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					         Alachua County
Health Needs Assessment
             Technical Appendix
                       March 2010
Alachua County Health Needs Assessment
                                                   Technical Appendix
                                                                      March 2010


       WellFlorida Council         Needs Assessment Advisory Committee:
       Contributing Staff          Alachua County Health Department
       Shane Bailey                Diane Dimperio, Director of Program Development
       Senior Planner              Palms Medical Group
       Sandra Carroll              Anita Riels, Interim CEO
       Data and Technology         Shands HealthCare
       Coordinator                 Nicole Yucht, Associate Director
       Jill Dygert                 North Florida Regional Healthcare
       Design and Communications   Matt Davis, Chief Operating Officer
       Jeff Feller                 Alachua County Board of County Commissioners
       Chief Operations Officer    Minnie L. Rolark, Assistant Director, Department of
       Kim Gokhale                 Community Support Services
       Associate Planner
       Lindsey Michaels
       Associate Planner
       Celia Paynter
       Associate Planner




                                                                    WellFlorida Council
                                                                   1785 NW 80th Blvd.
                                                                  Gainesville, FL 32606
                                                                    Tel: (352) 313-6500
                                                                    Fax: (352) 313-6515
                                                              Web: www.wellflorida.org
ALACHUA COUNTY HEALTH NEEDS ASSESSMENT                                                                                                             2010


   Table of Contents
    Notes ....................................................................................................................................................... 1
       Note on Crude Versus Age-Adjusted Mortality Rates ........................................................................................1
       Note on Zip Codes ..............................................................................................................................................2
    Demographic and Socioeconomic Profile ............................................................................................... 3
       Population Data Tables ......................................................................................................................................3
       Poverty Data Tables......................................................................................................................................... 15
       Income Data Tables ......................................................................................................................................... 20
       Unemployment Data ....................................................................................................................................... 20
       Business and Employees Data Tables.............................................................................................................. 21
       Education Data Table ...................................................................................................................................... 23
       Uninsured Data Tables .................................................................................................................................... 23
    Perspectives on Health Status and Healthful Living.............................................................................. 27
       Mortality Data Tables ...................................................................................................................................... 27
       Mental Health Data Tables .............................................................................................................................. 63
       Birth Related Data Tables ................................................................................................................................ 68
       BRFSS Data Tables ........................................................................................................................................... 86
       Student Obesity Data Table............................................................................................................................. 90
       Other Infectious Diseases Data Tables ............................................................................................................ 91
       Environmental Data Tables ............................................................................................................................. 92
    Health Care Access and Utilization........................................................................................................ 93
       Unmet Need Data Table .................................................................................................................................. 93
       Medicaid Data Tables ...................................................................................................................................... 94
       Bed and Physician Availability Data Tables ..................................................................................................... 98
       Dental Data Tables .......................................................................................................................................... 99
       Inpatient Hospital Utilization Data Tables..................................................................................................... 100
       Emergency Department Data Tables ............................................................................................................ 110
    Community Input ................................................................................................................................ 113
       Community Telephone Survey Data Tables .................................................................................................. 113




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    Zip Code Health Report Card ............................................................................................................... 135
    Needs Assessment Instruments .......................................................................................................... 141
       Community Telephone Survey Instrument ................................................................................................... 141
       Focus Group Screening Tool .......................................................................................................................... 161
       Focus Group Consent Form ........................................................................................................................... 163
       Focus Group Demographic Survey ................................................................................................................ 165
       Focus Group Facilitative Question Guide ...................................................................................................... 167
       Structured (Key) Interview Guide .................................................................................................................. 171




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   List of Tables
   Demographic and Socioeconomic Profile
   Table TA-1. Total Population and Projected Populations, Alachua County and Florida, 2000-2030. .......................3
   Table TA-2. Total Population by Age Groups, by Zip Code, Alachua County and Florida, 2009................................4
   Table TA-3. Total Population by Race, by Zip Code, Alachua County and Florida, 2009. ..........................................9
   Table TA-4. Total Population by Ethnicity, by Zip Code, Alachua County and Florida, 2009. ................................ 11
   Table TA-5. Total Population by Gender, by Zip Code, Alachua County and Florida, 2009. .................................. 12
   Table TA-6. Estimates of Population by City, Alachua County and Florida, 2008. ................................................. 13
   Table TA-7. Total Estimated Number of Student Population by Zip Code, Alachua County and Florida, 2009 ..... 14
   Table TA-8. Number and Percent by Level of Poverty by Zip Code, Alachua County and Florida, 2009. .............. 15
   Table TA-9. Number and Percent of Individuals, Children and Households in Poverty by Zip Code, Alachua
   County and Florida, 2009. ....................................................................................................................................... 16
   Table TA-10. Number and Percent of Children 0-17 Years of Age by Level of Poverty, by Zip Code, Alachua
   County and Florida, 2009. ....................................................................................................................................... 17
   Table TA-11. Number and Percent of Adults 18-64 Years of Age by Level of Poverty, by Zip Code, Alachua County
   and Florida, 2009. .................................................................................................................................................... 18
   Table TA-12. Number and Percent of Seniors 65+ Years of Age by Level of Poverty, by Zip Code, Alachua County
   and Florida, 2009. .................................................................................................................................................... 19
   Table TA-13. Median Household Income, Average Household Income and Per Capita Income by Zip Code,
   Alachua County and Florida, 2009........................................................................................................................... 20
   Table TA-14. Unemployment Rates by Year, Alachua County and Florida, 2004-2009. ........................................ 20
   Table TA-15. Number of Employees in Non-Governmental Businesses by Size of Business, Alachua County and
   Florida, 2002. ........................................................................................................................................................... 21
   Table TA-16. Number of Non-Governmental Businesses by Size of Business, by Zip Code, Alachua County and
   Florida, 2007. ........................................................................................................................................................... 21
   Table TA-17. Retail Trade and Service (Non-Governmental) Businesses by Zip Code, Alachua County and Florida,
   2007. ........................................................................................................................................................................ 22
   Table TA-18. Number and Percent by Level of School Completed by Zip Code, Alachua County and Florida, 2009.
   ................................................................................................................................................................................. 23
   Table TA-19. Estimated Number of Uninsured Non Elderly, Alachua County and Florida, 2009. .......................... 23
   Table TA-20. Estimated Number of Uninsured Non Elderly Population by Zip Code, Alachua County and Florida,
   2009. ........................................................................................................................................................................ 24
   Table TA-21. Number and Percent Uninsured by Age Groups for All Income Levels, Alachua County and Florida,
   2006. ........................................................................................................................................................................ 25
   Table TA-22. Top 10 Causes of Death Rates for All Races, Alachua County and Florida, 1999-2008. ................... 27
   Table TA-23. Top 10 Causes of Death Rates for White Races, Alachua County and Florida, 1999-2008. .............. 32
   Table TA-24. Top 10 Causes of Death Rates for Black Races, Alachua County and Florida, 1999-2008. ............... 37
   Table TA-25. Top 5 Causes of Death Rates for Hispanics, Alachua County and Florida, 1999-2008...................... 42
   Table TA-26. Age Adjusted Death Rates Per 100,000 Population for 10 Leading Causes of Death in Alachua
   County by Race and Ethnicity, Alachua County and Florida, 2006-2008. ............................................................... 45
   Table TA-27. Crude and Age Adjusted Death Rates Per 100,000 Population for All Races for All Causes, by Zip
   Code, Alachua County and Florida, 2004-2008. ...................................................................................................... 46
   Table TA-28. Crude and Age Adjusted Death Rates Per 100,000 Population for All Races for Cancer, by Zip Code,
   Alachua County and Florida, 2004-2008. ................................................................................................................ 47




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   Table TA-29. Crude and Age Adjusted Death Rates Per 100,000 Population for All Races for Heart Disease, by Zip
   Code, Alachua County and Florida, 2004-2008. ...................................................................................................... 48
   Table TA-30. Crude and Age Adjusted Death Rates Per 100,000 Population for All Races for Unintentional
   Injuries, by Zip Code, Alachua County and Florida, 2004-2008............................................................................... 49
   Table TA-31. Crude and Age Adjusted Death Rates Per 100,000 Population for All Races for Motor Vehicle
   Crashes, by Zip Code, Alachua County and Florida, 2004-2008. ............................................................................. 50
   Table TA-32. Crude and Age Adjusted Death Rates Per 100,000 Population for All Races for Stroke, by Zip Code,
   Alachua County and Florida, 2004-2008. ................................................................................................................ 51
   Table TA-33. Crude and Age Adjusted Death Rates Per 100,000 Population for All Races for Chronic Lower
   Respiratory Disease (CLRD), by Zip Code, Alachua County and Florida, 2004-2008. .............................................. 52
   Table TA-34. Crude and Age Adjusted Death Rates Per 100,000 Population for All Races for Diabetes, by Zip
   Code, Alachua County and Florida, 2004-2008. ...................................................................................................... 53
   Table TA-35. Crude and Age Adjusted Death Rates Per 100,000 Population for Alzheimer’s Disease for All
   Causes, by Zip Code, Alachua County and Florida, 2004-2008. .............................................................................. 54
   Table TA-36. Crude and Age Adjusted Death Rates Per 100,000 Population for All Races for Suicide, by Zip Code,
   Alachua County and Florida, 2004-2008. ................................................................................................................ 55
   Table TA-37. Crude and Age Adjusted Death Rates Per 100,000 Population for All Races for Nephritis, by Zip
   Code, Alachua County and Florida, 2004-2008. ...................................................................................................... 56
   Table TA-38. Crude and Age Adjusted Death Rates Per 100,000 Population for All Races for Hypertension, by Zip
   Code, Alachua County and Florida, 2004-2008. ...................................................................................................... 57
   Table TA-39. All Causes Years of Potential Life Lost Under 75, Alachua County and Florida, 1999-2008. ............ 58
   Table TA-40. All Causes Years of Potential Life Lost Under 75 by Race and Ethnicity, Alachua County and Florida,
   2006-2008................................................................................................................................................................ 58
   Table TA-41. Top 5 Causes of Death Years of Potential Life Lost Under 75, Alachua County and Florida, 2006-
   2008. ........................................................................................................................................................................ 59
   Table TA-42. Crude Rates Per 100,000 Population for 0-17 Years of Age, Alachua County and Florida, 2006-2008.
   ................................................................................................................................................................................. 59
   Table TA-43. Crude Rates Per 100,000 Population for 18-44 Years of Age, Alachua County and Florida, 2006-
   2008. ........................................................................................................................................................................ 60
   Table TA-44. Crude Rates Per 100,000 Population for 45-64 Years of Age, Alachua County and Florida, 2006-
   2008. ........................................................................................................................................................................ 61
   Table TA-45. Crude Rates Per 100,000 Population for 65 + Years of Age, Alachua County and Florida, 2006-2008.
   ................................................................................................................................................................................. 62
   Table TA-46. Age Adjusted Death Rates for Suicide Per 100,000 Population, Alachua County and Florida, 1999-
   2008. ........................................................................................................................................................................ 63
   Table TA-47. DRGs Used to Define the Hospitalizations for Mental Health Issues. ................................................ 64
   Table TA-48. Number and Rate of Hospitalizations Per 1,000 Population for Mental Health Reasons for Selected
   Age Groups, Alachua County and Florida, 2004-2008............................................................................................. 64
   Table TA-49. Number and Rate of Emergency Department Visits Per 1,000 Population for Mental Health
   Reasons for Selected Age Groups, Alachua County and Florida, 2004-2008. ......................................................... 65
   Table TA-50. Number of Involuntary Exam Initiations (Baker Acts) for Residents of Alachua County and Florida,
   2002-2008................................................................................................................................................................ 65
   Table TA-51. Number of Involuntary Exam Initiations (Baker Acts) for Children (ages 4-17) Residents of Alachua
   County and Florida, 2002-2008. .............................................................................................................................. 66
   Table TA-52. Number of Involuntary Exam Initiations (Baker Acts) for Seniors (ages 65-104) Residents of Alachua
   County and Florida, 2002-2008. .............................................................................................................................. 66
   Table TA-53. Total Number and Rate Per 100,000 Population for Domestic Violence Offenses, Alachua County
   and Florida, 2004-2008............................................................................................................................................ 67



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   Table TA-54. Total Domestic Violence Offenses by Type, Alachua County and Florida, 2008. .............................. 67
   Table TA-55. Total Births by Race and Ethnicity, Alachua County and Florida, 1999-2008. .................................. 68
   Table TA-56. Total Birth Rates Per 1,000 Total Population by Race and Ethnicity, Alachua County and Florida,
   1999-2008................................................................................................................................................................ 69
   Table TA-57. Total Births by Zip Code by Race, Alachua County and Florida, 2004-2008...................................... 70
   Table TA-58. Total Infant Deaths by Race and Ethnicity, Alachua County and Florida, 1999-2008. ...................... 71
   Table TA-59. Total Infant Death Rates Per 1,000 Live Births by Race and Ethnicity, Alachua County and Florida,
   1999-2008................................................................................................................................................................ 72
   Table TA-60. Total Number of Infant Deaths and Rates Per 1,000 Live Births by Race and Zip Code, Alachua
   County and Florida, 2004-2008. .............................................................................................................................. 73
   Table TA-61. Total Low Birthweight Births by Race and Ethnicity, Alachua County and Florida, 1999-2008. ....... 74
   Table TA-62. Percent of Low Birthweight Births by Race and Ethnicity, Alachua County and Florida, 1999-2008.
   ................................................................................................................................................................................. 75
   Table TA-63. Total Number and Percent of Births That Were Low Birthweight by Race and Zip Code, Alachua
   County and Florida, 2004-2008. .............................................................................................................................. 76
   Table TA-64. Total Number of Births That Received Care in First Trimester by Race and Ethnicity, Alachua County
   and Florida, 1999-2008............................................................................................................................................ 77
   Table TA-65. Percent of the Total Births That Received Care in the First Trimester by Race and Ethnicity, Alachua
   County and Florida, 1999-2008. .............................................................................................................................. 78
   Table TA-66. Total Number and Percent of Births That Received Care in the First Trimester by Race and Zip
   Code, Alachua County and Florida, 2004-2008. ...................................................................................................... 79
   Table TA-67. Total Number of Teen Births (15-17 Years of Age) by Race and Ethnicity, Alachua County and
   Florida, 1999-2008................................................................................................................................................... 80
   Table TA-68. Teen (15-17 Years of Age) Birth Rates Per 1,000 Female Population 15-17 by Race and Ethnicity,
   Alachua County and Florida, 1999-2008. ................................................................................................................ 81
   Table TA-69. Total Number and Percent of Hispanic Births by Selected Indicators by Zip Code, Alachua County
   and Florida, 2004-2008............................................................................................................................................ 82
   Table TA-70. Total Number of Repeat Births by Age of Mother, Alachua County and Florida, 1999-2008........... 83
   Table TA-71. Percent of Repeat Births to All Births by Moms Age, Alachua County and Florida, 1999-2008. ...... 84
   Table TA-72. Total Number of Births With Medicaid as the Payment Source by Race and Ethnicity, Alachua
   County and Florida, 2004-2008. .............................................................................................................................. 85
   Table TA-73. Percent of Births That had Medicaid as the Payment Source by Race and Ethnicity, Alachua County
   and Florida, 2004-2008............................................................................................................................................ 85
   Table TA-74. Selected BRFSS Indicators for Alachua County and Florida, 2002 and 2007. ................................... 86
   Table TA-75. Comparison of Selected BRFSS Indicators for Alachua County and Florida, 2002 and 2007. ........... 89
   Table TA-76. Alachua County Public School Students with Overweight or Obese BMI Measurements, 2008-2009.
   ................................................................................................................................................................................. 90
   Table TA-77. Total Gonorrhea, Chlamydia & Infectious Syphilis Rates Per 100,000 Population, Alachua County
   and Florida, 1999-2008............................................................................................................................................ 91
   Table TA-78. Vaccine Preventable Disease Rates Per 100,000 Population, Alachua County and Florida, 1999-
   2008. ........................................................................................................................................................................ 91
   Table TA-79. HIV Cases Rates Per 100,000 Population, Alachua County and Florida, 1999-2008. ........................ 91
   Table TA-80. Percent of Population With Fluoridated Water Supplies, Alachua County and Florida, 1999-2008. 92
   Table TA-81. Percent of Population With Community Water Supplies, Alachua County and Florida, 1999-2008. 92
   Table TA-82. Estimates of Unmet Primary Care Need, 2006-2008. ....................................................................... 93
   Table TA-83. HPSA Shortage Area, and MUA, 2010. .............................................................................................. 93
   Table TA-84. Number of Medicaid Eligibles and Percent of Total Population by Zip Code, Alachua County and
   Florida as of December of Each Year 2005-2009. ................................................................................................... 94



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   Table TA-85. Median Monthly Medicaid Enrollment Rates Per 100,000 for Alachua County and Florida, 1999-
   2008. ........................................................................................................................................................................ 96
   Table TA-86. Medicaid Expenditures by Type, Alachua County and Florida, July 1, 2007 – April, 30, 2008. ......... 97
   Table TA-87. CHOICES Expenditures by Category, Fiscal Years 2005-2008. ........................................................... 98
   Table TA-88. The Rate of Hospital Beds Per 100,000 Population, Alachua County and Florida, 2002-2008. ........ 98
   Table TA-89. The Rate of Nursing Home Beds Per 100,000 Population, Alachua County and Florida, 2002-2008.
   ................................................................................................................................................................................. 98
   Table TA-90. The Rate of Physicians by Type Per 100,000 Population, Alachua County and Florida, Fiscal Years,
   2002-03 – 2008-09. ................................................................................................................................................. 98
   Table TA-91. The Rate of Licensed Dentists Per 100,000 Population, Alachua County and Florida, Fiscal Year
   Ending 2003 – 2009. ................................................................................................................................................ 99
   Table TA-92. Access to Dental Care by Low Income Persons, Percentages of Population Below Poverty, Alachua
   County and Florida, 1998-2007. .............................................................................................................................. 99
   Table TA-93. Total Number and Percent of Discharges and Patient Days by Zip Code for Alachua County
   Residents and Florida, Calendar Years 2004-2008. ............................................................................................... 100
   Table TA-94. Total Number and Percent of Discharges and Patient Days by Payor Source for Alachua County
   Residents and Florida, Calendar Years 2004-2008. ............................................................................................... 103
   Table TA-95. Number of Discharges and Patient Days for the Top 10 DRGS Per Year, Alachua County, Calendar
   Years 2004-08. ....................................................................................................................................................... 104
   Table TA-96. Number of Avoidable Discharges and Rate Per 1,000 Population 0-64 Years of Age by Zip Code,
   Alachua County and Florida, 2006-2008. .............................................................................................................. 106
   Table TA-97. Total Number and Percent of Avoidable Discharges and Patient Days by Payor Source for < 65
   Years of Age, Alachua County, Calendar Years 2004-08. ...................................................................................... 107
   Table TA-98. Top 10 Reasons for Avoidable Discharges for < 65 Years of Age, Alachua County, Calendar Years
   2004-08.................................................................................................................................................................. 109
   Table TA-99. Number and Percent of Emergency Department Visits by Payor Source, Alachua County, Calendar
   Years 2005-08. ....................................................................................................................................................... 110
   Table TA-100. Number and Percent For the Main Reason of Emergency Department Visits by Year, Alachua
   County, Calendar Years 2005-08. .......................................................................................................................... 111
   Table TA-101. Number of Avoidable Emergency Department Visits and Rate Per 1,000 Population by Zip Code,
   Alachua County and Florida, 2006-08. .................................................................................................................. 112
   Table TA-102. Selected Demographics of the Community Telephone Survey Respondents. .............................. 113
   Table TA-103. Selected Household Demographics of the Community Telephone Survey Respondents. ........... 114
   Table TA-104. Number of People in the Household by Selected Age Groups for the Community Telephone
   Survey Respondents. ............................................................................................................................................. 115
   Table TA-105. Number of Survey Respondents by Zip Code. ............................................................................... 116
   Table TA-106. Comparison of Selected Demographics of the Survey Respondents Compared to Alachua County,
   2009. ...................................................................................................................................................................... 116
   Table TA-107. Describing Health of Survey Respondents and Other People in the Household. ......................... 118
   Table TA-108. Place Where Different Types of Routine Care is Obtained. .......................................................... 119
   Table TA-109. Emergency Room Usage by Survey Respondents. ........................................................................ 120
   Table TA-110. Travel Method for How the Survey Respondents and Their Household Members Get to Health
   Care Services. ........................................................................................................................................................ 120
   Table TA-111. Where Respondent and Household Members Most Often Get Advice or Information About
   Available Health Care Services. ............................................................................................................................. 121
   Table TA-112. Level of Difficulty it has Been During the Past Year for You or Your Household to Pay for Care. 122
   Table TA-113. Level of Difficulty it has Been During the Past Year For Those That Needed Care to Pay for Care.
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   Table TA-114. Selected Insurance Coverage About the Survey Respondent. ...................................................... 124
   Table TA-115. Selected Insurance Coverage About the Survey Respondents Spouse/Partner. .......................... 125
   Table TA-116. Selected Insurance Coverage About the Survey Respondents Children. ...................................... 126
   Table TA-117. Selected Insurance Coverage About the Survey Respondents Extended Family. ......................... 127
   Table TA-118. Selected Insurance Coverage About the Other People in the Survey Respondents Household. . 128
   Table TA-119. Topics That Could Have Been a Problem for the Respondent or Someone in the Respondents
   Household During the Last Year. ........................................................................................................................... 129
   Table TA-120. Factors and How Important the Respondent Thought Each Were in Defining a “Healthy
   Community”. ......................................................................................................................................................... 130
   Table TA-121. Factors that the Respondent Thought Were the Three Most Important Factors That Define a
   “Healthy Community”. .......................................................................................................................................... 131
   Table TA-122. Items that the Respondent Thought Could Be a Health Problem for the Community. ................ 132
   Table TA-123. Items that the Respondent Thought were the Three Most Important Health Problems in the
   Community. ........................................................................................................................................................... 133
   Table TA-124. Items that the Respondent Thought were Safety Issues for the Community. .............................. 134
   Table TA-125. Items that the Respondent Thought were the Three Most Important Safety Issues in the
   Community. ........................................................................................................................................................... 134




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   Technical Appendix
   The Technical Appendix for the Alachua County Health Needs Assessment presents detailed descriptions of the
   activities completed during the assessment including a comprehensive listing of all data tables and research
   protocol used in the development of this report.


   Notes
   Note on Crude Versus Age-Adjusted Mortality Rates

   The needs assessment and the technical appendix present both the crude and age-adjusted death rates (AADR).
   Crude rates are merely the actual number of deaths for a given cause for a desired population divided by total
   number in the desired population and then multiplied by 100,000 to get the rate per 100,000 population, while
   AADR represent crude rates adjusted to standardize the population distribution effects on the rate.

   Although useful for certain purposes, the crude death rate as a comparative measure has a major shortcoming:
   it is a function of the age distribution of the population at risk. For example, the population at risk in one county
   may be primarily elderly persons ages 65 and older while the population at risk in another county may be
   primarily of persons ages 40 to 50. Crude rates are recommended when a summary measure is needed and it is
   not necessary or desirable to adjust for other factors.

   The frequency with which health events occur is almost always related to age. In fact, the relationship of age to
   risk often dwarfs other important risk factors. For example, acute respiratory infections are more common in
   children of school age because of their immunologic susceptibility and exposure to other children in schools.
   Chronic conditions, such as arthritis and atherosclerosis, occur more frequently in older adults because of a
   variety of physiologic consequences of aging. Mortality rates tend to increase after the age of 40.

   Because the occurrence of many health conditions is related to age, the most common adjustment for public
   health data is age adjustment. The age-adjustment process removes differences in the age composition of two
   or more populations to allow comparisons between these populations independent of their age structure.

   The age-adjusted death rate is a summary measure that eliminates the effect of the underlying age distribution
   of the population. The result is a figure that represents the theoretical risk of mortality for a population, if the
   population had an age distribution identical to that of a standard population. For example, a county’s age-
   adjusted death rate is the weighted average of the age-specific death rates observed in that county, with the
   weights derived from the age distribution in an external population standard, such as the U.S. population.

   Age-adjustment then allows for the comparison of two distinct populations (for example, Alachua County versus
   Florida) which most likely have differing age distributions. The age effects are in essence removed from the
   rates and the age-adjusted death rate then no longer reflects the actual death rate but is an indicator rate that
   can be used for relative comparisons.

   In the past, the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) age-adjusted rates using the US 1940 standard
   population. Other agencies used the US 1970 Standard. Beginning with 1999 data, federal agencies began age-
   adjusting to the US 2000 Standard Million Population.




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   Note on Zip Codes

   For tables with zip codes listed, the post office box zip codes are included with the main zip codes. To provide
   the most accurate data summary for the county, for each data element presented by zip code, the total sum of
   the zip code data is presented as well as the overall county totals. Post office zip codes: 32602, 32613 and
   32627 are included with 32601(East Gainesville). Post office zip code 32604 is included with 32603(Central
   Gainesville). Zip code 32635 is included with 32605(North Central Gainesville). Zip code 32614 is included with
   32608(Southwest Gainesville). Zip codes 32610 and 32612 are included with 32611(University of Florida). In
   Alachua zip code 32615, 32616 and 32658 are included. Hawthorne zip code 32640 also includes 32622, 32654
   and 32662 zip codes. In High Springs zip code 32643, zip code 32655 is included.

   When data is presented by zip codes for deaths and births, a five year rate is calculated due to the small
   numbers by zip code. Some Hispanic data was not available by zip code or else the numbers were too small to
   separate out.




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   Demographic and Socioeconomic Profile
   Demographic and socioeconomic profile data are presented at the county level and state level for each
   indicator. Zip Code level data are presented where available.


   Population Data Tables

   Table TA-1. Total Population and Projected Populations, Alachua County and Florida, 2000-2030.

                                       Year                  Alachua County                Florida


                           2000 Census                                  217,955               15,982,378

                           2008 Estimate                                252,388               18,807,219
         Population        2015 Projections                             270,176               20,055,865

                           2020 Projections                             286,096               21,417,450

                           2030 Projections                             316,329               23,979,032

                           To 2008 Estimate                                 15.8                     17.7

    Percent Change from    To 2015 Projections                              24.0                     25.5
        2000 Census
                           To 2020 Projections                              31.3                     34.0

                           To 2030 Projections                              45.1                     50.0

                           To 2015 Projections                                7.0                     6.6
    Percent Change from
       2008 Estimate       To 2020 Projections                              13.4                     13.9

                           To 2030 Projections                              25.3                     27.5
   Source: Bureau of Economic Business Resources: University of Florida, Population Projections by Age,
   Sex, Race and Hispanic Origin for Florida and Its Counties, 2008-2030.




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   Table TA-2. Total Population by Age Groups, by Zip Code, Alachua County and Florida, 2009.
                                               0-4 Years of Age           5-9 Years of Age           10-14 Years of Age
                               Total
             Area                                       Percent of                  Percent of                 Percent of
                             Population     Number                      Number                     Number
                                                         Zip Code                    Zip Code                   Zip Code
   32601 Gainesville               20,925        617              2.9        499             2.4        518           2.5
   32603 Gainesville                7,549        163              2.2         94             1.2          72          1.0
   32605 Gainesville               26,066      1,264              4.8      1,163             4.5      1,291           5.0
   32606 Gainesville               21,198      1,267              6.0      1,256             5.9      1,309           6.2
   32607 Gainesville               28,782      1,392              4.8      1,109             3.9      1,111           3.9
   32608 Gainesville               38,631      1,654              4.3      1,412             3.7      1,328           3.4
   32609 Gainesville               20,744      1,219              5.9      1,174             5.7      1,230           5.9
   32611 Gainesville                4,893          59             1.2         30             0.6          19          0.4
   32615 Alachua                   15,055        932              6.2      1,002             6.7      1,085           7.2
   32618 Archer                     9,978        605              6.1        655             6.6        720           7.2
   32631 Earleton                     600          24             4.0         27             4.5          30          5.0
   32640 Hawthorne                 12,330        656              5.3        692             5.6        724           5.9
   32641 Gainesville               13,459      1,182              8.8      1,143             8.5      1,110           8.2
   32643 High Springs              10,629        610              5.7        631             5.9        675           6.4
   32653 Gainesville               12,805        816              6.4        822             6.4        866           6.8
   32667 Micanopy                   5,111        202              4.0        235             4.6        284           5.6
   32669 Newberry                  10,245        634              6.2        655             6.4        688           6.7
   32694 Waldo                      1,996        107              5.4        112             5.6        123           6.2
   Zip Code Total                260,996      13,403              5.1     12,711             4.9     13,183           5.1
   Alachua County                247,537      12,667              5.1     11,926             4.8     12,348           5.0
   Florida                    19,021,613    1,139,464             6.0   1,114,796            5.9   1,117,205          5.9
   Source: ESRI Business Solutions, 2009.




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   Table TA-2 Cont. Total Population by Age Groups, by Zip Code, Alachua County and Florida, 2009.
                                              15-24 Years of Age      25-44 Years of Age           45-64 Years of Age
                               Total
             Area                                       Percent of               Percent of                  Percent of
                             Population     Number                   Number                      Number
                                                         Zip Code                 Zip Code                    Zip Code
   32601 Gainesville               20,925     10,375          49.6      5,185          24.8         2,470          11.8
   32603 Gainesville                7,549      5,258          69.7      1,372          18.2           396           5.2
   32605 Gainesville               26,066      3,694          14.2      6,858          26.3         7,551          29.0
   32606 Gainesville               21,198      2,841          13.4      5,875          27.7         5,817          27.4
   32607 Gainesville               28,782      9,991          34.7      7,814          27.1         5,109          17.8
   32608 Gainesville               38,631     15,397          39.9      9,887          25.6         6,200          16.0
   32609 Gainesville               20,744      3,727          18.0      6,403          30.9         5,079          24.5
   32611 Gainesville                4,893      4,339          88.7        396              8.1          17          0.3
   32615 Alachua                   15,055      1,864          12.4      3,601          23.9         4,765          31.7
   32618 Archer                     9,978      1,206          12.1      2,483          24.9         3,228          32.4
   32631 Earleton                     600          58          9.7        137          22.8           225          37.5
   32640 Hawthorne                 12,330      1,440          11.7      2,749          22.3         3,920          31.8
   32641 Gainesville               13,459      2,311          17.2      3,059          22.7         3,196          23.7
   32643 High Springs              10,629      1,315          12.4      2,573          24.2         3,340          31.4
   32653 Gainesville               12,805      1,507          11.8      3,112          24.3         3,906          30.5
   32667 Micanopy                   5,111        507           9.9      1,077          21.1         1,884          36.9
   32669 Newberry                  10,245      1,253          12.2      2,674          26.1         3,137          30.6
   32694 Waldo                      1,996        218          10.9        460          23.0           663          33.2
   Zip Code Total                260,996      67,301          25.8     65,715          25.2        60,903          23.3
   Alachua County                247,537      65,727          26.6     62,605          25.3        56,639          22.9
   Florida                    19,021,613    2,370,927         12.5   4,750,480         25.0      5,103,214         26.8
   Source: ESRI Business Solutions, 2009.




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   Table TA-2 Cont. Total Population by Age Groups, by Zip Code, Alachua County and Florida, 2009.
                                              65-74 Years of Age          65-84 Years of Age           75-84 Years of Age
                               Total
             Area                                       Percent of                   Percent of                  Percent of
                             Population     Number                       Number                      Number
                                                         Zip Code                     Zip Code                    Zip Code
   32601 Gainesville               20,925         546              2.6        987              4.7         441              2.1
   32603 Gainesville                7,549          73              1.0        148              2.0          75              1.0
   32605 Gainesville               26,066       2,077              8.0      3,599          13.8          1,522              5.8
   32606 Gainesville               21,198       1,311              6.2      2,319          10.9          1,008              4.8
   32607 Gainesville               28,782       1,113              3.9      1,866              6.5         753              2.6
   32608 Gainesville               38,631       1,418              3.7      2,353              6.1         935              2.4
   32609 Gainesville               20,744       1,026              4.9      1,677              8.1         651              3.1
   32611 Gainesville                4,893          19              0.4         32              0.7          13              0.3
   32615 Alachua                   15,055       1,083              7.2      1,610          10.7            527              3.5
   32618 Archer                     9,978         658              6.6        973              9.8         315              3.2
   32631 Earleton                     600          61         10.2             89          14.8             28              4.7
   32640 Hawthorne                 12,330       1,250         10.1          1,930          15.7            680              5.5
   32641 Gainesville               13,459         865              6.4      1,289              9.6         424              3.2
   32643 High Springs              10,629         840              7.9      1,294          12.2            454              4.3
   32653 Gainesville               12,805         881              6.9      1,513          11.8            632              4.9
   32667 Micanopy                   5,111         532         10.4            806          15.8            274              5.4
   32669 Newberry                  10,245         723              7.1      1,077          10.5            354              3.5
   32694 Waldo                      1,996         193              9.7        278          13.9             85              4.3
   Zip Code Total                260,996      14,669               5.6     23,840              9.1       9,171              3.5
   Alachua County                247,537      13,393               5.4     21,900              8.8       8,507              3.4
   Florida                    19,021,613    1,686,745              8.9   2,901,547         15.3      1,214,802              6.4
   Source: ESRI Business Solutions, 2009.




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   Table TA-2 Cont. Total Population by Age Groups, by Zip Code, Alachua County
   and Florida, 2009.
                                              85+ Years of Age           75+ Years of Age
                               Total
             Area                                        Percent of                Percent of
                             Population     Number                     Number
                                                          Zip Code                  Zip Code
   32601 Gainesville               20,925        274             1.3        715             3.4
   32603 Gainesville                7,549         46             0.6        121             1.6
   32605 Gainesville               26,066        646             2.5      2,168             8.3
   32606 Gainesville               21,198        514             2.4      1,522             7.2
   32607 Gainesville               28,782        390             1.4      1,143             4.0
   32608 Gainesville               38,631        400             1.0      1,335             3.5
   32609 Gainesville               20,744        235             1.1        886             4.3
   32611 Gainesville                4,893            1           0.0          14            0.3
   32615 Alachua                   15,055        196             1.3        723             4.8
   32618 Archer                     9,978        108             1.1        423             4.2
   32631 Earleton                     600         10             1.7          38            6.3
   32640 Hawthorne                 12,330        219             1.8        899             7.3
   32641 Gainesville               13,459        169             1.3        593             4.4
   32643 High Springs              10,629        191             1.8        645             6.1
   32653 Gainesville               12,805        263             2.1        895             7.0
   32667 Micanopy                   5,111        116             2.3        390             7.6
   32669 Newberry                  10,245        127             1.2        481             4.7
   32694 Waldo                      1,996         35             1.8        120             6.0
   Zip Code Total                260,996       3,940             1.5     13,111             5.0
   Alachua County                247,537       3,725             1.5     12,232             4.9
   Florida                    19,021,613    523,980              2.8   1,738,782            9.1
   Source: ESRI Business Solutions, 2009.




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   Table TA-2 Cont. Total Population by Age Groups, by Zip Code, Alachua County and Florida, 2009.
                                              0-17 Years of Age           18-64 Years of Age         65+ Years of Age
                               Total
             Area                                       Percent of                   Percent of               Percent of
                             Population     Number                      Number                    Number
                                                         Zip Code                     Zip Code                 Zip Code
   32601 Gainesville               20,925      2,040              9.7      17,624          84.2       1,261             6.0
   32603 Gainesville                7,549        374              5.0        6,981         92.5         194             2.6
   32605 Gainesville               26,066      4,666          17.9         17,155          65.8       4,245         16.3
   32606 Gainesville               21,198      4,716          22.2         13,649          64.4       2,833         13.4
   32607 Gainesville               28,782      4,372          15.2         22,154          77.0       2,256             7.8
   32608 Gainesville               38,631      5,215          13.5         30,663          79.4       2,753             7.1
   32609 Gainesville               20,744      4,587          22.1         14,245          68.7       1,912             9.2
   32611 Gainesville                4,893        126              2.6        4,734         96.8          33             0.7
   32615 Alachua                   15,055      3,700          24.6           9,549         63.4       1,806         12.0
   32618 Archer                     9,978      2,420          24.3           6,477         64.9       1,081         10.8
   32631 Earleton                     600         99          16.5            402          67.0          99         16.5
   32640 Hawthorne                 12,330      2,583          20.9           7,598         61.6       2,149         17.4
   32641 Gainesville               13,459      4,165          30.9           7,836         58.2       1,458         10.8
   32643 High Springs              10,629      2,359          22.2           6,785         63.8       1,485         14.0
   32653 Gainesville               12,805      3,012          23.5           8,017         62.6       1,776         13.9
   32667 Micanopy                   5,111        910          17.8           3,279         64.2         922         18.0
   32669 Newberry                  10,245      2,398          23.4           6,643         64.8       1,204         11.8
   32694 Waldo                      1,996        416          20.8           1,267         63.5         313         15.7
   Zip Code Total                260,996      48,158          18.5        185,058          70.9     27,780          10.6
   Alachua County                247,537      45,220          18.3        176,692          71.4     25,625          10.4
   Florida                    19,021,613    4,074,811         21.4      11,521,275         60.6   3,425,527         18.0
   Source: ESRI Business Solutions, 2009.




