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CHARTS Community Spotlight FDOH-Escambia and University of West Florida Attack High Infant Mortality Rates

The Attack Infant Mortality (AIM) initiative was designed by the University of West Florida (UWF) in collaboration with FDOH-Escambia to address persistently high infant mortality rates among minorities in Escambia County. The overall infant mortality rate in Escambia County is above the state average. According to data from the Florida Department of Health CHARTS, between 2011 and 2013, the infant mortality rate for blacks and other non-whites was more than double the number for white births.
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  • Compared to their counterparts, vaccination continues to be more common for non-Hispanic whites (36.6%) and females (31.8%).
  • In 2013, there were 2,644 deaths from influenza and pneumonia.
  • Influenza was the cause of death for 78 males and 78 females in 2013.
  • At 92.6%, immunization levels for kindergarteners continues to stay below the 2007 rate of 94.1%.
  • In 2013, 86.7% of Florida’s two year old children were fully immunized.
  • In 2011-2013, there were 1,738 preventable hospitalizations under 65 from vaccine preventable conditions.

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