
0
0
13107 Emanuel, GA
0
123
118
90
84
33
34
0
0
13109 Evans, GA
54
55
39
35
15
20
0
0
0
13111 Fannin, GA
114
111
113
110
0
0
0
0
13113 Fayette, GA
241
254
217
229
19
22
1
13115 Floyd, GA
563
528
504
468
56
57
0
13117 Forsyth, GA
280
238
280
237
0
0
1
1
13119 Franklin, GA
124
108
112
99
12
9
0
0
0
13121 Fulton, GA
3,258
3,199
1,571
1,550
1,669
1,632
2
13123 Gilmer, GA
116
104
116
104
0
0
0
1
17
17
16
16
1
0
0
0
13125 Glascock, GA
5
14
2
1
2
2
15
23
25
13127 Glynn, GA
374
357
281
269
91
88
0
0
0
13129 Gordon, GA
204
188
197
180
6
8
0
1
1
13131 Grady, GA
128
130
99
99
28
30
0
0
1
85
80
56
50
29
30
0
0
0
100
79
13133 Greene, GA
13135 Gwinnett, GA
1,192
1,104
1,058
995
13137 Habersham, GA
154
153
152
150
13139 Hall, GA
535
484
495
447
35
6
6
2
0
34
0
28
23
20
19
6
5
0
5
2
1
13141 Hancock, GA
47
52
19
21
28
31
0
0
0
13143 Haralson, GA
134
136
121
126
13
10
0
0
0
13145 Harris, GA
93
87
66
58
26
28
0
0
0
141
134
113
113
28
21
0
0
0
13149 Heard, GA
45
51
40
44
5
7
0
0
0
13151 Henry, GA
376
345
323
299
48
44
0
2
1
13153 Houston, GA
387
368
296
293
87
72
1
2
1
60
57
38
39
22
18
0
0
0
204
183
182
167
22
16
0
0
0
13159 Jasper, GA
50
54
36
40
13
14
0
0
0
13161 Jeff Davis, GA
75
66
66
56
9
11
0
0
0
13163 Jefferson, GA
13147 Hart, GA
13155 Irwin, GA
13157 Jackson, GA
5
119
107
49
50
70
57
0
0
0
13165 Jenkins, GA
46
44
27
27
19
17
0
0
0
13167 Johnson, GA
55
53
40
38
15
15
0
0
0
245
Quality
.
Resource
.
Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
FEMALE MORTALITY FROM ALL CAUSES
(Deaths for Females by Race/Ethnicity)
FIPS
Code County Name
19982000
2000
Female Female
Deaths Deaths
2000
White
Female
Deaths
19982000
White
Female
Deaths
2000
Black
Female
Deaths
19982000
Black
Female
Deaths
2000
AmInd
Female
Deaths
19982000
AmInd
Female
Deaths
2000
API
Female
Deaths
19982000
API
Female
Deaths
2000
Hisp
Female
Deaths
19982000
Hisp
Female
Deaths
13169 Jones, GA
78
85
57
65
21
20
0
0
0
13171 Lamar, GA
88
79
66
60
22
19
0
0
0
13173 Lanier, GA
47
36
38
27
9
8
0
0
0
225
229
147
154
78
75
0
0
0
72
54
55
38
16
15
0
0
0
13179 Liberty, GA
140
122
79
65
57
54
1
2
1
13181 Lincoln, GA
42
43
30
33
11
9
0
0
0
13175 Laurens, GA
13177 Lee, GA
13183 Long, GA
13185 Lowndes, GA
33
25
25
20
8
5
0
0
0
340
348
203
217
134
130
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
38
42
0
0
0
13187 Lumpkin, GA
95
75
94
75
13189 McDuffie, GA
106
115
68
72
13191 McIntosh, GA
40
48
21
27
19
21
0
0
0
13193 Macon, GA
83
82
38
37
45
45
0
0
0
121
113
110
99
11
13
0
0
0
30
32
24
23
6
9
0
0
0
116
118
69
71
47
47
0
0
0
13195 Madison, GA
13197 Marion, GA
13199 Meriwether, GA
13201 Miller, GA
42
38
32
30
10
8
0
0
0
13205 Mitchell, GA
117
115
76
72
41
43
0
0
0
13207 Monroe, GA
1
115
109
86
73
29
36
0
0
13209 Montgomery, GA
42
35
28
24
14
11
0
0
0
13211 Morgan, GA
66
77
45
52
21
25
0
0
0
13213 Murray, GA
116
118
115
117
0
0
13215 Muscogee, GA
937
930
605
586
327
338
1
13217 Newton, GA
253
240
199
194
54
46
0
0
1
13219 Oconee, GA
80
84
75
79
5
6
0
0
0
13221 Oglethorpe, GA
5
0
1
5
4
73
60
57
49
16
11
0
0
0
13223 Paulding, GA
222
183
211
174
10
9
0
1
0
13225 Peach, GA
54
51
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
10
0
0
0
111
113
56
61
13227 Pickens, GA
98
93
94
91
13229 Pierce, GA
76
74
69
64
7
13231 Pike, GA
62
53
50
41
12
12
0
0
1
13233 Polk, GA
204
205
179
178
24
26
0
0
1
13235 Pulaski, GA
60
65
33
41
27
24
0
0
0
13237 Putnam, GA
73
72
54
48
19
24
0
0
1
5
13239 Quitman, GA
12
14
7
9
13241 Rabun, GA
83
74
83
74
5
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
13243 Randolph, GA
58
59
21
23
37
35
0
13245 Richmond, GA
987
940
557
549
425
383
3
13247 Rockdale, GA
234
230
210
207
23
22
0
5
5
3
0
2
13249 Schley, GA
21
20
10
11
11
9
0
0
0
13251 Screven, GA
83
92
51
58
32
34
0
0
0
13253 Seminole, GA
52
48
40
34
12
14
0
0
0
13255 Spalding, GA
329
320
238
247
91
72
0
0
1
13257 Stephens, GA
165
151
151
136
14
15
0
0
0
246
Quality
.
Resource
.
Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
FEMALE MORTALITY FROM ALL CAUSES
(Deaths for Females by Race/Ethnicity)
19982000
2000
FIPS
Female Female
Code County Name Deaths Deaths
19982000
White
Female
Deaths
2000
White
Female
Deaths
19982000
Black
Female
Deaths
2000
Black
Female
Deaths
19982000
AmInd
Female
Deaths
2000
AmInd
Female
Deaths
2000
API
Female
Deaths
19982000
API
Female
Deaths
19982000
Hisp
Female
Deaths
2000
Hisp
Female
Deaths
13259 Stewart, GA
35
36
11
15
24
21
0
0
13261 Sumter, GA
200
191
117
109
81
81
1
1
0
13263 Talbot, GA
39
39
16
16
23
23
0
0
0
13265 Taliaferro, GA
0
14
14
9
8
5
6
0
0
0
13267 Tattnall, GA
102
107
82
89
20
18
0
0
0
13269 Taylor, GA
60
54
40
33
20
20
0
0
0
13271 Telfair, GA
69
74
52
53
17
21
0
0
0
13273 Terrell, GA
63
71
30
34
33
37
0
0
0
233
248
139
156
93
91
0
1
0
13275 Thomas, GA
13277 Tift, GA
195
171
149
125
46
45
0
0
1
13279 Toombs, GA
137
143
100
103
37
38
0
1
1
13281 Towns, GA
66
60
66
60
0
0
0
0
13283 Treutlen, GA
32
36
20
27
12
9
0
0
0
13285 Troup, GA
379
349
269
242
108
106
0
1
1
13287 Turner, GA
56
58
40
41
16
16
0
0
0
13289 Twiggs, GA
52
48
31
27
21
21
0
0
0
13291 Union, GA
107
104
107
104
0
0
0
0
13293 Upson, GA
209
191
168
143
41
47
0
1
0
13295 Walker, GA
360
342
338
328
21
13
0
1
0
13297 Walton, GA
224
207
189
175
33
31
1
0
1
13299 Ware, GA
223
217
169
164
53
52
0
1
1
13301 Warren, GA
49
50
29
28
20
21
0
0
0
13303 Washington, GA
104
103
60
52
44
51
0
0
0
13305 Wayne, GA
115
114
97
95
18
19
0
0
0
13307 Webster, GA
13
14
7
6
6
8
0
0
0
13309 Wheeler, GA
30
29
22
22
8
7
0
0
0
13311 White, GA
86
85
79
81
6
3
1
0
366
349
347
333
19
16
0
0
13313 Whitfield, GA
0
6
5
13315 Wilcox, GA
43
44
31
30
12
15
0
0
13317 Wilkes, GA
70
70
52
47
18
23
0
0
1
13319 Wilkinson, GA
49
46
25
27
24
19
0
0
0
13321 Worth, GA
97
99
69
73
28
26
20,058
19,686
18,639
18,283
1,384
1,371
21001 Adair, KY
88
82
85
80
2
0
0
21003 Allen, KY
96
92
94
90
1
0
0
0
21005 Anderson, KY
75
72
69
69
5
3
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
12
11
0
0
1
21 KENTUCKY
21007 Ballard, KY
68
64
65
62
21009 Barren, KY
221
207
209
196
0
0
7
6
0
28
26
0
84
72
1
21011 Bath, KY
73
59
69
55
3
0
0
0
21013 Bell, KY
174
173
171
168
5
0
0
0
21015 Boone, KY
258
269
258
267
1
0
0
1
95
104
83
93
12
12
0
0
0
3
0
0
2
13
17
0
0
0
21017 Bourbon, KY
21019 Boyd, KY
338
320
335
317
21021 Boyle, KY
152
150
139
133
247
Quality
.
Resource
.
Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
FEMALE MORTALITY FROM ALL CAUSES
(Deaths for Females by Race/Ethnicity)
FIPS
Code County Name
19982000
2000
Female Female
Deaths Deaths
2000
White
Female
Deaths
19982000
White
Female
Deaths
19982000
Black
Female
Deaths
2000
Black
Female
Deaths
2000
AmInd
Female
Deaths
19982000
AmInd
Female
Deaths
19982000
API
Female
Deaths
2000
API
Female
Deaths
19982000
Hisp
Female
Deaths
2000
Hisp
Female
Deaths
21023 Bracken, KY
42
51
42
51
0
0
0
21025 Breathitt, KY
74
77
73
77
0
0
0
0
21027 Breckinridge, KY
93
93
91
91
2
0
0
0
21029 Bullitt, KY
154
163
154
163
0
0
0
1
21031 Butler, KY
59
60
59
59
0
0
0
0
21033 Caldwell, KY
75
85
72
82
21035 Calloway, KY
191
182
186
177
21037 Campbell, KY
449
454
445
21039 Carlisle, KY
46
33
21041 Carroll, KY
74
21043 Carter, KY
143
21045 Casey, KY
0
3
0
0
1
5
0
0
0
449
4
0
0
1
45
33
0
0
0
0
62
71
61
1
0
0
0
135
143
134
0
0
0
1
5
81
79
80
78
1
0
0
0
21047 Christian, KY
314
298
243
231
70
67
0
0
1
21049 Clark, KY
157
155
135
139
22
16
0
0
1
21051 Clay, KY
113
109
109
106
3
0
0
0
21053 Clinton, KY
36
44
35
43
0
0
0
0
21055 Crittenden, KY
61
63
61
61
2
0
0
0
21057 Cumberland, KY
50
50
48
48
3
0
0
0
527
485
507
467
16
0
1
2
21061 Edmonson, KY
51
56
51
56
0
0
0
1
21063 Elliott, KY
34
33
34
33
0
0
0
0
21065 Estill, KY
85
81
85
81
0
0
0
0
21067 Fayette, KY
1,041
1,028
888
868
157
0
3
21069 Fleming, KY
77
74
75
72
2
0
0
21071 Floyd, KY
229
215
228
213
1
0
0
1
21073 Franklin, KY
240
229
225
216
15
13
0
0
1
5
21059 Daviess, KY
17
151
6
4
0
21075 Fulton, KY
52
60
47
52
8
0
0
0
21077 Gallatin, KY
48
34
48
34
0
0
0
0
21079 Garrard, KY
60
63
58
58
4
0
0
0
21081 Grant, KY
91
88
91
88
0
0
0
0
21083 Graves, KY
242
234
223
217
16
0
0
2
21085 Grayson, KY
129
128
129
128
0
0
0
1
56
55
55
53
2
0
0
0
204
201
201
199
2
0
0
1
21087 Green, KY
21089 Greenup, KY
21091 Hancock, KY
19
37
32
37
32
0
0
21093 Hardin, KY
346
318
323
296
18
19
0
21095 Harlan, KY
213
208
204
202
9
6
84
97
83
95
2
21099 Hart, KY
110
94
102
88
7
21101 Henderson, KY
226
232
200
209
25
21103 Henry, KY
59
75
54
70
5
21105 Hickman, KY
30
34
26
30
21107 Hopkins, KY
304
284
274
259
21109 Jackson, KY
67
69
67
69
21097 Harrison, KY
29
248
0
0
3
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
6
0
0
1
22
0
0
1
5
5
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
25
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
Quality
.
Resource
.
Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
FEMALE MORTALITY FROM ALL CAUSES
(Deaths for Females by Race/Ethnicity)
FIPS
Code County Name
21111 Jefferson, KY
19982000
2000
Female Female
Deaths Deaths
2000
White
Female
Deaths
19982000
White
Female
Deaths
2000
Black
Female
Deaths
19982000
Black
Female
Deaths
2000
AmInd
Female
Deaths
19982000
AmInd
Female
Deaths
2000
API
Female
Deaths
6
2000
Hisp
Female
Deaths
13
19982000
Hisp
Female
Deaths
3,788
3,763
3,195
3,154
586
602
1
21113 Jessamine, KY
117
114
111
109
6
4
0
0
1
21115 Johnson, KY
133
127
133
127
0
0
0
2
21117 Kenton, KY
639
620
615
598
20
0
1
2
21119 Knott, KY
74
77
73
77
0
0
0
0
21121 Knox, KY
176
173
174
170
3
0
0
0
21
6
19982000
API
Female
Deaths
11
21123 Larue, KY
65
64
63
60
3
0
0
0
21125 Laurel, KY
240
217
239
215
1
0
0
0
21127 Lawrence, KY
81
86
81
86
0
0
0
0
21129 Lee, KY
34
41
34
41
0
0
0
0
21131 Leslie, KY
57
53
57
53
0
0
0
0
158
140
157
140
0
0
0
0
62
67
62
67
0
0
0
0
21137 Lincoln, KY
98
107
92
103
4
0
0
0
21139 Livingston, KY
50
55
50
55
1
0
0
0
126
148
112
136
14
12
0
0
1
2
0
0
1
32
35
0
1
0
1
21133 Letcher, KY
21135 Lewis, KY
21141 Logan, KY
21143 Lyon, KY
6
68
52
65
50
420
401
387
364
21147 McCreary, KY
81
91
81
91
0
0
0
21149 McLean, KY
61
65
61
65
0
0
0
0
21151 Madison, KY
275
274
263
256
12
18
0
0
1
21153 Magoffin, KY
60
56
59
56
0
0
0
0
21155 Marion, KY
96
96
91
90
5
6
0
0
1
21145 McCracken, KY
21157 Marshall, KY
187
175
187
175
0
0
0
21159 Martin, KY
48
53
48
53
0
0
0
0
21161 Mason, KY
119
114
110
106
8
0
0
1
21163 Meade, KY
68
79
68
76
2
0
0
0
21165 Menifee, KY
28
28
28
28
0
0
0
0
21167 Mercer, KY
147
119
141
113
5
0
0
0
9
6
6
3
21169 Metcalfe, KY
44
54
44
53
1
0
0
0
21171 Monroe, KY
62
69
62
67
3
0
0
1
117
117
107
108
9
0
0
1
64
56
64
56
0
0
0
0
21177 Muhlenberg, KY
206
189
197
181
8
7
0
1
1
21179 Nelson, KY
175
161
158
147
17
14
0
0
0
47
42
45
42
1
0
0
0
21183 Ohio, KY
134
126
131
124
2
0
0
0
21185 Oldham, KY
129
111
126
108
2
0
0
1
21187 Owen, KY
42
53
41
51
1
0
0
0
21189 Owsley, KY
29
28
29
28
0
0
0
0
0
21173 Montgomery, KY
21175 Morgan, KY
21181 Nicholas, KY
21191 Pendleton, KY
9
51
52
50
51
1
0
0
21193 Perry, KY
140
147
138
144
3
0
0
0
21195 Pike, KY
354
360
351
358
2
0
0
0
249
Quality
.
Resource
.
Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
FEMALE MORTALITY FROM ALL CAUSES
(Deaths for Females by Race/Ethnicity)
19982000
2000
FIPS
Female Female
Code County Name Deaths Deaths
2000
White
Female
Deaths
19982000
White
Female
Deaths
19982000
Black
Female
Deaths
2000
Black
Female
Deaths
2000
AmInd
Female
Deaths
19982000
AmInd
Female
Deaths
2000
API
Female
Deaths
19982000
API
Female
Deaths
2000
Hisp
Female
Deaths
19982000
Hisp
Female
Deaths
21197 Powell, KY
50
56
49
55
1
0
0
0
21199 Pulaski, KY
305
296
301
292
4
0
0
1
21201 Robertson, KY
18
16
18
16
0
0
0
0
21203 Rockcastle, KY
79
86
78
85
1
0
0
1
21205 Rowan, KY
80
80
79
79
0
0
0
0
21207 Russell, KY
92
93
92
92
1
0
0
0
21209 Scott, KY
151
131
141
121
9
9
0
0
1
21211 Shelby, KY
1
153
145
137
135
16
10
0
0
21213 Simpson, KY
89
76
75
68
14
8
0
0
1
21215 Spencer, KY
51
42
47
38
3
0
0
0
21217 Taylor, KY
128
129
119
121
9
7
0
0
0
21219 Todd, KY
57
76
48
66
9
10
0
0
0
21221 Trigg, KY
75
69
66
60
9
9
0
0
1
21223 Trimble, KY
38
39
38
38
0
0
1
0
21225 Union, KY
89
86
81
80
8
6
0
0
0
32
21227 Warren, KY
354
378
322
346
31
0
1
1
21229 Washington, KY
71
66
68
63
3
0
0
0
21231 Wayne, KY
98
88
97
86
1
0
0
0
21233 Webster, KY
80
86
77
83
3
0
0
1
21235 Whitley, KY
205
206
204
204
2
0
0
0
47
40
47
40
0
0
0
0
21239 Woodford, KY
106
95
91
85
14
9
0
0
0
28 MISSISSIPPI
21237 Wolfe, KY
14,498
14,043
9,817
9,412
4,629
4,579
28001 Adams, MS
199
221
114
117
85
104
0
0
0
28003 Alcorn, MS
269
228
232
199
37
29
0
0
0
28005 Amite, MS
62
57
46
34
16
23
0
0
0
28007 Attala, MS
88
110
60
74
28
36
0
0
0
28009 Benton, MS
36
49
28
38
8
11
0
0
0
28011 Bolivar, MS
248
225
91
85
156
140
0
0
1
93
95
72
76
21
18
0
0
0
28013 Calhoun, MS
28015 Carroll, MS
28017 Chickasaw, MS
38
32
14
20
21
19
41
42
23
25
18
17
0
0
0
107
98
77
67
30
31
0
0
0
28019 Choctaw, MS
49
49
32
32
17
18
0
0
0
28021 Claiborne, MS
58
55
14
14
44
41
0
0
0
0
28023 Clarke, MS
102
92
75
62
27
30
0
0
28025 Clay, MS
105
109
52
58
53
52
0
0
0
28027 Coahoma, MS
197
197
74
80
122
116
0
1
0
28029 Copiah, MS
153
148
86
77
67
71
0
0
0
71
79
48
57
23
23
0
0
0
28033 DeSoto, MS
385
362
341
316
44
46
0
0
0
28035 Forrest, MS
401
388
292
285
108
102
0
1
1
28037 Franklin, MS
62
58
47
41
15
17
0
0
0
28039 George, MS
111
102
101
92
9
9
0
0
0
28041 Greene, MS
54
45
46
38
8
7
0
0
0
28031 Covington, MS
250
Quality
.
Resource
.
Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
FEMALE MORTALITY FROM ALL CAUSES
(Deaths for Females by Race/Ethnicity)
FIPS
Code County Name
19982000
2000
Female Female
Deaths Deaths
2000
White
Female
Deaths
19982000
White
Female
Deaths
2000
Black
Female
Deaths
19982000
Black
Female
Deaths
2000
AmInd
Female
Deaths
19982000
AmInd
Female
Deaths
2000
API
Female
Deaths
19982000
API
Female
Deaths
2000
Hisp
Female
Deaths
19982000
Hisp
Female
Deaths
28043 Grenada, MS
177
162
108
103
69
59
0
0
28045 Hancock, MS
221
204
208
190
13
14
0
0
1
28047 Harrison, MS
862
848
694
683
165
157
1
6
5
1,080
1,167
510
583
569
583
0
1
0
124
126
46
47
78
79
0
0
0
82
67
27
24
54
42
0
1
0
28049 Hinds, MS
28051 Holmes, MS
28053 Humphreys, MS
0
28055 Issaquena, MS
7
5
3
5
2
0
0
0
28057 Itawamba, MS
128
128
123
124
5
4
0
0
0
28059 Jackson, MS
590
546
487
442
101
100
1
3
1
28061 Jasper, MS
124
100
74
62
50
38
0
0
0
28063 Jefferson, MS
45
44
6
7
39
37
0
0
0
28065 Jefferson Davis, MS
87
81
40
39
47
42
0
0
0
358
322
278
249
80
71
1
0
1
58
51
30
28
28
23
0
0
0
135
136
104
102
31
35
0
0
0
28067 Jones, MS
28069 Kemper, MS
28071 Lafayette, MS
28073 Lamar, MS
153
145
132
125
20
20
0
1
0
28075 Lauderdale, MS
528
498
365
344
161
152
0
1
0
28077 Lawrence, MS
28079 Leake, MS
76
73
55
51
21
22
117
121
76
79
36
38
5
0
0
0
4
0
0
28081 Lee, MS
402
360
336
294
66
67
0
0
0
28083 Leflore, MS
246
224
105
94
140
129
0
1
0
28085 Lincoln, MS
249
224
178
163
71
60
0
0
0
28087 Lowndes, MS
221
246
135
147
86
99
0
0
0
28089 Madison, MS
451
348
316
226
134
121
0
1
0
28091 Marion, MS
191
172
142
125
49
47
0
0
0
28093 Marshall, MS
155
157
76
79
79
78
0
0
0
28095 Monroe, MS
218
204
168
152
50
53
0
0
0
28097 Montgomery, MS
85
78
46
47
39
32
28099 Neshoba, MS
165
158
108
110
30
28
28101 Newton, MS
27
0
0
0
20
0
0
0
120
115
81
77
36
36
3
0
28103 Noxubee, MS
56
57
24
22
32
35
0
0
0
28105 Oktibbeha, MS
146
141
88
86
58
54
0
1
0
28107 Panola, MS
183
184
111
108
72
76
0
0
0
28109 Pearl River, MS
230
215
206
186
23
29
0
0
0
28111 Perry, MS
73
62
58
45
15
17
0
0
0
28113 Pike, MS
240
235
145
142
95
93
0
0
1
28115 Pontotoc, MS
118
122
104
107
14
15
0
0
0
28117 Prentiss, MS
98
100
90
93
8
7
0
0
0
28119 Quitman, MS
66
66
24
30
42
35
0
0
0
28121 Rankin, MS
383
392
310
317
73
74
0
1
1
28123 Scott, MS
3
118
135
79
87
39
48
1
0
28125 Sharkey, MS
26
32
8
10
18
21
0
0
0
28127 Simpson, MS
161
159
127
116
34
43
0
0
0
88
86
71
67
17
19
0
0
0
28129 Smith, MS
251
Quality
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Resource
.
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HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
FEMALE MORTALITY FROM ALL CAUSES
(Deaths for Females by Race/Ethnicity)
FIPS
Code County Name
28131 Stone, MS
28133 Sunflower, MS
28135 Tallahatchie, MS
19982000
2000
Female Female
Deaths Deaths
2000
White
Female
Deaths
19982000
White
Female
Deaths
2000
Black
Female
Deaths
19982000
Black
Female
Deaths
2000
AmInd
Female
Deaths
19982000
AmInd
Female
Deaths
2000
API
Female
Deaths
19982000
API
Female
Deaths
2000
Hisp
Female
Deaths
19982000
Hisp
Female
Deaths
69
66
54
53
15
13
0
0
0
162
164
71
67
91
97
0
0
0
0
71
71
29
35
42
36
0
0
28137 Tate, MS
127
115
89
79
38
36
0
0
0
28139 Tippah, MS
129
134
109
117
20
17
0
0
0
28141 Tishomingo, MS
141
132
134
127
7
5
0
0
0
28143 Tunica, MS
42
47
13
18
29
29
0
0
0
28145 Union, MS
0
141
136
128
118
13
18
0
0
28147 Walthall, MS
74
84
53
59
21
25
0
0
0
28149 Warren, MS
258
262
155
154
103
107
0
0
0
28151 Washington, MS
350
347
144
135
206
212
0
0
0
91
96
66
64
25
31
0
0
0
28153 Wayne, MS
28155 Webster, MS
70
70
62
61
8
8
0
0
0
28157 Wilkinson, MS
68
59
31
24
37
35
0
0
0
133
122
91
84
42
38
0
0
0
75
77
56
55
19
22
0
0
0
165
156
80
78
85
79
0
0
0
28159 Winston, MS
28161 Yalobusha, MS
28163 Yazoo, MS
36,579
35,303
28,467
27,296
7,761
7,650
37001 Alamance, NC
37 NORTH CAROLINA
707
669
577
552
128
115
1
1
37003 Alexander, NC
142
137
134
127
7
9
0
0
0
37005 Alleghany, NC
71
70
69
69
1
0
0
0
37007 Anson, NC
152
137
86
73
37009 Ashe, NC
144
151
140
149
37011 Avery, NC
37013 Beaufort, NC
86
91
86
91
285
273
200
187
66
85
270
276
81
82
133
107
1
64
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
86
0
0
0
0
37015 Bertie, NC
151
142
66
62
84
80
0
0
37017 Bladen, NC
190
192
123
117
65
73
2
0
0
37019 Brunswick, NC
337
320
294
276
43
44
0
0
0
37021 Buncombe, NC
1,162
1,150
1,087
1,060
73
87
0
2
3
37023 Burke, NC
421
410
390
380
28
27
0
3
1
37025 Cabarrus, NC
599
599
514
521
84
77
0
0
1
37027 Caldwell, NC
369
359
349
337
20
22
0
0
1
37029 Camden, NC
32
33
24
25
8
7
0
0
0
37031 Carteret, NC
314
310
297
288
17
21
0
1
0
37033 Caswell, NC
106
113
67
71
38
42
0
0
37035 Catawba, NC
653
629
593
572
58
55
0
2
42
50
0
0
1
2
3
0
0
31
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
85
0
1
1
0
37037 Chatham, NC
237
239
194
188
37039 Cherokee, NC
132
137
128
132
37041 Chowan, NC
90
87
56
56
37043 Clay, NC
56
53
54
52
512
484
433
398
37045 Cleveland, NC
34
77
37047 Columbus, NC
325
306
227
208
94
95
3
0
37049 Craven, NC
415
408
287
279
127
128
0
0
37051 Cumberland, NC
976
921
588
564
365
334
252
11
10
12
12
0
7
4
0
10
7
Quality
.
Resource
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HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
FEMALE MORTALITY FROM ALL CAUSES
(Deaths for Females by Race/Ethnicity)
FIPS
Code County Name
37053 Currituck, NC
19982000
2000
Female Female
Deaths Deaths
2000
White
Female
Deaths
19982000
White
Female
Deaths
2000
Black
Female
Deaths
12
19982000
Black
Female
Deaths
2000
AmInd
Female
Deaths
19982000
AmInd
Female
Deaths
2000
API
Female
Deaths
19982000
API
Female
Deaths
92
82
80
70
37055 Dare, NC
122
112
119
108
37057 Davidson, NC
707
622
638
557
37059 Davie, NC
177
173
158
158
19
14
0
0
37061 Duplin, NC
273
265
190
173
82
92
0
0
66
2000
Hisp
Female
Deaths
19982000
Hisp
Female
Deaths
12
0
0
4
0
0
0
0
62
0
2
2
0
6
3
37063 Durham, NC
946
940
573
575
371
363
1
1
4
37065 Edgecombe, NC
322
314
157
153
165
162
0
0
1
37067 Forsyth, NC
1,476
1,459
1,118
1,095
354
361
1
3
37069 Franklin, NC
232
212
149
139
83
73
0
0
0
37071 Gaston, NC
5
6
1,041
986
939
862
102
122
1
1
0
37073 Gates, NC
64
58
37
32
27
26
0
0
0
37075 Graham, NC
56
50
56
48
0
2
0
0
37077 Granville, NC
200
201
123
125
75
0
0
1
77
37079 Greene, NC
87
89
58
56
28
33
37081 Guilford, NC
1,904
1,786
1,475
1,357
420
419
6
0
0
4
6
0
5
4
37083 Halifax, NC
319
329
163
170
152
152
7
0
0
37085 Harnett, NC
375
355
295
280
77
72
2
1
2
5
1
0
0
11
15
0
1
1
37087 Haywood, NC
322
326
318
320
37089 Henderson, NC
563
521
551
505
37091 Hertford, NC
136
132
63
65
69
65
37093 Hoke, NC
106
108
48
49
46
47
11
2
0
0
12
0
0
37095 Hyde, NC
40
34
32
25
8
9
0
0
0
37097 Iredell, NC
598
547
508
465
89
82
0
1
1
37099 Jackson, NC
154
147
146
139
7
0
0
37101 Johnston, NC
475
467
388
384
86
82
0
1
2
58
60
33
40
25
20
0
0
0
37105 Lee, NC
265
243
188
187
75
54
1
1
2
37107 Lenoir, NC
349
347
213
206
136
141
0
0
0
37109 Lincoln, NC
288
257
273
242
15
15
0
0
2
37111 McDowell, NC
200
177
191
170
9
7
0
0
1
37113 Macon, NC
173
172
172
170
1
0
0
0
37115 Madison, NC
108
106
107
106
0
0
0
0
37103 Jones, NC
37117 Martin, NC
37119 Mecklenburg, NC
2
5
221
197
141
122
79
74
1
2,326
2,254
1,651
1,626
654
612
3
0
18
14
1
13
11
37121 Mitchell, NC
106
99
106
98
0
0
0
37123 Montgomery, NC
138
124
99
91
38
32
0
0
0
1
37125 Moore, NC
441
435
380
366
60
69
1
0
1
37127 Nash, NC
459
434
321
305
137
128
0
1
1
37129 New Hanover, NC
692
673
551
529
141
144
0
0
1
37131 Northampton, NC
137
135
63
61
74
74
0
0
37133 Onslow, NC
353
360
284
290
68
68
0
1
37135 Orange, NC
364
362
291
290
71
71
0
1
1
37137 Pamlico, NC
57
69
43
52
14
17
0
0
0
194
190
128
118
66
72
0
0
0
37139 Pasquotank, NC
253
0
9
5
Quality
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Resource
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HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
FEMALE MORTALITY FROM ALL CAUSES
(Deaths for Females by Race/Ethnicity)
FIPS
Code County Name
37141 Pender, NC
19982000
2000
Female Female
Deaths Deaths
2000
White
Female
Deaths
19982000
White
Female
Deaths
2000
Black
Female
Deaths
19982000
Black
Female
Deaths
2000
AmInd
Female
Deaths
19982000
AmInd
Female
Deaths
2000
API
Female
Deaths
19982000
API
Female
Deaths
2000
Hisp
Female
Deaths
19982000
Hisp
Female
Deaths
173
169
112
115
60
53
0
0
0
74
68
44
42
30
27
0
0
0
37145 Person, NC
200
176
148
124
51
50
1
1
0
37147 Pitt, NC
574
528
352
311
222
216
0
1
1
37143 Perquimans, NC
37149 Polk, NC
149
142
140
132
8
9
0
0
0
37151 Randolph, NC
558
537
521
502
35
33
1
0
1
37153 Richmond, NC
291
262
191
176
100
86
37155 Robeson, NC
579
584
254
256
163
157
37157 Rockingham, NC
553
525
458
432
95
37159 Rowan, NC
672
679
565
570
37161 Rutherford, NC
389
362
350
322
0
0
0
171
0
3
92
0
0
1
107
108
1
1
1
37
38
1
0
0
162
37163 Sampson, NC
289
307
187
196
96
106
5
3
1
2
37165 Scotland, NC
202
176
122
106
66
59
14
11
0
0
37167 Stanly, NC
320
315
282
281
37
32
0
2
1
37169 Stokes, NC
210
193
202
182
8
11
0
0
0
37171 Surry, NC
378
386
365
368
13
18
0
0
2
8
7
37173 Swain, NC
37175 Transylvania, NC
96
75
81
62
163
169
155
161
0
15
13
0
0
0
1
0
37177 Tyrrell, NC
18
22
12
14
6
8
0
0
0
37179 Union, NC
399
396
343
334
55
62
0
0
2
37181 Vance, NC
224
235
123
132
101
102
0
37183 Wake, NC
1,691
1,680
1,277
1,262
404
406
1
99
111
40
45
58
63
3
49
42
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
37185 Warren, NC
0
10
10
0
9
0
9
0
37187 Washington, NC
116
91
67
49
37189 Watauga, NC
143
140
141
139
37191 Wayne, NC
596
557
369
345
225
210
0
1
37193 Wilkes, NC
355
331
336
314
19
17
0
0
1
37195 Wilson, NC
378
396
250
255
128
141
0
0
2
37197 Yadkin, NC
199
175
191
168
8
7
0
0
0
37199 Yancey, NC
111
89
109
87
2
0
0
18,237
17,774
12,906
12,631
45 SOUTH CAROLINA
45001 Abbeville, SC
5,278
5,093
17
14
36
36
1
34
38
98
117
68
83
30
34
0
0
0
638
624
480
473
154
149
0
2
1
45005 Allendale, SC
42
56
21
18
21
37
0
0
0
45007 Anderson, SC
828
808
695
682
132
124
0
1
1
45003 Aiken, SC
45009 Bamberg, SC
106
100
50
43
56
57
0
0
0
45011 Barnwell, SC
111
122
57
67
54
55
0
0
0
45013 Beaufort, SC
444
419
343
318
100
99
0
2
2
45015 Berkeley, SC
419
393
277
267
139
125
0
1
3
45017 Calhoun, SC
73
79
41
41
32
38
0
0
0
1,395
1,283
903
821
489
457
1
4
3
45021 Cherokee, SC
268
256
218
214
50
42
0
0
0
45023 Chester, SC
160
159
105
109
55
50
0
0
0
45025 Chesterfield, SC
198
219
133
148
65
71
0
0
0
45019 Charleston, SC
254
Quality
.
Resource
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HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
FEMALE MORTALITY FROM ALL CAUSES
(Deaths for Females by Race/Ethnicity)
FIPS
Code County Name
19982000
2000
Female Female
Deaths Deaths
2000
White
Female
Deaths
19982000
White
Female
Deaths
2000
Black
Female
Deaths
19982000
Black
Female
Deaths
2000
AmInd
Female
Deaths
19982000
AmInd
Female
Deaths
2000
API
Female
Deaths
19982000
API
Female
Deaths
2000
Hisp
Female
Deaths
19982000
Hisp
Female
Deaths
45027 Clarendon, SC
165
156
61
65
104
91
0
0
45029 Colleton, SC
185
183
101
99
84
84
0
0
0
0
45031 Darlington, SC
397
389
241
249
156
140
0
0
0
45033 Dillon, SC
158
158
84
93
71
62
3
0
0
45035 Dorchester, SC
368
358
247
251
119
106
0
1
1
0
45037 Edgefield, SC
98
95
65
58
33
38
0
0
45039 Fairfield, SC
169
147
86
81
83
66
0
0
0
45041 Florence, SC
655
647
392
412
262
234
1
1
1
45043 Georgetown, SC
45045 Greenville, SC
45047 Greenwood, SC
269
249
161
151
108
98
0
1,738
1,677
1,427
1,382
302
289
1
372
353
283
265
88
87
0
0
7
6
1
10
0
8
0
45049 Hampton, SC
111
100
52
51
59
49
0
0
0
45051 Horry, SC
825
817
717
700
106
116
0
2
2
45053 Jasper, SC
80
84
31
36
49
48
0
0
0
45055 Kershaw, SC
242
226
157
149
85
76
0
1
1
45057 Lancaster, SC
299
292
230
225
68
67
0
0
0
45059 Laurens, SC
379
371
281
285
98
86
0
0
0
45061 Lee, SC
45063 Lexington, SC
45065 McCormick, SC
45067 Marion, SC
79
99
37
39
42
60
0
0
0
836
809
745
721
89
84
0
3
1
44
55
25
30
19
25
0
0
0
195
201
88
91
106
110
0
0
0
45069 Marlboro, SC
168
173
88
94
78
76
3
0
0
45071 Newberry, SC
179
189
131
138
47
51
0
0
0
45073 Oconee, SC
323
307
299
281
24
26
0
0
0
45075 Orangeburg, SC
485
472
218
227
267
245
0
1
0
434
446
394
407
40
39
0
1,306
1,264
787
734
513
522
1
45077 Pickens, SC
45079 Richland, SC
45081 Saluda, SC
45083 Spartanburg, SC
0
5
6
0
5
5
98
97
77
72
21
25
0
0
0
1,335
1,264
1,065
1,012
266
248
0
4
2
45085 Sumter, SC
466
459
248
248
217
211
0
0
1
45087 Union, SC
182
177
137
130
45
47
0
0
0
45089 Williamsburg, SC
187
186
61
65
126
121
0
0
0
45091 York, SC
630
639
499
506
126
129
5
3
1
47 TENNESSEE
27,973
27,272
23,566
23,003
4,333
4,198
7
11
47001 Anderson, TN
408
402
398
390
7
10
0
2
0
47003 Bedford, TN
204
188
183
172
21
16
0
0
2
47005 Benton, TN
100
102
98
101
1
0
0
0
47007 Bledsoe, TN
51
49
48
48
1
0
0
0
47009 Blount, TN
509
521
495
503
14
18
0
0
0
47011 Bradley, TN
428
399
413
385
14
14
0
0
1
47013 Campbell, TN
213
218
212
216
2
0
0
1
67
59
1
61
61
47015 Cannon, TN
64
63
64
63
0
0
0
0
47017 Carroll, TN
252
224
231
206
21
18
0
0
0
47019 Carter, TN
306
307
301
303
5
3
0
0
0
255
Quality
.
Resource
.
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HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
FEMALE MORTALITY FROM ALL CAUSES
(Deaths for Females by Race/Ethnicity)
FIPS
Code County Name
47021 Cheatham, TN
47023 Chester, TN
47025 Claiborne, TN
47027 Clay, TN
2000
Female
Deaths
19982000
Female
Deaths
2000
White
Female
Deaths
19982000
White
Female
Deaths
2000
Black
Female
Deaths
19982000
Black
Female
Deaths
2000
AmInd
Female
Deaths
19982000
AmInd
Female
Deaths
2000
API
Female
Deaths
19982000
API
Female
Deaths
2000
Hisp
Female
Deaths
19982000
Hisp
Female
Deaths
124
121
119
117
5
3
0
0
76
75
63
65
13
10
0
0
1
0
179
160
178
160
1
0
0
0
37
40
35
39
1
0
0
0
47029 Cocke, TN
193
180
186
173
7
7
0
0
1
47031 Coffee, TN
251
242
238
231
12
10
0
1
1
88
97
70
83
18
14
0
0
0
265
237
263
237
0
0
0
2,650
2,573
1,998
1,951
608
1
47033 Crockett, TN
47035 Cumberland, TN
47037 Davidson, TN
634
18
13
0
8
8
47039 Decatur, TN
66
82
65
78
3
0
0
47041 DeKalb, TN
93
100
91
97
3
0
0
0
1
47043 Dickson, TN
174
187
165
177
9
10
0
0
1
47045 Dyer, TN
243
224
207
196
36
27
0
1
0
47047 Fayette, TN
132
132
80
81
52
51
0
0
0
47049 Fentress, TN
91
100
91
100
0
0
0
0
47051 Franklin, TN
218
209
206
197
12
11
0
1
0
47053 Gibson, TN
359
360
308
299
50
60
0
1
0
47055 Giles, TN
17
0
165
163
148
144
19
0
0
47057 Grainger, TN
89
93
89
92
0
0
0
0
47059 Greene, TN
328
323
325
315
7
0
0
0
47061 Grundy, TN
90
80
90
80
0
0
0
0
47063 Hamblen, TN
327
295
305
277
21
18
0
0
1
47065 Hamilton, TN
1,674
1,669
1,314
1,332
359
335
1
2
47067 Hancock, TN
42
41
42
41
0
0
0
0
0
6
5
47069 Hardeman, TN
147
143
103
100
44
43
0
0
47071 Hardin, TN
153
145
144
137
9
8
0
0
0
47073 Hawkins, TN
255
242
252
237
4
0
0
0
47075 Haywood, TN
103
116
61
65
42
51
0
0
0
47077 Henderson, TN
144
143
136
132
7
11
0
0
0
47079 Henry, TN
231
229
208
206
23
22
0
0
0
47081 Hickman, TN
118
103
117
100
2
0
0
0
47083 Houston, TN
44
46
44
45
1
0
0
0
47085 Humphreys, TN
101
104
101
101
3
0
0
1
47087 Jackson, TN
79
72
79
72
0
0
0
0
47089 Jefferson, TN
210
206
203
199
7
0
0
1
47091 Johnson, TN
90
90
89
88
2
0
0
0
1,890
1,877
1,682
1,690
182
1
4
2
47093 Knox, TN
47095 Lake, TN
7
205
51
57
39
46
12
11
0
0
0
47097 Lauderdale, TN
157
141
111
97
45
43
1
0
0
47099 Lawrence, TN
193
202
191
197
5
0
0
1
61
56
60
55
1
0
0
0
47103 Lincoln, TN
195
179
175
162
20
17
0
0
0
47105 Loudon, TN
219
220
214
217
3
0
0
0
47107 McMinn, TN
247
256
236
244
9
10
0
1
1
47101 Lewis, TN
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FEMALE MORTALITY FROM ALL CAUSES
(Deaths for Females by Race/Ethnicity)
FIPS
Code County Name
47109 McNairy, TN
47111 Macon, TN
47113 Madison, TN
2000
Female
Deaths
19982000
Female
Deaths
2000
White
Female
Deaths
19982000
White
Female
Deaths
19982000
AmInd
Female
Deaths
19982000
API
Female
Deaths
19982000
Hisp
Female
Deaths
2000
Black
Female
Deaths
19982000
Black
Female
Deaths
8
6
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
181
151
173
145
97
96
97
95
492
480
332
335
159
144
2000
AmInd
Female
Deaths
2000
API
Female
Deaths
2000
Hisp
Female
Deaths
0
47115 Marion, TN
162
143
147
132
15
10
0
0
0
47117 Marshall, TN
128
129
123
120
5
9
0
0
0
47119 Maury, TN
322
348
272
299
50
49
0
0
1
47121 Meigs, TN
42
42
42
42
0
0
0
0
47123 Monroe, TN
179
187
176
181
47125 Montgomery, TN
415
402
354
327
47127 Moore, TN
29
25
28
47129 Morgan, TN
86
86
47131 Obion, TN
198
47133 Overton, TN
120
47135 Perry, TN
6
0
69
0
24
1
0
0
0
86
86
0
0
0
0
203
169
180
23
0
0
0
109
120
109
0
0
0
0
44
44
43
43
1
0
0
0
47137 Pickett, TN
32
33
32
33
0
0
0
0
47139 Polk, TN
95
102
95
102
0
0
0
0
54
29
0
7
6
0
5
3
47141 Putnam, TN
325
293
322
292
1
0
0
0
47143 Rhea, TN
152
139
151
137
2
0
0
1
47145 Roane, TN
285
288
274
275
9
12
0
1
0
47147 Robertson, TN
257
244
220
213
37
31
0
0
1
47149 Rutherford, TN
59
1
567
517
504
466
47
0
3
47151 Scott, TN
97
101
97
101
0
0
0
1
47153 Sequatchie, TN
59
58
59
57
0
0
0
0
47155 Sevier, TN
348
308
347
307
47157 Shelby, TN
4,181
4,078
2,273
2,193
1,895
7
47159 Smith, TN
97
95
90
89
47161 Stewart, TN
68
66
66
65
0
0
1,869
1
1
12
14
0
11
11
6
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
47163 Sullivan, TN
889
832
870
815
17
16
0
1
1
47165 Sumner, TN
536
518
507
491
29
27
0
0
1
47167 Tipton, TN
249
212
190
161
58
50
0
0
0
58
47
46
38
12
9
0
0
0
47171 Unicoi, TN
114
115
114
115
0
0
0
0
47173 Union, TN
61
70
61
70
0
0
0
0
47175 Van Buren, TN
23
30
23
30
0
0
0
0
47177 Warren, TN
199
199
192
189
6
10
0
0
0
47179 Washington, TN
583
546
562
530
20
15
0
1
1
1
0
0
0
8
12
1
0
1
2
0
0
0
47169 Trousdale, TN
47181 Wayne, TN
67
78
66
77
47183 Weakley, TN
183
197
174
184
47185 White, TN
155
130
152
128
47187 Williamson, TN
321
329
292
300
28
29
0
1
2
47189 Wilson, TN
300
320
261
287
37
31
0
1
2
252,752
246,925
205,990
84 REGION IV
91 UNITED STATES
201,098 45,661 44,757
462
1,225,773 1,207,236 1,064,096 1,048,634 140,642 138,342
5,178
455
639
615
6,920
6,728
5,083 15,857 15,177 47,082 45,139
Note: Fewer than 5 occurrences are suppressed for year 2000 county-level data. 3-yr averages are not suppressed. Hispanics can be of any race.
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HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
FEMALE MORTALITY FROM ALL CAUSES
(Crude Death Rates per 100,000 Females by Race/Ethnicity)
19982000
2000
Female Female
FIPS
Death Death
Code County Name Rate
Rate
01 ALABAMA
2000
White
Female
Death
Rate
19982000
White
Female
Death
Rate
2000
Black
Female
Death
Rate
19982000
Black
Female
Death
Rate
2000
AmInd
Female
Death
Rate
866.2
883.1
795.4
823.6
639.9
732.9
0.0
0.0
901.3
920.4
931.9
968.4
744.8
674.3
0.0
0.0
1,087.6 1,053.2 1,375.5 1,298.7
790.9
795.1
0.0
0.0
0.0
829.7
817.4
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
01011 Bullock, AL
1,381.4 1,227.3 2,106.1 1,594.5 1,171.2 1,094.8
0.0
0.0
0.0
01013 Butler, AL
1,151.1 1,134.8 1,252.5 1,388.7 1,023.2
799.8
0.0
0.0
0.0
01015 Calhoun, AL
1,151.2 1,085.0 1,228.3 1,146.6
883.8
895.0
0.0
01017 Chambers, AL
1,450.9 1,260.3 1,832.7 1,499.3
880.4
893.3
0.0
0.0
0.0
01019 Cherokee, AL
1,074.3 1,132.4 1,076.6 1,155.0 1,128.3
898.6
0.0
0.0
0.0
944.6
0.0
0.0
0.0
01009 Blount, AL
962.2
999.5 1,000.8 1,055.0
865.0
912.6
859.8
914.9 1,769.9
978.1 1,017.6 1,083.5
94.8
19982000
Hisp
Female
Death
Rate
983.1 1,048.8 1,033.0
01007 Bibb, AL
159.3
2000
Hisp
Female
Death
Rate
801.3
01005 Barbour, AL
165.0
19982000
API
Female
Death
Rate
987.1
01003 Baldwin, AL
259.6
2000
API
Female
Death
Rate
757.2
01001 Autauga, AL
174.0
19982000
AmInd
Female
Death
Rate
136.5
01021 Chilton, AL
984.4 1,004.3
01023 Choctaw, AL
936.8
950.3 1,029.1 1,062.9
831.0
825.4
0.0
0.0
0.0
01025 Clarke, AL
953.2
935.8 1,072.6 1,043.8
812.8
795.6
0.0
0.0
0.0
01027 Clay, AL
1,232.5 1,250.0 1,330.9 1,367.1
761.4
717.1
0.0
0.0
0.0
01029 Cleburne, AL
1,044.3 1,010.5 1,063.4 1,009.4
0.0
0.0
0.0
01031 Coffee, AL
1,071.2 1,020.3 1,086.8 1,041.4 1,101.0
986.8
0.0
01033 Colbert, AL
1,035.8 1,080.3 1,063.7 1,102.6
946.7 1,010.9
0.0
01035 Conecuh, AL
1,253.0 1,336.4 1,396.2 1,462.4 1,095.6 1,198.0
0.0
0.0
949.2
0.0
0.0
0.0
01039 Covington, AL
1,247.5 1,252.4 1,293.0 1,278.2 1,015.2 1,137.2
0.0
0.0
0.0
01041 Crenshaw, AL
1,166.5 1,309.0 1,212.4 1,378.6 1,061.0 1,146.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
01043 Cullman, AL
1,115.4 1,037.1 1,108.8 1,039.2 2,197.8 1,432.7
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
01037 Coosa, AL
01045 Dale, AL
921.3 1,001.5
806.2
730.1
0.0
01047 Dallas, AL
1,123.7 1,144.0 1,343.1 1,433.5 1,009.7
970.4
0.0
0.0
01049 DeKalb, AL
1,035.1 1,068.4 1,047.1 1,079.3 1,129.0 1,098.9
0.0
0.0
01051 Elmore, AL
920.4
820.7
886.3
852.5 1,035.9 1,062.8
914.0
974.2
877.9
954.6
0.0
977.5
599.0
707.5
0.0
0.0
01053 Escambia, AL
1,107.3 1,209.9 1,232.4 1,266.0
926.6 1,150.3
0.0
01055 Etowah, AL
1,221.4 1,214.3 1,293.2 1,281.2
890.4
0.0
0.0
01057 Fayette, AL
1,401.7 1,309.8 1,444.2 1,357.1 1,159.9 1,029.3
0.0
0.0
01059 Franklin, AL
1,164.0 1,203.4 1,174.4 1,222.8 1,106.5
01061 Geneva, AL
1,118.2 1,175.3 1,153.2 1,188.0
894.3
0.0
0.0
925.9
0.0
0.0
939.6 1,151.5
0.0
0.0
0.0
963.6
993.8 1,051.4
0.0
0.0
0.0
01065 Hale, AL
1,090.9 1,179.0 1,280.2 1,380.7
977.7 1,060.8
0.0
0.0
0.0
01067 Henry, AL
1,215.5 1,116.5 1,246.2 1,148.8 1,167.2 1,069.7
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
01063 Greene, AL
925.8 1,034.8
628.9
01069 Houston, AL
984.6
970.3 1,010.8 1,009.8
943.2
889.5
0.0
0.0
01071 Jackson, AL
918.8
931.3
949.4
742.8
909.8
0.0
0.0
0.0
01073 Jefferson, AL
1,080.7 1,092.8 1,204.1 1,177.3
932.1
980.7
208.2
173.5
01075 Lamar, AL
1,264.6 1,076.4 1,258.0 1,114.8 1,239.3
0.0
01077 Lauderdale, AL
01079 Lawrence, AL
01081 Lee, AL
958.9
1,054.3
629.5
949.5
149.3
840.3
0.0
0.0
977.4
854.3
869.7
0.0
0.0
947.8 1,161.5 1,064.7
913.8
704.7
0.0
0.0
0.0
657.0
726.7
780.7
0.0
0.0
960.2
978.8
610.0
624.7
01083 Limestone, AL
853.4
869.2
848.0
890.3
908.2
727.4
0.0
01085 Lowndes, AL
767.0
908.4
797.3 1,022.9
761.2
856.9
0.0
258
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FEMALE MORTALITY FROM ALL CAUSES
(Crude Death Rates per 100,000 Females by Race/Ethnicity)
19982000
2000
Female Female
FIPS
Death Death
Code County Name Rate
Rate
01087 Macon, AL
01089 Madison, AL
2000
White
Female
Death
Rate
19982000
White
Female
Death
Rate
2000
Black
Female
Death
Rate
1,105.1 1,044.9 1,154.3 1,482.0 1,104.4
742.5
728.7
845.8
803.8
518.9
19982000
Black
Female
Death
Rate
2000
AmInd
Female
Death
Rate
989.5
19982000
AmInd
Female
Death
Rate
2000
API
Female
Death
Rate
19982000
API
Female
Death
Rate
2000
Hisp
Female
Death
Rate
19982000
Hisp
Female
Death
Rate
0.0
0.0
0.0
564.4
01091 Marengo, AL
1,102.8 1,093.7 1,024.0 1,058.5 1,175.9 1,127.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
01093 Marion, AL
1,148.3 1,104.5 1,169.5 1,105.2
0.0
0.0
0.0
01095 Marshall, AL
1,073.0 1,049.4 1,066.9 1,054.9 1,529.1
01097 Mobile, AL
01099 Monroe, AL
01101 Montgomery, AL
984.7
867.1
0.0
989.4
919.5
886.2
457.0
1,121.7 1,078.7 1,274.5 1,171.1
929.1
961.4
0.0
921.0 1,139.7 1,079.8
650.7
762.9
0.0
939.5 1,055.3
853.7
880.1
941.1 1,049.6
1,010.1
958.5
0.0
0.0
01103 Morgan, AL
1,017.4
869.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
01105 Perry, AL
1,302.1 1,128.0 1,552.8 1,382.9 1,197.3 1,013.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
01107 Pickens, AL
1,158.0 1,061.8 1,314.1 1,217.1
977.7
884.3
0.0
0.0
0.0
01109 Pike, AL
1,017.9
993.5 1,133.5 1,071.2
848.2
878.1
01111 Randolph, AL
1,201.4 1,195.4 1,337.2 1,274.0
763.1
975.2
0.0
0.0
0.0
01113 Russell, AL
1,186.1 1,091.6 1,416.1 1,227.3
0.0
910.3
915.6
0.0
0.0
01115 St. Clair, AL
857.0
887.9
877.9
904.1
676.2
735.3
0.0
0.0
01117 Shelby, AL
581.9
565.6
592.0
559.7
526.1
639.3
0.0
0.0
01119 Sumter, AL
874.7 1,048.6 1,203.0 1,206.5
768.6
996.6
0.0
0.0
0.0
01121 Talladega, AL
962.6 1,000.0 1,092.4 1,131.8
702.5
741.1
0.0
0.0
0.0
997.4
952.2
0.0
0.0
0.0
836.5
792.7
01123 Tallapoosa, AL
01125 Tuscaloosa, AL
01127 Walker, AL
1,208.0 1,186.3 1,294.8 1,285.6
838.6
845.7
849.2
878.9
1,218.7 1,225.3 1,235.6 1,228.1 1,027.0 1,264.9
01129 Washington, AL
910.3
909.2
855.0
920.1 1,215.7
01131 Wilcox, AL
937.4
996.2
850.2
947.2
01133 Winston, AL
12 FLORIDA
0.0
0.0
925.2
973.0 1,017.8
1,080.7 1,047.7 1,060.9 1,040.3
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
981.2 1,004.3 1,069.9 1,093.2
646.8
662.1
12001 Alachua, FL
664.3
719.8
682.5
754.8
705.4
715.7
0.0
12003 Baker, FL
832.5
832.8
826.7
873.2
936.8
638.3
0.0
12005 Bay, FL
953.1
897.1
988.2
958.7
895.2
729.3
12007 Bradford, FL
1,087.7 1,125.0 1,193.5 1,206.3
556.2
777.6
12009 Brevard, FL
1,060.3 1,000.6 1,116.8 1,062.8
750.5
662.9
182.2
146.7
278.3
282.2
12011 Broward, FL
966.6 1,007.6 1,165.7 1,170.5
426.0
492.6
97.6
134.2
252.1
294.0
12013 Calhoun, FL
1,034.5 1,140.0 1,084.9 1,187.6
859.6
878.3
12015 Charlotte, FL
1,420.7 1,426.4 1,479.6 1,467.3
619.1
895.4
722.8
475.4
12017 Citrus, FL
1,448.0 1,484.4 1,474.9 1,520.0 1,190.5
12019 Clay, FL
12021 Collier, FL
709.3
712.0
741.9
746.5
858.0
945.8
894.3
461.4
392.2
411.5
974.4
766.4
12027 DeSoto, FL
1,035.0 1,060.9 1,093.0 1,139.3
698.5
685.3
12029 Dixie, FL
1,160.5 1,069.0 1,156.2 1,103.3 1,376.1
12033 Escambia, FL
918.9
835.5
860.2
948.9
729.8
744.8
966.1
971.4 1,015.8 1,049.2
927.7
870.9
1,090.8 1,114.4 1,100.0 1,146.8 1,151.7 1,001.5
12037 Franklin, FL
1,329.2 1,308.6 1,317.0 1,327.6 1,529.6 1,300.6
977.2
889.0
880.4 1,082.0 1,052.9
259
784.3
153.9
474.7
507.0
79.2
107.4
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
372.1
0.0
487.8
526.9
195.3
166.6
214.9
207.2
221.3
194.6
0.0
0.0
0.0
12035 Flagler, FL
12039 Gadsden, FL
140.8
271.4
828.4
987.8
12031 Duval, FL
179.0
532.6
1,087.7 1,043.9 1,125.4 1,124.1
12023 Columbia, FL
172.9
0.0
403.2
294.3
0.0
0.0
125.9
136.9
189.3
195.4
316.4
177.9
0.0
590.4
570.3
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
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FEMALE MORTALITY FROM ALL CAUSES
(Crude Death Rates per 100,000 Females by Race/Ethnicity)
FIPS
Code County Name
12041 Gilchrist, FL
12043 Glades, FL
12045 Gulf, FL
19982000
2000
Female Female
Death Death
Rate
Rate
2000
White
Female
Death
Rate
19982000
White
Female
Death
Rate
2000
Black
Female
Death
Rate
19982000
Black
Female
Death
Rate
2000
AmInd
Female
Death
Rate
1,206.9 1,147.2 1,247.5 1,163.2
774.9
833.7
832.9
19982000
AmInd
Female
Death
Rate
2000
API
Female
Death
Rate
0.0
2000
Hisp
Female
Death
Rate
0.0
912.6
19982000
Hisp
Female
Death
Rate
0.0
0.0
905.0 1,121.7
0.0
12047 Hamilton, FL
987.7
848.8 1,165.4
923.4
709.6
758.9
0.0
12049 Hardee, FL
772.8
913.9
762.7
929.3
945.6
869.6
0.0
123.4
284.8
826.6
791.8
811.7
0.0
180.4
252.6
563.8
491.0
320.2
432.6
479.0
462.8
250.7
252.8
12051 Hendry, FL
1,078.4 1,256.2 1,103.5 1,283.9
19982000
API
Female
Death
Rate
828.1
993.2
712.4
12053 Hernando, FL
1,272.7 1,346.8 1,316.5 1,390.7
675.0
727.8
12055 Highlands, FL
1,226.4 1,399.4 1,313.7 1,515.0
657.3
630.9
650.6
680.4
12057 Hillsborough, FL
834.8
842.3
899.3
897.7
12059 Holmes, FL
1,215.9 1,169.6 1,257.2 1,196.1
12061 Indian River, FL
1,190.1 1,284.0 1,245.7 1,356.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
153.4
162.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
768.0
762.8
12063 Jackson, FL
1,179.0 1,219.5 1,223.1 1,325.4 1,108.2
999.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
12065 Jefferson, FL
1,202.3 1,153.9 1,050.1 1,231.7 1,462.8 1,082.9
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
12067 Lafayette, FL
992.2 1,015.0
992.7 1,077.1
12069 Lake, FL
1,309.6 1,229.3 1,380.8 1,306.2
12071 Lee, FL
1,049.3 1,088.0 1,098.1 1,143.5
764.1
687.1
0.0
285.9
231.6
609.4
597.5
739.2
560.0
569.9
0.0
12075 Levy, FL
1,086.7 1,096.7 1,179.6 1,182.4
514.3
701.9
0.0
12077 Liberty, FL
1,255.7 1,043.2 1,210.2 1,092.0 1,823.7
0.0
0.0
0.0
12079 Madison, FL
1,163.7 1,207.2 1,134.0 1,319.6 1,223.5 1,081.1
0.0
0.0
0.0
12081 Manatee, FL
1,221.7 1,252.3 1,288.5 1,328.4
704.4
681.0
0.0
12083 Marion, FL
1,145.0 1,125.9 1,188.2 1,200.6
941.0
748.7
512.5
464.8
12085 Martin, FL
1,191.5 1,238.2 1,227.1 1,287.2
777.1
678.9
170.9
190.0
12073 Leon, FL
678.3
672.6
752.7
12086 Miami-Dade, FL
792.0
820.0
860.7
883.4
612.8
650.4
12087 Monroe, FL
717.5
750.2
720.5
769.6
840.8
684.3
0.0
12089 Nassau, FL
859.0
813.8
836.7
808.8 1,220.5
924.8
0.0
12091 Okaloosa, FL
774.3
747.7
850.1
822.7
447.8
373.9
226.8
688.4
694.0
772.2
754.4
498.7
559.3
703.1
782.1
753.9
825.9
428.7
543.7
0.0
1,086.5 1,152.4 1,203.7 1,269.0
561.3
623.4
0.0
127.7
12101 Pasco, FL
1,399.5 1,417.9 1,435.4 1,454.3
772.2
739.5
12103 Pinellas, FL
1,347.1 1,391.1 1,451.3 1,493.4
715.2
750.6
12105 Polk, FL
1,002.2 1,035.5 1,059.1 1,106.8
753.1
730.3
12107 Putnam, FL
1,215.2 1,150.5 1,236.5 1,221.2 1,178.7
943.7
0.0
0.0
12109 St. Johns, FL
12111 St. Lucie, FL
12113 Santa Rosa, FL
12115 Sarasota, FL
12117 Seminole, FL
893.9
888.3
776.1
1,086.5 1,082.4 1,143.6 1,176.8
881.2
888.2
744.1
730.6 1,200.0
628.9
760.0
871.9
707.7
892.9
755.2
1,441.7 1,468.8 1,473.3 1,516.1 1,066.1
688.2
679.6
711.7
706.5
661.8
299.8
166.0
174.0
661.0
675.6
207.6
272.5
139.5
203.8
164.4
0.0
200.4
165.8
284.1
0.0
0.0
12097 Osceola, FL
12099 Palm Beach, FL
119.4
137.6
12095 Orange, FL
270.7
160.9
0.0
169.9
12093 Okeechobee, FL 1,050.1 1,133.3 1,045.9 1,153.9 1,405.6 1,028.0
211.5
163.9
300.3
249.6
370.8
273.5
152.0
129.4
243.5
378.4
358.7
124.6
156.4
319.5
346.9
145.0
219.8
307.4
355.7
243.8
0.0
761.0
860.8
365.2
323.0
327.5
309.8
612.6
163.1
173.3
326.5
351.0
12119 Sumter, FL
1,162.5 1,206.0 1,186.7 1,312.2 1,018.6
650.0
0.0
12121 Suwannee, FL
1,149.6 1,247.2 1,202.1 1,352.6
897.1
753.5
0.0
0.0
12123 Taylor, FL
1,124.9 1,085.3 1,202.9 1,162.1
881.8
878.6
0.0
0.0
0.0
685.9
617.3
0.0
0.0
0.0
12125 Union, FL
905.5
970.9
955.3 1,086.7
260
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.
