Child Health Status Profile

     
Child Health Status Profile, Alachua County, Florida
IndicatorMeasureYear(s)County Quartile
(Most to Least Favorable)
1234
County NumberCounty RateState Comparison
Socio-Demographics
Count2022
290,623
22,329,178
Count2022
76,202
5,146,399
Percent2022
47,497
62.3%69.2%
Percent2022
19,418
25.5%22.1%
Percent2022
9,288
12.2%8.7%
Percent2022
9,511
12.5%31.7%
Percent2022
66,691
87.5%68.3%
Dollar2018-223
$57,566$67,917
Percent2018-224
53,070
20.2%12.9%
Percent2018-222
12.8%14.4%
Percent2018-222
7,111
5.1%5%
Percent2018-221
6.4%10.7%
Health Status and Access to Care
Per 100,000 population20224
86
611.0479.6
Percent2018-221
92.1%87.7%
Percent2018-221
4.7%7.5%
Percent2020-221
4,348
2%2.9%
Percent2020-222
577
38.8%47.5%
Count20221
3
363
Percent2019
88.8%80.3%
Per 100,000 population20221
126
43.418.8
Per 100,000 population20221
289
99.459.0
Per 100,000 population2022
218
75.021.4
Per 100,000 population20221
722
248.4130.4
Per 100,000 population20221
205
70.523.0
Students per nurse20224
738.72,109.1
Per 100,000 population20222
56,141
19,317.524,510.4
Percent2020-221
5,635
79.2%73.8%
Per 1,000 live births2020-224
69
8.85.9
Per 100,000 population2020-222
46
30.329.8
Percent2020-223
6,883
93.4%92.8%
Per 100,000 population20221
14,976
27,993.634,946.1
Per 100,000 population20224
128
608.8266.7
Per 100,000 population20224
172
691.8397.8
Per 100,000 population20223
11
52.339.6
Per 100,000 population20221
15
60.3106.9
Per 100,000 population2020-22
3
3.67.2
Social and Physical Environment
Percent2018-223
29.8%27.9%
Per 100,000 population20222
315
601.7551.5
Percent20212
13.5%14.3%
Index2016-201
0.40.5
Percent2016-202
12.6%8.4%
Per 100,000 population20223
585
201.3150.6
Percent20224
14.1%10.1%
Percent20222
9.5%10.1%
Per 100,000 population2020-22
1
1.70.7
Per 100,000 population2020-22
7
10.07.0
Per 100,000 population2020-22
8
11.118.7
Per 100,000 population2020-22
5
7.16.0
Per 100,000 population2020-22
7
9.714.1
Per 100,000 population2020-222
266
443.5534.3
Per 100,000 population2020-222
28
46.744.3
Childhood Risks and Behaviors
Percent20221
18.9%20.9%
Percent20222
22%19%
Percent20222
25.1%21.5%
Percent20224
6.1%4.6%
Percent20222
3.2%4.3%
Percent20222
31.1%31.7%
Percent20222
1.3%1.7%
Percent20224
2.5%0.8%
Per 1,000 females ages 13-202020-22
510
9.014.4
Per 1,000 ages 13-202020-224
3,641
33.522.3
Percent20222
91
0.3%0.4%
Per 1,000 K-12 Students20211
765
27.234.7
Per 1,000 K-12 Students20224
1,700
59.639.1
Per 100,000 population20213
326
1,540.3968.6
Per 100,000 population2019-214
2,256
3,619.32,248.4
Per 100,000 population2020-222
75
115.0144.2
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Data Note(s)


FLHealthCharts.gov is provided by the Florida Department of Health, Division of Public Health Statistics and Performance Management.


  • * Weighted population estimates and percentages from the National Survey of Children's Health

  • ** This estimate has a 95% confidence interval that exceeds 20 percentage points (1.2 times the estimate) and may not be reliable.

  • *** Some infants screened may have more than one specimen. Presumptive positive screening results are referred to CMS Referral Centers for confirmatory testing and diagnostic evaluation. Borderlines are followed by CMS Newborn Screening Follow-Up Program.

  • Data are suppressed when a county has between 1 and 4 reported hospitalizations.

  • American Communities Survey, 5 year estimates

  • Agency for Health Care Administration

  • Florida Department of Education

  • Florida Department of Health

  • Florida Department of Juvenile Justice

  • Florida Youth Survey

  • National Survey of Children's Health and Florida Department of Health, Division of Children's Medical Services, Bureau of Early Steps & Newborn Screening