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   Table TA-3. Total Population by Race, by Zip Code, Alachua County and Florida, 2009.
                               Total                       Asian                                  Black
             Area
                             Population     Number           Percent of Zip Code   Number          Percent of Zip Code
   32601 Gainesville               20,925       1,833                        8.8       5,225                     25.0
   32603 Gainesville                7,549       1,022                       13.5            665                    8.8
   32605 Gainesville               26,066       1,250                        4.8       2,477                       9.5
   32606 Gainesville               21,198       1,491                        7.0       1,796                       8.5
   32607 Gainesville               28,782       1,649                        5.7       5,052                     17.6
   32608 Gainesville               38,631       2,870                        7.4       5,080                     13.2
   32609 Gainesville               20,744            213                     1.0       9,943                     47.9
   32611 Gainesville                4,893            706                    14.4            746                  15.2
   32615 Alachua                   15,055            200                     1.3       3,520                     23.4
   32618 Archer                     9,978            194                     1.9       2,101                     21.1
   32631 Earleton                     600              3                     0.5             56                    9.3
   32640 Hawthorne                 12,330             23                     0.2       3,043                     24.7
   32641 Gainesville               13,459             26                     0.2      10,697                     79.5
   32643 High Springs              10,629             42                     0.4       1,758                     16.5
   32653 Gainesville               12,805            650                     5.1       2,206                     17.2
   32667 Micanopy                   5,111             22                     0.4       1,259                     24.6
   32669 Newberry                  10,245            103                     1.0       1,777                     17.3
   32694 Waldo                      1,996              9                     0.5            356                  17.8
   Zip Code Total                260,996       12,306                        4.7      57,757                     22.1
   Alachua County                247,537       12,278                        5.0      55,383                     22.4
   Florida                    19,021,613      422,353                        2.2    2,995,929                    15.8
   Source: ESRI Business Solutions, 2009.




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   Table TA-3 Cont. Total Population by Race, by Zip Code, Alachua County and Florida, 2009.
                               Total                       White                                     Other
             Area
                             Population     Number           Percent of Zip Code      Number           Percent of Zip Code
   32601 Gainesville               20,925      12,613                       60.3          1,254                        6.0
   32603 Gainesville                7,549        5,306                      70.3               556                     7.4
   32605 Gainesville               26,066      21,229                       81.4          1,110                        4.3
   32606 Gainesville               21,198      16,948                       80.0               963                     4.5
   32607 Gainesville               28,782      20,196                       70.2          1,885                        6.5
   32608 Gainesville               38,631      28,209                       73.0          2,472                        6.4
   32609 Gainesville               20,744        9,607                      46.3               981                     4.7
   32611 Gainesville                4,893        3,040                      62.1               401                     8.2
   32615 Alachua                   15,055      10,891                       72.3               444                     2.9
   32618 Archer                     9,978        7,402                      74.2               281                     2.8
   32631 Earleton                     600            523                    87.2                18                     3.0
   32640 Hawthorne                 12,330        8,847                      71.8               417                     3.4
   32641 Gainesville               13,459        2,450                      18.2               286                     2.1
   32643 High Springs              10,629        8,496                      79.9               333                     3.1
   32653 Gainesville               12,805        9,510                      74.3               439                     3.4
   32667 Micanopy                   5,111        3,681                      72.0               149                     2.9
   32669 Newberry                  10,245        8,079                      78.9               286                     2.8
   32694 Waldo                      1,996        1,549                      77.6                82                     4.1
   Zip Code Total                260,996      178,576                       68.4         12,357                        4.7
   Alachua County                247,537      168,072                       67.9         11,804                        4.8
   Florida                    19,021,613    14,205,393                      74.7       1,397,938                       7.3
   Source: ESRI Business Solutions, 2009.




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   Table TA-4. Total Population by Ethnicity, by Zip Code, Alachua County and Florida, 2009.
                                                     Hispanic                    Non Hispanic
                               Total
             Area
                             Population                     Percent of                    Percent of
                                            Number                         Number
                                                             Zip Code                      Zip Code

   32601 Gainesville               20,925       2,312               11.0       18,613             89.0
   32603 Gainesville                7,549       1,145               15.2         6,404            84.8
   32605 Gainesville               26,066       2,312                8.9       23,754             91.1
   32606 Gainesville               21,198       2,107                9.9       19,091             90.1
   32607 Gainesville               28,782       3,251               11.3       25,531             88.7
   32608 Gainesville               38,631       4,310               11.2       34,321             88.8
   32609 Gainesville               20,744       1,188                5.7       19,556             94.3
   32611 Gainesville                4,893            797            16.3         4,096            83.7
   32615 Alachua                   15,055            917             6.1       14,138             93.9
   32618 Archer                     9,978            528             5.3         9,450            94.7
   32631 Earleton                     600             17             2.8            583           97.2
   32640 Hawthorne                 12,330            492             4.0       11,838             96.0
   32641 Gainesville               13,459            226             1.7       13,233             98.3
   32643 High Springs              10,629            594             5.6       10,035             94.4
   32653 Gainesville               12,805       1,004                7.8       11,801             92.2
   32667 Micanopy                   5,111            284             5.6         4,827            94.4
   32669 Newberry                  10,245            486             4.7         9,759            95.3
   32694 Waldo                      1,996             65             3.3         1,931            96.7
   Zip Code Total                260,996       22,035                8.4      238,961             91.6
   Alachua County                247,537       21,254                8.6      226,283             91.4
   Florida                    19,021,613     4,085,950              21.5    14,935,663            78.5
   Source: ESRI Business Solutions, 2009.




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   Table TA-5. Total Population by Gender, by Zip Code, Alachua County and Florida, 2009.
                                                      Males                            Females
                               Total
             Area
                             Population                       Percent of                     Percent of
                                            Number                            Number
                                                               Zip Code                       Zip Code

   32601 Gainesville               20,925      10,448                 49.9       10,477              50.1
   32603 Gainesville                7,549       3,975                 52.7        3,574              47.3
   32605 Gainesville               26,066      12,396                 47.6       13,670              52.4
   32606 Gainesville               21,198      10,093                 47.6       11,105              52.4
   32607 Gainesville               28,782      14,435                 50.2       14,347              49.8
   32608 Gainesville               38,631      18,984                 49.1       19,647              50.9
   32609 Gainesville               20,744      10,824                 52.2        9,920              47.8
   32611 Gainesville                4,893       2,254                 46.1        2,639              53.9
   32615 Alachua                   15,055       7,268                 48.3        7,787              51.7
   32618 Archer                     9,978       4,877                 48.9        5,101              51.1
   32631 Earleton                     600            308              51.3             292           48.7
   32640 Hawthorne                 12,330       6,111                 49.6        6,219              50.4
   32641 Gainesville               13,459       6,106                 45.4        7,353              54.6
   32643 High Springs              10,629       5,170                 48.6        5,459              51.4
   32653 Gainesville               12,805       6,002                 46.9        6,803              53.1
   32667 Micanopy                   5,111       2,539                 49.7        2,572              50.3
   32669 Newberry                  10,245       5,090                 49.7        5,155              50.3
   32694 Waldo                      1,996            982              49.2        1,014              50.8
   Zip Code Total                260,996      127,862                 49.0      133,134              51.0
   Alachua County                247,537      121,221                 49.0      126,316              51.0
   Florida                    19,021,613     9,281,896                48.8     9,739,717             51.2
   Source: ESRI Business Solutions, 2009.




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   Table TA-6. Estimates of Population by City, Alachua County and Florida, 2008.

                              April 1, 2000 April 1, 2008      Total        Number of April 1, 2008    Percent of
              Area
                                Census       Estimate         Change         Inmates Less Inmates     County/State



   Alachua                            6,098         8,742         2,644             0         8,742              3.5

   Archer                             1,289         1,225            -64            0         1,225              0.5

   Gainesville                      95,447       124,491         29,044         1,193       123,298          49.2

   Hawthorne                          1,415         1,436              21           0         1,436              0.6

   High Springs                       3,863         4,855           992             0         4,855              1.9

   LaCrosse                            143            202              59           0           202              0.1

   Micanopy                            653            636            -17            0           636              0.3

   Newberry                           3,316         4,914         1,598             0         4,914              2.0

   Waldo                               821            836              15           0           836              0.3

   Total Incorporated              113,045       147,337         34,292         1,193       146,144          58.3

   Total Unincorporated            104,910       105,051            141           567       104,484          41.7

   Alachua County                  217,955       252,388         34,433         1,760       250,628              1.3

   Incorporated                  7,904,403      9,573,432     1,669,029        18,483     9,554,949          51.1

   Unincorporated                8,078,421      9,233,787     1,155,366       105,426     9,128,361          48.9

   Florida                      15,982,824    18,807,219      2,824,395       123,909    18,683,310         100.0

   Source: Bureau of Economic Business Research, University of Florida, Florida Estimates of Population, 2008.




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   Table TA-7. Total Estimated Number of Student Population by Zip Code, Alachua County and Florida, 2009.
                                           2009 Group Quarters
                                                                           Estimated Student Population *
                                               Population
                            2009                                                                   Percent of
           Area             Total                                     Estimated   Percent of
                                                        Percent of                                    Total
                          Population                                 Number From    Group
                                          Number          Total                                    Population
                                                                        Group      Quarter
                                                        Population                                  That Are
                                                                       Quarters  Population **
                                                                                                    Students

   32601 Gainesville           20,925        1,299             6.2           937           72.2              4.5
   32603 Gainesville             7,549       3,279            43.4         3,263           99.5             43.2
   32605 Gainesville           26,066          320             1.2            -             -                -
   32606 Gainesville           21,198          427             2.0            -             -                -
   32607 Gainesville           28,782          332             1.2           196           59.2              0.7
   32608 Gainesville           38,631          460             1.2                3         0.7              0.0
   32609 Gainesville           20,744        2,789            13.4           383           13.7              1.8
   32611 Gainesville             4,893       4,355            89.0                ---       NA                   ---
   32615 Alachua               15,055           19             0.1            -             -                -
   32618 Archer                  9,978              3          0.0            -             -                -
   32631 Earleton                  600          -              -                  ---       NA                   ---
   32640 Hawthorne             12,330               3          0.0            -             -                -
   32641 Gainesville           13,459           42             0.3            -             -                -
   32643 High Springs          10,629           59             0.6            -             -                -
   32653 Gainesville           12,805           27             0.2            -             -                -
   32667 Micanopy                5,111          19             0.4            -             -                -
   32669 Newberry              10,245           10             0.1            -             -                -
   32694 Waldo                   1,996              1          0.1            -             -                -
   Zip Code Total             260,996       13,444             5.2         8,886           66.1              3.4
   Alachua County             247,537       13,420             5.4         8,885           66.2              3.6
   Florida                   19,021,613       415,647               2.2         57,798         13.9        0.3
   NA: Zip Code was not available during the 2000 Census.
   * Student Population percents were calculated from the group quarter Population from the 2000 Census. This
   percent was then calculated against the 2009 group Population to determine what number were students.
   Then a percent of the students were calculated against the total 2009 Population.
   Zip Code 32611 is the Zip Code for the University of Florida. It also includes 32610 and 32612.
   ** This percent is from the 2000 Census.
   Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2000; ESRI Business Solutions, 2009.




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   Poverty Data Tables

   Table TA-8. Number and Percent by Level of Poverty by Zip Code, Alachua County and Florida, 2009.
                                                              0 - 99 % of Poverty                 100 - 149 % of Poverty
               Area                Total Population      Estimated                             Estimated
                                                                          Percent (2000)                        Percent (2000)
                                                       Number (2009)                         Number (2009)
   32601 Gainesville                         20,925             8,595                   41            3,321                15.9
   32603 Gainesville                          7,549             3,429                 45.4            1,305                17.3
   32605 Gainesville                         26,066             2,666                 10.2            1,315                 5.0
   32606 Gainesville                         21,198             1,525                  7.2            1,401                 6.6
   32607 Gainesville                         28,782             7,745                 26.9            3,112                10.8
   32608 Gainesville                         38,631            14,296                 37.0            3,702                 9.6
   32609 Gainesville                         20,744             4,908                 23.7            3,014                14.5
   32611 Gainesville                          4,893                 ---                NA                 ---               NA
   32615 Alachua                             15,055             2,042                 13.6            1,770                11.8
   32618 Archer                               9,978             1,550                 15.5              881                 8.8
   32631 Earleton                               600                 ---                NA                 ---               NA
   32640 Hawthorne                           12,330             1,871                 15.2            1,366                11.1
   32641 Gainesville                         13,459             4,269                 31.7            1,991                14.8
   32643 High Springs                        10,629             1,142                 10.7            1,034                 9.7
   32653 Gainesville                         12,805               791                  6.2              675                 5.3
   32667 Micanopy                             5,111               661                 12.9              471                 9.2
   32669 Newberry                            10,245               954                  9.3            1,166                11.4
   32694 Waldo                                1,996               310                 15.6              264                13.2
   Zip Code Total                           260,996            56,755                 22.2           26,787                10.5
   Alachua County                           247,537            56,342                 22.8           25,633                10.4
   Florida                               19,021,613         2,380,088                 12.5        1,745,729                 9.2
                                                             150 - 199 % of Poverty                 200% + of Poverty
               Area                Total Population      Estimated                             Estimated
                                                                          Percent (2000)                        Percent (2000)
                                                       Number (2009)                         Number (2009)
   32601 Gainesville                          20,925            1,762                  8.4           7,248                 34.6
   32603 Gainesville                           7,549              667                  8.8           2,148                 28.4
   32605 Gainesville                          26,066            1,668                  6.4          20,417                 78.3
   32606 Gainesville                          21,198            1,101                  5.2          17,171                 81.0
   32607 Gainesville                          28,782            2,051                  7.1          15,874                 55.2
   32608 Gainesville                          38,631            2,482                  6.4          18,152                 47.0
   32609 Gainesville                          20,744            2,303                 11.1          10,520                 50.7
   32611 Gainesville                           4,893                ---                NA                ---                NA
   32615 Alachua                              15,055            1,362                  9.0           9,881                 65.6
   32618 Archer                                9,978              959                  9.6           6,588                 66.0
   32631 Earleton                                600                ---                NA                ---                NA
   32640 Hawthorne                            12,330            1,180                  9.6           7,913                 64.2
   32641 Gainesville                          13,459            1,656                 12.3           5,543                 41.2
   32643 High Springs                         10,629            1,231                 11.6           7,222                 68.0
   32653 Gainesville                          12,805              702                  5.5          10,637                 83.1
   32667 Micanopy                              5,111              261                  5.1           3,718                 72.7
   32669 Newberry                             10,245            1,251                 12.2           6,874                 67.1
   32694 Waldo                                 1,996              198                  9.9           1,223                 61.3
   Zip Code Total                           260,996            20,834                  8.2         151,127                 59.1
   Alachua County                           247,537            19,691                  8.0         145,870                 58.9
   Florida                               19,021,613         1,798,609                  9.5      13,097,187                 68.9
   NA: Zip Code was not available during the 2000 census.
   Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2000; ESRI Business Solutions, 2009.




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   Table TA-9. Number and Percent of Individuals, Children and Households in Poverty by Zip Code, Alachua County and
   Florida, 2009.
                                          Individuals                             Children (0-17 years of age)
           Area                          Estimated Number       Percent                  Estimated Number        Percent
                          Total Number                                   Total Number
                                             in Poverty          (2000)                      in Poverty           (2000)
   32601 Gainesville            20,925               8,595          41.1         2,040                  482          23.6
   32603 Gainesville             7,549               3,429          45.4           374                  133          35.4
   32605 Gainesville            26,066               2,666          10.2         4,666                  486          10.4
   32606 Gainesville            21,198               1,525           7.2         4,716                  197           4.2
   32607 Gainesville            28,782               7,745          26.9         4,372                  970          22.2
   32608 Gainesville            38,631              14,296          37.0         5,215                  898          17.2
   32609 Gainesville            20,744               4,908          23.7         4,587                1,487          32.4
   32611 Gainesville             4,893                    ---         NA           126                    ---          NA
   32615 Alachua                15,055               2,042          13.6         3,700                  656          17.7
   32618 Archer                  9,978               1,550          15.5         2,420                  580          24.0
   32631 Earleton                  600                    ---         NA            99                    ---          NA
   32640 Hawthorne              12,330               1,871          15.2         2,583                  574          22.2
   32641 Gainesville            13,459               4,269          31.7         4,165                1,838          44.1
   32643 High Springs           10,629               1,142          10.7         2,359                  320          13.6
   32653 Gainesville            12,805                  791          6.2         3,012                  202           6.7
   32667 Micanopy                5,111                  661         12.9           910                  222          24.4
   32669 Newberry               10,245                  954          9.3         2,398                  268          11.2
   32694 Waldo                   1,996                  310         15.6           416                   76          18.2
   Zip Code Total              260,996              56,755          22.2        48,158                9,388          19.6
   Alachua County              247,537              56,342          22.8        45,220                8,985          19.9
   Florida                  19,021,613           2,380,088          12.5    4,074,811              717,478           17.6
                                          Households
           Area                           Estimated Number Percent
                          Total Number
                                              in Poverty        (2000)
   32601 Gainesville              9,609               3,913        40.7
   32603 Gainesville              2,294               1,018        44.4
   32605 Gainesville             11,226               1,104         9.8
   32606 Gainesville              8,837                  702        7.9
   32607 Gainesville             13,192               3,715        28.2
   32608 Gainesville             17,677               6,485        36.7
   32609 Gainesville              7,603               1,636        21.5
   32611 Gainesville                214                    ---       NA
   32615 Alachua                  5,987                  843       14.1
   32618 Archer                   3,859                  581       15.1
   32631 Earleton                   244                    ---       NA
   32640 Hawthorne                4,984                  761       15.3
   32641 Gainesville              4,919               1,450        29.5
   32643 High Springs             4,213                  402        9.5
   32653 Gainesville              5,346                  335        6.3
   32667 Micanopy                 2,259                  309       13.7
   32669 Newberry                 4,000                  397        9.9
   32694 Waldo                      883                  139       15.7
   Zip Code Total               260,996              23,791         9.1
   Alachua County               102,020              23,697        23.2
   Florida                    7,543,002             884,451        11.7
   NA: Zip Code was not available during the 2000 census.
   Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2000; ESRI Business Solutions, 2009.




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   Table TA-10. Number and Percent of Children 0-17 Years of Age by Level of Poverty, by Zip Code, Alachua County and
   Florida, 2009.
                                             At 100% of Poverty        At 100-200% of Poverty     At 200% + of Poverty
                                Total
                             Population
             Area                           Estimated     Percent of   Estimated     Percent of   Estimated     Percent of
                                0-17
                                             Number        Zip Code     Number        Zip Code     Number        Zip Code
                             years of age
                                              (2009)        (2000)       (2009)        (2000)       (2009)        (2000)

   32601 Gainesville              2,040           482          23.6           764         37.4          794          38.9
   32603 Gainesville                 374          133          35.4           115         30.7          127          33.9
   32605 Gainesville              4,666           486          10.4           521         11.2         3,658         78.4
   32606 Gainesville              4,716           197           4.2           756         16.0         3,763         79.8
   32607 Gainesville              4,372           970          22.2           732         16.7         2,671         61.1
   32608 Gainesville              5,215           898          17.2         1,024         19.6         3,294         63.2
   32609 Gainesville              4,587         1,487          32.4         1,368         29.8         1,732         37.8
   32611 Gainesville                 126            ---           NA           ---          NA            ---          NA
   32615 Alachua                  3,700           656          17.7           984         26.6         2,060         55.7
   32618 Archer                   2,420           580          24.0           429         17.7         1,411         58.3
   32631 Earleton                     99            ---           NA           ---          NA            ---          NA
   32640 Hawthorne                2,583           574          22.2           623         24.1         1,386         53.7
   32641 Gainesville              4,165         1,838          44.1         1,313         31.5         1,015         24.4
   32643 High Springs             2,359           320          13.6           571         24.2         1,467         62.2
   32653 Gainesville              3,012           202           6.7           430         14.3         2,380         79.0
   32667 Micanopy                    910          222          24.4           180         19.7          508          55.8
   32669 Newberry                 2,398           268          11.2           713         29.7         1,417         59.1
   32694 Waldo                       416           76          18.2           134         32.2          206          49.6
   Zip Code Total                48,158         9,388          19.6        10,656         22.2       27,889          58.2
   Alachua County                45,220         8,985          19.9        10,085         22.3       26,150          57.8
   Florida                    4,074,811       717,478          17.6      956,847          23.5    2,400,486          58.9
   NA: Zip Code was not available during the 2000 census.
   Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2000; ESRI Business Solutions, 2009.




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   Table TA-11. Number and Percent of Adults 18-64 Years of Age by Level of Poverty, by Zip Code, Alachua County and
   Florida, 2009.

                                           At 100% of Poverty        At 100-200% of Poverty     At 200% + of Poverty
                             Total
                          Population
             Area
                            18 - 64      Estimated      Percent of   Estimated     Percent of   Estimated    Percent of
                          years of age    Number         Zip Code     Number        Zip Code     Number       Zip Code
                                           (2009)         (2000)       (2009)        (2000)       (2009)       (2000)


   32601 Gainesville           17,624         8,020          45.5         3,840         21.8        5,763         32.7
   32603 Gainesville             6,981        3,371          48.3         1,835         26.3        1,775         25.4
   32605 Gainesville           17,155         2,006          11.7         2,130         12.4       13,018         75.9
   32606 Gainesville           13,649         1,193           8.7         1,315          9.6       11,142         81.6
   32607 Gainesville           22,154         6,515          29.4         4,112         18.6       11,527         52.0
   32608 Gainesville           30,663        13,071          42.6         4,734         15.4       12,859         41.9
   32609 Gainesville           14,245         2,963          20.8         3,362         23.6        7,920         55.6
   32611 Gainesville             4,734            ---           NA           ---          NA           ---          NA
   32615 Alachua                 9,549        1,146          12.0         1,591         16.7        6,813         71.3
   32618 Archer                  6,477          830          12.8         1,108         17.1        4,539         70.1
   32631 Earleton                 402             ---           NA           ---          NA           ---          NA
   32640 Hawthorne               7,598          974          12.8         1,325         17.4        5,300         69.8
   32641 Gainesville             7,836        2,084          26.6         1,872         23.9        3,880         49.5
   32643 High Springs            6,785          686          10.1         1,203         17.7        4,896         72.2
   32653 Gainesville             8,017          490           6.1          740           9.2        6,786         84.6
   32667 Micanopy                3,279          319           9.7          453          13.8        2,507         76.5
   32669 Newberry                6,643          539           8.1         1,366         20.6        4,738         71.3
   32694 Waldo                   1,267          161          12.7          255          20.1          851         67.2
   Zip Code Total             185,058        44,368          24.0       31,241          16.9      104,313         56.4
   Alachua County             176,692        45,016          25.5       30,045          17.0      101,631         57.5
   Florida                 11,521,275    1,332,795           11.6     1,894,172         16.4    8,294,308         72.0
   NA: Zip Code was not available during the 2000 census.
   Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2000; ESRI Business Solutions, 2009.




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   Table TA-12. Number and Percent of Seniors 65+ Years of Age by Level of Poverty, by Zip Code, Alachua County and
   Florida, 2009.
                                           At 100% of Poverty        At 100-200% of Poverty    At 200% + of Poverty
                              Total
                           Population
             Area                         Estimated                  Estimated                Estimated
                              65 +                     Percent                     Percent                  Percent
                                           Number                     Number                   Number
                           years of age                 (2000)                      (2000)                   (2000)
                                            (2009)                     (2009)                   (2009)

   32601 Gainesville            1,261          202         16.0            416         33.0         643         51.0
   32603 Gainesville               194           7          3.7             16          8.0         171         88.3
   32605 Gainesville            4,245          148          3.5            321          7.6       3,776         89.0
   32606 Gainesville            2,833          150          5.3            412         14.5       2,271         80.2
   32607 Gainesville            2,256          158          7.0            295         13.1       1,803         79.9
   32608 Gainesville            2,753          230          8.4            410         14.9       2,113         76.8
   32609 Gainesville            1,912          389         20.3            541         28.3         983         51.4
   32611 Gainesville                33           ---            NA           ---         NA           ---         NA
   32615 Alachua                1,806          229         12.7            548         30.3       1,029         57.0
   32618 Archer                 1,081          135         12.5            296         27.4         650         60.1
   32631 Earleton                   99           ---            NA           ---         NA           ---         NA
   32640 Hawthorne              2,149          288         13.4            588         27.4       1,273         59.2
   32641 Gainesville            1,458          239         16.4            429         29.4         791         54.2
   32643 High Springs           1,485          113          7.6            471         31.7         901         60.7
   32653 Gainesville            1,776           97          5.4            205         11.6       1,474         83.0
   32667 Micanopy                  922         117         12.7            100         10.8         705         76.5
   32669 Newberry               1,204          143         11.9            310         25.8         751         62.4
   32694 Waldo                     313          67         21.4             63         20.2         183         58.4
   Zip Code Total              27,780        2,712          9.8          5,420         19.5      19,516         70.3
   Alachua County              25,625        2,486          9.7          4,891         19.1      18,248         71.2
   Florida                  3,425,527      310,602          9.1        677,804         19.8   2,437,121         71.1
   NA: Zip Code was not available during the 2000 census.
   Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2000; ESRI Business Solutions, 2009.




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   Income Data Tables

   Table TA-13. Median Household Income, Average Household Income and Per Capita Income by Zip Code, Alachua County
   and Florida, 2009.
                                                                                              Per
                                    Median Household            Average Household
                    Area                                                                     Capita
                                        Income                       Income
                                                                                            Income

   32601 Gainesville                               21,882                   31,871                  15,641
   32603 Gainesville                               17,305                   28,329                  15,644
   32605 Gainesville                               61,507                   80,093                  34,693
   32606 Gainesville                               62,610                   81,059                  34,118
   32607 Gainesville                               34,699                   52,051                  24,044
   32608 Gainesville                               31,334                   51,742                  23,869
   32609 Gainesville                               34,189                   41,667                  17,449
   32611 Gainesville                               12,904                   15,962                  15,112
   32615 Alachua                                   50,945                   64,590                  25,707
   32618 Archer                                    53,500                   63,803                  24,680
   32631 Earleton                                  47,862                   52,779                  21,464
   32640 Hawthorne                                 41,230                   48,354                  19,550
   32641 Gainesville                               29,262                   37,322                  13,690
   32643 High Springs                              42,103                   49,197                  19,589
   32653 Gainesville                               61,295                   74,441                  31,112
   32667 Micanopy                                  50,704                   63,392                  28,080
   32669 Newberry                                  45,428                   54,629                  21,345
   32694 Waldo                                     41,206                   54,005                  23,904
   Zip Code Total                                        ---                       ---              23,797
   Alachua County                                  40,654                   56,216                  24,047
   Florida                                         50,413                   67,518                  27,128
   Source: ESRI Business Solutions, 2009.



   Unemployment Data

   Table TA-14. Unemployment Rates by Year, Alachua County and Florida, 2004-2009.
             Area           2004            2005               2006         2007           2008          2009



   Alachua County                  3.4             2.9                2.7          3.0            4.2           6.9


   Florida                         4.7             3.8                3.4          4.1            6.2        10.5
   Source: Florida Research and Economic Database accessed February 2010.




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   Business and Employees Data Tables

   Table TA-15. Number of Employees in Non-Governmental Businesses by Size of Business, Alachua County and Florida,
   2002.
                                                                                Size of Business
                       Total
       Area                            Less then 20 employees                   20 - 99 employees               100+ employees
                     Employees
                                       Number             Percent           Number            Percent         Number          Percent
   Alachua                82,235              15,781            19.2            14,577                17.7       51,877            63.1
   Florida              6,366,964      1,205,396                18.9          1,016,969               16.0    4,144,599            65.1

   The U.S. Census Bureau determines the number of employees from a sample of businesses; thus, total employees
   reflects the total employees in the sample. Governmental and public administration businesses are not included in
   the sample.
   Source: U.S. Census Bureau, County Business Patterns Special Report, 2002.

   Table TA-16. Number of Non-Governmental Businesses by Size of Business, by Zip Code, Alachua County and Florida,
   2007.
                                                                                   Size of Business
                                   Total
                                 Business         Less then 20 employees          20 - 99 employees            100+ employees
              Area
                                 Establish-
                                   ments                       Percent of                     Percent of                  Percent of
                                                  Number                        Number                       Number
                                                                Zip Code                       Zip Code                    Zip Code
   32601 Gainesville                    836              714           85.4          109            13.0             13          1.6
   32603 Gainesville                      83              65           78.3           14            16.9              4          4.8
   32605 Gainesville                    663              557           84.0           90            13.6             16          2.4
   32606 Gainesville                    791              690           87.2           89            11.3             12          1.5
   32607 Gainesville                    552              468           84.8           70            12.7             14          2.5
   32608 Gainesville                    821              660           80.4          126            15.3             35          4.3
   32609 Gainesville                    656              555           84.6           88            13.4             13          2.0
   32611 Gainesville                      39              30           76.9               7         17.9              2          5.1
   32615 Alachua                        397              347           87.4           43            10.8              7          1.8
   32618 Archer                           90              88           97.8               2           2.2             0          0.0
   32631 Earleton                             7            7        100.0                 0           0.0             0          0.0
   32640 Hawthorne                      131              124           94.7               6           4.6             1          0.8
   32641 Gainesville                    108               99           91.7               7           6.5             2          1.9
   32643 High Springs                   248              237           95.6               8           3.2             3          1.2
   32653 Gainesville                    269              232           86.2           34            12.6              3          1.1
   32667 Micanopy                         78              70           89.7               7           9.0             1          1.3
   32669 Newberry                       296             274            92.6           17              5.7            5           1.7
   32694 Waldo                           29              27            93.1            2              6.9        -               0.0
   Zip Code Total                     6,094            5,244           86.1         719             11.8        131              2.1
   Alachua County                     5,991            5,148           85.9         714             11.9        129              2.2
   Florida                          523,461        463,729             88.6      49,250               9.4     10,482             2.0
   The U.S. Census Bureau determines from a sample of businesses; thus, these are not all businesses in the County
   but a representative sample of businesses. Governmental and public administration businesses are not included
   in the sample.
   Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2000; County Business Patterns, 2007.




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   Table TA-17. Retail Trade and Service (Non-Governmental) Businesses by Zip Code, Alachua County and Florida, 2007.
                                                              Retail Trade *                     Services *

              Area               Total Businesses                      Percent of Zip                   Percent of Zip
                                                         Number                           Number
                                                                           Code                             Code

   32601 Gainesville                           836              132             15.8             518             62.0
   32603 Gainesville                             83               12            14.5               60            72.3
   32605 Gainesville                           663              170             25.6             375             56.6
   32606 Gainesville                           791                77             9.7             440             55.6
   32607 Gainesville                           552                62            11.2             328             59.4
   32608 Gainesville                           821              151             18.4             418             50.9
   32609 Gainesville                           656              141             21.5             249             38.0
   32611 Gainesville                             39                6            15.4               28            71.8
   32615 Alachua                               397                49            12.3             175             44.1
   32618 Archer                                  90                7             7.8               36            40.0
   32631 Earleton                                 7                1            14.3                1            14.3
   32640 Hawthorne                             131                21            16.0               54            41.2
   32641 Gainesville                           108                23            21.3               59            54.6
   32643 High Springs                          248                47            19.0             102             41.1
   32653 Gainesville                           269                22             8.2             113             42.0
   32667 Micanopy                                78               14            17.9               37            47.4
   32669 Newberry                              296                41            13.9             111             37.5
   32694 Waldo                                   29               10            34.5               12            41.4
   Zip Code Total                            6,094              986             16.2           3,116             51.1
   Alachua County                            5,991              978             16.3           3,076             51.3
   Florida                                 523,461           73,529             14.0         251,165             48.0
   The U.S. Census Bureau determines this from a sample of businesses; thus, total businesses reflects the total
   businesses in the sample. Governmental and public administration businesses are not included in the sample.
   * North American Industry Classification (NAIC) codes for retail trade: 44-45; services: 54-56, 61, 62, 71, 72, 81.
   Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2000; County Business Patterns, 2007.




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   Education Data Table
   Table TA-18. Number and Percent by Level of School Completed by Zip Code, Alachua County and Florida, 2009.
                               Total       No High School Diploma       High School Diploma            College Degree
                             Population
            Area                            Estimated                  Estimated                    Estimated
                                25 +                       Percent                      Percent                      Percent
                                             Number                     Number                       Number
                            Years of Age                    (2000)                       (2000)                       (2000)
                                              (2009)                     (2009)                       (2009)

   32601 Gainesville               8,916         1,236        13.9             2,578        28.9        5,101           57.2
   32603 Gainesville               1,962            40         2.0              194          9.9        1,728           88.1
   32605 Gainesville              18,654         1,049         5.6             5,781        31.0       11,823           63.4
   32606 Gainesville              14,525           516         3.6             4,738        32.6        9,271           63.8
   32607 Gainesville              15,179           832         5.5             5,298        34.9        9,049           59.6
   32608 Gainesville              18,840         1,508         8.0             5,945        31.6       11,387           60.4
   32609 Gainesville              13,394         3,039        22.7             6,904        51.5        3,451           25.8
   32611 Gainesville                 446             ---       NA                 ---        NA                ---       NA
   32615 Alachua                  10,172         1,634        16.1             5,044        49.6        3,494           34.3
   32618 Archer                    6,792         1,172        17.3             3,571        52.6        2,049           30.2
   32631 Earleton                    461             ---       NA                 ---        NA                ---       NA
   32640 Hawthorne                 8,818         1,936        22.0             4,917        55.8        1,965           22.3
   32641 Gainesville               7,713         2,317        30.0             4,097        53.1        1,299           16.8
   32643 High Springs              7,398         1,277        17.3             4,311        58.3        1,810           24.5
   32653 Gainesville               8,794           606         6.9             3,615        41.1        4,573           52.0
   32667 Micanopy                  3,883           569        14.7             1,687        43.5        1,627           41.9
   32669 Newberry                  7,015         1,233        17.6             3,873        55.2        1,909           27.2
   32694 Waldo                     1,436           266        18.6              832         57.9          338           23.5
   Zip Code Total                154,398        19,231        12.5            63,386        41.3       70,874           46.2
   Alachua County                144,869        17,308        11.9            57,567        39.7       69,994           48.3
   Florida                   13,279,221      2,673,935        20.1 6,707,738                50.5    3,897,549           29.4
   NA: Zip Code was not available during the 2000 census.
   Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2000; ESRI Business Solutions, 2009.




   Uninsured Data Tables

   Table TA-19. Estimated Number of Uninsured Non Elderly, Alachua County and Florida, 2009.
                             2009                   Uninsured *                         Uninsured **
                             Total
         Area              Population         Percent        Estimated            Percent          Estimated
                             0 - 64            (2004)         Number               (2006)           Number
                          Years of Age

   Alachua County                221,912            13.4             29,736              28.0          62,135

   Florida                     15,596,086             19.2      2,994,449              24.9     3,883,425
   This data is also displayed in the Health Care Access and Utilization Section of the report.
   * Based on the 2004 Florida Health Insurance Study.
   ** Based on the 2006 U.S. Census Bureau Small Area Health Insurance Study.
   Source: ESRI Business Solutions, 2009; Agency for Health Care Administration, Florida Health
   Insurance Study, 2004; U.S. Census Bureau, Small Area Health Insurance Estimates, State and County
   by Demographic and Income Characteristics, 2006.




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   Table TA-20. Estimated Number of Uninsured Non Elderly Population by Zip Code, Alachua County and Florida, 2009.
                                         Total                            Uninsured
                                       Population
                Area
                                         0 - 64                                        Estimated
                                                               Percent
                                      Years of Age                                      Number
   32601 Gainesville                          19,664                       16.0                  3,146
   32603 Gainesville                           7,355                       17.4                  1,280
   32605 Gainesville                          21,821                       11.9                  2,597
   32606 Gainesville                          18,365                       11.9                  2,185
   32607 Gainesville                          26,526                       14.8                  3,926
   32608 Gainesville                          35,878                       15.3                  5,489
   32609 Gainesville                          18,832                       13.3                  2,505
   32611 Gainesville                           4,860                        NA                       ---
   32615 Alachua                              13,249                       11.1                  1,471
   32618 Archer                                8,897                       11.2                    996
   32631 Earleton                                501                        NA                       ---
   32640 Hawthorne                            10,181                       11.0                  1,120
   32641 Gainesville                          12,001                       12.4                  1,488
   32643 High Springs                          9,144                       10.9                    997
   32653 Gainesville                          11,029                       11.5                  1,268
   32667 Micanopy                              4,189                       11.1                    465
   32669 Newberry                              9,041                       11.1                  1,004
   32694 Waldo                                 1,683                       10.7                    180
   Zip Code Total                           233,216                        12.9                30,117
   Alachua County                           221,912                        13.4                29,736
   Florida                                15,596,086                        19.2              2,994,449
   This data is also displayed in the Health Care Access and Utilization Section of the report.
   Source: Agency for Health Care Administration, Florida Health Insurance Study, 2004; ESRI
   Business Solutions, 2009.




