County Health Status Summary Profile

     
County Health Status Summary Profile, Alachua County, Florida - 2021
IndicatorYear(s)MeasureQuartile
(Most to Least Favorable)
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CountyStateCounty TrendB
(Statistically Significant)
U.S. Healthy People 2030 GoalC
Socio-DemographicsSocio-Demographics
Total PopulationTotal Population12021 Count275,43522,005,587
     WhiteWhite12021 Count192,56516,956,037
     BlackBlack12021 Count56,7673,744,736
     OtherOther12021 Count26,1031,304,814
     HispanicHispanic12021 Count29,5425,881,467
     Non-HispanicNon-Hispanic12021 Count245,89316,124,120
Population (Aged 0-17 Years)Population (Aged 0-17 Years)12021 Count49,2734,314,627
Population (Aged 18-64 Years) Population (Aged 18-64 Years) 12021 Count184,42413,004,777
Population (Aged 65 Years and Older)Population (Aged 65 Years and Older)12021 Count41,7384,686,183
Median Household IncomeMedian Household Income22017-21Dollars3$53,314$61,777
Individuals Below Poverty LevelIndividuals Below Poverty Level22017-21Percent420.1%13.1%8.0%
Unemployed Civilian Labor ForceUnemployed Civilian Labor Force22017-21Percent24.8%5.3%
Population That Speak English Less Than Very Well (Aged 5 Years and Older)Population That Speak English Less Than Very Well (Aged 5 Years and Older)22017-21Percent33.6%11.8%
Individuals With No High School Diploma (Aged 25 Years and Older)Individuals With No High School Diploma (Aged 25 Years and Older)22017-21Percent16.8%11%
Physical ActivityPhysical Activity
Adults Who Are SedentaryAdults Who Are Sedentary2019Percent121.8%26.5%
Adults Who Are Inactive or Insufficiently ActiveAdults Who Are Inactive or Insufficiently Active32016Percent151.7%56.7%
Adults Who Meet Aerobic RecommendationsAdults Who Meet Aerobic Recommendations32016Percent150.6%44.8%59.2%
Adults Who Meet Muscle Strengthening RecommendationsAdults Who Meet Muscle Strengthening Recommendations32019Percent139.2%38.1%32.1%
Overweight and ObesityOverweight and Obesity
Adults Who Are OverweightAdults Who Are Overweight32019Percent127.5%37.6%
Adults Who Are ObeseAdults Who Are Obese32019Percent229.8%27%36.0%
Adults Who Have a Healthy WeightAdults Who Have a Healthy Weight32019Percent140.1%32.8%
Tobacco Use and ExposureTobacco Use and Exposure
Adults Who Are Current SmokersAdults Who Are Current Smokers2019Percent111.4%14.8%16.2%
Adult Current Smokers Who Tried to Quit Smoking at Least Once in the Past YearAdult Current Smokers Who Tried to Quit Smoking at Least Once in the Past Year2019Percent165.8%59%65.7%
Adults Who Are Former SmokersAdults Who Are Former Smokers2019Percent418.6%26.3%10.2%
Adults Who Have Never SmokedAdults Who Have Never Smoked2019Percent170%58.9%
Adults Who Currently Use E-CigarettesAdults Who Currently Use E-Cigarettes2019Percent36.6%7.5%
Adults Who Are Former E-Cigarette UsersAdults Who Are Former E-Cigarette Users2019Percent217.1%18.4%
Adults Who Have Never Used E-CigarettesAdults Who Have Never Used E-Cigarettes2019Percent376.2%74.1%
Health Status and Access to CareHealth Status and Access to Care
Population Non-Institutionalized Civilians With Health InsurancePopulation Non-Institutionalized Civilians With Health Insurance32017-21Percent191.8%87.4%92.1%
Adults Who Have a Personal DoctorAdults Who Have a Personal Doctor32019Percent469.3%72%84.0%
Adults Who Could Not See a Doctor in the Past Year Due to CostAdults Who Could Not See a Doctor in the Past Year Due to Cost2019Percent113.8%16%
Adults Who Had a Medical Checkup in the Past YearAdults Who Had a Medical Checkup in the Past Year32019Percent376%78.8%
Licensed Florida Family Practice PhysiciansLicensed Florida Family Practice Physicians42019-21Per 100,000 population148.518.8
Licensed Florida DentistsLicensed Florida Dentists42019-21Per 100,000 population1111.055.2
Hospital BedsHospital Beds52019-21Per 100,000 population1633.9311.6
County Health Department Full-Time EmployeesCounty Health Department Full-Time Employees122019-21Per 100,000 population289.443.6NO TREND
NO TREND
 Trend
NO TREND
Adults Who Received a Flu Shot in the Past YearAdults Who Received a Flu Shot in the Past Year32019Percent144.3%36.9%
Adults Who Have Ever Received a Pneumonia VaccinationAdults Who Have Ever Received a Pneumonia Vaccination32019Percent237.1%35.4%