Resource
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HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
FEMALE MORTALITY FROM ALL CAUSES
(Crude Death Rates per 100,000 Females by Race/Ethnicity)
FIPS
Code County Name
12127 Volusia, FL
19982000
2000
Female Female
Death Death
Rate
Rate
0.0
996.9 1,094.7 1,022.1
988.1
0.0
1,226.7 1,004.0 1,289.4 1,081.7 1,030.1
766.8
778.7
776.9
840.2
848.5
836.9
1,131.5 1,006.1 1,226.2 1,104.1
2000
Hisp
Female
Death
Rate
361.9
0.0
0.0
370.0
365.3
151.3
345.5
0.0
0.0
150.9
19982000
Hisp
Female
Death
Rate
0.0
103.4
128.3
721.5
0.0
0.0
0.0
841.9
0.0
0.0
0.0
608.5
0.0
0.0
0.0
484.0 1,010.1
783.3
523.1
0.0
0.0
0.0
853.3
927.3 1,099.3
680.3
591.0
0.0
0.0
675.1
615.8
696.0
853.3
757.5
853.0
805.7 1,036.5
837.3
789.5
836.4
794.8
854.2 1,048.1
915.9 1,155.3
13007 Baker, GA
639.9
734.2
13009 Baldwin, GA
807.1
13011 Banks, GA
602.3
13013 Barrow, GA
724.8
605.2
682.1
0.0
0.0
0.0
563.2
0.0
0.0
0.0
935.6
805.7
0.0
0.0
0.0
1,184.9 1,273.8 1,271.8 1,470.1 1,040.4
957.6
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
883.8
944.6
876.5
954.7
986.2
940.2
1,025.4 1,042.5 1,225.8 1,215.8
839.0
880.8
911.5
818.1
13023 Bleckley, GA
959.3 1,082.7
989.4 1,200.3
13025 Brantley, GA
700.0
719.5
13027 Brooks, GA
689.3
19982000
API
Female
Death
Rate
810.4
13005 Bacon, GA
13021 Bibb, GA
677.5
2000
API
Female
Death
Rate
960.4
676.7
13019 Berrien, GA
19982000
AmInd
Female
Death
Rate
683.5
893.0
13003 Atkinson, GA
13017 Ben Hill, GA
2000
AmInd
Female
Death
Rate
764.7
985.4 1,062.1
13015 Bartow, GA
19982000
Black
Female
Death
Rate
821.2
12131 Walton, FL
13001 Appling, GA
2000
Black
Female
Death
Rate
940.6 1,116.8
861.5
13 GEORGIA
19982000
White
Female
Death
Rate
1,211.9 1,240.6 1,274.9 1,317.6
12129 Wakulla, FL
12133 Washington, FL
2000
White
Female
Death
Rate
712.6
701.8
1,343.8 1,187.3 1,656.4 1,508.9
916.1
822.4
13029 Bryan, GA
524.8
524.1
517.6
523.0
621.1
572.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
13031 Bulloch, GA
689.2
728.4
764.1
832.6
534.1
528.2
0.0
0.0
0.0
13033 Burke, GA
847.1
900.8 1,042.1 1,110.7
688.8
739.7
0.0
0.0
0.0
13035 Butts, GA
976.0
907.0 1,085.8 1,106.4
728.5
571.2
0.0
0.0
0.0
13037 Calhoun, GA
873.7 1,359.3 1,200.4 1,614.5
666.3 1,220.9
0.0
0.0
0.0
450.3
540.1
414.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
1,445.6 1,288.8 1,566.7 1,476.3 1,176.5
942.8
0.0
0.0
628.4
0.0
0.0
13039 Camden, GA
13043 Candler, GA
400.7
436.9
412.3
13045 Carroll, GA
885.2
865.4
941.3
928.3
13047 Catoosa, GA
810.9
769.3
828.1
775.5
13049 Charlton, GA
743.5
803.6
923.0
939.7
13051 Chatham, GA
988.7
958.0 1,086.2 1,072.2
13053 Chattahoochee, GA
219.1
264.0
13055 Chattooga, GA
13057 Cherokee, GA
13059 Clarke, GA
13061 Clay, GA
13063 Clayton, GA
249.3
672.6
528.1
899.5
272.5
1,273.2 1,190.1 1,288.2 1,239.6 1,162.8
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
854.2
294.2
292.3
0.0
0.0
0.0
808.4
0.0
0.0
0.0
581.4
555.9
591.9
560.9
531.9
563.1
664.0
688.6
644.6
716.8
777.8
701.9
0.0
877.2 1,137.3
0.0
1,256.1 1,433.1 1,903.4 2,012.4
575.5
560.9
945.4
704.8
346.1
393.6
13065 Clinch, GA
954.3
899.1
904.6
975.0
994.0
744.2
13067 Cobb, GA
530.3
532.5
611.6
578.0
304.7
379.1
886.5
856.3
898.2
906.6
884.8
742.5
0.0
1,031.8 1,069.3 1,134.6 1,174.0
764.6
828.1
0.0
642.6
651.3
13069 Coffee, GA
13071 Colquitt, GA
13073 Columbia, GA
13075 Cook, GA
562.9
545.7
552.3
547.8
789.6
804.4
13077 Coweta, GA
1,157.4 1,154.8 1,318.1 1,332.8
732.5
695.9
751.7
765.3
672.9
509.5
13079 Crawford, GA
593.6
621.3
629.2
643.9
504.1
534.8
261
0.0
86.9
148.8
95.9
95.0
0.0
0.0
111.8
138.1
148.8
150.5
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
430.1
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
Quality
.
Resource
.
Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
FEMALE MORTALITY FROM ALL CAUSES
(Crude Death Rates per 100,000 Females by Race/Ethnicity)
19982000
2000
Female Female
FIPS
Death Death
Code County Name Rate
Rate
13081 Crisp, GA
2000
White
Female
Death
Rate
19982000
White
Female
Death
Rate
19982000
Black
Female
Death
Rate
2000
API
Female
Death
Rate
19982000
API
Female
Death
Rate
0.0
0.0
800.2
855.3
802.3
0.0
0.0
13085 Dawson, GA
690.5
597.1
686.6
605.5
0.0
0.0
13089 DeKalb, GA
0.0
0.0
0.0
639.0
0.0
841.4
398.6
467.9
456.3
854.4
0.0
0.0
13093 Dooly, GA
1,163.6 1,016.0 1,151.6 1,225.8 1,190.0
888.7
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
13099 Early, GA
918.0
19982000
Hisp
Female
Death
Rate
1,016.2 1,219.8 1,243.3 1,388.5
13097 Douglas, GA
620.8
846.0
2000
Hisp
Female
Death
Rate
13091 Dodge, GA
13095 Dougherty, GA
585.6
928.2
894.7
19982000
AmInd
Female
Death
Rate
853.5
1,203.8 1,105.9 1,404.0 1,316.0
795.9
2000
AmInd
Female
Death
Rate
13083 Dade, GA
13087 Decatur, GA
1,081.1 1,156.1 1,339.3 1,396.5
2000
Black
Female
Death
Rate
112.0
142.2
136.0
153.7
0.0
815.4
838.7 1,040.5 1,036.7
690.4
713.9
0.0
609.7
598.1
627.9
340.4
459.5
0.0
1,060.3 1,169.9 1,304.6 1,447.5
794.6
908.5
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
684.8
13101 Echols, GA
633.3
580.6
635.3
675.7
13103 Effingham, GA
704.1
599.2
721.3
616.0
610.2
545.6
0.0
0.0
0.0
1,124.4 1,201.1 1,303.8 1,377.0
775.6
891.6
0.0
0.0
0.0
13107 Emanuel, GA
1,085.8 1,060.8 1,231.2 1,220.2
830.4
812.6
0.0
0.0
0.0
13109 Evans, GA
1,001.3 1,050.4 1,123.6 1,089.3
795.3 1,000.5
0.0
0.0
0.0
13111 Fannin, GA
1,114.2 1,123.8 1,112.3 1,120.7
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
13105 Elbert, GA
13113 Fayette, GA
13115 Floyd, GA
13117 Forsyth, GA
13119 Franklin, GA
13121 Fulton, GA
563.4
340.7
569.1
1,204.5 1,163.9 1,274.6 1,244.3
517.1
855.2
789.7
0.0
0.0
0.0
1,186.5 1,065.1 1,191.0 1,112.4 1,206.0
759.5
0.0
576.6
786.4
553.1
514.5
806.3
547.6
588.0
770.3
518.0
886.3
13123 Gilmer, GA
1,004.0 1,002.9 1,018.3 1,012.0
13125 Glascock, GA
1,280.1 1,272.5 1,324.5 1,379.3
13127 Glynn, GA
1,061.1 1,008.2 1,118.0 1,094.4
13129 Gordon, GA
0.0
163.3
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
934.2
844.0
0.0
0.0
823.9
698.4
717.7
0.0
0.0
13133 Greene, GA
1,132.4 1,076.0 1,413.1 1,445.1
828.6
758.5
0.0
0.0
238.9
316.6
426.1
606.1
180.8
0.0
694.4
467.7
0.0
120.5
0.0
889.1
400.4
934.8
0.0
107.7
1,031.1 1,114.3 1,202.9 1,340.6
408.6
877.4
770.1
13131 Grady, GA
13135 Gwinnett, GA
920.5
849.7
387.6
805.4
123.7
0.0
74.9
110.2
54.1
76.2
13137 Habersham, GA
881.5
937.7
915.1
976.1
13139 Hall, GA
782.2
762.7
804.0
795.2
641.6
546.5
0.0
13141 Hancock, GA
1,000.9 1,067.1 2,076.5 2,389.1
742.7
777.3
0.0
0.0
0.0
13143 Haralson, GA
1,018.3 1,048.3
980.2 1,057.3 1,745.0 1,026.7
0.0
0.0
0.0
699.5
0.0
13145 Harris, GA
13147 Hart, GA
13149 Heard, GA
775.4
699.3 1,070.4
894.6
0.0
0.0
799.7
0.0
0.0
0.0
853.7
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
950.1
812.0
975.4
770.4
13151 Henry, GA
621.8
608.0
649.4
626.2
517.6
548.9
13153 Houston, GA
687.9
666.1
741.3
747.5
585.7
496.8
13155 Irwin, GA
1,187.9 1,170.2 1,031.5 1,203.0 1,639.3 1,122.2
13157 Jackson, GA
982.8
925.2
963.1
13159 Jasper, GA
858.5
980.4
874.4 1,157.7
1,161.7 1,022.3 1,223.1 1,066.1
13161 Jeff Davis, GA
0.0
457.0
1,208.1 1,167.3 1,216.5 1,286.4 1,224.8
803.0
754.3
0.0
139.4
386.7
0.0
0.0
0.0
753.7
0.0
0.0
0.0
772.4
689.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
876.3
943.4
0.0
0.0
0.0
954.2 1,362.2
13163 Jefferson, GA
1,302.1 1,133.5 1,290.2 1,367.2 1,318.3
989.9
0.0
0.0
0.0
13165 Jenkins, GA
1,030.0
986.1 1,078.7 1,143.1
980.9
816.5
0.0
0.0
0.0
13167 Johnson, GA
1,266.7 1,202.1 1,453.5 1,422.7
948.8
867.6
0.0
0.0
0.0
262
Quality
.
Resource
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HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
FEMALE MORTALITY FROM ALL CAUSES
(Crude Death Rates per 100,000 Females by Race/Ethnicity)
FIPS
Code County Name
19982000
2000
Female Female
Death Death
Rate
Rate
710.9
2000
White
Female
Death
Rate
632.1
19982000
White
Female
Death
Rate
2000
Black
Female
Death
Rate
19982000
Black
Female
Death
Rate
2000
AmInd
Female
Death
Rate
19982000
AmInd
Female
Death
Rate
2000
API
Female
Death
Rate
19982000
API
Female
Death
Rate
2000
Hisp
Female
Death
Rate
19982000
Hisp
Female
Death
Rate
13169 Jones, GA
644.7
781.2
703.5
563.4
0.0
0.0
13171 Lamar, GA
1,061.1
989.4 1,186.6 1,204.3
822.4
640.6
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
13173 Lanier, GA
1,315.8 1,012.7 1,447.1 1,108.8
996.7
743.5
0.0
0.0
0.0
13175 Laurens, GA
965.6
993.3 1,005.3 1,105.3
925.8
841.2
0.0
0.0
0.0
13177 Lee, GA
587.7
461.3
533.7
406.5
886.4
667.6
0.0
0.0
0.0
13179 Liberty, GA
480.0
434.8
548.8
463.6
417.3
428.4
13181 Lincoln, GA
980.4 1,002.8 1,096.1 1,323.2
721.8
507.9
0.0
0.0
0.0
13183 Long, GA
647.3
546.4
685.9
606.1
593.0
419.8
0.0
0.0
0.0
13185 Lowndes, GA
734.3
780.5
703.9
800.2
812.2
785.9
13187 Lumpkin, GA
887.3
747.1
904.6
778.4
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
13189 McDuffie, GA
945.5 1,007.7 1,006.7 1,093.4
865.6
880.3
0.0
0.0
0.0
13191 McIntosh, GA
730.2
892.0
853.7
0.0
0.0
0.0
1,170.7 1,162.0 1,428.0 1,491.9 1,029.0
13193 Macon, GA
905.8
636.7
961.9
991.2
0.0
0.0
0.0
13195 Madison, GA
924.5
886.1
875.3
945.0
963.7
0.0
0.0
0.0
13197 Marion, GA
827.4
904.5 1,056.8 1,182.5
451.5
574.7
0.0
0.0
0.0
13199 Meriwether, GA
985.5
987.8 1,048.0 1,159.8
919.0
812.9
0.0
0.0
0.0
1,244.4 1,133.0 1,360.5 1,326.8
991.1
739.4
0.0
0.0
0.0
723.5
719.8
0.0
0.0
0.0
934.9 1,003.1
0.0
0.0
13201 Miller, GA
929.6
13205 Mitchell, GA
994.7 1,006.3 1,262.0 1,334.6
13207 Monroe, GA
1,053.9 1,051.5 1,113.7 1,088.6
13209 Montgomery, GA 1,041.4
895.8
934.3
13211 Morgan, GA
971.0
817.9 1,057.6
639.3
828.1
889.9 1,365.9
920.5
0.0
0.0
0.0
865.6
840.6
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
13213 Murray, GA
635.1
684.6
13215 Muscogee, GA
979.4
980.2 1,235.7 1,176.3
736.2
798.3
13217 Newton, GA
794.4
770.9
826.6
857.0
726.1
557.4
0.0
13219 Oconee, GA
601.5
665.6
616.0
695.5
562.4
548.9
0.0
0.0
0.0
980.6 1,112.2 1,104.6 1,197.6
665.5
0.0
0.0
0.0
13221 Oglethorpe, GA
1,123.4
686.3
0.0
253.3
204.5
0.0
13223 Paulding, GA
544.1
469.6
564.0
478.6
332.3
389.6
0.0
13225 Peach, GA
908.0
887.7
887.9 1,019.2
928.8
769.6
0.0
0.0
13227 Pickens, GA
834.9
861.9
817.7
865.1
0.0
0.0
0.0
13229 Pierce, GA
956.8
918.8
992.8
932.8
0.0
0.0
0.0
906.7
804.2
868.1
797.0 1,162.8
13231 Pike, GA
851.1
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
986.3 1,410.4 1,271.8 1,271.9
0.0
0.0
837.6
0.0
0.0
1,065.6 1,080.7 1,097.5 1,136.2
13235 Pulaski, GA
1,089.5 1,348.8
13239 Quitman, GA
764.6
776.3
885.3
828.0
632.3
706.5
985.9 1,465.8
756.4
690.6
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
13241 Rabun, GA
1,088.8 1,032.5 1,109.0 1,046.7
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
13243 Randolph, GA
1,384.2 1,379.8 1,320.8 1,508.2 1,438.0 1,288.7
0.0
0.0
0.0
13245 Richmond, GA
13247 Rockdale, GA
872.7 1,041.7
860.6
818.4
13233 Polk, GA
13237 Putnam, GA
739.2
0.0
954.5
939.9 1,182.4 1,157.9
788.8
777.3
335.2
238.7
166.4
663.5
659.0
761.7
702.2
469.9
0.0
0.0
13249 Schley, GA
1,069.8
990.1
768.0
892.9 1,697.5 1,156.8
0.0
0.0
13251 Screven, GA
1,033.5 1,185.4 1,203.7 1,508.5
852.9
876.1
0.0
0.0
0.0
13253 Seminole, GA
1,060.1
970.5 1,284.9 1,137.5
674.9
722.8
0.0
0.0
0.0
13255 Spalding, GA
1,088.1 1,063.3 1,187.4 1,266.5
920.9
699.0
0.0
0.0
13257 Stephens, GA
1,248.0 1,145.9 1,322.5 1,216.7
831.8
795.3
0.0
0.0
263
0.0
0.0
Quality
.
Resource
.
Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
FEMALE MORTALITY FROM ALL CAUSES
(Crude Death Rates per 100,000 Females by Race/Ethnicity)
19982000
2000
Female Female
FIPS
Death Death
Code County Name Rate
Rate
2000
White
Female
Death
Rate
19982000
White
Female
Death
Rate
2000
Black
Female
Death
Rate
19982000
Black
Female
Death
Rate
13259 Stewart, GA
1,276.4 1,291.7 1,089.1 1,644.7 1,397.8 1,130.9
13261 Sumter, GA
1,133.5 1,114.8 1,368.7 1,353.2
907.2
908.3
13263 Talbot, GA
1,125.2 1,087.3 1,295.5 1,391.3 1,038.8
13265 Taliaferro, GA
1,302.3 1,361.9 2,088.2 2,116.4
13267 Tattnall, GA
1,079.7 1,179.6 1,162.8 1,367.1
13269 Taylor, GA
2000
AmInd
Female
Death
Rate
19982000
AmInd
Female
Death
Rate
2000
API
Female
Death
Rate
19982000
API
Female
Death
Rate
2000
Hisp
Female
Death
Rate
19982000
Hisp
Female
Death
Rate
0.0
0.0
0.0
948.1
0.0
0.0
0.0
778.8
927.4
0.0
0.0
0.0
859.1
722.9
0.0
0.0
0.0
1,330.1 1,215.9 1,614.9 1,458.9
988.6
923.4
0.0
0.0
0.0
13271 Telfair, GA
1,234.1 1,238.3 1,432.1 1,443.7
871.3
915.4
0.0
0.0
0.0
13273 Terrell, GA
1,081.4 1,190.1 1,379.9 1,641.7
911.9
955.6
0.0
0.0
13275 Thomas, GA
1,030.1 1,087.8 1,041.3 1,217.0 1,022.8
926.3
0.0
13277 Tift, GA
742.5
0.0
13279 Toombs, GA
1,005.6 1,052.6 1,000.7 1,069.6 1,049.1 1,007.7
0.0
13281 Towns, GA
1,344.7 1,306.9 1,354.1 1,312.0
13283 Treutlen, GA
987.7
890.4 1,097.6
927.5 1,094.6
966.6
777.8
0.0
865.1 1,318.4 1,064.8
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
728.2
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
13285 Troup, GA
1,231.8 1,128.8 1,321.6 1,224.3 1,063.7
975.3
0.0
13287 Turner, GA
1,135.0 1,182.9 1,427.0 1,552.4
760.1
718.5
0.0
0.0
835.3
775.5
0.0
0.0
0.0
1,217.0 1,209.0 1,226.8 1,218.5
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
13293 Upson, GA
1,442.2 1,332.7 1,655.5 1,480.0
969.5 1,028.7
0.0
13295 Walker, GA
1,146.1 1,067.5 1,125.3 1,077.1 1,822.9
13289 Twiggs, GA
13291 Union, GA
13297 Walton, GA
942.0
719.5
894.7 1,039.6 1,022.0
695.4
727.7
750.0
685.6
949.6
0.0
1,242.1 1,196.6 1,306.7 1,292.1 1,084.3
982.6
0.0
13301 Warren, GA
1,441.6 1,493.4 2,197.0 2,341.1
969.0
980.9
0.0
13305 Wayne, GA
0.0
504.1
13299 Ware, GA
13303 Washington, GA
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
891.3
935.3 1,154.7 1,109.5
686.6
811.3
0.0
0.0
0.0
902.0
877.6
744.4
661.1
0.0
0.0
0.0
13307 Webster, GA
1,093.4 1,196.6 1,140.1 1,129.9 1,045.3 1,252.0
947.4
946.4
0.0
0.0
0.0
13309 Wheeler, GA
1,107.4 1,129.7 1,155.5 1,297.9 1,006.3
0.0
0.0
0.0
13311 White, GA
854.5
900.4
811.3
896.1 2,654.9
13313 Whitfield, GA
882.1
837.5
888.4
851.4 1,044.0
809.2
0.0
788.6
0.0
0.0
13315 Wilcox, GA
1,121.3 1,139.6 1,215.2 1,220.5
944.9 1,075.3
0.0
0.0
13317 Wilkes, GA
1,254.3 1,268.1 1,708.8 1,721.6
718.0
832.1
0.0
0.0
0.0
76.1
123.9
0.0
13319 Wilkinson, GA
914.0
822.5
810.4
914.3 1,061.0
723.3
0.0
0.0
13321 Worth, GA
847.9
854.7
890.8
991.3
774.3
628.0
0.0
0.0
970.7
963.4
988.1
976.8
877.4
897.0
990.0
959.9
987.8
969.6
0.0
0.0
1,056.8 1,054.9 1,053.1 1,047.9
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
21 KENTUCKY
21001 Adair, KY
21003 Allen, KY
21005 Anderson, KY
767.6
749.0
729.3
743.1 1,792.1
150.9
172.0
159.0
171.1
21007 Ballard, KY
1,621.0 1,499.5 1,599.8 1,501.9
0.0
0.0
21009 Barren, KY
1,119.8 1,057.8 1,112.6 1,057.6 1,426.9 1,159.1
0.0
0.0
21011 Bath, KY
1,301.5 1,073.1 1,261.4 1,033.1
21013 Bell, KY
1,109.0 1,133.7 1,125.5 1,137.1
21015 Boone, KY
593.2
21017 Bourbon, KY
955.0 1,043.7
637.0
0.0
0.0
343.8
382.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
1,231.5
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
905.8 1,026.4 1,602.1 1,374.6
0.0
0.0
613.4
646.2
21019 Boyd, KY
1,331.3 1,266.5 1,344.3 1,277.4
0.0
0.0
21021 Boyle, KY
1,088.4 1,076.3 1,097.5 1,055.0 1,102.6 1,366.6
0.0
0.0
264
0.0
0.0
Quality
.
Resource
.
Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
FEMALE MORTALITY FROM ALL CAUSES
(Crude Death Rates per 100,000 Females by Race/Ethnicity)
FIPS
Code County Name
21023 Bracken, KY
19982000
2000
Female Female
Death Death
Rate
Rate
2000
White
Female
Death
Rate
19982000
White
Female
Death
Rate
2000
Black
Female
Death
Rate
1,004.3 1,187.2 1,013.5 1,196.1
21025 Breathitt, KY
907.3
962.5
901.3
967.9
21027 Breckinridge, KY
990.4 1,029.7 1,003.6 1,047.8
19982000
Black
Female
Death
Rate
2000
AmInd
Female
Death
Rate
19982000
AmInd
Female
Death
Rate
2000
API
Female
Death
Rate
19982000
API
Female
Death
Rate
2000
Hisp
Female
Death
Rate
19982000
Hisp
Female
Death
Rate
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
21029 Bullitt, KY
500.3
538.4
506.4
544.2
0.0
0.0
0.0
21031 Butler, KY
902.4
967.3
908.5
957.6
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
21033 Caldwell, KY
1,105.9 1,226.9 1,121.1 1,261.7
21035 Calloway, KY
1,079.8 1,047.2 1,107.3 1,064.4
21037 Campbell, KY
978.9
996.2
21039 Carlisle, KY
1,678.2 1,196.5 1,666.7 1,214.6
21041 Carroll, KY
1,465.9 1,240.2 1,438.7 1,249.5
21043 Carter, KY
1,041.8
21045 Casey, KY
1,025.7 1,029.0 1,020.1 1,024.4
21047 Christian, KY
897.9
983.7 1,047.2
863.7
803.9
862.1
994.2 1,004.2
962.1
0.0
979.8
933.6
0.0
779.6
0.0
0.0
750.9
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
21049 Clark, KY
917.1
921.7
835.8
881.4 2,474.7 1,646.1
0.0
0.0
21051 Clay, KY
974.3
943.5
957.5
936.1
0.0
0.0
21053 Clinton, KY
720.9
894.5
703.1
877.9
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
21055 Crittenden, KY
0.0
1,259.8 1,288.6 1,274.6 1,265.6
21057 Cumberland, KY
1,348.4 1,374.4 1,352.1 1,382.5
21059 Daviess, KY
1,108.9 1,020.2 1,125.3 1,034.2
785.9
753.7
0.0
0.0
21061 Edmonson, KY
864.8
959.4
872.5
969.5
0.0
0.0
21063 Elliott, KY
983.5
985.1
985.2
986.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
1,076.4 1,011.5 1,080.3 1,014.3
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
21065 Estill, KY
21067 Fayette, KY
785.0
799.1
807.7
811.3
794.6
844.5
0.0
0.0
202.1
21069 Fleming, KY
1,094.1 1,069.8 1,086.5 1,062.3
0.0
0.0
21071 Floyd, KY
1,061.3
981.7 1,067.0
980.9
0.0
0.0
974.8
945.9 1,019.6
21073 Franklin, KY
0.0
983.2
646.3
640.4
0.0
0.0
21075 Fulton, KY
1,258.8 1,473.5 1,514.7 1,633.7
495.0
916.4
0.0
0.0
0.0
21077 Gallatin, KY
1,213.3
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
21079 Garrard, KY
0.0
0.0
0.0
21081 Grant, KY
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
21083 Graves, KY
1,274.6 1,246.1 1,239.2 1,219.9 2,122.9 1,744.8
0.0
0.0
21085 Grayson, KY
1,062.3 1,054.1 1,071.1 1,062.1
21087 Green, KY
21089 Greenup, KY
905.0 1,238.1
924.4
798.1
859.0
798.8
823.9
801.5
822.0
809.0
827.8
0.0
0.0
983.7
0.0
0.0
1,066.2 1,056.2 1,062.8 1,056.9
0.0
0.0
957.4
986.5
967.1
21091 Hancock, KY
870.6
729.8
882.4
740.4
21093 Hardin, KY
742.2
694.1
817.6
756.9
21095 Harlan, KY
21097 Harrison, KY
21099 Hart, KY
0.0
0.0
0.0
322.3
383.8
0.0
1,230.2 1,176.6 1,223.8 1,190.2 1,785.7
967.7
910.9 1,065.2
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
972.4
0.0
0.0
931.3 1,080.7
1,241.8 1,075.9 1,230.4 1,087.0 1,308.4
382.6
21101 Henderson, KY
975.9 1,005.1
937.2
984.5 1,485.4 1,279.1
0.0
0.0
21103 Henry, KY
780.6
745.8
972.8 1,886.8 1,577.3
0.0
0.0
0.0
21105 Hickman, KY
1,090.5 1,238.6 1,061.2 1,219.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
21107 Hopkins, KY
1,248.3 1,177.8 1,213.1 1,162.5 1,787.9 1,474.9
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
21109 Jackson, KY
993.9
0.0
979.4 1,038.5
982.7 1,041.0
0.0
265
0.0
Quality
.
Resource
.
Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
FEMALE MORTALITY FROM ALL CAUSES
(Crude Death Rates per 100,000 Females by Race/Ethnicity)
FIPS
Code County Name
21111 Jefferson, KY
21113 Jessamine, KY
21115 Johnson, KY
21117 Kenton, KY
21119 Knott, KY
21121 Knox, KY
21123 Larue, KY
21125 Laurel, KY
21127 Lawrence, KY
21129 Lee, KY
21131 Leslie, KY
21133 Letcher, KY
21135 Lewis, KY
21137 Lincoln, KY
21139 Livingston, KY
21141 Logan, KY
19982000
2000
Female Female
Death Death
Rate
Rate
2000
White
Female
Death
Rate
19982000
White
Female
Death
Rate
1,046.4 1,053.3 1,127.7 1,106.3
589.2
595.8
583.8
595.1
827.9
811.3
838.1
817.2
827.1
851.3
825.6
859.4
949.7
949.1
960.8
934.6
890.5
822.3
900.7
825.2
1,026.6 1,084.6 1,031.6 1,089.6
287.3
0.0
0.0
755.6
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
896.6
900.0
794.7
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
1,223.8 1,057.7 1,228.6 1,068.9
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
990.9
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
921.1
0.0
0.0
0.0
792.6
875.3
973.6
878.7
978.1
823.7
927.9
798.3
925.6 1,785.7
1,008.7 1,133.8 1,014.2 1,139.2
915.7 1,087.9
889.2 1,102.0 1,265.8
933.8 1,063.6
811.8
941.8 1,069.5
1,205.3 1,297.4 1,212.7 1,306.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
705.1
993.9
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
684.0
828.7
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0 5,940.6
0.0
0.0
0.0
1,371.8 1,305.4 1,382.1 1,324.7 1,351.4 1,146.1
0.0
0.0
750.1
771.0
761.3
766.8
887.6
807.7
876.5
810.5
755.5
857.2
756.9
859.1
21163 Meade, KY
517.1
560.7
549.8
598.1
21165 Menifee, KY
861.8
926.8
871.5
936.1
21171 Monroe, KY
0.0
245.7
0.0
1,217.1 1,134.2 1,222.3 1,138.7
21169 Metcalfe, KY
0.0
19982000
Hisp
Female
Death
Rate
0.0
21157 Marshall, KY
21167 Mercer, KY
144.0
0.0
2000
Hisp
Female
Death
Rate
0.0
1,066.4 1,102.1 1,106.8 1,131.8
21161 Mason, KY
110.3
19982000
API
Female
Death
Rate
0.0
21155 Marion, KY
21159 Martin, KY
2000
API
Female
Death
Rate
907.9 1,055.1
1,221.2 1,172.8 1,283.0 1,206.2
21153 Magoffin, KY
19982000
AmInd
Female
Death
Rate
899.5 1,041.4
1,964.8 1,492.5 1,924.2 1,475.8
21151 Madison, KY
675.7
2000
AmInd
Female
Death
Rate
893.7
1,067.6 1,050.8 1,069.8 1,046.7
21145 McCracken, KY
21149 McLean, KY
809.5
19982000
Black
Female
Death
Rate
895.5
1,095.4 1,040.8 1,101.5 1,047.2
21143 Lyon, KY
21147 McCreary, KY
2000
Black
Female
Death
Rate
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
1,370.2 1,104.4 1,378.3 1,103.7 1,401.9 1,057.1
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
873.9 1,082.1
0.0
0.0
1,024.3 1,171.3 1,057.5 1,177.5
855.7 1,073.8
0.0
0.0
21173 Montgomery, KY 1,009.6 1,045.8
0.0
0.0
21175 Morgan, KY
1,024.5
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
21177 Muhlenberg, KY
1,280.9 1,152.6 1,278.4 1,155.5 1,288.2 1,021.9
0.0
21179 Nelson, KY
900.9 1,027.6
0.0
0.0
0.0
1,336.4 1,173.8 1,294.2 1,191.8
0.0
0.0
0.0
21183 Ohio, KY
1,149.3 1,098.7 1,137.9 1,095.9
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
21187 Owen, KY
21189 Owsley, KY
597.7
859.9
887.5
904.2
21181 Nicholas, KY
21185 Oldham, KY
918.4
964.9 1,013.8 1,939.7 1,785.7
0.0
843.7 1,513.8 1,161.8
511.0
602.5
513.6
798.3 1,019.8
792.6
999.2
1,204.8 1,089.1 1,208.8 1,093.8
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
21191 Pendleton, KY
709.9
733.0
701.3
723.5
0.0
0.0
0.0
21193 Perry, KY
927.2
946.6
934.5
948.6
0.0
0.0
0.0
996.8 1,008.7 1,000.1
0.0
0.0
0.0
21195 Pike, KY
1,006.7
266
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HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
FEMALE MORTALITY FROM ALL CAUSES
(Crude Death Rates per 100,000 Females by Race/Ethnicity)
19982000
2000
Female Female
FIPS
Death Death
Code County Name Rate
Rate
21197 Powell, KY
19982000
Black
Female
Death
Rate
2000
AmInd
Female
Death
Rate
19982000
AmInd
Female
Death
Rate
2000
API
Female
Death
Rate
19982000
API
Female
Death
Rate
2000
Hisp
Female
Death
Rate
19982000
Hisp
Female
Death
Rate
835.2
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
21201 Robertson, KY
1,547.7 1,397.4 1,555.7 1,402.3
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
21207 Russell, KY
21209 Scott, KY
21211 Shelby, KY
942.6 1,054.6
935.4 1,046.2
704.8
714.9
892.5
796.4
951.4
869.6
0.0
0.0
894.5
900.3
896.4
940.9
21225 Union, KY
21227 Warren, KY
0.0
0.0
946.7
608.3
0.0
0.0
900.0 1,007.8
915.1 1,547.0
824.7
0.0
0.0
798.3
737.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
868.6 1,263.2 1,528.0 1,522.1
0.0
0.0
0.0
1,172.4 1,079.8 1,160.3 1,073.5 1,337.3 1,165.8
0.0
0.0
874.8
21223 Trimble, KY
0.0
801.3
21215 Spencer, KY
21221 Trigg, KY
707.9
894.4
1,059.3
21219 Todd, KY
700.6
0.0
1,093.7 1,108.7 1,103.6 1,105.8
21213 Simpson, KY
21217 Taylor, KY
742.8
2000
Black
Female
Death
Rate
1,061.4 1,020.5 1,066.4 1,024.4
21205 Rowan, KY
843.8
19982000
White
Female
Death
Rate
21199 Pulaski, KY
21203 Rockcastle, KY
753.0
2000
White
Female
Death
Rate
820.2
1,075.6 1,087.1 1,058.4 1,080.9 1,470.6 1,104.1
927.4 1,287.3
920.3
973.3
928.2
953.8
1,148.5 1,079.5 1,178.4 1,135.7
750.5
820.3
763.9
836.0
0.0
0.0
953.5
678.7
0.0
763.4
764.1
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
21229 Washington, KY 1,278.6 1,167.9 1,341.2 1,234.3
0.0
0.0
0.0
21231 Wayne, KY
891.6
0.0
0.0
0.0
21233 Webster, KY
1,108.8 1,220.2 1,125.7 1,255.7
0.0
0.0
21235 Whitley, KY
1,104.9 1,103.3 1,109.4 1,103.3
21237 Wolfe, KY
1,320.6 1,089.9 1,325.4 1,093.2
21239 Woodford, KY
28 MISSISSIPPI
973.0
894.1
979.6
806.6
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
767.1 2,052.8 1,155.3
0.0
0.0
0.0
881.4
797.5
985.5
969.3 1,090.2 1,057.7
836.8
843.4
593.3
572.7
126.7
192.8
0.0
125.8
142.9
28001 Adams, MS
1,078.4 1,199.8 1,362.2 1,362.0
850.9 1,066.1
0.0
0.0
0.0
28003 Alcorn, MS
1,508.9 1,314.0 1,476.8 1,312.5 1,807.5 1,360.9
0.0
0.0
0.0
28005 Amite, MS
881.2
907.6
516.6
684.9
0.0
0.0
0.0
28007 Attala, MS
857.0 1,109.7 1,002.5 1,298.0
661.3
863.1
0.0
0.0
0.0
872.9 1,177.3 1,091.2 1,532.9
0.0
28009 Benton, MS
800.3 1,174.4
523.2
659.5
0.0
0.0
28011 Bolivar, MS
1,146.4 1,039.8 1,290.8 1,188.1 1,079.7
974.8
0.0
0.0
28013 Calhoun, MS
1,177.1 1,216.9 1,305.3 1,390.9
28015 Carroll, MS
28017 Chickasaw, MS
28019 Choctaw, MS
28021 Claiborne, MS
889.1
772.2
0.0
0.0
0.0
809.8
908.2
789.2
0.0
0.0
0.0
1,059.9 1,013.5 1,329.4 1,198.8
704.1
765.6
0.0
0.0
0.0
959.8 1,047.4 1,101.6
0.0
0.0
0.0
758.6
798.8
963.4
982.6
674.7
930.8
910.2
876.2 1,497.3 1,428.6
810.9
776.7
0.0
0.0
0.0
1,086.7
962.8 1,259.0 1,040.1
792.7
839.2
0.0
0.0
0.0
903.2
948.2 1,064.5 1,173.6
790.2
797.3
0.0
0.0
0.0
28027 Coahoma, MS
1,189.8 1,171.2 1,547.8 1,537.9 1,045.7 1,006.7
0.0
28029 Copiah, MS
1,026.2
28023 Clarke, MS
28025 Clay, MS
0.0
982.6 1,207.7 1,089.1
864.7
892.2
0.0
0.0
0.0
28031 Covington, MS
704.6
829.5
758.8
962.5
620.3
643.5
0.0
0.0
0.0
28033 DeSoto, MS
711.2
698.6
724.8
712.7
683.1
651.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
28035 Forrest, MS
1,045.6
986.4 1,188.5 1,123.1
806.1
750.4
0.0
28037 Franklin, MS
1,411.0 1,338.3 1,711.6 1,554.2
28039 George, MS
1,163.3 1,027.5 1,168.2 1,036.3 1,053.9
28041 Greene, MS
933.8
808.3
977.1
866.0
918.0 1,006.5
757.6
267
0.0
0.0
0.0
904.5
0.0
0.0
0.0
601.9
0.0
0.0
0.0
Quality
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Resource
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HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
FEMALE MORTALITY FROM ALL CAUSES
(Crude Death Rates per 100,000 Females by Race/Ethnicity)
FIPS
Code County Name
19982000
2000
Female Female
Death Death
Rate
Rate
2000
White
Female
Death
Rate
19982000
White
Female
Death
Rate
2000
Black
Female
Death
Rate
19982000
Black
Female
Death
Rate
2000
AmInd
Female
Death
Rate
19982000
AmInd
Female
Death
Rate
2000
API
Female
Death
Rate
19982000
API
Female
Death
Rate
28043 Grenada, MS
1,429.1 1,336.5 1,525.2 1,528.9 1,318.8 1,106.7
0.0
0.0
28045 Hancock, MS
1,019.9
0.0
0.0
972.7 1,053.6 1,011.5
741.9
28047 Harrison, MS
905.2
918.4
997.7
776.7
774.3
28049 Hinds, MS
813.0
886.5 1,037.4 1,040.0
688.2
781.3
0.0
28051 Holmes, MS
1,074.5 1,090.2 2,004.4 1,877.7
847.4
875.4
0.0
28053 Humphreys, MS
1,371.7 1,112.0 1,696.0 1,401.9 1,237.1
981.3
0.0
28055 Issaquena, MS
28057 Itawamba, MS
28059 Jackson, MS
28061 Jasper, MS
657.3
983.8
826.4
546.4
1,091.2 1,156.7 1,128.4 1,211.6
890.0
820.0
965.8
877.1
19982000
Hisp
Female
Death
Rate
0.0
218.3
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
748.5
0.0
0.0
0.0
640.2
0.0
0.0
0.0
701.9
669.9
977.9
754.1
0.0
0.0
0.0
913.8
923.2
0.0
0.0
0.0
28065 Jefferson Davis, MS 1,183.2 1,109.1 1,321.0 1,280.4 1,095.3
993.8
0.0
0.0
0.0
28067 Jones, MS
1,067.5
772.9
28069 Kemper, MS
1,066.6
28063 Jefferson, MS
28071 Lafayette, MS
28073 Lamar, MS
1,305.3 1,067.3 1,693.8 1,436.5
184.6
2000
Hisp
Female
Death
Rate
919.3
956.5
970.9 1,198.6
967.8 1,157.3 1,043.6
863.2
0.0
938.0 1,435.4 1,306.0
869.0
724.9
0.0
0.0
0.0
685.4
738.0
740.8
796.7
587.0
671.4
0.0
0.0
0.0
756.9
740.2
762.7
746.9
735.3
743.5
0.0
28075 Lauderdale, MS
1,287.8 1,229.5 1,488.9 1,401.2
996.5
972.2
0.0
28077 Lawrence, MS
1,101.8 1,064.8 1,213.6 1,155.2
900.5
910.2
0.0
0.0
28079 Leake, MS
1,106.5 1,174.6 1,248.4 1,332.9
909.8
978.1
0.0
0.0
28081 Lee, MS
1,020.3
656.5
698.9
0.0
0.0
0.0
917.6 1,156.7
998.5
992.1
0.0
0.0
0.0
28083 Leflore, MS
1,247.8 1,148.4 1,728.4 1,392.4 1,038.3 1,021.1
0.0
28085 Lincoln, MS
1,442.9 1,324.3 1,502.5 1,432.7 1,333.3 1,093.9
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
28087 Lowndes, MS
681.3
28089 Madison, MS
1,148.8
28091 Marion, MS
28093 Marshall, MS
796.5
612.8
736.9
0.0
892.8 1,345.1 1,065.8
882.6
693.8
0.0
1,445.2 1,271.1 1,602.3 1,387.7 1,141.9 1,050.3
0.0
0.0
0.0
876.9
764.3
914.6
745.9
0.0
890.1
0.0
992.5
870.0
852.9
0.0
0.0
0.0
28095 Monroe, MS
1,087.9 1,012.1 1,240.1 1,125.5
779.1
803.9
0.0
0.0
0.0
28097 Montgomery, MS
1,300.1 1,181.3 1,331.0 1,349.8 1,277.0 1,032.9
0.0
0.0
0.0
28099 Neshoba, MS
1,099.5 1,082.9 1,095.3 1,145.0
940.9 1,311.3 1,016.8
0.0
0.0
28101 Newton, MS
1,057.4 1,018.1 1,111.3 1,063.5 1,005.0 1,004.7
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
986.5
28103 Noxubee, MS
850.3
867.6 1,274.6 1,165.9
684.8
752.0
0.0
28105 Oktibbeha, MS
680.4
690.7
740.8
658.2
656.5
0.0
1,024.3 1,036.3 1,244.8 1,250.6
810.7
838.6
0.0
706.8
770.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
978.5 1,018.3 1,108.9
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
28107 Panola, MS
28109 Pearl River, MS
919.4
871.4
726.5
956.4
898.1
28111 Perry, MS
1,176.1 1,004.5 1,235.9
28113 Pike, MS
1,158.7 1,153.0 1,371.5 1,368.0
0.0
948.8
937.3
0.0
28115 Pontotoc, MS
858.7
914.5
893.2
961.5
688.0
694.8
0.0
0.0
0.0
28117 Prentiss, MS
744.3
777.7
795.8
838.7
444.2
404.6
0.0
0.0
0.0
1,216.4 1,245.8 1,489.8 1,612.9 1,105.0 1,024.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
28119 Quitman, MS
28121 Rankin, MS
649.5
684.3
642.0
682.6
718.6
709.0
0.0
28123 Scott, MS
806.9
995.4
922.5 1,098.9
652.6
859.6
28125 Sharkey, MS
745.6
907.0
785.1
957.9
735.0
851.6
0.0
0.0
0.0
28127 Simpson, MS
1,132.5 1,187.2 1,384.8 1,335.2
679.9
922.4
0.0
0.0
0.0
28129 Smith, MS
1,063.2 1,079.2 1,132.7 1,107.6
857.3 1,000.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
268
0.0
Quality
.