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   Table TA-21. Number and Percent Uninsured by Age Groups for All Income Levels, Alachua County and Florida, 2006.


                                                                                        Percent         MOE1 for Percent
                                                                    Number in
                                                                                      Uninsured in        Uninsured in
                             Number of       MOE1 For Number       Demographic
             Area                                                                     Demographic         Demographic
                             Uninsured         Uninsured           Group2 for All
                                                                                       Group2 for All     Group for All
                                                                  Income Levels
                                                                                      Income Levels      Income Levels



                                         Under 65 years of age, All Income Levels


   Alachua County                  57,977                5,925            206,961               28.0                 2.9

   Florida                     3,730,428                86,511        14,957,583                24.9                 0.6
                                            18 - 64 years of age, All Income Levels


   Alachua County                  50,583                5,667            162,038               31.2                 3.5

   Florida                     2,989,019                76,081        10,919,782                27.4                 0.7
                                            40 - 64 years of age, All Income Levels


   Alachua County                  10,627                2,181             65,614               16.2                 3.3

   Florida                     1,283,648                44,162          5,917,879               21.7                 0.7
                                         Under 19 years of age, All Income Levels


   Alachua County                   8,448                1,962             48,692               17.3                 4.0

   Florida                         804,667            68,144           4,259,503                18.9                 1.6
   This data is also displayed in the Health Care Access and Utilization Section of the report.
   1
     A margin of error (MOE) is the difference between an estimate and its upper or lower confidence bounds.
   Confidence bounds can be created by adding a margin of error to the estimate (for an upper bound) and
   subtracting the margin of error from the estimate (for a lower bound). All published margins of error for the Small
   Area Health Insurance Estimates program are based on a 90 percent confidence level.
   2
     The number in a demographic group is the number of people in the poverty universe in that age, sex, and
   race/Hispanic origin group.
   Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Small Area Health Insurance Estimates, State and County by Demographic and
   Income Characteristics, 2006.




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   Perspectives on Health Status and Healthful Living
   Perspectives on Health Status and Healthful Living data are presented at the county level and state level for each
   indicator. Zip Code level data are presented where available.

   Mortality Data Tables

   Table TA-22. Top 10 Causes of Death Rates for All Races, Alachua County and Florida, 1999-2008.
                                               Alachua County                                  Florida

          Cause of Death
                                    Total                      Age Adjusted     Total                      Age Adjusted
                                                Crude Rate                                  Crude Rate
                                   Deaths                          Rate        Deaths                          Rate

                                                             1999

   All Causes                         1,455           871.2          682.0      162,122           810.2          1,034.0
   Cancer (2)                           339           158.9          203.8       38,182           243.5            190.1
   Heart Disease (1)                    282           132.2          170.9       51,124           326.1            247.2
   Unintentional Injuries (4)             64           30.0           31.2         5,994           38.2             36.1
    MV Crashes                            31           14.5           13.5         2,288           14.6             14.3
   Stroke (5)                           132            61.9           81.9       10,512            67.0             50.5
   CLRD (3)                               88           41.2           53.7         9,146           58.3             43.4
   Diabetes (6)                           51           23.9           30.3         4,414           28.2             21.9
   Alzheimer's Disease (7)                32           15.0           20.1         3,057           19.5             14.3
   Suicide (9)                            27           12.7           14.2         2,068           13.2             12.5
   Nephritis (8)                          16            7.5            8.6         1,678           10.7                 7.5
   Hypertension (13)                      14            6.6            8.7         1,213            7.7                 5.9
                                                             2000

   All Causes                         1,535           888.9          700.1      162,839           795.1          1,013.0
   Cancer (2)                           352           160.6          203.7       38,622           240.3            187.8
   Heart Disease (1)                    299           136.4          176.6       50,016           311.1            235.9
   Unintentional Injuries (4)             66           30.1           33.0         6,388           39.7             37.8
    MV Crashes                            33           15.1           14.5         2,669           16.6             16.4
   Stroke (5)                           115            52.5           68.4       10,381            64.6             48.6
   CLRD (3)                               77           35.1           45.2         8,605           53.5             39.9
   Diabetes (6)                           55           25.1           31.9         4,463           27.8             21.5
   Alzheimer's Disease (7)                49           22.4           29.8         3,257           20.3             14.8
   Suicide (9)                            28           12.8           14.8         2,136           13.3             12.6
   Nephritis (8)                          18            8.2           10.7         1,896           11.8                 8.5
   Hypertension (13)                      28           12.8           16.4         1,293            8.0                 6.1

   Rankings are based on the 2008 year total deaths for Alachua County and are in order in the table by that ranking.
   Numbers in ()'s are ranking for Florida for 2008.
   Source: www.FloridaCHARTS.com, accessed January 2010.




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   Table TA-22 Cont. Top 10 Causes of Deaths Rates for All Races, Alachua County and Florida, 1999-
   2008.
                                               Alachua County                                  Florida

          Cause of Death
                                    Total                      Age Adjusted     Total                      Age Adjusted
                                                Crude Rate                                  Crude Rate
                                   Deaths                          Rate        Deaths                          Rate

                                                             2001

   All Causes                         1,582           897.8          705.0      167,181           796.4          1,018.6
   Cancer (2)                           369           164.4          209.3       38,835           236.6            184.0
   Heart Disease (1)                    311           138.6          179.7       50,329           306.7            231.4
   Unintentional Injuries (4)             70           31.2           34.9         6,872           41.9             39.8
    MV Crashes                            38           16.9           17.4         3,016           18.4             18.1
   Stroke (5)                           125            55.7           72.6       10,376            63.2             47.4
   CLRD (3)                               90           40.1           52.3         8,916           54.3             40.5
   Diabetes (6)                           45           20.1           25.4         4,583           27.9             21.6
   Alzheimer's Disease (7)                56           25.0           33.3         3,632           22.1             16.1
   Suicide (9)                            30           13.4           15.4         2,290           14.0             13.3
   Nephritis (8)                          25           11.1           14.3         2,279           13.9             10.1
   Hypertension (13)                      13            5.8            7.6         1,253            7.6                 5.8
                                                             2002

   All Causes                         1,530           832.0          666.6      167,702           766.2            999.9
   Cancer (2)                           353           153.8          193.9       38,928           232.1            177.0
   Heart Disease (1)                    308           134.2          168.6       49,062           292.5            215.1
   Unintentional Injuries (4)             69           30.1           33.6         7,361           43.9             41.4
    MV Crashes                            29           12.6           13.0         3,179           19.0             18.6
   Stroke (5)                           104            45.3           57.6       10,243            61.1             44.6
   CLRD (3)                               71           30.9           39.7         9,045           53.9             39.1
   Diabetes (6)                           46           20.0           25.0         4,574           27.3             20.7
   Alzheimer's Disease (7)                60           26.1           33.4         4,046           24.1             17.0
   Suicide (9)                            31           13.5           14.9         2,332           13.9             13.2
   Nephritis (8)                          29           12.6           16.0         2,224           13.3                 9.4
   Hypertension (13)                      18            7.8            9.9         1,445            8.6                 6.3

   Rankings are based on the 2008 year total deaths for Alachua County and are in order in the table by that ranking.
   Numbers in ()'s are ranking for Florida for 2008.
   Source: www.FloridaCHARTS.com, accessed January 2010.




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   Table TA-22 Cont. Top 10 Causes of Deaths Rates for All Races, Alachua County and Florida, 1999-
   2008.
                                               Alachua County                                  Florida

          Cause of Death
                                    Total                      Age Adjusted     Total                      Age Adjusted
                                                Crude Rate                                  Crude Rate
                                   Deaths                          Rate        Deaths                          Rate

                                                             2003

   All Causes                         1,602           861.9          690.2      168,459           757.7            981.5
   Cancer (2)                           367           158.1          197.6       39,238           228.6            175.4
   Heart Disease (1)                    302           130.1          165.3       48,129           280.4            208.0
   Unintentional Injuries (4)             90           38.8           45.8         7,901           46.0             43.5
    MV Crashes                            28           12.1           12.6         3,237           18.9             18.6
   Stroke (5)                           110            47.4           60.7         9,873           57.5             42.4
   CLRD (3)                               93           40.1           51.0         9,030           52.6             38.5
   Diabetes (6)                           39           16.8           21.2         4,754           27.7             21.2
   Alzheimer's Disease (7)                65           28.0           36.2         4,311           25.1             17.9
   Suicide (9)                            37           15.9           16.9         2,294           13.4             12.7
   Nephritis (8)                          29           12.5           14.7         2,290           13.3                 9.5
   Hypertension (13)                      14            6.0            7.5         1,556            9.1                 6.7
                                                             2004

   All Causes                         1,557           790.2          655.9      168,364           723.4            955.9
   Cancer (2)                           348           146.6          179.2       39,502           224.3            171.6
   Heart Disease (1)                    281           118.4          142.5       46,839           265.9            191.1
   Unintentional Injuries (4)             88           37.1           41.9         8,176           46.4             43.4
    MV Crashes                            28           11.8           12.3         3,282           18.6             18.3
   Stroke (5)                             97           40.9           49.6         9,661           54.9             39.2
   CLRD (3)                               75           31.6           39.3         8,931           50.7             36.8
   Diabetes (6)                           43           18.1           21.7         4,790           27.2             20.7
   Alzheimer's Disease (7)                69           29.1           35.2         4,294           24.4             16.3
   Suicide (9)                            24           10.1           11.5         2,382           13.5             12.8
   Nephritis (8)                          35           14.7           17.7         2,238           12.7                 9.2
   Hypertension (13)                      15            6.3            7.8         1,696            9.6                 6.9

   Rankings are based on the 2008 year total deaths for Alachua County and are in order in the table by that ranking.
   Numbers in ()'s are ranking for Florida for 2008.
   Source: www.FloridaCHARTS.com, accessed January 2010.




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   Table TA-22 Cont. Top 10 Causes of Deaths Rates for All Races, Alachua County and Florida, 1999-
   2008.
                                               Alachua County                                  Florida

          Cause of Death
                                    Total                      Age Adjusted     Total                      Age Adjusted
                                                Crude Rate                                  Crude Rate
                                   Deaths                          Rate        Deaths                          Rate

                                                             2005

   All Causes                         1,554           795.8          642.5      170,300           723.7            945.1
   Cancer (2)                           366           151.3          188.6       40,321           223.8            172.1
   Heart Disease (1)                    290           119.9          150.4       45,992           255.2            186.2
   Unintentional Injuries (4)             85           35.1           39.7         8,744           48.5             45.6
    MV Crashes                            35           14.5           14.4         3,491           19.4             19.2
   Stroke (5)                             94           38.9           49.5         9,321           51.7             37.6
   CLRD (3)                               82           33.9           43.6         9,454           52.5             38.3
   Diabetes (6)                           51           21.1           26.4         5,181           28.8             21.9
   Alzheimer's Disease (7)                51           21.1           27.0         4,600           25.5             17.5
   Suicide (9)                            26           10.8           12.0         2,308           12.8             12.2
   Nephritis (8)                          36           14.9           18.6         2,386           13.2                 9.7
   Hypertension (13)                      24            9.9           12.7         1,807           10.0                 7.3
                                                             2006

   All Causes                         1,634           810.7          667.9      169,365           695.3            918.4
   Cancer (2)                           396           161.9          199.6       40,081           217.4            165.2
   Heart Disease (1)                    315           128.8          159.2       43,968           238.4            171.4
   Unintentional Injuries (4)             99           40.5           44.5         8,837           47.9             45.0
    MV Crashes                            47           19.2           18.9         3,418           18.5             18.4
   Stroke (5)                             98           40.1           49.0         8,864           48.1             34.5
   CLRD (3)                               69           28.2           35.2         8,869           48.1             34.8
   Diabetes (6)                           58           23.7           28.7         5,137           27.9             20.9
   Alzheimer's Disease (7)                63           25.8           31.3         4,679           25.4             17.0
   Suicide (9)                            23            9.4           10.9         2,410           13.1             12.3
   Nephritis (8)                          24            9.8           12.2         2,587           14.0             10.2
   Hypertension (13)                      27           11.0           13.4         1,826            9.9                 7.1

   Rankings are based on the 2008 year total deaths for Alachua County and are in order in the table by that ranking.
   Numbers in ()'s are ranking for Florida for 2008.
   Source: www.FloridaCHARTS.com, accessed January 2010.




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   Table TA-22 Cont. Top 10 Causes of Deaths Rates for All Races, Alachua County and Florida, 1999-
   2008.
                                               Alachua County                                  Florida

          Cause of Death
                                    Total                      Age Adjusted     Total                      Age Adjusted
                                                Crude Rate                                  Crude Rate
                                   Deaths                          Rate        Deaths                          Rate

                                                             2007

   All Causes                         1,620           778.5          895.3      167,708           676.0            895.3
   Cancer (2)                           409           164.8          198.2       39,790           212.4            160.8
   Heart Disease (1)                    280           112.8          135.3       41,956           224.0            160.7
   Unintentional Injuries (4)           124            50.0           54.2         9,020           48.2             45.3
    MV Crashes                            44           17.7           16.6         3,291           17.6             17.5
   Stroke (5)                             95           38.3           46.0         8,715           46.5             33.3
   CLRD (3)                             100            40.3           50.0         9,317           49.7             35.8
   Diabetes (6)                           55           22.2           26.7         5,092           27.2             20.5
   Alzheimer's Disease (7)                58           23.4           28.3         4,632           24.7             16.5
   Suicide (9)                            31           12.5           14.0         2,570           13.7             13.0
   Nephritis (8)                          24            9.7           12.2         2,906           15.5             11.2
   Hypertension (13)                      19            7.7            9.2         1,712            9.1                 6.5
                                                             2008

   All Causes                         1,635           736.5          645.9      170,473           668.8            906.2
   Cancer (2)                           396           156.4          181.9       40,549           215.5            161.2
   Heart Disease (1)                    314           124.1          140.2       41,931           222.9            155.0
   Unintentional Injuries (4)           105            41.5           44.9         8,918           47.4             44.2
    MV Crashes                            35           13.8           14.3         3,028           16.1             15.9
   Stroke (5)                             84           33.2           38.3         8,472           45.0             31.3
   CLRD (3)                               75           29.6           34.2       10,154            54.0             38.0
   Diabetes (6)                           69           27.3           31.9         5,154           27.4             20.3
   Alzheimer's Disease (7)                58           22.9           25.5         4,724           25.1             15.9
   Suicide (9)                            28           11.1           11.6         2,723           14.5             13.7
   Nephritis (8)                          27           10.7           13.0         2,935           15.6             11.1
   Hypertension (13)                      24            9.5           11.1         1,833            9.7                 6.8

   Rankings are based on the 2008 year total deaths for Alachua County and are in order in the table by that ranking.
   Numbers in ()'s are ranking for Florida for 2008.
   Source: www.FloridaCHARTS.com, accessed January 2010.




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   Table TA-23. Top 10 Causes of Death Rates for White Races, Alachua County and Florida, 1999-2008.
                                                  Alachua County                                 Florida
           Cause of Death
                                                                   Age Adjusted                              Age Adjusted
                                   Total Deaths    Crude Rate                   Total Deaths   Crude Rate
                                                                       Rate                                      Rate
                                                            1999

   All Causes                             1,138          826.6           701.5      144,303         782.8        1,118.3
   Cancer (2)                               256          157.8           185.5       34,563         267.9          187.9
   Heart Disease (1)                        223          137.5           163.4       46,443         359.9          241.3
   Unintentional Injuries (4)                46           28.4            28.2        5,071          39.3           36.1
    MV Crashes                               18           11.1             9.4        1,882          14.6           14.2
   Stroke (5)                               104           64.1            77.2        9,249          71.7           47.5
   CLRD (3)                                  80           49.3            58.5        8,641          67.0           44.1
   Alzheimer's Disease (6)                   28           17.3            21.1        2,920          22.6           14.5
   Diabetes (7)                              35           21.6            25.3        3,606          27.9           19.4
   Suicide (8)                               26           16.0            17.2        1,948          15.1           14.0
   Nephritis (9)                             12            7.4             8.8        1,281            9.9              6.6
   Parkinson's Disease (13)                  10            6.2             7.4        1,075            8.3              5.3
                                                            2000

   All Causes                             1,204          850.2           723.1      144,774         769.5        1,096.7
   Cancer (2)                               282          169.4           197.9       34,839         263.9          185.3
   Heart Disease (1)                        247          148.3           175.8       45,468         344.4          230.9
   Unintentional Injuries (4)                46           27.6            30.7        5,479          41.5           38.5
    MV Crashes                               21           12.6            12.4        2,217          16.8           16.5
   Stroke (5)                                89           53.5            63.5        9,182          69.6           46.1
   CLRD (3)                                  64           38.4            45.3        8,145          61.7           40.7
   Alzheimer's Disease (6)                   37           22.2            26.7        3,088          23.4           15.0
   Diabetes (7)                              34           20.4            23.8        3,653          27.7           19.2
   Suicide (8)                               25           15.0            16.9        1,975          15.0           13.8
   Nephritis (9)                             10            6.0             7.1        1,511          11.4               7.6
   Parkinson's Disease (13)                  11            6.6             7.9        1,145            8.7              5.5

   Rankings are based on the 2008 year total deaths for Alachua County and are in order in the table by that ranking.
   Numbers in ()'s are ranking for Florida for 2008.
   Source: www.FloridaCHARTS.com, accessed January 2010.




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   Table TA-23 Cont. Top 10 Causes of Deaths Rates for White Races, Alachua County and Florida, 1999-
   2008.
                                                  Alachua County                                 Florida
           Cause of Death
                                                                   Age Adjusted                              Age Adjusted
                                   Total Deaths    Crude Rate                   Total Deaths   Crude Rate
                                                                       Rate                                      Rate
                                                            2001

   All Causes                             1,240          853.5           729.7      148,714         773.4        1,105.8
   Cancer (2)                               282          165.9           193.5       35,174         261.5          182.9
   Heart Disease (1)                        250          147.1           173.7       45,342         337.2          224.7
   Unintentional Injuries (4)                53           31.2            32.9        5,988          44.5           41.5
    MV Crashes                               27           15.9            15.6        2,539          18.9           18.6
   Stroke (5)                                89           52.4            62.2        9,086          67.6           44.5
   CLRD (3)                                  77           45.3            53.8        8,413          62.6           41.3
   Alzheimer's Disease (6)                   46           27.1            32.7        3,490          26.0           16.5
   Diabetes (7)                              34           20.0            23.0        3,736          27.8           19.1
   Suicide (8)                               29           17.1            18.9        2,149          16.0           14.9
   Nephritis (9)                             17           10.0            11.7        1,831          13.6               9.1
   Parkinson's Disease (13)                  14            8.2             9.7        1,283            9.5              6.1
                                                            2002

   All Causes                             1,187          787.3           684.2      148,945         743.5        1,085.0
   Cancer (2)                               284          163.7           189.2       35,147         256.0          175.6
   Heart Disease (1)                        244          140.6           161.3       44,324         322.9          209.7
   Unintentional Injuries (4)                55           31.7            34.0        6,425          46.8           43.3
    MV Crashes                               19           11.0            11.2        2,676          19.5           19.2
   Stroke (5)                                80           46.1            53.2        8,921          65.0           41.7
   CLRD (3)                                  62           35.7            41.5        8,546          62.3           39.9
   Alzheimer's Disease (6)                   54           31.1            35.8        3,825          27.9           17.1
   Diabetes (7)                              30           17.3            19.7        3,720          27.1           18.4
   Suicide (8)                               25           14.4            15.8        2,205          16.1           14.9
   Nephritis (9)                             15            8.6            10.1        1,761          12.8               8.3
   Parkinson's Disease (13)                  11            6.3             7.4        1,243            9.1              5.6

   Rankings are based on the 2008 year total deaths for Alachua County and are in order in the table by that ranking.
   Numbers in ()'s are ranking for Florida for 2008.
   Source: www.FloridaCHARTS.com, accessed January 2010.




                                                                                    Technical Appendix                        Page TA-33
ALACHUA COUNTY HEALTH NEEDS ASSESSMENT                                                                                        2010

   Table TA-23 Cont. Top 10 Causes of Deaths Rates for White Races, Alachua County and Florida, 1999-
   2008.
                                                  Alachua County                                 Florida
           Cause of Death
                                                                   Age Adjusted                              Age Adjusted
                                   Total Deaths    Crude Rate                   Total Deaths   Crude Rate
                                                                       Rate                                      Rate
                                                            2003

   All Causes                             1,261          828.5           718.8      149,523         735.3        1,064.0
   Cancer (2)                               294          167.6           192.8       35,326         251.4          173.6
   Heart Disease (1)                        231          131.7           152.2       43,480         309.4          202.9
   Unintentional Injuries (4)                80           45.6            50.8        6,945          49.4           45.7
    MV Crashes                               24           13.7            14.4        2,726          19.4           19.2
   Stroke (5)                                86           49.0            57.3        8,533          60.7           39.2
   CLRD (3)                                  82           46.7            54.0        8,554          60.9           39.5
   Alzheimer's Disease (6)                   59           33.6            39.2        4,090          29.1           18.1
   Diabetes (7)                              27           15.4            17.7        3,842          27.3           18.7
   Suicide (8)                               35           20.0            20.8        2,151          15.3           14.2
   Nephritis (9)                             17            9.7            11.2        1,804          12.8               8.3
   Parkinson's Disease (13)                  13            7.4             8.7        1,334            9.5              5.9
                                                            2004

   All Causes                             1,221          754.9           680.7      149,215         701.9        1,036.9
   Cancer (2)                               275          153.3           173.2       35,462         246.4          169.7
   Heart Disease (1)                        239          133.2           145.7       42,289         293.9          186.3
   Unintentional Injuries (4)                69           38.5            40.4        7,142          49.6           45.3
    MV Crashes                               20           11.1            11.2        2,742          19.1           18.7
   Stroke (5)                                79           44.0            48.4        8,397          58.4           36.6
   CLRD (3)                                  70           39.0            43.9        8,492          59.0           38.0
   Alzheimer's Disease (6)                   63           35.1            38.0        4,070          28.3           16.5
   Diabetes (7)                              26           14.5            15.9        3,844          26.7           18.1
   Suicide (8)                               23           12.8            14.2        2,246          15.6           14.5
   Nephritis (9)                             20           11.1            12.4        1,847          12.8               8.1
   Parkinson's Disease (13)                  11            6.1             6.7        1,299            9.0              5.5

   Rankings are based on the 2008 year total deaths for Alachua County and are in order in the table by that ranking.
   Numbers in ()'s are ranking for Florida for 2008.
   Source: www.FloridaCHARTS.com, accessed January 2010.




                                                                                    Technical Appendix                        Page TA-34
ALACHUA COUNTY HEALTH NEEDS ASSESSMENT                                                                                        2010

   Table TA-23 Cont. Top 10 Causes of Deaths Rates for White Races, Alachua County and Florida, 1999-
   2008.
                                                  Alachua County                                 Florida
           Cause of Death
                                                                   Age Adjusted                              Age Adjusted
                                   Total Deaths    Crude Rate                   Total Deaths   Crude Rate
                                                                       Rate                                      Rate
                                                            2005

   All Causes                             1,222          768.2           679.9      150,102         703.0        1,029.4
   Cancer (2)                               297          165.2           187.8       36,018         247.0          170.5
   Heart Disease (1)                        230          128.0           144.1       41,353         283.6          181.8
   Unintentional Injuries (4)                68           37.8            41.5        7,650          52.5           48.3
    MV Crashes                               22           12.2            13.0        2,915          20.0           20.0
   Stroke (5)                                79           44.0            50.0        7,959          54.6           34.6
   CLRD (3)                                  76           42.3            49.0        8,919          61.2           39.5
   Alzheimer's Disease (6)                   49           27.3            30.9        4,334          29.7           17.7
   Diabetes (7)                              34           18.9            21.6        4,197          28.8           19.5
   Suicide (8)                               22           12.2            13.4        2,140          14.7           13.6
   Nephritis (9)                             21           11.7            13.1        1,960          13.4               8.6
   Parkinson's Disease (13)                  12            6.7             7.6        1,399            9.6              5.8
                                                            2006

   All Causes                             1,282          780.3           705.6      148,994         675.5          999.3
   Cancer (2)                               314          172.8           193.6       35,861         240.5          164.2
   Heart Disease (1)                        258          142.0           158.9       39,471         264.7          167.3
   Unintentional Injuries (4)                83           45.7            47.9        7,689          51.6           47.6
    MV Crashes                               36           19.8            19.3        2,813          18.9           18.8
   Stroke (5)                                75           41.3            44.8        7,489          50.2           31.5
   CLRD (3)                                  62           34.1            38.2        8,379          56.2           35.9
   Alzheimer's Disease (6)                   57           31.4            33.5        4,387          29.4           17.1
   Diabetes (7)                              38           20.9            23.0        4,141          27.8           18.6
   Suicide (8)                               22           12.1            13.3        2,261          15.2           13.9
   Nephritis (9)                             13            7.2             8.2        2,106          14.1               9.0
   Parkinson's Disease (13)                  10            5.5             6.5        1,378            9.2              5.6

   Rankings are based on the 2008 year total deaths for Alachua County and are in order in the table by that ranking.
   Numbers in ()'s are ranking for Florida for 2008.
   Source: www.FloridaCHARTS.com, accessed January 2010.




                                                                                    Technical Appendix                        Page TA-35
ALACHUA COUNTY HEALTH NEEDS ASSESSMENT                                                                                        2010

   Table TA-23 Cont. Top 10 Causes of Deaths Rates for White Races, Alachua County and Florida, 1999-
   2008.
                                                  Alachua County                                 Florida
           Cause of Death
                                                                   Age Adjusted                             Age Adjusted
                                   Total Deaths    Crude Rate                   Total Deaths   Crude Rate
                                                                       Rate                                     Rate
                                                            2007

   All Causes                             1,316          775.9           712.1      147,305         657.8          976.1
   Cancer (2)                               335          181.3           199.8       35,448         234.9          159.7
   Heart Disease (1)                        242          131.0           141.4       37,435         248.0          156.3
   Unintentional Injuries (4)                98           53.0            54.7        7,893          52.3           48.3
    MV Crashes                               37           20.0            18.2        2,746          18.2           18.3
   Stroke (5)                                72           39.0            42.0        7,433          49.3           30.7
   CLRD (3)                                  91           49.2            55.3        8,812          58.4           37.1
   Alzheimer's Disease (6)                   56           30.3            32.3        4,359          28.9           16.7
   Diabetes (7)                              39           21.1            23.6        4,065          26.9           18.1
   Suicide (8)                               29           15.7            16.9        2,384          15.8           14.6
   Nephritis (9)                             15            8.1             9.3        2,379          15.8           10.0
   Parkinson's Disease (13)                  20           10.8            12.2        1,506          10.0               6.0
                                                            2008

   All Causes                             1,295          714.8           687.1      149,966         652.1          988.2
   Cancer (2)                               317          168.2           178.8       36,031         237.4          159.8
   Heart Disease (1)                        257          136.4           138.5       37,427         246.6          151.0
   Unintentional Injuries (4)                84           44.6            46.3        7,845          51.7           47.2
    MV Crashes                               25           13.3            14.1        2,537          16.7           16.6
   Stroke (5)                                68           36.1            37.6        7,253          47.8           29.1
   CLRD (3)                                  63           33.4            34.5        9,565          63.0           39.3
   Alzheimer's Disease (6)                   53           28.1            27.7        4,448          29.3           16.1
   Diabetes (7)                              45           23.9            25.3        4,135          27.2           18.0
   Suicide (8)                               27           14.3            14.9        2,556          16.8           15.6
   Nephritis (9)                             19           10.1            10.6        2,373          15.6               9.8
   Parkinson's Disease (13)                  17            9.0             9.4        1,518          10.0               5.9

   Rankings are based on the 2008 year total deaths for Alachua County and are in order in the table by that ranking.
   Numbers in ()'s are ranking for Florida for 2008.
   Source: www.FloridaCHARTS.com, accessed January 2010.




                                                                                    Technical Appendix                        Page TA-36
ALACHUA COUNTY HEALTH NEEDS ASSESSMENT                                                                                         2010

   Table TA-24. Top 10 Causes of Death Rates for Black Races, Alachua County and Florida, 1999-2008.
                                                  Alachua County                                 Florida
             Cause of Death
                                                                   Age Adjusted                              Age Adjusted
                                  Total Deaths      Crude Rate                  Total Deaths   Crude Rate
                                                                       Rate                                      Rate

                                                             1999

   All Causes                              313          1,172.2          736.8       17,015        1,098.8          705.4
   Cancer (2)                               83           195.4           322.0        3,450          143.0          228.5
   Heart Disease (1)                        58           136.5           226.0        4,491          186.2          321.4
   Diabetes (4)                             16             37.7           61.4          785           32.5              53.8
   Unintentional Injuries (5)               16             37.7           42.5          868           36.0              41.5
    MV Crashes                              11             25.9           27.1          376           15.6              16.8
   Stroke (3)                               28             65.9          115.5        1,214           50.3              89.2
   CLRD (9)                                   8            18.8           31.8          486           20.1              34.6
   HIV (6)                                    7            16.5           20.2          961           39.8              43.8
   Nephritis (8)                              2             4.7            9.4          272           11.3              19.0
   Hypertension (10)                          8            18.8           31.9          242           10.0              17.4
   Septicemia (11)                            3             7.1           11.7          212            8.8              14.2
                                                             2000

   All Causes                              320          1,231.2          733.4       17,077        1,065.6          686.5
   Cancer (2)                               67           153.5           274.1        3,545          142.5          226.8
   Heart Disease (1)                        49           112.3           199.5        4,316          173.5          298.5
   Diabetes (4)                             21             48.1           86.0          777           31.2              52.1
   Unintentional Injuries (5)               20             45.8           56.2          836           33.6              37.3
    MV Crashes                              12             27.5           28.9          410           16.5              17.0
   Stroke (3)                               26             59.6          107.6        1,144           46.0              81.6
   CLRD (9)                                 13             29.8           53.2          430           17.3              28.8
   HIV (6)                                    7            16.0           21.2        1,060           42.6              46.5
   Nephritis (8)                              7            16.0           30.9          282           11.3              19.6
   Hypertension (10)                          9            20.6           35.1          243            9.8              16.6
   Septicemia (11)                            4             9.2           18.4          215            8.6              14.1

   Rankings are based on the 2008 year total deaths for Alachua County and are in order in the table by that ranking.
   Numbers in ()'s are ranking for Florida for 2008.
   Source: www.FloridaCHARTS.com, accessed January 2010.




                                                                                    Technical Appendix                         Page TA-37
ALACHUA COUNTY HEALTH NEEDS ASSESSMENT                                                                                          2010

   Table TA-24 Cont. Top 10 Causes of Deaths Rates for Black Races, Alachua County and Florida, 1999-
   2008.
                                                  Alachua County                                 Florida

             Cause of Death
                                                                   Age Adjusted                               Age Adjusted
                                  Total Deaths      Crude Rate                  Total Deaths   Crude Rate
                                                                       Rate                                       Rate

                                                             2001

   All Causes                              337          1,277.2          748.4       17,644        1,066.4              688.8
   Cancer (2)                               85           188.8           325.2        3,472          135.5              211.9
   Heart Disease (1)                        61           135.5           247.4        4,787          186.9              319.5
   Diabetes (4)                             11             24.4           46.4          809           31.6               51.7
   Unintentional Injuries (5)               16             35.5           46.9          812           31.7               35.3
    MV Crashes                              11             24.4           27.7          436           17.0               17.8
   Stroke (3)                               36             79.9          147.2        1,234           48.2               84.5
   CLRD (9)                                 12             26.6           51.7          474           18.5               31.4
   HIV (6)                                  14             31.1           42.0        1,014           39.6               43.5
   Nephritis (8)                              8            17.8           34.4          355           13.9               24.3
   Hypertension (10)                          2             4.4            9.2          233             9.1              15.8
   Septicemia (11)                            5            11.1           19.7          238             9.3              15.0
                                                             2002

   All Causes                              326          1,170.5          704.7       17,833        1,015.7              679.0
   Cancer (2)                               63           136.2           251.1        3,561          135.6              207.2
   Heart Disease (1)                        61           131.9           228.6        4,541          172.9              284.3
   Diabetes (4)                             15             32.4           52.2          814           31.0               48.6
   Unintentional Injuries (5)               14             30.3           39.6          853           32.5               36.4
    MV Crashes                              10             21.6           26.6          458           17.4               18.5
   Stroke (3)                               24             51.9           92.8        1,249           47.6               80.2
   CLRD (9)                                   9            19.5           34.8          471           17.9               29.6
   HIV (6)                                    5            10.8           14.7        1,106           42.1               45.7
   Nephritis (8)                            14             30.3           53.9          361           13.7               22.0
   Hypertension (10)                          9            19.5           33.4          306           11.7               19.9
   Septicemia (11)                          12             25.9           46.2          232             8.8              13.9

   Rankings are based on the 2008 year total deaths for Alachua County and are in order in the table by that ranking.
   Numbers in ()'s are ranking for Florida for 2008.
   Source: www.FloridaCHARTS.com, accessed January 2010.




                                                                                    Technical Appendix                          Page TA-38
ALACHUA COUNTY HEALTH NEEDS ASSESSMENT                                                                                          2010

   Table TA-24 Cont. Top 10 Causes of Deaths Rates for Black Races, Alachua County and Florida, 1999-
   2008.
                                                  Alachua County                                 Florida

             Cause of Death
                                                                   Age Adjusted                               Age Adjusted
                                  Total Deaths      Crude Rate                  Total Deaths   Crude Rate
                                                                       Rate                                       Rate

                                                             2003

   All Causes                              328          1,127.9          700.9       17,920          999.8              667.7
   Cancer (2)                               69           147.4           246.7        3,688          137.4              210.7
   Heart Disease (1)                        66           141.0           248.2        4,414          164.5              272.4
   Diabetes (4)                             12             25.6           45.5          875           32.6               51.9
   Unintentional Injuries (5)                 8            17.1           20.3          868           32.3               35.5
    MV Crashes                                3             6.4            5.0          469           17.5               18.7
   Stroke (3)                               24             51.3           91.9        1,239           46.2               77.5
   CLRD (9)                                 11             23.5           38.0          444           16.5               27.1
   HIV (6)                                    8            17.1           20.9        1,061           39.5               43.5
   Nephritis (8)                            10             21.4           37.5          383           14.3               23.2
   Hypertension (10)                          3             6.4           11.2          286           10.7               18.1
   Septicemia (11)                            6            12.8           16.9          261             9.7              15.3
                                                             2004

   All Causes                              320          1,027.8          669.8       18,059          943.1              650.9
   Cancer (2)                               68           142.3           233.9        3,763          135.6              200.1
   Heart Disease (1)                        40             83.7          137.4        4,312          155.4              245.8
   Diabetes (4)                             17             35.6           59.8          906           32.7               50.3
   Unintentional Injuries (5)               18             37.7           46.2          930           33.5               37.1
    MV Crashes                                8            16.7           19.5          489           17.6               18.3
   Stroke (3)                               17             35.6           62.8        1,191           42.9               68.7
   CLRD (9)                                   4             8.4           14.8          408           14.7               23.4
   HIV (6)                                    9            18.8           27.2        1,054           38.0               41.6
   Nephritis (8)                            15             31.4           44.3          377           13.6               20.8
   Hypertension (10)                          3             6.3            7.8          332           12.0               19.4
   Septicemia (11)                            7            14.7           23.3          253             9.1              13.7

   Rankings are based on the 2008 year total deaths for Alachua County and are in order in the table by that ranking.
   Numbers in ()'s are ranking for Florida for 2008.
   Source: www.FloridaCHARTS.com, accessed January 2010.




