Total Gonorrhea, Chlamydia & Infectious Syphilis


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Total Gonorrhea, Chlamydia & Infectious Syphilis, 3-Year Rolling Rates
AlachuaFlorida
YearCountRateCountRate
1993-95 2,761 474.00 139,876 330.40
1994-96 2,870 484.00 136,206 315.10
1995-97 2,366 391.60 134,107 304.00
1996-98 2,543 413.60 134,843 299.50
1997-99 3,060 488.10 145,042 315.30
1998-00 4,109 641.30 155,455 330.30
1999-01 4,720 721.50 170,774 354.70
2000-02 4,861 730.50 180,247 366.50
2001-03 4,820 716.00 185,677 370.00
2002-04 4,911 720.70 187,899 366.50
2003-05 5,265 762.30 188,197 359.00
2004-06 5,630 801.50 199,791 372.80
2005-07 6,303 881.80 219,940 402.70
2006-08 6,763 932.10 250,630 452.60
2007-09 6,879 938.00 271,859 486.80
2008-10 6,732 911.20 285,909 509.00
2009-11 6,706 904.30 287,821 509.70
2010-12 7,040 947.30 291,761 513.70
2011-13 7,348 988.30 299,266 522.30
2012-14 7,412 992.60 307,804 531.50
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Total Gonorrhea, Chlamydia & Infectious Syphilis, 2012-14
CountySortCountSortRateSort
Florida 307,804 531.53
Alachua 7,412 992.56
Baker 433 530.31
Bay 2,363 461.22
Bradford 501 604.94
Brevard 6,705 406.13
Broward 32,450 608.03
Calhoun 211 477.62
Charlotte 997 202.74
Citrus 1,251 293.99
Clay 2,591 442.60
Collier 2,673 266.17
Columbia 1,226 599.92
Miami-Dade 39,041 504.84
DeSoto 418 404.04
Dixie 210 424.56
Duval 22,969 874.03
Escambia 7,217 799.71
Flagler 1,015 338.07
Franklin 161 461.54
Gadsden 1,358 940.40
Gilchrist 209 408.59
Glades 129 336.91
Gulf 158 329.70
Hamilton 366 827.49
Hardee 333 400.69
Hendry 677 592.35
Hernando 1,364 258.63
Highlands 927 310.34
Hillsborough 28,286 738.04
Holmes 189 314.65
Indian River 1,656 391.58
Jackson 930 619.05
Jefferson 230 526.10
Lafayette 51 196.18
Lake 3,424 372.86
Lee 8,052 412.75
Leon 9,726 1160.36
Levy 695 568.62
Liberty 91 350.31
Madison 334 575.21
Manatee 5,480 545.05
Marion 5,181 510.87
Martin 967 216.83
Monroe 551 251.96
Nassau 667 295.73
Okaloosa 3,149 559.52
Okeechobee 481 401.45
Orange 26,275 728.61
Osceola 4,080 468.27
Palm Beach 16,383 404.96
Pasco 3,886 271.27
Pinellas 15,750 569.16
Polk 9,906 534.86
Putnam 1,078 491.75
St. Johns 1,705 280.07
St. Lucie 3,624 422.70
Santa Rosa 1,483 311.64
Sarasota 3,742 322.27
Seminole 5,382 415.45
Sumter 763 241.70
Suwannee 562 422.37
Taylor 325 472.26
Union 294 627.37
Volusia 5,939 395.84
Wakulla 327 349.75
Walton 515 295.82
Washington 280 375.00
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Data Source: Florida Department of Health, Bureau of STD Prevention & Control

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