Resource
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HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
FEMALE MORTALITY FROM ALL CAUSES
(Crude Death Rates per 100,000 Females by Race/Ethnicity)
FIPS
Code County Name
19982000
2000
Female Female
Death Death
Rate
Rate
968.5
2000
White
Female
Death
Rate
19982000
White
Female
Death
Rate
28131 Stone, MS
1,004.1
28133 Sunflower, MS
1,017.7 1,048.1 1,509.4 1,350.5
2000
Black
Female
Death
Rate
991.4 1,012.6 1,083.8
19982000
Black
Female
Death
Rate
2000
AmInd
Female
Death
Rate
19982000
AmInd
Female
Death
Rate
2000
API
Female
Death
Rate
19982000
API
Female
Death
Rate
2000
Hisp
Female
Death
Rate
19982000
Hisp
Female
Death
Rate
836.6
0.0
0.0
0.0
818.6
914.8
0.0
0.0
0.0
869.7
752.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
891.8
787.2
0.0
0.0
0.0
28139 Tippah, MS
1,199.7 1,232.4 1,223.3 1,314.9 1,106.2
873.6
0.0
0.0
0.0
28141 Tishomingo, MS
1,418.2 1,342.3 1,397.0 1,347.2 2,250.8 1,336.9
28135 Tallahatchie, MS
894.7
904.5
28137 Tate, MS
969.6
904.6 1,012.4
28143 Tunica, MS
28145 Union, MS
28147 Walthall, MS
28149 Warren, MS
28151 Washington, MS
28153 Wayne, MS
944.6 1,160.1
976.2
869.9 1,054.0 1,011.7 1,657.5
826.0
864.9
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
1,077.6 1,077.1 1,159.2 1,114.0
652.6
901.4
0.0
0.0
0.0
934.9 1,110.8 1,231.4 1,432.0
586.9
731.6
0.0
0.0
0.0
978.4 1,002.9 1,091.2 1,064.5
865.1
935.2
0.0
0.0
0.0
1,043.4 1,015.2 1,293.0 1,080.2
928.9
988.3
0.0
0.0
0.0
977.0
578.7
731.6
0.0
0.0
0.0
28155 Webster, MS
1,316.0 1,286.3 1,492.5 1,461.8
698.1
637.5
0.0
0.0
0.0
28157 Wilkinson, MS
1,371.5 1,207.5 2,053.0 1,629.3 1,076.5 1,028.8
0.0
0.0
0.0
28159 Winston, MS
1,277.7 1,187.3 1,577.9 1,483.1
920.4
841.3
0.0
0.0
0.0
28161 Yalobusha, MS
1,099.1 1,147.7 1,386.8 1,382.3
687.7
810.9
0.0
0.0
0.0
28163 Yazoo, MS
1,193.2 1,146.3 1,361.0 1,321.4 1,081.6 1,033.9
0.0
0.0
37 NORTH CAROLINA
37001 Alamance, NC
37003 Alexander, NC
821.2
890.7
886.7
887.5
981.4
934.4
921.7
1,040.4 1,034.1 1,079.6 1,084.1
945.1
884.2
823.5
937.5
122.2
141.4
0.0
87.3
104.1
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
37007 Anson, NC
1,182.0 1,094.6 1,346.9 1,163.2 1,039.9 1,039.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
37009 Ashe, NC
1,165.7 1,217.6 1,146.7 1,214.7
0.0
0.0
0.0
37011 Avery, NC
1,061.2 1,140.9 1,071.5 1,151.9
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
37013 Beaufort, NC
1,211.7 1,156.8 1,231.2 1,169.9 1,186.7 1,140.6
0.0
0.0
0.0
37015 Bertie, NC
1,432.6 1,313.4 1,749.3 1,557.0 1,250.6 1,178.4
0.0
37017 Bladen, NC
1,133.8 1,168.0 1,268.7 1,239.9
886.5
945.5
838.9
540.1
0.0
906.5
848.2
501.8
1,310.4 1,345.1 1,292.4 1,351.1
37021 Buncombe, NC
844.1
843.3
37005 Alleghany, NC
37019 Brunswick, NC
842.5
825.5
941.6
1,083.0 1,105.9 1,112.7 1,125.7
975.8 1,096.8
761.6
683.7
0.0
876.8 1,006.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
37023 Burke, NC
944.5
959.5
973.5
980.3 1,049.9
954.1
0.0
37025 Cabarrus, NC
900.5
934.2
902.2
950.6
979.8
897.0
0.0
0.0
37027 Caldwell, NC
941.8
921.1
950.2
922.7
914.9
981.3
0.0
0.0
37029 Camden, NC
921.9
959.3
853.5
960.1 1,282.1
873.9
0.0
0.0
847.8
0.0
37031 Carteret, NC
1,038.8 1,021.8 1,073.4 1,053.2
789.2
37033 Caswell, NC
913.4 1,007.0
922.2 1,063.8
885.6
931.3
0.0
37035 Catawba, NC
909.4
903.3
941.8
926.3
911.8
855.5
0.0
945.7
993.1
961.3 1,012.1
917.4
949.8
0.0
37037 Chatham, NC
37039 Cherokee, NC
1,055.0 1,135.7 1,062.9 1,141.0
37041 Chowan, NC
1,165.7 1,138.4 1,201.7 1,219.5 1,130.3 1,030.6
37043 Clay, NC
1,243.6 1,193.2 1,217.0 1,186.9
37045 Cleveland, NC
1,024.4
37047 Columbus, NC
1,143.3 1,098.4 1,240.6 1,153.1 1,029.9 1,064.2
987.0 1,120.3 1,049.9
0.0
0.0
0.0
794.4
37049 Craven, NC
916.4
907.8
889.0
878.7 1,050.5 1,057.0
37051 Cumberland, NC
651.8
639.3
687.6
655.0
641.1
269
673.3
0.0
224.6
0.0
708.6
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
417.5
372.9
257.6
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
211.3
104.5
62.8
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HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
FEMALE MORTALITY FROM ALL CAUSES
(Crude Death Rates per 100,000 Females by Race/Ethnicity)
FIPS
Code County Name
37053 Currituck, NC
19982000
2000
Female Female
Death Death
Rate
Rate
2000
White
Female
Death
Rate
19982000
White
Female
Death
Rate
2000
Black
Female
Death
Rate
19982000
Black
Female
Death
Rate
2000
AmInd
Female
Death
Rate
19982000
AmInd
Female
Death
Rate
2000
API
Female
Death
Rate
19982000
API
Female
Death
Rate
2000
Hisp
Female
Death
Rate
19982000
Hisp
Female
Death
Rate
1,004.6
907.1
956.9
873.5 1,731.6 1,311.5
0.0
0.0
0.0
37055 Dare, NC
820.5
758.4
830.0
763.1
0.0
0.0
0.0
37057 Davidson, NC
941.1
849.2
956.1
857.0
900.4
834.6
0.0
969.0 1,032.1 1,502.0
37059 Davie, NC
1,000.8 1,025.6
973.6
0.0
0.0
37061 Duplin, NC
1,103.2 1,147.2 1,132.8 1,138.8 1,049.9 1,184.2
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
37063 Durham, NC
37065 Edgecombe, NC
920.0
757.6
824.1
1,082.0 1,053.3 1,315.1 1,247.9
817.7
854.5
917.8
932.8
929.2
37067 Forsyth, NC
923.4
941.2
981.9
977.2
811.5
882.7
37069 Franklin, NC
968.8
902.6
920.5
926.8 1,101.2
875.7
37071 Gaston, NC
1,059.3 1,019.7 1,138.6 1,053.0
37073 Gates, NC
1,193.8 1,115.2 1,171.3 1,116.5 1,248.3 1,126.0
37075 Graham, NC
1,368.2 1,282.7 1,478.0 1,328.9
898.4
915.3
960.7
876.6
37079 Greene, NC
943.0
978.6 1,092.1 1,081.7
723.1
847.0
37081 Guilford, NC
868.1
851.0 1,019.6
618.1
697.9
37085 Harnett, NC
1,060.3 1,110.9 1,257.4 1,279.2
813.4
808.4
860.8
855.5
948.1
997.4
705.7
698.6
37087 Haywood, NC
1,144.4 1,188.9 1,155.2 1,192.1
1,312.3
37089 Henderson, NC
1,223.9 1,196.8 1,250.2 1,213.3
765.5 1,028.8
37091 Hertford, NC
1,113.2 1,098.8 1,410.3 1,396.6
37093 Hoke, NC
37095 Hyde, NC
37097 Iredell, NC
636.3
678.9
619.0
731.7
1,456.7 1,253.7 1,756.3 1,412.4
956.2
905.2
971.4
930.6
37099 Jackson, NC
908.7
916.9
985.8
994.2
37101 Johnston, NC
774.0
812.3
766.0
824.5
914.6
907.1
697.8
698.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
868.6
690.3
625.0
945.7
862.2
948.7
874.4 1,216.2
846.4
1,114.5 1,141.3 1,126.4 1,150.4
37115 Madison, NC
1,085.3 1,099.8 1,086.7 1,112.4
37117 Martin, NC
1,610.2 1,422.6 1,964.1 1,652.9 1,222.2 1,155.2
0.0
615.8
404.6
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
634.1
153.7
0.0
0.0
994.9 1,318.1 1,063.8
0.0
0.0
1,138.2 1,146.3 1,191.1 1,195.0
952.2 1,002.5
37127 Nash, NC
1,011.9
986.6
853.7
813.9
0.0
838.7
841.8
933.2
880.1
0.0
0.0
1,191.0 1,209.4 1,413.5 1,406.5 1,057.1 1,090.2
0.0
0.0
834.4
826.5
75.0
97.4
0.0
0.0
922.3 1,113.6
37133 Onslow, NC
524.0
571.0
559.7
613.3
484.7
546.3
0.0
37135 Orange, NC
585.3
609.3
582.9
614.0
765.7
742.3
0.0
37137 Pamlico, NC
887.7 1,069.9
37139 Pasquotank, NC
145.1
0.0
37125 Moore, NC
37131 Northampton, NC
0.0
0.0
920.3
37113 Macon, NC
37129 New Hanover, NC
0.0
0.0
842.5
986.2
0.0
0.0
0.0
898.3
1,042.2 1,001.0
0.0
517.5
0.0
1,113.7 1,104.4 1,189.9 1,138.7 1,027.0 1,073.7
37123 Montgomery, NC
0.0
0.0
37107 Lenoir, NC
1,321.5 1,271.3 1,334.3 1,268.1
527.1
281.7
929.0
37121 Mitchell, NC
0.0
0.0
781.8
979.4 1,392.2
701.7
0.0
847.2
981.8
703.5
0.0
0.0
985.9
664.4
738.4
0.0
78.0
0.0
998.2 1,311.9 1,231.5
657.1
0.0
144.7
967.7
1,067.4
37119 Mecklenburg, NC
0.0
539.1
838.1
1,078.1 1,172.3
37111 McDowell, NC
0.0
884.0
37105 Lee, NC
37109 Lincoln, NC
0.0
967.3
37103 Jones, NC
961.3
140.0
0.0
0.0
869.0
938.2
60.1
890.3
37077 Granville, NC
37083 Halifax, NC
829.4
705.7
0.0
205.9
0.0
213.3
95.5
891.9 1,106.4
915.6 1,000.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
1,077.4 1,043.6 1,238.6 1,094.4
888.4 1,001.5
0.0
0.0
0.0
270
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HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
FEMALE MORTALITY FROM ALL CAUSES
(Crude Death Rates per 100,000 Females by Race/Ethnicity)
FIPS
Code County Name
37141 Pender, NC
19982000
2000
Female Female
Death Death
Rate
Rate
2000
AmInd
Female
Death
Rate
19982000
AmInd
Female
Death
Rate
2000
API
Female
Death
Rate
19982000
API
Female
Death
Rate
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
37145 Person, NC
1,084.9
37153 Richmond, NC
37155 Robeson, NC
817.5 1,199.0
19982000
Black
Female
Death
Rate
876.0
37151 Randolph, NC
734.2
2000
Black
Female
Death
Rate
1,245.4 1,153.1 1,055.9 1,063.8 1,714.3 1,404.8
37149 Polk, NC
833.9
19982000
White
Female
Death
Rate
37143 Perquimans, NC
37147 Pitt, NC
847.3
2000
White
Female
Death
Rate
985.1 1,154.5 1,012.8
932.5
910.9
776.3
885.7
891.7
0.0
1,546.9 1,551.1 1,555.9 1,558.1 1,367.5 1,421.8
0.0
815.8
845.9
843.7
795.6
851.2
725.6
851.2
890.4
981.2
997.8
37157 Rockingham, NC
1,162.8 1,109.9 1,219.6 1,165.2
981.6
924.2
37159 Rowan, NC
1,018.8 1,044.7 1,040.4 1,066.5
991.9
995.4
37161 Rutherford, NC
1,193.3 1,132.0 1,220.2 1,147.9
989.3 1,008.2
37163 Sampson, NC
951.9 1,082.8
933.6 1,078.1 1,005.3 1,118.9
37165 Scotland, NC
1,056.9
892.5
809.2
37167 Stanly, NC
1,087.4 1,078.7 1,109.4 1,110.3 1,089.2
920.6
37169 Stokes, NC
862.6
936.6
865.8
726.6
653.0
0.0
0.0
691.3
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
795.9
709.7
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
37173 Swain, NC
1,440.8 1,185.4 1,782.2 1,423.0
0.0
688.2
0.0
37175 Transylvania, NC
1,071.0 1,138.5 1,073.9 1,146.7 1,221.4 1,046.3
743.7
0.0
928.8 1,133.4 1,002.5 1,221.6
835.7 1,027.0
0.0
0.0
37179 Union, NC
644.4
680.9
670.4
676.9
0.0
0.0
37181 Vance, NC
989.0 1,045.2 1,102.3 1,127.9
891.5
957.1
0.0
37183 Wake, NC
534.4
595.5
620.8
37185 Warren, NC
37187 Washington, NC
37189 Watauga, NC
541.1
557.8
974.5 1,139.0 1,001.8 1,209.7 1,030.9 1,137.6
660.6
675.5
0.0
0.0
674.7
0.0
0.0
0.0
960.8 1,123.9 1,073.8
0.0
1,067.3 1,017.7 1,062.6 1,020.4 1,303.2 1,064.5
0.0
0.0
802.2
947.6
0.0
0.0
968.7 1,210.3
947.2
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
979.6 1,066.6 1,119.1 1,158.4
37197 Yadkin, NC
1,075.4
37199 Yancey, NC
1,222.5 1,014.1 1,214.2 1,003.1
884.0
879.7
924.7
920.6
827.3
817.8
45001 Abbeville, SC
719.4
886.6
741.1
943.9
682.3
782.9
0.0
45003 Aiken, SC
863.5
878.7
904.4
912.2
772.7
806.0
0.0
45005 Allendale, SC
781.5 1,026.0 1,454.3 1,134.2
537.1
958.8
0.0
45007 Anderson, SC
966.6
886.8
828.8
0.0
45009 Bamberg, SC
45011 Barnwell, SC
952.6
991.2
983.6
1,200.9 1,141.2 1,588.8 1,346.3
911.0 1,049.9
97.4
0.0
37193 Wilkes, NC
45 SOUTH CAROLINA
0.0
67.2
0.0
1,037.5
964.6 1,075.6
102.0
0.0
37191 Wayne, NC
37195 Wilson, NC
984.9 1,012.8
0.0
0.0
88.4
1,603.5 1,268.5 1,904.5 1,319.0 1,331.9 1,228.1
667.5
0.0
0.0
37177 Tyrrell, NC
555.5
0.0
0.0
895.8
647.4
0.0
810.4
822.3 1,070.8
673.1
0.0
0.0
1,038.7 1,086.5 1,058.8 1,094.2
37171 Surry, NC
920.9
921.1 1,239.3 1,041.8
0.0
0.0
834.6
946.4 1,173.6 1,219.0
19982000
Hisp
Female
Death
Rate
0.0
1,227.0 1,098.5 1,218.6 1,095.9 1,344.8 1,179.2
914.1
2000
Hisp
Female
Death
Rate
853.7 1,055.3
220.5
245.9
165.2
181.6
0.0
88.7
128.4
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
992.4 1,029.4
0.0
0.0
0.0
997.0 1,055.5
0.0
0.0
0.0
45013 Beaufort, SC
743.2
737.8
791.3
803.9
644.1
609.2
0.0
45015 Berkeley, SC
597.0
565.4
573.3
546.2
701.5
682.1
0.0
45017 Calhoun, SC
913.8 1,035.3 1,044.9 1,137.3
793.7
949.1
0.0
0.0
0.0
45019 Charleston, SC
870.9
781.9
816.3
834.9
750.0
45021 Cherokee, SC
988.4
973.8 1,037.2 1,053.7
843.3
726.5
0.0
0.0
0.0
45023 Chester, SC
904.0
879.1 1,003.2 1,031.4
773.3
673.3
0.0
0.0
0.0
45025 Chesterfield, SC
894.4 1,006.4
840.8
930.3
0.0
0.0
0.0
912.0
933.9 1,054.7
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HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
FEMALE MORTALITY FROM ALL CAUSES
(Crude Death Rates per 100,000 Females by Race/Ethnicity)
FIPS
Code County Name
19982000
2000
Female Female
Death Death
Rate
Rate
2000
White
Female
Death
Rate
19982000
White
Female
Death
Rate
2000
Black
Female
Death
Rate
19982000
Black
Female
Death
Rate
2000
AmInd
Female
Death
Rate
19982000
AmInd
Female
Death
Rate
2000
API
Female
Death
Rate
19982000
API
Female
Death
Rate
2000
Hisp
Female
Death
Rate
19982000
Hisp
Female
Death
Rate
45027 Clarendon, SC
997.3
977.0
825.9
956.0 1,148.2
998.9
0.0
0.0
0.0
45029 Colleton, SC
927.9
928.5
919.8
941.4
961.6
929.9
0.0
0.0
0.0
1,117.9 1,100.8 1,201.5 1,227.7 1,020.3
937.4
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
45031 Darlington, SC
45033 Dillon, SC
963.8
981.5 1,016.1 1,105.7
923.5
844.3
45035 Dorchester, SC
747.5
770.2
700.1
740.7
931.1
920.4
0.0
848.0
898.3
946.8 1,000.7
713.4
801.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
1,375.4 1,237.1 1,780.5 1,695.3 1,120.9
933.9
0.0
0.0
0.0
45037 Edgefield, SC
45039 Fairfield, SC
45041 Florence, SC
982.6
974.1 1,012.1 1,059.6
961.1
864.2
45043 Georgetown, SC
924.5
866.4
935.0
926.6
920.5
793.7
45045 Greenville, SC
892.0
889.7
926.5
920.6
805.8
804.3
45047 Greenwood, SC
1,057.3 1,030.2 1,218.5 1,151.2
757.8
791.6
0.0
0.0
0.0
45049 Hampton, SC
1,057.9
970.4 1,170.6 1,138.1
982.5
845.3
0.0
0.0
0.0
824.2
869.1
869.7
918.5
650.3
705.2
0.0
45053 Jasper, SC
816.3
919.8
718.4
953.9
910.3
906.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
45055 Kershaw, SC
889.0
869.3
804.8
817.4 1,131.2
997.8
0.0
965.8
943.4 1,026.1
998.4
811.3
807.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
1,054.9 1,092.2 1,088.9 1,189.4
988.1
872.3
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
45051 Horry, SC
45057 Lancaster, SC
45059 Laurens, SC
0.0
0.0
238.7
284.9
171.2
208.3
45061 Lee, SC
790.7
978.2 1,063.8 1,071.7
649.3
930.5
0.0
45063 Lexington, SC
752.9
749.2
771.1
600.7
638.2
0.0
45065 McCormick, SC
944.4 1,213.9 1,195.6 1,592.4
746.3
949.5
0.0
0.0
0.0
945.0 1,017.1
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
788.5
45067 Marion, SC
1,022.1 1,060.6 1,137.0 1,137.4
45069 Marlboro, SC
1,144.3 1,148.6 1,327.5 1,335.8 1,042.9 1,004.0
45071 Newberry, SC
957.9 1,037.3 1,087.0 1,187.9
983.1
724.5
787.0
45073 Oconee, SC
959.6
924.2
939.7
798.4
841.7
0.0
45075 Orangeburg, SC
990.4
992.8 1,217.4 1,237.3
873.1
850.9
0.0
0.0
45077 Pickens, SC
782.2
815.9
776.6
816.1
986.7
932.3
45079 Richland, SC
787.0
785.0
933.5
849.6
658.9
734.8
45081 Saluda, SC
1,014.7 1,073.6 1,174.7 1,196.0
684.3
835.8
0.0
45083 Spartanburg, SC
1,023.4
936.1
880.5
0.0
45085 Sumter, SC
45087 Union, SC
863.5
976.9 1,068.8 1,017.2
836.1
924.3
186.4
0.0
126.5
0.0
131.4
0.0
881.8
827.4
817.2
0.0
0.0
1,151.5 1,095.6 1,274.3 1,169.4
902.9
943.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
944.1
938.6
972.3
974.7
936.9
923.8
45091 York, SC
742.4
775.3
755.8
792.6
731.3
744.6
671.1
958.3
955.1
992.4
84.7
988.0
861.6
855.9
47001 Anderson, TN
1,093.2 1,081.5 1,125.9 1,114.7
469.8
615.4
0.0
47003 Bedford, TN
1,077.0 1,032.5 1,072.8 1,065.4 1,229.5
842.5
0.0
47005 Benton, TN
1,172.2 1,188.5 1,185.7 1,218.8
47007 Bledsoe, TN
0.0
151.0
45089 Williamsburg, SC
47 TENNESSEE
0.0
0.0
911.4
949.4
871.0
946.0
161.3
201.2
198.6
120.7
161.8
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
47009 Blount, TN
932.3
975.0
946.4
985.3
844.4
975.1
0.0
0.0
47011 Bradley, TN
949.5
907.7
966.2
925.1
748.3
716.5
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
971.9
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
47013 Campbell, TN
47015 Cannon, TN
1,031.2 1,078.4 1,035.9 1,079.9
979.3
992.4
997.5 1,015.5
47017 Carroll, TN
1,644.2 1,469.9 1,697.3 1,544.6 1,282.1
47019 Carter, TN
1,049.1 1,095.3 1,047.3 1,098.0 1,818.2
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HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
FEMALE MORTALITY FROM ALL CAUSES
(Crude Death Rates per 100,000 Females by Race/Ethnicity)
FIPS
Code County Name
19982000
2000
Female Female
Death Death
Rate
Rate
2000
White
Female
Death
Rate
19982000
White
Female
Death
Rate
2000
Black
Female
Death
Rate
19982000
Black
Female
Death
Rate
2000
AmInd
Female
Death
Rate
19982000
AmInd
Female
Death
Rate
2000
API
Female
Death
Rate
19982000
API
Female
Death
Rate
2000
Hisp
Female
Death
Rate
19982000
Hisp
Female
Death
Rate
47021 Cheatham, TN
691.5
677.9
679.1
673.7 1,824.8
0.0
0.0
47023 Chester, TN
951.2
965.4
885.6
950.6 1,560.6 1,114.8
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
47025 Claiborne, TN
47027 Clay, TN
47029 Cocke, TN
1,158.7 1,044.0 1,170.5 1,064.0
902.7 1,048.2
872.2 1,044.2
1,119.2 1,068.8 1,108.6 1,056.9 1,917.8 1,767.7
47031 Coffee, TN
1,019.7 1,004.5 1,016.9 1,012.2 1,300.1 1,020.4
0.0
47033 Crockett, TN
1,170.8 1,316.0 1,094.8 1,362.7 1,627.5 1,107.6
0.0
0.0
47035 Cumberland, TN
1,100.7 1,011.9 1,101.2 1,020.3
0.0
0.0
47037 Davidson, TN
901.3
904.5
975.7
963.9
0.0
784.1
808.7
241.2
212.8
47039 Decatur, TN
1,094.3 1,431.8 1,125.5 1,432.5
0.0
0.0
47041 DeKalb, TN
1,055.5 1,174.7 1,052.8 1,161.4
0.0
0.0
867.3
0.0
0.0
1,251.8 1,160.1 1,245.9 1,183.1 1,343.8 1,023.1
0.0
47043 Dickson, TN
47045 Dyer, TN
47047 Fayette, TN
47049 Fentress, TN
791.0
900.3
852.6
853.6
793.2
872.8
857.6
941.9
874.6
960.1
1,073.9 1,197.9 1,076.8 1,201.5
0.0
0.0
78.8
130.4
0.0
0.0
749.2
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
47051 Franklin, TN
1,081.3 1,072.9 1,094.5 1,089.2 1,003.3
863.4
0.0
0.0
47053 Gibson, TN
1,412.9 1,413.0 1,532.3 1,499.0
959.7 1,099.9
0.0
0.0
47055 Giles, TN
1,089.5 1,087.9 1,122.1 1,126.8
919.4
901.8
0.0
0.0
911.6
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
47059 Greene, TN
1,017.0 1,021.6 1,036.2 1,024.8
940.9
0.0
0.0
0.0
47061 Grundy, TN
1,234.9 1,101.6 1,241.9 1,107.4
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
47063 Hamblen, TN
1,108.8 1,032.8 1,094.9 1,026.9 1,551.0 1,295.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
47057 Grainger, TN
857.4
913.6
863.5
47065 Hamilton, TN
1,042.3 1,059.9 1,062.3 1,098.3 1,050.2
47067 Hancock, TN
1,207.2 1,191.2 1,215.6 1,198.8
47069 Hardeman, TN
1,134.6 1,118.5 1,344.3 1,328.2
827.1
0.0
0.0
0.0
47071 Hardin, TN
1,176.6 1,118.7 1,160.0 1,116.4 1,694.9 1,259.8
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
924.4
936.3
839.1
992.6
0.0
926.3
254.7
255.6
47073 Hawkins, TN
927.0
47075 Haywood, TN
977.0 1,114.0 1,229.1 1,337.2
756.3
923.6
0.0
0.0
0.0
47077 Henderson, TN
1,088.3 1,108.5 1,121.4 1,126.2
658.5
961.5
0.0
0.0
0.0
47079 Henry, TN
1,435.8 1,454.2 1,436.0 1,474.6 1,513.2 1,301.8
0.0
0.0
0.0
47081 Hickman, TN
1,124.5 1,010.0 1,150.1 1,015.6
0.0
0.0
0.0
47083 Houston, TN
1,076.1 1,135.2 1,120.7 1,162.5
0.0
0.0
0.0
47085 Humphreys, TN
1,108.7 1,175.5 1,152.0 1,191.5
47087 Jackson, TN
1,422.4 1,402.1 1,429.6 1,410.7
47089 Jefferson, TN
47091 Johnson, TN
47093 Knox, TN
936.6
913.3
933.8
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
913.9 1,303.5 1,072.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
1,103.6 1,133.2 1,102.6 1,121.2
957.2
961.6
956.0
978.1 1,125.7
1,609.3 1,808.4 1,559.4 1,872.2 1,818.2 1,589.6
47097 Lauderdale, TN
1,205.4 1,122.9 1,276.2 1,159.9 1,066.6 1,048.8
939.4
47101 Lewis, TN
1,056.6
47103 Lincoln, TN
47105 Loudon, TN
47107 McMinn, TN
984.2
950.0
980.7
992.2 1,059.1
993.0
0.0
950.3
47095 Lake, TN
47099 Lawrence, TN
0.0
1,618.1
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
1,206.5 1,143.2 1,190.4 1,150.3 1,531.4 1,158.8
0.0
0.0
0.0
1,093.3 1,084.3 1,089.7 1,090.6
0.0
0.0
0.0
974.4 1,041.8
987.7 1,056.2
758.2
273
793.0
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HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
FEMALE MORTALITY FROM ALL CAUSES
(Crude Death Rates per 100,000 Females by Race/Ethnicity)
FIPS
Code County Name
47109 McNairy, TN
47111 Macon, TN
19982000
2000
Female Female
Death Death
Rate
Rate
2000
White
Female
Death
Rate
19982000
White
Female
Death
Rate
1,425.8 1,202.5 1,463.4 1,247.0
939.5
988.8
948.8
2000
Black
Female
Death
Rate
979.2
986.6
982.5
19982000
Black
Female
Death
Rate
2000
AmInd
Female
Death
Rate
19982000
AmInd
Female
Death
Rate
2000
API
Female
Death
Rate
19982000
API
Female
Death
Rate
2000
Hisp
Female
Death
Rate
19982000
Hisp
Female
Death
Rate
686.5
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
910.4
0.0
47113 Madison, TN
1,029.2 1,037.0 1,064.8 1,110.6
47115 Marion, TN
1,142.3 1,030.2 1,092.3 1,003.5 2,329.2 1,506.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
47117 Marshall, TN
934.4
949.0
985.9
982.6
440.5
696.1
0.0
0.0
0.0
47119 Maury, TN
901.6
962.8
908.1 1,007.1
914.1
0.0
47121 Meigs, TN
757.8
813.0
771.8
47123 Monroe, TN
905.9 1,004.1
47125 Montgomery, TN
47127 Moore, TN
790.7
0.0
829.9
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
921.4 1,007.7
1,127.8
0.0
0.0
0.0
619.5
619.1
697.5
660.6
1,001.0
930.4
999.3
927.7
932.9
967.5
938.9
973.1
391.6
539.3
0.0
341.0
256.6
153.9
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
47131 Obion, TN
1,180.0 1,209.3 1,131.3 1,215.7 1,639.3 1,200.4
0.0
0.0
0.0
47133 Overton, TN
1,170.5 1,083.8 1,178.3 1,087.5
47135 Perry, TN
1,147.6 1,146.1 1,146.7 1,148.8
47129 Morgan, TN
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
47137 Pickett, TN
1,273.4 1,360.3 1,279.0 1,363.6
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
47139 Polk, TN
1,173.6 1,316.0 1,180.4 1,325.7
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
47141 Putnam, TN
1,035.0
954.0 1,054.8
980.1
0.0
0.0
47143 Rhea, TN
1,040.0
957.9 1,066.5
975.5
0.0
0.0
47145 Roane, TN
1,065.0 1,099.0 1,064.0 1,095.5 1,094.9 1,327.4
0.0
0.0
47147 Robertson, TN
938.6
889.2
894.3
883.6 1,434.7
968.1
0.0
47149 Rutherford, TN
620.1
590.8
630.3
609.5
524.4
0.0
47151 Scott, TN
906.2
966.3
911.1
972.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
1,028.8 1,058.2 1,035.8 1,044.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
47153 Sequatchie, TN
47155 Sevier, TN
957.9
894.7
970.0
905.2
47157 Shelby, TN
891.8
884.6 1,017.7
951.1
638.7
802.1
839.1
0.0
0.0
0.0
146.1
206.2
122.2
168.7
47159 Smith, TN
1,078.7 1,095.1 1,036.0 1,069.1 2,745.1 1,935.5
0.0
0.0
0.0
47161 Stewart, TN
1,094.7 1,098.4 1,105.0 1,113.4
0.0
0.0
0.0
47163 Sullivan, TN
1,122.6 1,058.7 1,128.1 1,066.3 1,137.9 1,051.9
0.0
47165 Sumner, TN
805.1
800.9
821.9
817.6
699.6
669.3
0.0
0.0
47167 Tipton, TN
956.9
847.4
935.9
863.3 1,061.9
812.2
0.0
0.0
47169 Trousdale, TN
1,573.5 1,311.4 1,418.4 1,248.4 2,803.7 1,730.8
0.0
0.0
0.0
47171 Unicoi, TN
1,259.1 1,276.6 1,266.4 1,281.2
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
47173 Union, TN
681.0
47175 Van Buren, TN
832.1 1,149.9
826.7
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
835.8 1,155.6
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
47177 Warren, TN
1,021.8 1,050.1 1,028.1 1,044.3
907.7 1,408.5
0.0
0.0
0.0
47179 Washington, TN
1,059.6 1,018.0 1,074.0 1,037.5
941.6
720.8
0.0
0.0
0.0
590.8
882.4
47181 Wayne, TN
822.8
881.8 1,015.5
684.6
0.0
879.9 1,021.4
47183 Weakley, TN
1,018.3 1,135.3 1,063.9 1,165.0
47185 White, TN
1,316.2 1,105.0 1,319.4 1,113.9
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
47187 Williamson, TN
499.4
528.7
489.1
524.9
789.4
672.5
0.0
47189 Wilson, TN
667.0
733.6
627.5
717.8 1,258.1
963.6
84 REGION IV
926.8
930.6
993.4
992.7
765.7
776.6
335.5
372.3
147.5
158.0
377.2
423.9
91 UNITED STATES
855.0
860.2
912.3
913.4
733.0
746.7
346.1
391.2
262.3
265.8
274.6
283.7
0.0
Note: Rates are suppressed for < 5 occurrences for year 2000 county-level data. 3-yr average county-level rates are suppressed for < 5
occurrences, except 0. Hispanics can be of any race. Rates should be considered with population to assess the potential impact of small numbers.
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FEMALE MORTALITY FROM LEADING CAUSES
(Deaths for Females)
1998199819982000
2000
199819981998- 2000
2000
2000 2000
1998Heart Heart 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 Pneum/ Pneum/ Unint Unint 2000
2000
FIPS
Disease Disease Cancer Cancer Stroke Stroke CLRD CLRD Influenza Influenza Injury Injury Diabetes Diabetes
Code County Name Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths
6,940
6,887
4,425
931
934
01001 Autauga, AL
01 ALABAMA
44
54
36
38
16
18
5
7
01003 Baldwin, AL
154
175
164
143
49
52
30
34
01005 Barbour, AL
49
50
33
27
17
15
7
01007 Bibb, AL
25
27
16
19
8
12
6
01009 Blount, AL
50
71
63
49
18
22
12
11
01011 Bullock, AL
29
27
11
10
6
7
2
1
01013 Butler, AL
42
48
22
20
10
13
5
4
01015 Calhoun, AL
4,409 1,968 1,931
644
720
779
788
3
8
6
8
8
14
20
25
19
18
5
3
5
6
3
4
237
222
123
130
40
50
40
30
01017 Chambers, AL
76
71
47
40
35
29
13
9
01019 Cherokee, AL
34
44
27
25
7
8
01021 Chilton, AL
71
57
35
39
18
19
01023 Choctaw, AL
22
27
17
18
7
8
01025 Clarke, AL
48
42
26
24
12
15
01027 Clay, AL
30
32
16
17
12
9
01029 Cleburne, AL
27
24
16
16
5
4
8
657
13
13
19
3
6
5
9
8
4
3
3
2
7
5
3
21
24
22
16
16
4
9
11
6
7
4
7
6
7
7
6
8
9
2
6
3
5
5
5
4
1
5
3
3
2
2
3
2
2
5
8
5
796
4
8
4
2
6
5
1
10
6
01031 Coffee, AL
87
81
42
44
19
17
14
16
6
8
9
5
6
7
01033 Colbert, AL
94
98
65
64
24
32
11
15
10
7
15
10
7
7
01035 Conecuh, AL
38
37
16
20
9
8
2
2
4
5
01037 Coosa, AL
20
21
9
9
6
5
2
1
3
2
01039 Covington, AL
83
79
55
54
26
29
6
7
01041 Crenshaw, AL
34
35
15
17
8
7
7
5
142
141
87
77
42
31
17
17
01043 Cullman, AL
7
9
5
5
19
8
6
6
10
4
2
13
7
12
9
16
11
13
10
7
8
10
01045 Dale, AL
59
67
49
44
15
15
10
11
8
8
01047 Dallas, AL
92
87
58
56
26
25
9
11
9
5
01049 DeKalb, AL
128
126
52
56
26
29
17
14
12
12
10
13
10
7
01051 Elmore, AL
80
83
44
60
23
24
13
13
11
7
11
14
9
9
01053 Escambia, AL
01055 Etowah, AL
63
63
39
44
15
22
5
9
6
6
5
7
11
13
230
224
130
131
48
48
32
35
22
25
22
19
18
18
3
4
3
6
4
8
4
7
7
12
10
8
4
12
1
2
01057 Fayette, AL
50
46
27
22
11
11
01059 Franklin, AL
56
62
36
37
23
20
5
5
01061 Geneva, AL
54
55
20
24
13
11
01063 Greene, AL
14
20
11
10
8
5
9
4
3
2
6
01065 Hale, AL
31
38
23
21
9
9
3
2
3
01067 Henry, AL
38
32
18
16
5
8
6
3
2
138
129
90
91
34
38
01069 Houston, AL
27
25
10
10
11
12
2
13
10
01071 Jackson, AL
96
90
50
49
23
20
10
11
5
4
7
7
12
12
01073 Jefferson, AL
995
996
689
739
374
362
165
156
117
125
94
120
140
149
3
7
3
5
4
16
18
15
14
15
14
14
12
01075 Lamar, AL
01077 Lauderdale, AL
01079 Lawrence, AL
35
31
17
17
15
10
122
121
96
90
51
43
2
67
55
40
35
15
13
4
8
5
7
9
8
01081 Lee, AL
102
102
70
75
34
32
18
14
13
10
15
15
12
10
01083 Limestone, AL
130
141
39
34
20
15
9
9
2
9
10
6
9
23
28
11
10
1
2
01085 Lowndes, AL
3
275
3
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FEMALE MORTALITY FROM LEADING CAUSES
(Deaths for Females)
FIPS
Code County Name
01087 Macon, AL
1998199819982000
2000
199819981998- 2000
2000
2000 2000
1998Heart Heart 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 Pneum/ Pneum/ Unint Unint 2000
2000
Disease Disease Cancer Cancer Stroke Stroke CLRD CLRD Influenza Influenza Injury Injury Diabetes Diabetes
Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths
51
44
23
26
15
12
01089 Madison, AL
277
309
256
238
83
83
1
3
5
7
7
6
26
25
30
33
42
47
01091 Marengo, AL
40
41
30
23
18
16
01093 Marion, AL
65
57
38
36
7
14
10
4
5
4
7
10
9
8
5
9
8
8
01095 Marshall, AL
170
145
77
77
54
51
7
22
21
6
11
14
19
11
11
01097 Mobile, AL
632
609
409
400
172
01099 Monroe, AL
39
44
26
24
13
155
74
76
62
53
58
63
71
67
9
5
5
5
5
3
7
01101 Montgomery, AL
311
310
202
221
9
68
74
44
47
23
25
33
29
65
69
01103 Morgan, AL
28
23
14
56
44
5
163
161
118
107
53
48
15
20
21
19
14
01105 Perry, AL
22
19
15
12
6
6
3
1
5
3
5
4
01107 Pickens, AL
61
47
18
21
8
9
4
4
01109 Pike, AL
64
64
27
25
14
13
7
2
01111 Randolph, AL
47
43
23
23
9
8
9
4
3
4
6
6
01113 Russell, AL
51
48
59
62
26
22
13
12
15
10
6
6
7
5
3
2
4
3
01115 St. Clair, AL
100
93
42
54
22
22
16
15
9
8
5
11
5
8
01117 Shelby, AL
115
102
87
89
37
34
18
19
8
9
19
18
15
14
14
16
17
20
11
7
01119 Sumter, AL
01121 Talladega, AL
31
34
9
14
5
5
123
118
76
77
37
41
11
15
2
1
4
2
01123 Tallapoosa, AL
86
76
65
49
18
19
17
14
7
8
7
9
10
8
01125 Tuscaloosa, AL
190
196
143
136
70
68
23
24
24
25
27
26
20
25
01127 Walker, AL
29
23
12
17
19
17
20
14
165
167
82
81
01129 Washington, AL
25
28
18
15
01131 Wilcox, AL
22
25
10
12
51
47
22
22
01133 Winston, AL
12 FLORIDA
12001 Alachua, FL
12003 Baker, FL
12005 Bay, FL
19
14
7
1
1
4
6
5
5
2
1
1
11
11
6
3
6
7
5
1,665 2,050 2,039
2,135
2,108
23
26
18
15
25,058 25,187 18,061 17,874 6,092 6,161 4,480 4,482
128
144
166
167
26
22
17
19
230
221
174
151
70
41
76
40
41
6
7
8
44
40
45
1,767
19
18
21
3
22
18
23
4
33
30
5
4
3
12007 Bradford, FL
31
35
23
21
7
9
11
8
6
7
4
6
4
12009 Brevard, FL
782
761
663
608
209
198
175
157
53
45
51
49
70
55
12011 Broward, FL
2,846
2,875
1,853
1,878
613
630
405
397
162
147
150
168
155
167
12013 Calhoun, FL
23
25
9
11
6
4
12015 Charlotte, FL
383
357
243
244
65
74
24
22
4
66
60
1
38
41
3
21
19
4
12017 Citrus, FL
261
285
213
208
65
70
66
67
25
19
29
25
24
23
12019 Clay, FL
136
148
113
114
39
38
42
38
11
9
15
14
13
16
12021 Collier, FL
312
318
279
273
90
74
73
66
14
15
33
37
19
17
12023 Columbia, FL
69
77
65
60
25
20
21
22
11
8
10
9
11
8
12027 DeSoto, FL
56
45
32
28
7
9
7
8
5
3
7
7
8
6
12029 Dixie, FL
19
17
16
14
5
9
7
1
5
5
12031 Duval, FL
899
938
772
752
246
263
182
180
90
85
88
92
114
113
12033 Escambia, FL
36
2
342
377
289
304
151
143
86
79
40
37
36
46
46
12035 Flagler, FL
84
72
80
75
16
20
12
19
12
7
6
8
9
12037 Franklin, FL
13
18
19
17
5
4
5
3
1
2
276
2
Quality
.
Resource
.
Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
FEMALE MORTALITY FROM LEADING CAUSES
(Deaths for Females)
FIPS
Code County Name
1998199819982000
2000
199819981998- 2000
2000
2000 2000
1998Heart Heart 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 Pneum/ Pneum/ Unint Unint 2000
2000
Disease Disease Cancer Cancer Stroke Stroke CLRD CLRD Influenza Influenza Injury Injury Diabetes Diabetes
Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths
12039 Gadsden, FL
58
54
46
44
14
15
5
3
12041 Gilchrist, FL
22
22
18
17
10
8
4
2
2
1
12043 Glades, FL
13
12
9
11
2
1
0
1
1
12045 Gulf, FL
18
25
15
19
5
0
2
1
12047 Hamilton, FL
17
15
11
11
4
1
1
12049 Hardee, FL
29
32
10
17
5
2
12051 Hendry, FL
12053 Hernando, FL
12055 Highlands, FL
12057 Hillsborough, FL
12059 Holmes, FL
12061 Indian River, FL
9
9
5
6
4
10
10
7
11
6
9
6
18
12
2
6
5
38
37
35
27
9
8
9
6
2
7
5
9
6
239
275
229
215
79
77
52
58
11
14
21
18
14
19
179
189
119
129
55
54
29
29
12
18
13
15
18
20
1,306
1,221
921
890
335
366
252
253
65
68
121
131
167
155
14
15
15
19
5
8
6
7
40
43
15
16
10
6
12
8
189
205
183
173
90
95
35
40
16
3
3
3
12063 Jackson, FL
87
89
43
47
29
24
14
4
13
16
12065 Jefferson, FL
14
16
12
15
6
10
2
1
7
4
12067 Lafayette, FL
7
9
7
6
2
1
0
445
412
326
304
136
125
75
80
31
26
30
33
35
34
12069 Lake, FL
4
1
1
12071 Lee, FL
820
786
549
560
162
159
131
143
48
43
83
69
60
62
12073 Leon, FL
171
171
186
183
78
73
49
37
21
14
36
25
36
29
12075 Levy, FL
49
54
44
41
13
14
8
11
6
5
9
7
6
5
12077 Liberty, FL
13
10
7
7
12079 Madison, FL
36
37
16
17
12081 Manatee, FL
549
561
379
12083 Marion, FL
471
440
361
12085 Martin, FL
261
257
12086 Miami-Dade, FL
3,385
2
1
1
1
7
7
4
3
6
7
6
1
368
132
120
97
91
35
32
41
44
37
36
369
153
132
102
86
25
23
37
37
50
39
192
197
71
67
45
42
8
6
13
12
11
14
3,392 1,833
1,912
537
574
364
388
230
237
257
245
274
297
9
9
15
15
12087 Monroe, FL
61
69
74
77
17
20
19
17
6
5
8
11
12089 Nassau, FL
72
70
48
48
13
17
17
18
9
9
18
9
192
186
160
155
46
46
38
43
18
19
22
21
4
5
3
90
89
89
93
12091 Okaloosa, FL
12093 Okeechobee, FL
12095 Orange, FL
12097 Osceola, FL
12099 Palm Beach, FL
12101 Pasco, FL
12103 Pinellas, FL
5
58
63
38
37
14
11
10
12
8
7
937
883
703
655
228
211
175
170
87
85
193
129
141
57
49
47
41
17
16
20
22
24
22
2,285 1,541
1,524
482
494
275
306
135
111
143
150
114
137
568
564
153
164
182
169
40
45
54
57
68
63
1,815 1,337
1,358
461
512
358
385
127
118
111
106
134
128
185
2,193
712
1,771
727
12105 Polk, FL
853
866
559
534
176
172
135
144
50
57
63
67
70
66
12107 Putnam, FL
119
115
96
87
26
27
30
28
11
9
13
13
16
18
12109 St. Johns, FL
121
118
141
138
37
35
46
37
22
17
21
16
12
13
12111 St. Lucie, FL
360
336
265
252
60
70
52
61
19
16
31
27
31
27
12113 Santa Rosa, FL
116
111
99
93
39
33
39
35
8
10
18
18
17
16
12115 Sarasota, FL
691
702
572
545
222
241
175
158
63
58
60
56
37
34
12117 Seminole, FL
409
401
289
302
95
85
80
76
30
25
35
32
52
43
12119 Sumter, FL
101
97
69
63
22
16
7
12
6
4
10
7
10
54
53
29
37
16
19
17
16
4
6
5
12121 Suwannee, FL
277
6
7
Quality
.
Resource
.
Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
FEMALE MORTALITY FROM LEADING CAUSES
(Deaths for Females)
FIPS
Code County Name
1998199819982000
2000
199819981998- 2000
2000
2000 2000
1998Heart Heart 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 Pneum/ Pneum/ Unint Unint 2000
2000
Disease Disease Cancer Cancer Stroke Stroke CLRD CLRD Influenza Influenza Injury Injury Diabetes Diabetes
Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths
12123 Taylor, FL
21
27
25
21
12125 Union, FL
8
10
11
9
12127 Volusia, FL
786
833
644
617
12129 Wakulla, FL
33
30
11
16
12131 Walton, FL
73
68
40
41
12133 Washington, FL
36
32
21
21
9
13 GEORGIA
8,910
9,000 6,468
30
30
17
13
13003 Atkinson, GA
8
9
7
5
17
20
8
12
13007 Baker, GA
5
13009 Baldwin, GA
49
55
13011 Banks, GA
20
15
13013 Barrow, GA
62
50
31
31
8
5
4
2
3
5
4
1
235
177
187
9
8
10
7
23
23
10
15
8
14
9
262
6,242 2,832 2,746 1,496 1,410
13001 Appling, GA
13005 Bacon, GA
6
6
5
5
5
4
5
3
946 1,096 1,109
809
814
1
2
1
1
1
1
0
5
5
3
1
3
2
5
28
24
6
6
26
24
14
9
9
10
8
11
69
79
58
58
32
26
12
12
37
26
23
8
8
7
6
40
42
13
151
64
72
13023 Bleckley, GA
11
18
18
13
6
4
13025 Brantley, GA
13
15
18
12
13027 Brooks, GA
46
37
13
13
13029 Bryan, GA
15
17
15
15
13031 Bulloch, GA
53
63
38
33
19
22
13033 Burke, GA
30
34
13
16
5
5
13035 Butts, GA
32
26
14
14
9
9
8
5
6
6
2
5
6
6
2
5
7
8
7
8
12
11
2
5
4
4
28
21
3
7
3
23
24
1
21
25
1
2
2
3
0
2
1
2
1
9
3
4
3
1
2
5
1
5
4
4
11
3
3
31
13
1
3
3
151
4
1
5
25
83
1
2
246
1
87
6
5
26
61
5
1
251
53
5
3
11
4
6
18
13037 Calhoun, GA
1,004
7
1
1
5
3
13017 Ben Hill, GA
13021 Bibb, GA
50
4
13015 Bartow, GA
13019 Berrien, GA
44
10
6
7
6
6
8
7
5
5
7
3
7
4
6
5
1
8
6
2
4
2
3
5
1
0
1
2
3
3
13039 Camden, GA
29
29
19
18
3
5
0
5
13043 Candler, GA
18
18
11
9
4
3
5
4
1
13045 Carroll, GA
113
105
75
81
56
44
13
15
7
9
18
20
6
7
13047 Catoosa, GA
66
63
53
47
16
15
18
15
4
10
8
10
7
13049 Charlton, GA
18
15
2
0
13051 Chatham, GA
325
332
27
27
13055 Chattooga, GA
49
13057 Cherokee, GA
13059 Clarke, GA
249
240
46
25
84
90
82
94
13053 Chattahoochee, GA
13061 Clay, GA
13063 Clayton, GA
13065 Clinch, GA
13067 Cobb, GA
7
3
86
87
25
14
90
84
68
65
5
62
58
13
5
27
26
37
36
45
46
119
116
3
5
6
6
5
195
183
152
136
7
11
9
5
419
430
363
366
3
2
1
37
33
5
6
4
29
25
10
8
19
16
5
8
12
12
9
7
11
14
8
9
40
36
17
14
26
18
13
15
88
87
34
35
76
61
34
31
9
8
0
1
4
31
0
1
7
5
1
1
1
2
25
1
1
0
1
2
1
1
13069 Coffee, GA
60
48
22
22
11
15
7
7
9
7
9
8
13071 Colquitt, GA
65
72
48
39
11
17
11
9
7
9
8
9
3
13073 Columbia, GA
69
68
63
63
28
22
10
11
10
8
12
12
5
13075 Cook, GA
18
28
17
17
18
12
2
5
3
2
278
4
Quality
.
Resource
.
Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
FEMALE MORTALITY FROM LEADING CAUSES
(Deaths for Females)
FIPS
Code County Name
13077 Coweta, GA
1998199819982000
2000
199819981998- 2000
2000
2000 2000
1998Heart Heart 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 Pneum/ Pneum/ Unint Unint 2000
2000
Disease Disease Cancer Cancer Stroke Stroke CLRD CLRD Influenza Influenza Injury Injury Diabetes Diabetes
Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths
84
82
55
60
32
32
9
8
10
8
6
3
13081 Crisp, GA
29
33
28
26
11
11
13083 Dade, GA
24
24
16
13
8
13085 Dawson, GA
13
12
13
11
13087 Decatur, GA
57
54
24
27
12
14
13089 DeKalb, GA
446
486
433
436
164
159
13091 Dodge, GA
24
35
14
17
7
9
13093 Dooly, GA
23
18
11
10
5
7
3
13079 Crawford, GA
13095 Dougherty, GA
26
21
14
10
20
13
6
7
7
7
2
1
1
5
4
5
8
2
1
1
3
3
1
3
5
4
3
8
6
6
5
80
76
65
66
72
75
55
53
7
6
5
6
4
2
1
1
6
2
1
1
107
114
95
90
42
39
27
19
8
13
8
9
9
11
13097 Douglas, GA
81
77
63
61
23
22
19
13
11
9
11
13
6
7
13099 Early, GA
22
26
13
14
9
10
2
2
3
4
1
0
0
0
0
5
2
4
3
3
3
5
4
1
13101 Echols, GA
2
1
13103 Effingham, GA
41
37
31
25
9
10
13105 Elbert, GA
39
40
25
23
10
13
13107 Emanuel, GA
35
33
19
18
10
10
11
5
2
5
13109 Evans, GA
16
14
11
12
10
11
6
3
2
1
1
13111 Fannin, GA
23
29
32
24
11
8
7
7
5
4
4
13113 Fayette, GA
8
5
5
66
71
43
56
19
21
13
13
14
11
6
7
148
167
107
95
47
43
20
17
17
22
16
14
13117 Forsyth, GA
87
76
57
45
27
20
17
13
10
9
8
13119 Franklin, GA
46
40
26
18
14
10
8
5
5
4
13121 Fulton, GA
846
865
666
645
258
246
103
113
97
97
13123 Gilmer, GA
36
36
23
24
10
6
4
7
5
4
3
5
6
2
0
1
0
1
13115 Floyd, GA
13125 Glascock, GA
13127 Glynn, GA
3
82
4
15
12
9
4
3
3
97
98
103
92
88
80
31
31
23
21
10
10
7
13
13129 Gordon, GA
57
51
37
37
29
20
13
9
7
9
13
10
13131 Grady, GA
44
41
23
27
13
11
4
4
7
4
5
4
13133 Greene, GA
25
28
24
14
9
7
3
2
2
5
5
272
258
262
252
87
81
72
62
24
30
47
46
33
34
17
17
9
10
161
143
114
91
49
52
22
22
19
14
13141 Hancock, GA
16
17
7
10
1
1
13143 Haralson, GA
35
39
25
27
15
12
8
6
4
13145 Harris, GA
25
24
20
19
8
8
2
4
3
6
3
13147 Hart, GA
42
39
27
24
9
13
5
3
3
5
5
13149 Heard, GA
7
13
9
7
6
7
2
1
5
4
13151 Henry, GA
113
99
90
79
28
30
12
17
7
16
14
12
8
13153 Houston, GA
13
16
9
12
8
8
11
13135 Gwinnett, GA
13137 Habersham, GA
13139 Hall, GA
5
6
39
23
6
4
36
44
44
6
5
4
20
17
22
2
1
5
6
3
3
2
108
111
84
76
32
32
13155 Irwin, GA
19
15
11
9
5
4
13157 Jackson, GA
49
54
49
39
23
17
13159 Jasper, GA
16
23
6
10
2
1
1
1
1
13161 Jeff Davis, GA
37
29
9
9
4
3
2
3
3
13163 Jefferson, GA
40
33
22
18
9
2
4
2
3
7
279
13
5
92
3
12
9
2
5
5
6
11
2
2
8
5
Quality
.
Resource
.
Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
FEMALE MORTALITY FROM LEADING CAUSES
(Deaths for Females)
FIPS
Code County Name
1998199819982000
2000
199819981998- 2000
2000
2000 2000
1998Heart Heart 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 Pneum/ Pneum/ Unint Unint 2000
2000
Disease Disease Cancer Cancer Stroke Stroke CLRD CLRD Influenza Influenza Injury Injury Diabetes Diabetes
Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths
13165 Jenkins, GA
14
13
5
6
9
5
1
1
2
13167 Johnson, GA
14
17
8
9
5
5
1
2
0
1
13169 Jones, GA
18
21
15
19
4
5
2
4
13171 Lamar, GA
21
20
17
16
13
9
2
3
3
13173 Lanier, GA
10
10
9
7
6
4
2
2
2
13175 Laurens, GA
71
77
29
35
27
30
13177 Lee, GA
26
14
12
11
9
5
13179 Liberty, GA
37
30
26
24
12
10
13181 Lincoln, GA
19
14
11
10
8
7
12
7
13185 Lowndes, GA
104
115
59
69
43
38
14
15
13187 Lumpkin, GA
19
19
18
15
14
8
5
3
13189 McDuffie, GA
35
37
18
20
10
9
3
13191 McIntosh, GA
11
17
7
9
3
13193 Macon, GA
22
24
12
13
6
6
13195 Madison, GA
33
33
36
26
8
8
7
10
6
4
28
34
22
19
13183 Long, GA
13197 Marion, GA
13199 Meriwether, GA
9
22
14
7
2
4
2
2
1
9
6
9
6
4
2
1
8
2
1
2
2
1
1
8
9
8
8
3
7
0
9
7
3
4
4
4
3
1
1
2
1
3
5
1
8
6
4
1
4
2
1
1
1
3
12
13
4
5
7
2
14
13
5
6
3
0
34
33
18
22
12
11
4
13207 Monroe, GA
41
37
22
20
6
13209 Montgomery, GA
18
15
13211 Morgan, GA
23
30
13215 Muscogee, GA
14
12
3
2
6
13205 Mitchell, GA
13213 Murray, GA
8
1
13201 Miller, GA
14
6
4
2
6
4
6
4
1
2
7
7
14
9
3
7
4
1
1
8
3
3
7
3
1
1
2
1
14
5
1
1
3
1
27
31
31
27
7
9
5
5
3
6
4
273
283
160
178
76
68
42
45
31
33
23
22
18
21
3
13
10
13
9
10
11
7
6
13217 Newton, GA
70
66
44
47
28
33
13219 Oconee, GA
24
30
14
16
10
7
3
3
3
13221 Oglethorpe, GA
20
20
13
10
7
6
2
0
2
5
2
13223 Paulding, GA
58
48
59
46
15
12
6
9
11
13
7
5
6
5
4
2
4
7
2
13
6
2
3
2
3
1
2
2
0
7
8
3
4
0
5
3
2
13225 Peach, GA
27
31
28
25
10
9
13227 Pickens, GA
30
33
18
17
8
6
13229 Pierce, GA
24
25
11
12
8
6
13231 Pike, GA
19
16
14
13
7
4
13233 Polk, GA
59
69
35
39
17
17
5
14
11
5
7
4
5
13235 Pulaski, GA
18
17
12
12
7
9
4
2
13237 Putnam, GA
21
21
14
15
7
6
2
3
24
22
24
19
6
5
13239 Quitman, GA
13241 Rabun, GA
3
1
2
2
7
3
2
5
5
0
0
0
6
3
2
3
13243 Randolph, GA
18
20
12
9
7
8
13245 Richmond, GA
238
262
195
180
72
69
52
44
27
27
26
28
16
21
13247 Rockdale, GA
64
59
50
50
22
26
9
10
5
5
13
9
9
7
5
5
4
13249 Schley, GA
1
2
0
13251 Screven, GA
19
26
19
19
7
12
3
13253 Seminole, GA
18
14
5
8
5
6
2
280
2
3
1
6
3
1
6
2
0
3
5
1
1
1
Quality
.