                                                                                    Technical Appendix                          Page TA-39
ALACHUA COUNTY HEALTH NEEDS ASSESSMENT                                                                                          2010

   Table TA-24 Cont. Top 10 Causes of Deaths Rates for Black Races, Alachua County and Florida, 1999-
   2008.
                                                  Alachua County                                 Florida

             Cause of Death
                                                                   Age Adjusted                               Age Adjusted
                                  Total Deaths      Crude Rate                  Total Deaths   Crude Rate
                                                                       Rate                                       Rate

                                                             2005

   All Causes                              308           969.1           602.5       18,004          889.5              610.4
   Cancer (2)                               66           129.1           222.6        3,743          126.9              185.9
   Heart Disease (1)                        57           111.5           199.9        4,183          141.8              224.6
   Diabetes (4)                             17             33.3           56.5          898           30.4               46.7
   Unintentional Injuries (5)               17             33.3           33.8          913           31.0               34.5
    MV Crashes                              13             25.4           23.3          475           16.1               16.7
   Stroke (3)                               12             23.5           46.0        1,217           41.3               67.5
   CLRD (9)                                   5             9.8           16.6          484           16.4               26.4
   HIV (6)                                    5             9.8           11.8          997           33.8               36.6
   Nephritis (8)                            14             27.4           44.6          395           13.4               21.1
   Hypertension (10)                        12             23.5           39.8          362           12.3               20.1
   Septicemia (11)                            4             7.8           13.5          253             8.6              13.1
                                                             2006

   All Causes                              324          1,006.5          626.2       18,314          856.4              605.7
   Cancer (2)                               78           150.8           255.0        3,741          123.7              176.6
   Heart Disease (1)                        52           100.5           166.4        4,052          134.0              206.6
   Diabetes (4)                             20             38.7           62.5          922           30.5               45.7
   Unintentional Injuries (5)               14             27.1           29.8          970           32.1               34.8
    MV Crashes                              10             19.3           19.3          510           16.9               17.3
   Stroke (3)                               22             42.5           74.2        1,231           40.7               63.6
   CLRD (9)                                   6            11.6           21.0          433           14.3               22.6
   HIV (6)                                  14             27.1           35.4        1,077           35.6               38.9
   Nephritis (8)                            11             21.3           36.9          443           14.7               21.8
   Hypertension (10)                          8            15.5           25.3          374           12.4               19.5
   Septicemia (11)                            3             5.8            8.7          266             8.8              13.0

   Rankings are based on the 2008 year total deaths for Alachua County and are in order in the table by that ranking.
   Numbers in ()'s are ranking for Florida for 2008.
   Source: www.FloridaCHARTS.com, accessed January 2010.




                                                                                    Technical Appendix                          Page TA-40
ALACHUA COUNTY HEALTH NEEDS ASSESSMENT                                                                                          2010

   Table TA-24 Cont. Top 10 Causes of Deaths Rates for Black Races, Alachua County and Florida, 1999-
   2008.
                                                  Alachua County                                 Florida

             Cause of Death
                                                                   Age Adjusted                               Age Adjusted
                                  Total Deaths      Crude Rate                  Total Deaths   Crude Rate
                                                                       Rate                                       Rate

                                                             2007

   All Causes                              279           832.4           536.5       18,279          816.2              587.7
   Cancer (2)                               64           123.1           204.7        3,826          123.0              173.7
   Heart Disease (1)                        35             67.3          107.7        4,068          130.8              196.0
   Diabetes (4)                             16             30.8           46.6          931           29.9               43.5
   Unintentional Injuries (5)               24             46.2           55.4          954           30.7               33.2
    MV Crashes                                7            13.5           14.6          449           14.4               14.7
   Stroke (3)                               21             40.4           65.4        1,164           37.4               57.0
   CLRD (9)                                   9            17.3           30.6          452           14.5               22.1
   HIV (6)                                    5             9.6           12.8          938           30.2               32.3
   Nephritis (8)                              9            17.3           29.2          478           15.4               23.1
   Hypertension (10)                          5             9.6           14.7          335           10.8               16.6
   Septicemia (11)                            2             3.8            5.7          293             9.4              13.7
                                                             2008

   All Causes                              327           967.3           617.4       18,286          796.9              589.4
   Cancer (2)                               74           139.7           223.2        3,941          127.0              172.2
   Heart Disease (1)                        56           105.7           171.6        4,029          129.9              188.1
   Diabetes (4)                             24             45.3           74.2          922           29.7               41.7
   Unintentional Injuries (5)               17             32.1           41.5          894           28.8               31.0
    MV Crashes                                7            13.2           11.0          401           12.9               13.2
   Stroke (3)                               15             28.3           47.4        1,099           35.4               52.7
   CLRD (9)                                 12             22.7           37.9          517           16.7               25.0
   HIV (6)                                  11             20.8           26.4          872           28.1               30.3
   Nephritis (8)                              8            15.1           29.1          520           16.8               24.1
   Hypertension (10)                          8            15.1           23.4          344           11.1               16.1
   Septicemia (11)                            7            13.2           23.1          292             9.4              13.3

   Rankings are based on the 2008 year total deaths for Alachua County and are in order in the table by that ranking.
   Numbers in ()'s are ranking for Florida for 2008.
   Source: www.FloridaCHARTS.com, accessed January 2010.




                                                                                    Technical Appendix                          Page TA-41
ALACHUA COUNTY HEALTH NEEDS ASSESSMENT                                                                                          2010

   Table TA-25. Top 5 Causes of Death Rates for Hispanics, Alachua County and Florida, 1999-2008.
                                                   Alachua County                                   Florida
          Cause of Death                                            Age Adjusted                                Age Adjusted
                                  Total Deaths      Crude Rate                     Total Deaths   Crude Rate
                                                                        Rate                                        Rate
                                                                 1999

   All Causes                               11             91.7           261.7         13,245          513.2           653.4
   Heart Disease (1)                           2           16.7             53.2         4,257          164.9           221.6
   Cancer (2)                                  1             8.3            21.9         2,821          109.3           134.4
   Alzheimer's Disease (7)                 -                 -               -             228            8.8            12.6
   Diabetes (6)                                1             8.3            21.9           507           19.6            25.4
   Stroke (4)                                  1             8.3            21.9           703           27.2            36.3
   Unintentional Injuries (3)              -                 -               -             727           28.2            29.0
    MV Crashes                             -                 -               -             367           14.2            14.1
                                                                 2000

   All Causes                               14            111.4           304.6         13,471          500.5           637.4
   Heart Disease (1)                           1             8.0            28.7         4,322          160.6           216.4
   Cancer (2)                                  5           39.8             99.8         2,879          107.0           132.4
   Alzheimer's Disease (7)                 -                 -               -             277           10.3            14.6
   Diabetes (6)                            -                 -               -             458           17.0            21.7
   Stroke (4)                              -                 -               -             711           26.4            35.3
   Unintentional Injuries (3)                  1             8.0             6.5           805           29.9            31.0
    MV Crashes                                 1             8.0             6.5           420           15.6            15.4
                                                                 2001

   All Causes                               18            138.3           415.2         14,586          521.8           650.4
   Heart Disease (1)                           3           23.1             59.3         4,672          167.1           219.2
   Cancer (2)                                  2           15.4             47.4         3,100          110.9           134.1
   Alzheimer's Disease (7)                     3           23.1             83.7           311           11.1            15.4
   Diabetes (6)                            -                 -               -             546           19.5            24.7
   Stroke (4)                                  3           23.1             83.7           785           28.1            36.5
   Unintentional Injuries (3)                  1             7.7             2.6           865           30.9            31.2
    MV Crashes                                 1             7.7             2.6           525           18.8            18.2
                                                                 2002

   All Causes                               26            193.3           497.9         14,922          514.7           629.4
   Heart Disease (1)                           4           29.7           105.0          4,629          159.7           204.9
   Cancer (2)                                  5           37.2           110.3          3,238          111.7           134.0
   Alzheimer's Disease (7)                 -                 -               -             367           12.7            17.2
   Diabetes (6)                                1             7.4            18.8           517           17.8            22.1
   Stroke (4)                                  2           14.9             52.8           814           28.1            35.8
   Unintentional Injuries (3)                  2           14.9             16.5           968           33.4            34.1
    MV Crashes                             -                 -               -             575           19.8            19.5

   Rankings are based on the 2008 year total deaths for Alachua County and are in order in the table by that ranking.
   Numbers in ()'s are ranking for Florida for 2008.
   Source: www.FloridaCHARTS.com, accessed January 2010.




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   Table TA-25 Cont. Top 5 Causes of Deaths Rates for Hispanics, Alachua County and Florida, 1999-2008.
                                                   Alachua County                                  Florida
          Cause of Death                                            Age Adjusted                                Age Adjusted
                                  Total Deaths      Crude Rate                     Total Deaths   Crude Rate
                                                                        Rate                                        Rate
                                                                 2003
   All Causes                               21            151.2           416.1         15,473          515.2           619.1
   Heart Disease (1)                           1             7.2            25.4         4,625          154.0           193.6
   Cancer (2)                                  4           28.8             61.1         3,318          110.5           130.2
   Alzheimer's Disease (7)                     2           14.4             50.5           485           16.1            21.3
   Diabetes (6)                                1             7.2            17.0           586           19.5            23.5
   Stroke (4)                                  2           14.4             50.5           800           26.6            33.2
   Unintentional Injuries (3)              -                 -               -             992           33.0            33.7
    MV Crashes                             -                 -               -             574           19.1            18.9
                                                                 2004
   All Causes                               27            187.6           467.9         15,829          502.2           621.4
   Heart Disease (1)                           5           34.7           106.8          4,696          149.0           192.4
   Cancer (2)                                  8           55.6           165.3          3,405          108.0           132.6
   Alzheimer's Disease (7)                 -                 -               -             511           16.2            21.8
   Diabetes (6)                            -                 -               -             554           17.6            22.1
   Stroke (4)                                  2           13.9             41.4           851           27.0            34.7
   Unintentional Injuries (3)                  5           34.7             22.6         1,046           33.2            34.4
    MV Crashes                                 4           27.8             16.6           589           18.7            18.6
                                                                 2005
   All Causes                               26            147.4           373.7         17,421          502.4           618.1
   Heart Disease (1)                           6           34.0           115.9          5,040          145.4           188.2
   Cancer (2)                                  5           28.3             67.5         3,774          108.8           132.1
   Alzheimer's Disease (7)                 -                 -               -             540           15.6            21.3
   Diabetes (6)                            -                 -               -             649           18.7            23.5
   Stroke (4)                                  3           17.0             45.2           856           24.7            31.8
   Unintentional Injuries (3)                  3           17.0             14.8         1,204           34.7            35.3
    MV Crashes                                 2           11.3             10.8           700           20.2            20.0
                                                                 2006
   All Causes                               42            223.7           560.7         17,695          483.6           585.9
   Heart Disease (1)                           4           21.3             68.4         4,745          129.7           165.4
   Cancer (2)                                  9           47.9           139.6          3,806          104.0           125.1
   Alzheimer's Disease (7)                     2           10.7             38.3           556           15.2            20.3
   Diabetes (6)                                2           10.7             28.2           675           18.4            22.8
   Stroke (4)                              -                 -               -             882           24.1            30.5
   Unintentional Injuries (3)                  8           42.6             55.3         1,283           35.1            35.6
    MV Crashes                                  6         32.0          17.0             761             20.8            20.4
   Rankings are based on the 2008 year total deaths for Alachua County and are in order in the table by that ranking.
   Numbers in ()'s are ranking for Florida for 2008.
   Source: www.FloridaCHARTS.com, accessed January 2010.




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   Table TA-25 Cont. Top 5 Causes of Deaths Rates for Hispanics, Alachua County and Florida, 1999-2008.
                                                   Alachua County                                   Florida
          Cause of Death                                            Age Adjusted                                Age Adjusted
                                  Total Deaths      Crude Rate                     Total Deaths   Crude Rate
                                                                        Rate                                        Rate

                                                                 2007

   All Causes                               50            228.1           621.7         18,158          464.2           563.3
   Heart Disease (1)                        10             45.6           145.3          4,764          121.8           155.2
   Cancer (2)                               14             63.9           183.9          3,877           99.1           119.4
   Alzheimer's Disease (7)                     2             9.1            30.8           532           13.6            18.2
   Diabetes (6)                            -                 -               -             658           16.8            20.6
   Stroke (4)                                  1             4.6            11.8           876           22.4            28.5
   Unintentional Injuries (3)                  8           36.5             80.5         1,308           33.4            34.3
    MV Crashes                                 3           13.7             18.0           699           17.9            17.8
                                                                 2008

   All Causes                               36            166.7           442.1         18,886          468.2           556.1
   Heart Disease (1)                           8           37.0           109.8          4,753          117.8           144.6
   Cancer (2)                                  7           32.4             85.5         4,018           99.6           118.1
   Alzheimer's Disease (7)                     4           18.5             54.5           589           14.6            18.6
   Diabetes (6)                                3           13.9             47.0           752           18.6            22.4
   Stroke (4)                                  2             9.3            20.3           924           22.9            28.2
   Unintentional Injuries (3)                  2             9.3             3.5         1,264           31.3            32.2
    MV Crashes                                 1             4.6             1.8           640           15.9            15.9

   Rankings are based on the 2008 year total deaths for Alachua County and are in order in the table by that ranking.
   Numbers in ()'s are ranking for Florida for 2008.
   Source: www.FloridaCHARTS.com, accessed January 2010.




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   Table TA-26. Age Adjusted Death Rates Per 100,000 Population for 10 Leading Causes of Death in Alachua County by
   Race and Ethnicity, Alachua County and Florida, 2006-2008.
                                        All Causes                                              Cancer (2)*
         Area
                       All          Black         White         Hispanic    All             Black         White         Hispanic
   Alachua County        774.5         936.0          756.2         540.6     193.0             227.5           190.5       135.8
   Florida               679.8         822.4          661.5         567.8     162.3             174.1           161.2       120.7
         Area                       Heart Disease (1)*                                   Unintentional Injuries (4)*
   Alachua County        144.8         148.8          146.2         110.2         47.9           42.4            49.6        45.6
   Florida               162.2         196.6          158.0         154.6         44.8           33.0            47.7        34.0
         Area                           Stroke (5)*                                Chronic Lower Respiratory Dis. (3)*
   Alachua County            44.2       62.0           41.3          11.4         39.8           30.1            42.6         5.7
   Florida                   33.0       57.6           30.4          29.0         36.2           23.2            37.5        22.9
         Area                         Diabetes (6)*                                       Alzheimers Disease (7)*
   Alachua County            29.1       61.2           24.0          25.2         28.3           15.4            31.0        41.7
   Florida                   20.6       43.6           18.2          22.0         16.5           15.1            16.6        19.0
         Area                          Suicide (9)*                                            Nephritis (8)*
   Alachua County            12.2           1.7        15.0          10.7         12.5           31.7             9.4         8.0
   Florida                   13.0           3.8        14.7           8.0         10.9           23.0             9.6        11.1

         Area                       Hypertension (13)*

   Alachua County            11.2       21.1              9.2         5.7
   Florida                    6.8       17.3              5.8         5.1
   * Numbers in ()'s are ranking for Florida.
   Source: www.FloridaCHARTS.com, accessed March 2010.




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   Table TA-27. Crude and Age Adjusted Death Rates Per 100,000 Population for All Races for All Causes, by Zip Code,
   Alachua County and Florida, 2004-2008.
                                Average Number of        Crude Rate Per 100,000 Age Adjusted Death Rate
             Area
                                     Deaths                    Population       Per 100,000 Population

   32601 Gainesville                             97.2                      496.5                      897.5
   32603 Gainesville                               8.6                     113.2                      404.1
   32605 Gainesville                            162.8                      619.6                      470.5
   32606 Gainesville                            184.8                      832.7                      647.7
   32607 Gainesville                            136.4                      472.3                      674.5
   32608 Gainesville                            172.8                      489.8                      851.3
   32609 Gainesville                            144.0                      716.8                      865.2
   32611 Gainesville                               2.4                      46.9                    2,063.7
   32615 Alachua                                109.4                      767.8                      837.6
   32618 Archer                                  51.0                      557.1                      664.9
   32631 Earleton                                  3.6                     412.8                      321.7
   32640 Hawthorne                               66.0                      544.6                      457.6
   32641 Gainesville                            122.8                      933.6                    1,123.5
   32643 High Springs                            62.0                      597.4                      552.2
   32653 Gainesville                            102.0                      783.6                      666.6
   32667 Micanopy                                22.2                      473.7                      369.7
   32669 Newberry                                78.4                      885.5                      970.8
   32694 Waldo                                   22.4                    1,424.9                    1,365.4
   Alachua County                             1,599.8                      632.2                      711.0
   Florida                                 169,218.8                     915.8                         668.5
   Source: ESRI Business Solutions, 2006; Florida Department of Health, Office of Vital Statistics, 2004-
   2008.




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   Table TA-28. Crude and Age Adjusted Death Rates Per 100,000 Population for All Races for Cancer, by Zip Code, Alachua
   County and Florida, 2004-2008.
                                Average Number of        Crude Rate Per 100,000 Age Adjusted Death Rate
             Area
                                     Deaths                    Population       Per 100,000 Population

   32601 Gainesville                             20.0                      102.2                      200.1
   32603 Gainesville                               1.4                      18.4                       91.5
   32605 Gainesville                             40.6                      154.5                      118.0
   32606 Gainesville                             39.2                      176.6                      142.9
   32607 Gainesville                             25.0                       86.6                      129.4
   32608 Gainesville                             41.8                      118.5                      210.3
   32609 Gainesville                             35.8                      178.2                      212.1
   32611 Gainesville                               0.4                        7.8                     356.9
   32615 Alachua                                 26.6                      186.7                      188.3
   32618 Archer                                  13.4                      146.4                      150.8
   32631 Earleton                                  1.8                     206.4                      161.2
   32640 Hawthorne                               16.6                      137.0                      102.8
   32641 Gainesville                             30.0                      228.1                      266.1
   32643 High Springs                            16.0                      154.2                      137.4
   32653 Gainesville                             28.6                      219.7                      186.0
   32667 Micanopy                                  6.6                     140.8                      110.0
   32669 Newberry                                21.4                      241.7                      253.4
   32694 Waldo                                     4.6                     292.6                      269.5
   Alachua County                               383.0                      151.3                      169.9
   Florida                                   40,047.0                    216.7                         159.4
   Source: ESRI Business Solutions, 2006; Florida Department of Health, Office of Vital Statistics, 2004-
   2008.




                                                                                    Technical Appendix         Page TA-47
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   Table TA-29. Crude and Age Adjusted Death Rates Per 100,000 Population for All Races for Heart Disease, by Zip Code,
   Alachua County and Florida, 2004-2008.
                                Average Number of        Crude Rate Per 100,000 Age Adjusted Death Rate
             Area
                                     Deaths                    Population       Per 100,000 Population

   32601 Gainesville                             13.8                       70.5                      121.7
   32603 Gainesville                               1.4                      18.4                       66.5
   32605 Gainesville                             32.2                      122.6                       88.7
   32606 Gainesville                             41.8                      188.3                      139.6
   32607 Gainesville                             23.6                       81.7                      114.3
   32608 Gainesville                             31.6                       89.6                      159.5
   32609 Gainesville                             23.0                      114.5                      143.7
   32611 Gainesville                               0.6                      11.7                      665.0
   32615 Alachua                                 19.8                      139.0                      154.3
   32618 Archer                                    9.8                     107.1                      136.5
   32631 Earleton                                  -                          -                         -
   32640 Hawthorne                               12.8                      105.6                       86.0
   32641 Gainesville                             20.4                      155.1                      196.9
   32643 High Springs                            10.2                       98.3                       89.8
   32653 Gainesville                             19.8                      152.1                      126.9
   32667 Micanopy                                  4.6                      98.1                       75.9
   32669 Newberry                                15.4                      173.9                      198.1
   32694 Waldo                                     5.4                     343.5                      331.1
   Alachua County                               296.0                      117.0                      131.9
   Florida                                   44,134.0                    238.8                         164.2
   Source: ESRI Business Solutions, 2006; Florida Department of Health, Office of Vital Statistics, 2004-
   2008.




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   Table TA-30. Crude and Age Adjusted Death Rates Per 100,000 Population for All Races for Unintentional Injuries, by Zip
   Code, Alachua County and Florida, 2004-2008.
                                Average Number of        Crude Rate Per 100,000 Age Adjusted Death Rate
             Area
                                     Deaths                    Population       Per 100,000 Population

   32601 Gainesville                               8.0                      40.9                       68.6
   32603 Gainesville                               0.2                        2.6                       2.3
   32605 Gainesville                             10.2                       38.8                       33.3
   32606 Gainesville                             11.2                       50.5                       42.3
   32607 Gainesville                               7.8                      27.0                       34.4
   32608 Gainesville                               8.2                      23.2                       35.7
   32609 Gainesville                               6.2                      30.9                       34.3
   32611 Gainesville                               0.2                        3.9                       0.6
   32615 Alachua                                   8.0                      56.1                       62.5
   32618 Archer                                    4.0                      43.7                       50.9
   32631 Earleton                                  0.2                      22.9                       22.4
   32640 Hawthorne                                 5.2                      42.9                       44.9
   32641 Gainesville                               6.8                      51.7                       58.2
   32643 High Springs                              4.4                      42.4                       43.7
   32653 Gainesville                               5.6                      43.0                       39.0
   32667 Micanopy                                  0.6                      12.8                       16.0
   32669 Newberry                                  5.2                      58.7                       60.5
   32694 Waldo                                     2.2                     139.9                      138.0
   Alachua County                               100.2                       39.6                       42.1
   Florida                                    8,735.6                      47.3                         44.0
   Source: ESRI Business Solutions, 2006; Florida Department of Health, Office of Vital Statistics, 2004-
   2008.




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   Table TA-31. Crude and Age Adjusted Death Rates Per 100,000 Population for All Races for Motor Vehicle Crashes, by Zip
   Code, Alachua County and Florida, 2004-2008.
                                Average Number of        Crude Rate Per 100,000 Age Adjusted Death Rate
             Area
                                     Deaths                    Population       Per 100,000 Population

   32601 Gainesville                               1.4                        7.2                      11.4
   32603 Gainesville                               0.2                        2.6                       2.3
   32605 Gainesville                               3.0                      11.4                       10.3
   32606 Gainesville                               3.0                      13.5                       12.9
   32607 Gainesville                               2.4                        8.3                       9.1
   32608 Gainesville                               2.0                        5.7                       6.6
   32609 Gainesville                               3.0                      14.9                       15.1
   32611 Gainesville                               -                          -                         -
   32615 Alachua                                   3.6                      25.3                       27.6
   32618 Archer                                    2.4                      26.2                       28.6
   32631 Earleton                                  -                          -                         -
   32640 Hawthorne                                 3.4                      28.1                       32.5
   32641 Gainesville                               2.8                      21.3                       21.1
   32643 High Springs                              1.8                      17.3                       19.2
   32653 Gainesville                               1.0                        7.7                       7.5
   32667 Micanopy                                  0.2                        4.3                       5.5
   32669 Newberry                                  2.4                      27.1                       27.0
   32694 Waldo                                     1.2                      76.3                       79.0
   Alachua County                                37.8                       14.9                       14.6
   Florida                                    3,299.8                      17.9                         17.7
   Source: ESRI Business Solutions, 2006; Florida Department of Health, Office of Vital Statistics, 2004-
   2008.




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   Table TA-32. Crude and Age Adjusted Death Rates Per 100,000 Population for All Races for Stroke, by Zip Code, Alachua
   County and Florida, 2004-2008.
                                Average Number of        Crude Rate Per 100,000 Age Adjusted Death Rate
             Area
                                     Deaths                    Population       Per 100,000 Population

   32601 Gainesville                               4.2                      21.5                       36.2
   32603 Gainesville                               0.4                        5.3                      26.9
   32605 Gainesville                               9.6                      36.5                       26.7
   32606 Gainesville                             14.8                       66.7                       49.6
   32607 Gainesville                               9.8                      33.9                       48.8
   32608 Gainesville                             10.0                       28.3                       50.0
   32609 Gainesville                               6.4                      31.9                       42.0
   32611 Gainesville                               0.2                        3.9                     310.2
   32615 Alachua                                   8.6                      60.4                       70.4
   32618 Archer                                    2.4                      26.2                       32.9
   32631 Earleton                                  0.2                      22.9                       22.4
   32640 Hawthorne                                 3.4                      28.1                       22.8
   32641 Gainesville                               6.0                      45.6                       61.4
   32643 High Springs                              3.0                      28.9                       27.7
   32653 Gainesville                               5.6                      43.0                       36.8
   32667 Micanopy                                  1.2                      25.6                       18.5
   32669 Newberry                                  3.8                      42.9                       51.6
   32694 Waldo                                     1.6                     101.8                      109.1
   Alachua County                                93.4                       36.9                       42.1
   Florida                                    9,005.6                      48.7                         33.4
   Source: ESRI Business Solutions, 2006; Florida Department of Health, Office of Vital Statistics, 2004-
   2008.




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   Table TA-33. Crude and Age Adjusted Death Rates Per 100,000 Population for All Races for Chronic Lower Respiratory
   Disease (CLRD), by Zip Code, Alachua County and Florida, 2004-2008.
                                Average Number of        Crude Rate Per 100,000 Age Adjusted Death Rate
             Area
                                     Deaths                    Population       Per 100,000 Population

   32601 Gainesville                               5.2                      26.6                       46.0
   32603 Gainesville                               0.2                        2.6                       7.2
   32605 Gainesville                               5.8                      22.1                       16.1
   32606 Gainesville                             10.2                       46.0                       36.3
   32607 Gainesville                               7.4                      25.6                       38.4
   32608 Gainesville                               8.2                      23.2                       41.6
   32609 Gainesville                               7.0                      34.8                       45.4
   32611 Gainesville                               -                          -                         -
   32615 Alachua                                   6.2                      43.5                       47.4
   32618 Archer                                    3.0                      32.8                       44.0
   32631 Earleton                                  0.4                      45.9                       33.3
   32640 Hawthorne                                 3.0                      24.8                       17.9
   32641 Gainesville                               4.8                      36.5                       43.2
   32643 High Springs                              4.2                      40.5                       36.7
   32653 Gainesville                               5.4                      41.5                       36.1
   32667 Micanopy                                  1.6                      34.1                       26.0
   32669 Newberry                                  4.0                      45.2                       50.9
   32694 Waldo                                     1.6                     101.8                       90.0
   Alachua County                                80.2                       31.7                       36.3
   Florida                                    9,345.0                      50.6                         35.0
   Source: ESRI Business Solutions, 2006; Florida Department of Health, Office of Vital Statistics, 2004-
   2008.




                                                                                    Technical Appendix         Page TA-52
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   Table TA-34. Crude and Age Adjusted Death Rates Per 100,000 Population for All Races for Diabetes, by Zip Code,
   Alachua County and Florida, 2004-2008.
                                Average Number of        Crude Rate Per 100,000 Age Adjusted Death Rate
             Area
                                     Deaths                    Population       Per 100,000 Population

   32601 Gainesville                               4.8                      24.5                       49.6
   32603 Gainesville                               0.4                        5.3                       9.5
   32605 Gainesville                               4.0                      15.2                       11.3
   32606 Gainesville                               4.4                      19.8                       16.4
   32607 Gainesville                               3.8                      13.2                       19.8
   32608 Gainesville                               5.4                      15.3                       26.9
   32609 Gainesville                               5.6                      27.9                       32.3
   32611 Gainesville                               0.4                        7.8                     130.1
   32615 Alachua                                   3.0                      21.1                       23.0
   32618 Archer                                    3.2                      35.0                       41.5
   32631 Earleton                                  0.2                      22.9                       22.2
   32640 Hawthorne                                 2.8                      23.1                       19.9
   32641 Gainesville                               6.8                      51.7                       58.2
   32643 High Springs                              2.0                      19.3                       16.1
   32653 Gainesville                               2.8                      21.5                       18.0
   32667 Micanopy                                  0.6                      12.8                       11.1
   32669 Newberry                                  3.6                      40.7                       42.9
   32694 Waldo                                     0.8                      50.9                       43.3
   Alachua County                                55.2                       21.8                       24.4
   Florida                                    5,070.2                      27.4                         20.0
   Source: ESRI Business Solutions, 2006; Florida Department of Health, Office of Vital Statistics, 2004-
   2008.




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   Table TA-35. Crude and Age Adjusted Death Rates Per 100,000 Population for Alzheimer’s Disease for All Causes, by Zip
   Code, Alachua County and Florida, 2004-2008.
                                Average Number of        Crude Rate Per 100,000 Age Adjusted Death Rate
             Area
                                     Deaths                    Population       Per 100,000 Population

   32601 Gainesville                               4.0                      20.4                       29.2
   32603 Gainesville                               0.4                        5.3                      14.4
   32605 Gainesville                               7.6                      28.9                       20.0
   32606 Gainesville                             10.0                       45.1                       31.6
   32607 Gainesville                               9.8                      33.9                       46.7
   32608 Gainesville                               4.0                      11.3                       20.4
   32609 Gainesville                               2.6                      12.9                       18.4
   32611 Gainesville                               0.2                        3.9                      66.0
   32615 Alachua                                   3.8                      26.7                       33.7
   32618 Archer                                    1.8                      19.7                       28.6
   32631 Earleton                                  -                          -                         -
   32640 Hawthorne                                 2.8                      23.1                       21.6
   32641 Gainesville                               2.2                      16.7                       23.9
   32643 High Springs                              2.4                      23.1                       21.8
   32653 Gainesville                               3.2                      24.6                       20.3
   32667 Micanopy                                  1.2                      25.6                       21.4
   32669 Newberry                                  2.8                      31.6                       39.4
   32694 Waldo                                     0.2                      12.7                       13.5
   Alachua County                                59.8                       23.6                       26.9
   Florida                                    4,585.6                      24.8                         15.7
   Source: ESRI Business Solutions, 2006; Florida Department of Health, Office of Vital Statistics, 2004-
   2008.




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   Table TA-36. Crude and Age Adjusted Death Rates Per 100,000 Population for All Races for Suicide, by Zip Code, Alachua
   County and Florida, 2004-2008.
                                Average Number of        Crude Rate Per 100,000 Age Adjusted Death Rate
             Area
                                     Deaths                    Population       Per 100,000 Population

   32601 Gainesville                               2.2                      11.2                       17.7
   32603 Gainesville                               0.2                        2.6                      11.2
   32605 Gainesville                               3.0                      11.4                       11.0
   32606 Gainesville                               2.2                        9.9                       9.4
   32607 Gainesville                               2.0                        6.9                       9.0
   32608 Gainesville                               3.0                        8.5                      11.0
   32609 Gainesville                               2.4                      11.9                       11.6
   32611 Gainesville                               -                          -                         -
   32615 Alachua                                   1.4                        9.8                       9.0
   32618 Archer                                    0.6                        6.6                       7.1
   32631 Earleton                                  -                          -                         -
   32640 Hawthorne                                 1.4                      11.6                       10.7
   32641 Gainesville                               0.6                        4.6                       4.4
   32643 High Springs                              1.2                      11.6                       11.3
   32653 Gainesville                               2.2                      16.9                       15.8
   32667 Micanopy                                  0.6                      12.8                        8.7
   32669 Newberry                                  1.4                      15.8                       15.8
   32694 Waldo                                     0.6                      38.2                       41.4
   Alachua County                                26.4                       10.4                       11.3
   Florida                                    2,477.6                      13.4                         12.6
   Source: ESRI Business Solutions, 2006; Florida Department of Health, Office of Vital Statistics, 2004-
   2008.




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   Table TA-37. Crude and Age Adjusted Death Rates Per 100,000 Population for All Races for Nephritis, by Zip Code,
   Alachua County and Florida, 2004-2008.
                                Average Number of        Crude Rate Per 100,000 Age Adjusted Death Rate
             Area
                                     Deaths                    Population       Per 100,000 Population

   32601 Gainesville                               2.2                       11.2                       22.5
   32603 Gainesville                               -                          -                          -
   32605 Gainesville                               2.6                        9.9                        7.4
   32606 Gainesville                               2.2                        9.9                        7.8
   32607 Gainesville                               2.8                        9.7                       14.4
   32608 Gainesville                               2.4                        6.8                       12.4
   32609 Gainesville                               4.2                       20.9                       26.0
   32611 Gainesville                               -                          -                          -
   32615 Alachua                                   1.0                        7.0                        6.1
   32618 Archer                                    0.8                        8.7                        8.4
   32631 Earleton                                  -                          -                          -
   32640 Hawthorne                                 1.4                       11.6                        9.1
   32641 Gainesville                               4.2                       31.9                       35.9
   32643 High Springs                              0.8                        7.7                        6.5
   32653 Gainesville                               1.8                       13.8                       10.9
   32667 Micanopy                                  0.4                        8.5                        6.7
   32669 Newberry                                  1.8                       20.3                       19.7
   32694 Waldo                                     -                          -                          -
   Alachua County                                 29.2                       11.5                       13.1
   Florida                                    2,610.2                      14.1                           9.8
   Source: ESRI Business Solutions, 2006; Florida Department of Health, Office of Vital Statistics, 2004-
   2008.




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   Table TA-38. Crude and Age Adjusted Death Rates Per 100,000 Population for All Races for Hypertension, by Zip Code,
   Alachua County and Florida, 2004-2008.
                                Average Number of        Crude Rate Per 100,000 Age Adjusted Death Rate
             Area
                                     Deaths                    Population       Per 100,000 Population

   32601 Gainesville                               0.6                        3.1                        5.8
   32603 Gainesville                               -                          -                          -
   32605 Gainesville                               1.6                        6.1                        4.6
   32606 Gainesville                               1.4                        6.3                        5.2
   32607 Gainesville                               2.2                        7.6                       11.4
   32608 Gainesville                               3.2                        9.1                       16.3
   32609 Gainesville                               1.6                        8.0                       10.7
   32611 Gainesville                               -                          -                          -
   32615 Alachua                                   2.6                       18.2                       20.4
   32618 Archer                                    0.4                        4.4                        4.6
   32631 Earleton                                  0.2                       22.9                       22.4
   32640 Hawthorne                                 1.2                        9.9                        8.1
   32641 Gainesville                               2.2                       16.7                       18.5
   32643 High Springs                              1.2                       11.6                       11.3
   32653 Gainesville                               0.6                        4.6                        4.1
   32667 Micanopy                                  0.2                        4.3                        2.9
   32669 Newberry                                  1.0                       11.3                       12.2
   32694 Waldo                                     0.6                       38.2                       41.4
   Alachua County                                 21.8                        8.6                        9.8
   Florida                                    1,774.6                        9.6                          6.6
   Source: ESRI Business Solutions, 2006; Florida Department of Health, Office of Vital Statistics, 2004-
   2008.




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   Table TA-39. All Causes Years of Potential Life Lost Under 75, Alachua County and Florida, 1999-2008.
                                        Alachua County                                     Florida

          Year
                        Number of YPLL Under        Rate Per 100,000     Number of YPLL Under       Rate Per 100,000
                                75                     Population                75                    Population

          1999                          12,535                 6,158.0              1,151,958                  8,027.5
          2000                          14,491                 6,928.9              1,184,901                  8,054.0
          2001                          13,332                 6,227.1              1,217,085                  8,105.5
          2002                          14,228                 6,502.2              1,246,588                  8,142.9
          2003                          16,043                 7,248.2              1,278,410                  8,155.4
          2004                          14,765                 6,534.9              1,288,606                  8,014.8
          2005                          14,911                 6,461.8              1,323,584                  8,052.1
          2006                          15,305                 6,560.0              1,346,411                  8,005.3
          2007                          14,177                 5,989.6              1,341,427                  7,846.3
          2008                          14,908                 6,187.7              1,341,275                  7,825.6
   Source: www.FloridaCHARTS.com, accessed January 2010.

   Table TA-40. All Causes Years of Potential Life Lost Under 75 by Race and Ethnicity, Alachua County and Florida, 2006-
   2008.
                                        Alachua County                                    Florida


                                           Average                                        Average
     Race / Ethnicity      Average                         Rate Per         Average                        Rate Per
                                          Number of                                      Number of
                          Number of                        100,000         Number of                       100,000
                                          Population                                     Population
                        YPLL Under 75                     Population     YPLL Under 75                    Population
                                           Under 75                                       Under 75




        All Races             14,797         236,978          6,243.9       1,343,038    17,018,249           7,891.7


          Black                4,613             50,374       9,092.9         296,270     2,980,478           9,940.4


         White                 9,734         175,145          5,557.6       1,013,620    13,531,007           7,491.1

        Hispanics                604             20,397       2,956.6         193,376     3,691,899           5,237.8

   Source: www.FloridaCHARTS.com, accessed January 2010.




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   Table TA-41. Top 5 Causes of Death Years of Potential Life Lost Under 75, Alachua County and Florida, 2006-2008.
                                             Alachua County                                Florida
                                    Avg Population Under 75 = 236,978       Avg Population Under 75 = 17,018,249
        Race / Ethnicity
                                 Average Number of    Rate Per 100,000      Average Number of      Rate Per 100,000
                                   YPLL Under 75         Population           YPLL Under 75           Population

   All Causes                               14,797              6,243.9            1,343,038                7,891.7
   Cancer (1)                                3,184              1,343.4              283,970                1,668.6
   Heart Disease (2)                         1,605                 677.3             180,293                1,059.4
   Unintentional Injuries (3)                2,554              1,077.6              243,102                1,428.5
     MV Crashes                              1,500                 632.8             109,115                  641.2
   Stroke (4)                                  393                 165.7              33,610                  197.5
   CLRD (5)                                   341                  143.9              32,628                  191.7
   Numbers in ()'s are ranking for Alachua County for 2008.
   Source: www.FloridaCHARTS.com, accessed January 2010.