Women Who Received a Mammogram in the Past Year (Aged 40 Years and Older)Women Who Received a Mammogram in the Past Year (Aged 40 Years and Older)32016Percent355.8%60.8%
Women Who Received a Pap Test in the Past Year (Aged 18 Years and Older)Women Who Received a Pap Test in the Past Year (Aged 18 Years and Older)32016Percent249.5%48.4%
Men Who Received a Prostate-Specific Antigen (PSA) Test in the Past Two Years (Aged 50 Years and Older)Men Who Received a Prostate-Specific Antigen (PSA) Test in the Past Two Years (Aged 50 Years and Older)32016Percent352.3%54.9%
Adults Who Received a Blood Stool Test in the Past Year (Aged 50 Years and Older)Adults Who Received a Blood Stool Test in the Past Year (Aged 50 Years and Older)32016Percent47.8%16%
Adults Who Received a Sigmoidoscopy or Colonoscopy in the Past Five Years (Aged 50 Years and Older)Adults Who Received a Sigmoidoscopy or Colonoscopy in the Past Five Years (Aged 50 Years and Older)32016Percent351.8%53.9%
Adults Who Had an Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) Test in the Past 12 Months (Aged 18-64 Years)Adults Who Had an Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) Test in the Past 12 Months (Aged 18-64 Years)32016Percent217%19.7%
County Public Health Department Expenditures in DollarsCounty Public Health Department Expenditures in Dollars122019-21Per person263.033.5
Adults Who Said Their Overall Health Was Fair or PoorAdults Who Said Their Overall Health Was Fair or Poor2019Percent111.2%19.7%
Adults Who Said Their Overall Health Was Good to ExcellentAdults Who Said Their Overall Health Was Good to Excellent2019Percent188.8%80.3%
Adults Whose Poor Physical or Mental Health Kept Them From Doing Usual Activities on 14 or More of the Past 30 Days Among Adults Who Have Had at Least One Day of Poor Mental or Physical HealthAdults Whose Poor Physical or Mental Health Kept Them From Doing Usual Activities on 14 or More of the Past 30 Days Among Adults Who Have Had at Least One Day of Poor Mental or Physical Health2019Percent113%18.3%
Average Number of Days Where Poor Mental or Physical Health Interfered With Activities of Daily Living in the Past 30 Days Among Adults Who Have Had at Least One Day of Poor Mental or Physical HealthAverage Number of Days Where Poor Mental or Physical Health Interfered With Activities of Daily Living in the Past 30 Days Among Adults Who Have Had at Least One Day of Poor Mental or Physical Health2019Percent14.3%
Adults With Good Physical HealthAdults With Good Physical Health2019Percent191.7%86.2%
Adults Who Had Poor Physical Health on 14 or More of the Past 30 DaysAdults Who Had Poor Physical Health on 14 or More of the Past 30 Days2019Percent18.3%13.8%
Average Number of Unhealthy Physical Days in the Past 30 DaysAverage Number of Unhealthy Physical Days in the Past 30 Days2019Percent12.9%
Adults With Good Mental HealthAdults With Good Mental Health2019Percent188.9%86.2%
Adults Who Had Poor Mental Health on 14 or More of the Past 30 DaysAdults Who Had Poor Mental Health on 14 or More of the Past 30 Days2019Percent111.1%13.8%
Average Number of Unhealthy Mental Days in the Past 30 DaysAverage Number of Unhealthy Mental Days in the Past 30 Days2019Percent24.1%
Adults Who Have Ever Been Told They Had a Depressive DisorderAdults Who Have Ever Been Told They Had a Depressive Disorder2019Percent216.7%17.7%
Chronic DiseasesChronic Diseases
Coronary Heart DiseaseCoronary Heart Disease
Deaths From Coronary Heart DiseaseDeaths From Coronary Heart Disease62019-21Per 100,000 population173.189.0NO TREND
NO TREND
 Trend
NO TREND
71.1
Hospitalizations From Coronary Heart DiseaseHospitalizations From Coronary Heart Disease72019-21Per 100,000 population1216.5250.7BETTER
BETTER
 Trend
BETTER
StrokeStroke
Deaths From StrokeDeaths From Stroke62019-21Per 100,000 population243.043.2NO TREND
NO TREND
 Trend
NO TREND
33.4
Hospitalizations From StrokeHospitalizations From Stroke72019-21Per 100,000 population3268.1228.4NO TREND
NO TREND
 Trend
NO TREND
Heart FailureHeart Failure
Deaths From Heart FailureDeaths From Heart Failure62019-21Per 100,000 population215.612.6NO TREND
NO TREND
 Trend
NO TREND