Resource
.
Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
FEMALE MORTALITY FROM LEADING CAUSES
(Deaths for Females)
FIPS
Code County Name
1998199819982000
2000
199819981998- 2000
2000
2000 2000
1998Heart Heart 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 Pneum/ Pneum/ Unint Unint 2000
2000
Disease Disease Cancer Cancer Stroke Stroke CLRD CLRD Influenza Influenza Injury Injury Diabetes Diabetes
Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths
13255 Spalding, GA
112
99
56
61
35
37
13257 Stephens, GA
47
47
36
30
17
13
13259 Stewart, GA
11
10
7
7
13261 Sumter, GA
60
53
38
34
21
19
13263 Talbot, GA
12
13
6
5
6
4
2
13267 Tattnall, GA
23
31
24
13269 Taylor, GA
19
18
13271 Telfair, GA
30
30
13273 Terrell, GA
18
13275 Thomas, GA
13277 Tift, GA
13265 Taliaferro, GA
13
3
15
23
19
6
8
6
7
5
6
6
3
8
9
1
1
9
3
3
1
2
2
2
0
1
1
0
4
6
3
1
2
1
2
2
5
1
1
4
2
2
2
2
12
3
5
7
2
20
14
14
9
9
8
6
7
10
6
8
24
20
16
8
9
58
64
48
53
26
31
13
11
8
6
6
6
55
51
40
29
15
13
7
7
8
6
4
10
13279 Toombs, GA
36
42
22
26
17
14
8
3
7
7
5
3
13281 Towns, GA
18
17
11
14
6
1
2
2
1
13283 Treutlen, GA
11
14
5
3
3
1
2
13285 Troup, GA
109
107
72
64
36
38
15
10
13287 Turner, GA
20
18
8
11
8
7
6
13289 Twiggs, GA
25
20
5
6
13291 Union, GA
29
34
22
20
5
7
2
11
9
6
10
10
7
7
1
5
4
5
1
2
4
0
2
3
1
11
9
3
4
3
1
13293 Upson, GA
53
53
39
33
30
27
10
10
7
6
9
8
13295 Walker, GA
117
117
76
66
28
32
23
22
10
9
12
10
2
5
7
11
13297 Walton, GA
74
68
31
36
32
22
12
10
7
5
9
9
8
6
13299 Ware, GA
68
65
34
39
17
19
10
8
7
6
5
6
9
6
13301 Warren, GA
14
13
6
9
3
2
2
0
3
13303 Washington, GA
30
29
24
21
8
8
3
4
4
3
13305 Wayne, GA
29
32
14
17
19
18
4
4
2
1
1
0
1
1
0
1
1
1
3
2
3
13307 Webster, GA
5
3
2
5
4
13309 Wheeler, GA
13
11
13311 White, GA
34
30
17
16
9
10
5
4
13313 Whitfield, GA
93
90
71
72
34
34
17
12
6
16
12
9
13
1
12
13
13315 Wilcox, GA
15
14
10
8
3
2
3
1
2
13317 Wilkes, GA
21
20
15
14
5
5
3
2
2
3
13319 Wilkinson, GA
17
16
7
7
5
5
3
1
5
2
1
13321 Worth, GA
35
35
22
18
6
9
3
3
5
4
663
644
611
602
10
21 KENTUCKY
6,196
6,160 4,238
4,169 1,619 1,664 1,100 1,062
21001 Adair, KY
20
23
23
17
7
8
21003 Allen, KY
36
30
18
19
13
12
21005 Anderson, KY
21
19
14
12
6
7
5
4
6
4
2
3
1
7
4
2
4
2
14
13
34
33
13
9
5
6
21009 Barren, KY
85
75
36
37
15
20
21011 Bath, KY
17
15
21
14
5
1
1
21013 Bell, KY
72
67
28
35
14
12
4
8
11
3
18
19
10
3
5
7
67
69
65
62
17
23
21017 Bourbon, KY
23
33
22
23
7
11
281
633
2
21007 Ballard, KY
21015 Boone, KY
4
607
1
7
7
1
1
5
4
1
8
4
5
8
6
8
7
6
7
3
4
6
4
2
Quality
.
Resource
.
Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
FEMALE MORTALITY FROM LEADING CAUSES
(Deaths for Females)
FIPS
Code County Name
1998199819982000
2000
199819981998- 2000
2000
2000 2000
1998Heart Heart 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 Pneum/ Pneum/ Unint Unint 2000
2000
Disease Disease Cancer Cancer Stroke Stroke CLRD CLRD Influenza Influenza Injury Injury Diabetes Diabetes
Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths
21019 Boyd, KY
78
88
81
74
34
34
14
15
11
9
6
8
21021 Boyle, KY
49
40
27
35
10
13
7
7
13
9
5
5
3
9
14
7
9
6
9
5
1
2
6
21023 Bracken, KY
21025 Breathitt, KY
33
30
14
14
5
4
21027 Breckinridge, KY
26
28
27
25
8
8
21029 Bullitt, KY
50
49
39
45
9
11
21031 Butler, KY
20
22
6
8
5
5
9
2
5
3
3
2
8
3
3
3
5
4
2
6
15
13
2
5
6
6
3
2
2
21033 Caldwell, KY
21
27
19
18
9
7
4
5
3
21035 Calloway, KY
70
60
38
38
14
15
5
5
11
10
7
7
6
7
21037 Campbell, KY
115
123
108
101
42
46
21
23
11
12
12
12
19
24
21039 Carlisle, KY
15
13
2
11
6
5
3
2
1
21041 Carroll, KY
28
23
13
13
8
5
2
1
1
21043 Carter, KY
48
44
33
29
6
7
7
4
21045 Casey, KY
6
4
5
5
7
11
1
2
5
8
10
11
27
26
20
17
7
9
5
101
105
54
54
29
20
16
13
8
8
21049 Clark, KY
43
42
35
33
15
11
12
8
5
5
21051 Clay, KY
37
38
21
22
5
6
6
7
3
9
13
11
11
5
1
21055 Crittenden, KY
23
25
10
10
4
2
4
2
3
21057 Cumberland, KY
19
23
11
7
5
6
2
1
2
1
43
52
21047 Christian, KY
21053 Clinton, KY
21059 Daviess, KY
25
2
4
6
2
1
143
115
104
14
12
12
5
6
1
1
2
21063 Elliott, KY
10
9
10
7
4
3
1
2
2
21065 Estill, KY
31
29
18
20
9
9
1
1
2
290
299
228
214
85
90
6
26
30
8
2
1
13
62
13
5
6
145
69
17
1
21061 Edmonson, KY
21067 Fayette, KY
34
4
4
11
21
25
20
20
2
32
31
21069 Fleming, KY
25
23
11
13
3
7
4
21071 Floyd, KY
55
63
61
53
16
14
14
15
6
5
12
7
9
12
21073 Franklin, KY
71
64
44
48
27
23
12
16
7
7
12
7
6
8
21075 Fulton, KY
22
26
5
9
4
5
3
3
2
1
21077 Gallatin, KY
14
13
14
8
1
5
3
1
1
2
3
2
2
21079 Garrard, KY
18
17
18
16
2
3
2
21081 Grant, KY
26
24
21
21
6
5
5
5
2
4
7
8
21083 Graves, KY
66
69
44
46
18
21
27
16
10
8
7
6
7
21085 Grayson, KY
40
41
27
29
11
10
5
8
7
6
6
21087 Green, KY
19
19
8
10
4
7
4
1
2
21089 Greenup, KY
62
67
45
44
21
19
8
8
8
5
4
21091 Hancock, KY
13
12
8
6
21093 Hardin, KY
83
85
85
72
19
26
19
15
11
15
17
5
7
7
3
1
6
1
3
3
2
8
6
14
6
6
5
11
10
1
1
21095 Harlan, KY
54
60
48
41
13
14
21
17
21097 Harrison, KY
37
39
11
19
8
9
6
3
3
21099 Hart, KY
41
32
24
16
8
8
2
2
5
5
21101 Henderson, KY
79
82
45
44
22
23
8
5
6
21103 Henry, KY
23
22
8
13
6
3
3
4
1
8
10
6
3
2
2
1
2
21105 Hickman, KY
282
5
11
10
4
2
2
7
6
Quality
.
Resource
.
Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
FEMALE MORTALITY FROM LEADING CAUSES
(Deaths for Females)
FIPS
Code County Name
1998199819982000
2000
199819981998- 2000
2000
2000 2000
1998Heart Heart 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 Pneum/ Pneum/ Unint Unint 2000
2000
Disease Disease Cancer Cancer Stroke Stroke CLRD CLRD Influenza Influenza Injury Injury Diabetes Diabetes
Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths
21107 Hopkins, KY
93
88
59
52
29
31
21109 Jackson, KY
28
26
10
14
6
5
21111 Jefferson, KY
25
17
17
4
234
13
3
114
9
5
2
1,141
1,168
820
819
294
287
35
28
27
27
16
13
21115 Johnson, KY
48
44
33
30
9
10
5
9
9
5
177
175
135
135
44
48
43
44
18
21
13
10
6
5
5
1
2
8
8
6
2
3
5
111
94
3
5
6
115
3
2
12
12
9
7
3
16
17
6
7
26
29
16
18
8
5
21121 Knox, KY
50
57
32
31
17
15
21123 Larue, KY
15
17
16
13
7
6
21125 Laurel, KY
78
74
66
52
17
17
12
11
21127 Lawrence, KY
29
31
23
21
6
6
5
2
3
21129 Lee, KY
10
14
12
10
2
1
1
1
21131 Leslie, KY
15
16
9
12
4
3
4
2
21133 Letcher, KY
50
44
29
28
21135 Lewis, KY
18
21
13
14
21137 Lincoln, KY
30
32
17
21
21139 Livingston, KY
17
24
10
10
21141 Logan, KY
48
55
26
28
21143 Lyon, KY
8
4
3
1
6
9
8
5
5
7
13
15
2
112
21119 Knott, KY
5
4
116
7
1
21113 Jessamine, KY
21117 Kenton, KY
231
10
9
6
3
3
4
2
1
8
4
2
1
5
5
4
16
14
8
7
5
25
18
8
9
148
74
72
36
44
16
18
21147 McCreary, KY
14
23
17
24
6
5
13
8
2
21149 McLean, KY
21
20
10
12
7
8
1
3
21151 Madison, KY
103
86
36
42
25
24
13
12
3
1
15
7
9
4
8
2
12
5
4
5
4
2
162
21145 McCracken, KY
6
2
1
5
3
5
6
2
9
1
6
1
12
11
5
2
6
4
9
5
6
21153 Magoffin, KY
15
15
13
15
3
6
5
2
4
21155 Marion, KY
25
26
22
22
8
9
7
5
9
4
2
4
21157 Marshall, KY
71
62
36
37
27
22
6
7
5
5
4
2
21159 Martin, KY
19
21
12
13
21161 Mason, KY
31
38
28
22
14
11
21163 Meade, KY
16
22
18
20
6
5
21165 Menifee, KY
8
10
6
4
1
21167 Mercer, KY
45
33
30
29
2
14
12
3
7
5
5
1
2
1
5
3
4
5
1
3
3
4
1
1
4
4
5
2
6
6
21169 Metcalfe, KY
13
19
7
7
5
2
2
21171 Monroe, KY
27
26
10
14
3
2
3
6
6
21173 Montgomery, KY
34
37
27
27
21175 Morgan, KY
21
17
13
11
11
9
5
6
3
2
2
1
6
4
2
1
4
1
3
5
2
3
1
21177 Muhlenberg, KY
75
64
36
36
25
19
7
6
7
6
10
9
21179 Nelson, KY
48
43
32
37
22
19
6
6
8
7
9
6
21181 Nicholas, KY
10
8
11
10
4
1
21183 Ohio, KY
40
39
31
29
5
5
6
4
3
6
6
21185 Oldham, KY
35
29
30
27
16
12
7
6
4
5
3
21187 Owen, KY
12
18
6
9
3
3
1
1
1
9
9
5
6
2
2
1
1
2
21191 Pendleton, KY
17
17
7
11
5
3
5
3
21193 Perry, KY
50
55
32
34
6
4
7
8
21189 Owsley, KY
4
283
5
4
7
6
5
1
1
5
4
6
3
2
3
6
5
3
6
4
Quality
.
Resource
.
Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
FEMALE MORTALITY FROM LEADING CAUSES
(Deaths for Females)
FIPS
Code County Name
21195 Pike, KY
1998199819982000
2000
199819981998- 2000
2000
2000 2000
1998Heart Heart 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 Pneum/ Pneum/ Unint Unint 2000
2000
Disease Disease Cancer Cancer Stroke Stroke CLRD CLRD Influenza Influenza Injury Injury Diabetes Diabetes
Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths
148
140
73
81
21197 Powell, KY
21
18
5
11
21199 Pulaski, KY
87
85
71
70
20
20
27
6
23
2
22
13
22
6
3
1
12
10
13
11
13
13
16
12
12
3
7
8
1
21201 Robertson, KY
7
8
1
0
1
0
21203 Rockcastle, KY
25
25
15
18
7
8
4
2
4
4
21205 Rowan, KY
26
25
25
16
7
11
4
1
2
2
21207 Russell, KY
26
27
25
23
6
9
3
21209 Scott, KY
42
40
35
28
10
13
6
6
21211 Shelby, KY
49
45
35
25
27
23
6
6
5
21213 Simpson, KY
41
31
16
15
21215 Spencer, KY
20
14
10
10
6
5
4
5
4
2
4
2
6
4
3
3
1
1
1
2
1
36
29
32
29
9
11
20
29
8
13
6
5
21221 Trigg, KY
20
22
17
14
8
12
7
9
24
30
20
18
21227 Warren, KY
7
6
5
21219 Todd, KY
21225 Union, KY
6
3
21217 Taylor, KY
21223 Trimble, KY
3
0
6
4
5
3
0
2
4
3
1
4
2
3
1
1
2
1
14
8
3
2
2
3
107
109
89
89
29
39
21229 Washington, KY
16
15
14
13
7
6
21231 Wayne, KY
29
27
20
18
3
6
6
5
6
6
16
9
9
3
6
4
4
3
13
6
12
10
3
3
6
4
2
2
5
9
22
25
16
15
7
9
21235 Whitley, KY
78
69
37
44
14
14
10
8
21237 Wolfe, KY
17
12
10
10
4
5
4
1
1
0
21239 Woodford, KY
32
25
16
19
4
2
5
3
28 MISSISSIPPI
10
2,707 1,233 1,163
569
2
12
3
21233 Webster, KY
17
3
5
5
12
8
4,919
4,903
2,752
28001 Adams, MS
80
84
37
47
17
17
28003 Alcorn, MS
83
69
43
37
29
25
28005 Amite, MS
26
20
15
13
5
3
2
1
3
4
28007 Attala, MS
27
37
10
20
11
11
3
2
4
2
28009 Benton, MS
19
17
5
9
7
1
28011 Bolivar, MS
95
85
61
47
8
13
5
28013 Calhoun, MS
37
34
11
15
21
17
1
3
2
2
2
2
5
7
2
6
5
3
3
8
544
462
437
8
17
10
8
13
10
6
561
16
2
11
9
567
411
3
13
4
2
6
3
378
6
8
0
8
2
8
3
28015 Carroll, MS
18
14
8
12
28017 Chickasaw, MS
45
34
22
21
28019 Choctaw, MS
21
19
7
10
4
1
1
2
28021 Claiborne, MS
24
28
11
9
4
1
1
2
1
28023 Clarke, MS
41
45
11
10
8
1
3
3
1
28025 Clay, MS
52
53
18
17
7
7
1
28027 Coahoma, MS
73
67
31
36
15
14
6
9
9
7
11
28029 Copiah, MS
60
56
24
25
14
13
7
6
9
5
8
8
28031 Covington, MS
27
32
17
19
5
4
28033 DeSoto, MS
97
98
96
82
29
23
18
19
7
8
23
17
23
13
28035 Forrest, MS
134
132
62
73
37
33
32
28
8
9
14
11
28037 Franklin, MS
26
28
9
9
28039 George, MS
32
27
19
22
14
10
2
1
4
1
3
9
9
3
5
1
14
22
3
1
1
2
7
3
6
6
1
5
12
9
284
Quality
.
Resource
.
Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
FEMALE MORTALITY FROM LEADING CAUSES
(Deaths for Females)
FIPS
Code County Name
1998199819982000
2000
199819981998- 2000
2000
2000 2000
1998Heart Heart 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 Pneum/ Pneum/ Unint Unint 2000
2000
Disease Disease Cancer Cancer Stroke Stroke CLRD CLRD Influenza Influenza Injury Injury Diabetes Diabetes
Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths
28041 Greene, MS
18
12
9
8
28043 Grenada, MS
48
50
28
27
2
32
26
1
6
6
2
8
8
11
2
3
7
2
28045 Hancock, MS
77
77
45
39
16
12
12
11
5
6
9
9
4
28047 Harrison, MS
310
310
199
192
63
55
34
38
11
18
36
33
9
28049 Hinds, MS
36
377
400
191
221
77
94
43
29
32
34
46
32
28051 Holmes, MS
40
43
26
23
11
12
3
5
5
5
5
5
28053 Humphreys, MS
30
26
17
11
3
3
0
0
1
0
41
49
22
23
12
10
12
6
3
7
7
4
16
24
18
28055 Issaquena, MS
28057 Itawamba, MS
28059 Jackson, MS
1
1
0
2
5
1
183
181
117
113
41
42
31
27
28061 Jasper, MS
43
37
27
19
10
8
5
4
2
4
28063 Jefferson, MS
11
15
11
8
5
4
1
2
1
2
28065 Jefferson Davis, MS
30
33
13
12
5
5
6
2
2
8
4
2
25
24
10
11
17
12
12
28067 Jones, MS
100
104
59
57
28069 Kemper, MS
31
22
7
7
28071 Lafayette, MS
46
50
25
25
28073 Lamar, MS
16
4
1
13
2
22
2
32
23
2
6
4
7
5
10
4
11
8
3
1
7
4
50
44
29
32
22
17
7
7
6
5
7
5
180
176
87
99
29
32
27
23
26
21
24
18
28077 Lawrence, MS
31
32
16
13
10
6
2
1
3
2
28079 Leake, MS
44
48
29
24
10
10
5
4
4
2
4
28081 Lee, MS
135
126
70
65
48
40
21
13
15
11
28083 Leflore, MS
111
103
38
40
25
20
10
9
5
4
28085 Lincoln, MS
70
67
43
40
27
25
5
8
15
10
5
6
28087 Lowndes, MS
59
72
48
45
22
21
8
8
5
5
9
10
28089 Madison, MS
113
93
143
96
40
31
21
15
11
10
6
10
10
28075 Lauderdale, MS
28091 Marion, MS
54
50
24
29
21
19
13
9
28093 Marshall, MS
45
49
27
33
23
18
5
4
28095 Monroe, MS
66
61
47
42
17
19
10
8
28097 Montgomery, MS
25
28
13
13
8
9
2
28099 Neshoba, MS
68
59
22
24
19
16
3
9
28101 Newton, MS
41
41
22
24
28103 Noxubee, MS
21
25
10
7
10
23
5
5
8
5
10
9
10
6
4
8
5
5
6
6
3
7
9
3
2
4
1
1
4
1
3
28
23
16
14
5
4
8
5
6
6
30
18
21
8
6
10
11
8
11
28109 Pearl River, MS
70
63
54
45
19
15
17
13
7
7
7
4
5
4
4
6
13
15
11
11
5
19
11
37
28115 Pontotoc, MS
43
45
19
20
7
8
28117 Prentiss, MS
32
32
23
20
8
11
25
18
9
8
28119 Quitman, MS
28121 Rankin, MS
28123 Scott, MS
22
21
19
16
154
156
74
73
14
8
38
51
23
26
28125 Sharkey, MS
8
10
7
8
28127 Simpson, MS
46
47
24
26
4
285
14
7
5
6
5
5
2
2
5
16
3
4
30
36
3
6
55
24
10
8
64
91
11
4
6
46
18
18
7
70
99
23
7
28107 Panola, MS
28113 Pike, MS
6
3
28105 Oktibbeha, MS
28111 Perry, MS
6
9
4
1
6
17
2
6
6
17
9
2
11
17
19
2
6
3
6
2
4
2
14
19
17
6
3
7
7
3
1
1
1
1
9
4
7
14
3
11
2
6
5
7
5
9
5
Quality
.
Resource
.
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7
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
FEMALE MORTALITY FROM LEADING CAUSES
(Deaths for Females)
FIPS
Code County Name
1998199819982000
2000
199819981998- 2000
2000
2000 2000
1998Heart Heart 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 Pneum/ Pneum/ Unint Unint 2000
2000
Disease Disease Cancer Cancer Stroke Stroke CLRD CLRD Influenza Influenza Injury Injury Diabetes Diabetes
Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths
28129 Smith, MS
29
30
12
13
28131 Stone, MS
21
25
18
14
12
8
28133 Sunflower, MS
51
61
26
28
7
12
28135 Tallahatchie, MS
28
26
9
15
7
6
28137 Tate, MS
35
38
27
27
9
8
28139 Tippah, MS
55
55
22
26
15
10
28141 Tishomingo, MS
67
55
22
24
13
12
28143 Tunica, MS
11
18
9
9
28145 Union, MS
46
44
27
24
6
3
8
17
3
2
3
3
6
3
0
5
10
6
7
7
1
7
5
2
15
3
3
6
6
1
5
4
4
10
7
2
5
4
6
6
2
4
5
5
2
1
2
2
1
7
5
3
5
6
5
6
3
28147 Walthall, MS
22
30
14
14
12
6
1
28149 Warren, MS
80
86
47
49
24
21
8
10
11
9
8
8
5
5
8
16
14
15
9
28151 Washington, MS
3
3
108
112
74
72
23
25
11
12
28153 Wayne, MS
33
36
15
17
8
6
6
4
1
3
28155 Webster, MS
17
22
10
9
9
6
5
5
2
2
28157 Wilkinson, MS
23
20
10
12
6
4
2
1
3
28159 Winston, MS
47
46
32
26
15
13
2
1
28161 Yalobusha, MS
36
30
12
16
9
8
2
2
28163 Yazoo, MS
48
47
26
26
16
16
5
4
37 NORTH CAROLINA 10,057
9,849 7,305
5
7,281 3,584 3,548 1,765 1,669
1,160
5
2
3
1
5
2
5
3
3
5
1
5
10
9
1,101 1,179 1,141
1,169
1,130
19
18
37001 Alamance, NC
179
183
140
137
68
73
26
30
17
17
28
22
37003 Alexander, NC
44
44
32
32
16
14
5
6
6
7
5
5
2
37005 Alleghany, NC
17
16
17
17
6
8
8
4
2
4
37007 Anson, NC
51
45
24
26
14
11
5
9
5
4
37009 Ashe, NC
47
46
26
29
16
15
13
11
3
5
5
3
37011 Avery, NC
32
31
17
17
5
4
6
5
4
5
2
15
37013 Beaufort, NC
4
2
9
105
106
48
52
29
22
12
18
10
37015 Bertie, NC
36
34
30
28
13
15
4
6
3
37017 Bladen, NC
70
61
25
28
25
26
6
8
7
102
97
78
75
26
30
15
9
37019 Brunswick, NC
20
9
7
5
5
4
10
9
8
6
6
8
8
8
10
11
10
22
37021 Buncombe, NC
299
315
256
248
127
120
71
71
27
36
34
32
24
37023 Burke, NC
111
115
82
86
45
40
29
25
19
15
12
14
17
15
37025 Cabarrus, NC
164
170
113
124
46
46
26
27
25
24
14
18
18
17
37027 Caldwell, NC
102
104
85
73
28
31
18
19
20
14
11
14
13
11
37029 Camden, NC
7
9
10
8
37031 Carteret, NC
96
97
70
68
12
8
22
13
13
13
4
22
24
37033 Caswell, NC
23
36
24
20
12
12
37035 Catawba, NC
182
168
130
138
69
58
1
2
1
8
7
10
26
22
32
29
27
27
22
5
3
1
3
37037 Chatham, NC
58
65
42
47
21
24
6
7
13
15
10
8
37039 Cherokee, NC
48
40
32
35
10
11
5
7
6
4
5
4
7
3
2
2
1
8
4
37041 Chowan, NC
27
27
10
15
12
10
37043 Clay, NC
13
15
15
11
6
5
37045 Cleveland, NC
155
140
105
105
55
53
22
20
15
15
14
19
15
16
37047 Columbus, NC
112
109
64
62
27
32
13
9
5
6
14
12
16
11
37049 Craven, NC
109
108
92
86
34
39
22
17
17
13
15
10
9
12
286
4
2
3
6
4
0
Quality
.
Resource
.
Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
FEMALE MORTALITY FROM LEADING CAUSES
(Deaths for Females)
FIPS
Code County Name
37051 Cumberland, NC
1998199819982000
2000
199819981998- 2000
2000
2000 2000
1998Heart Heart 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 Pneum/ Pneum/ Unint Unint 2000
2000
Disease Disease Cancer Cancer Stroke Stroke CLRD CLRD Influenza Influenza Injury Injury Diabetes Diabetes
Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths
289
257
192
195
64
67
52
48
37053 Currituck, NC
29
21
17
16
12
10
6
4
6
3
37055 Dare, NC
29
31
32
28
12
9
5
4
5
2
217
197
139
118
68
66
35
35
37059 Davie, NC
55
56
28
31
12
14
10
8
3
6
5
7
6
37061 Duplin, NC
54
64
44
49
45
39
18
10
9
14
11
17
12
229
220
192
195
89
91
41
41
26
29
35
33
17
25
96
89
62
66
33
34
7
10
7
8
8
10
14
10
386
389
302
303
125
144
71
67
58
45
46
39
52
50
5
5
10
32
28
40
35
37057 Davidson, NC
37063 Durham, NC
37065 Edgecombe, NC
37067 Forsyth, NC
32
28
24
20
29
22
33
20
39
39
1
1
17
15
37069 Franklin, NC
69
63
55
42
32
26
8
7
10
7
37071 Gaston, NC
280
271
202
188
103
85
61
67
35
31
37073 Gates, NC
22
16
12
14
5
2
2
2
37075 Graham, NC
14
14
10
8
3
4
2
3
2
37077 Granville, NC
60
51
38
42
6
6
7
56
58
13
19
37079 Greene, NC
20
20
22
18
5
5
37081 Guilford, NC
494
462
393
397
200
198
8
6
99
83
8
7
80
67
4
2
2
6
3
48
43
37083 Halifax, NC
93
99
57
61
28
35
15
13
10
10
10
8
6
12
37085 Harnett, NC
104
102
73
75
37
33
20
17
18
14
20
13
15
15
17
13
37087 Haywood, NC
90
98
57
66
30
31
19
15
15
12
12
11
145
129
134
111
50
52
39
40
22
18
15
17
37091 Hertford, NC
35
31
30
29
13
12
4
5
5
7
6
5
37093 Hoke, NC
29
29
19
25
9
10
3
2
4
9
7
37095 Hyde, NC
17
14
6
7
2
1
0
37097 Iredell, NC
180
176
107
98
20
15
37089 Henderson, NC
5
2
56
59
20
17
17
17
19
20
9
0
37099 Jackson, NC
29
36
32
34
21
15
10
8
5
4
6
4
8
5
37101 Johnston, NC
154
145
101
96
42
40
15
16
8
12
11
19
18
15
37103 Jones, NC
14
19
7
11
8
6
2
2
1
6
2
37105 Lee, NC
78
74
56
50
19
19
16
11
7
11
9
10
10
37107 Lenoir, NC
102
99
67
68
28
35
9
15
8
7
10
11
14
13
37109 Lincoln, NC
83
77
59
56
30
24
17
14
17
10
10
10
9
8
37111 McDowell, NC
50
44
41
39
17
19
14
11
7
5
8
6
7
8
14
7
6
6
5
6
6
5
5
7
4
2
37113 Macon, NC
55
54
36
34
27
23
37115 Madison, NC
24
28
23
20
12
10
37117 Martin, NC
37119 Mecklenburg, NC
74
61
42
36
17
17
7
6
9
7
8
6
14
13
536
536
481
475
224
228
108
112
62
69
64
64
67
66
37121 Mitchell, NC
31
30
13
21
16
13
5
2
5
3
37123 Montgomery, NC
49
40
31
29
8
9
8
6
3
8
5
37125 Moore, NC
129
129
88
94
51
50
32
25
14
12
13
37127 Nash, NC
123
116
84
85
60
53
14
18
18
18
16
13
14
15
37129 New Hanover, NC
188
195
144
139
70
70
33
36
21
21
20
13
25
25
10
3
2
6
8
37131 Northampton, NC
35
37
30
27
9
12
7
7
3
5
6
37133 Onslow, NC
83
86
77
77
36
31
18
25
11
12
11
15
10
10
37135 Orange, NC
74
77
94
98
25
32
13
13
13
12
18
15
9
10
37137 Pamlico, NC
10
21
16
16
11
7
2
7
5
287
3
4
Quality
.
Resource
.
Systems, Inc.
1
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
FEMALE MORTALITY FROM LEADING CAUSES
(Deaths for Females)
FIPS
Code County Name
1998199819982000
2000
199819981998- 2000
2000
2000 2000
1998Heart Heart 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 Pneum/ Pneum/ Unint Unint 2000
2000
Disease Disease Cancer Cancer Stroke Stroke CLRD CLRD Influenza Influenza Injury Injury Diabetes Diabetes
Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths
37139 Pasquotank, NC
51
55
39
39
23
21
14
13
9
6
4
7
37141 Pender, NC
56
47
36
40
26
22
10
10
4
5
5
5
37143 Perquimans, NC
24
22
11
12
5
9
1
3
37145 Person, NC
37147 Pitt, NC
37149 Polk, NC
37151 Randolph, NC
7
60
52
50
40
20
20
10
9
6
4
131
141
113
98
67
56
17
19
16
15
36
36
23
25
16
15
7
10
188
178
88
109
58
48
22
27
13
1
7
6
2
2
5
6
27
18
25
23
12
17
17
8
8
4
3
2
37153 Richmond, NC
98
90
52
46
23
19
12
12
5
6
10
8
18
12
37155 Robeson, NC
159
177
103
100
67
62
16
18
12
13
23
28
32
34
37157 Rockingham, NC
134
134
120
117
54
58
37
31
9
12
19
17
17
16
37159 Rowan, NC
211
218
114
123
53
64
27
32
26
27
29
24
29
21
37161 Rutherford, NC
108
106
72
68
50
36
11
12
18
14
15
13
5
4
37163 Sampson, NC
71
82
51
52
29
41
13
13
13
14
13
13
17
14
4
8
7
11
10
7
12
37165 Scotland, NC
68
59
40
31
18
18
9
7
37167 Stanly, NC
114
109
62
61
26
29
14
12
37169 Stokes, NC
63
51
32
36
31
33
11
9
7
8
7
7
10
8
37171 Surry, NC
99
103
72
83
42
46
16
19
12
12
14
14
10
9
37173 Swain, NC
22
20
13
13
5
7
10
5
2
1
7
37175 Transylvania, NC
51
47
33
41
13
14
9
10
4
3
79
84
33
30
22
16
37177 Tyrrell, NC
8
7
37179 Union, NC
126
123
5
1
5
11
1
6
1
10
10
1
13
16
53
6
3
0
12
11
3
6
10
57
52
59
37181 Vance, NC
71
71
48
47
26
26
6
8
9
8
37183 Wake, NC
418
420
386
370
178
182
86
77
29
31
37185 Warren, NC
32
32
17
23
14
12
5
5
3
4
37187 Washington, NC
31
27
18
20
7
5
4
1
2
3
37189 Watauga, NC
37191 Wayne, NC
38
38
22
26
20
19
12
8
6
6
174
167
110
118
58
52
29
23
16
13
21
3
7
5
17
34
28
37193 Wilkes, NC
75
74
60
65
45
45
23
17
22
16
12
10
10
9
37195 Wilson, NC
102
108
61
75
36
38
19
14
7
8
10
10
12
15
5
6
13
11
8
7
680
641
32
25
38
31
5
3
37197 Yadkin, NC
59
51
36
34
15
15
6
37199 Yancey, NC
33
22
29
22
13
12
2
4,885
4,903
3,725
45 SOUTH CAROLINA
45001 Abbeville, SC
45003 Aiken, SC
3,684 1,768 1,818
29
33
17
24
13
13
165
159
131
128
52
51
163
157
81
75
45005 Allendale, SC
15
17
45007 Anderson, SC
205
228
11
773
777
32
31
41
40
2
404
441
17
18
13
21
2
3
3
654
635
10
21
26
25
4
1
2
4
1
3
3
4
45009 Bamberg, SC
35
32
27
22
12
13
1
3
45011 Barnwell, SC
33
37
24
24
10
16
4
4
5
5
45013 Beaufort, SC
104
101
99
101
33
36
22
18
13
10
20
15
7
9
45015 Berkeley, SC
99
98
106
95
50
41
14
20
6
11
17
18
15
16
45017 Calhoun, SC
18
24
11
14
6
9
318
321
296
278
158
138
62
62
29
31
44
45
63
52
45021 Cherokee, SC
76
69
54
54
27
22
12
17
8
6
10
11
12
13
45023 Chester, SC
43
48
40
32
13
14
4
8
7
16
10
7
1
2
45019 Charleston, SC
288
2
3
4
2
Quality
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HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
FEMALE MORTALITY FROM LEADING CAUSES
(Deaths for Females)
FIPS
Code County Name
1998199819982000
2000
199819981998- 2000
2000
2000 2000
1998Heart Heart 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 Pneum/ Pneum/ Unint Unint 2000
2000
Disease Disease Cancer Cancer Stroke Stroke CLRD CLRD Influenza Influenza Injury Injury Diabetes Diabetes
Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths
45025 Chesterfield, SC
59
69
44
46
11
16
7
11
5
9
10
7
6
45027 Clarendon, SC
34
37
42
33
15
25
8
5
5
10
7
5
4
45029 Colleton, SC
62
60
45
38
13
15
5
4
10
6
8
7
102
106
81
73
45
54
15
10
21
18
15
14
5
7
8
6
5
8
12
13
9
4
7
6
6
3
4
9
9
15
26
30
45031 Darlington, SC
15
16
18
15
5
45033 Dillon, SC
35
40
37
31
20
15
45035 Dorchester, SC
99
104
81
74
59
68
45037 Edgefield, SC
32
33
13
15
8
5
2
45039 Fairfield, SC
69
52
18
23
10
13
4
8
5
45041 Florence, SC
235
221
114
119
62
66
32
28
11
12
17
45043 Georgetown, SC
8
4
74
68
61
56
24
22
12
12
3
13
9
11
8
432
455
337
337
146
130
80
84
37
44
73
62
73
66
45047 Greenwood, SC
90
95
81
81
31
32
17
13
16
9
12
11
12
8
45049 Hampton, SC
41
36
23
23
9
9
2
5
3
215
198
186
193
74
82
33
31
24
23
6
8
9
8
14
11
28
24
15
12
45045 Greenville, SC
45051 Horry, SC
45053 Jasper, SC
26
25
15
16
10
11
45055 Kershaw, SC
71
63
47
49
22
22
45057 Lancaster, SC
45059 Laurens, SC
45061 Lee, SC
41
12
15
16
12
7
6
3
3
3
1
90
96
58
52
29
27
12
13
10
10
9
12
108
61
60
29
44
14
14
7
12
18
15
40
42
14
23
38
29
7
7
6
4
5
7
6
6
13
9
9
8
5
5
4
5
8
6
5
27
28
15
21
8
9
199
168
181
77
79
45065 McCormick, SC
11
16
10
10
45067 Marion, SC
57
64
40
39
11
20
4
3
45069 Marlboro, SC
64
58
27
31
8
12
45071 Newberry, SC
48
48
38
39
20
20
45073 Oconee, SC
42
4
108
202
45063 Lexington, SC
4
1
2
5
5
2
2
3
1
95
95
69
72
31
27
13
12
6
10
10
10
6
7
45075 Orangeburg, SC
130
131
102
101
68
66
14
14
6
8
20
16
15
16
45077 Pickens, SC
119
116
87
89
56
55
19
21
11
12
16
18
8
11
45079 Richland, SC
305
321
293
277
102
111
55
46
44
40
51
43
39
47
40
36
18
15
3
6
3
45083 Spartanburg, SC
348
341
257
250
24
35
40
38
46
45085 Sumter, SC
22
45081 Saluda, SC
9
150
3
148
65
62
22
6
2
123
115
105
99
77
82
16
18
8
14
13
23
45087 Union, SC
59
55
34
39
19
18
6
7
2
6
6
5
6
45089 Williamsburg, SC
50
54
22
29
21
25
5
4
3
7
7
19
16
194
126
133
39
44
30
28
22
18
14
19
18
18
5,591 2,645 2,616 1,374 1,278
985
922
964
930
883
829
26
18
12
12
12
13
5
12
11
7
5
45091 York, SC
193
47 TENNESSEE
8,319
47001 Anderson, TN
8,313 5,718
100
104
86
90
38
39
29
27
47003 Bedford, TN
61
56
40
34
20
22
7
6
47005 Benton, TN
49
44
13
19
9
7
7
5
47007 Bledsoe, TN
16
16
8
8
6
5
6
3
47009 Blount, TN
133
147
98
95
81
65
24
28
17
19
13
20
10
12
47011 Bradley, TN
11
12
5
5
2
1
3
131
121
91
82
25
34
24
18
19
15
20
17
47013 Campbell, TN
55
63
49
46
23
21
21
16
13
15
10
8
47015 Cannon, TN
20
22
14
12
6
8
47017 Carroll, TN
101
84
32
39
24
24
289
3
9
11
1
10
7
1
2
5
3
8
5
1
6
7
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Resource
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HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
FEMALE MORTALITY FROM LEADING CAUSES
(Deaths for Females)
FIPS
Code County Name
1998199819982000
2000
199819981998- 2000
2000
2000 2000
1998Heart Heart 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 Pneum/ Pneum/ Unint Unint 2000
2000
Disease Disease Cancer Cancer Stroke Stroke CLRD CLRD Influenza Influenza Injury Injury Diabetes Diabetes
Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths
47019 Carter, TN
89
88
73
58
28
32
13
18
15
10
11
47021 Cheatham, TN
40
38
29
26
7
8
6
6
5
8
9
2
47023 Chester, TN
19
22
15
16
7
6
3
2
4
4
47025 Claiborne, TN
72
60
41
37
13
13
5
3
47027 Clay, TN
12
16
8
8
2
3
47029 Cocke, TN
54
48
35
35
27
11
3
8
19
7
0
6
12
8
6
1
22
9
8
5
6
15
12
6
5
13
12
8
7
9
6
7
9
2
5
3
47031 Coffee, TN
64
71
51
51
19
22
47033 Crockett, TN
34
36
8
13
7
12
47035 Cumberland, TN
90
84
60
50
28
27
12
10
9
7
5
7
770
760
559
550
273
239
109
112
71
80
106
82
99
91
47039 Decatur, TN
20
27
15
18
5
2
6
3
5
3
47041 DeKalb, TN
32
31
18
20
6
10
2
4
5
5
5
47043 Dickson, TN
54
58
35
35
20
21
10
10
10
8
4
5
5
47045 Dyer, TN
93
77
47
41
13
18
14
12
6
6
47047 Fayette, TN
36
42
27
25
10
14
6
3
6
5
47049 Fentress, TN
30
31
16
19
7
12
8
47051 Franklin, TN
63
66
29
33
33
24
15
11
13
47053 Gibson, TN
13
14
2
47037 Davidson, TN
4
8
6
6
6
5
3
4
5
4
12
8
6
8
9
10
8
8
10
17
13
14
9
5
4
4
3
7
4
4
2
110
118
71
69
41
37
49
55
30
32
27
21
47057 Grainger, TN
17
19
17
19
14
11
6
4
47059 Greene, TN
91
100
66
64
30
31
17
16
19
18
14
11
47061 Grundy, TN
21
24
21
16
10
6
5
5
6
4
5
5
47063 Hamblen, TN
78
71
74
67
35
43
29
20
15
10
9
47065 Hamilton, TN
474
504
334
356
167
149
97
83
58
45
36
47067 Hancock, TN
10
13
9
7
47069 Hardeman, TN
49
49
28
28
6
8
6
3
11
47055 Giles, TN
5
3
2
1
5
6
9
8
9
16
11
45
42
40
7
4
7
2
2
9
7
2
47071 Hardin, TN
43
40
32
31
30
31
5
5
5
4
5
6
47073 Hawkins, TN
74
82
60
51
22
19
18
11
5
6
8
9
7
3
5
47075 Haywood, TN
35
44
22
23
6
9
3
4
5
4
47077 Henderson, TN
38
36
30
27
40
35
5
2
6
7
2
47079 Henry, TN
81
84
46
47
24
26
12
9
3
8
8
6
47081 Hickman, TN
35
29
20
17
5
6
6
5
2
6
4
4
47083 Houston, TN
11
14
8
8
3
5
4
2
1
2
47085 Humphreys, TN
33
36
24
24
7
8
47087 Jackson, TN
23
24
17
15
10
6
6
5
47089 Jefferson, TN
43
51
42
43
29
24
9
6
47091 Johnson, TN
24
22
21
18
13
12
6
5
497
514
414
393
148
139
105
100
47093 Knox, TN
3
8
5
3
5
3
7
62
4
4
4
2
3
7
7
6
4
5
5
64
56
60
13
9
53
55
3
47095 Lake, TN
18
19
11
14
4
5
5
2
2
0
47097 Lauderdale, TN
65
57
26
26
5
8
8
6
3
5
3
47099 Lawrence, TN
54
60
45
43
22
18
7
9
47101 Lewis, TN
17
20
14
10
2
5
4
47103 Lincoln, TN
75
64
45
38
17
19
47105 Loudon, TN
53
62
58
50
18
21
290
15
5
6
8
8
3
5
4
2
5
4
2
4
10
8
11
9
7
8
6
10
3
9
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HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
FEMALE MORTALITY FROM LEADING CAUSES
(Deaths for Females)
FIPS
Code County Name
19982000
2000
Heart Heart 2000
Disease Disease Cancer
Deaths Deaths Deaths
19982000
2000
Cancer Stroke
Deaths Deaths
1998199819981998- 2000
2000
2000 2000
19982000 2000 Pneum/ Pneum/ Unint Unint 2000
2000
2000
Stroke CLRD CLRD Influenza Influenza Injury Injury Diabetes Diabetes
Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths Deaths
47107 McMinn, TN
71
77
53
52
16
21
9
9
10
10
8
15
12
47109 McNairy, TN
61
55
29
28
20
15
5
5
9
6
6
7
5
4
47111 Macon, TN
22
26
28
20
5
7
6
4
129
130
98
96
50
54
23
19
23
15
17
6
47113 Madison, TN
3
11
2
12
19
47115 Marion, TN
43
43
35
29
13
12
10
7
5
6
10
6
47117 Marshall, TN
43
43
21
24
10
12
5
4
8
7
6
5
47119 Maury, TN
93
99
59
72
31
32
19
19
8
14
12
11
47121 Meigs, TN
9
12
8
10
51
50
34
35
20
21
5
8
7
34
41
26
21
5
47123 Monroe, TN
47125 Montgomery, TN
108
102
103
89
47127 Moore, TN
10
6
7
5
47129 Morgan, TN
21
26
16
15
47131 Obion, TN
73
75
37
47133 Overton, TN
42
38
21
47135 Perry, TN
15
12
9
10
4
2
3
1
1
4
3
9
8
2
0
7
9
8
5
7
7
14
16
13
12
1
1
0
1
2
3
2
7
5
5
6
42
9
19
12
7
7
6
7
19
14
13
5
7
2
5
3
2
2
4
3
1
3
6
8
7
47137 Pickett, TN
15
15
5
5
1
1
0
2
0
47139 Polk, TN
31
35
23
23
6
4
3
3
3
47141 Putnam, TN
87
86
70
61
28
33
18
13
12
10
15
9
47143 Rhea, TN
38
39
38
30
11
11
13
12
6
4
8
6
47145 Roane, TN
79
94
68
62
21
20
22
18
8
9
6
8
9
6
10
10
4
47147 Robertson, TN
94
75
52
49
28
30
8
12
7
8
9
8
10
6
47149 Rutherford, TN
144
149
129
122
54
51
30
24
30
18
31
21
10
11
47151 Scott, TN
29
31
27
26
8
7
7
7
3
4
2
47153 Sequatchie, TN
19
17
7
11
5
4
6
4
1
3
4
47155 Sevier, TN
133
112
72
67
23
23
11
11
7
8
11
11
10
8
47157 Shelby, TN
1,335
1,311
815
824
354
370
156
165
150
130
120
114
163
144
12
12
5
4
2
5
5
5
4
3
1
5
3
47159 Smith, TN
35
32
17
16
47161 Stewart, TN
22
22
15
18
47163 Sullivan, TN
228
225
184
176
47165 Sumner, TN
5
107
89
1
52
44
35
36
27
30
31
27
13
18
15
159
161
113
108
53
52
19
23
15
28
21
47167 Tipton, TN
97
77
50
48
15
12
14
9
4
7
6
5
47169 Trousdale, TN
20
14
12
11
5
6
3
2
1
1
15
4
2
47171 Unicoi, TN
32
35
25
23
15
3
47173 Union, TN
21
22
13
13
5
4
3
7
9
7
7
2
1
1
47175 Van Buren, TN
47177 Warren, TN
7
7
5
4
3
2
1
60
62
29
33
27
26
11
9
11
8
5
5
191
161
101
104
61
56
17
26
26
21
10
16
47181 Wayne, TN
28
29
11
14
2
5
4
47183 Weakley, TN
50
56
32
36
23
19
9
9
8
47185 White, TN
50
44
26
25
14
12
10
7
8
4
8
5
8
6
47187 Williamson, TN
79
95
74
69
36
37
27
23
5
7
9
11
5
6
89
90
63
66
20
34
14
15
14
47179 Washington, TN
47189 Wilson, TN
7
6
4
17
18
12
10
1
5
4
2
16
14
15
7
8
75,284 75,201 52,692 51,957 21,741 21,647 12,488 12,155
7,102
6,799 7,835 7,802
7,482
7,328
91 UNITED STATES 365,953 368,407 267,009 264,082 102,892 102,932 62,005 60,664
36,655
36,067 34,083 34,115
37,699
36,801
84 REGION IV
Note: Counts are suppressed < 5 for year 2000 county-level data. 1998-2000 data are 3-year averages, and counts are not suppressed .