   Table TA-42. Crude Rates Per 100,000 Population for 0-17 Years of Age, Alachua County and Florida, 2006-2008.
                                                 Average                Number of Deaths
                Top 5 Causes of Death                                                                Crude Rate
                                                Population         Total           Average

                                                  Alachua County

   All Causes                                                              103              34.3             72.9
   Perinatal Conditions                                                     44              14.7             31.1
   Unintentional Injury                                                     25               8.3             17.7
    Motor Vehicle Crashes                         47,121                    12               4.0              8.5
   Congenital & Chromosomal Anomalies                                       11               3.7              7.8
   Homicide                                                                  4               1.3              2.8
   Stroke                                                                    3               1.0              2.1
                                                      Florida

   All Causes                                                            2,597             865.7             20.8
   Perinatal Conditions                                                  2,510             836.7             20.1
   Unintentional Injury                                                  1,576             525.3             12.6
    Motor Vehicle Crashes                        4,164,654                 689             229.7              5.5
   Congenital & Chromosomal Anomalies                                    1,175             391.7              9.4
   Homicide                                                                379             126.3              3.0
   Stroke                                                              61             20.3              0.5
   The top 5 causes of death are based on the average number of deaths 2006-2008 for Alachua County for the
   selected age group.
   Source: www.FloridaCHARTS.com, accessed January 2010.




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   Table TA-43. Crude Rates Per 100,000 Population for 18-44 Years of Age, Alachua County and Florida, 2006-2008.
                                  Average                    Number of Deaths
      Top 5 Causes of Death                                                                Crude Rate
                                 Population                Total           Average

                                              Alachua County

   All Causes                                                       324          108.0            87.0
   Unintentional Injury                                              99           33.0            26.6
   Motor Vehicle Crashes                                             68           22.7            18.2
   Cancer                          124,208                           33           11.0              8.9
   Suicide                                                           30           10.0              8.1
   Heart Diseases                                                    28              9.3            7.5
   Homicide                                                          16              5.3            4.3
                                                 Florida

   All Causes                                                  30,475        10,158.3            156.7
   Unintentional Injury                                        10,355           3,451.7           53.2
   Motor Vehicle Crashes                                           4,931        1,643.7           25.3
   Cancer                         6,484,017                        3,366        1,122.0           17.3
   Suicide                                                         2,829         943.0            14.5
   Heart Diseases                                                  2,672         890.7            13.7
   Homicide                                                 2,504             834.7             12.9
   The top 5 causes of death are based on the average number of deaths 2006-2008 for Alachua County
   for the selected age group.
   Source: www.FloridaCHARTS.com, accessed January 2010.




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   Table TA-44. Crude Rates Per 100,000 Population for 45-64 Years of Age, Alachua County and Florida, 2006-2008.
                                      Average              Number of Deaths
       Top 5 Causes of Death                                                         Crude Rate
                                     Population           Total         Average

                                          Alachua County

   All Causes                                                1,034          344.7         650.0
   Cancer                                                         355       118.3         223.2
   Heart Diseases                                                 160         53.3        100.6
   Unintentional Injury                53,028                      70         23.3          44.0
   Motor Vehicle Crashes                                           32         10.7          20.1
   Diabetes                                                        53         17.7          33.3
   Liver Disease                                                   41         13.7          25.8
                                                Florida

   All Causes                                               93,226       31,075.3         647.6
   Cancer                                                   30,242       10,080.7         210.1
   Heart Diseases                                           18,201        6,067.0         126.4
   Unintentional Injury              4,798,308               7,007        2,335.7           48.7
   Motor Vehicle Crashes                                     2,495          831.7           17.3
   Diabetes                                                  3,573        1,191.0           24.8
   Liver Disease                                            3,816         1,272.0           26.5
   The top 5 causes of death are based on the average number of deaths 2006-2008 for Alachua
   County for the selected age group.
   Source: www.FloridaCHARTS.com, accessed January 2010.




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   Table TA-45. Crude Rates Per 100,000 Population for 65 + Years of Age, Alachua County and Florida, 2006-2008.
                                             Average            Number of Deaths
            Top 5 Causes of Death                                                         Crude Rate
                                            Population        Total         Average

                                             Alachua County

   All Causes                                                     3,391        1,130.3         4,652.9
   Cancer                                                             809        269.7         1,110.1
   Heart Diseases                                                     709        236.3           972.8
                                             24,293
   Stroke                                                             231          77.0          317.0
   Chronic Lower Respiratory Diseases                                 204          68.0          279.9
   Alzheimer's Disease                                                172          57.3          236.0
                                                 Florida

   All Causes                                                  371,533       123,844.3         3,852.8
   Cancer                                                        86,358       28,786.0           895.5
   Heart Diseases                                              105,185        35,061.7         1,090.8
                                            3,214,402
   Stroke                                                        21,970        7,323.3           227.8
   Chronic Lower Respiratory Diseases                            24,592        8,197.3           255.0
   Alzheimer's Disease                                           13,651        4,550.3          141.6
   The top 5 causes of death are based on the average number of deaths 2006-2008 for Alachua County for
   the selected age group.
   Source: www.FloridaCHARTS.com, accessed January 2010.




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   Mental Health Data Tables

   Table TA-46. Age Adjusted Death Rates for Suicide Per 100,000 Population, Alachua County and Florida, 1999-2008.
                      Average        Age Adjusted                  Average        Age Adjusted
         Area                                       Crude Rate                                   Crude Rate
                      Number          Death Rate                   Number          Death Rate
                                      1999-2001                                    2000-2002

   Alachua County               28           14.8           12.9             30           15.0          13.2
   Florida                 2,165             12.8           13.5       2,253              13.0          13.7
                                      2001-2003                                    2002-2004

   Alachua County               33           15.7           14.3             31           14.5          13.2
   Florida                 2,305             13.1           13.7       2,336              12.9          13.6
                                      2003-2005                                    2004-2006

   Alachua County               29           13.5           12.2             24           11.5          10.1
   Florida                 2,328             12.6           13.2       2,367              12.4          13.1
                                      2005-2007                                    2006-2008

   Alachua County               27           12.4           10.9             27           12.2          11.0
   Florida                 2,429             12.5           13.2       2,568              13.0          13.8
   Source: www.FloridaCHARTS.com, accessed December 2009.




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   Table TA-47. DRGs Used to Define the Hospitalizations for Mental Health Issues.
                     These DRGs were used from 2004 - 3rd Quarter 2007 discharge data.
   424          OR Procedure with principal diagnosis of mental illness
   425          Acute adjustment reactions and psychosocial dysfunction
   426          Depressive neuroses
   427          Neuroses except depressive
   428          Disorders of personality and impulse control
   430          Psychosis
   431          Childhood mental disorders
   432          Other mental disorders diagnoses
   433          Alcohol/drug abuse of dependence, left against medical advice
   521          Alcohol/drug abuse or dependence
   522          Alcohol/drug abuse or dependence with rehab
   523          Alcohol/drug abuse or dependence without rehab
                From the 4th Qtr 2007 - 2008 discharge data, the following MS-DRGs were used.
   876          OR Procedure with principal diagnosis of mental illness
   880          Acute adjustment reactions and psychosocial dysfunction
   881          Depressive neuroses
   882          Neuroses except depressive
   883          Disorders of personality and impulse control
   885          Psychosis
   886          Behavioral & Developmental Disorders
   887          Other mental disorders diagnoses
   894          Alcohol/drug abuse or dependence, left against medical advice
   895          Alcohol/drug abuse or dependence with rehabilitation therapy
   896          Alcohol/drug abuse or dependence w/o rehabilitation therapy with MCC
   897        Alcohol/drug abuse or dependence w/o rehabilitation therapy w/o MCC
   Source: www.caloptima.org/documents/MSDRG.pdf, October 31, 2007.

   Table TA-48. Number and Rate of Hospitalizations Per 1,000 Population for Mental Health Reasons for Selected Age
   Groups, Alachua County and Florida, 2004-2008.
                             2004               2005                    2006               2007               2008
         Area
                      Number        Rate    Number      Rate    Number         Rate    Number     Rate    Number     Rate

                                                           All Ages

   Alachua County        1,179        5.0     1,232       5.1         1,328      5.4     1,201      4.8     1,350      5.3
   Florida             127,190        7.2   127,221       7.1    126,644         6.9   128,597      6.9   133,631      7.1
                                                      0 - 17 Years of Age

   Alachua County           151       3.3      195        4.2          208       4.5      136       2.9      153       3.2
   Florida              14,674        3.7    13,365       3.3     12,919         3.1    12,450      3.0    12,519      3.0
                                                      18 + Years of Age

   Alachua County        1,028        5.4     1,037       5.3         1,120      5.6     1,065      5.3     1,197      5.8
   Florida             112,516        8.2   113,856       8.2    113,725         7.9   116,147      8.0   121,112      8.3
   Source: Agency for Health Care Administration Detailed Discharge Data, 2004-2008; www.FloridaCHARTS.com,
   accessed January, 2010.




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   Table TA-49. Number and Rate of Emergency Department Visits Per 1,000 Population for Mental Health Reasons for
   Selected Age Groups, Alachua County and Florida, 2004-2008.
                               2005                      2006                       2007                 2008
         Area
                        Number         Rate      Number         Rate        Number         Rate     Number       Rate

                                                         All Ages

   Alachua County         11,279        46.6       12,696           51.9      13,729        55.3      14,746       58.3
   Florida               625,651        34.7      711,091           38.6     732,339        39.1     814,463       43.3
                                                  0 - 17 Years of Age

   Alachua County              424       9.2            459          9.9         438         9.3        453         9.4
   Florida                31,448         7.7       33,765            8.2      33,237         7.9      35,380        8.5
                                                  18 + Years of Age

   Alachua County         10,855        55.4       12,237           61.7      13,291        66.1      14,293       69.7
   Florida               594,203       42.6        677,326     47.3      699,102   48.1     779,083      53.3
   * ICD 9 Codes 290 - 317 were used in determining mental health visits. The main reason category as well as
   all diagnosis codes were looked at to pull off the mental health visits.
   Source: Agency for Health Care Administration Emergency Department Data, 2005-2008;
   www.FloridaCHARTS.com, accessed January, 2010.




   Table TA-50. Number of Involuntary Exam Initiations (Baker Acts) for Residents of Alachua County and Florida, 2002-
   2008.
                                 Rate Per                  Rate Per                    Rate Per                Rate Per
                    Number       100,000       Number      100,000         Number      100,000     Number      100,000
        Area                     Persons                   Persons                     Persons                 Persons

                            2002                     2003                        2004                    2005

   Alachua County        757          329.8       802           345.5         875          368.6      931         384.9
   Florida            99,772          594.9    104,600          609.4      110,697         628.5   122,206        678.2
                            2006                     2007                        2008

   Alachua County      1,095          447.6      1,016          409.4         875          345.7
   Florida            120,506        653.5 122,454         653.7 131,544          699.3
   Source: University of South Florida; Department of Mental Health Law and Policy,
   Special Report of Baker Act Data Alachua County of Residence for Multiple Years and
   by Age Groups, May 2009; www.FloridaCHARTS.com, accessed December, 2009.




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   Table TA-51. Number of Involuntary Exam Initiations (Baker Acts) for Children (ages 4-17) Residents of Alachua County
   and Florida, 2002-2008.
                                    Rate Per                Rate Per                   Rate Per                Rate Per
                        Number      100,000     Number      100,000      Number        100,000      Number     100,000
             Area                   Persons                 Persons                    Persons                 Persons
                               2002                    2003                   2004                       2005

   Alachua County             129      357.4         141       384.8        134          377.7         147         416.0
   Florida                16,294       550.4      17,227       567.2      18,947         607.5       19,832        619.5
                               2006                    2007                   2008

   Alachua County             230      645.2         163       451.8        143          390.0
   Florida                   9,496       292.5     17,598     535.5        18,118     553.7
   Source: University of South Florida; Department of Mental Health Law and Policy, Special
   Report of Baker Act Data Alachua County of Residence for Multiple Years and by Age
   Groups, May 2009; www.FloridaCHARTS.com, accessed December, 2009.




   Table TA-52. Number of Involuntary Exam Initiations (Baker Acts) for Seniors (ages 65-104) Residents of Alachua County
   and Florida, 2002-2008.
                                    Rate Per                  Rate Per                   Rate Per                  Rate Per
                        Number      100,000     Number        100,000     Number         100,000      Number       100,000
             Area                   Persons                   Persons                    Persons                   Persons
                               2002                     2003                      2004                        2005

   Alachua County              21       95.0           19          8.5            50        218.6             46      204.1
   Florida                  8,457      285.2        8,628        285.3       8,620          287.2       8,927         291.5
                               2006                     2007                      2008

   Alachua County              52      222.3           95        395.5            64        251.2
   Florida                   8,726       275.6       9,078      282.8        9,423       288.5
   Source: University of South Florida; Department of Mental Health Law and Policy, Special
   Report of Baker Act Data Alachua County of Residence for Multiple Years and by Age Groups,
   May 2009; www.FloridaCHARTS.com, accessed December, 2009.




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   Table TA-53. Total Number and Rate Per 100,000 Population for Domestic Violence Offenses, Alachua County and
   Florida, 2004-2008.
                                   Rate Per                  Rate Per                     Rate Per                    Rate Per
                     Number                   Number                     Number                        Number
         Area                      100,000                   100,000                      100,000                     100,000

                            2001                      2002                         2003                        2004

   Alachua County        1,587       707.2          1,644      716.3          1,691         728.5            1,924         810.5
   Florida             124,016        755.6       121,834       726.4      120,697           703.2         119,772         680.0
                            2005                      2006                         2007                        2008

   Alachua County        1,717       709.9          1,766      721.9          1,602         645.5            1,701         672.0
   Florida             120,386     668.1     115,170            624.5      115,150           614.7         113,123         601.3
   Source: www.FloridaCHARTS.com, accessed 12-3-09.




   Table TA-54. Total Domestic Violence Offenses by Type, Alachua County and Florida, 2008.
                                                                        Forcible           Forcible         Aggravated
        Area         Murder       Manslaughter     Forcible Rape
                                                                        Sodomy             Fondling           Assault


   Alachua County             0               0                22                  10                 10             398

   Florida                  180            14                 931              290                   744        20,462
                    Aggravated                        Threat/
        Area                    Simple Assault                          Stalking             Total
                     Stalking                      Intimidation

   Alachua County           11            1,182                53                  15            1,701

   Florida                 193          87,303         2,655             351        113,123
   Source: Florida Department of Law Enforcement Domestic Violence Annual Report, 2009.




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   Birth Related Data Tables

   Table TA-55. Total Births by Race and Ethnicity, Alachua County and Florida, 1999-2008.
             Area        All Races          Black            White        Hispanics

                                            1999
   Alachua County               2,389               738          1,558            109
   Florida                   196,963            45,029         146,329         41,467
                                            2000

   Alachua County               2,600               795          1,687            110
   Florida                   204,030            47,271         150,115         45,840
                                            2001
   Alachua County               2,462               758          1,577            148
   Florida                   205,800            47,067         151,623         49,628
                                            2002
   Alachua County               2,413               771          1,511            152
   Florida                   205,580            46,123         152,127         51,618
                                            2003

   Alachua County               2,480               774          1,543            145
   Florida                   212,243            47,117         157,402         54,849
                                            2004
   Alachua County               2,607               813          1,539            167
   Florida                   218,045            46,998         160,132         58,513
                                            2005
   Alachua County               2,690               814          1,646            192
   Florida                   226,219            47,957         166,181         63,757
                                            2006

   Alachua County               2,837               863          1,736            233
   Florida                   237,166            50,808         174,147         70,094
                                            2007
   Alachua County               2,849               871          1,707            263
   Florida                   239,120            51,587         174,597         70,464
                                            2008
   Alachua County               2,980               895          1,829            277
   Florida                    231,417           51,362         167,487         65,999
   Source: www.FloridaCHARTS.com, accessed December, 2009.




                                                                         Technical Appendix   Page TA-68
ALACHUA COUNTY HEALTH NEEDS ASSESSMENT                                                                      2010

   Table TA-56. Total Birth Rates Per 1,000 Total Population by Race and Ethnicity, Alachua County and Florida, 1999-2008.
              Area                  All Races             Black          White          Hispanics

                                                   1999
   Alachua County                           11.2                  17.4            9.6               9.1
   Florida                                  12.6                  18.7           11.3           16.1
                                                   2000

   Alachua County                           11.9                  18.2           10.1               8.8
   Florida                                  12.7                  19.0           11.4           17.0
                                                   2001
   Alachua County                           11.0                  16.8            9.3           11.4
   Florida                                  12.5                  18.4           11.3           17.8
                                                   2002
   Alachua County                           10.5                  16.7            8.7           11.3
   Florida                                  12.3                  17.6           11.1           17.8
                                                   2003

   Alachua County                           10.7                  16.5            8.8           10.4
   Florida                                  12.4                  17.6           11.2           18.3
                                                   2004
   Alachua County                           11.0                  17.0            8.6           11.6
   Florida                                  12.4                  16.9           11.1           18.6
                                                   2005
   Alachua County                           11.1                  15.9            9.2           10.9
   Florida                                  12.6                  16.3           11.4           18.4
                                                   2006

   Alachua County                           11.6                  16.7            9.6           12.4
   Florida                                  12.9                  16.8           11.7           19.2
                                                   2007
   Alachua County                           11.5                  16.8            9.2           12.0
   Florida                                  12.8                  16.6           11.6           18.0
                                                   2008
   Alachua County                           11.8                  16.9            9.7           12.8
   Florida                                  12.3                  16.6           11.0           16.4
   Source: www.FloridaCHARTS.com, accessed December, 2009.




                                                                           Technical Appendix               Page TA-69
ALACHUA COUNTY HEALTH NEEDS ASSESSMENT                                                                 2010

   Table TA-57. Total Births by Zip Code by Race, Alachua County and Florida, 2004-2008.
                                                             2004-2008
              Area
                                      All Races                 Black              White

   32601 Gainesville                               853                   363                394

   32603 Gainesville                               292                     22               113

   32605 Gainesville                              1,197                  224                857

   32606 Gainesville                              1,139                  119                889

   32607 Gainesville                              1,866                  682               1,030

   32608 Gainesville                              2,359                  458               1,558

   32609 Gainesville                              1,268                  722                501

   32611 Gainesville                                16                        9               6

   32615 Alachua                                   897                   213                646

   32618 Archer                                    262                     61               193

   32631 Earleton                                   15                    -                  10

   32640 Hawthorne                                 311                     87               215

   32641 Gainesville                              1,088                  876                191

   32643 High Springs                              513                     52               449

   32653 Gainesville                               738                   174                511

   32667 Micanopy                                  109                     23                76

   32669 Newberry                                  693                     83               569

   32694 Waldo                                     102                     20                80

   Zip Code Total                             13,718                    4,188              8,288

   Alachua County                             13,963                    4,256              8,457

   Florida                               1,151,967                    248,712          842,544
   Source: Florida Department of Health, Office of Vital Statistics, 2004-2008.




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ALACHUA COUNTY HEALTH NEEDS ASSESSMENT                                                                      2010

   Table TA-58. Total Infant Deaths by Race and Ethnicity, Alachua County and Florida, 1999-2008.
              Area                  All Races               Black         White         Hispanics

                                                     1999
   Alachua County                               20                   11             9               -
   Florida                                 1,442                    605           815           206
                                                     2000

   Alachua County                               28                   12            15               -
   Florida                                 1,423                    594           810           222
                                                     2001
   Alachua County                               20                   11             8               -
   Florida                                 1,495                    635           839           254
                                                     2002
   Alachua County                               33                   17            15                   3
   Florida                                 1,548                    629           892           234
                                                     2003

   Alachua County                               34                   20            14                   1
   Florida                                 1,584                    647           907           273
                                                     2004
   Alachua County                               32                   20            12                   1
   Florida                                 1,536                    621           876           242
                                                     2005
   Alachua County                               25                   17             5                   2
   Florida                                 1,626                    652           882           373
                                                     2006

   Alachua County                               30                   11            15                   5
   Florida                                 1,713                    653           974           399
                                                     2007
   Alachua County                               25                   17             6                   1
   Florida                                 1,689                    689           906           440
                                                     2008
   Alachua County                               17                    5            12                   2
   Florida                                 1,667                    661           914           379
   Source: www.FloridaCHARTS.com, accessed December, 2009.




                                                                             Technical Appendix             Page TA-71
ALACHUA COUNTY HEALTH NEEDS ASSESSMENT                                                                       2010

   Table TA-59. Total Infant Death Rates Per 1,000 Live Births by Race and Ethnicity, Alachua County and Florida, 1999-
   2008.
               Area                 All Races                Black          White         Hispanics

                                                      1999
   Alachua County                               8.4                  14.9           5.8               -
   Florida                                      7.3                  13.4           5.6               5.0
                                                      2000

   Alachua County                           10.8                     15.1           8.9               -
   Florida                                      7.0                  12.6           5.4               4.8
                                                      2001
   Alachua County                               8.1                  14.5           5.1               -
   Florida                                      7.3                  13.5           5.5               5.1
                                                      2002
   Alachua County                           13.7                     22.0           9.9           19.7
   Florida                                      7.5                  13.6           5.9               4.5
                                                      2003

   Alachua County                           13.7                     25.8           9.1               6.9
   Florida                                      7.5                  13.7           5.8               5.0
                                                      2004
   Alachua County                           12.3                     24.6           7.8               6.0
   Florida                                      7.0                  13.2           5.5               4.1
                                                      2005
   Alachua County                               9.3                  20.9           3.0           10.4
   Florida                                      7.2                  13.6           5.3               5.9
                                                      2006

   Alachua County                           10.6                     12.7           8.6           21.5
   Florida                                      7.2                  12.9           5.6               5.7
                                                      2007
   Alachua County                               8.8                  19.5           3.5               3.8
   Florida                                      7.1                  13.4           5.2               6.2
                                                      2008
   Alachua County                               5.7                   5.6           6.6               7.2
   Florida                                   7.2                     12.9           5.5               5.7
   Source: www.FloridaCHARTS.com, accessed December, 2009.




                                                                               Technical Appendix            Page TA-72
ALACHUA COUNTY HEALTH NEEDS ASSESSMENT                                                                                        2010

   Table TA-60. Total Number of Infant Deaths and Rates Per 1,000 Live Births by Race and Zip Code, Alachua County and
   Florida, 2004-2008.

                                                Number                                 Rates Per 1,000 Live Births
             Area
                                All Races        Black           White           All Races       Black          White

   32601 Gainesville                    13                   9               3         15.2           24.8              7.6

   32603 Gainesville                        1            -               -              3.4              -              -
   32605 Gainesville                        6                2               3          5.0              8.9            3.5

   32606 Gainesville                        8                3               4          7.0           25.2              4.5

   32607 Gainesville                    17               10                  7          9.1           14.7              6.8

   32608 Gainesville                    19                   7               8          8.1           15.3              5.1

   32609 Gainesville                    17               14                  2         13.4           19.4              4.0

   32611 Gainesville                    -                -               -              -                -              -

   32615 Alachua                        10                   3               7         11.1           14.1           10.8

   32618 Archer                             3                3           -             11.5           49.2              -

   32631 Earleton                       -                -               -              -                -              -

   32640 Hawthorne                          4                3               1         12.9           34.5              4.7

   32641 Gainesville                    10                   9               1          9.2           10.3              5.2

   32643 High Springs                       4                1               3          7.8           19.2              6.7
   32653 Gainesville                        7                4               3          9.5           23.0              5.9

   32667 Micanopy                       -                -               -              -                -              -

   32669 Newberry                           4                1               3          5.8           12.0              5.3

   32694 Waldo                              1            -                   1          9.8              -           12.5
   Zip Code Total                      124               69              46             9.0           16.5              5.6

   Alachua County                      129               70              50             9.2           16.4              5.9

   Florida                         8,231            3,276             4,556             7.1           13.2              5.4
   Source: Florida Department of Health, Office of Vital Statistics, 2004-2008.




                                                                                      Technical Appendix                      Page TA-73
ALACHUA COUNTY HEALTH NEEDS ASSESSMENT                                                                       2010

   Table TA-61. Total Low Birthweight Births by Race and Ethnicity, Alachua County and Florida, 1999-2008.
              Area                 All Races                Black         White         Hispanics

                                                     1999
   Alachua County                              214                   99           107                7
   Florida                              16,126                  5,521        10,116           2,672
                                                     2000

   Alachua County                              211                  113            93                8
   Florida                              16,284                  5,840         9,897           2,991
                                                     2001
   Alachua County                              191                  100            80                9
   Florida                              16,812                  5,889        10,349           3,226
                                                     2002
   Alachua County                              235                  113           110               15
   Florida                              17,350                  5,889        10,833           3,504
                                                     2003

   Alachua County                              230                  119            97               10
   Florida                              18,047                  6,203        11,190           3,795
                                                     2004
   Alachua County                              238                  123           107               19
   Florida                              18,670                  6,134        11,570           4,100
                                                     2005
   Alachua County                              242                  122           100               14
   Florida                              19,802                  6,521        12,221           4,493
                                                     2006

   Alachua County                              256                  127           117               20
   Florida                              20,714                  6,822        12,848           4,948
                                                     2007
   Alachua County                              255                  132           107               16
   Florida                              20,767                  7,047        12,664           4,975
                                                     2008
   Alachua County                              278                  134           133               28
   Florida                               20,369            6,948             12,365           4,800
   Source: www.FloridaCHARTS.com, accessed December, 2009.




                                                                             Technical Appendix              Page TA-74
ALACHUA COUNTY HEALTH NEEDS ASSESSMENT                                                                      2010

   Table TA-62. Percent of Low Birthweight Births by Race and Ethnicity, Alachua County and Florida, 1999-2008.
              Area                  All Races                Black          White         Hispanics

                                                      1999
   Alachua County                               9.0                  13.4           6.9               6.4
   Florida                                      8.2                  12.3           6.9               6.4
                                                      2000

   Alachua County                               8.1                  14.2           5.5               7.3
   Florida                                      8.0                  12.4           6.6               6.5
                                                      2001
   Alachua County                               7.8                  13.2           5.1               6.1
   Florida                                      8.2                  12.5           6.8               6.5
                                                      2002
   Alachua County                               9.7                  14.7           7.3               9.9
   Florida                                      8.4                  12.8           7.1               6.8
                                                      2003

   Alachua County                               9.3                  15.4           6.3               6.9
   Florida                                      8.5                  13.2           7.1               6.9
                                                      2004
   Alachua County                               9.1                  15.1           7.0           11.4
   Florida                                      8.6                  13.1           7.2               7.0
                                                      2005
   Alachua County                               9.0                  15.0           6.1               7.3
   Florida                                      8.8                  13.6           7.4               7.0
                                                      2006

   Alachua County                               9.0                  14.7           6.7               8.6
   Florida                                      8.7                  13.4           7.4               7.1
                                                      2007
   Alachua County                               9.0                  15.2           6.3               6.1
   Florida                                      8.7                  13.7           7.3               7.1
                                                      2008
   Alachua County                               9.3                  15.0           7.3           10.1
   Florida                                   8.8                     13.5           7.4               7.3
   Source: www.FloridaCHARTS.com, accessed December, 2009.




                                                                              Technical Appendix            Page TA-75
ALACHUA COUNTY HEALTH NEEDS ASSESSMENT                                                                                           2010

   Table TA-63. Total Number and Percent of Births That Were Low Birthweight by Race and Zip Code, Alachua County and
   Florida, 2004-2008.
                                                Number                                   Percent of Total births
             Area
                                All Races        Black           White           All Races       Black             White

   32601 Gainesville                    83               47              27             9.7           12.9                 6.9

   32603 Gainesville                    15                   2               7          5.1              9.1               6.2
   32605 Gainesville                    90               29              51             7.5           12.9                 6.0

   32606 Gainesville                    79               26              46             6.9           21.8                 5.2

   32607 Gainesville                   165               93              64             8.8           13.6                 6.2
   32608 Gainesville                   164               52              97             7.0           11.4                 6.2

   32609 Gainesville                   153            112                38            12.1           15.5                 7.6

   32611 Gainesville                        2                2           -             12.5           22.2                 -
   32615 Alachua                        82               33              48             9.1           15.5                 7.4

   32618 Archer                         23                   7           15             8.8           11.5                 7.8

   32631 Earleton                           2            -                   2         13.3              -             20.0

   32640 Hawthorne                      36               21              13            11.6           24.1                 6.0
   32641 Gainesville                   140            125                14            12.9           14.3                 7.3

   32643 High Springs                   43                   8           35             8.4           15.4                 7.8
   32653 Gainesville                    68               29              37             9.2           16.7                 7.2

   32667 Micanopy                           7                4               3          6.4           17.4                 3.9

   32669 Newberry                       51               15              35             7.4           18.1                 6.2
   32694 Waldo                          10                   3               7          9.8           15.0                 8.8

   Zip Code Total                    1,213            608             539               8.8           14.5                 6.5

   Alachua County                    1,269            638             564               9.1           15.0                 6.7
   Florida                       100,322           33,472            61,668             8.7           13.5                 7.3
   Source: Florida Department of Health, Office of Vital Statistics, 2004-2008.




                                                                                      Technical Appendix                         Page TA-76
ALACHUA COUNTY HEALTH NEEDS ASSESSMENT                                                                     2010

   Table TA-64. Total Number of Births That Received Care in First Trimester by Race and Ethnicity, Alachua County and
   Florida, 1999-2008.
              Area                  All Races             Black         White       Hispanics

                                                   1999
   Alachua County                          1,992                  523       1,388               93
   Florida                              163,794              32,563       126,631        33,516
                                                   2000

   Alachua County                          2,185                  562       1,516               98
   Florida                              169,059              34,218       129,438        36,920
                                                   2001
   Alachua County                          2,030                  543       1,378           112
   Florida                              171,080              34,603       130,815        40,306
                                                   2002
   Alachua County                          2,050                  573       1,361           127
   Florida                              173,475              34,902       132,557        42,897
                                                   2003

   Alachua County                          2,110                  585       1,384           114
   Florida                              180,107              36,091       137,560        45,928
                                                   2004
   Alachua County                          1,991                  520       1,266           106
   Florida                              156,879              29,835       119,589        41,452
                                                   2005
   Alachua County                          2,073                  535       1,351           142
   Florida                              158,516              29,507       120,787        43,084
                                                   2006

   Alachua County                          2,125                  533       1,398           159
   Florida                              165,076              30,808       125,770        46,358
                                                   2007
   Alachua County                          2,080                  534       1,331           176
   Florida                              165,545              31,040       125,503        46,412
                                                   2008
   Alachua County                          2,180                  543       1,439           212
   Florida                               159,426           30,772         119,979        42,870
   Source: www.FloridaCHARTS.com, accessed December, 2009.




                                                                          Technical Appendix               Page TA-77
ALACHUA COUNTY HEALTH NEEDS ASSESSMENT                                                                       2010

   Table TA-65. Percent of the Total Births That Received Care in the First Trimester by Race and Ethnicity, Alachua County
   and Florida, 1999-2008.
                Area                    All Races             Black          White          Hispanics

                                                       1999
   Alachua County                               83.4                  70.9           89.1           85.3
   Florida                                      83.2                  72.3           86.5           80.8
                                                       2000
   Alachua County                               84.0                  70.7           89.9           89.1
   Florida                                      82.9                  72.4           86.2           80.5
                                                       2001
   Alachua County                               82.5                  71.6           87.4           75.7
   Florida                                      83.1                  73.5           86.3           81.2
                                                       2002
   Alachua County                               85.0                  74.3           90.1           83.6
   Florida                                      84.4                  75.7           87.1           83.1
                                                       2003
   Alachua County                               85.1                  75.6           89.7           78.6
   Florida                                      84.9                  76.6           87.4           83.7
                                                       2004
   Alachua County                               76.4                  64.0           82.3           63.5
   Florida                                      71.9                  63.5           74.7           70.8
                                                       2005
   Alachua County                               77.1                  65.7           82.1           74.0
   Florida                                      70.1                  61.5           72.7           67.6
                                                       2006
   Alachua County                               74.9                  61.8           80.5           68.2
   Florida                                      69.6                  60.6           72.2           66.1
                                                       2007
   Alachua County                               73.0                  61.3           78.0           66.9
   Florida                                      69.2                  60.2           71.9           65.9
                                                       2008
   Alachua County                               73.2                  60.7           78.7           76.5
   Florida                                       68.9                 59.9           71.6           65.0
   * The percentages indicate total births by race and ethnicity.
   Source: www.FloridaCHARTS.com, accessed December, 2009.




                                                                                Technical Appendix           Page TA-78
ALACHUA COUNTY HEALTH NEEDS ASSESSMENT                                                                                     2010

   Table TA-66. Total Number and Percent of Births That Received Care in the First Trimester by Race and Zip Code, Alachua
   County and Florida, 2004-2008.
                                                Number                                Percent of Total births
             Area
                                All Races        Black           White        All Races       Black             White

   32601 Gainesville                   586            212             305           68.7           58.4             77.4

   32603 Gainesville                   249               14              96         85.3           63.6             85.0

   32605 Gainesville                   967            143             725           80.8           63.8             84.6

   32606 Gainesville                   953               82           766           83.7           68.9             86.2

   32607 Gainesville                 1,367            432             816           73.3           63.3             79.2

   32608 Gainesville                 1,817            287           1,248           77.0           62.7             80.1

   32609 Gainesville                   881            469             377           69.5           65.0             75.2

   32611 Gainesville                        6                4            2         37.5           44.4             33.3

   32615 Alachua                       664            125             516           74.0           58.7             79.9

   32618 Archer                        192               36           151           73.3           59.0             78.2

   32631 Earleton                       11               -               11         73.3              -            110.0

   32640 Hawthorne                     223               55           163           71.7           63.2             75.8

   32641 Gainesville                   701            543             145           64.4           62.0             75.9

   32643 High Springs                  398               41           347           77.6           78.8             77.3

   32653 Gainesville                   593            112             438           80.4           64.4             85.7

   32667 Micanopy                       73               14              52         67.0           60.9             68.4

   32669 Newberry                      551               53           466           79.5           63.9             81.9

   32694 Waldo                          84               15              68         82.4           75.0             85.0

   Zip Code Total                   10,316          2,637           6,692           75.2           63.0             80.7

   Alachua County                   10,449          2,665           6,785           74.8           62.6             80.2

   Florida                       805,442         151,962           611,628          69.9           61.1             72.6
   Source: Florida Department of Health, Office of Vital Statistics, 2004-2008.




                                                                                   Technical Appendix                      Page TA-79
ALACHUA COUNTY HEALTH NEEDS ASSESSMENT                                                                     2010

   Table TA-67. Total Number of Teen Births (15-17 Years of Age) by Race and Ethnicity, Alachua County and Florida, 1999-
   2008.
              Area                  All Races                Black           White        Hispanics

                                                      1999
   Alachua County                                86                    62            24                1
   Florida                                 8,764                     3,445       5,192           1,936
                                                      2000

   Alachua County                               106                    64            41                1
   Florida                                 8,645                     3,522       5,000           2,019
                                                      2001
   Alachua County                                88                    58            30                7
   Florida                                 8,013                     3,227       4,646           2,086
                                                      2002
   Alachua County                                86                    57            29                6
   Florida                                 7,428                     2,824       4,494           1,950
                                                      2003

   Alachua County                                71                    41            27                5
   Florida                                 7,227                     2,690       4,421           2,021
                                                      2004
   Alachua County                                87                    58            25                7
   Florida                                 7,436                     2,647       4,537           2,211
                                                      2005
   Alachua County                                77                    51            23                2
   Florida                                 7,590                     2,664       4,678           2,394
                                                      2006

   Alachua County                                95                    65            25                7
   Florida                                 8,135                     2,875       5,003           2,697
                                                      2007
   Alachua County                                94                    58            34               10
   Florida                                 8,119                     2,908       4,960           2,643
                                                      2008
   Alachua County                                82                    49            30                2
   Florida                                 7,286                     2,651       4,379           2,291
   Source: www.FloridaCHARTS.com, accessed December, 2009.




