Total Enteric Diseases


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Total Enteric Diseases, 3-Year Rolling Rates
AlachuaFlorida
YearCountRateCountRate
1991-93 1,092 194.0 27,153 66.8
1992-94 851 148.7 28,326 68.3
1993-95 742 127.4 29,496 69.7
1994-96 702 118.4 30,024 69.5
1995-97 533 88.2 28,272 64.1
1996-98 444 72.2 27,870 61.9
1997-99 391 62.4 26,433 57.5
1998-00 399 62.3 25,603 54.4
1999-01 325 49.7 23,639 49.1
2000-02 301 45.2 26,033 52.9
2001-03 368 54.7 28,397 56.6
2002-04 415 60.9 29,051 56.7
2003-05 470 68.0 28,238 53.9
2004-06 471 67.1 27,622 51.5
2005-07 497 69.5 30,303 55.5
2006-08 476 65.6 29,790 53.8
2007-09 469 64.0 31,220 55.9
2008-10 470 63.6 32,232 57.4
2009-11 477 64.3 35,348 62.6
2010-12 469 63.1 36,304 63.9
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Total Enteric Diseases, 2010-12
CountySortCountSortRateSort
Florida 36,304 63.9
Alachua 469 63.1
Baker 62 76.5
Bay 454 89.3
Bradford 48 55.9
Brevard 1,455 88.9
Broward 2,731 52.0
Calhoun 30 68.0
Charlotte 285 59.2
Citrus 334 78.8
Clay 491 85.4
Collier 730 75.0
Columbia 159 78.3
Miami-Dade 4,652 61.6
DeSoto 46 44.2
Dixie 20 40.5
Duval 2,200 84.8
Escambia 667 74.3
Flagler 71 24.4
Franklin 28 80.8
Gadsden 66 45.7
Gilchrist 73 143.2
Glades 29 75.4
Gulf 29 61.2
Hamilton 21 47.4
Hardee 61 73.7
Hendry 106 89.6
Hernando 286 54.9
Highlands 112 37.8
Hillsborough 2,228 59.8
Holmes 30 50.3
Indian River 394 94.5
Jackson 67 44.7
Jefferson 29 66.0
Lafayette 17 64.9
Lake 783 87.2
Lee 1,593 84.6
Leon 525 63.3
Levy 91 74.3
Liberty 3 11.9
Madison 16 27.6
Manatee 626 63.9
Marion 590 59.1
Martin 292 66.3
Monroe 94 43.2
Nassau 183 82.5
Okaloosa 550 100.9
Okeechobee 63 52.6
Orange 1,907 54.8
Osceola 418 50.6
Palm Beach 2,152 54.1
Pasco 830 59.1
Pinellas 1,235 44.9
Polk 1,707 93.8
Putnam 243 109.4
St. Johns 455 78.2
St. Lucie 599 71.1
Santa Rosa 387 83.0
Sarasota 490 42.8
Seminole 535 42.0
Sumter 174 59.6
Suwannee 75 57.7
Taylor 51 75.5
Union 46 99.0
Volusia 871 58.6
Wakulla 65 70.0
Walton 135 80.9
Washington 38 51.4

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Important Update for Population Estimate:

The population data for 2001-2010, along with rates affected by the population data, has been updated on Florida CHARTS. Following a census, it is customary to revise population projections for the intercensal years based on information from the latest census. Revising the population data from what was predicted to actual estimates ensures accurate accounting of the racial, ethnic, and gender distribution of the population. These changes affect the population data and rates calculated for your community.


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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