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FEMALE MORTALITY FROM LEADING CAUSES
(Crude Death Rates per 100,000 Females)
FIPS
Code County Name
01 ALABAMA
19982000
19982000
Heart Heart 2000 2000 2000
Disease Disease Cancer Cancer Stroke
Death Death Death Death Death
Rate
Rate Rate Rate
Rate
19982000
Stroke
Death
Rate
19982000 2000
CLRD CLRD
Death Death
Rate Rate
301.7
302.2 192.3
193.5
85.5
84.7
40.5
41.0
01001 Autauga, AL
196.0
244.5 160.4
172.0
71.3
81.5
22.3
31.7
01003 Baldwin, AL
215.2
250.9 229.2
205.0
68.5
74.6
41.9
48.7
01005 Barbour, AL
348.3
363.2 234.6
196.1 120.8 108.9
49.8
36.3
01007 Bibb, AL
248.0
272.6 158.7
191.8
79.4 121.2
59.5
01009 Blount, AL
195.7
290.5 246.6
200.5
70.5
47.0
01011 Bullock, AL
520.3
480.3 197.3
177.9 107.6 124.5
01013 Butler, AL
369.1
419.0 193.3
174.6
87.9 113.5
43.9
01015 Calhoun, AL
404.8
371.1 210.1
217.3
68.3
83.6
01017 Chambers, AL
393.8
368.2 243.5
207.5 181.4 150.4
01019 Cherokee, AL
278.8
383.3 221.4
217.8
57.4
90.0
354.8
293.6 174.9
200.9
89.9
97.9
01023 Choctaw, AL
260.9
324.8 201.6
216.5
83.0
96.2
81.7 101.0
28.6
18.2
28.3
20.1
19982000
Unint
Injury
Death
Rate
2000
Diabetes
Death
Rate
19982000
Diabetes
Death
Rate
31.3
34.2
34.3
34.9
35.6
27.2
35.6
36.2
27.9
35.8
26.5
25.8
35.5
43.6
59.5
50.5
32.7
50.5
45.0
50.9
32.7
35.2
61.5
43.6
68.3
50.2
32.5
35.1
41.0
36.8
27.3
26.7
67.4
46.7
46.6
57.1
31.1
36.3
40.0
46.4
30.0
25.8
33.7
68.1
40.4
69.7
01021 Chilton, AL
19982000
2000
2000
Pneum/ Pneum/ Unint
Influenza Influenza Injury
Death
Death
Death
Rate
Rate
Rate
40.0
36.1
57.4
52.3
35.0
30.9
71.1
01025 Clarke, AL
326.8
282.8 177.0
161.6
01027 Clay, AL
410.8
439.6 219.1
233.5 164.3 123.6
34.0
54.5
33.7
34.0
01029 Cleburne, AL
381.0
332.2 225.8
221.5
01031 Coffee, AL
389.9
370.6 188.2
201.3
85.2
77.8
62.7
73.2
26.9
36.6
40.3
22.9
26.9
32.0
01033 Colbert, AL
327.8
351.7 226.7
229.7
83.7 114.9
38.4
53.8
34.9
25.1
52.3
35.9
24.4
25.1
01035 Conecuh, AL
512.0
504.6 215.6
272.7 121.3 109.1
01037 Coosa, AL
335.0
356.5 150.8
152.8 100.5
68.5
70.6
68.2
84.9
01039 Covington, AL
422.6
400.6 280.1
273.8 132.4 147.0
30.6
35.5
01041 Crenshaw, AL
472.2
487.4 208.3
236.7 111.1
97.2
69.6
97.5
35.6
45.6
25.5
40.6
30.6
30.4
69.6
01043 Cullman, AL
361.6
362.9 221.5
198.2 107.0
79.8
43.3
43.7
48.4
33.5
17.8
30.9
22.9
25.7
01045 Dale, AL
238.2
269.9 197.8
177.3
60.4
40.4
44.3
32.3
32.2
64.6
44.3
52.5
40.3
60.5
01047 Dallas, AL
364.0
343.2 229.5
220.9 102.9
98.6
35.6
43.4
35.6
19.7
27.6
31.7
39.4
01049 DeKalb, AL
388.5
404.3 157.8
179.7
78.9
93.0
51.6
44.9
36.4
38.5
30.4
41.7
30.4
22.5
01051 Elmore, AL
245.9
263.4 135.3
190.4
70.7
76.2
40.0
41.3
33.8
22.2
33.8
44.4
27.7
28.6
01053 Escambia, AL
332.2
337.3 205.6
235.6
79.1 117.8
26.4
48.2
31.6
32.1
26.4
37.5
58.0
69.6
01055 Etowah, AL
426.3
412.1 241.0
241.0
89.0
59.3
64.4
40.8
46.0
40.8
35.0
33.4
33.1
01057 Fayette, AL
523.0
485.9 282.4
232.4 115.1 116.2
01059 Franklin, AL
352.3
396.9 226.5
236.8 144.7 128.0
31.5
51.2
44.0
44.8
75.5
01061 Geneva, AL
408.0
422.5 151.1
184.4
37.8
61.5
90.7
69.1
01063 Greene, AL
264.5
01065 Hale, AL
341.6
01067 Henry, AL
444.1
380.1 210.4
88.3
98.2
84.5
376.3 207.8
188.1 151.1
94.1
422.6 253.4
233.6
99.2 100.1
190.0
58.4
62.8
66.7
95.0
71.3
01069 Houston, AL
296.0
282.6 193.1
199.3
72.9
83.2
57.9
54.8
21.5
01071 Jackson, AL
347.3
333.9 180.9
181.8
83.2
74.2
36.2
40.8
18.1
01073 Jefferson, AL
284.3
284.0 196.9
210.7 106.9 103.2
47.1
44.5
33.4
01075 Lamar, AL
425.6
374.9 206.7
205.6 182.4 120.9
265.9
270.8 209.2
201.4 111.1
96.2
01079 Lawrence, AL
377.7
317.9 225.5
202.3
84.6
75.1
01081 Lee, AL
174.5
190.4 119.7
140.0
58.2
59.7
30.8
26.1
61.8
47.6
27.8
28.5
402.0
447.3 120.6
107.9
01085 Lowndes, AL
320.7
397.4 153.4
141.9
21.9
35.6
23.6
26.3
27.9
21.9
25.3
26.0
43.4
44.5
26.9
34.2
40.0
42.5
85.1
01077 Lauderdale, AL
01083 Limestone, AL
64.0
34.9
40.3
32.7
31.3
45.1
28.9
22.2
18.7
32.7
60.8
31.3
30.5
40.5
50.7
26.9
46.2
25.7
28.0
20.5
18.7
27.8
31.7
18.6
28.5
71.0
292
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HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
FEMALE MORTALITY FROM LEADING CAUSES
(Crude Death Rates per 100,000 Females)
FIPS
Code County Name
19982000
2000
1998Heart Heart 2000 2000 2000
Disease Disease Cancer Cancer Stroke
Death Death Death Death Death
Rate
Rate
Rate Rate Rate
19982000
Stroke
Death
Rate
19982000 2000
CLRD CLRD
Death Death
Rate Rate
01087 Macon, AL
391.4
348.3 176.5
205.8 115.1
95.0
01089 Madison, AL
195.5
217.3 180.7
167.4
58.4
01091 Marengo, AL
334.2
337.1 250.6
189.1 150.4 131.6
01093 Marion, AL
412.4
363.9 241.1
229.8
89.4
63.4
01095 Marshall, AL
402.7
345.0 182.4
183.2 127.9 121.4
52.1
58.6
44.4
39.5
30.9
19982000
2000
2000
Pneum/ Pneum/ Unint
Influenza Influenza Injury
Death
Death
Death
Rate
Rate
Rate
19982000
Unint
Injury
Death
Rate
2000
Diabetes
Death
Rate
19982000
Diabetes
Death
Rate
38.4
55.4
53.7
47.5
21.2
23.2
29.6
33.1
58.5
82.2
18.4
17.6
57.5
50.8
31.9
57.1
51.1
50.8
44.7
50.0
14.2
26.2
33.2
45.2
26.1
26.2
29.7
25.3
27.8
30.0
40.0
39.2
41.1
01097 Mobile, AL
302.7
290.4 195.9
190.7
82.4
73.9
35.4
36.2
01099 Monroe, AL
305.9
351.6 204.0
191.8 102.0
71.9
39.2
40.0
41.8
34.0
31.9
54.9
71.9
01101 Montgomery, AL
265.5
268.6 172.4
191.5
58.0
64.1
37.6
40.7
19.6
21.7
28.2
25.1
55.5
59.8
01103 Morgan, AL
287.9
285.9 208.4
190.0
93.6
85.2
49.5
40.8
24.7
26.6
35.3
37.3
33.6
24.9
01105 Perry, AL
341.0
285.8 232.5
180.5
93.0
90.2
01107 Pickens, AL
547.6
419.4 161.6
187.4
71.8
80.3
77.5
01109 Pike, AL
409.7
418.3 172.9
163.4
89.6
85.0
01111 Randolph, AL
406.2
398.5 198.8
213.1
77.8
74.1
77.8
01113 Russell, AL
195.8
183.2 226.5
236.6
99.8
84.0
49.9
45.8
45.8
77.5
32.0
57.6
38.2
22.9
51.9
55.6
23.0
26.7
01115 St. Clair, AL
311.6
294.9 130.9
171.2
68.6
69.8
49.9
47.6
28.0
25.4
15.6
34.9
15.6
25.4
01117 Shelby, AL
157.5
139.7 119.1
121.9
50.7
46.6
24.6
26.0
11.0
12.3
26.0
24.6
20.5
19.2
60.3
17.4
01119 Sumter, AL
387.4
409.8 112.5
168.7
62.5
01121 Talladega, AL
299.7
293.5 185.2
191.5
90.2 102.0
26.8
37.3
34.1
39.8
41.4
49.8
26.8
01123 Tallapoosa, AL
395.0
353.6 298.6
227.9
82.7
88.4
78.1
65.1
32.2
37.2
32.2
41.9
45.9
37.2
01125 Tuscaloosa, AL
222.2
232.5 167.2
161.3
81.9
80.7
26.9
28.5
28.1
29.7
31.6
30.8
23.4
29.7
01127 Walker, AL
450.9
453.7 224.1
220.1
79.2
62.5
32.8
46.2
51.9
46.2
54.7
51.6
38.3
38.0
01129 Washington, AL
270.9
306.7 195.1
164.3
65.0
54.8
01131 Wilcox, AL
312.5
350.8 142.0
168.4
71.0
70.2
01133 Winston, AL
402.3
375.9 173.5
176.0
86.8
88.0
48.0
55.2
40.0
306.2
319.6 220.7
226.8
74.4
78.2
54.7
56.9
21.6
21.1
25.0
25.9
26.1
26.7
12001 Alachua, FL
114.7
137.5 148.8
159.4
62.8
72.6
35.9
39.1
17.0
17.2
18.8
22.0
20.6
24.8
12003 Baker, FL
246.0
215.5 160.8
186.1
58.8
66.2
78.4
12005 Bay, FL
307.4
295.0 232.6
201.6
54.8
58.7
53.5
60.1
29.4
24.0
44.1
40.0
24.1
20.0
12007 Bradford, FL
269.8
315.0 200.1
189.0
60.9
81.0
95.7
72.0
52.2
63.0
12009 Brevard, FL
321.8
317.7 272.8
253.8
86.0
82.7
72.0
65.5
21.8
18.8
21.0
20.5
28.8
23.0
12011 Broward, FL
338.9
357.9 220.7
233.8
73.0
78.4
48.2
49.4
19.3
18.3
17.9
20.9
18.5
20.8
12013 Calhoun, FL
383.8
425.4 150.2
187.2 100.1
12015 Charlotte, FL
517.7
498.7 328.5
340.9
87.9 103.4
89.2
83.8
51.4
57.3
28.4
26.5
32.4
30.7
12017 Citrus, FL
425.1
473.2 346.9
345.4 105.9 116.2 107.5 111.2
40.7
31.5
47.2
41.5
39.1
38.2
12019 Clay, FL
190.3
208.7 158.1
160.7
15.4
12.7
21.0
19.7
18.2
22.6
12 FLORIDA
76.7
54.6
53.6
48.0
58.8
53.6
52.2
12021 Collier, FL
248.6
289.2 222.3
248.3
71.7
67.3
58.2
60.0
11.2
13.6
26.3
33.6
15.1
15.5
12023 Columbia, FL
247.7
285.0 233.3
222.1
89.7
74.0
75.4
81.4
39.5
29.6
35.9
33.3
39.5
29.6
49.6
71.8
49.6
63.8
35.4
49.6
55.8
56.7
47.9
77.4
78.6
29.1
12027 DeSoto, FL
397.0
359.0 226.9
223.4
12029 Dixie, FL
294.0
267.3 247.6
220.1
12031 Duval, FL
224.1
241.9 192.5
193.9
61.3
67.8
45.4
46.4
22.4
21.9
21.9
23.7
28.4
12033 Escambia, FL
230.7
257.5 195.0
207.7 101.9
97.7
58.0
54.0
27.0
25.3
24.3
24.6
31.0
31.4
12035 Flagler, FL
323.8
284.5 308.3
296.4
79.0
46.3
75.1
46.3
27.7
23.7
30.8
35.6
12037 Franklin, FL
270.0
362.4 394.6
342.3 103.8
12039 Gadsden, FL
245.4
230.8 194.6
188.1
38.5
76.1
51.3
78.6 139.3 110.0
61.7
59.2
103.8
64.1
293
21.2
21.4
46.5
Quality
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Resource
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Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
FEMALE MORTALITY FROM LEADING CAUSES
(Crude Death Rates per 100,000 Females)
FIPS
Code County Name
19982000
2000
1998Heart Heart 2000 2000 2000
Disease Disease Cancer Cancer Stroke
Death Death Death Death Death
Rate
Rate
Rate Rate Rate
19982000
Stroke
Death
Rate
12041 Gilchrist, FL
323.8
332.1
264.9
256.6 147.2 120.8
12043 Glades, FL
272.3
285.9
188.5
262.0
12045 Gulf, FL
289.7
402.6
241.4
306.0 144.9 145.0
19982000 2000
CLRD CLRD
Death Death
Rate Rate
2000
Pneum/
Influenza
Death
Rate
19982000
Pneum/
Influenza
Death
Rate
2000
Unint
Injury
Death
Rate
19982000
Unint
Injury
Death
Rate
2000
Diabetes
Death
Rate
19982000
Diabetes
Death
Rate
47.1
0.0
96.6
80.5
0.0
12047 Hamilton, FL
299.8
259.8
194.0
190.5
12049 Hardee, FL
235.9
301.5
81.3
160.2
81.3
94.2
56.9
47.1
48.8
56.5
48.8
12051 Hendry, FL
236.2
248.3
217.5
181.2
55.9
53.7
55.9
40.3
43.5
33.6
55.9
40.3
12053 Hernando, FL
348.0
411.1
333.5
321.4 115.0 115.1
75.7
86.7
16.0
20.9
30.6
26.9
20.4
28.4
12055 Highlands, FL
399.9
460.8
265.8
314.5 122.9 131.6
64.8
70.7
26.8
43.9
29.0
36.6
40.2
48.8
12057 Hillsborough, FL
256.0
249.5
180.5
181.9
49.4
51.7
12.7
13.9
23.7
26.8
32.7
31.7
12059 Holmes, FL
458.8
483.6
172.1
179.9 114.7
67.5 137.6
90.0
24.0
28.0
25.7
35.4
8.6
14.9
58.5
73.1
27.0
32.0
65.7
74.8
12061 Indian River, FL
324.1
382.0
313.8
322.4 154.3 177.0
60.0
74.5
12063 Jackson, FL
391.5
406.5
193.5
214.7 130.5 109.6
72.0
63.9
12065 Jefferson, FL
221.5
249.5
189.8
233.9
12067 Lafayette, FL
248.1
338.3
248.1
225.6
12069 Lake, FL
409.5
384.0
300.0
283.3 125.2 116.5
69.0
74.6
28.5
24.2
27.6
30.8
32.2
31.7
12071 Lee, FL
363.8
372.2
243.6
265.1
71.9
75.3
58.1
67.7
21.3
20.4
36.8
32.7
26.6
29.4
94.9 155.9
110.7
0.0
12073 Leon, FL
136.5
146.3
148.4
156.6
62.2
62.5
39.1
31.7
16.8
12.0
28.7
21.4
28.7
24.8
12075 Levy, FL
275.9
316.7
247.7
240.5
73.2
82.1
45.0
64.5
33.8
29.3
50.7
41.1
33.8
29.3
12077 Liberty, FL
453.4
359.7
244.2
251.8
12079 Madison, FL
399.0
425.4
177.3
195.4
77.6
80.5
69.0
77.6
69.0
12081 Manatee, FL
402.3
432.6
277.8
283.8
96.7
92.5
71.1
70.2
25.6
24.7
30.0
33.9
27.1
27.8
12083 Marion, FL
351.6
341.7
269.5
286.5 114.2 102.5
76.1
66.8
18.7
17.9
27.6
28.7
37.3
30.3
12085 Martin, FL
404.4
420.9
297.5
322.6 110.0 109.7
69.7
68.8
12.4
9.8
20.1
19.7
17.0
22.9
26.0
12086 Miami-Dade, FL
290.7
296.7
157.4
167.2
46.1
50.2
31.3
33.9
19.8
20.7
22.1
21.4
23.5
12087 Monroe, FL
163.9
181.0
198.9
202.0
45.7
52.5
51.1
44.6
16.1
13.1
21.5
28.9
24.2
12089 Nassau, FL
246.4
244.5
164.3
167.7
44.5
59.4
58.2
62.9
30.8
31.4
61.6
31.4
26.1
24.8
23.6
17.5
12091 Okaloosa, FL
227.7
219.7
189.7
183.1
54.5
54.3
45.1
50.8
21.3
22.4
12093 Okeechobee, FL
348.0
405.7
228.0
238.2
84.0
70.8
60.0
77.3
48.0
45.1
12095 Orange, FL
207.0
207.8
155.3
154.1
50.4
49.7
38.7
40.0
19.2
20.0
19.9
20.9
19.7
21.9
12097 Osceola, FL
211.5
242.7
147.5
177.3
65.2
61.6
53.7
51.6
19.4
20.1
22.9
27.7
27.4
27.7
12099 Palm Beach, FL
375.2
412.7
263.7
275.2
82.5
89.2
47.1
55.3
23.1
20.0
24.5
27.1
19.5
24.7
12101 Pasco, FL
397.0
418.7
316.7
324.8
85.3
94.4 101.5
97.3
22.3
25.9
30.1
32.8
37.9
36.3
12103 Pinellas, FL
367.0
385.4
277.1
288.4
95.5 108.7
74.2
81.8
26.3
25.1
23.0
22.5
27.8
27.2
12105 Polk, FL
346.0
364.1
226.7
224.5
71.4
72.3
54.8
60.5
20.3
24.0
25.6
28.2
28.4
27.7
12107 Putnam, FL
334.0
321.1
269.4
243.0
73.0
75.4
84.2
78.2
30.9
25.1
36.5
36.3
44.9
50.3
12109 St. Johns, FL
191.1
192.0
222.7
224.5
58.4
56.9
72.6
60.2
34.7
27.7
33.2
26.0
19.0
21.1
12111 St. Lucie, FL
365.2
357.2
268.8
267.9
60.9
74.4
52.8
64.9
19.3
17.0
31.4
28.7
31.4
28.7
12113 Santa Rosa, FL
197.7
186.6
168.7
156.3
66.5
55.5
66.5
58.8
13.6
16.8
30.7
30.3
29.0
26.9
12115 Sarasota, FL
402.8
426.2
333.5
330.9 129.4 146.3 102.0
95.9
36.7
35.2
35.0
34.0
21.6
20.6
12117 Seminole, FL
219.4
219.3
155.0
165.1
51.0
46.5
42.9
41.6
16.1
13.7
18.8
17.5
27.9
23.5
12119 Sumter, FL
403.5
457.0
275.6
296.8
87.9
75.4
28.0
56.5
24.0
39.9
33.0
39.9
12121 Suwannee, FL
302.8
307.5
162.6
214.6
89.7 110.2
95.3
92.8
33.6
29.0
63.7
106.1
75.2
12123 Taylor, FL
222.9
290.1
265.3
225.7
12125 Union, FL
168.5
220.7
231.6
198.6
86.0
53.1
17.8
17.7
30.0
28.3
40.6
105.3
294
Quality
.
Resource
.
Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
FEMALE MORTALITY FROM LEADING CAUSES
(Crude Death Rates per 100,000 Females)
FIPS
Code County Name
19982000
2000
199819981998Heart Heart 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000
Disease Disease Cancer Cancer Stroke Stroke CLRD CLRD
Death Death Death Death Death Death Death Death
Rate
Rate
Rate Rate Rate Rate Rate Rate
12127 Volusia, FL
344.8
375.4
282.5
12129 Wakulla, FL
299.3
297.7
99.8
278.0 114.9 105.9
77.6
84.3
158.8
79.4
90.7
69.5
81.6
12131 Walton, FL
368.9
357.5
202.1
215.6 116.2 120.9
12133 Washington, FL
353.3
318.1
206.1
208.7
13 GEORGIA
88.3
50.5
78.9
79.5 137.4
89.5
35.0
214.2
223.5
155.5
155.0
68.1
68.2
36.0
339.4
346.9
192.4
150.3
67.9
57.8
56.6
13003 Atkinson, GA
208.2
241.6
182.2
134.2
13005 Bacon, GA
330.0
374.3
155.3
224.6
13001 Appling, GA
13007 Baker, GA
244.7
13009 Baldwin, GA
238.2
268.2
13011 Banks, GA
280.2
225.0
13013 Barrow, GA
267.2
13015 Bartow, GA
179.4
22.5
23.2
27.5
25.3
26.3
25.3
31.5
49.1
24.1
23.5
38.2
31.5
49.1
26.4
27.5
67.9
69.4
19.5
151.2 136.1 117.0
84.0
90.0
230.9
133.6
120.1 103.4
210.7
150.8
154.7
83.2
87.8
197.5
396.1
285.2
246.2
314.8
298.9
157.4
155.4
13021 Bibb, GA
302.1
295.1
181.7
181.1
77.0
13023 Bleckley, GA
181.9
304.5
297.7
219.9
99.2
13025 Brantley, GA
178.4
213.8
247.0
171.0
53.5
53.6
29.2
24.4
64.7
38.8
41.6
43.1
32.3
34.5
32.3
69.3
31.2
32.0
20.8
21.3
31.2
29.3
85.6
76.8
64.2
59.8
86.4
537.5
434.9
151.9
152.8 128.5 105.8
127.0
141.4
127.0
124.8
13031 Bulloch, GA
184.5
234.1
132.3
122.6
66.1
81.8
13033 Burke, GA
256.7
283.6
111.2
133.4
42.8
41.7
13035 Butts, GA
350.9
294.8
153.5
158.7
98.7 102.0
182.0
220.4
220.4
137.5
133.6
90.1
82.9
380.3
230.5
190.2
76.8
59.8
48.1
50.4
33.7
24.4
29.7
30.0
18.6
17.4
26.0
51.3
41.7
65.8
27.7
28.8
27.8
22.3
54.8
0.0
23.0
0.0
23.0
104.8
252.6
240.4
167.7
185.5 125.2 100.7
29.1
34.3
13047 Catoosa, GA
240.0
235.3
192.7
175.5
65.5
56.0
13049 Charlton, GA
371.7
309.1
13051 Chatham, GA
270.3
279.5
58.2
56.0
15.6
144.2
202.0
25.3
42.3
24.4
59.9
13045 Carroll, GA
207.1
25.2
41.6
293.9
377.1
23.1
0.0
13029 Bryan, GA
13043 Candler, GA
24.4
82.3
13027 Brooks, GA
13039 Camden, GA
20.2
0.0
150.7
75.0
37.4
93.6
13019 Berrien, GA
13053 Chattahoochee, GA
19.3
228.5
13017 Ben Hill, GA
13037 Calhoun, GA
199819982000
2000
2000 2000
1998Pneum/ Pneum/ Unint Unint 2000
2000
Influenza Influenza Injury Injury Diabetes Diabetes
Death
Death
Death Death Death
Death
Rate
Rate
Rate Rate Rate
Rate
20.6
40.2
45.8
13.4
16.0
36.4
29.9
36.4
26.1
20.8
26.1
22.5
22.7
0.0
71.5
88.0
73.2
51.6
48.8
30.8
27.8
0.0
0.0
13055 Chattooga, GA
397.4
382.8
202.7
208.1 113.5 108.2
40.5
41.6
48.7
56.8
41.6
13057 Cherokee, GA
118.8
130.3
127.3
121.6
38.2
37.6
41.0
36.2
14.1
11.6
26.9
23.2
7.1
11.6
13059 Clarke, GA
157.8
192.1
130.9
132.8
71.2
73.6
23.1
24.5
17.3
14.3
21.2
28.6
15.4
18.4
13061 Clay, GA
273.1
318.5
327.7
265.4
13063 Clayton, GA
160.3
162.1
125.0
120.5
13065 Clinch, GA
202.4
319.0
260.3
145.0
13067 Cobb, GA
136.8
144.9
118.5
13069 Coffee, GA
318.5
263.5
116.8
13071 Colquitt, GA
306.2
343.7
226.1
0.0
37.0
40.8
32.9
31.9
14.0
12.4
21.4
15.9
10.7
13.3
123.4
38.9
39.1
28.7
29.3
11.1
11.8
24.8
20.6
11.1
10.4
120.8
58.4
82.3
37.2
38.4
47.8
38.4
47.8
43.9
47.8
43.9
186.2
51.8
81.2
51.8
43.0
33.0
43.0
37.7
43.0
61.3
47.6
21.9
23.8
21.9
17.3
26.3
26.0
13073 Columbia, GA
151.1
147.3
138.0
136.4
13075 Cook, GA
219.3
351.4
207.1
213.4 219.3 150.6
13077 Coweta, GA
186.4
182.3
122.1
133.4
71.0
13079 Crawford, GA
144.4
142.0
160.4
142.0
96.3
71.2
295
10.8
60.9
57.7
46.7
31.1
22.2
44.4
28.9
13.3
15.6
Quality
.
Resource
.
Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
FEMALE MORTALITY FROM LEADING CAUSES
(Crude Death Rates per 100,000 Females)
FIPS
Code County Name
19982000
2000
19981998Heart Heart 2000 2000 2000 2000
Disease Disease Cancer Cancer Stroke Stroke
Death Death Death Death Death Death
Rate
Rate
Rate Rate Rate Rate
94.4
19982000 2000
CLRD CLRD
Death Death
Rate Rate
13081 Crisp, GA
248.8
291.2
240.2
229.5
13083 Dade, GA
310.4
309.8
206.9
167.8 103.5 103.3
97.1
51.5
13085 Dawson, GA
163.2
155.8
163.2
142.8
13087 Decatur, GA
385.5
375.6
162.3
187.8
81.2
97.4
33.8
13089 DeKalb, GA
130.0
151.4
126.2
135.8
47.8
49.5
23.3
13091 Dodge, GA
256.7
377.8
149.7
183.5
74.9
97.2
13093 Dooly, GA
418.2
320.9
200.0
178.3
90.9 124.8
2000
Pneum/
Influenza
Death
Rate
19982000
Pneum/
Influenza
Death
Rate
2000
Unint
Injury
Death
Rate
44.1
23.7
18.9
20.6
75.6
64.2
54.0
19982000
Unint
Injury
Death
Rate
2000
Diabetes
Death
Rate
19982000
Diabetes
Death
Rate
44.1
60.1
61.8
54.1
41.7
40.6
34.8
21.0
23.4
16.0
16.5
64.8
13095 Dougherty, GA
208.7
224.4
185.3
177.2
81.9
76.8
52.7
37.4
15.6
25.6
15.6
17.7
17.6
21.7
13097 Douglas, GA
172.7
167.5
134.3
132.7
49.0
47.8
40.5
28.3
23.4
19.6
23.4
28.3
12.8
15.2
13099 Early, GA
333.2
395.0
196.9
212.7 136.3 151.9
13103 Effingham, GA
217.1
198.0
164.1
133.8
47.6
42.4
26.8
13105 Elbert, GA
365.4
387.4
234.3
222.8
93.7 125.9
13107 Emanuel, GA
309.0
296.7
167.7
161.8
88.3
97.1
44.9
13109 Evans, GA
296.7
267.4
204.0
229.2 185.4 210.1 111.3
13111 Fannin, GA
224.8
293.6
312.7
243.0 107.5
81.0
68.4
70.9
48.9
13113 Fayette, GA
141.6
154.6
92.3
121.9
40.8
45.7
27.9
28.3
30.0
24.0
12.9
15.2
13115 Floyd, GA
316.6
368.1
228.9
209.4 100.6
94.8
42.8
37.5
36.4
48.5
34.2
30.9
13117 Forsyth, GA
179.2
164.3
117.4
55.6
43.2
35.0
28.1
20.6
19.5
16.5
19.5
13119 Franklin, GA
440.1
394.5
248.8
177.5 134.0
98.6
76.5
49.3
47.8
13121 Fulton, GA
204.2
218.0
160.8
162.6
62.3
62.0
24.9
28.5
19.8
24.4
13123 Gilmer, GA
311.6
347.2
199.1
231.4
86.6
57.9
13125 Glascock, GA
376.5
449.1
13127 Glynn, GA
292.2
259.8
249.7
225.9
88.0
87.5
65.3
13129 Gordon, GA
257.2
238.0
167.0
172.7 130.9
93.3
58.7
13101 Echols, GA
0.0
97.3
53.5
89.9
0.0
46.9
50.6
24.4
48.2
59.3
28.4
28.2
19.9
36.7
42.0
31.6
42.0
58.7
46.7
0.0
354.4
351.4
185.3
231.4 104.7
94.3
333.1
376.6
319.7
188.3 119.9
94.1
93.2
93.6
89.8
13137 Habersham, GA
269.0
281.9
188.9
208.4
97.3 104.2
51.5
61.3
13139 Hall, GA
235.4
225.3
166.7
143.4
71.6
32.2
34.7
13141 Hancock, GA
340.7
348.9
149.1
205.2
13143 Haralson, GA
266.0
300.6
190.0
208.1 114.0
92.5
60.8
46.2
13145 Harris, GA
208.4
208.1
166.8
164.7
66.7
69.4
13147 Hart, GA
359.9
339.8
231.3
209.1
77.1 113.3
51.4
43.6
13149 Heard, GA
124.9
242.2
160.6
130.4 107.1 130.4
91.4
29.8
29.4
81.9
48.4
23.4
13133 Greene, GA
22.5
32.1
26.5
23.7
23.2
14.2
16.9
0.0
56.4
24.7
0.0
44.9
60.6
13131 Grady, GA
13135 Gwinnett, GA
0.0
15.1
40.3
66.6
67.2
16.0
8.2
10.9
27.8
22.1
13.4
13.1
36.8
28.6
33.6
31.5
24.9
34.7
38.0
46.2
102.6
50.0
42.8
43.6
89.2
13151 Henry, GA
186.9
174.5
148.8
139.2
46.3
52.9
19.8
30.0
12.3
26.5
24.7
19.8
14.1
13153 Houston, GA
192.0
200.9
149.3
137.6
56.9
57.9
23.1
29.0
23.1
16.3
21.3
14.5
14.2
19.9
99.0
85.9
57.8
45.5
24.1
30.3
53.0
40.4
13155 Irwin, GA
376.2
307.9
217.8
184.8
13157 Jackson, GA
236.1
273.0
236.1
197.2 110.8
13159 Jasper, GA
274.7
417.6
103.0
181.6
13161 Jeff Davis, GA
573.1
449.2
139.4
139.4
13163 Jefferson, GA
437.7
349.6
240.7
13165 Jenkins, GA
313.5
291.3
13167 Johnson, GA
322.4
385.6
190.7
76.6
95.3
25.3
54.7
112.1 134.3 201.7 201.5 112.1
184.2
204.1 115.2 113.4
296
0.0
Quality
.
Resource
.
Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
FEMALE MORTALITY FROM LEADING CAUSES
(Crude Death Rates per 100,000 Females)
FIPS
Code County Name
19982000
2000
1998Heart Heart 2000 2000 2000
Disease Disease Cancer Cancer Stroke
Death Death Death Death Death
Rate
Rate
Rate Rate Rate
19982000
Stroke
Death
Rate
13169 Jones, GA
148.8
175.6
124.0
158.9
13171 Lamar, GA
253.2
250.5
205.0
200.4 156.8 112.7
13173 Lanier, GA
280.0
281.3
252.0
196.9 168.0
13175 Laurens, GA
304.7
334.0
124.5
151.8 115.9 130.1
13177 Lee, GA
212.2
119.6
98.0
19982000 2000
CLRD CLRD
Death Death
Rate Rate
19982000
2000
2000
Pneum/ Pneum/ Unint
Influenza Influenza Injury
Death
Death
Death
Rate
Rate
Rate
19982000
Unint
Injury
Death
Rate
2000
Diabetes
Death
Rate
19982000
Diabetes
Death
Rate
41.8
72.4
94.4
60.7
35.6
30.9
24.9
33.6
94.0
73.5
42.7
41.1
13179 Liberty, GA
126.9
106.9
89.2
85.5
13181 Lincoln, GA
443.5
326.5
256.8
233.2
13183 Long, GA
156.9
153.0
235.4
153.0
13185 Lowndes, GA
224.6
257.9
127.4
154.8
92.9
85.2
30.2
13187 Lumpkin, GA
177.5
189.3
168.1
149.4 130.8
79.7
46.7
13189 McDuffie, GA
312.2
324.2
160.6
175.3
78.9
169.8
25.7
34.7
51.5
39.0
27.4
28.5
17.3
17.9
25.7
0.0
89.2
13191 McIntosh, GA
200.8
320.8
127.8
13193 Macon, GA
310.3
340.1
169.3
184.2
84.6
85.0
13195 Madison, GA
252.1
258.8
275.1
203.9
61.1
62.7
13197 Marion, GA
193.1
282.6
165.5
13199 Meriwether, GA
237.9
284.6
186.9
159.0 101.9 108.8
13201 Miller, GA
414.8
387.6
148.1
178.9
30.2
20.2
44.6
52.6
19.4
15.7
112.8
85.0
65.4
45.8
51.0
42.5
58.6
59.5
61.3 119.0
78.8
0.0
13205 Mitchell, GA
289.1
288.8
153.0
192.5 102.0
96.3
13207 Monroe, GA
375.7
356.9
201.6
192.9
77.2
55.0
64.1
13209 Montgomery, GA
446.3
383.9
13211 Morgan, GA
288.6
378.3
175.7
176.5
179.2
13213 Murray, GA
147.8
179.9
169.7
156.6
38.3
52.2
27.4
29.0
13215 Muscogee, GA
285.3
298.3
167.2
187.6
79.4
71.7
43.9
47.4
32.4
34.8
24.0
23.2
18.8
22.1
13217 Newton, GA
219.8
212.0
138.2
151.0
87.9 106.0
40.8
32.1
40.8
28.9
31.4
35.3
22.0
19.3
13219 Oconee, GA
180.4
237.7
105.3
126.8
75.2
55.5
13221 Oglethorpe, GA
307.8
326.9
200.1
163.4 107.7
98.1
13223 Paulding, GA
142.1
123.2
144.6
118.0
36.8
30.8
14.7
23.1
12.3
27.0
33.4
13225 Peach, GA
220.9
243.5
229.1
196.4
81.8
70.7
49.1
39.3
13227 Pickens, GA
255.6
305.8
153.3
157.6
68.2
55.6
110.8
55.6
13229 Pierce, GA
302.2
310.4
138.5
149.0 100.7
74.5
62.9
13231 Pike, GA
277.9
242.8
204.7
197.3 102.4
13233 Polk, GA
308.2
363.8
182.8
205.6
89.6
73.1
63.1
88.8
32.9
0.0
64.9
76.9
17.2
12.8
62.9
62.1
0.0
58.0
36.6
26.4
36.6
42.2
13235 Pulaski, GA
326.9
352.8
217.9
249.0 127.1 186.8
13237 Putnam, GA
219.9
226.4
146.6
161.7
73.3
64.7
0.0
13241 Rabun, GA
314.8
307.0
314.8
265.1
78.7
69.8
13243 Randolph, GA
429.6
467.7
286.4
210.5 167.1 187.1
13245 Richmond, GA
230.2
262.0
188.6
180.0
69.6
69.0
50.3
44.0
26.1
27.0
25.1
28.0
15.5
21.0
13247 Rockdale, GA
181.5
169.0
141.8
143.3
62.4
74.5
25.5
28.7
14.2
14.3
36.9
25.8
25.5
20.1
247.5
254.7
236.6
335.0
236.6
244.8
87.2 154.6
74.7
64.4
45.4
45.5
52.4
13239 Quitman, GA
0.0
13249 Schley, GA
13251 Screven, GA
91.8
0.0
0.0
13253 Seminole, GA
367.0
283.1
101.9
161.7 101.9 121.3
13255 Spalding, GA
370.4
328.9
185.2
202.7 115.8 122.9
13257 Stephens, GA
355.5
356.7
272.3
227.7 128.6
98.7
297
0.0
74.7
43.0
0.0
78.7
49.8
76.1
63.1
45.5
60.5
45.5
23.3
16.6
Quality
.
Resource
.
Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
FEMALE MORTALITY FROM LEADING CAUSES
(Crude Death Rates per 100,000 Females)
FIPS
Code County Name
19982000
2000
19981998Heart Heart 2000 2000 2000 2000
Disease Disease Cancer Cancer Stroke Stroke
Death Death Death Death Death Death
Rate
Rate
Rate Rate Rate Rate
13259 Stewart, GA
401.2
358.8
255.3
13261 Sumter, GA
340.0
309.3
215.4
13263 Talbot, GA
346.2
362.4
13265 Taliaferro, GA
558.1
13267 Tattnall, GA
243.5
341.7
254.0
220.5 148.2 154.3
13269 Taylor, GA
421.2
405.3
199.5
202.7 177.3 135.1
13271 Telfair, GA
536.6
502.0
125.2
167.3 107.3 133.9
13273 Terrell, GA
309.0
402.3
343.3
268.2 137.3 150.9
13275 Thomas, GA
256.4
280.7
212.2
13277 Tift, GA
278.6
265.6
202.6
13279 Toombs, GA
264.2
309.1
13281 Towns, GA
366.7
370.3
13283 Treutlen, GA
318.8
425.7
19982000 2000
CLRD CLRD
Death Death
Rate Rate
198.4 119.0 110.9
68.0
19982000
Diabetes
Death
Rate
45.3
52.5
28.3
40.9
52.5
0.0
0.0
74.1
66.1
89.4
83.7
232.5 114.9 136.0
57.5
48.2
35.4
26.3
151.0
67.7
35.5
36.4
40.5
31.2
161.5
191.4 124.8 103.0
58.7
51.4
51.5
224.1
304.9
35.8
29.1
32.5
76.0
26.5
26.3
26.5
30.7
50.7
36.4
36.8
130.7
152.0
354.3
346.1
234.0
207.0 117.0 122.9
405.4
367.1
162.1
224.4 162.1 142.8 121.6 102.0
13289 Twiggs, GA
452.9
372.8
90.6
13291 Union, GA
329.8
395.3
250.2
232.5 125.1 104.6
48.8
111.8
32.3
32.3
16.3
0.0
13293 Upson, GA
365.7
369.8
269.1
230.3 207.0 188.4
13295 Walker, GA
372.5
365.2
241.9
206.0
69.0
69.8
48.3
41.9
62.1
55.8
89.1
99.9
73.2
68.7
31.8
28.1
38.2
31.2
22.3
34.3
120.9 102.8
73.9
38.5
33.6
22.5
16.8
28.9
30.2
25.7
20.2
94.7 104.8
55.7
44.1
39.0
33.1
27.9
33.1
50.1
33.1
13297 Walton, GA
237.7
228.4
99.6
13299 Ware, GA
378.8
358.4
189.4
215.1
13301 Warren, GA
411.9
388.3
176.5
268.8
34.9
0.0
13303 Washington, GA
257.1
263.3
205.7
190.7
13305 Wayne, GA
227.5
246.3
109.8
130.9 149.0 138.6
68.6
72.6
47.1
427.4
0.0
13309 Wheeler, GA
479.9
428.5
13311 White, GA
337.8
317.8
168.9
169.5
89.4 105.9
49.7
13313 Whitfield, GA
224.1
216.0
171.1
172.8
81.9
41.0
13315 Wilcox, GA
391.1
362.6
260.8
207.2
0.0
184.6
81.6
13317 Wilkes, GA
376.3
362.3
268.8
253.6
89.6
90.6
13319 Wilkinson, GA
317.1
286.1
130.6
125.2
93.3
89.4
13321 Worth, GA
305.9
302.2
192.3
155.4
52.4
77.7
299.8
301.5
205.1
204.0
78.3
81.4
53.2
225.0
269.2
258.7
199.0
78.7
93.6
56.2
217.9 143.1 137.6
21001 Adair, KY
2000
Diabetes
Death
Rate
167.3 144.3
13287 Turner, GA
21 KENTUCKY
19982000
Unint
Injury
Death
Rate
251.2
13285 Troup, GA
13307 Webster, GA
19982000
2000
2000
Pneum/ Pneum/ Unint
Influenza Influenza Injury
Death
Death
Death
Rate
Rate
Rate
21003 Allen, KY
396.3
344.0
198.2
21005 Anderson, KY
214.9
197.6
143.3
124.8
21007 Ballard, KY
810.5
773.2
309.9
210.9 119.2 140.6
21009 Barren, KY
430.7
383.3
182.4
189.1
76.0 102.2
21011 Bath, KY
303.1
272.8
374.4
254.6
127.3
61.4
72.8
28.8
38.6
28.8
32.1
31.5
112.5
70.2
31.2
35.5
35.8
18.9
29.6
29.5
29.4
31.0
71.6
70.9
66.4
25.3
40.5
90.9
458.9
439.1
178.5
229.4
89.2
78.6
51.0
72.1
154.1
163.4
149.5
146.8
39.1
54.5
41.4
45.0
23.0
21017 Bourbon, KY
231.2
331.2
221.1
230.8
70.4 110.4
21019 Boyd, KY
307.2
348.3
319.0
292.9 133.9 134.6
55.1
59.4
43.3
35.6
21021 Boyle, KY
350.9
287.0
193.3
251.1
50.1
50.2
93.1
64.6
298
28.9
43.7
52.0
21015 Boone, KY
93.3
31.2
93.3
21013 Bell, KY
71.6
21.7
32.8
51.0
39.3
16.6
13.8
16.6
23.6
31.7
59.1
35.8
35.9
50.3
60.3
51.5
Quality
.
Resource
.
Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
FEMALE MORTALITY FROM LEADING CAUSES
(Crude Death Rates per 100,000 Females)
FIPS
Code County Name
19982000
2000
19981998Heart Heart 2000 2000 2000 2000
Disease Disease Cancer Cancer Stroke Stroke
Death Death Death Death Death Death
Rate
Rate
Rate Rate Rate Rate
21023 Bracken, KY
215.2
325.9
167.4
209.5
21025 Breathitt, KY
404.6
375.0
171.7
175.0
61.3
21027 Breckinridge, KY
276.9
310.0
287.5
276.8
85.2
88.6
21029 Bullitt, KY
162.4
161.8
126.7
148.6
29.2
36.3
129.0
76.5
80.6
19982000 2000
CLRD CLRD
Death Death
Rate Rate
19982000
2000
2000
Pneum/ Pneum/ Unint
Influenza Influenza Injury
Death
Death
Death
Rate
Rate
Rate
19982000
Unint
Injury
Death
Rate
2000
Diabetes
Death
Rate
19982000
Diabetes
Death
Rate
53.2
66.4
139.7 215.2 116.4
73.6
62.5
61.3
29.2
26.4
19.5
19.8
21031 Butler, KY
305.9
354.7
91.8
21033 Caldwell, KY
309.6
389.7
280.2
259.8 132.7 101.0
21035 Calloway, KY
395.7
345.2
214.8
218.6
79.1
86.3
28.3
28.8
62.2
57.5
39.6
40.3
33.9
40.3
21037 Campbell, KY
250.7
269.9
235.4
221.6
91.6 100.9
45.8
50.5
24.0
26.3
26.2
26.3
41.4
52.7
21039 Carlisle, KY
547.2
471.4
36.4
36.4
36.4
58.3
20.0
31.9
28.6
73.7
401.3 217.5 182.4
21041 Carroll, KY
554.7
460.1
257.5
21043 Carter, KY
349.7
320.6
240.4
260.1 158.5 100.0
211.3
21045 Casey, KY
341.9
338.7
253.3
221.4
43.7
43.7
51.0
91.2 114.0
51.0
65.1
21047 Christian, KY
288.8
304.3
154.4
156.5
82.9
58.0
45.8
37.7
22.9
23.2
21049 Clark, KY
251.2
249.8
204.5
196.2
87.6
65.4
70.1
47.6
29.2
29.7
21051 Clay, KY
319.0
328.9
181.1
190.4
43.1
51.9
60.4
21053 Clinton, KY
180.2
264.3
220.3
223.6
21055 Crittenden, KY
475.0
511.4
206.5
204.5
21057 Cumberland, KY
512.4
632.2
296.7
192.4 134.8 164.9
21059 Daviess, KY
305.1
300.8
242.0
218.8
90.5 109.4
52.6
35.8
21061 Edmonson, KY
220.5
239.8
203.5
205.6
85.7
19.6
51.9
31.9
29.7
51.7
51.9
27.3
16.8
23.1
42.1
42.1
23.3
15.8
19.4
24.1
24.1
101.6
21063 Elliott, KY
289.3
268.7
289.3
209.0
21065 Estill, KY
392.6
362.1
227.9
249.8 114.0 112.4
218.7
232.4
171.9
166.4
21069 Fleming, KY
355.2
332.5
156.3
187.9
21071 Floyd, KY
254.9
287.7
282.7
242.0
74.1
63.9
64.9
68.5
27.8
22.8
55.6
32.0
41.7
54.8
21073 Franklin, KY
288.4
264.4
178.7
198.3 109.7
95.0
48.7
66.1
28.4
28.9
48.7
28.9
24.4
33.0
21075 Fulton, KY
532.6
638.5
121.0
221.0
121.0
126.4
61.7
74.7
31.6
37.3
31.6
37.3
41.8
31.5
353.9
346.0
353.9
212.9
21079 Garrard, KY
239.4
231.8
239.4
218.2
70.0
102.8
21067 Fayette, KY
21077 Gallatin, KY
64.1
71.5
52.0
48.2
86.7
46.7
99.5
21081 Grant, KY
229.0
224.2
185.0
196.2
52.8
44.0
46.7
21083 Graves, KY
347.6
367.4
231.7
245.0
94.8 111.8 142.2
85.2
52.7
42.6
21085 Grayson, KY
329.4
337.6
222.4
238.8
90.6
65.9
57.6
49.4
21087 Green, KY
324.8
340.8
136.8
179.4
82.4
41.2
49.4
119.7
21089 Greenup, KY
324.0
352.1
235.2
231.2 109.8
21091 Hancock, KY
305.9
273.7
188.2
136.8
99.8
41.8
42.0
41.8
26.3
21093 Hardin, KY
178.0
185.5
182.3
157.2
21095 Harlan, KY
311.9
339.4
277.2
231.9
40.8
56.7
40.8
32.7
23.6
32.7
36.5
30.6
12.9
13.1
75.1
79.2 121.3
96.2
28.9
39.6
40.4
28.3
63.5
21097 Harrison, KY
401.2
428.3
119.3
208.7
56.6
86.7
98.8
56.4
57.2
21.6
47.7
43.2
34.7
21.6
26.0
30.2
26.0
70.5
69.8
41.5
53.4
37.3
20.5
29.0
21099 Hart, KY
462.9
366.3
270.9
183.1
90.3
91.6
21101 Henderson, KY
341.1
355.2
194.3
190.6
95.0
99.6
21103 Henry, KY
304.3
291.5
105.8
172.3
65.1
79.5
21105 Hickman, KY
290.8
364.3
21107 Hopkins, KY
381.9
365.0
242.3
215.7 119.1 128.6 102.7
218.6
21109 Jackson, KY
409.3
391.3
146.2
210.7
87.7
75.3
299
Quality
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Resource
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Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
FEMALE MORTALITY FROM LEADING CAUSES
(Crude Death Rates per 100,000 Females)
FIPS
Code County Name
19982000
2000
19981998Heart Heart 2000 2000 2000 2000
Disease Disease Cancer Cancer Stroke Stroke
Death Death Death Death Death Death
Rate
Rate
Rate Rate Rate Rate
19982000 2000
CLRD CLRD
Death Death
Rate Rate
30.7
26.3
31.8
31.4
25.2
31.4
326.9
226.5
229.3
81.2
80.3
176.3
146.3
136.0
141.1
80.6
67.9
21115 Johnson, KY
395.3
360.6
271.8
245.9
74.1
82.0
41.2
73.8
74.1
41.0
21117 Kenton, KY
229.3
229.0
174.9
176.6
57.0
62.8
55.7
57.6
23.3
27.5
15.5
15.7
20.7
22.2
21119 Knott, KY
290.6
320.6
178.8
199.0
89.4
55.3
21121 Knox, KY
303.3
346.2
194.1
188.3 103.1
91.1
78.9
60.7
36.4
30.4
54.6
42.5
36.4
42.5
21123 Larue, KY
219.2
252.1
233.8
192.8 102.3
89.0
92.9
68.0
34.9
32.2
289.4
280.4
244.9
197.0
391.0
291.5
264.9
63.1
21129 Lee, KY
264.6
355.6
317.5
254.0 132.3
21131 Leslie, KY
236.0
239.3
141.6
179.5
21133 Letcher, KY
387.3
332.4
224.6
211.5
21135 Lewis, KY
254.1
305.1
183.5
203.4
32.5
19982000
Diabetes
Death
Rate
315.2
367.6
31.5
2000
Diabetes
Death
Rate
21113 Jessamine, KY
21127 Lawrence, KY
65.5
19982000
Unint
Injury
Death
Rate
21111 Jefferson, KY
21125 Laurel, KY
63.8
19982000
2000
2000
Pneum/ Pneum/ Unint
Influenza Influenza Injury
Death
Death
Death
Rate
Rate
Rate
26.1
74.2
64.4
44.5
41.7
75.7
76.0
63.1
29.7
30.3
46.5
45.3
42.0
43.4
22.7
94.4
62.0
68.0
62.0
68.0
46.5
72.7
21137 Lincoln, KY
252.1
277.5
142.9
182.1
21139 Livingston, KY
342.9
494.7
201.7
206.1
42.0
60.7
42.0
21141 Logan, KY
348.8
404.3
189.0
21143 Lyon, KY
722.3
516.6
231.1
205.8
94.5 110.3
58.1
58.8
258.3
143.5
21145 McCracken, KY
471.0
432.8
215.2
210.6 104.7 128.7
21147 McCreary, KY
161.4
268.8
196.0
280.5
46.5
52.6
58.4 149.9
93.5
21149 McLean, KY
414.9
399.2
197.6
239.5 138.3 159.7
21151 Madison, KY
280.9
242.0
98.2
118.2
21153 Magoffin, KY
221.9
216.4
192.3
216.4
21155 Marion, KY
277.7
298.5
244.4
252.6
88.9 103.3
77.8
57.4
100.0
21157 Marshall, KY
462.1
401.8
234.3
239.8 175.7 142.6
39.0
45.4
32.5
32.4
21159 Martin, KY
299.1
339.6
188.9
210.3
21161 Mason, KY
357.3
435.1
322.8
251.9 161.4 126.0
80.7
57.3
69.2
57.3
21163 Meade, KY
121.7
156.2
136.9
142.0
21165 Menifee, KY
246.2
331.0
184.7
21167 Mercer, KY
419.5
306.3
279.6
269.1 130.5 111.4
21169 Metcalfe, KY
252.8
377.8
136.1
139.2
21171 Monroe, KY
446.1
441.4
165.2
237.7
21173 Montgomery, KY
293.4
330.7
233.0
241.3
21175 Morgan, KY
336.2
273.5
208.1
177.0
69.2
68.2
45.6
67.5
43.6
46.8
36.3
36.8
40.7
23.4
80.7
58.4
58.4
118.6
35.5
35.5
33.8
19.1
25.3
88.8
72.1
16.4
25.3
13.6
16.9
32.5
35.5
46.6
55.9
55.9
99.4
99.1
94.9
80.4
44.7
53.6
51.8
43.1
21177 Muhlenberg, KY
466.4
390.3
223.9
219.5 155.5 115.9
43.5
36.6
43.5
36.6
62.2
54.9
21179 Nelson, KY
251.9
229.7
167.9
197.6 115.5 101.5
31.5
32.0
42.0
37.4
47.2
32.0
31.5
37.4
21181 Nicholas, KY
284.3
223.6
312.8
279.5
51.5
52.3
51.5
43.6
27.6
23.2
46.4
51.5
33.1
76.8
60.9
21183 Ohio, KY
343.1
340.1
265.9
252.9
42.9
43.6
51.5
21185 Oldham, KY
162.2
133.5
139.0
124.3
74.1
55.2
32.4
21187 Owen, KY
228.1
346.4
114.0
173.2
21189 Owsley, KY
373.9
350.1
207.7
233.4
21191 Pendleton, KY
236.6
239.6
97.4
155.1
69.6
21193 Perry, KY
331.1
354.2
211.9
218.9
39.7
21195 Pike, KY
420.9
387.6
207.6
224.3
56.9
21197 Powell, KY
316.3
271.2
75.3
165.7
23.2
69.6
55.4
16.6
39.7
32.2
39.7
31.3
36.0
37.0
44.3
90.4
300
Quality
.
Resource
.
Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
FEMALE MORTALITY FROM LEADING CAUSES
(Crude Death Rates per 100,000 Females)
FIPS
Code County Name
19982000
2000
19981998Heart Heart 2000 2000 2000 2000
Disease Disease Cancer Cancer Stroke Stroke
Death Death Death Death Death Death
Rate
Rate
Rate Rate Rate Rate
241.3
80.0
19982000 2000
CLRD CLRD
Death Death
Rate Rate
75.9
45.2
41.4
19982000
2000
2000
Pneum/ Pneum/ Unint
Influenza Influenza Injury
Death
Death
Death
Rate
Rate
Rate
21199 Pulaski, KY
302.8
293.1 247.1
21201 Robertson, KY
601.9
698.7
34.8
44.8
21203 Rockcastle, KY
298.3
306.6 179.0
220.7
83.5
98.1
21205 Rowan, KY
229.1
218.9 220.2
140.1
61.7
96.3
21207 Russell, KY
309.1
321.9 297.2
274.2
71.3 107.3
21209 Scott, KY
248.8
244.7 207.3
171.3
59.2
79.5
35.5
36.7
21211 Shelby, KY
286.5
279.4 204.6
155.2 157.8 142.8
35.1
37.3
40.9
37.3
21213 Simpson, KY
488.0
367.1 190.4
177.6
21215 Spencer, KY
343.1
266.1 171.5
190.1
21217 Taylor, KY
302.5
244.4 268.9
244.4
75.6
92.7
50.6
50.4
50.6
21219 Todd, KY
325.4
491.2 130.2
220.2
97.6
84.7
97.6
84.7
21221 Trigg, KY
312.6
344.3 265.7
219.1
21223 Trimble, KY
193.8
299.5 169.5
224.6
225.9 180.7 100.4
24.4
0.0
59.5
2000
Diabetes
Death
Rate
19982000
Diabetes
Death
Rate
27.6
41.8
41.4
0.0
71.3
71.5
71.3
0.0
59.6
29.6
59.2
42.0
0.0
78.2
21225 Union, KY
309.7
376.6 258.1
21227 Warren, KY
226.9
236.5 188.7
193.1
21229 Washington, KY
288.1
265.4 252.1
230.0 126.1 106.2
21231 Wayne, KY
287.9
274.3 198.6
182.9
21233 Webster, KY
304.9
354.7 221.8
212.8
97.0 127.7
21235 Whitley, KY
420.4
369.6 199.4
235.7
75.5
21237 Wolfe, KY
477.7
327.0 281.0
272.5
21239 Woodford, KY
266.1
209.9 133.0
159.5 141.4
28 MISSISSIPPI
61.5
84.6
10.6
34.7
19.1
19.5
75.0
27.6
26.0
59.6
61.0
32.3
26.8
25.4
53.9
42.8
64.7
42.8
48.2
140.5
0.0
83.9
334.4
338.4 187.1
186.9
83.8
80.3
433.5
456.1 200.5
255.2
92.1
92.3
28003 Alcorn, MS
465.6
397.6 241.2
213.2 162.7 144.1
28005 Amite, MS
369.5
280.8 213.2
182.5
21.7
108.0
59.6
28001 Adams, MS
97.4
19982000
Unint
Injury
Death
Rate
42.0
38.7
44.9
37.6
31.4
30.2
43.4
92.1
54.3
38.1
39.1
46.1
72.9
57.6
89.8
74.9
23.1
50.8
41.6
27.7
37.0
27.9
26.1
37.0
37.0
54.4
53.5
32.6
71.1
28007 Attala, MS
263.0
373.2
28009 Benton, MS
460.7
408.5 121.2
216.2
201.8 107.1 111.0
28011 Bolivar, MS
439.1
392.8 282.0
217.2
28013 Calhoun, MS
468.3
435.5 139.2
192.1 265.8 217.8
28015 Carroll, MS
333.0
266.3 148.0
228.2
28017 Chickasaw, MS
445.8
351.6 217.9
217.2
28019 Choctaw, MS
412.9
381.0 137.6
200.5
28021 Claiborne, MS
376.6
446.1 172.6
143.4
28023 Clarke, MS
436.8
471.0 117.2
104.7 149.2
83.7
28025 Clay, MS
447.3
461.0 154.8
147.9
60.9
168.2
37.0
49.5
60.2
0.0
60.1
72.4
62.1
51.7
28027 Coahoma, MS
440.9
398.3 187.2
214.0
90.6
83.2
35.7
54.4
53.5
42.3
65.4
28029 Copiah, MS
402.4
371.8 161.0
166.0
93.9
86.3
47.0
39.8
60.4
33.2
53.7
53.1
28031 Covington, MS
267.9
336.0 168.7
199.5
49.6
28033 DeSoto, MS
179.2
189.1 177.3
158.2
53.6
44.4
33.3
36.7
12.9
15.4
42.5
32.8
42.5
25.1
28035 Forrest, MS
349.4
335.6 161.7
185.6
96.5
83.9
83.4
71.2
20.9
22.9
36.5
35.6
57.4
28.0
28037 Franklin, MS
591.7
646.1 204.8
207.7
52.5
159.3
28039 George, MS
335.4
272.0 199.1
221.6 104.8
28041 Greene, MS
311.3
215.6 155.6
143.7
60.4
28043 Grenada, MS
387.6
412.5 226.1
222.8 258.4 214.5
301
60.4
48.4
49.5
50.4
64.6
66.0
88.8
125.8
90.7
57.8
Quality
.
Resource
.
Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
FEMALE MORTALITY FROM LEADING CAUSES
(Crude Death Rates per 100,000 Females)
FIPS
Code County Name
1998199819982000
2000
199819981998- 2000
2000
2000 2000
1998Heart Heart 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 Pneum/ Pneum/ Unint Unint 2000
2000
Disease Disease Cancer Cancer Stroke Stroke CLRD CLRD Influenza Influenza Injury Injury Diabetes Diabetes
Death Death Death Death Death Death Death Death Death
Death
Death Death Death
Death
Rate
Rate
Rate Rate Rate Rate Rate Rate Rate
Rate
Rate Rate Rate
Rate
28045 Hancock, MS
355.4
367.2
207.7
186.0
73.8
57.2
55.4
52.5
23.1
28.6
41.5
42.9
28047 Harrison, MS
325.6
335.7
209.0
207.9
66.2
59.6
35.7
41.2
11.6
19.5
37.8
35.7
28049 Hinds, MS
283.8
303.8
143.8
167.9
58.0
71.4
27.1
32.7
21.8
24.3
25.6
34.9
24.1
24.3
95.3 103.8
43.3
43.3
43.3
43.3
43.3
43.3
59.7
63.3
36.2
27.0
7.5
15.0
36.1
32.8
24.0
28051 Holmes, MS
346.6
372.0
225.3
199.0
28053 Humphreys, MS
501.8
431.5
284.4
182.6
28057 Itawamba, MS
349.5
442.8
187.6
207.8 102.3
90.4 102.3
54.2
28059 Jackson, MS
276.0
271.8
176.5
169.7
61.8
63.1
46.8
40.6
33.2
24.0
28061 Jasper, MS
452.6
394.9
284.2
202.8 105.3
85.4
52.6
51.1
35.8
28055 Issaquena, MS
0.0
0.0
9.7
0.0
0.0
28063 Jefferson, MS
224.7
326.1
224.7
173.9 102.1
28065 Jefferson Davis, MS
408.0
451.9
176.8
164.3
68.0
68.5
81.6
28067 Jones, MS
298.2
312.6
175.9
171.3
74.5
72.1
29.8
33.1
68.6
28069 Kemper, MS
570.1
404.6
128.7
128.7
28071 Lafayette, MS
233.5
271.3
126.9
135.7
81.2
70.5
35.5
38.0
28073 Lamar, MS
247.4
224.6
143.5
163.4 108.8
86.8
34.6
35.7
29.7
25.5
34.6
25.5
65.9
56.8
63.4
51.8
58.5
44.4
14.6
14.8
28.0
58.4
43.3
22.8
15.3
133.3
106.4
108.8
30.5
28075 Lauderdale, MS
439.0
434.5
212.2
244.4
70.7
79.0
28077 Lawrence, MS
449.4
466.7
232.0
189.6 145.0
87.5
28079 Leake, MS
416.1
466.0
274.3
233.0
97.1
47.3
28081 Lee, MS
342.6
321.2
177.7
165.7 121.8 102.0
53.3
33.1
38.1
28083 Leflore, MS
563.1
528.0
192.8
205.1 126.8 102.5
50.7
46.1
25.4
94.6
28085 Lincoln, MS
405.6
396.1
249.2
236.5 156.5 147.8
29.0
47.3
86.9
59.1
29.0
35.5
28087 Lowndes, MS
181.9
223.7
148.0
139.8
67.8
65.2
24.7
24.9
15.4
15.5
27.7
31.1
28089 Madison, MS
287.8
238.6
364.2
246.3 101.9
79.5
53.5
38.5
28.0
25.7
15.3
25.7
28.0
25.7
28091 Marion, MS
408.6
369.5
181.6
214.3 158.9 140.4
98.4
66.5
75.7
51.7
45.4
44.3
37.8
36.9
39.6
46.6
45.3
29.1
39.7
49.9
49.6
44.9
49.6
29.9
40.0
41.1
46.6
54.8
33.3
34.3
52.9
44.3
28093 Marshall, MS
254.6
285.4
152.7
192.2 130.1 104.9
28.3
28095 Monroe, MS
329.4
302.6
234.6
208.4
49.9
84.8
94.3
28097 Montgomery, MS
382.4
424.0
198.8
196.9 122.4 136.3
28099 Neshoba, MS
453.1
404.4
146.6
164.5 126.6 109.7
28101 Newton, MS
361.3
363.0
193.8
212.5
28103 Noxubee, MS
318.9
380.5
151.8
106.5
79.3
79.7
74.6
28105 Oktibbeha, MS
214.4
269.4
130.5
112.7
68.6
23.3
28107 Panola, MS
391.8
360.5
167.9
169.0 100.8 118.3
44.8
33.8
28109 Pearl River, MS
279.8
255.3
215.9
182.4
68.0
52.7
28111 Perry, MS
290.0
388.9
306.1
178.2
28113 Pike, MS
478.0
446.5
173.8
181.5
62.8
73.6
53.1
54.0
24.5
28115 Pontotoc, MS
312.9
337.3
138.3
149.9
50.9
60.0
36.4
45.0
37.5
28117 Prentiss, MS
243.1
248.9
174.7
155.5
60.8
85.5
28119 Quitman, MS
405.5
396.4
350.2
302.0
28121 Rankin, MS
261.1
272.3
125.5
127.4
23.7
43.6
30.5
29.7
28123 Scott, MS
259.9
376.0
157.3
191.7
54.7
66.4
54.7
44.2
28125 Sharkey, MS
229.4
283.4
200.7
226.8
28127 Simpson, MS
323.6
350.9
168.8
194.1 112.5 104.5
42.2
52.3
28129 Smith, MS
350.4
376.5
145.0
163.1 145.0 100.4
72.5
28131 Stone, MS
305.6
366.8
261.9
205.4
76.0
60.8
80.6
37.3
24.5
28.0
29.4
56.0
62.0
44.8
62.0
28.4
28.0
28.4
44.0
44.6
29.4
82.1
93.2
8.5
12.2
112.8
96.7
65.5
38.9
45.0
46.7
23.7
24.4
32.2
29.7
47.9
51.6
63.3
67.2
141.7
49.2
37.3
87.3
302
0.0
Quality
.