                                                                               Technical Appendix          Page TA-80
ALACHUA COUNTY HEALTH NEEDS ASSESSMENT                                                                     2010

   Table TA-68. Teen (15-17 Years of Age) Birth Rates Per 1,000 Female Population 15-17 by Race and Ethnicity, Alachua
   County and Florida, 1999-2008.
              Area                  All Races             Black          White          Hispanics

                                                   1999
   Alachua County                           23.2                  55.2            9.8               4.4
   Florida                                  31.8                  54.0           25.5           33.9
                                                   2000

   Alachua County                           28.1                  56.7           15.5               4.2
   Florida                                  28.8                  53.2           22.2           33.8
                                                   2001
   Alachua County                           22.1                  47.4           11.0           26.1
   Florida                                  26.0                  47.2           20.2           33.7
                                                   2002
   Alachua County                           21.8                  46.0           10.8           20.3
   Florida                                  23.6                  40.5           19.1           30.5
                                                   2003

   Alachua County                           17.5                  32.2            9.8           15.4
   Florida                                  22.4                  37.7           18.3           30.7
                                                   2004
   Alachua County                           23.0                  67.6            9.1           20.1
   Florida                                  21.9                  36.6           17.7           30.9
                                                   2005
   Alachua County                           19.7                  50.8            8.5               5.4
   Florida                                  21.8                  34.7           18.1           32.4
                                                   2006

   Alachua County                           24.4                  65.2            9.3           18.4
   Florida                                  23.0                  36.9           19.0           34.5
                                                   2007
   Alachua County                           23.8                  46.9           13.9           31.2
   Florida                                  22.6                  36.5           18.7           32.2
                                                   2008
   Alachua County                           20.9                  39.6           12.4               6.4
   Florida                                  20.4                  33.7           16.5           27.2
   Source: www.FloridaCHARTS.com, accessed December, 2009.




                                                                            Technical Appendix             Page TA-81
ALACHUA COUNTY HEALTH NEEDS ASSESSMENT                                                                                      2010

   Table TA-69. Total Number and Percent of Hispanic Births by Selected Indicators by Zip Code, Alachua County and
   Florida, 2004-2008.

                                                                    Received Care in First
                                         Hispanic Infant Deaths                                  Low Birthweight Births
                           Total                                         Trimester
                          Hispanic
          Area
                            Live                        Rate Per
                           Births                                                  Percent of                  Percent of
                                         Number        1,000 Live   Number                       Number
                                                                                  Total Births                   Total
                                                         Births

   32601 Gainesville              67               2        29.9           40           59.7               6          9.0
   32603 Gainesville              29           -              -            23           79.3               3        10.3
   32605 Gainesville             118           -              -            94           79.7               9          7.6
   32606 Gainesville             116           -              -            98           84.5               6          5.2
   32607 Gainesville             166           -              -          114            68.7            13            7.8
   32608 Gainesville             218               2          9.2        129            59.2            19            8.7
   32609 Gainesville              67           -              -            43           64.2               7        10.4
   32611 Gainesville                 2         -              -               1         50.0           -              -
   32615 Alachua                 111               5        45.0           69           62.2            12          10.8
   32618 Archer                   15           -              -            10           66.7               1          6.7
   32631 Earleton                -             -       -                  -        -                   -       -
   32640 Hawthorne                14           -              -            10           71.4               2        14.3
   32641 Gainesville              27           -              -            17           63.0           -              -
   32643 High Springs             33           -              -            19           57.6               2          6.1
   32653 Gainesville              61               2        32.8           46           75.4               9        14.8
   32667 Micanopy                    2         -              -           -               -            -              -
   32669 Newberry                 84           -              -            56           66.7               5          6.0
   32694 Waldo                       5         -              -               2         40.0           -              -
   Zip Code Total              1,135            11            9.7        771            67.9            94            8.3
   Alachua County              1,132            11            9.7        795            70.2            97            8.6
   Florida                328,827         1,833             5.6      220,176            67.0       23,316             7.1
   Source: Florida Department of Health, Office of Vital Statistics, 2004-2008.




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   Table TA-70. Total Number of Repeat Births by Age of Mother, Alachua County and Florida, 1999-2008.

               Area                    15-17 years of age          18-19 years of age        15-19 years of age

                                                            1999
   Alachua County                                            6                          52                        62
   Florida                                                  940                    4,440                     5,562
                                                            2000
   Alachua County                                           10                          58                        69
   Florida                                                  945                    4,330                     5,482
                                                            2001
   Alachua County                                            6                          49                        55
   Florida                                                  825                    4,095                     4,920
                                                            2002
   Alachua County                                           12                          54                        66
   Florida                                                  773                    3,890                     4,663
                                                            2003
   Alachua County                                            4                          52                        56
   Florida                                                  732                    3,798                     4,530
                                                            2004
   Alachua County                                            5                          40                        45
   Florida                                                  728                    3,633                     4,361
                                                            2005
   Alachua County                                            8                          37                        45
   Florida                                                  701                    3,792                     4,494
                                                            2006
   Alachua County                                           13                          42                        55
   Florida                                                  784                    3,851                     4,636
                                                            2007
   Alachua County                                           10                          40                        50
   Florida                                                  755                    3,972                     4,729
                                                            2008
   Alachua County                                            6                          46                        52
   Florida                                                706                      3,699                     4,405
   Repeat births to mothers by age that had a previous birth.
   Source: Office of Vital Statistics, 1999-2008.




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   Table TA-71. Percent of Repeat Births to All Births by Moms Age, Alachua County and Florida, 1999-2008.

             Area          15-17 years of age            18-19 years of age      15-19 years of age

                                                      1999
   Alachua County                               7.0                       25.1                    21.2
   Florida                                  10.7                          27.5                    22.3
                                                      2000
   Alachua County                               9.4                       26.5                    21.2
   Florida                                  10.9                          26.2                    21.8
                                                      2001
   Alachua County                               6.8                       23.6                    18.6
   Florida                                  10.3                          25.3                    20.3
                                                      2002
   Alachua County                           14.0                          32.5                    26.2
   Florida                                  10.4                          24.7                    20.1
                                                      2003
   Alachua County                               5.6                       28.1                    21.9
   Florida                                  10.1                          24.4                    19.9
                                                      2004
   Alachua County                               5.7                       22.3                    16.9
   Florida                                      9.8                       22.8                    18.6
                                                      2005
   Alachua County                           10.4                          23.3                    19.1
   Florida                                      9.2                       22.9                    18.6
                                                      2006
   Alachua County                           13.7                          22.3                    19.4
   Florida                                      9.6                       22.2                    18.2
                                                      2007
   Alachua County                           10.6                          23.0                    18.7
   Florida                                      9.3                       22.6                    18.4
                                                      2008
   Alachua County                               7.3                       21.1                    17.3
   Florida                                     9.7                     22.0                     18.3
   Repeat births to mothers by age that had a previous birth. The percentages are based on the total
   number of births to mothers 15-17, 18-19 and 15-19 years of age.
   Source: Office of Vital Statistics, 1999-2008.




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   Table TA-72. Total Number of Births With Medicaid as the Payment Source by Race and Ethnicity, Alachua County and
   Florida, 2004-2008.

             Area          All Races          Black            White             Hispanics

                                             2004
   Alachua County                   1,001              528              423                  67
   Florida                      79,882              25,216           51,523           22,029
                                             2005

   Alachua County                   1,239              626              552                  85
   Florida                      99,941              31,118           64,948           27,905
                                             2006

   Alachua County                   1,291              662              578                  98
   Florida                     103,323              32,396           67,157           29,451
                                             2007
   Alachua County                   1,248              640              554               113
   Florida                     102,205              32,396           65,966           28,461
                                             2008

   Alachua County                   1,363              693              605               105
   Florida                     102,339           32,595              65,743           27,884
   Source: www.FloridaCHARTS.com, accessed December, 2009.


   Table TA-73. Percent of Births That had Medicaid as the Payment Source by Race and Ethnicity, Alachua County and
   Florida, 2004-2008.
         Area           All Races           Black            White            Hispanics
                                            2004
   Alachua County               38.4                64.9             27.5             40.1
   Florida                      36.6                53.7             32.2             37.6
                                            2005
   Alachua County               46.1                76.9             33.5             44.3
   Florida                      44.2                64.9             39.1             43.8
                                            2006
   Alachua County               45.5                76.7             33.3             42.1
   Florida                      43.6                63.8             38.6             42.0
                                            2007

   Alachua County               43.8                73.5             32.5             43.0
   Florida                      42.7                62.8             37.8             40.4
                                            2008

   Alachua County               45.7                77.4             33.1             37.9
   Florida                      44.2            63.5                 39.3             42.2
   Source: www.FloridaCHARTS.com, accessed December, 2009.




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   BRFSS Data Tables

   Table TA-74. Selected BRFSS Indicators for Alachua County and Florida, 2002 and 2007.
                                                                                                          2002
                                                                                       Alachua
                                        Indicator                                              Florida   County
                                                                                       County
                                                                                                         Measure
                                                       Air Quality
   Percentage of adults who reduced or changed outdoor activity because the air
                                                                                           27.4     19.2     NA
   quality was bad
                                                 Alcohol Consumption
   Percentage of adults who engage in heavy or binge drinking                              21.5     16.2    26.6
                                                 Antibiotic Resistance
   Percentage of adults who have heard of antibiotic resistant infections                  69.1     58.3     NA
                                                        Arthritis
   Percentage of adults who have been told they have some form of arthritis                18.7     24.3     NA
   Percentage of adults who are limited in any way in any usual activities because of
                                                                                           11.3     12.5     NA
   arthritis or chronic joint symptoms
   Percentage of adults who had symptoms of pain, aching, or stiffness in or around a
                                                                                           35.9     37.2     NA
   joint
                                                        Asthma
   Percentage of adults who currently have asthma                                           6.9       6.2    6.5
                                                   Cancer Screening
   Percentage of women 40 years of age and older who received a mammogram in the
                                                                                           70.8     64.9    67.8
   past year
   Percentage of women 18 years of age and older who had a clinical breast exam in
                                                                                           72.8     65.0     NA
   the past year
   Percentage of women 18 years of age and older who received a Pap test in the past
                                                                                           70.5     64.8    73.3
   year
   Percentage of men 50 years of age and older who received a PSA test in the past two
                                                                                           63.9     72.3     NA
   years
   Percentage of men 50 years of age and older who received a digital rectal exam in
                                                                                           56.0     56.3     NA
   the past year
   Percentage of adults 50 years of age and older who received a blood stool test in the
                                                                                           21.1     21.2    22.6
   past year
   Percentage of adults 50 years of age and older who received a sigmoidoscopy or
                                                                                           54.6     53.7    45.2
   colonoscopy in the past five years
                                               Cardiovascular Disease
   Percentage of adults who have ever had a stroke                                          2.8       3.1    NA
   Percentage of adults who have ever had a heart attack, angina, or coronary heart
                                                                                            7.0       9.3    NA
   disease
                                                Cholesterol Awareness
   Percentage of adults who had their cholesterol checked in the past five years           76.5     78.5    69.6
   Percentage of adults who have diagnosed high blood cholesterol                          26.8     37.3    28.9
                                                      Dental Care
   Percentage of adults who could not see a dentist in the past year because of cost       22.9     19.2     NA
   NA: Data not available in 2002.
   Source: Florida Department of Health, Division of Disease Control, Bureau of Epidemiology, Chronic Disease
   Epidemiology Section, 2007 Florida Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) Data Report.




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   Table TA-74 Cont. Selected BRFSS Indicators for Alachua County and Florida, 2002 and 2007.
                                                                                                           2002
                                                                                        Alachua
                                        Indicator                                               Florida   County
                                                                                        County
                                                                                                          Measure
                                                       Diabetes
   Percentage of adults with diagnosed diabetes                                             6.3     8.7     5.1
   Percentage of adults with diabetes who self-monitor blood glucose at least once a
                                                                                          73.8     65.7     NA
   day on average
   Percentage of adults with diabetes who had two A1C tests in the past year              72.4     71.2     NA
   Percentage of adults with diabetes who had an annual foot exam                         87.5     75.6     NA
   Percentage of adults with diabetes who had an annual eye exam                          77.3     77.4     NA
   Percentage of adults with diabetes who ever had diabetes self-management
                                                                                          42.6     51.4     NA
   education
   Average age at which diabetes was diagnosed                                            42.3     50.9     NA
                                                       Disability
   Percentage of adults who are limited in any way in any usual activities because of
                                                                                          18.0     17.8     NA
   physical, mental or emotional problems
   Percentage of adults who use special equipment because of a health problem               5.9     7.1     NA
                                                       Folic Acid
   Percentage of adults who take a multivitamin                                           58.8     58.5     NA
   Percentage of women under age 45 who take a multivitamin                               54.9     56.4     NA
                                               Gastrointestinal Disease
   Percentage of adults who had diarrhea in the past 30 days                              15.0     14.1     NA

   Percentage of adults who had diarrhea in the past 30 days and who visited a doctor       1.5     2.4     NA

                                                Health Care Access & Coverage
   Percentage of adults with any type of health care insurance coverage                    86.9     81.4    76.9
   Percentage of adults who have a personal doctor                                         73.3     77.1    71.1
   Percentage of adults who could not see a doctor at least once in the past year due
                                                                                           11.6     15.1     NA
   to cost
   Percentage of adults who had a medical checkup in the past year                         69.0     74.6     NA
                                                 Health Status & Quality of Life
   Percentage of adults with good to excellent overall health                              89.8     83.4    89.0
   Percentage of adults who are "very satisfied" or "satisfied" with their lives           96.0     94.2     NA
   Percentage of adults who always or usually receive the social and emotional
                                                                                           78.8     77.9     NA
   support they need
   Percentage of adults with good physical health                                          91.9     88.8     NA
   Percentage of adults with good mental health                                            89.8     90.3     NA
   Average number of days where poor mental or physical health interfered with
                                                                                            2.3       4.5    NA
   activities of daily living in the past 30 days
   Average number of unhealthy physical days in the past 30 days                            3.1       3.6    NA
   Average number of unhealthy mental days in the past 30 days                              3.1       3.3    NA
                                                           HIV/AIDS
   Percentage of adults less than 65 years of age who have been tested for HIV             45.2     49.1    43.0
                                             Hypertension Awareness and Control
   Percentage of adults with diagnosed hypertension                                        22.2     28.2    19.6
   Percentage of adults with hypertension who engage in blood pressure control
                                                                                           96.8     96.4     NA
   measures
   Percentage of adults with hypertension who were advised by a health care provider
                                                                                           97.5     95.5     NA
   to engage in control measures
   NA: Data not available in 2002.
   Source: Florida Department of Health, Division of Disease Control, Bureau of Epidemiology, Chronic Disease
   Epidemiology Section, 2007 Florida Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) Data Report.




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   Table TA-74 Cont. Selected BRFSS Indicators for Alachua County and Florida, 2002 and 2007.
                                                                                                           2002
                                                                                        Alachua
                                        Indicator                                               Florida   County
                                                                                        County
                                                                                                          Measure
                                                     Immunization
   Percentage of adults in high-risk groups who received a flu shot in the past year      51.6     44.6     NA
   Percentage of adults in high-risk groups who have ever received a pneumonia
                                                                                          34.6     37.0     NA
   vaccination
   Percentage of adults who received a flu shot in the past year                          31.4     32.7    23.5
   Percentage of adults age 65 and older who received a flu shot in the past year         68.6     64.6    59.9
   Percentage of adults who have ever received a pneumonia vaccination                    22.6     25.9    14.3
   Percentage of adults age 65 and older who have ever received a pneumonia
                                                                                          67.3     63.0    52.6
   vaccination
   Percentage of adults who were at risk and who have received a hepatitis B
                                                                                          NA       43.8     NA
   vaccination
                                                 Overweight & Obesity
   Percentage of adults who are overweight                                                37.8     38.0    36.1
   Percentage of adults who are obese                                                     25.4     24.1    14.7
   Percentage of adults who are overweight or obese                                       63.3     62.1    50.7
   Percentage of adults whose body weight increased by five pounds or more in the
                                                                                          23.7     22.4     NA
   past year
   Percentage of adults whose body weight decreased by five pounds or more in the
                                                                                          22.2     23.0     NA
   past year
                                              Physical Activity & Nutrition
   Percentage of adults who are sedentary                                                 17.2     25.4    16.9
   Percentage of adults who are inactive at work                                          62.5     64.5    68.6
   Percentage of adults who consume at least five servings of fruits and vegetables a
                                                                                          29.2     26.2     27
   day
   Percentage of adults who meet moderate physical activity requirements                  39.2     34.6    36.8
   Percentage of adults who meet vigorous physical activity requirements                  31.3     26.0    28.1

   Percentage of adults who had an unwanted sexual experience in the past 12 months       10.0      6.7     NA

                                               Tobacco Use & Exposure
   Percentage of adults who are current smokers                                            15.5     19.3    18.8
   Percentage of adults who are former smokers                                             22.8     26.2    21.9
   Percentage of adults who have ever smoked                                               61.7     54.5    59.3
   Percentage of non-smoking adults who were exposed to secondhand smoke in the
                                                                                           16.4     14.9     NA
   past seven days
   Percentage of adult current smokers who tried to quit smoking at least once in the
                                                                                           61.1     53.2    57.7
   past year
   NA: Data not available in 2002.
   Source: Florida Department of Health, Division of Disease Control, Bureau of Epidemiology, Chronic Disease
   Epidemiology Section, 2007 Florida Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) Data Report.




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   Table TA-75. Comparison of Selected BRFSS Indicators for Alachua County and Florida, 2002 and 2007.
                                                                                            Alachua County
                                                                                                          Percent    Florida
                                      Indicator                                      2002    2007
                                                                                                         Difference (2007)
                                                                                    Measure Measure
                                                                                                       (2002 - 2007)
                                                     Alcohol Consumption
   Percentage of adults who engage in heavy or binge drinking                        26.6       21.5          (19.2)   16.2
                                                            Asthma
   Percentage of adults who currently have asthma                                     6.5        6.9            6.2     6.2
                                                       Cancer Screening
   Percentage of women 40 years of age and older who received a mammogram in
                                                                                     67.8       70.8            4.4    64.9
   the past year
   Percentage of women 18 years of age and older who received a Pap test in the
                                                                                     73.3       70.5           (3.8)   64.8
   past year
   Percentage of adults 50 years of age and older who received a blood stool test
                                                                                     22.6       21.1           (6.6)   21.2
   in the past year
   Percentage of adults 50 years of age and older who received a sigmoidoscopy
                                                                                     45.2       54.6           20.8    53.7
   or colonoscopy in the past five years
                                                    Cholesterol Awareness
   Percentage of adults who had their cholesterol checked in the past five years     69.6       76.5            9.9    78.5

   Percentage of adults who have diagnosed high blood cholesterol                    28.9       26.8           (7.3)   37.3
                                                             Diabetes
   Percentage of adults with diagnosed diabetes                                       5.1        6.3           23.5     8.7
                                                  Health Care Access & Coverage
   Percentage of adults with any type of health care insurance coverage              76.9       86.9           13.0    81.4
   Percentage of adults who have a personal doctor                                   71.1       73.3            3.1    77.1
                                                  Health Status & Quality of Life
   Percentage of adults with good to excellent overall health                        89.0       89.8            0.9    83.4
                                                             HIV/AIDS
   Percentage of adults less than 65 years of age who have been tested for HIV       43.0       45.2            5.1    49.1
                                              Hypertension Awareness and Control
   Percentage of adults with diagnosed hypertension                                  19.6       22.2           13.3    28.2
                                                          Immunization
   Percentage of adults who received a flu shot in the past year                     23.5       31.4           33.6    32.7

   Percentage of adults age 65 and older who received a flu shot in the past year    59.9       68.6           14.5    64.6

   Percentage of adults who have ever received a pneumonia vaccination               14.3        22.6          58.0    25.9
   Percentage of adults age 65 and older who have ever received a pneumonia
                                                                                     52.6        67.3          27.9    63.0
   vaccination
                                                      Overweight & Obesity
   Percentage of adults who are overweight                                           36.1        37.8            4.7   38.0
   Percentage of adults who are obese                                                14.7        25.4          72.8    24.1
   Percentage of adults who are overweight or obese                                  50.7        63.3          24.9    62.1
                                                   Physical Activity & Nutrition
   Percentage of adults who are sedentary                                            16.9        17.2            1.8   25.4
   Percentage of adults who are inactive at work                                     68.6        62.5           (8.9) 64.5
   Percentage of adults who consume at least five servings of fruits and
                                                                                     27.0        29.2            8.1   26.2
   vegetables a day
   Percentage of adults who meet moderate physical activity requirements             36.8        39.2            6.5   34.6
   Percentage of adults who meet vigorous physical activity requirements             28.1        31.3          11.4    26.0
   Source: Florida Department of Health, Division of Disease Control, Bureau of Epidemiology, Chronic Disease Epidemiology
   Section, 2007 Florida Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) Data Report.




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   Table TA-75 Cont. Comparison of Selected BRFSS Indicators for Alachua County and Florida, 2002 and
   2007.
                                                                                                  Alachua County
                                                                                                                  Percent    Florida
                                        Indicator                                         2002    2007
                                                                                                                 Difference (2007)
                                                                                         Measure Measure
                                                                                                               (2002 - 2007)
                                                     Tobacco Use & Exposure
   Percentage of adults who are current smokers                                      18.8        15.5          (17.6) 19.3
   Percentage of adults who are former smokers                                       21.9        22.8            4.1   26.2
   Percentage of adults who have ever smoked                                         59.3        61.7            4.0   54.5
   Percentage of adult current smokers who tried to quit smoking at least once in
                                                                                     57.7        61.1            5.9   53.2
   the past year
   Source: Florida Department of Health, Division of Disease Control, Bureau of Epidemiology, Chronic Disease Epidemiology
   Section, 2007 Florida Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) Data Report.


   Student Obesity Data Table
   Table TA-76. Alachua County Public School Students with Overweight or Obese BMI Measurements, 2008-2009.
                                                              Number of Students       Percent Overweight or
                School                  Total Students
                                                             Overweight or Obese*             Obese*
   W.A. Metcalfe                                       418                        134                    32.1
   Joseph Williams                                     580                        190                    32.8
   Alachua Elementary                                  470                        150                    31.9
   Archer Community                                    314                        108                    34.4
   Chester Shell                                       208                         71                    34.1
   Waldo Community                                     218                         76                    34.9
   Myra Terwilliger                                    356                        148                    41.6
   Idylwild Elementary                                 707                        203                    28.7
   Glen Springs Elementary                             771                        187                    24.3
   M.K. Rawlings                                       381                        141                      37
   Hidden Oak Elementary                               882                        302                    34.2
   Kimball Wiles                                       684                        208                    30.4
   Lawton Chiles                                       771                        231                      30
   Newberry Elementary                                 695                        240                    34.5
   C.W. Norton                                         646                        187                    28.9
   William Talbot                                      545                        144                    26.4
                    Elementary - Total               8,648                      2,720                    31.5
   Abraham Lincoln                                     848                        303                    35.7
   Howard Bishop                                       945                        388                    41.1
   Westwood Middle                                   1,243                        453                    36.4
   Hawthorne High                                      385                        176                    45.7
   A.L. Mebane                                         561                        219                      39
   Fort Clarke Middle                                  816                        281                    34.4
   Kanapaha Middle                                     951                        318                    33.4
   Oak View Middle                                     633                        238                    37.6
                  Middle School -Total               6,382                      2,376                    37.2
   Gainesville High                                  1,306                        445                    34.1
   Hawthorne High                                      385                        176                    45.7
   Newberry High                                       396                        144                    36.4
   Santa Fe High                                       930                        320                    34.4
   Eastside High                                     1,396                        513                    36.7
   F.W. Buchholz High                                1,396                        435                    31.2
                    High School - Total              5,809                      2,033                      35
              All Schools - Grand Total            20,839                       7,129                    34.2
   * Based on Body Mass Index(BMI) calculations made during school observations of students.
   Source: School Board of Alachua County, 2009; Maternal Child Health Education and Research Center
   (MCHERDC), 2009.




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   Other Infectious Diseases Data Tables

   Table TA-77. Total Gonorrhea, Chlamydia & Infectious Syphilis Rates Per 100,000 Population, Alachua County and
   Florida, 1999-2008.
           Year                  Alachua                        Florida

   1999                                       639.8                          347.9
   2000                                       810.1                          352.0
   2001                                       703.7                          363.4
   2002                                       656.1                          381.7
   2003                                       747.5                          361.3
   2004                                       703.5                          351.2
   2005                                       769.0                          357.0
   2006                                       858.4                          399.2
   2007                                       944.1                          437.8
   2008                                      916.6                           505.1
   Source: www.FloridaCHARTS.com, accessed February 2010.


   Table TA-78. Vaccine Preventable Disease Rates Per 100,000 Population, Alachua County and Florida, 1999-2008.
            Year                   Alachua                         Florida

   1999                                           1.4                                4.0
   2000                                           1.8                                3.6
   2001                                           1.8                                3.2
   2002                                           2.2                                3.5
   2003                                           1.7                                4.0
   2004                                           0.8                                3.4
   2005                                          10.8                                3.4
   2006                                           0.8                                3.0
   2007                                           5.2                                3.3
   2008                                         3.6                                  3.7
   Source: www.FloridaCHARTS.com, accessed February 2010.


   Table TA-79. HIV Cases Rates Per 100,000 Population, Alachua County and Florida, 1999-2008.
          Year               Alachua                  Florida

   1999                                21.6                      39.9
   2000                                16.4                      35.0
   2001                                22.7                      35.1
   2002                                24.4                      38.1
   2003                                19.4                      34.7
   2004                                23.2                      32.4
   2005                                18.2                      29.4
   2006                                18.0                      26.6
   2007                                26.6                      31.9
   2008                                28.1                      37.8
   Source: www.FloridaCHARTS.com, accessed February 2010.




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   Environmental Data Tables

   Table TA-80. Percent of Population With Fluoridated Water Supplies, Alachua County and Florida, 1999-2008.
            Year                   Alachua                   Florida

   1999                                         92.4                    64.1
   2000                                         92.4                    65.1
   2001                                         92.0                    65.9
   2002                                         94.0                    68.5
   2003                                         93.2                    68.9
   2004                                         93.2                    74.1
   2005                                         92.2                    76.9
   2006                                         92.3                    77.6
   2007                                         92.3                    77.8
   2008                                       92.4                      78.7
   Source: www.FloridaCHARTS.com, accessed February 2010.




   Table TA-81. Percent of Population With Community Water Supplies, Alachua County and Florida, 1999-2008.
           Year                Alachua                 Florida

   1999                                  80.5                    90.5
   2000                                  79.0                    92.1
   2001                                  78.3                    90.9
   2002                                  74.4                    90.1
   2003                                  74.4                    90.2
   2004                                  74.2                    90.1
   2005                                  75.5                    92.3
   2006                                  75.8                    90.7
   2007                                  75.9                    90.3
   2008                                  75.2                    90.5
   Source: www.FloridaCHARTS.com, accessed February 2010.




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   Health Care Access and Utilization
   Health Care Access and Utilization data are presented at the county level and state level for each indicator. Zip
   Code level data are presented where available.

   Unmet Need Data Table

   Table TA-82. Estimates of Unmet Primary Care Need, 2006-2008.

                Estimating Factors                    2006           2007       2008

   TOTAL - Safety Net Providers Uninsured
   Primary Care Patients                                 6,534        7,539        8,649
   0-64 Population                                    221,261       224,164     227,646
   2004 AHCA Non-Elderly (0-64) Uninsured Rate
   Estimate                                               13.4          13.4         13.4
   2006 Census Bureau Non-Elderly (0-64)
   Uninsured Rate Estimate                                  28            28           28
   Total Number Non-Elderly (0-64) Estimated
   Uninsured (AHCA, 2004)                               29,649       30,038       30,505
   Total Number Non-Elderly Estimated
   Uninsured (Census, 2006)                             61,953       62,766       63,741
   TOTAL - Potential Non-Elderly (0-64) Unmet
   Need Estimate (AHCA, 2004)                           23,115       22,499       21,856
   TOTAL – Potential Unmet Need Estimate
   (Census, 2006)                                       55,419       55,227       55,092
   Source: Safety Net Provider Data, 2006-2008; Florida Agency for Health Care
   Administration, 2004 Florida Health Insurance Study; U.S. Census Bureau, Small Area
   Health Insurance Estimate, 2006.



   Table TA-83. HPSA Shortage Area, and MUA, 2010.
    Health Professional Shortage Area                    Alachua County

   Dental                                Rural Health Clinic - Score is 0
   Mental Health                         Rural Health Clinic - Score is 0
                                         Population Group
   Primary Medical Care                  Single County
                                         Rural Health Clinic


   Medically Underserved Area            Low Income Migrant Farm Worker - County
   Source: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services HRSA, 2010.




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   Medicaid Data Tables

   Table TA-84. Number of Medicaid Eligibles and Percent of Total Population by Zip Code, Alachua County and Florida as of
   December of Each Year 2005-2009.
                                                                            Medicaid Eligibles
                        Area                    Total Population
                                                                       Number             Percent
                                                  2005
   32601 Gainesville                                     20,177               2,836                 14.1
   32603 Gainesville                                      7,654                 226                  3.0
   32605 Gainesville                                     25,742               1,478                  5.7
   32606 Gainesville                                     20,371               1,070                  5.3
   32607 Gainesville                                     30,274               3,019                 10.0
   32608 Gainesville                                     36,388               2,864                  7.9
   32609 Gainesville                                     19,957               4,336                 21.7
   32611 Gainesville                                      4,834                  13                  0.3
   32615 Alachua                                         13,461               2,058                 15.3
   32618 Archer                                           8,836               1,062                 12.0
   32631 Earleton                                           779                  26                  3.3
   32640 Hawthorne                                       11,288               1,610                 14.3
   32641 Gainesville                                     13,404               4,410                 32.9
   32643 High Springs                                     9,738               1,250                 12.8
   32653 Gainesville                                     13,245                 920                  6.9
   32667 Micanopy                                         4,174                 355                  8.5
   32669 Newberry                                         8,081               1,139                 14.1
   32694 Waldo                                            1,403                 368                 26.2
   Alachua County                                       237,372              28,940                 12.2
   Florida                                           17,926,011           2,233,946                 12.5
                                                  2006
   32601 Gainesville                                     19,577               2,689               13.7
   32603 Gainesville                                       7,599                233                 3.1
   32605 Gainesville                                     26,274               1,352                 5.1
   32606 Gainesville                                     22,193               1,033                 4.7
   32607 Gainesville                                     28,877               2,967               10.3
   32608 Gainesville                                     35,277               2,813                 8.0
   32609 Gainesville                                     20,090               4,178               20.8
   32611 Gainesville                                       5,121                 11                 0.2
   32615 Alachua                                         14,248               1,892               13.3
   32618 Archer                                            9,154              1,007               11.0
   32631 Earleton                                            872                 19                 2.2
   32640 Hawthorne                                       12,120               1,617               13.3
   32641 Gainesville                                     13,153               4,285               32.6
   32643 High Springs                                    10,378               1,207               11.6
   32653 Gainesville                                     13,017                 906                 7.0
   32667 Micanopy                                          4,687                360                 7.7
   32669 Newberry                                          8,854              1,067               12.1
   32694 Waldo                                             1,572                395               25.1
   Alachua County                                       239,909              26,924               11.2
   Florida                                           18,478,309          2,129,623                11.5
   Source: Agency for Health Care Administration, Medicaid Program Office; 2005-2009; ESRI Business
   Solutions, 2005-2009.




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   Table TA-84 Cont. Number of Medicaid Eligibles and Percent of Total Population by Zip
   Code, Alachua County and Florida as of December of Each Year, 2005-2009.
                                                                            Medicaid Eligibles
                        Area                    Total Population
                                                                       Number             Percent
                                                  2007
   32601 Gainesville                                     20,471               2,517                 12.3
   32603 Gainesville                                      7,472                 200                  2.7
   32605 Gainesville                                     25,525               1,282                  5.0
   32606 Gainesville                                     21,534                 932                  4.3
   32607 Gainesville                                     30,395               2,942                  9.7
   32608 Gainesville                                     36,996               2,752                  7.4
   32609 Gainesville                                     20,117               4,014                 20.0
   32611 Gainesville                                      4,931                  15                  0.3
   32615 Alachua                                         14,542               1,757                 12.1
   32618 Archer                                          10,088                 976                  9.7
   32631 Earleton                                           870                  21                  2.4
   32640 Hawthorne                                       12,374               1,562                 12.6
   32641 Gainesville                                     13,551               4,016                 29.6
   32643 High Springs                                     9,689               1,178                 12.2
   32653 Gainesville                                     13,375                 822                  6.1
   32667 Micanopy                                         4,722                 326                  6.9
   32669 Newberry                                         9,008               1,063                 11.8
   32694 Waldo                                            1,585                 383                 24.2
   Alachua County                                       244,351              26,065                 10.7
   Florida                                           18,893,813           2,162,233                 11.4
                                                  2008
   32601 Gainesville                                     20,572               2,487               12.1
   32603 Gainesville                                       7,508                192                 2.6
   32605 Gainesville                                     25,608               1,574                 6.1
   32606 Gainesville                                     20,897               1,063                 5.1
   32607 Gainesville                                     29,735               3,173               10.7
   32608 Gainesville                                     36,674               2,928                 8.0
   32609 Gainesville                                     20,302               4,324               21.3
   32611 Gainesville                                       4,902                  4                 0.1
   32615 Alachua                                         14,681               1,944               13.2
   32618 Archer                                            9,634              1,076               11.2
   32631 Earleton                                            590                 21                 3.6
   32640 Hawthorne                                       12,298               1,698               13.8
   32641 Gainesville                                     13,273               4,554               34.3
   32643 High Springs                                    10,329               1,283               12.4
   32653 Gainesville                                     12,821                 952                 7.4
   32667 Micanopy                                          5,113                340                 6.6
   32669 Newberry                                          9,835              1,214               12.3
   32694 Waldo                                             1,954                418               21.4
   Alachua County                                       243,403              28,008               11.5
   Florida                                           19,119,225          2,386,151                12.5
   Source: Agency for Health Care Administration, Medicaid Program Office; 2005-2009; ESRI Business
   Solutions, 2005-2009.




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   Table TA-84 Cont. Number of Medicaid Eligibles and Percent of Total Population by Zip
   Code, Alachua County and Florida as of December of Each Year, 2005-2009.
                                                                              Medicaid Eligibles
                      Area                      Total Population
                                                                         Number             Percent
                                                  2009
   32601 Gainesville                                     20,925               2,501               12.0
   32603 Gainesville                                       7,549                192                 2.5
   32605 Gainesville                                     26,066               1,697                 6.5
   32606 Gainesville                                     21,198               1,292                 6.1
   32607 Gainesville                                     28,782               3,360               11.7
   32608 Gainesville                                     38,631               3,356                 8.7
   32609 Gainesville                                     20,744               4,366               21.0
   32611 Gainesville                                       4,893                 16                 0.3
   32615 Alachua                                         15,055               2,138               14.2
   32618 Archer                                            9,978              1,154               11.6
   32631 Earleton                                            600                 30                 5.0
   32640 Hawthorne                                       12,330               1,851               15.0
   32641 Gainesville                                     13,459               4,915               36.5
   32643 High Springs                                    10,629               1,405               13.2
   32653 Gainesville                                     12,805               1,072                 8.4
   32667 Micanopy                                          5,111                386                 7.6
   32669 Newberry                                        10,245               1,304               12.7
   32694 Waldo                                             1,996                428               21.4
   Alachua County                                       247,537              30,480               12.3
   Florida                                           19,021,613          2,708,723                14.2
   Source: Agency for Health Care Administration, Medicaid Program Office; 2005-2009; ESRI Business
   Solutions, 2005-2009.




   Table TA-85. Median Monthly Medicaid Enrollment Rates Per 100,000 for Alachua County and Florida, 1999-2008.

           Area                    Alachua                         Florida


   1999                                      11,794.9                        10,332.3

   2000                                      12,542.5                        11,483.8

   2001                                      12,589.7                        11,969.8

   2002                                      12,958.6                        12,535.0

   2003                                      12,284.5                        11,982.0
   2004                                      11,690.0                        12,174.9
   2005                                      11,925.2                        12,300.0

   2006                                      11,249.6                        11,858.8
   2007                                      10,558.4                        11,264.5

   2008                                  11,884.5                            14,020.7
   Source: www.FloridaCHARTS.com, accessed February 2010.




