Total Enteric Diseases


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Total Enteric Diseases, 3-Year Rolling Rates
AlachuaFlorida
YearCountDenomRateMOV
(+/-)
CountDenomRateMOV
(+/-)
1993-95 742 582,470 127.4* 9.2 29,496 42,329,170 69.7 0.8
1994-96 702 593,000 118.4* 8.8 30,024 43,227,362 69.5 0.8
1995-97 533 604,234 88.2* 7.5 28,272 44,118,504 64.1 0.7
1996-98 444 614,887 72.2* 6.7 27,870 45,022,958 61.9 0.7
1997-99 391 626,916 62.4 6.2 26,433 46,001,271 57.5 0.7
1998-00 399 640,741 62.3* 6.1 25,603 47,064,470 54.4 0.7
1999-01 325 654,228 49.7 5.4 23,639 48,139,362 49.1 0.6
2000-02 301 665,438 45.2* 5.1 26,033 49,177,789 52.9 0.6
2001-03 368 673,175 54.7 5.6 28,397 50,177,261 56.6 0.7
2002-04 415 681,378 60.9 5.9 29,051 51,268,890 56.7 0.7
2003-05 470 690,681 68.0* 6.2 28,238 52,427,520 53.9 0.6
2004-06 471 702,409 67.1* 6.1 27,623 53,590,748 51.5 0.6
2005-07 497 714,778 69.5* 6.1 30,304 54,615,217 55.5 0.6
2006-08 476 725,583 65.6* 5.9 29,791 55,375,391 53.8 0.6
2007-09 469 733,368 64.0* 5.8 31,220 55,849,639 55.9 0.6
2008-10 470 738,822 63.6* 5.7 32,222 56,168,961 57.4 0.6
2009-11 477 741,561 64.3 5.8 35,312 56,466,299 62.5 0.7
2010-12 467 743,142 62.8 5.7 36,169 56,796,913 63.7 0.7
2011-13 444 743,462 59.7 5.6 35,582 57,295,492 62.1 0.6
2012-14 441 746,756 59.1 5.5 36,964 57,909,348 63.8 0.7
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Total Enteric Diseases, 2012-14
CountySortCountSortDenomRateSortMOV
(+/-)
Florida 36,964 57,909,347 63.8 0.7
Alachua 441 746,756 59.1 5.5
Baker 82 81,651 100.4* 21.7
Bay 401 512,333 78.3* 7.7
Bradford 52 82,818 62.8 17.1
Brevard 1,271 1,650,953 77.0* 4.2
Broward 3,138 5,336,892 58.8* 2.1
Calhoun 17 44,177 38.5* 18.3
Charlotte 270 491,768 54.9* 6.5
Citrus 411 425,522 96.6* 9.3
Clay 465 585,409 79.4* 7.2
Collier 631 1,004,232 62.8 4.9
Columbia 154 204,358 75.4 11.9
Miami-Dade 4,777 7,733,307 61.8* 1.8
DeSoto 50 103,455 48.3* 13.4
Dixie 49 49,464 99.1* 27.7
Duval 2,308 2,627,933 87.8* 3.6
Escambia 669 902,454 74.1* 5.6
Flagler 121 300,237 40.3* 7.2
Franklin 21 34,883 60.2 25.7
Gadsden 61 144,407 42.2* 10.6
Gilchrist 54 51,152 105.6* 28.1
Glades 16 38,289 41.8* 20.5
Gulf 35 47,922 73.0 24.2
Hamilton 24 44,230 54.3 21.7
Hardee 60 83,107 72.2 18.3
Hendry 104 114,290 91.0* 17.5
Hernando 306 527,401 58.0 6.5
Highlands 132 298,700 44.2* 7.5
Hillsborough 2,226 3,832,600 58.1* 2.4
Holmes 28 60,067 46.6 17.3
Indian River 403 422,899 95.3* 9.3
Jackson 74 150,229 49.3* 11.2
Jefferson 21 43,718 48.0 20.5
Lafayette 18 25,998 69.2 32.0
Lake 824 918,311 89.7* 6.1
Lee 1,507 1,950,826 77.2* 3.9
Leon 541 838,187 64.5 5.4
Levy 101 122,225 82.6* 16.1
Liberty 29 25,978 111.6* 40.6
Madison 36 58,066 62.0 20.2
Manatee 602 1,005,418 59.9 4.8
Marion 647 1,014,150 63.8 4.9
Martin 261 445,979 58.5 7.1
Monroe 150 218,684 68.6 11.0
Nassau 177 225,539 78.5* 11.6
Okaloosa 584 562,799 103.8* 8.4
Okeechobee 72 119,816 60.1 13.9
Orange 1,886 3,606,176 52.3* 2.4
Osceola 399 871,292 45.8* 4.5
Palm Beach 2,413 4,045,548 59.6* 2.4
Pasco 867 1,432,542 60.5 4.0
Pinellas 1,322 2,767,246 47.8* 2.6
Polk 1,590 1,852,060 85.9* 4.2
Putnam 179 219,214 81.7* 12.0
St. Johns 489 608,781 80.3* 7.1
St. Lucie 600 857,343 70.0* 5.6
Santa Rosa 397 475,875 83.4* 8.2
Sarasota 518 1,161,155 44.6* 3.8
Seminole 544 1,295,479 42.0* 3.5
Sumter 138 315,675 43.7* 7.3
Suwannee 109 133,057 81.9* 15.4
Taylor 48 68,818 69.7 19.7
Union 47 46,862 100.3* 28.7
Volusia 768 1,500,354 51.2* 3.6
Wakulla 61 93,495 65.2 16.4
Walton 128 174,092 73.5 12.7
Washington 40 74,667 53.6 16.6
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Data Source: Florida Department of Health, Bureau of Epidemiology

Data Note(s):
  • 2009-2012 Includes: CAMPYLOBACTERIOSIS, CRYPTOSPORIDIOSIS, CYCLOSPORIASIS, ESCHERICHIA COLI, SHIGA TOXIN PRODUCING, GIARDIASIS, HEPATITIS A, SALMONELLOSIS, SHIGELLOSIS, and TYPHOID FEVER. Pre-2009 Includes : CAMPYLOBACTERIOSIS, CRYPTOSPORIDIOSIS, CYCLOSPORIASIS, E. COLI SHIGA TOXIN + (SEROGROUP NON-O157), ENTEROHEMORRHAGIC E. COLI (EHEC) O157:H7, ESCHERICHIA COLI, SHIGA TOXIN PRODUCING, GIARDIASISm HEPATITIS A, SALMONELLOSIS, SHIGELLOSIS, and TYPHOID FEVER.
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