Resource
.
Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
FEMALE MORTALITY FROM LEADING CAUSES
(Crude Death Rates per 100,000 Females)
FIPS
Code County Name
1998199819982000
2000
199819981998- 2000
2000
2000 2000
1998Heart Heart 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 Pneum/ Pneum/ Unint Unint 2000
2000
Disease Disease Cancer Cancer Stroke Stroke CLRD CLRD Influenza Influenza Injury Injury Diabetes Diabetes
Death Death Death Death Death Death Death Death Death
Death
Death Death Death
Death
Rate
Rate
Rate Rate Rate Rate Rate Rate Rate
Rate
Rate Rate Rate
Rate
28133 Sunflower, MS
320.4
389.8
163.3
178.9
44.0
76.7
28135 Tallahatchie, MS
352.8
331.2
113.4
191.1
88.2
76.4
28137 Tate, MS
267.2
298.9
206.1
212.4
68.7
62.9
28139 Tippah, MS
511.5
505.8
204.6
239.1 139.5
92.0
50.3
53.4
44.7
44.0
47.2
38.2
32.0
46.0
28141 Tishomingo, MS
673.9
559.3
221.3
244.1 130.8 122.0
28143 Tunica, MS
227.8
403.7
186.4
201.8
28145 Union, MS
351.5
348.5
206.3
190.1 114.6 134.6
28147 Walthall, MS
278.0
396.7
176.9
185.1 151.6
79.3
28149 Warren, MS
303.4
329.2
178.2
187.6
91.0
80.4
28151 Washington, MS
322.0
327.7
220.6
210.6
68.6
73.1
32.8
28153 Wayne, MS
297.8
332.5
135.4
157.0
72.2
55.4
54.1
28155 Webster, MS
319.6
404.3
188.0
165.4 169.2 110.3
94.0
28157 Wilkinson, MS
463.9
409.3
201.7
245.6 121.0
28159 Winston, MS
451.5
447.7
307.4
253.0 144.1 126.5
28161 Yalobusha, MS
527.5
447.2
175.8
238.5 131.9 119.2
28163 Yazoo, MS
347.1
345.4
188.0
191.1 115.7 117.6
36.2
36.7
244.9
247.6
177.9
183.0
89.2
43.0
42.0
28.2
27.7
37001 Alamance, NC
263.4
282.9
206.0
211.8 100.1 112.8
38.3
46.4
25.0
26.3
37003 Alexander, NC
261.1
271.1
189.9
197.2
29.7
37.0
35.6
43.1
37005 Alleghany, NC
313.8
307.5
313.8
326.7 110.7 153.7 147.7
37007 Anson, NC
396.6
359.5
186.6
207.7 108.9
70.0
39.9
37009 Ashe, NC
380.5
370.9
210.5
233.9 129.5 121.0 105.2
88.7
37011 Avery, NC
394.9
388.7
209.8
213.1
74.0
62.7
37013 Beaufort, NC
446.4
449.2
204.1
220.3 123.3
63.8
50.8
37015 Bertie, NC
341.6
314.5
284.6
259.0 123.3 138.7
37 NORTH CAROLINA
87.3
94.9
45.9
38.3
76.3
55.1
55.8
55.2
50.8
37.7
32.0
50.8
47.5
53.5
39.6
39.6
30.6
37.9
42.1
34.1
30.6
30.3
19.1
35.1
14.9
23.4
47.7
41.0
44.7
26.3
48.0
48.7
36.2
36.7
72.3
28.7
28.7
28.5
28.4
41.2
34.0
28.0
27.8
29.7
30.8
91.9
100.8
86.3
87.9
61.7
93.2
37017 Bladen, NC
417.7
371.1
149.2
170.3 149.2 158.2
37019 Brunswick, NC
274.4
268.7
209.8
207.8
69.9
50.3
62.8
83.1
70.0
39.9
40.5
40.3
62.7
76.5
42.4
38.3
29.7
56.9
53.8
66.1
21.3
21.2
94.9
83.2
36.5
47.7
42.6
47.7
36.5
35.8
48.7
41.6
24.2
22.2
21.5
27.7
29.6
27.7
37021 Buncombe, NC
278.7
302.9
238.6
238.5 118.4 115.4
66.2
68.3
25.2
34.6
31.7
30.8
22.4
21.2
37023 Burke, NC
249.0
269.1
184.0
201.3 101.0
93.6
65.1
58.5
42.6
35.1
26.9
32.8
38.1
35.1
37025 Cabarrus, NC
246.5
265.1
169.9
193.4
69.2
71.7
39.1
42.1
37.6
37.4
21.0
28.1
27.1
26.5
37027 Caldwell, NC
260.3
266.8
216.9
187.3
71.5
79.5
45.9
48.7
51.0
35.9
28.1
35.9
33.2
28.2
37029 Camden, NC
201.7
261.6
288.1
232.6
72.8
79.1
86.0
72.5
26.5
23.1
33.0
39.7
26.4
37031 Carteret, NC
317.6
319.7
231.6
224.1
37033 Caswell, NC
198.2
320.8
206.8
178.2 103.4 106.9
37035 Catawba, NC
253.5
241.3
181.1
198.2
96.1
83.3
44.6
41.6
37.6
38.8
30.6
31.6
18.1
18.7
37037 Chatham, NC
231.4
270.1
167.6
195.3
83.8
99.7
23.9
29.1
51.9
62.3
39.9
33.2
51.9
33.2
37039 Cherokee, NC
383.6
331.6
255.8
290.1
79.9
91.2
40.0
58.0
48.0
37041 Chowan, NC
349.7
353.3
129.5
196.3 155.4 130.9
90.7
37043 Clay, NC
288.7
337.7
333.1
247.6 133.2 112.6
37045 Cleveland, NC
310.1
285.5
210.1
214.1 110.0 108.1
44.0
40.8
30.0
30.6
28.0
38.7
30.0
32.6
44.6
40.0
77.7
0.0
37047 Columbus, NC
394.0
391.3
225.1
222.5
95.0 114.9
45.7
32.3
17.6
21.5
49.3
43.1
56.3
39.5
37049 Craven, NC
240.7
240.3
203.2
191.4
75.1
86.8
48.6
37.8
37.5
28.9
33.1
22.3
19.9
26.7
37051 Cumberland, NC
193.0
178.4
128.2
135.3
42.7
46.5
34.7
33.3
21.4
16.7
19.4
22.9
26.0
27.1
37053 Currituck, NC
316.7
232.3
185.6
177.0 131.0 110.6
65.5
303
66.4
Quality
.
Resource
.
Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
FEMALE MORTALITY FROM LEADING CAUSES
(Crude Death Rates per 100,000 Females)
FIPS
Code County Name
19982000
2000
199819981998- 2000
Heart Heart 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 Pneum/
Disease Disease Cancer Cancer Stroke Stroke CLRD CLRD Influenza
Death Death Death Death Death Death Death Death Death
Rate
Rate
Rate Rate Rate Rate Rate Rate Rate
19982000
Pneum/
Influenza
Death
Rate
19982000 2000
Unint Unint 2000
Injury Injury Diabetes
Death Death Death
Rate Rate Rate
37055 Dare, NC
195.0
209.9
215.2
189.6
80.7
60.9
33.6
37057 Davidson, NC
288.8
268.9
185.0
161.1
90.5
90.1
46.6
47.8
37059 Davie, NC
311.0
332.0
158.3
183.8
67.9
83.0
56.5
47.4
37061 Duplin, NC
218.2
277.1
177.8
212.1 181.8 168.8
72.7
43.3
37063 Durham, NC
198.0
200.0
166.0
177.3
82.7
35.4
37.3
37065 Edgecombe, NC
322.6
298.6
208.3
221.4 110.9 114.1
23.5
33.5
37067 Forsyth, NC
241.5
250.9
188.9
195.5
92.9
44.4
43.2
37069 Franklin, NC
288.1
268.2
229.7
178.8 133.6 110.7
33.4
29.8
62.1
69.3
35.6
32.1
32.6
34.8
26.8
34.8
31.3
26.1
76.9
78.2
19982000
Diabetes
Death
Rate
33.9
37.3
27.3
29.3
27.3
22.6
20.5
33.9
29.6
39.6
35.6
39.0
56.6
47.6
68.7
51.9
22.5
26.4
30.3
30.0
14.7
22.7
23.5
26.8
26.9
33.5
47.0
33.5
36.3
29.0
28.8
41.8
29.8
25.2
32.5
32.3
21.3
20.9
42.6
29.0
40.7
36.2
37071 Gaston, NC
284.9
280.3
205.6
194.4 104.8
87.9
37073 Gates, NC
410.4
307.6
223.8
269.2
96.1
37075 Graham, NC
342.0
359.2
244.3
205.2
37077 Granville, NC
260.7
227.9
165.1
187.7
56.5
84.9
37079 Greene, NC
216.8
219.9
238.5
197.9
54.2
55.0
37081 Guilford, NC
225.2
220.1
179.2
189.2
91.2
94.3
45.1
39.5
36.5
31.9
25.5
27.6
21.9
37083 Halifax, NC
309.1
334.3
189.5
206.0
93.1 118.2
49.9
43.9
33.2
33.8
33.2
27.0
19.9
40.5
37085 Harnett, NC
225.6
232.3
158.3
170.8
80.3
43.4
38.7
39.0
31.9
43.4
29.6
32.5
34.2
60.4
47.4
75.1
26.8
31.3
66.0
37087 Haywood, NC
319.9
357.4
202.6
240.7 106.6 113.1
67.5
54.7
53.3
43.8
42.6
40.1
37089 Henderson, NC
315.2
296.3
291.3
255.0 108.7 119.4
84.8
91.9
47.8
41.3
32.6
39.0
37091 Hertford, NC
286.5
258.1
245.6
241.4 106.4
99.9
40.9
41.6
37093 Hoke, NC
174.1
182.3
114.1
157.1
54.0
62.9
30.0
37095 Hyde, NC
619.1
516.2
218.5
258.1
37097 Iredell, NC
287.8
291.3
171.1
162.2
89.5
97.6
32.0
28.1
27.2
37099 Jackson, NC
171.1
224.6
188.8
212.1 123.9
93.6
59.0
49.9
29.5
37101 Johnston, NC
250.9
252.2
164.6
167.0
69.6
24.4
27.8
13.0
37103 Jones, NC
260.2
371.2
130.1
214.9 148.7 117.2
37105 Lee, NC
314.2
292.7
225.6
197.8
76.5
75.2
64.4
43.5
37107 Lenoir, NC
325.5
315.1
213.8
216.4
89.4 111.4
28.7
47.7
37109 Lincoln, NC
258.9
252.4
184.0
183.6
93.6
78.7
53.0
37111 McDowell, NC
236.4
214.3
193.9
190.0
80.4
92.6
66.2
37113 Macon, NC
354.3
358.3
231.9
225.6 173.9 152.6
90.2
37115 Madison, NC
241.2
290.5
231.1
207.5 120.6 103.8
37117 Martin, NC
539.2
440.5
306.0
260.0 123.9 122.8
51.0
37119 Mecklenburg, NC
151.4
158.0
135.9
140.0
30.5
37121 Mitchell, NC
386.5
385.3
162.1
269.7 199.5 166.9
58.3
20.7
49.1
41.6
54.0
44.0
33.1
32.0
24.8
47.2
31.2
29.3
26.1
0.0
68.4
63.3
60.4
67.2
20.5
0.0
28.1
30.4
20.9
17.9
33.0
27.7
44.3
35.6
40.3
39.6
25.5
22.3
31.9
35.0
44.7
41.4
45.9
53.0
32.8
31.2
32.8
28.1
26.2
53.6
33.1
24.4
37.8
29.2
33.1
46.4
38.7
39.8
62.3
50.2
51.9
70.3
43.3
65.6
50.5
58.3
43.3
102.0
93.9
33.0
17.5
20.3
18.1
18.9
18.9
19.5
35.4
111.5
64.2
33.2
39.0
39.8
62.3
37123 Montgomery, NC
370.1
322.9
234.1
234.1
72.7
60.4
48.4
37125 Moore, NC
332.9
339.9
227.1
247.7 131.6 131.8
82.6
65.9
25.8
36.9
31.0
60.4
40.4
34.3
15.5
21.1
37127 Nash, NC
271.2
246.5
185.2
180.6 132.3 112.6
30.9
38.3
39.7
38.3
35.3
27.6
30.9
31.9
37129 New Hanover, NC
226.7
243.0
173.6
173.2
84.4
87.2
39.8
44.9
25.3
26.2
24.1
16.2
30.1
31.2
37131 Northampton, NC
304.3
331.5
260.8
241.9
78.2 107.5
60.9
62.7
43.5
53.7
37133 Onslow, NC
123.2
136.4
114.3
122.1
53.4
49.2
26.7
39.7
16.3
19.0
16.3
23.8
14.8
15.9
37135 Orange, NC
119.0
129.6
151.2
165.0
40.2
53.9
20.9
21.9
20.9
20.2
28.9
25.2
14.5
16.8
109.0
77.5
38.9
49.4
38.9
38.4
24.5
29.6
37137 Pamlico, NC
155.7
325.6
249.2
248.1 171.3 108.5
37139 Pasquotank, NC
283.2
302.1
216.6
214.2 127.7 115.3
77.7
71.4
37141 Pender, NC
274.3
231.9
176.3
197.4 127.3 108.6
49.0
49.3
304
33.3
24.5
24.7
Quality
.
Resource
.
Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
FEMALE MORTALITY FROM LEADING CAUSES
(Crude Death Rates per 100,000 Females)
FIPS
Code County Name
1998199819982000
2000
199819981998- 2000
2000
2000 2000
1998Heart Heart 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 Pneum/ Pneum/ Unint Unint 2000
2000
Disease Disease Cancer Cancer Stroke Stroke CLRD CLRD Influenza Influenza Injury Injury Diabetes Diabetes
Death Death Death Death Death Death Death Death Death
Death
Death Death Death
Death
Rate
Rate
Rate Rate Rate Rate Rate Rate Rate
Rate
Rate Rate Rate
Rate
37143 Perquimans, NC
403.9
373.1 185.1
203.5
37145 Person, NC
325.5
291.1 271.2
223.9 108.5 111.9
84.1 152.6
54.2
50.4
32.5
27.1
33.6
37147 Pitt, NC
186.2
207.3 160.6
144.1
24.2
27.9
22.7
22.1
38.4
26.5
35.5
33.8
37149 Polk, NC
373.8
393.2 238.8
273.1 166.1 163.8
72.7 109.2
37151 Randolph, NC
285.0
279.7 133.4
171.2
87.9
75.4
33.4
42.4
19.7
18.9
25.8
26.7
12.1
12.6
37153 Richmond, NC
413.2
377.3 219.3
192.9
97.0
79.7
50.6
50.3
21.1
25.2
42.2
33.5
75.9
50.3
37155 Robeson, NC
251.0
286.8 162.6
162.1 105.8 100.5
25.3
29.2
18.9
21.1
36.3
45.4
50.5
55.1
37157 Rockingham, NC
281.8
283.3 252.3
247.4 113.5 122.6
77.8
65.5
18.9
25.4
40.0
35.9
35.7
33.8
37159 Rowan, NC
319.9
335.4 172.8
189.3
98.5
40.9
49.2
39.4
41.5
44.0
36.9
44.0
32.3
37161 Rutherford, NC
331.3
331.5 220.9
212.6 153.4 112.6
33.7
37.5
55.2
43.8
46.0
40.7
15.3
42.8
49.4
42.8
45.9
95.2
80.4
82.3
37163 Sampson, NC
233.9
289.2 168.0
183.4
95.5 144.6
42.8
45.9
37165 Scotland, NC
355.8
308.8 209.3
162.2
94.2
94.2
47.1
36.6
88.3
26.2
56.0
49.4
41.9
36.6
37167 Stanly, NC
387.4
373.3 210.7
208.9
99.3
47.6
41.1
37.4
20.5
37.4
34.2
23.8
41.1
37169 Stokes, NC
276.3
227.9 140.3
160.9 135.9 147.5
48.2
40.2
30.7
35.8
30.7
31.3
43.9
35.8
37171 Surry, NC
272.0
289.9 197.9
233.6 115.4 129.5
44.0
53.5
33.0
33.8
38.5
39.4
27.5
25.3
37173 Swain, NC
330.2
316.1 195.1
205.5
75.0 110.6 150.1
79.0
105.1
94.8
37175 Transylvania, NC
335.1
316.6 216.8
276.2
85.4
94.3
59.1
67.4
37177 Tyrrell, NC
412.8
360.6
257.6
37179 Union, NC
203.5
209.1 127.6
142.8
53.3
51.0
35.5
27.2
16.1
18.7
0.0
17.0
37181 Vance, NC
313.5
315.8 211.9
209.0 114.8 115.6
26.5
35.6
39.7
35.6
37183 Wake, NC
132.1
138.9 122.0
122.3
27.2
25.5
9.2
10.2
37185 Warren, NC
315.0
328.4 167.3
236.0 137.8 123.1
37187 Washington, NC
428.5
376.4 248.8
278.8
96.8
56.3
60.2
51.3
21.0
27.2
19.4
26.5
44.5
16.8
18.8
16.4
19.5
51.3
69.7
37189 Watauga, NC
177.4
179.3 102.7
122.7
93.4
89.6
56.0
37.7
28.0
28.3
32.7
23.6
37191 Wayne, NC
302.9
295.3 191.5
208.7 101.0
91.9
50.5
40.7
27.9
23.0
36.6
30.1
59.2
49.5
37193 Wilkes, NC
225.5
227.5 180.4
199.9 135.3 138.4
69.2
52.3
66.1
49.2
36.1
30.7
30.1
27.7
37195 Wilson, NC
264.3
290.9 158.1
202.0
93.3 102.4
49.2
37.7
18.1
21.5
25.9
26.9
31.1
40.4
37197 Yadkin, NC
318.8
281.1 194.5
187.4
81.1
33.1
27.0
33.1
70.3
60.6
43.2
38.6
37199 Yancey, NC
363.4
250.7 319.4
250.7 143.2 136.7
37.5
38.5
19.6
21.8
31.7
31.4
33.0
31.7
45 SOUTH CAROLINA
82.7
236.8
242.7 180.6
182.3
85.7
90.0
45001 Abbeville, SC
212.9
250.1 124.8
181.9
95.4
98.5
45003 Aiken, SC
223.3
223.9 177.3
180.3
70.4
71.8
43.3
43.7
23.0
25.3
13.5
29.6
43.3
35.2
45005 Allendale, SC
279.1
311.5
201.5
45007 Anderson, SC
239.3
268.8 190.3
185.1
94.6
88.4
47.9
47.2
15.2
24.8
30.4
29.5
44.4
36.5
45009 Bamberg, SC
396.5
365.2 305.9
251.1 135.9 148.4
45011 Barnwell, SC
270.8
318.4 197.0
206.5
82.1 137.7
41.0
43.0
41.0
45013 Beaufort, SC
174.1
177.8 165.7
177.8
55.2
63.4
36.8
31.7
21.8
17.6
33.5
26.4
11.7
15.8
45015 Berkeley, SC
141.0
141.0 151.0
136.7
71.2
59.0
19.9
28.8
8.5
15.8
24.2
25.9
21.4
23.0
45017 Calhoun, SC
225.3
314.5 137.7
183.5
75.1 117.9
45019 Charleston, SC
198.5
195.6 184.8
169.4
98.6
84.1
38.7
37.8
18.1
18.9
27.5
27.4
39.3
31.7
45021 Cherokee, SC
280.3
262.5 199.2
205.4
99.6
83.7
44.3
64.7
29.5
22.8
36.9
41.8
44.3
49.4
45023 Chester, SC
243.0
265.4 226.0
176.9
73.5
77.4
45.2
38.7
90.4
55.3
45025 Chesterfield, SC
266.5
317.1 198.8
211.4
49.7
73.5
31.6
50.5
22.6
23.0
40.7
46.0
31.6
27.6
45027 Clarendon, SC
205.5
231.7 253.9
206.7
90.7 156.6
48.4
31.3
31.3
60.4
43.8
30.2
305
38.7
Quality
.
Resource
.
Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
FEMALE MORTALITY FROM LEADING CAUSES
(Crude Death Rates per 100,000 Females)
FIPS
Code County Name
1998199819982000
2000
199819981998- 2000
2000
2000 2000
Heart Heart 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 Pneum/ Pneum/ Unint Unint 2000
Disease Disease Cancer Cancer Stroke Stroke CLRD CLRD Influenza Influenza Injury Injury Diabetes
Death Death Death Death Death Death Death Death Death
Death
Death Death Death
Rate
Rate
Rate Rate Rate Rate Rate Rate Rate
Rate
Rate Rate Rate
45029 Colleton, SC
311.0
304.4
225.7
192.8
45031 Darlington, SC
287.2
300.0
228.1
206.6 126.7 152.8
65.2
76.1
25.4
42.2
45.3
36.6
32.3
93.2
50.2
30.4
40.1
35.5
42.2
28.3
59.1
50.9
42.2
39.6
31.1
42.7
49.7
12.2
10.8
16.3
25.8
26.4
19.4
60.6
56.7
65.1
42.1
16.5
18.1
45033 Dillon, SC
213.5
248.5
225.7
192.6 122.0
45035 Dorchester, SC
201.1
223.7
164.5
159.2 119.8 146.3
45037 Edgefield, SC
276.9
312.0
112.5
141.8
69.2
45039 Fairfield, SC
561.6
437.6
146.5
193.6
81.4 109.4
45041 Florence, SC
352.5
332.7
171.0
179.2
93.0
99.4
48.0
42.2
45043 Georgetown, SC
254.3
236.6
209.6
194.9
82.5
76.5
41.2
41.8
45045 Greenville, SC
221.7
241.4
173.0
178.8
74.9
69.0
41.1
44.6
19.0
45047 Greenwood, SC
255.8
277.2
230.2
236.4
88.1
93.4
48.3
37.9
45049 Hampton, SC
390.8
349.3
219.2
223.2
85.8
87.3
45051 Horry, SC
214.8
210.6
185.8
205.3
73.9
87.2
42.0
43.6
45053 Jasper, SC
265.3
273.8
153.1
175.2 102.0 120.5
45055 Kershaw, SC
260.8
242.3
172.6
188.5
80.8
84.6
58.8
46.2
25.7
23.1
45057 Lancaster, SC
290.7
310.2
187.4
168.0
93.7
87.2
38.8
42.0
32.3
32.3
45059 Laurens, SC
300.6
317.9
169.8
176.6
80.7 129.5
39.0
41.2
19.5
35.3
50.1
44.2
45061 Lee, SC
270.2
276.7
150.1
207.5
80.1
88.9
45063 Lexington, SC
181.9
184.3
151.3
167.6
69.3
73.2
36.0
38.9
12.6
45065 McCormick, SC
236.1
353.1
214.6
220.7
49.7
36.7
36.9
31.4
47.3
51.9
73.2
75.7
25.5
22.6
39.0
45.2
44.7
31.3
37.8
27.8
23.3
37.5
32.9
37.5
35.0
45.5
26.3
34.1
32.1
34.1
23.3
12.0
16.0
33.0
33.0
24.0
22.0
30.8
33.1
29.1
38.8
47.7
24.5
30.8
16.2
39.0
32.4
49.4
45067 Marion, SC
298.8
337.7
209.7
205.8
57.7 105.5
45069 Marlboro, SC
435.9
385.1
183.9
205.8
54.5
45071 Newberry, SC
256.9
263.4
203.3
214.0 107.0 109.8
26.8
27.4
92.1
19982000
Diabetes
Death
Rate
79.7
39.8
21.3
39.8
34.2
26.9
25.2
22.2
26.2
36.9
78.6
63.3
88.5
59.8
61.3
53.1
26.8
43.9
32.1
27.4
45073 Oconee, SC
282.2
286.0
205.0
216.8
81.3
38.6
36.1
17.8
30.1
29.7
30.1
17.8
21.1
45075 Orangeburg, SC
265.5
275.5
208.3
212.4 138.9 138.8
28.6
29.4
12.3
16.8
40.8
33.7
30.6
33.7
45077 Pickens, SC
214.5
212.2
156.8
162.8 100.9 100.6
34.2
38.4
19.8
22.0
28.8
32.9
14.4
20.1
45079 Richland, SC
183.8
199.4
176.6
172.0
33.1
28.6
26.5
24.8
30.7
26.7
23.5
29.2
35.6
61.5
68.9
45081 Saluda, SC
414.2
398.5
186.4
166.0
45083 Spartanburg, SC
266.8
263.6
197.0
193.2 115.0 114.4
99.6
49.8
47.9
16.9
18.5
26.8
30.9
29.1
45085 Sumter, SC
227.9
209.5
194.6
180.3 142.7 149.4
29.6
32.8
11.1
14.6
25.9
23.7
42.6
40.1
45087 Union, SC
373.3
340.4
215.1
241.4 120.2 111.4
38.0
43.3
38.0
37.1
31.6
37.1
45089 Williamsburg, SC
252.4
272.5
111.1
146.3 106.0 126.2
25.2
35.3
35.3
95.9
80.7
45091 York, SC
227.4
235.4
148.5
161.4
46.0
53.4
35.4
34.0
25.9
21.8
16.5
23.1
21.2
21.8
47 TENNESSEE
285.0
291.1
195.9
195.8
90.6
91.6
47.1
44.8
33.7
32.3
33.0
32.6
30.3
29.0
47001 Anderson, TN
267.9
279.8
230.4
242.1 101.8 104.9
77.7
72.6
69.7
48.4
32.2
32.3
32.2
35.0
47003 Bedford, TN
322.1
307.5
211.2
186.7 105.6 120.8
37.0
33.0
27.5
63.4
60.4
37.0
27.5
47005 Benton, TN
574.4
512.7
152.4
221.4 105.5
81.6
82.1
58.3
47007 Bledsoe, TN
285.9
310.0
143.0
155.0 107.2
96.9 107.2
47009 Blount, TN
243.6
275.1
179.5
177.8 148.4 121.6
44.0
52.4
31.1
35.6
23.8
37.4
18.3
22.5
47011 Bradley, TN
290.6
275.3
201.9
186.5
53.2
40.9
42.2
34.1
44.4
38.7
24.4
27.3
79.1
62.9
74.2
48.4
39.6
55.5
77.3
62.1
47013 Campbell, TN
266.3
311.6
237.2
227.6 111.4 103.9 101.7
47015 Cannon, TN
306.0
346.6
214.2
189.0
58.6
58.3
24.7
91.8 126.0
47017 Carroll, TN
659.0
551.2
208.8
255.9 156.6 157.5
58.7
72.2
65.2
45.9
52.2
32.8
39.1
45.9
47019 Carter, TN
305.1
314.0
250.3
206.9
96.0 114.2
44.6
64.2
65.1
53.5
34.3
39.2
20.6
42.8
47021 Cheatham, TN
223.1
212.9
161.7
145.7
39.0
33.5
33.6
28.0
44.6
50.4
44.8
306
Quality
.
Resource
.
Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
FEMALE MORTALITY FROM LEADING CAUSES
(Crude Death Rates per 100,000 Females)
FIPS
Code County Name
19982000
2000
199819981998- 2000
Heart Heart 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 Pneum/
Disease Disease Cancer Cancer Stroke Stroke CLRD CLRD Influenza
Death Death Death Death Death Death Death Death Death
Rate
Rate
Rate Rate Rate Rate Rate Rate Rate
19982000
Pneum/
Influenza
Death
Rate
19982000 2000
Unint Unint 2000
Injury Injury Diabetes
Death Death Death
Rate Rate Rate
19982000
Diabetes
Death
Rate
45.3
32.6
51.8
39.2
47023 Chester, TN
237.8
283.2
187.7
205.9
87.6
77.2
47025 Claiborne, TN
466.0
391.5
265.4
241.4
84.1
84.8
47027 Clay, TN
292.8
419.3
195.2
209.6
47029 Cocke, TN
313.2
285.0
203.0
207.8 156.6 130.6
52.2
47.5
29.0
35.6
87.0
71.3
34.8
29.7
47031 Coffee, TN
260.0
294.7
207.2
211.7
77.2
52.8
49.8
32.5
29.1
36.6
24.9
28.4
37.4
47033 Crockett, TN
452.4
488.4
106.4
176.4
93.1 162.8
33.7
32.0
71.2
52.2
0.0
91.3
66.5
47035 Cumberland, TN
373.8
358.7
249.2
213.5 116.3 115.3
49.8
42.7
37.4
29.9
20.8
29.9
47037 Davidson, TN
261.9
267.2
190.1
193.4
37.1
39.4
24.1
28.1
36.1
28.8
47039 Decatur, TN
331.6
471.5
248.7
314.3
92.8
84.0
87.3
104.8
82.9
47041 DeKalb, TN
363.2
364.1
204.3
234.9
68.1 117.5
47043 Dickson, TN
245.5
264.5
159.1
159.6
90.9
95.8
45.5
45.6
45.5
36.5
58.7
56.7
58.7
22.7
22.8
47045 Dyer, TN
479.1
398.8
242.1
212.3
67.0
93.2
72.1
62.2
30.9
31.1
47047 Fayette, TN
245.5
271.6
184.2
161.7
68.2
90.5
40.9
40.9
32.3
75.0
41.4
30.9
31.1
38.8
34.1
47049 Fentress, TN
354.0
371.3
188.8
227.6
47051 Franklin, TN
312.5
338.8
143.8
169.4 163.7 123.2
74.4
56.5
64.5
61.6
39.7
30.8
39.7
47053 Gibson, TN
432.9
463.2
279.4
270.8 161.4 145.2
51.2
55.0
39.4
46.2
31.4
31.5
39.3
66.9
47055 Giles, TN
323.6
367.1
198.1
213.6 178.3 140.2
51.0
92.4
60.1
33.0
47057 Grainger, TN
163.8
186.6
163.8
186.6 134.9 108.1
57.8
47059 Greene, TN
282.2
316.3
204.6
202.4
93.0
98.1
52.7
50.6
58.9
56.9
47061 Grundy, TN
288.1
330.5
288.1
220.3 137.2
82.6
43.4
34.8
27.9
25.3
68.6
68.9
82.3
68.6
68.9
47063 Hamblen, TN
264.5
248.6
250.9
47065 Hamilton, TN
295.1
320.1
208.0
234.6 118.7 150.5
98.3
70.0
50.9
35.0
30.5
31.5
54.3
38.5
226.1 104.0
60.4
52.7
36.1
28.6
22.4
28.6
26.1
47067 Hancock, TN
287.4
377.7
258.7
203.4
25.4
54.0
83.9 141.6
94.6
95.8
59.0
67.4
145.3
47069 Hardeman, TN
378.2
383.3
216.1
219.0
62.6
46.3
39.1
47071 Hardin, TN
330.7
308.6
246.1
239.2 230.7 239.2
46.3
38.4
38.6
38.4
65.4
42.0
18.2
47073 Hawkins, TN
269.0
313.2
218.1
194.8
80.0
72.6
47075 Haywood, TN
332.0
422.5
208.7
220.9
56.9
86.4
47077 Henderson, TN
287.2
279.1
226.7
209.3 302.3 271.3
47079 Henry, TN
503.4
533.4
285.9
298.5 149.2 165.1
74.6
57.2
47081 Hickman, TN
333.5
284.4
190.6
166.7
57.2
49.0
47083 Houston, TN
269.0
345.5
195.6
197.4
47085 Humphreys, TN
362.2
406.9
263.4
271.3
47087 Jackson, TN
414.1
467.4
306.1
292.1 180.1 116.8 108.0
47.6
58.8
76.8
90.4
46.9
22.9
69.5
54.8
38.4
46.3
29.1
34.4
47.4
38.8
49.7
25.4
26.7
47.4
45.3
54.3
49.7
50.8
38.1
57.2
122.3
54.9
47089 Jefferson, TN
191.8
226.1
187.3
190.6 129.3 106.4
40.1
26.6
47091 Johnson, TN
294.3
277.0
257.5
226.6 159.4 151.1
73.6
63.0
47093 Knox, TN
251.7
263.3
209.7
201.3
53.2
51.2
47095 Lake, TN
568.0
602.8
347.1
444.2
47097 Lauderdale, TN
499.0
453.9
199.6
207.1
38.4
63.7
61.4
47.8
47099 Lawrence, TN
262.8
292.3
219.0
209.5 107.1
87.7
34.1
43.9
47101 Lewis, TN
294.5
354.4
242.5
177.2
47103 Lincoln, TN
464.0
408.7
278.4
242.7 105.2 121.3
47105 Loudon, TN
264.6
305.6
289.5
246.4
89.9 103.5
47107 McMinn, TN
280.1
313.4
209.1
211.6
63.1
47109 McNairy, TN
480.5
438.0
228.4
223.0 157.5 119.5
75.0
71.2
54.9
97.4
31.2
31.4
31.0
32.8
31.2
26.6
61.3
63.0
28.4
30.7
58.0
39.9
26.8
28.2
157.8 158.6
0.0
39.8
24.3
29.2
86.6
74.9
85.5
307
39.4
38.9
39.0
29.2
86.6
61.9
51.1
54.2
44.9
34.5
30.9
39.4
49.9
44.4
36.6
35.5
40.7
39.5
32.6
59.2
48.8
39.8
70.9
47.8
47.3
55.7
39.4
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FEMALE MORTALITY FROM LEADING CAUSES
(Crude Death Rates per 100,000 Females)
FIPS
Code County Name
19982000
2000
199819981998- 2000
Heart Heart 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 Pneum/
Disease Disease Cancer Cancer Stroke Stroke CLRD CLRD Influenza
Death Death Death Death Death Death Death Death Death
Rate
Rate
Rate Rate Rate Rate Rate Rate Rate
48.4
19982000
Pneum/
Influenza
Death
Rate
19982000 2000
Unint Unint 2000
Injury Injury Diabetes
Death Death Death
Rate Rate Rate
47111 Macon, TN
213.1
267.8
271.2
206.0
72.1
58.1
47113 Madison, TN
269.9
280.9
205.0
207.4 104.6 116.7
48.1
41.0
23.0
25.9
39.7
49.7
31.4
47115 Marion, TN
303.2
309.8
246.8
208.9
70.5
50.4
35.3
43.2
70.5
43.2
42.3
91.7
86.4
19982000
Diabetes
Death
Rate
36.7
47117 Marshall, TN
313.9
316.3
153.3
176.6
73.0
88.3
36.5
58.4
51.5
43.8
36.8
47119 Maury, TN
260.4
273.9
165.2
199.2
86.8
88.5
53.2
52.6
22.4
38.7
33.6
30.4
25.2
22.1
47121 Meigs, TN
162.4
232.3
144.4
193.6
47123 Monroe, TN
258.1
268.5
172.1
187.9 101.2 112.8
25.3
43.0
35.4
37.6
45.5
43.0
25.3
37.6
38.8
32.3
7.5
10.8
20.9
24.6
19.4
18.5
47.7
41.7
47125 Montgomery, TN
161.2
157.1
153.7
137.1
47127 Moore, TN
345.2
223.3
241.6
186.1
0.0
50.8
63.1
0.0
47129 Morgan, TN
227.8
292.5
173.6
168.7
75.9
56.2
54.2
67.5
47131 Obion, TN
435.0
446.8
220.5
250.2
53.6 113.2
71.5
41.7
47133 Overton, TN
409.7
377.8
204.8
188.9 136.6 129.3
48.8
69.6
47135 Perry, TN
391.2
312.6
234.7
260.5
47137 Pickett, TN
596.9
618.3
199.0
206.1
47139 Polk, TN
383.0
451.6
284.1
296.7
35.8
41.7
35.8
41.7
48.8
0.0
0.0
77.4
47141 Putnam, TN
277.1
280.0
222.9
198.6
89.2 107.4
57.3
42.3
38.2
47143 Rhea, TN
260.0
268.8
260.0
206.7
75.3
75.8
88.9
82.7
41.1
32.6
47.8
29.3
54.7
41.3
28.7
19.5
47145 Roane, TN
295.2
358.7
254.1
236.6
78.5
76.3
82.2
68.7
29.9
47147 Robertson, TN
343.3
273.3
189.9
178.6 102.3 109.3
29.2
43.7
25.6
34.3
22.4
29.2
32.9
30.5
37.4
38.2
29.2
36.5
47149 Rutherford, TN
157.5
170.3
141.1
139.4
59.1
58.3
32.8
27.4
32.8
20.6
21.9
33.9
24.0
10.9
47151 Scott, TN
270.9
296.6
252.2
248.8
74.7
67.0
65.4
67.0
12.6
47153 Sequatchie, TN
331.3
310.2
122.1
200.7
87.2
47155 Sevier, TN
366.1
325.3
198.2
194.6
63.3
66.8
30.3
47157 Shelby, TN
284.8
284.4
173.8
178.7
75.5
80.3
33.3
32.0
19.3
35.8
32.0
23.2
30.3
32.0
27.5
23.2
28.2
25.6
24.7
34.8
47159 Smith, TN
389.2
368.9
189.1
184.4 133.5 138.3
55.6
31.2
55.6
57.6
55.6
47161 Stewart, TN
354.2
366.1
241.5
299.6
47163 Sullivan, TN
287.9
286.3
232.4
224.0 135.1 113.3
65.7
56.0
44.2
45.8
34.1
38.2
39.1
34.4
47165 Sumner, TN
238.8
248.9
169.7
167.0
79.6
80.4
28.5
35.6
19.5
23.2
42.1
32.5
27.0
23.2
57.6
48.0
53.8
36.0
26.9
24.0
104.6
83.2
80.5
47167 Tipton, TN
372.8
307.8
192.2
191.9
47169 Trousdale, TN
542.6
390.6
325.6
306.9 135.6 167.4
47171 Unicoi, TN
353.4
388.5
276.1
255.3 165.7 166.5
47173 Union, TN
234.4
258.6
145.1
152.8
47175 Van Buren, TN
253.3
345.0
253.3
268.3
47177 Warren, TN
308.1
327.2
148.9
174.1 138.6 137.2
56.5
47.5
56.5
42.2
25.7
26.4
47179 Washington, TN
347.1
300.2
183.6
193.9 110.9 104.4
30.9
48.5
47.3
39.2
18.2
29.8
47181 Wayne, TN
368.5
377.6
144.8
182.3
47183 Weakley, TN
278.2
322.7
178.1
207.5 128.0 109.5
33.4
51.9
50.1
46.1
27.8
47185 White, TN
424.6
374.0
220.8
212.5 118.9 102.0
84.9
59.5
67.9
47187 Williamson, TN
122.9
152.7
115.1
110.9
56.0
59.5
42.0
37.0
7.8
47189 Wilson, TN
197.9
206.3
140.1
151.3
44.5
77.9
31.1
36.7
31.1
77.3
20.0
77.7
58.8
55.8
91.1
30.9
33.6
65.8
66.8
57.6
67.9
42.5
67.9
51.0
11.2
14.0
17.7
7.8
9.6
34.4
31.1
34.4
15.6
18.3
84 REGION IV
276.1
283.4
193.2
195.8
79.7
81.6
45.8
45.8
26.0
25.6
28.7
29.4
27.4
27.6
91 UNITED STATES
255.3
262.5
186.2
188.2
71.8
73.3
43.2
43.2
25.6
25.7
23.8
24.3
26.3
26.2
Note: Rates are suppressed for fewer than 5 occurrences for year 2000 county-level data.
1998-2000 data are 3-year averages.
1998-2000 3-year average rates are suppressed for county-level average occurrences fewer than 5, except 0.
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HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
2000 INCIDENCE OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES IN FEMALES
HEPATITIS
FIIPS
Code
County Name
TB Chlamydia Gonorrhea
Syphilis
HEP A
HEP B
HEP C
30
33
1
91
13,776
5,997
61
01001 Autauga, AL
01003 Baldwin, AL
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
2
115
208
55
64
0
1
01005
01007
01009
01011
01013
01015
Barbour, AL
Bibb, AL
Blount, AL
Bullock, AL
Butler, AL
Calhoun, AL
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
142
48
27
89
133
394
42
19
2
40
51
166
1
0
0
0
0
5
01017
01019
01021
01023
01025
01027
Chambers, AL
Cherokee, AL
Chilton, AL
Choctaw, AL
Clarke, AL
Clay, AL
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
149
24
48
34
144
43
57
11
14
12
43
5
0
0
0
0
0
0
01029
01031
01033
01035
01037
01039
Cleburne, AL
Coffee, AL
Colbert, AL
Conecuh, AL
Coosa, AL
Covington, AL
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4
1
0
0
0
21
138
94
30
22
87
8
37
47
6
11
33
0
1
0
0
0
0
01041
01043
01045
01047
01049
01051
Crenshaw, AL
Cullman, AL
Dale, AL
Dallas, AL
DeKalb, AL
Elmore, AL
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
1
0
4
0
33
108
124
461
43
190
7
15
37
161
7
54
0
0
0
0
0
0
01053
01055
01057
01059
01061
01063
Escambia, AL
Etowah, AL
Fayette, AL
Franklin, AL
Geneva, AL
Greene, AL
0
2
0
0
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
2
0
0
0
0
81
237
33
26
48
38
21
84
4
7
7
19
1
1
0
0
0
1
01065
01067
01069
01071
01073
01075
Hale, AL
Henry, AL
Houston, AL
Jackson, AL
Jefferson, AL
Lamar, AL
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
1
14
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
18
0
100
42
329
36
2,799
32
39
12
98
14
1,546
7
0
0
1
0
15
0
01077
01079
01081
01083
01085
01087
Lauderdale, AL
Lawrence, AL
Lee, AL
Limestone, AL
Lowndes, AL
Macon, AL
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
2
2
0
0
183
62
333
81
124
148
64
23
143
25
43
71
0
1
0
0
0
0
2
2
0
6
579
215
2
01 ALABAMA
01089 Madison, AL
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2000 INCIDENCE OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES IN FEMALES
HEPATITIS
FIPS
Code
County Name
TB Chlamydia Gonorrhea
Syphilis
AIDS
HIV
161
1,560
2,350
0
0
15
16
7
8
19
207
0
4
25
329
0
6
10
10
8
HEP A
HEP B
HEP C
01091 Marengo, AL
0
0
0
0
100
25
0
01093
01095
01097
01099
Marion, AL
Marshall, AL
Mobile, AL
Monroe, AL
0
0
6
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
1
0
1
1
7
0
42
110
1,270
104
12
30
631
35
0
1
6
0
01101
01103
01105
01107
01109
01111
Montgomery, AL
Morgan, AL
Perry, AL
Pickens, AL
Pike, AL
Randolph, AL
1
6
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
7
5
0
2
0
1
1,299
205
69
108
160
72
728
88
17
32
82
13
3
5
0
0
0
0
01113
01115
01117
01119
01121
01123
Russell, AL
St. Clair, AL
Shelby, AL
Sumter, AL
Talladega, AL
Tallapoosa, AL
0
0
5
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
2
1
0
1
1
253
68
113
85
310
156
110
11
33
39
130
54
1
2
0
0
10
1
01125
01127
01129
01131
01133
Tuscaloosa, AL
Walker, AL
Washington, AL
Wilcox, AL
Winston, AL
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
9
0
0
2
0
695
124
61
95
17
387
36
23
31
4
2
0
0
0
0
230
221
22
362
27,165
10,598
1
0
2
0
0
0
4
0
862
54
414
28
12 FLORIDA
12001 Alachua, FL
12003 Baker, FL
12005
12007
12009
12011
12013
12015
Bay, FL
Bradford, FL
Brevard, FL
Broward, FL
Calhoun, FL
Charlotte, FL
0
0
3
21
0
0
0
0
3
21
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
4
0
8
43
0
0
47
64
652
2,747
7
101
19
25
240
994
3
23
2
1
1
7
0
1
12017
12019
12021
12023
12027
12029
Citrus, FL
Clay, FL
Collier, FL
Columbia, FL
DeSoto, FL
Dixie, FL
0
0
1
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
2
5
1
2
0
116
205
399
127
75
19
16
70
67
34
22
7
0
0
0
0
0
0
12031
12033
12035
12037
12039
12041
Duval, FL
Escambia, FL
Flagler, FL
Franklin, FL
Gadsden, FL
Gilchrist, FL
3
0
0
0
0
0
21
5
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
23
10
0
0
2
0
2,652
972
66
2
123
21
1,481
427
11
0
61
4
12
0
0
0
2
0
81
16
146
27
3
0
6
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
7
2
45
1
2
9
0
0
0
0
0
0
12043 Glades, FL
12045 Gulf, FL
12047 Hamilton, FL
310
3
0
3
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2000 INCIDENCE OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES IN FEMALES
HEPATITIS
FIPS
Code
County Name
HEP A
HEP B
HEP C
Syphilis
AIDS
12049
12051
12053
12055
Hardee, FL
Hendry, FL
Hernando, FL
Highlands, FL
0
1
2
1
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
1
2
82
99
125
152
4
19
38
46
0
1
0
0
3
4
12057
12059
12061
12063
12065
12067
Hillsborough, FL
Holmes, FL
Indian River, FL
Jackson, FL
Jefferson, FL
Lafayette, FL
31
0
0
0
0
0
18
0
0
0
1
0
3
0
0
0
1
0
26
0
6
0
0
0
2,190
9
164
25
14
9
783
1
96
12
5
2
10
0
0
0
0
0
94
13
4
131
0
12
3
12069
12071
12073
12075
12077
12079
Lake, FL
Lee, FL
Leon, FL
Levy, FL
Liberty, FL
Madison, FL
13
0
1
0
0
0
1
4
6
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
4
8
2
0
0
231
687
501
107
1
17
86
286
220
29
3
4
1
3
0
0
0
0
5
24
12
10
40
19
12081
12083
12085
12086
12087
12089
Manatee, FL
Marion, FL
Martin, FL
Miami-Dade, FL
Monroe, FL
Nassau, FL
1
2
3
52
1
1
2
6
2
43
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
2
1
1
78
0
1
433
550
159
2,313
29
67
198
246
58
699
3
39
2
0
0
41
1
0
19
15
4
388
8
32
15
7
576
5
3
12091
12093
12095
12097
12099
12101
Okaloosa, FL
Okeechobee, FL
Orange, FL
Osceola, FL
Palm Beach, FL
Pasco, FL
0
1
6
1
36
1
1
0
16
1
11
2
1
0
1
0
1
0
3
154
4
878
35
471
129
0
0
21
1
23
0
0
5
31
4
29
1
424
70
2,551
163
1,353
309
63
13
185
7
162
14
205
4
12103
12105
12107
12109
12111
12113
Pinellas, FL
Polk, FL
Putnam, FL
St. Johns, FL
St. Lucie, FL
Santa Rosa, FL
15
6
2
0
3
6
21
4
2
2
4
4
3
0
0
0
0
0
11
8
0
2
13
1
1,534
1,035
145
49
313
145
728
410
78
19
122
31
2
8
1
0
1
0
43
24
6
3
33
0
45
40
6
6
60
0
12115
12117
12119
12121
12123
12125
Sarasota, FL
Seminole, FL
Sumter, FL
Suwannee, FL
Taylor, FL
Union, FL
2
3
3
1
1
0
3
2
2
1
0
0
1
2
1
1
0
0
1
6
2
2
0
1
363
463
89
81
13
33
157
207
48
14
3
11
8
6
0
5
0
0
6
12
13
19
3
12127
12129
12131
12133
Volusia, FL
Wakulla, FL
Walton, FL
Washington, FL
2
0
0
0
4
2
0
0
2
0
0
0
7
0
0
0
631
18
52
2
241
3
20
0
0
0
0
0
26
113
127
227
23,956
9,447
160
332
0
0
35
16
0
0
13 GEORGIA
13001 Appling, GA
TB Chlamydia Gonorrhea
0
311
HIV
0
6
6
0
0
0
0
0
33
0
Quality
.
Resource
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HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
2000 INCIDENCE OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES IN FEMALES
HEPATITIS
FIPS
Code
County Name
HEP A
HEP B
HEP C
13003
13005
13007
13009
Atkinson, GA
Bacon, GA
Baker, GA
Baldwin, GA
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
13011
13013
13015
13017
13019
13021
Banks, GA
Barrow, GA
Bartow, GA
Ben Hill, GA
Berrien, GA
Bibb, GA
13023
13025
13027
13029
13031
13033
TB Chlamydia Gonorrhea
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Bleckley, GA
Brantley, GA
Brooks, GA
Bryan, GA
Bulloch, GA
Burke, GA
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
13035
13037
13039
13043
13045
13047
Butts, GA
Calhoun, GA
Camden, GA
Candler, GA
Carroll, GA
Catoosa, GA
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
13049
13051
13053
13055
13057
13059
Charlton, GA
Chatham, GA
Chattahoochee, GA
Chattooga, GA
Cherokee, GA
Clarke, GA
0
0
5
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
13061
13063
13065
13067
13069
13071
Clay, GA
Clayton, GA
Clinch, GA
Cobb, GA
Coffee, GA
Colquitt, GA
0
6
0
8
0
0
0
6
0
9
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
13073
13075
13077
13079
13081
13083
Columbia, GA
Cook, GA
Coweta, GA
Crawford, GA
Crisp, GA
Dade, GA
0
0
0
0
5
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
13085
13087
13089
13091
13093
13095
Dawson, GA
Decatur, GA
DeKalb, GA
Dodge, GA
Dooly, GA
Dougherty, GA
0
0
9
0
0
0
0
12
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
5
13
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
26
0
312
AIDS
43
0
0
0
0
17
74
104
65
17
917
5
15
34
47
11
407
0
0
0
0
0
6
0
0
0
0
0
9
36
15
20
46
266
71
19
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
61
17
40
29
214
36
22
7
7
8
84
6
0
0
0
0
0
22
1,108
11
47
89
385
5
458
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
11
0
0
0
6
0
0
10
0
8
17
909
22
1,001
95
76
97
36
189
18
125
6
6
85
2,730
61
51
473
6
8
Syphilis
24
27
14
172
8
11
87
34
13
17
178
321
295
29
36
28
17
76
5
51
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
36
1,031
24
20
194
HIV
7
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
40
0
6
Quality
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Resource
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Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
2000 INCIDENCE OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES IN FEMALES
HEPATITIS
FIPS
Code
County Name
HEP A
HEP B
13097 Douglas, GA
TB Chlamydia Gonorrhea
HEP C
0
0
172
46
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
60
27
68
74
12
40
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
97
40
8
60
247
44
35
16
13099
13101
13103
13105
Early, GA
Echols, GA
Effingham, GA
Elbert, GA
0
0
0
0
13107
13109
13111
13113
13115
13117
Emanuel, GA
Evans, GA
Fannin, GA
Fayette, GA
Floyd, GA
Forsyth, GA
0
0
13119
13121
13123
13125
13127
13129
Franklin, GA
Fulton, GA
Gilmer, GA
Glascock, GA
Glynn, GA
Gordon, GA
0
25
7
0
0
0
0
23
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
53
0
0
0
0
35
4,641
20
13131
13133
13135
13137
13139
13141
Grady, GA
Greene, GA
Gwinnett, GA
Habersham, GA
Hall, GA
Hancock, GA
0
0
5
0
0
6
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
23
0
43
53
654
30
187
43
23
33
127
13143
13145
13147
13149
13151
13153
Haralson, GA
Harris, GA
Hart, GA
Heard, GA
Henry, GA
Houston, GA
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
14
12
30
5
37
30
51
18
161
273
13155
13157
13159
13161
13163
13165
Irwin, GA
Jackson, GA
Jasper, GA
Jeff Davis, GA
Jefferson, GA
Jenkins, GA
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
25
47
31
37
59
32
13
18
11
9
25
20
13167
13169
13171
13173
13175
13177
Johnson, GA
Jones, GA
Lamar, GA
Lanier, GA
Laurens, GA
Lee, GA
0
0
0
27
26
45
11
175
32
5
13
14
13179
13181
13183
13185
13187
Liberty, GA
Lincoln, GA
Long, GA
Lowndes, GA
Lumpkin, GA
203
37
20
346
18
58
8
5
113
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
313
117
57
20
101
8
9
2,344
0
65
6
Syphilis
AIDS
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
42
60
46
13
0
0
0
5
78
0
0
0
0
0
125
0
0
0
0
0
0
6
0
0
42
16
HIV
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
12
0
Quality
.