Hospitalizations From or With Congestive Heart Failure as Any Listed DiagnosisHospitalizations From or With Congestive Heart Failure as Any Listed Diagnosis72019-21Per 100,000 population41,807.31,243.4NO TREND
NO TREND
 Trend
NO TREND
319.7
Lung CancerLung Cancer
Deaths From Lung CancerDeaths From Lung Cancer62019-21Per 100,000 population132.132.0NO TREND
NO TREND
 Trend
NO TREND
25.1
Lung Cancer IncidenceLung Cancer Incidence82017-19Per 100,000 population365.455.8NO TREND
NO TREND
 Trend
NO TREND
Colorectal CancerColorectal Cancer
Deaths From Colorectal CancerDeaths From Colorectal Cancer62019-21Per 100,000 population315.012.2NO TREND
NO TREND
 Trend
NO TREND
8.9
Colorectal Cancer IncidenceColorectal Cancer Incidence82017-19Per 100,000 population339.735.5NO TREND
NO TREND
 Trend
NO TREND
Breast CancerBreast Cancer
Deaths From Breast CancerDeaths From Breast Cancer62019-21Per 100,000 females320.118.6NO TREND
NO TREND
 Trend
NO TREND
15.3
Female Breast Cancer IncidenceFemale Breast Cancer Incidence82017-19Per 100,000 females4151.1123.3NO TREND
NO TREND
 Trend
NO TREND
Prostate CancerProstate Cancer
Deaths From Prostate CancerDeaths From Prostate Cancer62019-21Per 100,000 males425.716.3NO TREND
NO TREND
 Trend
NO TREND
16.9
Prostate Cancer IncidenceProstate Cancer Incidence82017-19Per 100,000 males4104.090.8NO TREND
NO TREND
 Trend
NO TREND
Cervical CancerCervical Cancer
Deaths From Cervical CancerDeaths From Cervical Cancer62019-21Per 100,000 females22.82.7NO TREND
NO TREND
 Trend
NO TREND
Cervical Cancer IncidenceCervical Cancer Incidence82017-19Per 100,000 females28.88.9NO TREND
NO TREND
 Trend
NO TREND
MelanomaMelanoma
Deaths From MelanomaDeaths From Melanoma62019-21Per 100,000 population32.82.1NO TREND
NO TREND
 Trend
NO TREND
Melanoma IncidenceMelanoma Incidence82017-19Per 100,000 population223.325.4NO TREND
NO TREND
 Trend
NO TREND
Chronic Lower Respiratory DiseasesChronic Lower Respiratory Diseases
Deaths From Chronic Lower Respiratory Disease (CLRD)Deaths From Chronic Lower Respiratory Disease (CLRD)62019-21Per 100,000 population230.833.6NO TREND
NO TREND
 Trend
NO TREND
Hospitalizations From Chronic Lower Respiratory Disease (CLRD) (Including Asthma)Hospitalizations From Chronic Lower Respiratory Disease (CLRD) (Including Asthma)72019-21Per 100,000 population4265.1183.7BETTER
BETTER
 Trend
BETTER
Hospitalizations From or With Asthma as Any Listed DiagnosisHospitalizations From or With Asthma as Any Listed Diagnosis72019-21Per 100,000 population41,041.6630.1BETTER
BETTER
 Trend
BETTER
DiabetesDiabetes
Deaths From DiabetesDeaths From Diabetes62019-21Per 100,000 population223.722.4NO TREND
NO TREND
 Trend
NO TREND
Hospitalizations From or With Diabetes as Any Listed DiagnosisHospitalizations From or With Diabetes as Any Listed Diagnosis72019-21Per 100,000 population32,718.72,243.4NO TREND
NO TREND
 Trend
NO TREND
Hospitalizations From or With Diabetes as Any Listed Diagnosis Which Resulted in a Diabetes-Attributable Amputation of a Lower ExtremityHospitalizations From or With Diabetes as Any Listed Diagnosis Which Resulted in a Diabetes-Attributable Amputation of a Lower Extremity2019-21Per 100,000 population350.237.2NO TREND
NO TREND
 Trend
NO TREND
4.3
Reportable & Infectious DiseasesReportable & Infectious Diseases
Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS) DiagnosesAcquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS) Diagnoses92019-21Per 100,000 population36.48.2NA
NA
CampylobacteriosisCampylobacteriosis2019-21Per 100,000 population218.118.2NA
NA
ChlamydiaChlamydia92019-21Per 100,000 population4958.8485.5NO TREND
NO TREND
 Trend
NO TREND
CryptosporidiosisCryptosporidiosis2019-21Per 100,000 population32.62.0NA
NA
CyclosporiasisCyclosporiasis2019-21Per 100,000 population43.31.5NA
NA
Giardiasis, AcuteGiardiasis, Acute2019-21Per 100,000 population34.33.8NA
NA
GonorrheaGonorrhea92019-21Per 100,000 population4340.4188.4WORSE
WORSE
 Trend
WORSE
Haemophilus Influenzae Invasive Disease (Aged 0-4 Years)Haemophilus Influenzae Invasive Disease (Aged 0-4 Years)92019-21Count4396
Hepatitis AHepatitis A92019-21Per 100,000 population23.67.1NA
NA
0.4
Hepatitis B, AcuteHepatitis B, Acute92019-21Per 100,000 population33.43.0NA
NA
0.9
Hepatitis B, ChronicHepatitis B, Chronic92019-21Count313713,285
Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) DiagnosesHuman Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) Diagnoses92019-21Per 100,000 population312.619.6NA
NA
Deaths From Human Immunodeficiency Virus/Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (HIV/AIDS)Deaths From Human Immunodeficiency Virus/Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (HIV/AIDS)62019-21Per 100,000 population33.12.7NO TREND
NO TREND
 Trend
NO TREND
Syphilis, InfectiousSyphilis, Infectious92019-21Per 100,000 population425.117.3NO TREND
NO TREND
 Trend
NO TREND
LegionellosisLegionellosis2019-21Per 100,000 population11.02.1NA
NA
ListeriosisListeriosis2019-21Per 100,000 population10.00.2NA
NA
0.2
Measles (Rubeola)Measles (Rubeola)92019-21Count104
Meningococcal Disease (Aged 0-23 Years)Meningococcal Disease (Aged 0-23 Years)92019-21Per 100,000 population10.00.1
PertussisPertussis92019-21Per 100,000 population20.21.0NA
NA
RubellaRubella92019-21Count100
SalmonellosisSalmonellosis2019-21Per 100,000 population334.330.9NA
NA
11.1
Shiga Toxin-Producing Escherichia coli (STEC) InfectionShiga Toxin-Producing Escherichia coli (STEC) Infection2019-21Per 100,000 population34.32.8NA
NA
3.2
ShigellosisShigellosis2019-21Per 100,000 population33.13.9NA
NA
Streptococcus pneumoniae Invasive Disease (Aged 0-5 Years)Streptococcus pneumoniae Invasive Disease (Aged 0-5 Years)92019-21Count32205
TetanusTetanus92019-21Count1011
Tuberculosis (TB)Tuberculosis (TB)92019-21Per 100,000 population32.12.3NO TREND
NO TREND
 Trend
NO TREND
1.4
VaricellaVaricella92019-21Per 100,000 population21.62.6NA
NA
Vibriosis (Excluding Cholera)Vibriosis (Excluding Cholera)2018-20Per 100,000 population42.51.1NA
NA
Maternal, Infant & Young Child HealthMaternal, Infant & Young Child Health
Births to Mothers With 1st Trimester Prenatal CareBirths to Mothers With 1st Trimester Prenatal Care62019-21Percent179.1%75.3%WORSE
WORSE
 Trend
WORSE
80.5%
Preterm With Low Birth WeightPreterm With Low Birth Weight2019-21Percent47.3%6.1%
Live Births Under 2500 Grams (Low Birth Weight)Live Births Under 2500 Grams (Low Birth Weight)62019-21Percent410.6%8.8%NO TREND
NO TREND
 Trend
NO TREND
Preterm Births (<37 Weeks Gestation)Preterm Births (<37 Weeks Gestation)62019-21Percent311.9%10.6%NO TREND
NO TREND
 Trend
NO TREND
9.4%
Multiple BirthsMultiple Births62019-21Percent43.6%3.1%NO TREND
NO TREND
 Trend
NO TREND
Births (Aged 15-19 Years)Births (Aged 15-19 Years)62019-21Per 1,000 females 15-1918.814.9NO TREND
NO TREND
 Trend
NO TREND
31.4
Repeat Births to Mothers (Aged 15-19 Years)Repeat Births to Mothers (Aged 15-19 Years)62019-21Percent111.7%13.5%NO TREND
NO TREND
 Trend
NO TREND
Infant Mortality (Aged 0-364 Days)Infant Mortality (Aged 0-364 Days)62019-21Per 1,000 live births410.05.9NO TREND
NO TREND
 Trend
NO TREND
5.0
Neonatal Mortality (Aged 0-27 Days)Neonatal Mortality (Aged 0-27 Days)62019-21Per 1,000 live births47.44.0NO TREND
NO TREND
 Trend
NO TREND
Postneonatal Mortality (Aged 28-364 Days)Postneonatal Mortality (Aged 28-364 Days)62019-21Per 1,000 live births32.61.9NO TREND
NO TREND
 Trend
NO TREND
Fetal Deaths (Stillbirths)Fetal Deaths (Stillbirths)62019-21Per 1,000 deliveries37.77.0NO TREND
NO TREND
 Trend
NO TREND
5.7
Mothers Who Initiate BreastfeedingMothers Who Initiate Breastfeeding62019-21Percent186.4%85.5%NA
NA
Immunization Levels in KindergartenImmunization Levels in Kindergarten102019-21Percent394.3%93.5%NA
NA
Unintentional InjuriesUnintentional Injuries
Deaths From Unintentional InjuryDeaths From Unintentional Injury62019-21Per 100,000 population156.765.3NO TREND
NO TREND
 Trend
NO TREND
43.2
Deaths From Motor Vehicle CrashesDeaths From Motor Vehicle Crashes62019-21Per 100,000 population215.215.8NO TREND
NO TREND
 Trend
NO TREND
10.1
Social and Physical EnvironmentSocial and Physical Environment
MurderMurder112018-20Per 100,000 population34.55.5NA
NA
Domestic Violence OffensesDomestic Violence Offenses112018-20Per 100,000 population3582.5495.9NA
NA
Deaths From SuicideDeaths From Suicide62019-21Per 100,000 population112.513.8NO TREND
NO TREND
 Trend
NO TREND
12.8
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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.

