Total Enteric Diseases


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Total Enteric Diseases, 3-Year Rolling Rates
AlachuaFlorida
YearCountRateCountRate
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 27,623 51.5
2005-07 497 69.5 30,304 55.5
2006-08 476 65.6 29,791 53.8
2007-09 469 64.0 31,220 55.9
2008-10 470 63.6 32,222 57.4
2009-11 477 64.3 35,312 62.5
2010-12 467 62.8 36,169 63.7
2011-13 444 59.7 35,582 62.1
2012-14 441 59.1 36,964 63.8
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Total Enteric Diseases, 2012-14
CountySortCountSortRateSort
Florida 36,964 63.8
Alachua 441 59.1
Baker 82 100.4
Bay 401 78.3
Bradford 52 62.8
Brevard 1,271 77.0
Broward 3,138 58.8
Calhoun 17 38.5
Charlotte 270 54.9
Citrus 411 96.6
Clay 465 79.4
Collier 631 62.8
Columbia 154 75.4
Miami-Dade 4,777 61.8
DeSoto 50 48.3
Dixie 49 99.1
Duval 2,308 87.8
Escambia 669 74.1
Flagler 121 40.3
Franklin 21 60.2
Gadsden 61 42.2
Gilchrist 54 105.6
Glades 16 41.8
Gulf 35 73.0
Hamilton 24 54.3
Hardee 60 72.2
Hendry 104 91.0
Hernando 306 58.0
Highlands 132 44.2
Hillsborough 2,226 58.1
Holmes 28 46.6
Indian River 403 95.3
Jackson 74 49.3
Jefferson 21 48.0
Lafayette 18 69.2
Lake 824 89.7
Lee 1,507 77.2
Leon 541 64.5
Levy 101 82.6
Liberty 29 111.6
Madison 36 62.0
Manatee 602 59.9
Marion 647 63.8
Martin 261 58.5
Monroe 150 68.6
Nassau 177 78.5
Okaloosa 584 103.8
Okeechobee 72 60.1
Orange 1,886 52.3
Osceola 399 45.8
Palm Beach 2,413 59.6
Pasco 867 60.5
Pinellas 1,322 47.8
Polk 1,590 85.9
Putnam 179 81.7
St. Johns 489 80.3
St. Lucie 600 70.0
Santa Rosa 397 83.4
Sarasota 518 44.6
Seminole 544 42.0
Sumter 138 43.7
Suwannee 109 81.9
Taylor 48 69.7
Union 47 100.3
Volusia 768 51.2
Wakulla 61 65.2
Walton 128 73.5
Washington 40 53.6

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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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