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   Table TA-86. Medicaid Expenditures by Type, Alachua County and Florida, July 1, 2007 – April, 30, 2008.
                                                   Alachua County                                            Florida
   Type of Medical Assistance       Clients                     Dollars                    Clients                       Dollars
                                Number    Percent          Number           Percent   Number       Percent         Number            Percent
   Adult Day Care                     0        -                    $0.00      -               0      -                      $0.00      -
   Ambulatory Surgical             342         1.0         $148,951.65         0.1      35,669        1.2        $12,879,891.10         0.1
   Birthing Center                 183         0.5          $57,912.33         0.0       1,872        0.1          $1,035,701.22        0.0
   Case Management                 636         1.8         $214,184.50         0.1      56,254        1.9        $17,927,648.22         0.2
   Chiropractor Services           211         0.6          $27,077.38         0.0       7,341        0.2              $863,333.95      0.0
   Comm Mental Services           1,143        3.2       $2,664,061.82         1.3      58,358        1.9        $92,303,968.60         0.9
   Dental Care                    5,449       15.4       $1,133,829.21         0.6     284,706        9.5        $81,004,362.52         0.8
   DME Dial Crossover              675         1.9         $554,648.38         0.3      41,084        1.4        $30,430,870.03         0.3
   End-Stage Renal                  33         0.1         $290,477.36         0.1       1,462        0.0        $11,232,224.31         0.1
   EPSDT                          6,415       18.1         $929,906.28         0.5     334,737       11.2        $47,239,469.03         0.5
   Family Planning                    0        -                    $0.00      -               0      -                      $0.00      -
   Hearing Services                153         0.4          $43,828.15         0.0      17,505        0.6          $3,266,947.77        0.0
   HMO - Physicians Health
   Plan                          25,194       71.1       $7,432,370.99         3.8    2,043,785      68.3     $2,212,181,089.40        21.6
   Home and Comm Based
   Services                       2,977        8.4      $24,588,916.89        12.4     248,690        8.3       $972,322,216.62         9.5
   Home Health                    1,847        5.2       $1,768,557.01         0.9     106,825        3.6       $236,338,749.75         2.3
   Hospice                         211         0.6       $2,769,224.07         1.4      17,275        0.6       $240,868,534.49         2.4
   ICF - MR                        459         1.3      $48,195,115.02        24.4       3,567        0.1       $273,447,188.21         2.7
   Inpatient Hospital             4,178       11.8      $33,162,342.57        16.8     348,000       11.6     $1,793,631,268.10        17.6
   Lab and Xray                   7,840       22.1         $724,640.31         0.4     423,873       14.2        $45,964,308.42         0.4
   Medipass                      24,262       68.4         $522,116.73         0.3     941,595       31.5        $18,050,245.24         0.2
   Nurse Practitioner             5,877       16.6         $997,908.67         0.5     219,682        7.3        $44,224,850.49         0.4
   Outpatient Hospital           14,126       39.8      $10,694,357.66         5.4     897,353       30.0       $457,975,078.28         4.5
   Physician Care                22,642       63.9       $9,261,892.15         4.7    1,295,246      43.3       $578,905,694.00         5.7
   Podiatry                        670         1.9          $40,348.12         0.0      38,843        1.3          $2,990,410.34        0.0
   Portable Xray                   463         1.3          $24,553.93         0.0      29,236        1.0          $1,519,877.92        0.0
   Practitioner Crossover           21         0.1             $552.90         0.0       1,037        0.0               $29,076.42      0.0
   Prescribed Drugs              18,667       52.7      $15,902,817.47         8.0     988,104       33.0       $529,499,499.54         5.2
   Primary Care Management            0        -                    $0.00      -               0      -                      $0.00      -
   Rural Health                   2,767        7.8         $721,019.53         0.4     201,450        6.7        $60,670,030.52         0.6
   Rural Hospital Swing Bed           0        -                    $0.00      -            43        0.0              $877,808.59      0.0
   SNF                            1,445        4.1      $32,299,514.05        16.3      90,623        3.0     $1,960,599,411.37        19.2
   State Mental Hospital              0        -                    $0.00      -           200        0.0          $8,162,327.87        0.1
   Therapy Services                768         2.2       $1,726,041.12         0.9      56,293        1.9       $105,219,755.52         1.0
   Transportation                 2,347        6.6         $519,527.11         0.3     138,937        4.6        $32,405,567.58         0.3
   Unassigned                       15         0.0                  $0.00      -         2,087        0.1              $217,803.33      0.0
   Visual                         2,495        7.0         $237,462.94         0.1     158,917        5.3        $15,743,285.65         0.2
   Total                          35,450          $197,654,156.30            2,993,576            $ 10,220,028,494.40
   Source: Agency for Health Care Administration Medicaid Management Information System Recap of Welfare Medical Assistance
   Report, July 2007- April 30, 2008.




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   Table TA-87. CHOICES Expenditures by Category, Fiscal Years 2005-2008.
                                                                                                                          Program to
            Expenditures ($)                 FY 2005          FY 2006          FY 2007        FY 2008      FY 2009
                                                                                                                             Date
   Medical, Pharmacy and Disease
   Management                               6,000     107,081                    436,973      1,356,032    1,943,539       3,849,625
   Dental Care                                   -     41,889                    122,801        258,894      274,369         697,953
   Health Education & Wellness                   -           -                          -       249,996      333,328         583,324
   Administration                        140,079      540,661                    680,070        903,486      939,770       3,198,066
   TOTAL                                 146,079      689,631                  1,239,844      2,768,408    3,494,006       8,328,968
   Source: CHOICES Annual Report 2008-2009, Alachua County.

   Bed and Physician Availability Data Tables

   Table TA-88. The Rate of Hospital Beds Per 100,000 Population, Alachua County and Florida, 2002-2008.
          Area              2002       2003            2004         2005           2006         2007        2008


   Alachua County             592.5      585.9           583.0           577.2       571.4         599.2      599.3

   Florida                334.3      329.6      323.5                    320.4       315.6         314.0      316.9
   Source: www.FloridaCHARTS.com, accessed February 2010.


   Table TA-89. The Rate of Nursing Home Beds Per 100,000 Population, Alachua County and Florida, 2002-2008.
          Area              2002       2003            2004             2005        2006         2007        2008


   Alachua County            417.8       407.6           411.2           403.5        398.9        393.3          385.6

   Florida               493.4       484.4      472.9                    459.6        447.8        440.3          437.6
   Source: www.FloridaCHARTS.com, accessed February 2010.


   Table TA-90. The Rate of Physicians by Type Per 100,000 Population, Alachua County and Florida, Fiscal Years, 2002-03 –
   2008-09.
        Type of Physician          2002-03     2003-04         2004-05         2005-06      2006-07     2007-08      2008-09

                                                        Alachua County

   Family Practice Physicians          37.0            36.6         36.7           36.4         34.3        33.4           36.0
   Internists                          84.5        86.6             88.5           93.0         93.6       101.1          105.1
   OB/GYN                              18.3        18.1             17.7           16.5         16.8        17.3           19.0
   Pediatricians                       43.6        43.9             43.8           47.5         45.0        52.4           52.1
   Total Physicians                   508.9       553.2            596.9         611.5         592.3       591.9          603.7
                                                              Florida

   Family Practice Physicians          16.0            17.3         17.4           16.6         17.4        18.1           20.1
   Internists                          46.1        46.0             46.8           45.2         47.0        49.0           51.8
   OB/GYN                              10.5        10.5             10.4            9.5           9.7        9.9           10.5
   Pediatricians                       17.9        17.9             18.1           17.1         17.7        19.9           20.0
   Total Physicians             223.5       251.6      279.0                     279.7         267.4       283.1          298.6
   Source: www.FloridaCHARTS.com, accessed February 2010.




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   Dental Data Tables

   Table TA-91. The Rate of Licensed Dentists Per 100,000 Population, Alachua County and Florida, Fiscal Year Ending 2003
   – 2009.
         Area        2002-03     2003-04      2004-05      2005-06        2006-07    2007-08    2008-09


   Alachua County         75.8       108.1        109.1           106.3      111.6      101.5      110.2

   Florida                52.5          62       63.8              61.4       62.8       60.9       62.6
   Source: www.FloridaCHARTS.com, accessed February 2010.


   Table TA-92. Access to Dental Care by Low Income Persons, Percentages of Population Below Poverty, Alachua County
   and Florida, 1998-2007.

            Year                 Alachua                Florida


           1998                            15.9                    23.6
           1999                            13.3                    20.5

           2000                            13.8                    21.7
           2001                            17.2                    23.2
           2002                            21.3                    24.8

           2003                            15.3                    24.7
           2004                            15.3                    25.5
           2005                            15.7                    25.2

           2006                            17.6                    24.4
            2007                         15.5                      25.6
   Source: www.FloridaCHARTS.com, accessed February 2010.




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   Inpatient Hospital Utilization Data Tables

   Table TA-93. Total Number and Percent of Discharges and Patient Days by Zip Code for Alachua County Residents and
   Florida, Calendar Years 2004-2008.
                                          Percent of                     Percent of
            Area            Discharges                   Patient Days                  ALOS *
                                          Discharges                    Patient Days
                                                2004
   32601 Gainesville              2,268            9.1        12,798            10.3        5.6
   32603 Gainesville                293            1.2         1,359             1.1        4.6
   32605 Gainesville              2,264            9.1        10,831             8.7        4.8
   32606 Gainesville              2,123            8.5         9,763             7.8        4.6
   32607 Gainesville              2,270            9.1        10,593             8.5        4.7
   32608 Gainesville              2,938           11.8        13,596            10.9        4.6
   32609 Gainesville              2,228            9.0        12,146             9.8        5.5
   32611 Gainesville                119            0.5           676             0.5        5.7
   32615 Alachua                  1,695            6.8         8,168             6.6        4.8
   32618 Archer                     888            3.6         4,772             3.8        5.4
   32631 Earleton                    47            0.2           216             0.2        4.6
   32640 Hawthorne                1,389            5.6         7,063             5.7        5.1
   32641 Gainesville              1,884            7.6         9,924             8.0        5.3
   32643 High Springs             1,293            5.2         7,128             5.7        5.5
   32653 Gainesville              1,334            5.4         6,583             5.3        4.9
   32667 Micanopy                   395            1.6         1,882             1.5        4.8
   32669 Newberry                 1,126            4.5         5,211             4.2        4.6
   32694 Waldo                      305            1.2         1,718             1.4        5.6
   Alachua County               24,859             1.0      124,427              1.1        5.0
   Florida                   2,402,099                   11,672,731                         4.9
                                                2005
   32601 Gainesville                 2,171          8.7        12,687           10.3        5.8
   32603 Gainesville                   283          1.1         1,246            1.0        4.4
   32605 Gainesville                 2,273          9.1        10,920            8.9        4.8
   32606 Gainesville                 2,207          8.8        10,408            8.4        4.7
   32607 Gainesville                 2,425          9.7        11,465            9.3        4.7
   32608 Gainesville                 3,051        12.2         13,411           10.9        4.4
   32609 Gainesville                 2,235          8.9        12,139            9.9        5.4
   32611 Gainesville                   112          0.4           683            0.6        6.1
   32615 Alachua                     1,743          7.0         8,279            6.7        4.7
   32618 Archer                        900          3.6         4,561            3.7        5.1
   32631 Earleton                        47         0.2           155            0.1        3.3
   32640 Hawthorne                   1,314          5.2         6,452            5.2        4.9
   32641 Gainesville                 1,789          7.1         9,741            7.9        5.4
   32643 High Springs                1,283          5.1         5,452            4.4        4.2
   32653 Gainesville                 1,262          5.0         5,748            4.7        4.6
   32667 Micanopy                      405          1.6         2,080            1.7        5.1
   32669 Newberry                    1,255          5.0         6,012            4.9        4.8
   32694 Waldo                         320          1.3         1,752            1.4        5.5
   Alachua County                  25,075          1.0       123,191             1.0        4.9
   Florida                     2,447,682                  11,869,119                        4.8
   * ALOS is the average length of stay.
   Source: Agency for Health Care Administration Detailed Discharge Data, 2004-2008.




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   Table TA-93 Cont. Total Number and Percent of Discharges and Patient Days by Zip
   Code for Alachua County Residents and Florida, Calendar Years 2004-2008.
                                          Percent of                     Percent of
            Area            Discharges                   Patient Days                  ALOS *
                                          Discharges                    Patient Days
                                                2006
   32601 Gainesville              2,107            8.3        12,259             9.7        5.8
   32603 Gainesville                288            1.1         1,602             1.3        5.6
   32605 Gainesville              2,177            8.5        10,349             8.2        4.8
   32606 Gainesville              2,193            8.6        10,114             8.0        4.6
   32607 Gainesville              2,391            9.4        11,823             9.4        4.9
   32608 Gainesville              3,169           12.4        15,012            11.9        4.7
   32609 Gainesville              2,473            9.7        13,112            10.4        5.3
   32611 Gainesville                122            0.5           596             0.5        4.9
   32615 Alachua                  1,702            6.7         8,175             6.5        4.8
   32618 Archer                     855            3.4         4,442             3.5        5.2
   32631 Earleton                    60            0.2           263             0.2        4.4
   32640 Hawthorne                1,370            5.4         6,319             5.0        4.6
   32641 Gainesville              1,906            7.5        10,021             7.9        5.3
   32643 High Springs             1,305            5.1         6,343             5.0        4.9
   32653 Gainesville              1,305            5.1         6,035             4.8        4.6
   32667 Micanopy                   455            1.8         2,152             1.7        4.7
   32669 Newberry                 1,281            5.0         6,202             4.9        4.8
   32694 Waldo                      324            1.3         1,395             1.1        4.3
   Alachua County               25,483             1.0      126,214              1.1        5.0
   Florida                   2,462,177                   11,802,422                         4.8
                                                2007
   32601 Gainesville                 2,184          8.5        11,656            9.6        5.3
   32603 Gainesville                   259          1.0           949            0.8        3.7
   32605 Gainesville                 2,121          8.2        10,193            8.4        4.8
   32606 Gainesville                 2,206          8.6        10,370            8.5        4.7
   32607 Gainesville                 2,583        10.0         11,613            9.6        4.5
   32608 Gainesville                 3,376        13.1         14,199           11.7        4.2
   32609 Gainesville                 2,247          8.7        11,218            9.2        5.0
   32611 Gainesville                   106          0.4           586            0.5        5.5
   32615 Alachua                     1,660          6.4         8,195            6.7        4.9
   32618 Archer                        857          3.3         3,876            3.2        4.5
   32631 Earleton                        60         0.2           312            0.3        5.2
   32640 Hawthorne                   1,538          6.0         7,090            5.8        4.6
   32641 Gainesville                 1,909          7.4         9,980            8.2        5.2
   32643 High Springs                1,342          5.2         6,211            5.1        4.6
   32653 Gainesville                 1,324          5.1         6,264            5.2        4.7
   32667 Micanopy                      396          1.5         1,949            1.6        4.9
   32669 Newberry                    1,272          4.9         5,279            4.3        4.2
   32694 Waldo                         325          1.3         1,661            1.4        5.1
   Alachua County                  25,765          1.0       121,601             1.0        4.7
   Florida                     2,474,190                  11,820,721                        4.8
   * ALOS is the average length of stay.
   Source: Agency for Health Care Administration Detailed Discharge Data, 2004-2008.




                                                                                 Technical Appendix   Page TA-101
ALACHUA COUNTY HEALTH NEEDS ASSESSMENT                                                               2010

   Table TA-93 Cont. Total Number and Percent of Discharges and Patient Days by Zip
   Code for Alachua County Residents and Florida, Calendar Years 2004-2008.
                                          Percent of                    Percent of
            Area            Discharges                  Patient Days                   ALOS *
                                          Discharges                   Patient Days
                                                2008
   32601 Gainesville                 2,515          9.0        14,320           10.8        5.7
   32603 Gainesville                   262          0.9           999            0.8        3.8
   32605 Gainesville                 2,313          8.3        10,821            8.2        4.7
   32606 Gainesville                 2,392          8.5        10,043            7.6        4.2
   32607 Gainesville                 2,595          9.3        11,207            8.4        4.3
   32608 Gainesville                 3,618        12.9         16,393           12.3        4.5
   32609 Gainesville                 2,612          9.3        13,211           10.0        5.1
   32611 Gainesville                     73         0.3           356            0.3        4.9
   32615 Alachua                     1,831          6.5         8,586            6.5        4.7
   32618 Archer                        954          3.4         4,865            3.7        5.1
   32631 Earleton                        61         0.2           534            0.4        8.8
   32640 Hawthorne                   1,550          5.5         7,549            5.7        4.9
   32641 Gainesville                 2,096          7.5        10,236            7.7        4.9
   32643 High Springs                1,448          5.2         7,082            5.3        4.9
   32653 Gainesville                 1,448          5.2         6,277            4.7        4.3
   32667 Micanopy                      435          1.6         2,039            1.5        4.7
   32669 Newberry                    1,502          5.4         6,889            5.2        4.6
   32694 Waldo                         318          1.1         1,348            1.0        4.2
   Alachua County                  28,023          1.1       132,755             1.1        4.7
   Florida                     2,482,310                  11,900,274                        4.8
   * ALOS is the average length of stay.
   Source: Agency for Health Care Administration Detailed Discharge Data, 2004-2008.




                                                                                Technical Appendix   Page TA-102
ALACHUA COUNTY HEALTH NEEDS ASSESSMENT                                                                                   2010

   Table TA-94. Total Number and Percent of Discharges and Patient Days by Payor Source for Alachua County Residents
   and Florida, Calendar Years 2004-2008.
                                        Alachua County                                      Florida

           Payor              Discharges            Patient Days             Discharges               Patient Days

                           Number      Percent    Number        Percent   Number      Percent     Number       Percent

                                                         2004
   Medicare                    9,481       38.1      60,114       48.3    1,010,419       42.0    5,819,722      49.9
   Medicaid                    4,517       18.2      20,818       16.7      422,587       17.6    1,892,915      16.2
   Private Insurance           8,629       34.7      33,490       26.9      719,980       29.9    2,878,550      24.7
   VA/Champus                    215        0.9       1,061        0.9       26,576        1.1      113,556       1.0
   Self Pay/Charity            1,485        6.0       6,401        5.1      172,816        7.2      713,254       6.1
   All Others *                  532        2.1       2,543        2.0       51,721        2.2      254,734       2.2
   Total                      24,859                124,427               2,404,099              11,672,731
                                                         2005
   Medicare                    9,124       36.4      56,850       46.1    1,029,229       42.0    5,925,844      49.9
   Medicaid                    4,984       19.9      23,377       19.0      440,126       18.0    1,998,317      16.8
   Private Insurance           8,646       34.5      32,751       26.6      712,643       29.1    2,807,915      23.7
   VA/Champus                    252        1.0       1,425        1.2       29,098        1.2      121,541       1.0
   Self Pay/Charity            1,554        6.2       6,558        5.3      188,625        7.7      778,056       6.6
   All Others *                  515        2.1       2,230        1.8       47,961        2.0      237,446       2.0
   Total                      25,075                123,191               2,447,682              11,869,119
                                                         2006
   Medicare                    9,185       36.0      57,595       45.6    1,019,191       41.4    5,767,782      48.9
   Medicaid                    4,926       19.3      22,581       17.9      441,625       17.9    1,994,501      16.9
   Private Insurance           8,822       34.6      33,513       26.6      711,560       28.9    2,782,404      23.6
   VA/Champus                    239        0.9       2,402        1.9       31,938        1.3      163,876       1.4
   Self Pay/Charity            1,750        6.9       7,359        5.8      207,347        8.4      831,026       7.0
   All Others *                  561        2.2       2,764        2.2       50,516        2.1      262,833       2.2
   Total                      25,483                126,214               2,462,177              11,802,422
                                                         2007
   Medicare                    9,183       35.6      53,020       43.6    1,017,288       41.1    5,739,032      48.6
   Medicaid                    4,781       18.6      21,653       17.8      445,311       18.0    2,010,926      17.0
   Private Insurance           8,942       34.7      33,890       27.9      714,184       28.9    2,786,774      23.6
   VA/Champus                    259        1.0       1,280        1.1       40,525        1.6      167,954       1.4
   Self Pay/Charity            2,088        8.1       8,557        7.0      204,618        8.3      828,978       7.0
   All Others *                  512        2.0       3,201        2.6       52,264        2.1      287,057       2.4
   Total                      25,765                121,601               2,474,190              11,820,721
                                                         2008
   Medicare                     10,281     36.7        59,304     44.7     1,031,814   41.6     5,790,863        48.7
   Medicaid                      5,115     18.3        23,879     18.0       456,381   18.4     2,075,363        17.4
   Private Insurance             9,303     33.2        34,864     26.3       704,135   28.4     2,779,973        23.4
   VA/Champus                      278      1.0         1,091      0.8        37,235     1.5      156,380         1.3
   Self Pay/Charity              2,424      8.7         9,922      7.5       202,900     8.2      830,878         7.0
   All Others *                    622      2.2         3,695      2.8        49,845     2.0      266,817         2.2
   Total                        28,023               132,755               2,482,310           11,900,274
   * All Others include Workers Compensation, Other State/Local Government, Other and KidCare.
   Source: Agency for Health Care Administration Detailed Discharge Data, 2004-2008.




                                                                               Technical Appendix                        Page TA-103
ALACHUA COUNTY HEALTH NEEDS ASSESSMENT                                                                             2010

   Table TA-95. Number of Discharges and Patient Days for the Top 10 DRGS Per Year, Alachua County, Calendar Years
   2004-08.
                          Diagnosis-Related Group (DRG)                        Discharges Patient Days   ALOS *
                                                          2004

   Normal Newborn (391)                                                            1,987        3,953        2.0
   Vaginal Delivery W/O Complicating Diagnoses (373)                               1,491        2,985        2.0
   Heart Failure and Shock (127)                                                     645        3,212        5.0
   Psychoses (430)                                                                   607        5,599        9.2
   Cesarean Section W/O CC (371)                                                     579        1,840        3.2
   Esophagitis, Gastroent & Mis Digestive Disorders Age> 17 W CC (182)               504        2,249        4.5
   Major Joint and Limb Reattachment Procedures of the Lower Extremity (209)         493        2,543        5.2
   Chest Pain (143)                                                                  472          964        2.0
   Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (088)                                       441        2,154        4.9
   Simple Pneumonia & Pleurisy Age >17 W CC (089)                                    390        2,098        5.4
   All Others                                                                    17,250        96,830       5.6
   Total                                                                         24,859       124,427       5.0
                                                          2005

   Normal Newborn (391)                                                            2,067        4,231        2.0
   Vaginal Delivery W/O Complicating Diagnoses (373)                               1,465        3,022        2.1
   Cesarean Section W/O CC (371)                                                     676        2,058        3.0
   Psychoses (430)                                                                   653        5,810        8.9
   Heart Failure and Shock (127)                                                     651        3,104        4.8
   Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (088)                                       463        2,244        4.8
   Esophagitis, Gastroent & Mis Digestive Disorders Age> 17 W CC (182)               459        1,958        4.3
   Simple Pneumonia & Pleurisy Age >17 W CC (089)                                    443        2,306        5.2
   Neonate W Other Significant Problems (390)                                        381          982        2.6
   Major Joint and Limb Reattachment Procedures of the Lower Extremity (209)         375        1,958        5.2
   All Others                                                                    17,442        95,518       5.5
   Total                                                                         25,075       123,191       4.9
                                                          2006

   Normal Newborn (391)                                                            2,057        4,095        2.0
   Vaginal Delivery W/O Complicating Diagnoses (373)                               1,608        3,177        2.0
   Cesarean Section W/O CC (371)                                                     669        1,966        2.9
   Heart Failure and Shock (127)                                                     641        3,011        4.7
   Psychoses (430)                                                                   635        5,761        9.1
   Esophagitis, Gastroent & Mis Digestive Disorders Age> 17 W CC (182)               516        2,227        4.3
   Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (088)                                       471        2,159        4.6
   Neonate W Other Significant Problems (390)                                        459        1,163        2.5
   Major Joint Replacement or Reattachment of the Lower Extremity (544)              389        1,997        5.1
   Simple Pneumonia & Pleurisy Age >17 W CC (089)                                    388        2,069        5.3
   All Others                                                                    17,650        98,589       5.6
   Total                                                                          25,483      126,214       5.0
   * ALOS is the averge length of stay.
   Source: Agency for Health Care Administration Detailed Discharge Data, 2004-2008.




                                                                                Technical Appendix                 Page TA-104
ALACHUA COUNTY HEALTH NEEDS ASSESSMENT                                                                             2010



   Table TA-95 Cont. Number of Discharges and Patient Days for the Top 10 DRGs Per Year, Alachua
   County, Calendar Years 2004-08.
                          Diagnosis-Related Group (DRG)                       Discharges Patient Days   ALOS *
                                                          2007
   Normal Newborn (391)                                                           2,075         4,123        2.0
   Vaginal Delivery W/O Complicating Diagnoses (373)                              1,629         3,259        2.0
   Heart Failure and Shock (127)                                                    684         3,127        4.6
   Cesarean Section W/O CC (371)                                                    677         1,983        2.9
   Psychoses (430)                                                                  617         5,167        8.4
   Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (088)                                      509         2,187        4.3
   Neonate W Other Significant Problems (390)                                       495         1,363        2.8
   Major Joint Replacement or Reattachment of the Lower Extremity (544)             455         2,259        5.0
   Uterine & Adnexa Proc for Non-Malignancy W/O CC (359)                            379           796        2.1
   Renal Failure (316)                                                              373         2,190        5.9
   All Others                                                                    17,872        95,147        5.3
   Total                                                                         25,765      121,601         4.7
                                                          2008
   Normal Newborn (795)                                                            1,987        3,894        2.0
   Vaginal Delivery W/O Complicating Diagnoses (775)                               1,681        3,317        2.0
   Esophagitis, Gastroent & Mis Digestive Disorders W/O MCC (392)                   698         2,201        3.2
   Psychoses (885)                                                                  686         5,102        7.4
   Neonate W Other Significant Problems (794)                                       642         1,555        2.4
   Cesarean Section W/O /MCC (766)                                                  584         1,611        2.8
   Major Joint Replacement or Reattachment of Lower Extremity W/O MCC(470)          537         2,317        4.3
   Circulatory disorders except AMI, w card cath W/O MCC (287)                      393         1,122        2.9
   Cellulitis W/O MCC (603)                                                         378         1,421        3.8
   Chest Pain (313)                                                                 377           640        1.7
   All Others                                                                    20,060      109,575         5.5
    Total                                                                         28,023     132,755         4.7
   * ALOS is the average length of stay.
   Note: DRGs changed in the fourth quarter 2007. The 4th quarter 2007 DRGs were converted back to match the
   other three quarters for the year. 2008 data has the new MS-DRGs listed.
   Source: Agency for Health Care Administration Detailed Discharge Data, 2004-2008.




                                                                               Technical Appendix                  Page TA-105
ALACHUA COUNTY HEALTH NEEDS ASSESSMENT                                                                    2010

   Table TA-96. Number of Avoidable Discharges and Rate Per 1,000 Population 0-64 Years of Age by Zip Code, Alachua
   County and Florida, 2006-2008.

                             2006-2008
                              Average         Total Avoidable    Average         Rate Per 1,000
             Area
                             Population         Discharges      Discharges         Population
                          0-64 years of age

   32601 - Gainesville              18,988               824           275                 14.5
   32603 - Gainesville               7,342                65            22                  3.0
   32605 - Gainesville              21,584               377           126                  5.8
   32606 - Gainesville              18,501               386           129                  7.0
   32607 - Gainesville              27,452               716           239                  8.7
   32608 - Gainesville              33,918               867           289                  8.5
   32609 - Gainesville              18,342               970           323                 17.6
   32611 - Gainesville               4,950                15                 5              1.0
   32615 - Alachua                  12,815               504           168                 13.1
   32618 Archer                      8,609               270            90                 10.5
   32631 Earleton                      658                 7                 2              3.5
   32640 - Hawthorne                10,153               415           138                 13.6
   32641 - Gainesville              11,907               851           284                 23.8
   32643 - High Springs              8,756               385           128                 14.7
   32653 - Gainesville              11,246               289            96                  8.6
   32667 - Micanopy                  4,029               124            41                 10.3
   32669 - Newberry                  8,163               339           113                 13.8
   32694 - Waldo                     1,464               107            36                 24.4
   Alachua County                  217,683             7,511         2,504                 11.5
   Florida                     15,461,561         629,221         209,740             13.6
   Source: Agency for Health Care Administration Detailed Discharge Data, 2006-2008; ESRI
   Business Solutions, 2006-2008.




                                                                                     Technical Appendix   Page TA-106
ALACHUA COUNTY HEALTH NEEDS ASSESSMENT                                                                    2010

   Table TA-97. Total Number and Percent of Avoidable Discharges and Patient Days by Payor Source for < 65 Years of Age,
   Alachua County, Calendar Years 2004-08.
                                   Discharges                         Patient Days
         Payor
                          Number                Percent         Number            Percent

                                        Alachua County - 2004
   Medicare                       516                  20.8          3,434               26.8
   Medicaid                       641                  25.9          3,180               24.8
   Private Insurance              954                  38.5          4,427               34.6
   VA/Champus                      26                   1.0             94                0.7
   Self Pay/Charity               296                  11.9          1,434               11.2
   All Others *                    46                   1.9            234                1.8
   Total                        2,479                 100.0         12,803              100.0
                                            Florida - 2004
   Medicare                    37,171                  16.2        226,528               20.5
   Medicaid                    60,347                  26.3        288,761               26.1
   Private Insurance           88,515                  38.5        394,117               35.6
   VA/Champus                   3,874                   1.7         19,088                1.7
   Self Pay/Charity            32,510                  14.2        141,501               12.8
   All Others *                 7,296                   3.2         37,622                3.4
   Total                      229,713                 100.0      1,107,617              100.0
                                        Alachua County - 2005
   Medicare                       485                  18.1          3,502               24.2
   Medicaid                       685                  25.6          3,888               26.8
   Private Insurance            1,047                  39.1          4,897               33.8
   VA/Champus                      34                   1.3            142                1.0
   Self Pay/Charity               384                  14.3          1,842               12.7
   All Others *                    45                   1.7            217                1.5
   Total                        2,680                 100.0         14,488              100.0
                                            Florida - 2005
   Medicare                    38,670                  16.1        233,687               20.3
   Medicaid                    62,908                  26.1        303,898               26.4
   Private Insurance           91,342                  38.0        401,226               34.8
   VA/Champus                   4,205                   1.7         19,048                1.7
   Self Pay/Charity            36,528                  15.2        158,962               13.8
   All Others *                 6,919                   2.9         35,399                3.1
   Total                      240,572                 100.0      1,152,220              100.0
                                        Alachua County - 2006
   Medicare                         528               22.2             3,393              26.9
   Medicaid                         631               26.5             3,600              28.5
   Private Insurance                805               33.8             3,696              29.2
   VA/Champus                        16                0.7                 47              0.4
   Self Pay/Charity                 343               14.4             1,628              12.9
   All Others *                      59                2.5                272              2.2
   Total                          2,382             100.0             12,636             100.0
   * All Others include Workers Compensation, Other State/Local Government, Other and KidCare.
   Source: Agency for Health Care Administration Detailed Discharge Data, 2004-2008.




                                                                              Technical Appendix          Page TA-107
ALACHUA COUNTY HEALTH NEEDS ASSESSMENT                                                               2010

   Table TA-97. Total Number and Percent of Avoidable Discharges and Patient Days
   by Payor Source for < 65 Years of Age, Alachua County and Florida, Calendar Years
   2004-2008.
                                   Discharges                         Patient Days
           Payor
                          Number                Percent          Number           Percent

                                             Florida - 2006
   Medicare                    35,808                  17.4         207,868              21.9
   Medicaid                    52,603                  25.5         245,773              25.8
   Private Insurance           72,226                  35.1         304,693              32.0
   VA/Champus                   3,795                   1.8          16,494               1.7
   Self Pay/Charity            35,192                  17.1         145,210              15.3
   All Others *                 6,350                   3.1          31,002               3.3
   Total                      205,974                 100.0         951,040             100.0
                                         Alachua County - 2007
   Medicare                        505                    21.0        2,883                 23.5
   Medicaid                        648                    27.0        3,420                 27.9
   Private Insurance               775                    32.3        3,975                 32.5
   VA/Champus                       25                     1.0             74                0.6
   Self Pay/Charity                387                    16.1        1,715                 14.0
   All Others *                     61                     2.5            182                1.5
   Total                        2,401                 100.0          12,249             100.0
                                             Florida - 2007
   Medicare                    37,221                     17.6      222,546                 22.2
   Medicaid                    53,088                     25.1      261,762                 26.2
   Private Insurance           73,383                     34.7      311,648                 31.2
   VA/Champus                   5,037                      2.4       23,060                  2.3
   Self Pay/Charity            35,753                     16.9      148,503                 14.8
   All Others *                 6,880                      3.3       32,952                  3.3
   Total                      211,362                 100.0       1,000,471             100.0
                                         Alachua County - 2008
   Medicare                        566                    20.7        3,151                 24.2
   Medicaid                        657                    24.1        3,285                 25.2
   Private Insurance               851                    31.2        3,897                 29.9
   VA/Champus                       21                     0.8            115                0.9
   Self Pay/Charity                548                    20.1        2,393                 18.3
   All Others *                     85                     3.1            203                1.6
   Total                        2,728                 100.0          13,044             100.0
                                             Florida - 2008
   Medicare                      37,758               17.8           216,798              22.2
   Medicaid                      55,293               26.1           261,546              26.8
   Private Insurance             71,519               33.8           300,840              30.8
   VA/Champus                     4,671                2.2            20,648               2.1
   Self Pay/Charity              35,797               16.9           144,812              14.8
   All Others *                   6,847                3.2            31,176               3.2
   Total                       211,885              100.0            975,820             100.0
   * All Others include Workers Compensation, Other State/Local Government, Other and KidCare.
   Source: Agency for Health Care Administration Detailed Discharge Data, 2004-2008.




                                                                                Technical Appendix   Page TA-108
ALACHUA COUNTY HEALTH NEEDS ASSESSMENT                                                                    2010

   Table TA-98. Top 10 Reasons for Avoidable Discharges for < 65 Years of Age, Alachua County, Calendar Years 2004-08.
                        Avoidable Reason                            Number             Percent
                                                 2004
   Dehydration - Volume Depletion                                            783             31.6
   Congestive heart failure                                                  219              8.8
   Bacterial pneumonia                                                       206              8.3
   Asthma                                                                    196              7.9
   Cellulitis                                                                173              7.0
   Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease                                     155              6.3
   Kidney/urinary infection                                                  113              4.6
   Diabetes "A"                                                               99              4.0
   Convulsions "B"                                                            82              3.3
   Skin grafts with cellulitis                                                55              2.2
                                                 2005
   Dehydration - volume depletion                                            799             29.8
   Bacterial pneumonia                                                       257              9.6
   Congestive heart failure                                                  242              9.0
   Asthma                                                                    211              7.9
   Kidney/urinary infection                                                  147              5.5
   Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease                                     139              5.2
   Cellulitis                                                                131              4.9
   Diabetes "A"                                                               98              3.7
   Grand mal status and other epileptic convulsions                           67              2.5
   Convulsions "B"                                                            66              2.5
                                                 2006
   Dehydration - volume depletion                                            883             37.1
   Cellulitis                                                                324             13.6
   Congestive heart failure                                                  208              8.7
   Asthma                                                                    205              8.6
   Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease                                     164              6.9
   Kidney/urinary infection                                                  162              6.8
   Diabetes "A"                                                              106              4.5
   Convulsions "B"                                                            84              3.5
   Diabetes "B"                                                               61              2.6
   Grand mal status and other epileptic convulsions                           59              2.5
                                                 2007
   Dehydration - volume depletion                                            804             33.5
   Cellulitis                                                                338             14.1
   Congestive heart failure                                                  257             10.7
   Asthma                                                                    240             10.0
   Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease                                     198              8.2
   Kidney/urinary infection                                                  141              5.9
   Grand mal status and other epileptic convulsions                          104              4.3
   Diabetes "A"                                                               90              3.7
   Diabetes "B"                                                               66              2.7
   Hypertension                                                               57              2.4
   Source: Agency for Health Care Administration Detailed Discharge Data, 2004-2008.




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   Table TA-98. Top 10 Reasons for Avoidable Discharges for < 65 Years of Age, Alachua
   County, Calendar Years 2004-08.
                        Avoidable Reason                                Number            Percent

                                                2008
   Dehydration - volume depletion                                            929                 34.1
   Cellulitis                                                                387                 14.2
   Congestive heart failure                                                  271                  9.9
   Asthma                                                                    239                  8.8
   Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease                                     221                  8.1
   Kidney/urinary infection                                                  147                  5.4
   Diabetes "A"                                                              116                  4.3
   Grand mal status and other epileptic convulsions                          106                  3.9
   Hypertension                                                               94                  3.4
   Diabetes "B"                                                               66                  2.4
   Source: Agency for Health Care Administration Detailed Discharge Data, 2004-2008.


   Emergency Department Data Tables

   Table TA-99. Number and Percent of Emergency Department Visits by Payor Source, Alachua County, Calendar Years
   2005-08.
                              2005                   2006                     2007                    2008
      Payor Source
                       Number      Percent    Number       Percent      Number      Percent   Number        Percent

                                                 Alachua County

   Medicare                6,990      12.4       7,573           12.7      7,756       13.0         7,294      12.3
   Medicaid               13,513      24.0      13,862           23.2     13,140       22.0     13,135         22.2
   Private                17,345      30.8      17,883           29.9     17,828       29.9     17,358         29.3
   VA/Champus                443        0.8        569            1.0        594        1.0          528        0.9
   Self Pay/Charity       16,925      30.1      18,791           31.5     19,303       32.3     19,939         33.7
   All Others *            1,027        1.8      1,070            1.8      1,053        1.8          969        1.6
   Total                  56,243     100.0      59,748       100.0        59,674      100.0     59,223        100.0
                                                       Florida
   Medicare              775,816      14.5     784,675           14.3    788,967       14.4    836,426         14.8
   Medicaid            1,229,845      22.9    1,235,915          22.5   1,219,933      22.3   1,350,498        23.9
   Private             1,688,157      31.5    1,708,746          31.1   1,658,987      30.3   1,629,408        28.9
   VA/Champus             70,852        1.3     91,709            1.7     86,421        1.6     93,456          1.7
   Self Pay/Charity    1,392,053      25.9    1,472,183          26.8   1,517,670      27.7   1,546,720        27.4
   All Others *          208,331        3.9    206,422            3.8    202,091        3.7    188,231          3.3
   Total                5,365,054    100.0 5,499,650         100.0 5,474,069      100.0 5,644,739     100.0
   All Others include Workers Compensation, Other State/Local Government, Other, Kidcare and Unknown.
   Source: Agency for Health Care Administration Detailed Discharge Data, 2004-2008.




