Total Gonorrhea, Chlamydia & Infectious Syphilis


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Total Gonorrhea, Chlamydia & Infectious Syphilis, 3-Year Rolling Rates
AlachuaFlorida
YearCountDenomRateMOV
(+/-)
CountDenomRateMOV
(+/-)
1994-96 2,870 593,000 484.0* 17.7 136,206 43,227,362 315.1 1.7
1995-97 2,366 604,234 391.6* 15.7 134,107 44,118,504 304.0 1.6
1996-98 2,543 614,887 413.6* 16.0 134,843 45,022,958 299.5 1.6
1997-99 3,060 626,916 488.1* 17.3 145,042 46,001,271 315.3 1.6
1998-00 4,109 640,741 641.3* 19.5 155,455 47,064,470 330.3 1.6
1999-01 4,720 654,228 721.5* 20.5 170,774 48,139,362 354.7 1.7
2000-02 4,861 665,438 730.5* 20.5 180,247 49,177,789 366.5 1.7
2001-03 4,820 673,175 716.0* 20.1 185,677 50,177,261 370.0 1.7
2002-04 4,911 681,378 720.7* 20.1 187,899 51,268,890 366.5 1.7
2003-05 5,265 690,681 762.3* 20.5 188,197 52,427,520 359.0 1.6
2004-06 5,630 702,409 801.5* 20.9 199,791 53,590,748 372.8 1.6
2005-07 6,303 714,778 881.8* 21.7 219,940 54,615,217 402.7 1.7
2006-08 6,763 725,583 932.1* 22.1 250,630 55,375,391 452.6 1.8
2007-09 6,879 733,368 938.0* 22.1 271,859 55,849,639 486.8 1.8
2008-10 6,732 738,822 911.2* 21.7 285,909 56,168,961 509.0 1.9
2009-11 6,706 741,561 904.3* 21.5 287,821 56,466,299 509.7 1.9
2010-12 7,040 743,142 947.3* 22.0 291,761 56,796,913 513.7 1.9
2011-13 7,348 743,462 988.3* 22.5 299,266 57,295,492 522.3 1.9
2012-14 7,412 746,756 992.6* 22.5 307,804 57,909,348 531.5 1.9
2013-15 7,654 752,438 1,017.2* 22.7 325,956 58,727,695 555.0 1.9
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Total Gonorrhea, Chlamydia & Infectious Syphilis, 2013-15
CountySortCountSortDenomRateSortMOV
(+/-)
Florida 325,956 58,727,694 555.0 1.9
Alachua 7,654 752,437 1,017.2* 22.7
Baker 416 82,079 506.8 48.6
Bay 2,723 515,287 528.4* 19.8
Bradford 485 81,891 592.3 52.6
Brevard 6,624 1,662,304 398.5* 9.6
Broward 35,460 5,404,110 656.2* 6.8
Calhoun 205 43,994 466.0* 63.6
Charlotte 1,034 497,164 208.0* 12.7
Citrus 1,188 427,009 278.2* 15.8
Clay 2,589 595,435 434.8* 16.7
Collier 2,773 1,022,188 271.3* 10.1
Columbia 1,124 205,032 548.2 32.0
Miami-Dade 41,587 7,849,625 529.8* 5.1
DeSoto 426 103,234 412.7* 39.1
Dixie 195 49,662 392.7* 55.0
Duval 24,755 2,663,282 929.5* 11.5
Escambia 7,352 908,426 809.3* 18.4
Flagler 1,010 304,722 331.4* 20.4
Franklin 142 35,129 404.2* 66.4
Gadsden 1,355 143,379 945.0* 50.1
Gilchrist 190 50,991 372.6* 52.9
Glades 123 38,477 319.7* 56.4
Gulf 157 48,664 322.6* 50.4
Hamilton 366 44,161 828.8* 84.6
Hardee 362 83,224 435.0* 44.7
Hendry 693 113,823 608.8* 45.2
Hernando 1,519 530,843 286.1* 14.4
Highlands 944 300,777 313.9* 20.0
Hillsborough 28,736 3,916,355 733.7* 8.5
Holmes 208 60,227 345.4* 46.9
Indian River 1,565 426,760 366.7* 18.1
Jackson 893 150,416 593.7 38.8
Jefferson 234 43,768 534.6 68.3
Lafayette 53 26,102 203.0* 54.6
Lake 3,620 935,735 386.9* 12.6
Lee 8,396 1,990,236 421.9* 9.0
Leon 10,482 845,769 1,239.3* 23.6
Levy 657 122,157 537.8 41.0
Liberty 90 26,166 344.0* 70.9
Madison 305 58,019 525.7 58.8
Manatee 5,704 1,023,124 557.5 14.4
Marion 5,086 1,022,457 497.4* 13.6
Martin 1,080 448,808 240.6* 14.3
Monroe 649 220,511 294.3* 22.6
Nassau 679 228,278 297.4* 22.3
Okaloosa 3,264 573,012 569.6 19.5
Okeechobee 526 120,035 438.2* 37.4
Orange 28,541 3,699,321 771.5* 8.9
Osceola 4,318 898,910 480.4* 14.3
Palm Beach 18,386 4,094,092 449.1* 6.5
Pasco 4,290 1,453,564 295.1* 8.8
Pinellas 16,608 2,792,017 594.8* 9.0
Polk 10,992 1,878,937 585.0* 10.9
Putnam 1,164 218,018 533.9 30.6
St. Johns 1,954 628,088 311.1* 13.8
St. Lucie 3,750 860,755 435.7* 13.9
Santa Rosa 1,526 481,845 316.7* 15.9
Sarasota 3,764 1,168,985 322.0* 10.3
Seminole 5,640 1,312,720 429.6* 11.2
Sumter 747 333,778 223.8* 16.0
Suwannee 577 133,469 432.3* 35.2
Taylor 314 69,311 453.0* 50.0
Union 277 47,326 585.3 68.7
Volusia 6,154 1,512,265 406.9* 10.1
Wakulla 363 93,947 386.4* 39.7
Walton 621 179,544 345.9* 27.2
Washington 292 75,452 387.0* 44.3
12/9/2016 10:23 AM
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Data Source: Florida Department of Health, Bureau of STD Prevention & Control

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