Resource
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Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
2000 INCIDENCE OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES IN FEMALES
HEPATITIS
FIPS
Code
County Name
HEP A
HEP B
HEP C
13189 McDuffie, GA
0
0
0
0
96
38
0
13191
13193
13195
13197
McIntosh, GA
Macon, GA
Madison, GA
Marion, GA
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
20
30
50
20
5
5
17
5
0
0
0
0
13199
13201
13205
13207
13209
13211
Meriwether, GA
Miller, GA
Mitchell, GA
Monroe, GA
Montgomery, GA
Morgan, GA
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
60
14
57
53
15
44
19
6
27
13
6
25
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
13213
13215
13217
13219
13221
13223
Murray, GA
Muscogee, GA
Newton, GA
Oconee, GA
Oglethorpe, GA
Paulding, GA
0
5
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
6
36
941
131
10
11
55
5
494
31
0
10
0
0
0
0
0
7
13225
13227
13229
13231
13233
13235
Peach, GA
Pickens, GA
Pierce, GA
Pike, GA
Polk, GA
Pulaski, GA
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
101
16
14
22
101
23
30
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
32
12
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
13237
13239
13241
13243
13245
13247
Putnam, GA
Quitman, GA
Rabun, GA
Randolph, GA
Richmond, GA
Rockdale, GA
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
6
0
0
0
0
0
0
50
22
0
11
0
8
38
1,068
109
0
14
442
24
0
0
0
0
13
0
13249
13251
13253
13255
13257
13259
Schley, GA
Screven, GA
Seminole, GA
Spalding, GA
Stephens, GA
Stewart, GA
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
48
21
228
37
12
13261
13263
13265
13267
13269
13271
Sumter, GA
Talbot, GA
Taliaferro, GA
Tattnall, GA
Taylor, GA
Telfair, GA
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
13273
13275
13277
13279
13281
Terrell, GA
Thomas, GA
Tift, GA
Toombs, GA
Towns, GA
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
TB Chlamydia Gonorrhea
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
314
7
7
5
0
14
7
142
12
Syphilis
0
0
0
0
0
0
AIDS
HIV
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
14
0
0
0
0
115
23
9
58
20
42
45
7
6
18
11
16
58
141
130
73
27
66
42
24
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
10
0
5
0
0
0
Quality
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Resource
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HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
2000 INCIDENCE OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES IN FEMALES
HEPATITIS
FIPS
Code
County Name
HEP A
HEP B
HEP C
13283 Treutlen, GA
0
0
0
13285
13287
13289
13291
Troup, GA
Turner, GA
Twiggs, GA
Union, GA
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
13293
13295
13297
13299
13301
13303
Upson, GA
Walker, GA
Walton, GA
Ware, GA
Warren, GA
Washington, GA
0
0
13305
13307
13309
13311
13313
13315
Wayne, GA
Webster, GA
Wheeler, GA
White, GA
Whitfield, GA
Wilcox, GA
13317 Wilkes, GA
13319 Wilkinson, GA
13321 Worth, GA
21 KENTUCKY
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
TB Chlamydia Gonorrhea
0
0
0
0
0
0
14
135
12
0
0
240
41
21
8
76
94
114
141
47
20
45
0
0
Syphilis
AIDS
0
0
0
39
11
46
52
9
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
27
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
41
42
27
6
9
10
0
0
0
0
0
6,465
1,725
42
38
0
0
0
0
15
29
14
46
21001
21003
21005
21007
Adair, KY
Allen, KY
Anderson, KY
Ballard, KY
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
21009
21011
21013
21015
21017
21019
Barren, KY
Bath, KY
Bell, KY
Boone, KY
Bourbon, KY
Boyd, KY
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
2
0
0
21021
21023
21025
21027
21029
21031
Boyle, KY
Bracken, KY
Breathitt, KY
Breckinridge, KY
Bullitt, KY
Butler, KY
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
21033
21035
21037
21039
21041
21043
Caldwell, KY
Calloway, KY
Campbell, KY
Carlisle, KY
Carroll, KY
Carter, KY
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
1
0
21045 Casey, KY
21047 Christian, KY
21049 Clark, KY
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
4
0
1
315
HIV
0
14
19
175
40
6
56
16
0
0
0
0
0
0
Quality
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Resource
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2000 INCIDENCE OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES IN FEMALES
HEPATITIS
FIPS
Code
County Name
TB Chlamydia Gonorrhea
HEP A
HEP B
HEP C
21051 Clay, KY
0
0
0
1
21053
21055
21057
21059
Clinton, KY
Crittenden, KY
Cumberland, KY
Daviess, KY
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
21061
21063
21065
21067
21069
21071
Edmonson, KY
Elliott, KY
Estill, KY
Fayette, KY
Fleming, KY
Floyd, KY
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
3
0
0
21073
21075
21077
21079
21081
21083
Franklin, KY
Fulton, KY
Gallatin, KY
Garrard, KY
Grant, KY
Graves, KY
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
21085
21087
21089
21091
21093
21095
Grayson, KY
Green, KY
Greenup, KY
Hancock, KY
Hardin, KY
Harlan, KY
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
1
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
21097
21099
21101
21103
21105
21107
Harrison, KY
Hart, KY
Henderson, KY
Henry, KY
Hickman, KY
Hopkins, KY
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
21109
21111
21113
21115
21117
21119
Jackson, KY
Jefferson, KY
Jessamine, KY
Johnson, KY
Kenton, KY
Knott, KY
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
3
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
1
12
0
1
1
0
21121
21123
21125
21127
21129
21131
Knox, KY
Larue, KY
Laurel, KY
Lawrence, KY
Lee, KY
Leslie, KY
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
21133
21135
21137
21139
21141
Letcher, KY
Lewis, KY
Lincoln, KY
Livingston, KY
Logan, KY
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
316
Syphilis
AIDS
HIV
Quality
.
Resource
.
Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
2000 INCIDENCE OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES IN FEMALES
HEPATITIS
FIPS
Code
County Name
HEP A
HEP B
HEP C
21143
21145
21147
21149
Lyon, KY
McCracken, KY
McCreary, KY
McLean, KY
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
1
0
0
0
21151
21153
21155
21157
21159
21161
Madison, KY
Magoffin, KY
Marion, KY
Marshall, KY
Martin, KY
Mason, KY
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
21163
21165
21167
21169
21171
21173
Meade, KY
Menifee, KY
Mercer, KY
Metcalfe, KY
Monroe, KY
Montgomery, KY
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
4
0
21175
21177
21179
21181
21183
21185
Morgan, KY
Muhlenberg, KY
Nelson, KY
Nicholas, KY
Ohio, KY
Oldham, KY
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
21187
21189
21191
21193
21195
21197
Owen, KY
Owsley, KY
Pendleton, KY
Perry, KY
Pike, KY
Powell, KY
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
21199
21201
21203
21205
21207
21209
Pulaski, KY
Robertson, KY
Rockcastle, KY
Rowan, KY
Russell, KY
Scott, KY
0
0
0
0
5
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
21211
21213
21215
21217
21219
21221
Shelby, KY
Simpson, KY
Spencer, KY
Taylor, KY
Todd, KY
Trigg, KY
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
21223
21225
21227
21229
21231
21233
Trimble, KY
Union, KY
Warren, KY
Washington, KY
Wayne, KY
Webster, KY
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
TB Chlamydia Gonorrhea
317
Syphilis
AIDS
HIV
Quality
.
Resource
.
Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
2000 INCIDENCE OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES IN FEMALES
HEPATITIS
FIPS
Code
County Name
HEP A
HEP B
HEP C
21235 Whitley, KY
21237 Wolfe, KY
21239 Woodford, KY
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
1
0
28 MISSISSIPPI
TB Chlamydia Gonorrhea
54
50
111
58
28001 Adams, MS
28003 Alcorn, MS
0
0
0
0
0
2
1
1
28005
28007
28009
28011
28013
28015
Amite, MS
Attala, MS
Benton, MS
Bolivar, MS
Calhoun, MS
Carroll, MS
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
1
0
28017
28019
28021
28023
28025
28027
Chickasaw, MS
Choctaw, MS
Claiborne, MS
Clarke, MS
Clay, MS
Coahoma, MS
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
28029
28031
28033
28035
28037
28039
Copiah, MS
Covington, MS
DeSoto, MS
Forrest, MS
Franklin, MS
George, MS
0
1
0
3
0
3
4
0
0
0
0
0
5
1
2
2
0
1
2
0
0
1
0
1
28041
28043
28045
28047
28049
28051
Greene, MS
Grenada, MS
Hancock, MS
Harrison, MS
Hinds, MS
Holmes, MS
0
0
0
1
32
0
0
0
1
2
6
0
0
0
5
9
30
1
0
0
1
5
3
1
28053
28055
28057
28059
28061
28063
Humphreys, MS
Issaquena, MS
Itawamba, MS
Jackson, MS
Jasper, MS
Jefferson, MS
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
5
0
0
0
0
0
6
0
0
0
0
2
2
0
0
28065
28067
28069
28071
28073
28075
Jefferson Davis, MS
Jones, MS
Kemper, MS
Lafayette, MS
Lamar, MS
Lauderdale, MS
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
2
3
0
1
1
0
0
3
0
2
0
0
0
1
28077
28079
28081
28083
Lawrence, MS
Leake, MS
Lee, MS
Leflore, MS
0
0
0
0
2
0
5
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
3
1
318
Syphilis
AIDS
HIV
Quality
.
Resource
.
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HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
2000 INCIDENCE OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES IN FEMALES
HEPATITIS
FIPS
Code
County Name
TB Chlamydia Gonorrhea
Syphilis
AIDS
HIV
8,539
234
173
326
266
18
124
5
3
0
1
0
4
0
5
119
8
0
35
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
HEP A
HEP B
HEP C
28085 Lincoln, MS
0
0
0
0
28087
28089
28091
28093
Lowndes, MS
Madison, MS
Marion, MS
Marshall, MS
0
1
0
0
2
2
0
0
4
6
1
0
1
1
0
1
28095
28097
28099
28101
28103
28105
Monroe, MS
Montgomery, MS
Neshoba, MS
Newton, MS
Noxubee, MS
Oktibbeha, MS
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
28107
28109
28111
28113
28115
28117
Panola, MS
Pearl River, MS
Perry, MS
Pike, MS
Pontotoc, MS
Prentiss, MS
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
0
2
0
1
0
2
2
2
0
1
1
1
28119
28121
28123
28125
28127
28129
Quitman, MS
Rankin, MS
Scott, MS
Sharkey, MS
Simpson, MS
Smith, MS
0
0
1
0
1
4
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
8
1
0
5
0
0
1
3
0
0
0
28131
28133
28135
28137
28139
28141
Stone, MS
Sunflower, MS
Tallahatchie, MS
Tate, MS
Tippah, MS
Tishomingo, MS
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
0
28143
28145
28147
28149
28151
28153
Tunica, MS
Union, MS
Walthall, MS
Warren, MS
Washington, MS
Wayne, MS
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
1
1
0
3
0
28155
28157
28159
28161
28163
Webster, MS
Wilkinson, MS
Winston, MS
Yalobusha, MS
Yazoo, MS
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
5
0
0
0
1
4
1
0
0
0
0
37 NORTH CAROLINA
77
87
11
146
18,800
37001 Alamance, NC
37003 Alexander, NC
11
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
37005 Alleghany, NC
37007 Anson, NC
37009 Ashe, NC
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
319
Quality
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Resource
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HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
2000 INCIDENCE OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES IN FEMALES
HEPATITIS
FIPS
Code
County Name
HEP A
HEP B
HEP C
Syphilis
AIDS
37011 Avery, NC
0
0
0
TB Chlamydia Gonorrhea
1
4
0
0
0
0
37013
37015
37017
37019
Beaufort, NC
Bertie, NC
Bladen, NC
Brunswick, NC
2
0
0
1
0
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
3
2
117
65
97
112
58
20
52
45
0
0
0
4
4
2
0
1
2
0
0
2
37021
37023
37025
37027
37029
37031
Buncombe, NC
Burke, NC
Cabarrus, NC
Caldwell, NC
Camden, NC
Carteret, NC
3
1
6
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
2
0
1
1
0
1
381
69
239
40
5
67
155
21
111
22
3
36
0
0
0
0
0
1
2
0
1
0
0
1
5
0
0
0
0
0
37033
37035
37037
37039
37041
37043
Caswell, NC
Catawba, NC
Chatham, NC
Cherokee, NC
Chowan, NC
Clay, NC
1
2
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
2
2
0
0
0
50
217
53
10
29
2
16
83
20
0
22
0
2
1
3
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
1
0
0
3
1
0
1
0
37045
37047
37049
37051
37053
37055
Cleveland, NC
Columbus, NC
Craven, NC
Cumberland, NC
Currituck, NC
Dare, NC
1
0
1
0
0
0
1
1
2
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
5
3
1
1
223
161
229
1,050
15
19
175
81
124
501
5
5
0
2
1
11
0
0
3
2
3
7
0
1
3
4
2
16
0
0
37057
37059
37061
37063
37065
37067
Davidson, NC
Davie, NC
Duplin, NC
Durham, NC
Edgecombe, NC
Forsyth, NC
1
0
1
2
0
13
2
1
0
3
1
4
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4
6
1
7
220
55
120
900
318
876
49
18
60
465
222
442
0
0
0
7
2
12
0
1
2
5
3
15
5
1
2
19
4
25
37069
37071
37073
37075
37077
37079
Franklin, NC
Gaston, NC
Gates, NC
Graham, NC
Granville, NC
Greene, NC
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
4
1
0
0
1
0
2
0
0
0
0
1
4
0
0
1
1
94
438
7
3
106
74
61
218
4
1
53
33
0
4
0
0
2
0
0
3
0
0
3
1
1
13
0
0
1
1
37081
37083
37085
37087
37089
37091
Guilford, NC
Halifax, NC
Harnett, NC
Haywood, NC
Henderson, NC
Hertford, NC
3
0
0
0
2
0
2
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
5
3
0
1
1
1
1,402
247
102
25
80
70
643
140
32
4
27
35
32
1
0
0
0
0
7
1
2
0
2
1
24
3
1
0
1
2
37093
37095
37097
37099
37101
Hoke, NC
Hyde, NC
Iredell, NC
Jackson, NC
Johnston, NC
0
0
1
0
3
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
3
122
9
142
27
98
47
2
67
1
44
1
0
0
0
4
0
0
0
0
2
1
0
0
1
6
320
HIV
Quality
.
Resource
.
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HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
2000 INCIDENCE OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES IN FEMALES
HEPATITIS
FIPS
Code
County Name
HEP A
HEP B
HEP C
Syphilis
AIDS
HIV
37103 Jones, NC
0
0
0
TB Chlamydia Gonorrhea
2
22
14
0
0
0
37105
37107
37109
37111
Lee, NC
Lenoir, NC
Lincoln, NC
McDowell, NC
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
1
2
0
0
117
286
87
25
36
87
32
3
1
2
0
0
1
5
0
0
2
6
1
0
37113
37115
37117
37119
37121
37123
Macon, NC
Madison, NC
Martin, NC
Mecklenburg, NC
Mitchell, NC
Montgomery, NC
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
0
27
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
24
0
0
11
14
105
1,545
8
80
2
0
46
762
0
24
0
0
1
24
0
19
0
0
0
17
0
1
0
0
3
56
0
1
37125
37127
37129
37131
37133
37135
Moore, NC
Nash, NC
New Hanover, NC
Northampton, NC
Onslow, NC
Orange, NC
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
2
0
1
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
2
2
0
2
2
159
284
401
75
551
170
59
169
222
57
158
50
7
3
10
0
0
1
3
4
6
0
2
1
4
3
12
1
4
4
37137
37139
37141
37143
37145
37147
Pamlico, NC
Pasquotank, NC
Pender, NC
Perquimans, NC
Person, NC
Pitt, NC
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
4
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
1
4
12
89
88
12
63
709
4
40
23
9
24
376
0
0
0
0
0
2
1
2
1
0
0
4
0
0
0
1
2
3
37149
37151
37153
37155
37157
37159
Polk, NC
Randolph, NC
Richmond, NC
Robeson, NC
Rockingham, NC
Rowan, NC
0
2
0
1
1
0
0
2
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
2
2
14
180
166
708
120
305
6
68
64
316
56
164
0
5
7
27
7
0
0
1
1
6
0
1
2
2
2
3
2
3
37161
37163
37165
37167
37169
37171
Rutherford, NC
Sampson, NC
Scotland, NC
Stanly, NC
Stokes, NC
Surry, NC
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
2
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
2
1
0
0
127
159
192
83
48
79
33
97
69
26
12
28
0
0
1
1
0
0
2
1
1
2
0
0
4
3
1
2
0
0
37173
37175
37177
37179
37181
37183
Swain, NC
Transylvania, NC
Tyrrell, NC
Union, NC
Vance, NC
Wake, NC
0
0
0
0
0
4
1
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
14
24
34
15
193
189
1,169
0
2
0
57
102
519
0
0
0
1
1
16
0
0
0
0
1
24
1
2
1
0
1
28
37185
37187
37189
37191
37193
Warren, NC
Washington, NC
Watauga, NC
Wayne, NC
Wilkes, NC
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
3
1
67
27
33
322
32
40
11
4
92
3
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
2
0
1
0
0
7
0
321
Quality
.
Resource
.
Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
2000 INCIDENCE OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES IN FEMALES
HEPATITIS
FIPS
Code
County Name
HEP A
HEP B
HEP C
Syphilis
AIDS
HIV
37195 Wilson, NC
0
2
0
TB Chlamydia Gonorrhea
1
327
174
1
4
3
37197 Yadkin, NC
37199 Yancey, NC
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
55
14
11
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
228
322
80
10,254
4,721
94
45001 Abbeville, SC
45003 Aiken, SC
45005 Allendale, SC
45 SOUTH CAROLINA
0
1
2
66
248
102
46
95
53
0
1
0
45007
45009
45011
45013
45015
45017
Anderson, SC
Bamberg, SC
Barnwell, SC
Beaufort, SC
Berkeley, SC
Calhoun, SC
1
0
1
4
3
0
428
77
70
158
120
50
161
24
33
68
73
10
6
0
0
1
0
0
45019
45021
45023
45025
45027
45029
Charleston, SC
Cherokee, SC
Chester, SC
Chesterfield, SC
Clarendon, SC
Colleton, SC
7
0
0
1
1
2
908
130
129
123
103
113
482
56
34
38
60
21
45031
45033
45035
45037
45039
45041
Darlington, SC
Dillon, SC
Dorchester, SC
Edgefield, SC
Fairfield, SC
Florence, SC
2
3
1
0
0
4
226
113
81
43
88
398
45043
45045
45047
45049
45051
45053
Georgetown, SC
Greenville, SC
Greenwood, SC
Hampton, SC
Horry, SC
Jasper, SC
0
6
2
0
6
0
45055
45057
45059
45061
45063
45065
Kershaw, SC
Lancaster, SC
Laurens, SC
Lee, SC
Lexington, SC
McCormick, SC
45067
45069
45071
45073
45075
45077
7
5
5
4
4
4
3
1
0
0
2
0
21
30
4
4
5
105
40
38
18
51
213
4
2
0
1
0
3
5
8
5
8
17
22
212
245
222
81
346
41
67
226
116
31
160
16
0
4
1
1
6
0
7
11
12
16
9
5
20
4
1
1
0
0
2
0
97
211
125
83
158
126
34
66
42
36
85
67
1
11
0
1
3
0
16
21
Marion, SC
Marlboro, SC
Newberry, SC
Oconee, SC
Orangeburg, SC
Pickens, SC
3
1
1
0
5
0
80
21
85
64
396
27
37
11
34
21
179
11
1
1
0
0
1
0
45079 Richland, SC
45081 Saluda, SC
45083 Spartanburg, SC
6
1
3
1,098
41
457
531
12
214
17
0
5
322
4
11
5
15
4
31
51
4
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2000 INCIDENCE OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES IN FEMALES
HEPATITIS
FIPS
Code
County Name
Syphilis
AIDS
HIV
45085 Sumter, SC
5
422
177
9
18
19
45087 Union, SC
45089 Williamsburg, SC
45091 York, SC
1
1
2
45
254
217
28
122
66
2
0
6
5
8
6
HEP A
HEP B
TB Chlamydia Gonorrhea
HEP C
47 TENNESSEE
49
93
40
116
11,648
5,343
247
172
286
47001 Anderson, TN
47003 Bedford, TN
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
106
57
38
27
0
0
0
1
2
2
47005
47007
47009
47011
47013
47015
Benton, TN
Bledsoe, TN
Blount, TN
Bradley, TN
Campbell, TN
Cannon, TN
0
0
0
4
1
0
0
0
3
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
1
14
7
102
95
25
12
4
1
38
22
5
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
47017
47019
47021
47023
47025
47027
Carroll, TN
Carter, TN
Cheatham, TN
Chester, TN
Claiborne, TN
Clay, TN
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
2
0
0
53
33
22
32
24
6
11
7
6
7
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
47029
47031
47033
47035
47037
47039
Cocke, TN
Coffee, TN
Crockett, TN
Cumberland, TN
Davidson, TN
Decatur, TN
0
0
0
0
7
0
0
0
0
0
13
0
1
0
0
0
6
1
0
0
2
1
23
0
56
33
7
24
1,758
5
3
9
2
1
1,016
1
0
0
0
1
83
0
2
1
0
1
38
0
1
2
0
0
61
0
47041
47043
47045
47047
47049
47051
DeKalb, TN
Dickson, TN
Dyer, TN
Fayette, TN
Fentress, TN
Franklin, TN
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
1
2
0
21
27
83
51
13
24
1
14
38
14
1
16
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
47053
47055
47057
47059
47061
47063
Gibson, TN
Giles, TN
Grainger, TN
Greene, TN
Grundy, TN
Hamblen, TN
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
3
0
1
98
38
19
73
11
78
25
23
2
5
0
12
0
1
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
1
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
1
47065
47067
47069
47071
47073
47075
Hamilton, TN
Hancock, TN
Hardeman, TN
Hardin, TN
Hawkins, TN
Haywood, TN
1
0
0
0
0
0
7
0
0
1
1
2
10
0
0
1
1
0
4
0
1
0
0
0
894
9
137
13
42
70
380
0
35
6
1
25
5
0
1
0
0
0
6
0
0
0
0
2
19
0
3
0
0
4
47077 Henderson, TN
47079 Henry, TN
47081 Hickman, TN
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
41
65
18
9
29
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
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2000 INCIDENCE OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES IN FEMALES
HEPATITIS
FIPS
Code
County Name
HEP A
HEP B
HEP C
Syphilis
AIDS
HIV
47083
47085
47087
47089
Houston, TN
Humphreys, TN
Jackson, TN
Jefferson, TN
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
6
11
4
45
0
0
0
12
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
47091
47093
47095
47097
47099
47101
Johnson, TN
Knox, TN
Lake, TN
Lauderdale, TN
Lawrence, TN
Lewis, TN
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
5
0
0
1
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
7
0
0
0
0
4
752
13
71
45
17
0
413
6
27
8
2
0
1
1
0
2
0
0
4
0
0
1
0
0
9
0
0
0
0
47103
47105
47107
47109
47111
47113
Lincoln, TN
Loudon, TN
McMinn, TN
McNairy, TN
Macon, TN
Madison, TN
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
0
0
0
1
0
2
0
1
3
0
0
2
45
30
11
392
25
31
28
3
1
169
4
13
0
0
0
16
0
0
2
0
0
2
1
1
2
0
0
2
2
1
47115
47117
47119
47121
47123
47125
Marion, TN
Marshall, TN
Maury, TN
Meigs, TN
Monroe, TN
Montgomery, TN
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
2
0
1
2
159
50
46
4
49
189
64
11
6
1
11
63
1
0
0
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
1
0
1
0
1
47127
47129
47131
47133
47135
47137
Moore, TN
Morgan, TN
Obion, TN
Overton, TN
Perry, TN
Pickett, TN
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
1
2
10
63
16
3
2
0
2
28
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
47139
47141
47143
47145
47147
47149
Polk, TN
Putnam, TN
Rhea, TN
Roane, TN
Robertson, TN
Rutherford, TN
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
1
1
3
0
0
4
0
0
1
0
0
3
1
0
0
3
8
80
15
48
48
219
0
2
6
17
30
86
0
0
0
0
2
3
0
0
0
1
2
1
0
4
0
0
0
3
47151
47153
47155
47157
47159
47161
Scott, TN
Sequatchie, TN
Sevier, TN
Shelby, TN
Smith, TN
Stewart, TN
3
0
2
14
0
0
0
0
0
40
1
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
1
1
31
0
0
13
4
47
3,943
12
10
1
0
10
2,225
2
5
0
0
0
123
0
0
0
0
0
89
0
0
0
0
2
149
0
0
47163
47165
47167
47169
47171
47173
Sullivan, TN
Sumner, TN
Tipton, TN
Trousdale, TN
Unicoi, TN
Union, TN
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
2
1
1
0
1
1
135
146
102
3
6
21
23
64
45
3
0
7
1
1
1
0
0
0
3
0
2
1
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
TB Chlamydia Gonorrhea
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2000 INCIDENCE OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES IN FEMALES
HEPATITIS
FIPS
Code
County Name
HEP A
HEP B
HEP C
Syphilis
AIDS
HIV
47175
47177
47179
47181
Van Buren, TN
Warren, TN
Washington, TN
Wayne, TN
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
5
60
95
10
0
4
33
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
47183
47185
47187
47189
Weakley, TN
White, TN
Williamson, TN
Wilson, TN
0
0
1
1
2
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
61
10
45
111
17
1
8
40
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
1
0
0
2
1
5,552
2,997
1,180
6,148
563,206
178,854
2,445
TB Chlamydia Gonorrhea
84 REGION IV
91 UNITED STATES
Note: Data could not be obtained for all states for all diseases.
Refer to Appendix A for a discussion of data availability and the suppression guidelines applied by individual states.
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HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
NUMBER OF BIRTHS BY RACE/ETHNICITY
FIPS
Code
County Name
01 ALABAMA
2000
White
1998 2000
White
1998 –
2000
Black
2000
Black
1998 2000
1998 2000
2000 API 2000 API Hispanic Hispanic
1998 2000
AmInd
2000
AmInd
42,061
41,777
20,512
20,099
01001
01003
01005
01007
Autauga, AL
Baldwin, AL
Barbour, AL
Bibb, AL
446
1,551
172
209
467
1,481
162
233
135
239
226
74
127
262
205
69
01009
01011
01013
01015
01017
01019
Blount, AL
Bullock, AL
Butler, AL
Calhoun, AL
Chambers, AL
Cherokee, AL
666
35
146
1,147
279
287
649
31
143
1,200
268
269
8
127
158
371
210
16
8
129
156
379
211
21
0
0
0
3
1
0
01021
01023
01025
01027
01029
01031
Chilton, AL
Choctaw, AL
Clarke, AL
Clay, AL
Cleburne, AL
Coffee, AL
523
102
215
156
178
434
466
111
219
157
177
430
63
99
219
35
11
128
59
102
233
31
10
125
1
0
0
0
0
4
01033
01035
01037
01039
01041
01043
Colbert, AL
Conecuh, AL
Coosa, AL
Covington, AL
Crenshaw, AL
Cullman, AL
534
63
66
360
117
980
559
73
79
368
127
990
129
117
51
90
52
9
130
114
46
88
44
9
2
0
1
1
0
1
01045
01047
01049
01051
01053
01055
Dale, AL
Dallas, AL
DeKalb, AL
Elmore, AL
Escambia, AL
Etowah, AL
590
183
894
743
312
1,134
564
195
878
706
300
1,109
189
624
14
233
211
245
192
628
17
219
187
246
3
0
2
2
19
1
01057
01059
01061
01063
01065
01067
Fayette, AL
Franklin, AL
Geneva, AL
Greene, AL
Hale, AL
Henry, AL
207
437
250
23
77
129
196
417
268
20
90
131
27
9
45
122
192
85
25
15
43
134
180
74
01069
01071
01073
01075
01077
01079
Houston, AL
Jackson, AL
Jefferson, AL
Lamar, AL
Lauderdale, AL
Lawrence, AL
921
629
4,970
178
872
373
855
635
4,890
168
899
367
460
21
4,468
25
116
60
421
23
4,457
23
134
59
1,011
830
32
986
780
36
417
119
192
406
104
186
01081 Lee, AL
01083 Limestone, AL
01085 Lowndes, AL
326
182
8
6
18
161
1
7
1
0
544
15
7
8
11
0
0
2
1
0
0
7
8
1
6
11
0
2
1
2
2
1
461
1,901
1,611
2
12
2
0
6
52
14
5
41
7
1
1
1
0
8
2
0
100
19
82
13
0
34
2
2
2
0
1
0
1
4
33
2
2
0
0
0
2
5
10
3
2
4
1
6
1
0
1
0
0
0
11
121
27
38
8
33
45
34
132
13
5
72
72
10
8
2
91
0
3
0
19
16
297
27
4
0
19
69
15
26
0
2
6
5
28
11
1
1
2
1
37
37
3
113
10
4
56
1
66
6
0
1
3
16
14
237
2
15
4
19
47
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NUMBER OF BIRTHS BY RACE/ETHNICITY
1998 –
2000
White
1998 –
2000
Black
FIPS
Code
County Name
01087
01089
01091
01093
Macon, AL
Madison, AL
Marengo, AL
Marion, AL
52
2,552
132
364
46
2,632
125
368
262
1,108
218
13
262
1,073
202
13
01095
01097
01099
01101
01103
01105
Marshall, AL
Mobile, AL
Monroe, AL
Montgomery, AL
Morgan, AL
Perry, AL
1,151
3,611
182
1,439
1,331
26
1,195
3,644
187
1,427
1,333
31
10
2,619
170
2,166
240
186
11
2,584
179
2,072
222
169
01107
01109
01111
01113
01115
01117
Pickens, AL
Pike, AL
Randolph, AL
Russell, AL
St. Clair, AL
Shelby, AL
146
227
206
398
798
2,003
137
226
202
425
772
1,994
151
230
92
298
72
196
153
208
84
303
67
175
01119
01121
01123
01125
01127
01129
Sumter, AL
Talladega, AL
Tallapoosa, AL
Tuscaloosa, AL
Walker, AL
Washington, AL
34
724
345
1,438
903
156
38
708
358
1,412
866
153
186
412
197
864
70
86
177
417
192
854
72
74
39
343
40
308
224
202
2
01131 Wilcox, AL
01133 Winston, AL
12 FLORIDA
2000
White
2000
Black
1998 –
2000
1998 –
2000
2000 API 2000 API Hispanic Hispanic
1998 –
2000
AmInd
2000
AmInd
19
37
6
0
20
1
1
4
25
1
6
3
0
5
0
0
1
1
1
4
17
1
0
0
2
0
14
78
92
45
12
21
26
0
0
3
76
1
44
8
0
0
1
1
4
2
18
0
2
0
20
1
1
94
6
5
196
74
5
52
147
5
7
6
61
5
10
50
17
0
89
4
5
185
60
4
48
121
2
1
2
6
9
7
49
0
4
6
32
10
1
0
1
5
0
5
150,608
147,841
47,367
45,611
963
5,021
4,514
45,856
42,293
12001 Alachua, FL
1,690
1,610
796
769
4
113
90
110
109
12003
12005
12007
12009
Baker, FL
Bay, FL
Bradford, FL
Brevard, FL
309
1,666
255
4,154
309
1,638
264
4,062
43
281
59
705
46
296
55
662
2
18
0
20
45
6
136
1
46
4
112
65
5
321
4
59
5
288
12011
12013
12015
12017
12019
12021
Broward, FL
Calhoun, FL
Charlotte, FL
Citrus, FL
Clay, FL
Collier, FL
13,742
126
957
824
1,608
2,653
13,511
122
928
782
1,578
2,510
7,648
28
54
27
156
352
7,114
25
68
39
153
323
572
1
14
12
52
34
4,955
9
63
19
101
1,271
4,454
5
59
20
79
1,130
12023
12027
12029
12031
12033
12035
Columbia, FL
DeSoto, FL
Dixie, FL
Duval, FL
Escambia, FL
Flagler, FL
602
359
139
7,453
2,486
361
599
353
148
7,506
2,576
318
145
61
19
4,229
1,182
47
149
63
17
4,154
1,179
49
7
1
0
446
123
4
22
147
5
556
126
24
18
126
3
505
103
23
94
270
100
263
12
435
16
441
1
1
99
1
99
12037 Franklin, FL
12039 Gadsden, FL
327
1,129
0
66
2
1
20
20
66
5
10
15
9
34
42
62
1
1
3
8
23
637
6
1
0
32
35
0
9
0
1
23
14
56
47
464
135
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NUMBER OF BIRTHS BY RACE/ETHNICITY
FIPS
Code
County Name
12041
12043
12045
12047
Gilchrist, FL
Glades, FL
Gulf, FL
Hamilton, FL
12049
12051
12053
12055
12057
12059
2000
White
1998 2000
White
1998 –
2000
Black
2000
Black
177
66
108
116
164
61
110
105
10
16
57
4
12
23
62
Hardee, FL
Hendry, FL
Hernando, FL
Highlands, FL
Hillsborough, FL
Holmes, FL
419
529
1,067
666
11,197
205
425
518
1,015
666
11,104
192
31
96
87
159
2,993
9
23
105
74
160
2,930
7
12061
12063
12065
12067
12069
12071
Indian River, FL
Jackson, FL
Jefferson, FL
Lafayette, FL
Lake, FL
Lee, FL
949
408
75
79
1,972
4,411
900
393
80
69
1,903
4,107
164
161
61
12
352
739
161
158
66
9
336
697
12073
12075
12077
12079
12081
12083
Leon, FL
Levy, FL
Liberty, FL
Madison, FL
Manatee, FL
Marion, FL
1,760
357
70
99
2,714
2,273
1,762
331
72
99
2,575
2,229
1,138
67
8
117
470
581
1,142
67
10
110
430
530
12085
12086
12087
12089
12091
12093
Martin, FL
Miami-Dade, FL
Monroe, FL
Nassau, FL
Okaloosa, FL
Okeechobee, FL
982
22,120
704
690
1,909
483
959
21,845
676
684
1,913
452
129
9,446
67
48
343
37
126
9,336
71
60
307
37
111
254
6
12095
12097
12099
12101
12103
12105
Orange, FL
Osceola, FL
Palm Beach, FL
Pasco, FL
Pinellas, FL
Polk, FL
9,713
2,264
9,265
3,544
7,533
5,444
9,435
2,108
9,265
3,367
7,517
5,258
3,751
252
3,491
143
1,656
1,330
3,415
217
3,383
124
1,551
1,308
12107
12109
12111
12113
12115
12117
Putnam, FL
St. Johns, FL
St. Lucie, FL
Santa Rosa, FL
Sarasota, FL
Seminole, FL
662
1,166
1,576
1,387
2,365
3,780
676
1,096
1,556
1,410
2,347
3,672
234
141
621
70
289
646
237
126
623
73
253
604
12119
12121
12123
12125
Sumter, FL
Suwannee, FL
Taylor, FL
Union, FL
364
383
189
109
347
391
186
124
107
81
56
24
86
71
54
25
328
1998 2000
1998 2000
2000 API 2000 API Hispanic Hispanic
1998 2000
AmInd
2000
AmInd
13
16
5
5
45
8
5
6
10
0
11
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
15
4
3
44
1
0
2
16
12
397
2
265
315
67
187
3,543
261
281
64
179
3,308
3
15
3
0
0
28
41
182
8
160
12
2
9
256
784
2
4
0
1
5
5
5
2
1
0
4
12
17
11
438
12
31
46
90
49
38
6
16
15
10
297
1,049
96
20
5
19
2
13
80
3
0
1
40
30
9
739
254
85
18
3
6
658
228
13
460
17
5
86
3
182
18,086
213
12
142
180
181
17,617
181
9
122
147
18
486
18
12
5
87
168
3
1
18
5
34
8
211
13
37
13
30
6
196
10
26
12
580
92
359
61
372
90
513
77
311
58
341
83
3,456
1,005
3,052
394
873
1,180
2,983
852
2,768
332
764
1,022
10
12
7
11
1
3
6
12
6
13
18
44
32
57
149
2
18
32
32
46
138
107
52
330
30
325
623
98
43
294
37
263
570
3
2
2
0
41
47
43
39
3
2
1
0
2
0
99
Quality
.
Resource
.
Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
NUMBER OF BIRTHS BY RACE/ETHNICITY
FIPS
Code
County Name
12127
12129
12131
12133
Volusia, FL
Wakulla, FL
Walton, FL
Washington, FL
13 GEORGIA
2000
White
1998 –
2000
White
1998 –
2000
Black
2000
Black
1998 –
2000
AmInd
2000
AmInd
3,696
248
390
177
3,706
232
384
181
681
36
40
39
666
39
41
42
7
303
1998 –
2000
2000
Hispanic Hispanic
1998 –
2000
API
2000
API
6
0
4
3
72
254
3,534
7
69
1
4
2
509
13
5
460
1
13
3
10,720
84,646
81,379
44,161
42,514
3,096
13,363
13001 Appling, GA
193
189
72
65
1
1
21
20
13003
13005
13007
13009
13011
13013
Atkinson, GA
Bacon, GA
Baker, GA
Baldwin, GA
Banks, GA
Barrow, GA
132
106
19
222
150
707
128
107
21
224
156
700
38
38
18
298
6
58
36
34
20
281
6
63
1
0
0
1
0
0
1
2
0
11
1
22
54
8
45
7
1
8
12
26
13015
13017
13019
13021
13023
13025
Bartow, GA
Ben Hill, GA
Berrien, GA
Bibb, GA
Bleckley, GA
Brantley, GA
1,259
210
214
1,050
105
114
1,247
182
219
1,039
101
111
133
115
44
1,501
52
5
126
125
42
1,431
55
3
2
1
1
2
0
0
9
0
0
30
1
0
84
27
6
42
66
26
9
39
2
2
13027
13029
13031
13033
13035
13037
Brooks, GA
Bryan, GA
Bulloch, GA
Burke, GA
Butts, GA
Calhoun, GA
86
333
387
162
219
23
86
322
413
145
195
26
102
60
269
251
91
67
100
64
252
241
90
67
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
4
5
0
1
0
8
10
18
6
6
16
6
4
3
13039
13043
13045
13047
13049
13051
Camden, GA
Candler, GA
Carroll, GA
Catoosa, GA
Charlton, GA
Chatham, GA
546
123
1,136
707
98
1,692
560
111
1,081
664
91
1,708
134
46
258
12
39
1,764
129
48
233
10
40
1,785
4
0
0
1
0
5
15
0
7
7
2
57
31
29
54
11
29
29
41
9
0
84
13053
13055
13057
13059
13061
13063
Chattahoochee, GA
Chattooga, GA
Cherokee, GA
Clarke, GA
Clay, GA
Clayton, GA
173
307
2,337
793
20
1,591
159
309
2,203
755
21
1,555
77
23
63
489
56
2,501
79
25
56
470
49
2,284
13065
13067
13069
13071
13073
13075
Clinch, GA
Cobb, GA
Coffee, GA
Colquitt, GA
Columbia, GA
Cook, GA
83
7,455
468
486
1,037
147
77
7,044
461
471
980
150
42
2,469
201
219
148
92
39
2,248
198
194
163
84
13077 Coweta, GA
13079 Crawford, GA
1,206
102
1,125
108
280
35
277
35
329
8
22
9
19
21
0
1
10
6
0
13
0
17
2
1
5
1
4
0
14
27
10
25
5
6
13
12
5
70
6
17
44
187
434
25
5
18
11
13
38
99
7
1
18
46
1
189
562
19
10
167
182
1
429
0
358
3
4
28
2
1,675
82
120
42
13
0
1,320
64
116
31
12
13
0
22
14
222
223
70
40
0
Quality
.
Resource
.
Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
NUMBER OF BIRTHS BY RACE/ETHNICITY
FIPS
Code
County Name
13081
13083
13085
13087
Crisp, GA
Dade, GA
Dawson, GA
Decatur, GA
13089
13091
13093
13095
13097
13099
2000
White
1998 2000
White
1998 –
2000
Black
2000
Black
1998 2000
1998 2000
2000 API 2000 API Hispanic Hispanic
1998 2000
AmInd
2000
AmInd
143
172
260
219
147
178
245
222
196
220
199
1
1
223
DeKalb, GA
Dodge, GA
Dooly, GA
Dougherty, GA
Douglas, GA
Early, GA
4,022
164
85
488
1,031
65
3,754
164
79
524
1,053
73
6,372
72
106
1,129
324
103
6,346
72
108
1,098
294
107
13101
13103
13105
13107
13109
13111
Echols, GA
Effingham, GA
Elbert, GA
Emanuel, GA
Evans, GA
Fannin, GA
15
446
175
155
136
230
16
433
174
167
117
229
81
107
159
69
1
81
92
150
61
0
0
2
0
1
0
1
13113
13115
13117
13119
13121
13123
Fayette, GA
Floyd, GA
Forsyth, GA
Franklin, GA
Fulton, GA
Gilmer, GA
787
1,085
1,889
204
6,453
345
764
1,051
1,723
218
6,185
351
117
207
13
25
6,900
0
2
2
5
0
19
1
13125
13127
13129
13131
13133
13135
Glascock, GA
Glynn, GA
Gordon, GA
Grady, GA
Greene, GA
Gwinnett, GA
24
659
761
230
74
7,727
28
598
697
217
77
7,228
344
31
142
119
1,689
3
335
25
119
114
1,479
13137
13139
13141
13143
13145
13147
Habersham, GA
Hall, GA
Hancock, GA
Haralson, GA
Harris, GA
Hart, GA
525
2,659
14
354
240
199
493
2,368
14
338
218
197
5
175
105
27
54
61
8
158
114
23
64
61
1
4
0
0
0
0
13149
13151
13153
13155
13157
13159
Heard, GA
Henry, GA
Houston, GA
Irwin, GA
Jackson, GA
Jasper, GA
122
1,657
1,065
60
673
78
130
1,621
1,045
63
616
81
21
383
494
48
42
50
18
291
454
44
40
48
0
4
2
0
0
0
13161
13163
13165
13167
Jeff Davis, GA
Jefferson, GA
Jenkins, GA
Johnson, GA
197
96
68
76
191
92
63
71
34
188
67
52
42
184
68
55
0
0
0
0
128
226
13
28
7,089
330
1
1
1
1
25
6
22
38
27
0
0
0
4
0
0
1
1
0
0
33
3
1
1
1
511
8
23
18
16
32
521
7
7
915
17
50
49
35
9
472
1
0
10
21
0
12
21
1,604
16
23
56
2
2
7
18
1,334
2
14
17
40
1
0
3
1
3
1
1
7
18
12
39
3
6
10
11
26
2
22
13
21
1
409
1
29
172
154
8
1,716
35
27
148
106
5
1,466
35
0
6
8
1
1
785
47
164
49
11
2,066
0
28
110
41
9
1,519
15
39
0
1
1
3
1
39
30
1
10
1
1
1
0
1
113
1,031
48
46
35
11
27
5
5
94
826
0
2
1
2
1
42
42
1
26
7
18
4
4
0
Quality
.
Resource
.
Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
NUMBER OF BIRTHS BY RACE/ETHNICITY
1998 –
2000
White
1998 –
2000
Black
1998 –
2000
1998 –
2000
2000 API 2000 API Hispanic Hispanic
1998 –
2000
AmInd
FIPS
Code
County Name
13169
13171
13173
13175
Jones, GA
Lamar, GA
Lanier, GA
Laurens, GA
193
128
66
370
205
137
61
364
56
71
18
312
67
62
24
285
0
0
0
1
13177
13179
13181
13183
13185
13187
Lee, GA
Liberty, GA
Lincoln, GA
Long, GA
Lowndes, GA
Lumpkin, GA
260
775
58
141
889
299
264
825
49
133
864
251
67
616
40
40
600
58
616
35
35
613
3
0
10
0
1
2
2
13189
13191
13193
13195
13197
13199
McDuffie, GA
McIntosh, GA
Macon, GA
Madison, GA
Marion, GA
Meriwether, GA
189
94
89
317
63
145
182
90
76
313
64
148
184
79
151
30
34
140
165
70
147
30
39
144
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
1
1
1
2
1
13201
13205
13207
13209
13211
13213
Miller, GA
Mitchell, GA
Monroe, GA
Montgomery, GA
Morgan, GA
Murray, GA
59
162
173
84
156
535
47
160
191
86
136
510
38
195
94
30
69
38
205
88
27
71
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
2
0
0
1
13215
13217
13219
13221
13223
13225
Muscogee, GA
Newton, GA
Oconee, GA
Oglethorpe, GA
Paulding, GA
Peach, GA
1,524
855
270
122
1,392
220
1,478
804
264
108
1,315
218
1,592
285
22
31
108
186
1,569
255
18
32
82
167
13227
13229
13231
13233
13235
13237
Pickens, GA
Pierce, GA
Pike, GA
Polk, GA
Pulaski, GA
Putnam, GA
322
212
149
572
65
146
290
212
160
534
72
134
5
28
26
75
58
125
5
28
23
77
57
114
13239
13241
13243
13245
13247
13249
Quitman, GA
Rabun, GA
Randolph, GA
Richmond, GA
Rockdale, GA
Schley, GA
25
183
20
1,391
707
35
17
175
32
1,367
691
33
27
70
1,874
270
22
21
2
81
1,792
223
22
13251
13253
13255
13257
Screven, GA
Seminole, GA
Spalding, GA
Stephens, GA
88
73
536
320
91
77
547
306
109
62
345
45
114
69
346
50
2000
White
2000
Black
331
2000
AmInd
10
10
12
7
0
0
0
1
2
6
35
30
3
40
0
1
24
2
6
110
9
69
25
6
8
14
14
12
50
58
5
5
0
8
2
160
24
7
0
1
0
2
0
0
0
1
0
2
2
1
19
10
0
0
0
8
3
0
0
0
0
48
18
0
0
0
1
0
71
5
5
3
1
0
8
11
52
10
5
0
0
6
3
16
27
114
8
22
85
130
21
4
1
1
8
0
110
0
8
52
19
5
1
8
6
10
1
1
12
4
10
3
32
137
17
9
2
17
27
12
10
1
87
2
5
0
17
0
78
90
2
1
4
20
6
Quality
.
Resource
.
Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
NUMBER OF BIRTHS BY RACE/ETHNICITY
1998 2000
White
1998 –
2000
Black
1998 2000
1998 2000
2000 API 2000 API Hispanic Hispanic
1998 2000
AmInd
FIPS
Code
County Name
13259
13261
13263
13265
Stewart, GA
Sumter, GA
Talbot, GA
Taliaferro, GA
18
205
29
7
19
211
26
9
39
317
60
16
42
333
58
15
0
1
0
0
0
3
0
0
13267
13269
13271
13273
13275
13277
Tattnall, GA
Taylor, GA
Telfair, GA
Terrell, GA
Thomas, GA
Tift, GA
243
61
103
54
327
429
243
63
94
43
355
409
78
64
91
136
318
217
82
62
77
135
315
218
1
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
1
4
2
13279
13281
13283
13285
13287
13289
Toombs, GA
Towns, GA
Treutlen, GA
Troup, GA
Turner, GA
Twiggs, GA
312
93
61
571
69
65
304
90
55
587
69
68
144
26
352
90
63
128
0
32
340
82
66
0
0
0
1
0
0
13291
13293
13295
13297
13299
13301
Union, GA
Upson, GA
Walker, GA
Walton, GA
Ware, GA
Warren, GA
193
239
751
840
338
26
170
236
776
826
344
25
121
34
171
180
58
1
120
34
160
164
58
0
0
1
1
1
0
13303
13305
13307
13309
13311
13313
Washington, GA
Wayne, GA
Webster, GA
Wheeler, GA
White, GA
Whitfield, GA
113
280
13
45
264
1,741
111
278
13
46
252
1,642
153
74
19
23
38
148
79
14
24
3
47
1
0
0
0
0
3
13315
13317
13319
13321
Wilcox, GA
Wilkes, GA
Wilkinson, GA
Worth, GA
66
56
90
147
68
63
95
150
43
71
68
131
50
64
72
128
1
0
0
2
50,216
49,282
5,127
4,989
212
231
252
212
238
247
8
4
1
6
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
2
2
90
474
161
367
1,386
211
90
445
156
371
1,312
219
24
17
4
21
1
4
22
18
0
1
0
0
2
0
1
3
0
1
21
0
0
6
2
2
33
5
528
311
520
283
7
31
9
29
0
0
21 KENTUCKY
21001 Adair, KY
21003 Allen, KY
21005 Anderson, KY
21007
21009
21011
21013
21015
21017
Ballard, KY
Barren, KY
Bath, KY
Bell, KY
Boone, KY
Bourbon, KY
21019 Boyd, KY
21021 Boyle, KY
2000
White
2000
Black
16
2000
AmInd
332
75
89
6
6
6
11
5
22
611
27
4
1
0
5
0
1
0
1
3
11
3
0
1
1
0
0
2
17
22
89
7
16
104
60
16
9
10
10
29
16
12
7
680
1
20
0
0
72
2
4
1
16
86
57
1
2
10
5
1
2
6
8
25
19
0
1
10
1
4
4
564
0
1
0
2
6
3
2
2
1
560
1,089
930
2
2
34
6
4
3
Quality
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Resource
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Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
NUMBER OF BIRTHS BY RACE/ETHNICITY
FIPS
Code
County Name
21023
21025
21027
21029
Bracken, KY
Breathitt, KY
Breckinridge, KY
Bullitt, KY
21031
21033
21035
21037
21039
21041
2000
White
1998 –
2000
White
112
143
214
725
109
160
222
730
Butler, KY
Caldwell, KY
Calloway, KY
Campbell, KY
Carlisle, KY
Carroll, KY
159
119
312
1,204
69
151
164
130
324
1,249
67
132
21043
21045
21047
21049
21051
21053
Carter, KY
Casey, KY
Christian, KY
Clark, KY
Clay, KY
Clinton, KY
362
195
1,200
406
276
130
364
200
1,108
416
284
133
21055
21057
21059
21061
21063
21065
Crittenden, KY
Cumberland, KY
Daviess, KY
Edmonson, KY
Elliott, KY
Estill, KY
105
87
1,215
133
79
184
106
75
1,226
123
68
193
21067
21069
21071
21073
21075
21077
Fayette, KY
Fleming, KY
Floyd, KY
Franklin, KY
Fulton, KY
Gallatin, KY
3,022
157
537
552
69
111
2,874
170
532
551
75
112
21079
21081
21083
21085
21087
21089
Garrard, KY
Grant, KY
Graves, KY
Grayson, KY
Green, KY
Greenup, KY
178
398
470
361
124
436
171
377
475
321
115
402
21091
21093
21095
21097
21099
21101
Hancock, KY
Hardin, KY
Harlan, KY
Harrison, KY
Hart, KY
Henderson, KY
158
1,248
409
232
233
564
126
1,239
414
234
221
563
21103
21105
21107
21109
Henry, KY
Hickman, KY
Hopkins, KY
Jackson, KY
230
39
586
192
209
44
561
182
1998 –
2000
Black
2000
Black
8
8
15
33
430
19
70
581
57
35
30
5
193
6
7
46
5
7
36
1998 –
2000
1998 –
2000
2000 API 2000 API Hispanic Hispanic
1998 –
2000
AmInd
2000
AmInd
1
0
7
3
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
3
1
8
16
27
1
1
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
1
5
13
0
1
1
1
405
22
4
0
0
0
10
0
0
0
9
0
2
77
0
0
0
587
3
1
57
32
2
0
0
2
0
0
0
6
4
1
22
3
2
3
0
203
10
4
8
43
4
6
45
0
333
8
0
0
0
0
1
14
34
8
93
7
0
0
1
1
0
1
6
0
4
1
0
0
0
0
0
2
0
1
0
30
2
0
0
0
0
6
0
0
0
79
1
2
10
0
0
0
2
1
0
0
2
31
8
1
34
1
1
0
4
2
0
4
0
5
7
17
11
100
5
13
208
10
8
19
52
5
8
9
5
0
1
3
4
0
1
6
15
1
5
0
4
93
4
1
2
0
0
11
0
0
0
146
1
1
9
1
3
3
5
19
1
1
2
3
48
1
3
1
4
9
1
6
0
Quality
.
Resource
.
Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
NUMBER OF BIRTHS BY RACE/ETHNICITY
FIPS
Code
County Name
21111
21113
21115
21117
Jefferson, KY
Jessamine, KY
Johnson, KY
Kenton, KY
21119
21121
21123
21125
21127
21129
2000
White
1998 2000
White
7,358
539
323
2,272
7,250
540
317
2,215
Knott, KY
Knox, KY
Larue, KY
Laurel, KY
Lawrence, KY
Lee, KY
182
460
166
761
197
89
197
453
156
762
186
88
21131
21133
21135
21137
21139
21141
Leslie, KY
Letcher, KY
Lewis, KY
Lincoln, KY
Livingston, KY
Logan, KY
149
285
193
314
110
382
159
297
183
302
96
340
21143
21145
21147
21149
21151
21153
Lyon, KY
McCracken, KY
McCreary, KY
McLean, KY
Madison, KY
Magoffin, KY
56
711
225
153
910
204
55
697
224
138
901
190
21155
21157
21159
21161
21163
21165
Marion, KY
Marshall, KY
Martin, KY
Mason, KY
Meade, KY
Menifee, KY
228
296
176
228
285
89
226
296
191
224
298
85
21167
21169
21171
21173
21175
21177
Mercer, KY
Metcalfe, KY
Monroe, KY
Montgomery, KY
Morgan, KY
Muhlenberg, KY
268
150
158
341
136
388
255
135
149
326
149
400
21179
21181
21183
21185
21187
21189
Nelson, KY
Nicholas, KY
Ohio, KY
Oldham, KY
Owen, KY
Owsley, KY
520
99
311
520
123
52
518
99
295
511
124
59
21191
21193
21195
21197
Pendleton, KY
Perry, KY
Pike, KY
Powell, KY
201
429
763
185
188
402
808
188
1998 –
2000
Black
2000
Black
2,528
13
141
5
8
7
6
35
131
39
19
23
8
12
10
10
33
9
8
2,431
13
0
120
1998 2000
1998 2000
2000 API 2000 API Hispanic Hispanic
1998 2000
AmInd
2000
AmInd
22
27
1
0
3
2
4
7
5
1
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
6
0
30
222
31
199
4
0
20
208
11
38
190
8
1
36
0
2
1
5
0
0
0
1
1
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
0
2
0
1
1
2
1
4
1
134
0
1
43
1
0
1
0
0
1
0
1
8
0
0
6
0
18
0
0
17
8
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
1
0
1
0
0
12
0
5
7
1
13
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
7
34
0
2
10
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
4
0
1
3
1
0
8
0
6
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
3
0
334
6
6
7
5
17
7
0
12
0
0
7
0
2
1
0
2
2
0
6
6
10
5
1
1
5
0
1
4
0
4
11
4
0
1
0
1
1
Quality
.
Resource
.
Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
NUMBER OF BIRTHS BY RACE/ETHNICITY
1998 –
2000
White
FIPS
Code
County Name
21199
21201
21203
21205
Pulaski, KY
Robertson, KY
Rockcastle, KY
Rowan, KY
699
24
213
275
715
26
202
259
21207
21209
21211
21213
21215
21217
Russell, KY
Scott, KY
Shelby, KY
Simpson, KY
Spencer, KY
Taylor, KY
213
500
471
205
174
275
189
470
422
208
161
270
21219
21221
21223
21225
21227
21229
Todd, KY
Trigg, KY
Trimble, KY
Union, KY
Warren, KY
Washington, KY
161
126
105
173
1,060
123
161
121
105
171
1,079
118
21231
21233
21235
21237
21239
Wayne, KY
Webster, KY
Whitley, KY
Wolfe, KY
Woodford, KY
245
186
491
105
298
245
176
483
106
278
28 MISSISSIPPI
2000
White
1998 –
2000
Black
2000
Black
5
2000
AmInd
1998 –
2000
1998 –
2000
2000 API 2000 API Hispanic Hispanic
1998 –
2000
AmInd
5
0
0
3
0
0
0
0
1
21
36
29
1
13
0
1
1
0
1
0
12
17
0
18
122
13
1
0
1
0
1
0
7
3
7
0
0
12
1
0
2
0
0
26
42
31
17
16
16
21
126
12
8
0
4
4
2
0
0
2
5
31
3
2
3
1
1
0
2
25
0
1
0
1
0
1
394
54
46
10
6
2
3
0
46
6
14
2
8
2
0
12
15
23,540
23,059
19,893
19,550
388
623
492
167
379
170
374
317
75
322
70
0
0
3
1
8
2
5
28005
28007
28009
28011
28013
28015
Amite, MS
Attala, MS
Benton, MS
Bolivar, MS
Calhoun, MS
Carroll, MS
91
137
76
157
137
78
86
138
67
159
130
66
82
149
56
512
83
40
84
130
55
511
72
43
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
0
3
0
0
28017
28019
28021
28023
28025
28027
Chickasaw, MS
Choctaw, MS
Claiborne, MS
Clarke, MS
Clay, MS
Coahoma, MS
159
68
14
146
91
107
169
76
14
130
104
104
154
53
180
113
232
543
153
46
158
111
238
508
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
1
1
2
14
28029
28031
28033
28035
28037
28039
Copiah, MS
Covington, MS
DeSoto, MS
Forrest, MS
Franklin, MS
George, MS
194
168
1,580
614
62
291
177
165
1,441
597
70
301
265
136
215
469
48
34
257
137
216
473
55
37
0
0
2
1
0
0
2
1
14
12
0
1
12
126
166
128
162
29
161
35
150
0
0
335
236
25
4
1
0
1
28001 Adams, MS
28003 Alcorn, MS
28041 Greene, MS
28043 Grenada, MS
248
5
9
2
0
0
1
17
8
0
4
5
5
6
6
65
12
0
4
1
4
4
0
10
1
0
0
1
6
6
1
46
10
0
3
0
0
Quality
.
Resource
.
Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
NUMBER OF BIRTHS BY RACE/ETHNICITY
1998 2000
White
1998 –
2000
Black
1998 2000
AmInd
FIPS
Code
County Name
28045
28047
28049
28051
Hancock, MS
Harrison, MS
Hinds, MS
Holmes, MS
518
2,096
1,043
49
475
2,077
1,054
48
46
757
2,938
371
43
756
2,880
365
28053
28055
28057
28059
28061
28063
Humphreys, MS
Issaquena, MS
Itawamba, MS
Jackson, MS
Jasper, MS
Jefferson, MS
35
8
262
1,338
101
10
38
6
241
1,323
104
11
167
22
19
541
187
140
166
19
19
523
182
124
28065
28067
28069
28071
28073
28075
Jefferson Davis, MS
Jones, MS
Kemper, MS
Lafayette, MS
Lamar, MS
Lauderdale, MS
76
642
36
244
489
621
67
600
35
246
511
615
127
397
96
171
109
528
140
379
105
173
93
563
28077
28079
28081
28083
28085
28087
Lawrence, MS
Leake, MS
Lee, MS
Leflore, MS
Lincoln, MS
Lowndes, MS
114
190
865
126
283
443
114
168
830
128
300
477
75
154
409
505
177
496
68
149
395
498
178
484
28089
28091
28093
28095
28097
28099
Madison, MS
Marion, MS
Marshall, MS
Monroe, MS
Montgomery, MS
Neshoba, MS
668
224
237
318
70
253
643
226
227
321
70
246
601
161
321
189
93
112
570
154
302
196
99
113
28101
28103
28105
28107
28109
28111
Newton, MS
Noxubee, MS
Oktibbeha, MS
Panola, MS
Pearl River, MS
Perry, MS
199
49
264
218
555
135
184
53
252
225
553
138
124
168
285
365
105
43
118
172
265
348
109
53
28113
28115
28117
28119
28121
28123
Pike, MS
Pontotoc, MS
Prentiss, MS
Quitman, MS
Rankin, MS
Scott, MS
255
348
288
27
1,375
241
247
325
289
33
1,307
236
376
54
57
139
307
214
393
55
51
142
295
203
0
0
0
0
2
3
28125
28127
28129
28131
Sharkey, MS
Simpson, MS
Smith, MS
Stone, MS
13
218
125
161
17
221
137
146
93
169
53
52
97
182
67
56
0
0
0
2
2000
White
2000
Black
336
2000
AmInd
5
20
3
14
2
0
0
0
0
3
2
0
7
30
111
41
0
6
1
0
0
1
0
29
1
0
0
1
1
0
1
0
0
113
35
0
1
0
2
0
1998 2000
2000
Hispanic Hispanic
1998 2000
API
2000
API
8
117
31
48
9
6
14
5
19
19
14
6
116
33
0
1
0
2
38
1
1
0
2
0
11
4
7
1
1
11
3
1
8
19
1
1
2
2
2
1
1
18
2
1
0
3
0
1
0
13
1
1
1
0
1
6
81
14
41
51
10
12
24
19
5
11
16
8
8
12
22
29
5
8
72
17
0
2
0
0
26
1
0
1
21
0
2
9
14
1
13
13
6
1
11
10
1
3
2
1
4
3
2
5
2
7
1
2
6
1
1
20
25
1
3
1
2
Quality
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Resource
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Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
NUMBER OF BIRTHS BY RACE/ETHNICITY
1998 –
2000
White
1998 –
2000
Black
1998 –
2000
AmInd
1998 –
2000
2000
Hispanic Hispanic
1998 –
2000
API
FIPS
Code
County Name
28133
28135
28137
28139
Sunflower, MS
Tallahatchie, MS
Tate, MS
Tippah, MS
106
61
256
280
113
64
240
265
444
152
158
68
438
149
150
61
0
0
0
0
28141
28143
28145
28147
28149
28151
Tishomingo, MS
Tunica, MS
Union, MS
Walthall, MS
Warren, MS
Washington, MS
233
26
349
95
329
276
237
26
309
96
359
282
6
155
76
127
479
858
4
146
81
129
448
868
1
0
0
0
1
0
28153
28155
28157
28159
28161
28163
Wayne, MS
Webster, MS
Wilkinson, MS
Winston, MS
Yalobusha, MS
Yazoo, MS
153
113
23
132
106
164
161
104
30
117
100
163
163
45
114
177
91
321
172
38
106
163
91
306
1
0
1
4
0
0
86,428
82,333
29,369
28,680
1,740
1,717
2,774
2,535
12,557
10,177
1,511
1,396
364
356
5
6
23
20
349
276
18
0
0
1
0
0
0
13
18
10
7
11
0
3
0
1
3
9
9
60
18
6
1
10
6
54
1
11
7
4
2
6
5
32
90
34
0
1
4
28
96
28
10
38
37
181
104
282
5
37
35
142
77
209
7
2
6
0
117
5
52
35
0
21
8
221
143
37 NORTH CAROLINA
37001 Alamance, NC
2000
White
2000
Black
37003
37005
37007
37009
37011
37013
Alexander, NC
Alleghany, NC
Anson, NC
Ashe, NC
Avery, NC
Beaufort, NC
436
125
140
255
180
406
415
110
141
260
171
388
228
19
1
200
2
1
231
37015
37017
37019
37021
37023
37025
Bertie, NC
Bladen, NC
Brunswick, NC
Buncombe, NC
Burke, NC
Cabarrus, NC
62
281
707
2,319
1,014
1,838
58
271
665
2,260
984
1,663
186
189
137
244
62
286
187
187
135
229
64
266
37027
37029
37031
37033
37035
37037
Caldwell, NC
Camden, NC
Carteret, NC
Caswell, NC
Catawba, NC
Chatham, NC
972
58
577
176
1,832
581
979
42
555
171
1,696
570
67
15
54
85
178
74
74
9
61
92
173
90
37039
37041
37043
37045
37047
37049
Cherokee, NC
Chowan, NC
Clay, NC
Cleveland, NC
Columbus, NC
Craven, NC
260
86
80
945
497
1,176
253
110
70
953
491
1,147
374
289
436
4
100
0
337
306
429
3,348
219
3,329
189
2,025
14
1,990
18
37051 Cumberland, NC
37053 Currituck, NC
208
101
337
2000
AmInd
11
7
2000
API
8
5
2
0
4
0
5
2
22
15
3
0
0
1
26
8
109
90
0
6
9
4
0
1
1
0
0
1
0
7
5
1
1
0
0
0
2
12
122
6
17
25
184
7
6
13
13
12
7
5
7
27
7
316
166
5
5
5
1
3
10
7
2
8
1
8
9
1
3
0
2
1
4
1
1
0
13
1
35
35
45
118
3
4
0
25
42
100
174
2
549
11
520
6
Quality
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Resource
.
Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
NUMBER OF BIRTHS BY RACE/ETHNICITY
FIPS
Code
County Name
37055 Dare, NC
2000
White
1998 2000
White
1998 –
2000
Black
2000
Black
334
315
13
11
37057
37059
37061
37063
Davidson, NC
Davie, NC
Duplin, NC
Durham, NC
1,735
457
626
2,037
1,671
409
582
1,861
202
22
205
1,583
198
24
196
1,538
37065
37067
37069
37071
37073
37075
Edgecombe, NC
Forsyth, NC
Franklin, NC
Gaston, NC
Gates, NC
Graham, NC
314
3,297
489
2,275
63
96
300
3,178
433
2,161
59
91
538
1,233
178
427
44
529
1,227
179
459
48
0
37077
37079
37081
37083
37085
37087
Granville, NC
Greene, NC
Guilford, NC
Halifax, NC
Harnett, NC
Haywood, NC
411
145
3,674
292
1,094
555
397
144
3,525
270
1,050
537
186
113
2,138
472
313
5
191
120
2,031
447
333
5
37089
37091
37093
37095
37097
37099
Henderson, NC
Hertford, NC
Hoke, NC
Hyde, NC
Iredell, NC
Jackson, NC
978
74
379
48
1,630
296
970
82
364
39
1,476
288
39
204
221
14
302
7
38
207
213
17
270
4
37101
37103
37105
37107
37109
37111
Johnston, NC
Jones, NC
Lee, NC
Lenoir, NC
Lincoln, NC
McDowell, NC
1,742
54
660
429
842
423
1,624
65
641
428
792
421
358
33
199
425
61
13
328
42
193
420
59
12
37113
37115
37117
37119
37121
37123
Macon, NC
Madison, NC
Martin, NC
Mecklenburg, NC
Mitchell, NC
Montgomery, NC
298
230
266
7,796
154
309
293
228
252
7,137
162
306
170
3,661
90
4
1
192
3,449
0
95
37125
37127
37129
37131
37133
37135
Moore, NC
Nash, NC
New Hanover, NC
Northampton, NC
Onslow, NC
Orange, NC
706
788
1,503
101
2,585
984
720
753
1,459
91
2,519
927
200
496
483
159
622
223
196
466
480
175
599
203
77
230
372
77
227
347
31
217
117
33
215
110
37137 Pamlico, NC
37139 Pasquotank, NC
37141 Pender, NC
338
1998 2000
AmInd
2000
AmInd
1998 2000
2000
Hispanic Hispanic
1998 2000
API
2000
API
1
5
3
21
17
28
7
6
0
1
5
26
2
2
147
162
51
295
596
121
36
253
464
2
57
5
42
0
0
51
785
47
182
9
1
5
1
3
0
10
44
654
43
121
1
1
2
1
221
6
14
2
60
35
506
7
158
18
40
37
368
5
127
15
14
1
11
0
40
3
165
111
9
117
14
131
1
93
5
92
9
14
0
12
5
3
6
289
5
270
60
95
19
245
4
220
46
77
17
3
0
3
473
0
13
13
5
28
1,503
5
117
10
4
23
1,147
5
99
8
11
27
0
93
66
80
79
80
302
161
84
69
64
3
259
117
1
8
1
7
6
48
5
6
35
8
44
29
15
62
5
62
8
6
28
13
6
22
6
1
0
36
33
14
3
3
2
69
0
5
56
7
0
5
0
2
1
2
0
1
28
0
1
14
5
9
0
21
5
0
0
1
181
55
5
47
239
13
15
6
48
14
11
7
9
5
507
16
9
16
27
102
76
7
Quality
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Resource
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NUMBER OF BIRTHS BY RACE/ETHNICITY
FIPS
Code
County Name
37143 Perquimans, NC
1998 2000
White
2000
White
1998 –
2000
Black
2000
Black
1998 2000
AmInd
2000
AmInd
1998 2000
2000
Hispanic Hispanic
1998 2000
API
2000
API
81
77
42
40
0
0
37145
37147
37149
37151
Person, NC
Pitt, NC
Polk, NC
Randolph, NC
307
1,164
182
1,819
303
1,085
171
1,725
124
826
10
107
139
826
12
107
1
3
0
7
1
22
1
12
19
135
18
347
13
130
16
282
37153
37155
37157
37159
37161
37163
Richmond, NC
Robeson, NC
Rockingham, NC
Rowan, NC
Rutherford, NC
Sampson, NC
443
638
947
1,333
752
611
410
627
939
1,347
715
609
247
557
254
339
112
297
264
536
252
325
109
270
17
953
5
9
4
26
4
4
41
167
84
163
27
196
35
143
71
135
20
193
37165
37167
37169
37171
37173
37175
Scotland, NC
Stanly, NC
Stokes, NC
Surry, NC
Swain, NC
Transylvania, NC
248
615
509
918
116
281
245
603
507
904
104
266
243
110
13
39
50
14
245
99
19
37
0
17
2
34
2
12
1
3
39
12
165
10
6
3
35
10
133
6
3
37177
37179
37181
37183
37185
37187
Tyrrell, NC
Union, NC
Vance, NC
Wake, NC
Warren, NC
Washington, NC
26
1,897
358
7,463
56
83
28
1,730
323
6,942
56
66
19
318
393
2,220
133
118
17
302
377
2,137
142
108
37189
37191
37193
37195
37197
37199
Watauga, NC
Wayne, NC
Wilkes, NC
Wilson, NC
Yadkin, NC
Yancey, NC
346
1,105
877
610
498
216
334
1,109
824
594
492
191
10
627
41
467
26
6
609
40
509
20
1
35,341
34,832
19,734
19,224
226
228
108
117
0
5
0
1
0
2
5
14
7
1
17
0
1
2
52
45 SOUTH CAROLINA
45001 Abbeville, SC
45003
45005
45007
45009
45011
45013
Aiken, SC
Allendale, SC
Anderson, SC
Bamberg, SC
Barnwell, SC
Beaufort, SC
1,295
32
1,695
78
145
1,356
1,262
30
1,700
73
157
1,244
631
146
501
154
184
511
580
143
466
147
178
490
45015
45017
45019
45021
45023
45025
Berkeley, SC
Calhoun, SC
Charleston, SC
Cherokee, SC
Chester, SC
Chesterfield, SC
1,479
82
2,594
592
258
348
1,480
72
2,561
549
253
343
574
111
1,881
185
247
267
572
102
1,837
177
227
245
166
159
270
258
45027 Clarendon, SC
339
8
11
7
14
65
6
28
188
5
10
23
13
956
2
6
1
16
52
1
1
0
71
1
0
7
1
24
10
0
33
12
7
6
26
8
27
16
1
8
8
257
63
891
6
6
1
3
2
1
0
0
6
28
6
3
22
3
4
1
1
7
190
102
144
102
20
4
174
71
144
86
13
164
851
760
2,261
1,763
57
46
2
25
2
3
188
0
22
487
0
16
3
429
0
0
9
317
77
1,135
1
20
24
90
7
5
16
1
19
1
3
30
3
31
5
258
49
1
79
6
4
2
78
160
24
10
66
3
135
20
4
12
2
24
20
Quality
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Resource
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HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
NUMBER OF BIRTHS BY RACE/ETHNICITY
FIPS
Code
County Name
2000
White
1998 2000
White
1998 –
2000
Black
2000
Black
1998 2000
AmInd
2000
AmInd
1998 2000
2000
Hispanic Hispanic
1998 2000
API
2000
API
45029 Colleton, SC
305
296
280
252
3
1
11
8
45031
45033
45035
45037
Darlington, SC
Dillon, SC
Dorchester, SC
Edgefield, SC
449
236
857
165
434
213
827
157
502
266
345
133
500
260
320
137
1
14
7
0
1
1
12
1
8
14
26
10
7
14
21
8
45039
45041
45043
45045
45047
45049
Fairfield, SC
Florence, SC
Georgetown, SC
Greenville, SC
Greenwood, SC
Hampton, SC
102
931
404
4,170
570
121
105
973
406
4,118
596
112
237
914
359
1,092
370
176
222
884
363
1,080
346
189
1
15
5
107
8
1
25
18
403
72
7
2
22
15
306
53
6
45051
45053
45055
45057
45059
45061
Horry, SC
Jasper, SC
Kershaw, SC
Lancaster, SC
Laurens, SC
Lee, SC
1,889
143
527
555
570
61
1,796
128
492
555
594
59
618
142
197
271
250
202
565
148
205
261
257
201
14
9
1
1
1
0
0
49
44
2
4
3
2
1
141
42
25
21
38
87
26
17
16
30
1
45063
45065
45067
45069
45071
45073
Lexington, SC
McCormick, SC
Marion, SC
Marlboro, SC
Newberry, SC
Oconee, SC
2,420
36
203
185
294
686
2,427
28
180
181
297
691
529
62
320
235
200
72
523
58
318
240
199
87
7
7
0
2
16
2
2
47
44
1
3
1
1
6
91
42
39
64
1
11
2
34
34
45075
45077
45079
45081
45083
45085
Orangeburg, SC
Pickens, SC
Richland, SC
Saluda, SC
Spartanburg, SC
Sumter, SC
418
1,224
1,902
168
2,486
835
434
1,243
1,893
171
2,447
819
882
93
2,419
91
752
880
871
91
2,370
87
749
857
2
3
9
0
5
4
11
10
126
100
23
8
14
103
0
97
25
12
39
141
56
183
38
13
29
119
43
142
40
45087 Union, SC
45089 Williamsburg, SC
45091 York, SC
215
152
1,716
232
140
1,673
161
389
525
147
391
509
43
1
1
32
5
26
0
0
22
75
3
5
56
47 TENNESSEE
61,224
60,179
16,909
16,764
154
141
1,324
1,187
3,220
2,550
3
2
0
0
15
5
11
4
1
0
7
140
9
98
2
1
4
2
1
0
0
1
17
9
16
10
2
0
2
2
10
29
5
13
26
2
2
4
5
1
5
6
47001
47003
47005
47007
Anderson, TN
Bedford, TN
Benton, TN
Bledsoe, TN
745
575
174
138
758
524
166
127
34
31
37
43
5
0
47009
47011
47013
47015
47017
47019
Blount, TN
Bradley, TN
Campbell, TN
Cannon, TN
Carroll, TN
Carter, TN
1,246
1,125
474
129
316
588
1,196
1,112
490
149
320
585
45
53
36
48
1
1
43
4
482
497
47021 Cheatham, TN
40
5
5
340
16
9
6
13
17
6
6
0
4
1
5
0
0
1
17
19
6
122
14
8
11
Quality
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Resource
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HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
NUMBER OF BIRTHS BY RACE/ETHNICITY
FIPS
Code
County Name
2000
White
1998 2000
White
1998 –
2000
Black
2000
Black
1998 2000
AmInd
2000
AmInd
1998 2000
2000
Hispanic Hispanic
1998 2000
API
2000
API
47023 Chester, TN
159
163
47025
47027
47029
47031
Claiborne, TN
Clay, TN
Cocke, TN
Coffee, TN
362
95
398
619
360
85
394
623
47033
47035
47037
47039
47041
47043
Crockett, TN
Cumberland, TN
Davidson, TN
Decatur, TN
DeKalb, TN
Dickson, TN
172
478
5,843
139
197
599
152
502
5,691
135
208
580
47045
47047
47049
47051
47053
47055
Dyer, TN
Fayette, TN
Fentress, TN
Franklin, TN
Gibson, TN
Giles, TN
435
244
209
434
480
312
410
240
208
441
449
331
47057
47059
47061
47063
47065
47067
Grainger, TN
Greene, TN
Grundy, TN
Hamblen, TN
Hamilton, TN
Hancock, TN
238
765
187
832
2,869
79
236
742
200
778
2,821
66
47069
47071
47073
47075
47077
47079
Hardeman, TN
Hardin, TN
Hawkins, TN
Haywood, TN
Henderson, TN
Henry, TN
169
271
648
131
314
335
169
275
647
131
315
338
194
9
5
169
27
39
186
12
8
158
26
41
0
0
0
0
0
1
2
0
3
1
3
2
47081
47083
47085
47087
47089
47091
Hickman, TN
Houston, TN
Humphreys, TN
Jackson, TN
Jefferson, TN
Johnson, TN
293
93
211
126
515
162
279
101
208
108
513
171
6
4
2
5
0
9
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
2
1
47093
47095
47097
47099
47101
47103
Knox, TN
Lake, TN
Lauderdale, TN
Lawrence, TN
Lewis, TN
Lincoln, TN
4,189
57
261
586
140
334
4,164
62
241
546
136
342
496
19
159
7
38
503
18
170
8
2
31
470
544
319
464
549
304
5
35
31
6
30
27
47105 Loudon, TN
47107 McMinn, TN
47109 McNairy, TN
15
20
0
0
2
14
24
2
1
11
25
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
12
1
0
4
23
33
0
2,644
5
3
30
0
1
23
0
0
2
26
2,774
5
30
77
148
28
183
35
12
30
1,079
6
14
20
87
167
0
24
165
46
0
0
0
1
1
1
0
14
0
28
1,003
0
0
1
0
0
6
0
341
13
11
10
0
2
1
0
0
1
2
0
17
346
5
5
7
73
101
5
19
0
3
312
0
0
3
35
7
823
4
2
0
4
2
4
10
0
4
0
6
66
0
8
10
10
15
9
8
135
151
7
15
6
15
87
0
1
1
1
2
94
3
4
0
28
14
5
7
6
25
8
654
1
7
9
6
4
1
7
10
2
5
10
1
90
118
0
1
1
6
12
3
4
3
2
3
1
12
1
67
1
5
5
1
4
20
16
4
Quality
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Resource
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HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
NUMBER OF BIRTHS BY RACE/ETHNICITY
FIPS
Code
County Name
1998 2000
White
2000
White
1998 –
2000
Black
2000
Black
47111 Macon, TN
264
259
47113
47115
47117
47119
Madison, TN
Marion, TN
Marshall, TN
Maury, TN
835
358
327
854
805
332
319
823
47121
47123
47125
47127
47129
47131
Meigs, TN
Monroe, TN
Montgomery, TN
Moore, TN
Morgan, TN
Obion, TN
151
506
1,914
61
221
374
149
506
1,854
56
219
362
47133
47135
47137
47139
47141
47143
Overton, TN
Perry, TN
Pickett, TN
Polk, TN
Putnam, TN
Rhea, TN
246
89
55
226
838
378
230
97
61
198
814
383
47145
47147
47149
47151
47153
47155
Roane, TN
Robertson, TN
Rutherford, TN
Scott, TN
Sequatchie, TN
Sevier, TN
593
788
2,411
286
141
945
582
718
2,374
302
145
887
13
77
294
47157
47159
47161
47163
47165
47167
Shelby, TN
Smith, TN
Stewart, TN
Sullivan, TN
Sumner, TN
Tipton, TN
5,798
230
135
1,757
1,631
539
5,874
225
141
1,708
1,611
515
8,589
6
47169
47171
47173
47175
47177
47179
Trousdale, TN
Unicoi, TN
Union, TN
Van Buren, TN
Warren, TN
Washington, TN
87
175
217
47
557
1,275
85
191
221
54
516
1,279
5
47181
47183
47185
47187
47189
Wayne, TN
Weakley, TN
White, TN
Williamson, TN
Wilson, TN
178
384
301
1,588
1,159
173
363
288
1,549
1,107
84 REGION IV
91 UNITED STATES
534,064
1998 2000
AmInd
2000
AmInd
1
1
533
10
30
156
1
3
1
2
42
1
8
497
1
0
52
0
1
15
0
0
0
12
12
1
2
0
1
9
9
0
0
0
0
1
2
16
68
268
0
0
3
2
1
4
0
0
3
550
11
21
158
10
504
7
42
125
199
18
47
25
83
78
8,695
5
3
35
120
197
16
5
11
13
0
0
2
3
0
7
0
0
0
15
48
0
0
1
0
1
1
2
24
3
84
81
1
1
1
2
2
3,726
520,682 203,072 197,429
4,019
3,194,005 3,148,411 622,598 612,823
41,668
1998 2000
2000
Hispanic Hispanic
1998 2000
API
2000
API
6
83
7
85
10
354
11
22
6
19
1
11
8
8
1
2
4
27
27
2
11
43
1
1
70
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
5
1
3
2
82
0
1
7
320
1
0
8
17
6
0
0
0
0
4
15
19
70
10
1
8
177
0
1
9
82
9
1
0
1
1
53
8
7
177
54
118
26
616
5
14
67
9
52
33
2
33
107
1
1
17
484
3
3
10
45
4
2
9
0
0
37
27
28
6
0
5
1
24
6
77
27
1
5
2
60
20
15,053
13,500
80,870
70,537
7
5
40,703 200,543 184,657 815,868 771,623
Note: Fewer than 5 occurrences are suppressed for year 2000 county-level data.
1998-2000 data are 3-year averages. 3-year averages are not suppressed.
Hispanics can be of any race.
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HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
PERCENT LOW BIRTHWEIGHT BIRTHS
FIPS
Code
County Name
01 ALABAMA
01001 Autauga, AL
1998 2000
Total
2000
White
1998 2000
White
2000
Black
1998 –
2000
2000
Black
AmInd
9.4%
7.7%
7.5%
13.9%
13.6%
6.9%
5.6%
6.0%
8.1%
9.4%
18.4%
14.6%
12.2%
14.1%
15.1%
10.1%
01003
01005
01007
01009
01011
Baldwin, AL
Barbour, AL
Bibb, AL
Blount, AL
Bullock, AL
8.0%
11.1%
9.6%
8.5%
11.8%
7.0%
7.0%
7.2%
8.6%
6.8%
5.6%
9.4%
8.5%
14.2%
12.4%
01013
01015
01017
01019
01021
01023
Butler, AL
Calhoun, AL
Chambers, AL
Cherokee, AL
Chilton, AL
Choctaw, AL
8.0%
8.7%
9.3%
9.0%
8.5%
10.8%
6.8%
8.0%
8.2%
9.4%
8.0%
12.7%
6.3%
7.2%
7.1%
7.8%
8.2%
9.0%
12.7%
15.6%
10.5%
9.6%
14.0%
12.3%
15.2%
11.9%
12.7%
01025
01027
01029
01031
01033
01035
Clarke, AL
Clay, AL
Cleburne, AL
Coffee, AL
Colbert, AL
Conecuh, AL
8.8%
8.0%
8.0%
8.2%
11.0%
13.2%
6.0%
6.4%
8.4%
8.8%
11.0%
20.6%
6.4%
7.0%
7.9%
6.5%
10.9%
11.0%
12.3%
20.0%
11.2%
16.4%
17.1%
16.2%
13.6%
11.5%
14.9%
01037
01039
01041
01043
01045
01047
Coosa, AL
Covington, AL
Crenshaw, AL
Cullman, AL
Dale, AL
Dallas, AL
12.7%
8.8%
6.4%
7.7%
8.1%
11.9%
9.1%
7.2%
6.8%
7.3%
8.1%
9.8%
8.9%
6.8%
7.1%
7.7%
6.7%
8.2%
13.7%
15.6%
19.6%
15.9%
14.3%
11.1%
12.5%
13.1%
01049
01051
01053
01055
01057
01059
DeKalb, AL
Elmore, AL
Escambia, AL
Etowah, AL
Fayette, AL
Franklin, AL
8.5%
8.8%
10.5%
8.4%
8.1%
7.2%
9.2%
7.7%
10.6%
7.1%
10.1%
6.4%
8.2%
6.9%
8.7%
7.8%
8.2%
6.7%
15.9%
14.2%
12.7%
14.6%
14.4%
11.4%
01061
01063
01065
01067
01069
01071
Geneva, AL
Greene, AL
Hale, AL
Henry, AL
Houston, AL
Jackson, AL
8.9%
12.9%
11.9%
9.2%
9.0%
8.1%
9.6%
7.5%
18.2%
9.3%
6.1%
8.1%
10.0%
8.4%
6.8%
7.7%
01073
01075
01077
01079
01081
01083
Jefferson, AL
Lamar, AL
Lauderdale, AL
Lawrence, AL
Lee, AL
Limestone, AL
10.3%
8.9%
9.2%
9.1%
8.0%
7.8%
7.5%
10.1%
8.0%
6.7%
7.2%
7.5%
7.3%
8.3%
8.0%
8.4%
6.6%
6.8%
01085 Lowndes, AL
12.6%
7.1%
1998 2000
AmInd
6.8%
7.0%
1998 2000
API
8.0%
1998 2000
2000
Hispanic Hispanic
6.5%
6.4%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
22.2%
14.8%
10.9%
12.9%
13.0%
16.3%
13.4%
12.8%
10.8%
13.5%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
13.8%
13.7%
18.1%
10.0%
12.7%
17.6%
17.9%
11.9%
11.3%
15.4%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
15.1%
14.0%
0.0%
343
2000
API
0.0%
7.0%
0.0%
7.3%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
18.2%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
20.6%
9.1%
8.0%
0.0%
0.0%
6.9%
0.0%
5.8%
6.6%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
3.4%
0.0%
7.2%
0.0%
4.6%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
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HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
PERCENT LOW BIRTHWEIGHT BIRTHS
FIPS
Code
County Name
1998 –
2000
2000
Total
White
1998 –
2000
2000
White Black
1998 –
2000
2000
Black
AmInd
1998 –
2000
2000
AmInd API
01087 Macon, AL
11.3%
11.5%
10.3%
11.8%
01089
01091
01093
01095
01097
Madison, AL
Marengo, AL
Marion, AL
Marshall, AL
Mobile, AL
8.2%
13.1%
7.1%
7.9%
10.7%
6.5%
6.8%
7.7%
7.6%
8.3%
6.3%
6.4%
7.1%
7.8%
7.9%
15.1%
15.1%
13.0%
17.3%
13.9%
14.6%
01099
01101
01103
01105
01107
01109
Monroe, AL
Montgomery, AL
Morgan, AL
Perry, AL
Pickens, AL
Pike, AL
10.9%
10.7%
9.3%
11.0%
10.0%
8.5%
4.9%
7.8%
8.0%
7.5%
6.7%
8.3%
19.4%
13.8%
17.9%
15.6%
9.3%
8.3%
14.5%
13.4%
15.8%
12.4%
11.1%
11.5%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
01111
01113
01115
01117
01119
01121
Randolph, AL
Russell, AL
St. Clair, AL
Shelby, AL
Sumter, AL
Talladega, AL
14.1%
9.1%
9.7%
14.8%
14.0%
14.3%
14.3%
10.6%
10.4%
14.3%
11.9%
15.1%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
01123
01125
01127
01129
01131
01133
Tallapoosa, AL
Tuscaloosa, AL
Walker, AL
Washington, AL
Wilcox, AL
Winston, AL
14.7%
17.1%
25.7%
16.3%
15.2%
13.5%
15.6%
16.7%
14.9%
12.9%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
12 FLORIDA
12001 Alachua, FL
8.9%
7.0%
8.8%
5.8%
10.5%
9.4%
7.7%
7.2%
11.1%
11.3%
9.7%
10.6%
9.8%
6.7%
9.4%
8.5%
7.5%
6.7%
9.3%
8.9%
10.4%
10.7%
8.5%
9.1%
12.0%
7.7%
7.2%
6.7%
6.4%
5.1%
8.4%
7.7%
7.9%
7.2%
8.1%
6.6%
6.8%
12.3%
12.3%
8.4%
5.5%
6.1%
14.3%
13.3%
20.9%
14.9%
15.2%
12.5%
10.9%
12.2%
11.1%
8.2%
Baker, FL
Bay, FL
Bradford, FL
Brevard, FL
Broward, FL
Calhoun, FL
6.4%
7.1%
8.0%
7.4%
8.3%
10.1%
4.9%
5.7%
7.8%
6.7%
6.6%
10.3%
5.2%
6.2%
7.6%
6.6%
6.7%
9.0%
12015
12017
12019
12021
12023
12027
Charlotte, FL
Citrus, FL
Clay, FL
Collier, FL
Columbia, FL
DeSoto, FL
7.4%
7.2%
7.3%
6.6%
8.9%
6.7%
5.5%
7.3%
6.7%
6.0%
7.8%
6.1%
6.9%
7.0%
7.2%
6.3%
7.3%
6.2%
12029
12031
12033
12035
12037
12039
Dixie, FL
Duval, FL
Escambia, FL
Flagler, FL
Franklin, FL
Gadsden, FL
6.7%
9.5%
8.7%
6.7%
7.7%
11.6%
4.3%
6.8%
6.1%
3.9%
5.4%
7.3%
6.6%
5.7%
7.0%
7.6%
11.3%
10.9%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
16.2%
8.7%
6.0%
6.6%
22.2%
5.8%
8.8%
15.9%
9.8%
9.8%
9.6%
14.8%
9.5%
13.5%
13.5%
14.3%
8.7%
14.5%
14.1%
344
0.0%
4.4%
8.9%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
8.5%
6.5%
6.5%
7.3%
6.4%
0.0%
6.3%
8.4%
0.0%
0.0%
7.2%
6.2%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
9.7%
10.4%
9.1%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
7.0%
0.0%
0.0%
14.0%
13.3%
19.1%
8.2%
8.2%
0.0%
13.2%
6.7%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
25.0%
10.6%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
9.2%
0.0%
5.3%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
7.5%
12003
12005
12007
12009
12011
12013
6.7%
0.0%
1998 –
1998 –
2000
2000
2000
API
Hispanic Hispanic
0.0%
9.2%
10.6%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
6.6%
6.1%
0.0%
13.9%
5.7%
0.0%
11.4%
6.0%
7.5%
5.6%
6.1%
7.1%
0.0%
7.1%
7.8%
0.0%
5.1%
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HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
PERCENT LOW BIRTHWEIGHT BIRTHS
FIPS
Code
County Name
1998 2000
Total
2000
White
2000
Black
1998 –
2000
2000
Black
AmInd
12041 Gilchrist, FL
8.3%
12043
12045
12047
12049
12051
Glades, FL
Gulf, FL
Hamilton, FL
Hardee, FL
Hendry, FL
7.1%
7.4%
9.5%
6.5%
7.7%
5.6%
6.0%
7.4%
7.4%
7.3%
5.7%
6.4%
6.0%
12053
12055
12057
12059
12061
12063
Hernando, FL
Highlands, FL
Hillsborough, FL
Holmes, FL
Indian River, FL
Jackson, FL
7.7%
7.7%
8.1%
7.9%
6.9%
9.7%
6.0%
7.4%
6.9%
11.7%
5.6%
7.1%
7.4%
6.8%
7.0%
7.8%
5.8%
7.4%
12065
12067
12069
12071
12073
12075
Jefferson, FL
Lafayette, FL
Lake, FL
Lee, FL
Leon, FL
Levy, FL
7.5%
7.6%
8.5%
7.5%
9.3%
8.2%
6.7%
10.1%
7.7%
6.5%
6.1%
9.5%
12077
12079
12081
12083
12085
12086
Liberty, FL
Madison, FL
Manatee, FL
Marion, FL
Martin, FL
Miami-Dade, FL
7.2%
10.9%
7.9%
7.9%
6.3%
7.9%
11.1%
6.6%
6.6%
5.9%
6.4%
9.1%
7.1%
6.9%
5.8%
6.4%
12087
12089
12091
12093
12095
12097
Monroe, FL
Nassau, FL
Okaloosa, FL
Okeechobee, FL
Orange, FL
Osceola, FL
5.3%
7.9%
7.2%
6.4%
9.1%
7.7%
4.5%
6.7%
5.7%
6.2%
7.1%
6.7%
4.9%
7.5%
6.3%
6.0%
7.5%
7.4%
13.1%
13.5%
14.2%
11.1%
12099
12101
12103
12105
12107
12109
Palm Beach, FL
Pasco, FL
Pinellas, FL
Polk, FL
Putnam, FL
St. Johns, FL
7.7%
7.2%
8.1%
7.4%
8.1%
7.8%
6.3%
7.2%
6.4%
6.6%
8.3%
5.7%
6.4%
6.9%
6.8%
6.5%
6.7%
6.8%
11.4%
14.7%
14.2%
9.5%
13.7%
14.2%
11.3%
15.3%
13.9%
10.6%
12.2%
15.9%
12111
12113
12115
12117
12119
12121
St. Lucie, FL
Santa Rosa, FL
Sarasota, FL
Seminole, FL
Sumter, FL
Suwannee, FL
7.7%
7.4%
7.5%
7.9%
8.9%
8.2%
6.0%
7.4%
6.7%
6.2%
8.2%
6.5%
6.3%
7.2%
6.6%
6.8%
7.2%
7.2%
11.6%
11.4%
19.7%
14.4%
12.1%
16.0%
11.1%
12.3%
14.6%
14.1%
16.3%
14.1%
9.0%
6.0%
4.8%
6.4%
7.5%
5.6%
16.1%
14.8%
12123 Taylor, FL
12125 Union, FL
11.9%
1998 2000
White
7.9%
17.5%
16.1%
15.6%
16.2%
10.3%
14.5%
12.6%
10.8%
11.9%
12.3%
15.2%
15.5%
13.0%
15.2%
11.6%
13.1%
13.1%
10.4%
1998 2000
API
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
15.9%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
7.3%
0.0%
7.8%
1998 2000
2000
Hispanic Hispanic
0.0%
0.0%
6.0%
8.3%
7.5%
7.0%
7.6%
4.4%
0.0%
0.0%
14.9%
12.8%
13.2%
11.9%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
11.1%
12.1%
11.0%
10.1%
11.5%
11.8%
12.8%
12.1%
9.5%
11.4%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
6.9%
6.5%
13.4%
9.9%
11.7%
12.1%
345
2000
API
5.4%
6.0%
6.1%
7.6%
0.0%
5.0%
0.0%
12.1%
7.4%
6.6%
6.9%
7.6%
1998 2000
AmInd
4.5%
5.5%
0.0%
0.0%
13.0%
7.8%
13.2%
8.4%
6.1%
5.4%
6.3%
8.2%
6.4%
0.0%
0.0%
6.2%
6.1%
6.1%
6.3%
8.3%
2.8%
8.1%
6.6%
6.6%
5.7%
10.6%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
4.7%
6.9%
11.5%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
13.7%
11.5%
0.0%
12.1%
7.6%
8.1%
13.1%
8.9%
8.9%
0.0%
0.0%
9.3%
0.0%
9.6%
7.8%
6.3%
6.1%
7.8%
6.0%
7.4%
10.3%
10.6%
9.6%
0.0%
6.2%
7.6%
5.3%
5.8%
9.3%
6.1%
7.2%
5.2%
6.5%
5.5%
6.5%
7.4%
7.7%
6.5%
7.0%
0.0%
0.0%
12.3%
10.1%
3.9%
0.0%
7.4%
6.8%
8.0%
7.0%
0.0%
0.0%
8.7%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
Quality
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HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
PERCENT LOW BIRTHWEIGHT BIRTHS
FIPS
Code
County Name
1998 –
2000
2000
Total
White
1998 –
2000
2000
White Black
1998 –
2000
2000
Black
AmInd
1998 –
2000
2000
AmInd API
1998 –
1998 –
2000
2000
2000
API
Hispanic Hispanic
12127 Volusia, FL
8.1%
6.7%
7.0%
14.0%
14.0%
0.0%
11.6%
12129 Wakulla, FL
12131 Walton, FL
12133 Washington, FL
8.8%
6.7%
7.0%
8.9%
6.7%
7.3%
7.8%
6.3%
6.6%
16.7%
15.4%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
13 GEORGIA
8.6%
6.6%
6.5%
12.7%
12.7%
7.0%
6.1%
9.8%
5.7%
4.5%
9.4%
5.3%
8.3%
13.2%
13.2%
12.3%
13001 Appling, GA
13003 Atkinson, GA
13005 Bacon, GA
9.3%
9.6%
9.1%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
15.7%
0.0%
11.1%
13.5%
16.8%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
Baker, GA
Baldwin, GA
Banks, GA
Barrow, GA
Bartow, GA
Ben Hill, GA
11.8%
8.6%
6.9%
7.9%
11.7%
4.1%
12.0%
7.5%
7.4%
10.0%
7.1%
9.0%
6.4%
7.5%
7.7%
13019
13021
13023
13025
13027
13029
Berrien, GA
Bibb, GA
Bleckley, GA
Brantley, GA
Brooks, GA
Bryan, GA
7.6%
11.6%
9.6%
6.1%
10.8%
7.2%
7.0%
7.6%
6.7%
5.3%
11.6%
7.2%
6.8%
7.0%
5.9%
6.3%
10.5%
6.8%
15.9%
15.1%
19.2%
13.7%
13.3%
15.0%
16.4%
0.0%
11.0%
9.4%
13031
13033
13035
13037
13039
13043
Bulloch, GA
Burke, GA
Butts, GA
Calhoun, GA
Camden, GA
Candler, GA
8.9%
9.8%
9.1%
13.8%
7.5%
9.4%
8.3%
9.9%
10.5%
6.8%
7.6%
8.2%
6.6%
8.1%
6.8%
6.3%
10.8%
9.6%
6.6%
16.4%
8.2%
26.1%
12.7%
11.2%
12.2%
16.4%
10.1%
14.6%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
13045
13047
13049
13051
13053
13055
Carroll, GA
Catoosa, GA
Charlton, GA
Chatham, GA
Chattahoochee, GA
Chattooga, GA
7.2%
9.1%
6.0%
9.9%
5.7%
10.7%
6.4%
9.1%
7.1%
7.2%
4.0%
9.1%
5.8%
8.7%
15.5%
13.3%
6.6%
3.8%
10.7%
12.2%
9.1%
13.2%
10.1%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
13057
13059
13061
13063
13065
13067
Cherokee, GA
Clarke, GA
Clay, GA
Clayton, GA
Clinch, GA
Cobb, GA
6.3%
8.8%
9.9%
9.2%
9.4%
7.4%
6.2%
6.3%
6.1%
6.6%
7.0%
7.2%
6.0%
7.0%
6.1%
17.5%
13.1%
16.1%
10.6%
19.0%
10.9%
10.7%
13.0%
12.2%
10.8%
15.4%
11.0%
13069
13071
13073
13075
13077
13079
Coffee, GA
Colquitt, GA
Columbia, GA
Cook, GA
Coweta, GA
Crawford, GA
10.1%
9.3%
6.5%
9.3%
8.1%
7.7%
8.5%
7.0%
5.2%
5.4%
5.8%
6.9%
7.4%
7.9%
5.8%
6.7%
6.6%
6.5%
13.9%
14.2%
10.1%
13.0%
16.1%
14.3%
15.7%
13.4%
10.4%
14.3%
14.8%
14.8%
10.3%
12.0%
15.7%
346
7.0%
5.6%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
10.7%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
5.6%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
7.6%
0.0%
0.0%
7.4%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
13007
13009
13011
13013
13015
13017
7.9%
10.6%
0.0%
8.1%
5.8%
5.4%
6.0%
5.2%
0.0%
7.9%
0.0%
8.7%
5.3%
4.9%
0.0%
5.8%
0.0%
0.0%
11.0%
6.7%
8.6%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
10.0%
0.0%
0.0%
Quality
.
Resource
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Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
PERCENT LOW BIRTHWEIGHT BIRTHS
FIPS
Code
County Name
13081 Crisp, GA
1998 2000
Total
2000
White
1998 2000
White
2000
Black
1998 –
2000
2000
Black
AmInd
1998 2000
AmInd
2000
API
1998 2000
API
1998 2000
2000
Hispanic Hispanic
12.0%
7.0%
9.5%
12.2%
14.1%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
9.4%
6.5%
9.2%
9.4%
8.9%
9.3%
6.9%
4.6%
6.1%
9.8%
9.6%
6.5%
6.3%
6.0%
7.3%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
7.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
12.3%
11.5%
13.9%
0.0%
0.0%
11.7%
11.6%
13.9%
Dooly, GA
Dougherty, GA
Douglas, GA
Early, GA
Echols, GA
Effingham, GA
9.0%
10.6%
7.3%
13.3%
9.4%
7.0%
5.6%
6.5%
6.1%
8.2%
11.3%
13.7%
10.2%
20.4%
7.3%
7.6%
6.5%
12.3%
13105
13107
13109
13111
13113
13115
Elbert, GA
Emanuel, GA
Evans, GA
Fannin, GA
Fayette, GA
Floyd, GA
10.9%
10.6%
7.3%
9.1%
6.3%
8.2%
5.7%
7.1%
7.5%
9.0%
19.6%
13.2%
15.9%
9.1%
5.3%
7.6%
8.7%
5.9%
6.9%
13117
13119
13121
13123
13125
13127
Forsyth, GA
Franklin, GA
Fulton, GA
Gilmer, GA
Glascock, GA
Glynn, GA
5.9%
7.8%
9.9%
5.9%
6.2%
6.9%
6.6%
5.8%
5.9%
7.3%
6.4%
6.0%
9.8%
7.6%
7.4%
13129
13131
13133
13135
13137
13139
Gordon, GA
Grady, GA
Greene, GA
Gwinnett, GA
Habersham, GA
Hall, GA
6.8%
11.0%
8.3%
7.0%
7.7%
6.0%
7.4%
10.0%
6.5%
9.2%
6.1%
5.5%
5.1%
6.1%
7.7%
5.6%
13141
13143
13145
13147
13149
13151
Hancock, GA
Haralson, GA
Harris, GA
Hart, GA
Heard, GA
Henry, GA
12.4%
8.8%
8.5%
11.2%
8.8%
7.0%
7.3%
7.1%
7.5%
5.7%
7.1%
8.3%
8.3%
8.1%
7.7%
6.2%
13153
13155
13157
13159
13161
13163
Houston, GA
Irwin, GA
Jackson, GA
Jasper, GA
Jeff Davis, GA
Jefferson, GA
7.8%
8.3%
8.7%
10.0%
9.4%
11.2%
5.3%
6.1%
8.0%
6.4%
9.6%
8.1%
7.4%
7.3%
13083
13085
13087
13089
13091
Dade, GA
Dawson, GA
Decatur, GA
DeKalb, GA
Dodge, GA
13093
13095
13097
13099
13101
13103
13165 Jenkins, GA
13167 Johnson, GA
9.9%
10.3%
7.4%
9.2%
8.5%
8.6%
15.0%
7.0%
0.0%
5.6%
0.0%
12.0%
12.7%
11.9%
16.8%
0.0%
11.1%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
17.4%
12.7%
13.1%
0.0%
9.4%
14.5%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
8.9%
6.4%
0.0%
0.0%
12.9%
5.1%
6.8%
5.2%
6.9%
0.0%
6.4%
0.0%
0.0%
12.5%
15.5%
10.9%
10.5%
15.1%
11.4%
10.8%
13.1%
12.7%
14.3%
12.3%
26.2%
9.4%
19.7%
11.2%
11.3%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
10.1%
25.0%
14.3%
16.0%
14.7%
15.4%
11.7%
15.9%
20.0%
14.6%
19.0%
14.1%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
7.5%
11.5%
10.3%
12.7%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
4.3%
7.0%
0.0%
0.0%
7.6%
0.0%
347
6.0%
0.0%
6.1%
13.2%
0.0%
0.0%
14.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
6.4%
8.0%
4.5%
0.0%
5.9%
8.5%
4.2%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
Quality
.
Resource
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Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
PERCENT LOW BIRTHWEIGHT BIRTHS
FIPS
Code
County Name
13169 Jones, GA
1998 –
2000
2000
Total
White
1998 –
2000
2000
White Black
1998 –
2000
2000
Black
AmInd
1998 –
2000
2000
AmInd API
1998 –
1998 –
2000
2000
2000
API
Hispanic Hispanic
8.7%
9.3%
6.8%
8.9%
14.9%
0.0%
0.0%
13171
13173
13175
13177
13179
Lamar, GA
Lanier, GA
Laurens, GA
Lee, GA
Liberty, GA
10.5%
10.6%
10.0%
7.1%
8.7%
6.3%
7.6%
6.5%
6.2%
5.8%
9.5%
12.7%
27.8%
15.4%
11.9%
11.4%
12.9%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
13181
13183
13185
13187
13189
13191
Lincoln, GA
Long, GA
Lowndes, GA
Lumpkin, GA
McDuffie, GA
McIntosh, GA
10.7%
6.5%
9.9%
5.8%
9.8%
11.8%
13.8%
5.7%
5.5%
6.4%
3.7%
12.8%
6.0%
6.4%
5.6%
5.5%
10.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
13193
13195
13197
13199
13201
13205
Macon, GA
Madison, GA
Marion, GA
Meriwether, GA
Miller, GA
Mitchell, GA
12.5%
7.2%
10.5%
12.6%
10.1%
9.5%
6.7%
7.6%
10.9%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
13207
13209
13211
13213
13215
13217
Monroe, GA
Montgomery, GA
Morgan, GA
Murray, GA
Muscogee, GA
Newton, GA
9.6%
8.8%
8.2%
7.0%
10.3%
7.2%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
13219
13221
13223
13225
13227
13229
Oconee, GA
Oglethorpe, GA
Paulding, GA
Peach, GA
Pickens, GA
Pierce, GA
13231
13233
13235
13237
13239
13241
13243
13245
13247
13249
13251
13253
6.6%
6.4%
6.9%
14.4%
10.3%
11.4%
17.5%
13.2%
14.7%
12.7%
15.0%
0.0%
14.5%
14.3%
13.9%
15.6%
9.5%
14.7%
16.4%
17.9%
16.0%
4.3%
8.1%
15.4%
13.2%
6.4%
13.1%
3.2%
7.1%
7.0%
6.0%
7.9%
7.0%
6.6%
7.1%
7.0%
5.3%
11.7%
23.3%
10.1%
13.6%
7.0%
9.3%
5.8%
9.3%
6.1%
4.1%
8.5%
6.6%
5.5%
4.1%
6.8%
3.3%
6.8%
7.4%
5.7%
4.6%
6.2%
3.8%
Pike, GA
Polk, GA
Pulaski, GA
Putnam, GA
Quitman, GA
Rabun, GA
8.7%
8.9%
12.2%
8.8%
15.8%
6.8%
8.7%
8.2%
7.5%
8.1%
8.4%
9.7%
5.2%
7.1%
6.9%
Randolph, GA
Richmond, GA
Rockdale, GA
Schley, GA
Screven, GA
Seminole, GA
13.2%
9.8%
6.8%
6.3%
5.9%
11.7%
10.9%
13255 Spalding, GA
13257 Stephens, GA
11.1%
9.7%
14.5%
14.0%
5.6%
12.9%
11.3%
0.0%
13.6%
12.9%
7.3%
15.0%
8.2%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
6.2%
5.9%
14.8%
12.7%
10.3%
5.7%
6.8%
8.8%
9.1%
13.8%
8.1%
14.0%
11.6%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
7.5%
7.5%
7.7%
8.5%
19.7%
24.4%
16.5%
20.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
4.4%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
15.7%
13.2%
9.6%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
10.0%
6.6%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
11.7%
15.8%
13.2%
348
7.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
16.0%
24.1%
15.2%
22.2%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
5.3%
0.0%
6.9%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
6.2%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
Quality
.
Resource
.
Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
PERCENT LOW BIRTHWEIGHT BIRTHS
FIPS
Code
County Name
13259 Stewart, GA
1998 2000
Total
2000
White
Sumter, GA
Talbot, GA
Taliaferro, GA
Tattnall, GA
Taylor, GA
11.8%
14.3%
8.8%
7.3%
8.8%
6.2%
13271
13273
13275
13277
13279
13281
Telfair, GA
Terrell, GA
Thomas, GA
Tift, GA
Toombs, GA
Towns, GA
9.3%
12.3%
8.3%
11.0%
8.5%
10.7%
9.3%
6.7%
7.7%
6.7%
13283
13285
13287
13289
13291
13293
Treutlen, GA
Troup, GA
Turner, GA
Twiggs, GA
Union, GA
Upson, GA
9.2%
10.1%
10.6%
8.2%
7.6%
9.2%
13295
13297
13299
13301
13303
13305
Walker, GA
Walton, GA
Ware, GA
Warren, GA
Washington, GA
Wayne, GA
8.6%
8.8%
8.2%
10.8%
11.9%
8.6%
13307
13309
13311
13313
13315
13317
Webster, GA
Wheeler, GA
White, GA
Whitfield, GA
Wilcox, GA
Wilkes, GA
21 KENTUCKY
21001 Adair, KY
2000
Black
1998 –
2000
2000
Black
AmInd
9.8%
13261
13263
13265
13267
13269
13319 Wilkinson, GA
13321 Worth, GA
1998 2000
White
8.1%
0.0%
9.8%
11.3%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
13.0%
14.1%
11.1%
17.9%
12.5%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
9.9%
14.1%
17.1%
9.1%
0.0%
12.5%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
26.5%
13.5%
11.7%
17.2%
15.7%
8.1%
20.6%
14.4%
11.0%
12.1%
16.2%
11.4%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
18.4%
20.9%
9.9%
0.0%
17.0%
16.0%
10.9%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
7.4%
7.3%
11.8%
19.1%
13.9%
13.3%
13.6%
13.7%
14.7%
15.5%
6.2%
10.3%
14.1%
7.4%
14.3%
16.2%
10.7%
19.4%
18.1%
5.9%
7.1%
6.6%
7.8%
8.7%
7.5%
5.9%
8.1%
7.7%
7.0%
8.0%
7.1%
6.3%
7.9%
19.2%
14.8%
16.7%
15.9%
0.0%
9.6%
10.3%
10.0%
6.8%
1998 2000
API
0.0%
13.6%
20.0%
7.6%
8.1%
4.2%
5.2%
2000
API
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
7.6%
13.8%
8.3%
8.4%
5.4%
6.0%
8.4%
9.4%
1998 2000
AmInd
5.2%
5.7%
0.0%
0.0%
6.7%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
5.8%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
5.7%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
8.2%
7.7%
7.6%
9.4%
8.5%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
Allen, KY
Anderson, KY
Ballard, KY
Barren, KY
9.2%
6.7%
11.5%
6.6%
10.4%
5.6%
5.6%
6.8%
9.2%
6.5%
11.1%
6.3%
0.0%
21011
21013
21015
21017
21019
21021
Bath, KY
Bell, KY
Boone, KY
Bourbon, KY
Boyd, KY
Boyle, KY
8.9%
8.8%
6.3%
8.8%
7.0%
9.2%
8.7%
8.4%
5.9%
9.0%
7.6%
7.7%
9.0%
8.9%
6.3%
8.7%
6.9%
8.5%
0.0%
0.0%
19.4%
349
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
8.2%
0.0%
5.1%
8.3%
21003
21005
21007
21009
9.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
9.3%
1998 2000
2000
Hispanic Hispanic
7.1%
0.0%
7.3%
6.9%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
Quality
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Resource
.
Systems, Inc.
HEALTH STATUS OF WOMEN IN REGION IV
PERCENT LOW BIRTHWEIGHT BIRTHS
FIPS
Code
County Name
21023 Bracken, KY
1998 2000
Total
2000
White
199
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