  • 1Florida Department of Health, Bureau of Community Health Assessment, Florida Legislature's Office of Economic and Demographic Research (EDR)

  • 2US Census Bureau

  • 3Florida Department of Health Division of Community Health Promotion

  • 4Florida Department of Health, Division of Medical Quality Assurance

  • 5Florida Agency for Health Care Administration, Certificate of Need Office

  • 6Florida Department of Health, Bureau of Vital Statistics

  • 7Florida Agency for Health Care Administration (AHCA)

  • 8University of Miami (FL) Medical School, Florida Cancer Data System

  • 9Florida Department of Health, Division of Disease Control

  • 10Florida Department of Health, Bureau of Immunization

  • 11Florida Department of Law Enforcement

  • 12Florida Department of Health, Contract Management System

  • All age-adjusted rates on this report are 3-year rates per 100,000 and are calculated using the 2000 Standard US Population and July 1 population estimates from the Florida Legislature, Office of Economic and Demographic Research. The population data for 2001-2010, along with rates affected by the population data, have been updated on FLHealthCHARTS. 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.

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  • BCounty Trends

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    Trends are only calculated when 5 or more consecutive years of data are available.
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  • Trend Values

  • Getting better Trend is getting better and the improvement is statistically significant
    Getting worse Trend is getting worse and the change is statistically significant
    No trend Trend is not statistically significant
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    For the 2007 report, no trend is available for entry into prenatal care due to a change in the measurement of this indicator in 2004.

  • CU.S. Healthy People 2030 Goal

  • U.S Healthy People 2030 is a national health promotion and disease prevention initiative. Its' goals are to increase the quality and years of healthy life and eliminate health disparities. More information available at: http://www.healthypeople.gov. Goals are not available for every indicator.