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   Table TA-100. Number and Percent For the Main Reason of Emergency Department Visits by Year, Alachua County,
   Calendar Years 2005-08.
                   ICD 9 Code              Number    Percent               ICD 9 Code                Number    Percent

                                2005                                                     2006

   Pain in Limb (729.5)                      2,649       4.7 Pain in Limb (729.5)                      2,542       4.3
                                                             Abdominal pain other specified site
   Headache (784.0)                          2,279       4.1 (789.09)                                  2,389       4.0
   Abdominal pain other specified site
   (789.09)                                  2,057       3.7 Chest Pain, Unspecified (786.50)          2,310       3.9

   Cough (786.2)                             2,043       3.6 Headache (784.0)                          2,269       3.8
   Chest Pain, Unspecified (786.50)          2,013       3.6 Fever (780.6)                             2,039       3.4

   Fever (780.6)                             1,948       3.5 Lumbago (724.2)                           1,697       2.8
   Abdominal pain unspecified site
   (789.00)                                  1,509       2.7 Cough (786.2)                             1,663       2.8
                                                             Abdominal pain unspecified site
   Lumbago (724.2)                           1,429       2.5 (789.00)                                  1,432       2.4

   Backache, unspecified (724.5)             1,279       2.3 Nausea with vomiting (787.01)             1,427       2.4
                                                             Unspecified disorder of the teeth and
   Nausea with vomiting (787.01)             1,245       2.2 supporting structures (525.9)             1,381       2.3

   All Others                               37,792      67.2 All Others                               40,599      68.0

   Total                                   56,243      100.0 Total                                   59,748      100.0
                                2007                                                     2008
                                                             Abdominal pain unspecified site
   Pain in Limb (729.5)                      2,777       4.7 (789.00)                                  2,659       4.5
   Chest Pain, Unspecified (786.50)          2,440       4.1 Pain in Limb (729.5)                      2,457       4.1
   Headache (784.0)                          2,190       3.7 Chest Pain, Unspecified (786.50)          2,292       3.9
   Abdominal pain other specified site
   (789.09)                                  2,007       3.4 Headache (784.0)                          2,060       3.5

   Fever (780.6)                             1,921       3.2 Cough (786.2)                             1,639       2.8
                                                             Abdominal pain other specified site
   Cough (786.2)                             1,624       2.7 (789.09)                                  1,559       2.6
   Abdominal pain unspecified site
   (789.00)                                  1,616       2.7 Backache, unspecified (724.5)             1,546       2.6

   Lumbago (724.2)                           1,579       2.6 Fever (780.6)                             1,536       2.6
   Unspecified disorder of the teeth and                     Unspecified disorder of the teeth and
   supporting structures (525.9)             1,413       2.4 supporting structures (525.9)             1,465       2.5
                                                             Injury, other and unspecified - Knee,
   Acute pharyngitis (462)                   1,235       2.1 leg, ankle and foot (959.7)               1,453       2.5

   All Others                               40,872      68.5 All Others                               40,557      68.5

   Total                                    59,674     100.0 Total                                   59,223      100.0
   Source: Agency for Helath Care Administration Emergency Department Data, 2005-2008;




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   Table TA-101. Number of Avoidable Emergency Department Visits and Rate Per 1,000 Population by Zip Code, Alachua
   County and Florida, 2006-08.

                               Average Population Total Avoidable ED                   Rate Per 1,000
              Area                                                   Average ED Visits
                                  (2006-2008)            Visits                          Population

   32601 - Gainesville                    20,207              9,452             3,151         155.92
   32603 - Gainesville                     7,526                693               231          30.69
   32605 - Gainesville                    25,802              5,024             1,675          64.90
   32606 - Gainesville                    21,541              4,471             1,490          69.18
   32607 - Gainesville                    29,669             11,001             3,667         123.60
   32608 - Gainesville                    36,316             11,378             3,793         104.44
   32609 - Gainesville                    20,170             10,631             3,544         175.69
   32611 - Gainesville                     4,985                309               103          20.66
   32615 - Alachua                        14,490              4,717             1,572         108.51
   32618 Archer                            9,625              2,725               908          94.38
   32631 Earleton                            777                105                35          45.04
   32640 - Hawthorne                      12,264              4,338             1,446         117.91
   32641 - Gainesville                    13,326             10,134             3,378         253.50
   32643 - High Springs                   10,132              3,273             1,091         107.68
   32653 - Gainesville                    13,071              3,101             1,034          79.08
   32667 - Micanopy                        4,841              1,155               385          79.55
   32669 - Newberry                        9,232              3,374             1,125         121.81
   32694 - Waldo                           1,704              1,173               391         229.59
   Alachua County                        242,554             87,054            29,018         119.64
   Florida                            18,830,449          8,593,067         2,864,356         152.11
   * ED Visits are classified into four categories using the NYU Algorithm: (1) Non Emergent, (2)
   Emergent/primary care treatable, (3) Emergent/emergency department care required but
   preventable/avoidable, (4) Emergent/emergency department care required, not preventable/avoidable.
   Therefore, the first three were combined to create the total number of avoidable ED visits.
   Source: Broward Regional Health Planning Council,
   http://healthdata.brhpc.org/Default.aspx?pid=nyualgo, September 14, 2009; ESRI Business Solutions,
   2006-2008.




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   Community Input
   Community Input data are presented for the telephone survey results.

   Community Telephone Survey Data Tables

   Table TA-102. Selected Demographics of the Community Telephone Survey Respondents.
              Demographics                   Number         Percent
   Total Respondents                                  400
                                 Gender (N=400)
   Males                                              204         51.0
   Females                                            196         49.0
                              Age Group (N=400)
   18 - 24                                             21             5.3
   25 - 34                                             43         10.8
   35 - 44                                             44         11.0
   45 - 54                                             77         19.3
   55 - 64                                             93         23.3
   65 - 74                                             60         15.0
   75 - 84                                             50         12.5
   85+                                                  7             1.8
   Refused                                              5             1.3
                                  Race (N=400)
   White/Caucasian                                    329         82.3
   Black/African American                              46         11.5
   Native American                                      2             0.5
   Asian/Pacific Islander                               8             2.0
   Multiracial                                          4             1.0
   Other                                               14             3.5
   Refused                                              4             1.0
                                Ethnicity (N=400)
   Hispanic                                            18             4.5
   Non-Hispanic                                       377         94.3
   Don't Know                                           1             0.3
   Refused                                              4             1.0
                            Education Level (N=400)
   Less than high school graduate                      21             5.3
   High school graduate or GED                         61         15.3
   Some college                                        50         12.5
   Associate Degree                                    61         15.3
   Bachelors Degree                                    84         21.0
   Graduate Degree in college                         116         29.0
   Other                                           7                  1.8
   Source: Alachua County Community Telephone Survey conducted
   November 2009-December 2009.




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   Table TA-103. Selected Household Demographics of the Community Telephone Survey Respondents.
                    Demographics                       Number         Percent
                        Annual Household Income (N=400)
   Refused                                                   51            12.8
   Don't Know                                                12             3.0
   Less than $20,000                                         42            10.5
   $20,000 - $29,999                                         39             9.8
   $30,000 - $39,999                                         35             8.8
   $40,000 - $49,999                                         34             8.5
   $50,000 - $79,999                                         79            19.8
   $80,000 or greater                                       108            27.0
                              Household type (N=400)
   One adult living alone                                       91         22.8
   Single parent family without extended family                 24          6.0
   Single parent family with an extended family
   (grandparents, aunts, uncles, etc)                             7         1.8
   Two married adults with or without children
   without extended family                                  185            46.3
   Two married adults with or without children and
   with extended family (grandparents, aunts,
   uncles, etc.)                                                41         10.3
   Two unmarried adults with or without children
   without extended family                                      20          5.0
   Two unmarried adults with or without children
   and with extended family (grandparents, aunts,
   uncles, etc.)                                                 7          1.8
   Other                                                        17          4.3
   Refused                                                       6          1.5
   Don't know                                                    2          0.5
                   Total number of persons in household (N=400)
   1                                                      100        25.0
   2                                                      154        38.5
   3                                                       61        15.3
   4                                                       55        13.8
   5                                                       23          5.8
   6                                                        4          1.0
   7 or more                                                1          0.3
   Refused                                                  2          0.5
   Source: Alachua County Community Telephone Survey conducted November
   2009-December 2009.




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   Table TA-104. Number of People in the Household by Selected Age Groups for the Community Telephone Survey
   Respondents.
        Number of People               Number             Percent
             Total number of children < 17 in household (N=400)
   0                                            192                 48.0
   1                                             49                 12.3
   2                                             47                 11.8
   3                                             17                  4.3
   4                                              2                  0.5
   5                                              1                  0.3
   6                                              0                  -
   7 or more                                      0                  -
   Refused                                        1                  0.3
       Total number of adults between 18 - 54 in household (N=400)
   0                                            166                 41.5
   1                                             85                 21.3
   2                                            111                 27.8
   3                                             28                  7.0
   4                                              8                  2.0
   5                                              0                  -
   6                                              0                  -
   7 or more                                      0                  -
   Refused                                        2                  0.5
       Total number of adults between 55 - 64 in household (N=400)
   0                                            264                 66.0
   1                                             84                 21.0
   2                                             47                 11.8
   3                                              1                  0.3
   4                                              0                  -
   5                                              0                  -
   6                                              0                  -
   7 or more                                      0                  -
   Refused                                        4                  1.0
               Total number of adults 65+ in household (N=400)
   0                                            255                 63.8
   1                                             89                 22.3
   2                                             51                 12.8
   3                                              2                  0.5
   4                                              0                  -
   5                                              0                  -
   6                                              0                  -
   7 or more                                      0                  -
   Refused                                   3               0.8
   Source: Alachua County Community Telephone Survey conducted
   November 2009-December 2009.




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   Table TA-105. Number of Survey Respondents by Zip Code.
       Zip Code (N=400)       Number        Percent
   32601                              11          2.8
   32603                               1          0.3
   32605                              56         14.0
   32606                              37          9.3
   32607                              43         10.8
   32608                              64         16.0
   32609                              22          5.5
   32614                               1          0.3
   32615                              23          5.8
   32616                               2          0.5
   32618                               7          1.8
   32627                               1          0.3
   32640                               1          0.3
   32641                              24          6.0
   32643                              17          4.3
   32653                              43         10.8
   32655                               3          0.8
   32658                               2          0.5
   32667                               8          2.0
   32669                              24          6.0
   32694                               6          1.5
   Refused                             3          0.8
   Don't know                        1        0.3
   Source: Alachua County Community Telephone
   Survey conducted November 2009-December 2009.


   Table TA-106. Comparison of Selected Demographics of the Survey Respondents Compared to Alachua County, 2009.
               Demographics                    Percent Survey Respondents                Percent of County
                                                        Gender
   Males                                                                    51.0                               49.0
   Females                                                                  49.0                               51.0
                                              Age Group (18 + Population)
   18 - 24                                                                   5.3                               28.4
   25 - 34                                                                  10.8                               17.6
   35 - 44                                                                  11.0                               13.3
   45 - 54                                                                  19.3                               15.6
   55 - 64                                                                  23.3                               12.4
   65 - 74                                                                  15.0                                6.6
   75 - 84                                                                  12.5                                4.2
   85+                                                                       1.8                                1.8
   The percentages will not add up to 100 percent due to the don't know and refused responses on the survey.
   Source: Alachua County Telephone Survey,; U.S. Census Bureau, 2000; ESRI Business Solutions 2009.




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   Table TA-106 Cont. Comparison of Selected Demographics of the Survey Respondents Compared
   to Alachua County, 2009.
               Demographics                   Percent Survey Respondents               Percent of County
                                                        Race
   White/Caucasian                                                         82.3                             67.9
   Black/African American                                                  11.5                             22.4
   Asian/Pacific Islander                                                   2.0                               5.0
   Other                                                                    5.0                               4.8
                                                      Ethnicity
   Hispanic                                                                 4.5                               8.6
   Non-Hispanic                                                            94.3                             91.4
                                                  Education Level
   Less than high school graduate                                           5.3                             11.9
   High school graduate or GED and Some
   College                                                                 27.8                             39.7
   College Degrees                                                         65.3                             48.3
   Other                                                                    1.8
                                             Annual Household Income
   Less than $20,000                                                       10.5                             27.0
   $20,000 - $29,999                                                        9.8                             11.4
   $30,000 - $39,999                                                        8.8                             10.8
   $40,000 - $49,999                                                        8.5                               9.6
   $50,000 - $79,999 *                                                     19.8                             20.3
   $80,000 or greater *                                                    27.0                             20.8
                                                      Zip Code
   32601, 32627                                                             3.0                               8.5
   32603                                                                    0.3                               3.1
   32605                                                                   14.0                             10.5
   32606                                                                    9.3                               8.6
   32607                                                                   10.8                             11.6
   32608 & 32614                                                           16.3                             15.6
   32609                                                                    5.5                               8.4
   32611                                                                    -                                 2.0
   32615, 32616, 32658                                                      6.8                               6.1
   32618                                                                    1.8                               4.0
   32631                                                                    -                                 0.2
   32640                                                                    0.3                               5.0
   32641                                                                    6.0                               5.4
   32643, 32655                                                             5.0                               4.3
   32653                                                                   10.8                               5.2
   32667                                                                    2.0                               2.1
   32669                                                                    6.0                               4.1
   32694                                                                     1.5                              0.8
   * The household income levels for the survey were $50,000-$79,999 and $80,000 or greater. For Alachua County
   percentages the first range of household income was $50,000-$74,999 and the second range was $75,000 or
   greater.
   The percentages will not add up to 100 percent due to the don't know and refused responses on the survey.
   Source: Alachua County Telephone Survey; U.S. Census Bureau, 2000; ESRI Business Solutions 2009.




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   Table TA-107. Describing Health of Survey Respondents and Other People in the Household.
                 Description                             Number                             Percent
                                             Your Own Health (N=400) *
   Excellent                                                                  99                             24.8
   Very Good                                                              107                                26.8
   Good                                                                   136                                34.0
   Fair                                                                       42                             10.5
   Poor                                                                  16                                   4.0
                                      Your Spouse/Partner's Health (N=278) **
   Excellent                                                                  63                             22.7
   Very Good                                                                  82                             29.5
   Good                                                                       73                             26.3
   Fair                                                                       26                              9.4
   Poor                                                                       10                              3.6
   Not Applicable                                                             22                              7.9
   Refused                                                                     2                              0.7
                                         Your Children's Health (N=309) ***
   Excellent                                                                  94                             30.4
   Very Good                                                                  54                             17.5
   Good                                                                       39                             12.6
   Fair                                                                        8                              2.6
   Poor                                                                        1                              0.3
   Not Applicable                                                         108                                35.0
   Refused                                                                  5                                 1.6
                                     Your Extended Family's Health (N=80) ****
   Excellent                                                                   7                              8.8
   Very Good                                                                  23                             28.8
   Good                                                                       25                             31.3
   Fair                                                                       10                             12.5
   Poor                                                                        5                              6.3
   Not Applicable                                                              9                             11.3
   Refused                                                              1                                     1.3
                                   Other Household Members Health (N=309) ***
   Excellent                                                                  14                              4.5
   Very Good                                                                  31                             10.0
   Good                                                                       39                             12.6
   Fair                                                                        9                              2.9
   Poor                                                                        6                              1.9
   Not Applicable                                                         199                                64.4
   Don't Know                                                                  4                              1.3
   Refused                                                                  7                                  2.3
   * All respondents were asked this question.
   ** All respondents were asked this unless they answered "one adult living alone" or "single parent family
   without extended family" or "single parent family with an extended family" to the "household type" question.
   *** All respondents were asked this unless they answered "one adult living alone" to the "household type"
   question.
   **** All respondents were asked this unless they answered "one adult living alone" or "single parent family
   without extended family" or "two married adults with or without children and without extended family" or
   "two unmarried adults with or without children without extended family" to the "household type" question.
   Source: Alachua County Telephone Survey conducted November 2009-December 2009.




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   Table TA-108. Place Where Different Types of Routine Care is Obtained.
                     Place You Go for Routine Care                     Number         Percent

                                     Routine Medical Care (N=400)

   Your Family Doctor at a Private Doctor's Office or Medical Clinic
   Which is Not Health Department                                           310            77.5
   Your Family Doctor at the Health Department                                  15          3.8
   Urgent Care Center                                                            4          1.0
   Hospital Emergency Room                                                       6          1.5
   VA/Veteran's Clinic                                                          13          3.3
   I/We Don't Go to Get Routine Medical Care                                    21          5.3
   Other                                                                        28          7.0
   Don't Know                                                                    1          0.3
   Refused                                                                       2          0.5
                                      Routine Dental Care (N=400)
   Family Dentist at Private Dentist Office                                 317            79.3
   Dental Clinic at UF/Shands                                                   26          6.5
   VA/Veteran's Clinic                                                           2          0.5
   We Care Clinic                                                                1          0.3
   Community Ministries                                                          2          0.5
   I/We Don’t Go to Dental Care                                                 28          7.0
   Other                                                                        22          5.5
   Don't Know                                                                    1          0.3
   Refused                                                                       1          0.3
                                    Mental/Behavioral Care (N=400)
   A Private Psychiatrist's or Psychologist's Office                            41         10.3
   My Family Doctor in Her/His Office                                            7          1.8
   Mental/Behavioral Health Clinic (Meridian or Shands Vista)                    8          2.0
   VA/Veteran's Clinic                                                           4          1.0
   I/We Don’t Go to Get Mental/Behavioral Health Care                       311            77.8
   Other                                                                        19          4.8
   Don't Know                                                                    3          0.8
   Refused                                                               7                  1.8
   Source: Alachua County Telephone Survey conducted November 2009-December 2009.




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   Table TA-109. Emergency Room Usage by Survey Respondents.
                           Usage                              Number             Percent
   Total Used Emergency Room (N=400)                           131                         32.8
                           Number of Times Used Emergency Room (N=131)
   1                                                                   66                  50.4
   2                                                                   31                  23.7
   3                                                                   17                  13.0
   4                                                                   10                   7.6
   5                                                                    4                   3.1
   6                                                                    1                   0.8
   7                                                                    1                   0.8
   10                                                                   1                   0.8
                        Reasons for Going to the Emergency Room (N=131) *
   AccidentAfford to Pay for Services at a Doctor's
   Couldn't or Injury                                                  42                  32.1
   Office or Clinic                                                     6                   4.6
   Doctor's Office or Clinic Closed (After Hours)                      29                  22.1
   Did Not Know Where Else to Go                                       20                  15.3
   Have no Health Insurance                                             7                   5.3
   Have no Regular Doctor or Clinic                                    11                   8.4
   Serious Illness                                                     65                  49.6
   Other                                                                1                   0.8
   Don't Know                                                           1                   0.8
   Refused                                                         1              0.8
   * More than one response could have been checked.
   Source: Alachua County Telephone Survey conducted November 2009-December 2009.


   Table TA-110. Travel Method for How the Survey Respondents and Their Household Members Get to Health Care
   Services.

                                                    Number
             Travel Method                                                  Percent
                                                    (N=400)

   In Your Own Car                                            370                     92.5
   In a Friend or Relative's Car                               13                      3.3
   On Foot or Bicycle                                           1                      0.3
   On Public Transportation                                     4                      1.0
   By Ambulance                                                 3                      0.8
   Other                                                        8                      2.0
   Don't Know                                             1                     0.3
   Source: Alachua County Telephone Survey conducted November 2009-December 2009.




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   Table TA-111. Where Respondent and Household Members Most Often Get Advice or Information About Available
   Health Care Services.

                                            Number
           Source of Information                                    Percent
                                            (N=400)

   Newspapers, Magazines, Books                          22                     5.5
   Family or Friends                                     80                    20.0
   Internet                                              37                     9.3
   Religious or Spiritual Advisor                          1                    0.3
   Health Care Professional                             185                    46.3
   Social Service Agency                                   8                    2.0
   Telephone Hot Line                                      1                    0.3
   Other                                                 55                    13.8
   Don't know                                              7                    1.8
   Refused                                                  4                   1.0
   Source: Alachua County Telephone Survey conducted November 2009-December 2009.




                                                                          Technical Appendix        Page TA-121
ALACHUA COUNTY HEALTH NEEDS ASSESSMENT                                                                        2010

   Table TA-112. Level of Difficulty it has Been During the Past Year for You or Your Household to Pay for Care.
               Level of Difficulty                 Number           Percent

                              For Routine Medical Care (N=400)
   Very Easy                                                   68             17.0
   Easy                                                       171             42.8
   A Little Difficult                                          73             18.3
   Very Difficult                                              45             11.3
   So Difficult I/We Did Not Get Care                          10              2.5
   Did Not Need Type of Care                                   28              7.0
   Don't Know                                                   5              1.3
                                      Dental Care (N=400)
   Very Easy                                                   68             17.0
   Easy                                                       150             37.5
   A Little Difficult                                          82             20.5
   Very Difficult                                              45             11.3
   So Difficult I/We Did Not Get Care                          23              5.8
   Did Not Need Type of Care                                   30              7.5
   Refused                                                      2              0.5
                              Mental/Behavioral Care (N=400)
   Very Easy                                                   16              4.0
   Easy                                                        43             10.8
   A Little Difficult                                          14              3.5
   Very Difficult                                               6              1.5
   So Difficult I/We Did Not Get Care                           7              1.8
   Did Not Need Type of Care                                  307             76.8
   Refused                                                      5              1.3
   Don't Know                                                   2              0.5
                                     Hospital Costs (N=400)
   Very Easy                                                   40             10.0
   Easy                                                        95             23.8
   A Little Difficult                                          36              9.0
   Very Difficult                                              34              8.5
   So Difficult I/We Did Not Get Care                           9              2.3
   Did Not Need Type of Care                                  184             46.0
   Refused                                                      1              0.3
   Don't Know                                          1                       0.3
   Source: Alachua County Telephone Survey conducted November 2009-
   December 2009.




                                                                                     Technical Appendix       Page TA-122
ALACHUA COUNTY HEALTH NEEDS ASSESSMENT                                                                       2010

   Table TA-113. Level of Difficulty it has Been During the Past Year For Those That Needed Care to Pay for Care.
             Level of Difficulty                Number            Percent

                           For Routine Medical Care (N=367)

   Very Easy                                                 68             18.5
   Easy                                                     171             46.6
   A Little Difficult                                        73             19.9
   Very Difficult                                            45             12.3
   So Difficult I/We Did Not Get Care                        10              2.7
                                    Dental Care (N=368)

   Very Easy                                                 68             18.5
   Easy                                                     150             40.8
   A Little Difficult                                        82             22.3
   Very Difficult                                            45             12.2
   So Difficult I/We Did Not Get Care                        23              6.3
                            Mental/Behavioral Care (N=86)

   Very Easy                                                 16             18.6
   Easy                                                      43             50.0
   A Little Difficult                                        14             16.3
   Very Difficult                                             6              7.0
   So Difficult I/We Did Not Get Care                         7              8.1
                                   Hospital Costs (N=214)
   Very Easy                                                 40             18.7
   Easy                                                      95             44.4
   A Little Difficult                                        36             16.8
   Very Difficult                                            34             15.9
   So Difficult I/We Did Not Get Care                9                       4.2
   Source: Alachua County Telephone Survey conducted November 2009-
   December 2009.




                                                                                   Technical Appendix        Page TA-123
ALACHUA COUNTY HEALTH NEEDS ASSESSMENT                                                                    2010

   Table TA-114. Selected Insurance Coverage About the Survey Respondent.
                               Insurance Coverage                              Number       Percent

                     Type of Health Insurance or Coverage Respondent Has (N=400) *
   Medical                                                                           350          87.5
   Dental                                                                            169          42.3
   Long Term Care                                                                     92          23.0
   Other                                                                              45          11.3
   None                                                                               33           8.3
   Don't Know                                                                           1          0.3
   Refused                                                                              2          0.5
                              How did you obtain your insurance (N=364) **
   Through an Employer or Spouse/Partner's Employer                                  194          53.3
   Purchased Directly From Insurance Company (Not Through Employer)                   31           8.5
   Medicaid                                                                           11           3.0
   Medicare                                                                           67          18.4
   CHOICES                                                                              8          2.2
   Healthy Kids (through school)                                                      11           3.0
   Veteran's VA                                                                         0          -
   Other                                                                              40          11.0
   Don't Know                                                                           2          0.5
         During the past year, was there a time when you were without health insurance (N=364) **
   Yes                                                                                15           4.1
   No                                                                                349          95.9
              For those that were without health insurance, for how many months? (N=15) ***
   Three                                                                                3         20.0
   Five                                                                                 2         13.3
   Six                                                                                  3         20.0
   Nine                                                                                 1          6.7
   Ten                                                                                  2         13.3
   Twelve                                                                               4         26.7
            Did you have any type of health insurance or coverage in the past year? (N=36) ****
   Yes                                                                                10          27.8
   No                                                                                 25          69.4
   Don't Know                                                                        1        2.8
   * All respondents were asked this question.
   ** This was asked of all respondents except for those that answered "None, Don't Know or
   Refused" in the first question (*).
   *** This was asked of only the respondents that answered "yes" in (**).
   **** This was asked only to those that had responded "None, Don't Know or Refused" in (*).
   Source: Alachua County Telephone Survey conducted November 2009-December 2009.




                                                                                     Technical Appendix   Page TA-124
ALACHUA COUNTY HEALTH NEEDS ASSESSMENT                                                                            2010

   Table TA-115. Selected Insurance Coverage About the Survey Respondents Spouse/Partner.
                              Insurance Coverage                                  Number          Percent

                Type of Health Insurance or Coverage Respondent's Spouse/Partner Has (N=278) *
   Medical                                                                                 224         80.6
   Dental                                                                                  124         44.6
   Long Term Care                                                                           55         19.8
   Other                                                                                    26              9.4
   None                                                                                     20              7.2
   Not Applicable                                                                           21              7.6
   Don't Know                                                                                1              0.4
   Refused                                                                                   3              1.1
                                   How did you obtain your insurance (N=237) **
   Through an Employer or Spouse/Partner's Employer                                        163         68.8
   Purchased Directly From Insurance Company (Not Through Employer)                         21              8.9
   Medicaid                                                                                  3              1.3
   Medicare                                                                                 23              9.7
   CHOICES                                                                                   3              1.3
   Healthy Kids (through school)                                                             1              0.4
   Veteran's VA                                                                              6              2.5
   Other                                                                                    16              6.8
   Don't Know                                                                                1              0.4
            During the past year, was there a time when you were without health insurance (N=237) **
   Yes                                                                                       5              2.1
   No                                                                                      231         97.5
   Refused                                                                                   1              0.4
                  For those that were without health insurance, for how many months? (N=5) ***
   Three                                                                                     1         20.0
   Five                                                                                      1         20.0
   Eight                                                                                     1         20.0
   Twelve                                                                                    2         40.0
                Did you have any type of health insurance or coverage in the past year? (N=20) ****
   Yes                                                                                       4         20.0
   No                                                                                     16            80.0
   * Only respondents that did not answer that they were "one adult living alone", or "single parent family
   without extended family" or "single parent with an extended family to the "household type" question
   were asked this question.
   ** This was asked of all respondents except for those that answered "None or not applicable in (*).
   *** This was asked of only the respondents that answered "yes" in (**).
   **** This was asked only to those that had responded "None in (*).
   Source: Alachua County Telephone Survey conducted November 2009-December 2009.




                                                                                     Technical Appendix           Page TA-125
ALACHUA COUNTY HEALTH NEEDS ASSESSMENT                                                                            2010

   Table TA-116. Selected Insurance Coverage About the Survey Respondents Children.
                             Insurance Coverage                                Number             Percent

                    Type of Health Insurance or Coverage Respondent's Children Has (N=309) *
   Medical                                                                              140             45.3
   Dental                                                                                81             26.2
   Long Term Care                                                                        19                 6.1
   Other                                                                                 15                 4.9
   None                                                                                  18                 5.8
   Not Applicable                                                                       121             39.2
   Don't Know                                                                            23                 7.4
                                   How did you obtain your insurance (N=147) **
   Through an Employer or Spouse/Partner's Employer                                      99             67.3
   Purchased Directly From Insurance Company (Not Through Employer)                      12                 8.2
   Medicaid                                                                              12                 8.2
   Medicare                                                                                0                -
   CHOICES                                                                                 0                -
   Healthy Kids (through school)                                                           0                -
   Veteran's VA                                                                            2                1.4
   Other                                                                                 19             12.9
   Don't Know                                                                              3                2.0
            During the past year, was there a time when you were without health insurance (N=147) **
   Yes                                                                                     5                3.4
   No                                                                                   140             95.2
   Don't Know                                                                              2                1.4
                  For those that were without health insurance, for how many months? (N=5) ***
   One                                                                                     1            20.0
   Four                                                                                    1            20.0
   Five                                                                                    1            20.0
   Nine                                                                                    1            20.0
   Don't Know                                                                              1            20.0
                Did you have any type of health insurance or coverage in the past year? (N=41) ****
   Yes                                                                                   19             46.3
   No                                                                                    15             36.6
   Don't Know                                                                              6            14.6
   Refused                                                                               1              2.4
   * Only respondents that did not answer "one adult living alone" to the "household type" question were
   asked this question.
   ** This was asked of all respondents except for those that answered "None, Don't Know, Refused or not
   applicable" in (*).
   *** This was asked of only the respondents that answered "yes" in (**).
   **** This was asked only to those that had responded "None, Don't Know or Refused" in (*).
   Source: Alachua County Telephone Survey conducted November 2009-December 2009.




                                                                                    Technical Appendix            Page TA-126
ALACHUA COUNTY HEALTH NEEDS ASSESSMENT                                                                                2010

   Table TA-117. Selected Insurance Coverage About the Survey Respondents Extended Family.
                              Insurance Coverage                                 Number              Percent

                    Type of Health Insurance or Coverage Respondent's Extended Family Has (N=80)
   Medical                                                                                  38                 47.5
   Dental                                                                                   21                 26.3
   Long Term Care                                                                            9                 11.3
   Other                                                                                     8                 10.0
   None                                                                                      5                  6.3
   Not Applicable                                                                           17                 21.3
   Don't Know                                                                               15                 18.8
   Refused                                                                                   2                  2.5
                                      How did you obtain your insurance (N=41)
   Through an Employer or Spouse/Partner's Employer                                         18                 43.9
   Purchased Directly From Insurance Company (Not Through Employer)                          4                  9.8
   Medicaid                                                                                  1                  2.4
   Medicare                                                                                  3                  7.3
   CHOICES                                                                                   1                  2.4
   Healthy Kids (through school)                                                             1                  2.4
   Veteran's VA                                                                              2                  4.9
   Other                                                                                     8                 19.5
   Don't Know                                                                                3                  7.3
                During the past year, was there a time when you were without health insurance (N=41)
   Yes                                                                                       7                 17.1
   No                                                                                       33                 80.5
   Don't Know                                                                                1                  2.4
                      For those that were without health insurance, for how many months? (N=7)
   One                                                                                       1                 14.3
   Six                                                                                       1                 14.3
   Twelve                                                                                    4                 57.1
   Don't Know                                                                                1                 14.3
                    Did you have any type of health insurance or coverage in the past year? (N=22)
   Yes                                                                                      13                 59.1
   No                                                                                        4                 18.2
   Don't Know                                                                                3                 13.6
   Refused                                                                                    2              9.1
   * Only respondents that did not answer "one adult living alone" or "single parent family without extended
   family" or "two married adults with or without children without extended family" or "two unmarried adults
   with or without children and without extended family" to the "household type" question were asked this
   question.
   ** This was asked of all respondents except for those that answered "None, Don't Know, Refused or not
   applicable" in (*).
   *** This was asked of only the respondents that answered "yes" in (**).
   **** This was asked only to those that had responded "None, Don't Know or Refused" in (*).
   Source: Alachua County Telephone Survey conducted November 2009-December 2009.




                                                                                    Technical Appendix                Page TA-127
ALACHUA COUNTY HEALTH NEEDS ASSESSMENT                                                                           2010

   Table TA-118. Selected Insurance Coverage About the Other People in the Survey Respondents Household.
                              Insurance Coverage                                 Number          Percent

               Type of Health Insurance or Coverage Respondent's Extended Family Has (N=309) *
   Medical                                                                                 28              9.1
   Dental                                                                                  14              4.5
   Long Term Care                                                                           7              2.3
   Other                                                                                    2              0.6
   None                                                                                    28              9.1
   Not Applicable                                                                         234         75.7
   Don't Know                                                                              14              4.5
   Refused                                                                                  2              0.6
                                   How did you obtain your insurance (N=31) **
   Through an Employer or Spouse/Partner's Employer                                        19         61.3
   Purchased Directly From Insurance Company (Not Through Employer)                         2              6.5
   Medicaid                                                                                 1              3.2
   Medicare                                                                                 2              6.5
   CHOICES                                                                                  1              3.2
   Healthy Kids (through school)                                                            0              -
   Veteran's VA                                                                             1              3.2
   Other                                                                                    3              9.7
   Don't Know                                                                               2              6.5
            During the past year, was there a time when you were without health insurance (N=31) **
   Yes                                                                                      3              9.7
   No                                                                                      27         87.1
   Don't Know                                                                               1              3.2
                  For those that were without health insurance, for how many months? (N=3) ***
   Two                                                                                      1         33.3
   Six                                                                                      2         66.7
               Did you have any type of health insurance or coverage in the past year? (N=44) ****
   Yes                                                                                     12         27.3
   No                                                                                      22         50.0
   Don't Know                                                                               7         15.9
   Refused                                                                              3             6.8
   * Only respondents that did not answer "one adult living alone" to the "household type" question were
   asked this question.
   ** This was asked of all respondents except for those that answered "None, Don't Know, Refused or not
   applicable" in (*).
   *** This was asked of only the respondents that answered "yes" in (**).
   **** This was asked only to those that had responded "None, Don't Know or Refused" in (*).
   Source: Alachua County Telephone Survey conducted November 2009-December 2009.




                                                                                    Technical Appendix           Page TA-128
ALACHUA COUNTY HEALTH NEEDS ASSESSMENT                                                                                                       2010

   Table TA-119. Topics That Could Have Been a Problem for the Respondent or Someone in the Respondents Household
   During the Last Year.
                                    Scale (1-5) 1=Not a problem, 5=A major problem (N=400)
                                                                                                                        Don't      Average
                                          1              2             3             4             5         Refused
               Topics                                                                                                   Know      Response
                                     #        %      #       %     #       %     #       %     #       %     #    %     #   %
   Adults with emotional,
   behavioral or mental health
   problems                         343       85.8 16        4.0 15        3.8   8       2.0 13        3.3    3   0.8   2   0.5        1.3
   Children with emotional,
   behavioral or mental health
   problems                         344       86.0 14        3.5   9       2.3   7       1.8   7       1.8 14     3.5   5   1.3        1.2
   Not knowing where to get
   routine medical care             360       90.0 15        3.8 11        2.8   4       1.0   8       2.0    0   -     2   0.5        1.2
   Not knowing where to get
   dental care                      358       89.5 10        2.5 11        2.8   7       1.8 11        2.8    2   0.5   1   0.3        1.2
   Not knowing where to get
   behavioral or mental health      355       88.8 15        3.8   6       1.5   5       1.3 12        3.0   6    1.5   1   0.3
   care                                                                                                                                1.2
   Not understanding directions
   from your physician or health
   care provider                    361       90.3 19        4.8   9       2.3   5       1.3   3       0.8    1   0.3   2   0.5        1.2
   Not understanding directions
   for taking prescribed
   medications                      375       93.8 11        2.8  5        1.3   2       0.5  6        1.5    1   0.3   0   -          1.1
   Getting a doctor                 354       88.5 14        3.5 15        3.8   7       1.8  9        2.3    1   0.3   0   -          1.3
   Getting a dentist                347       86.8 16        4.0  9        2.3   8       2.0 17        4.3    3   0.8   0   -          1.3
   Getting a mental health care
   provider                         347       86.8   8       2.0   3       0.8   4       1.0 12        3.0 13     3.3 13    3.3        1.2
   Getting hospital service         360       90.0   8       2.0   9       2.3   6       1.5 11        2.8  3     0.8  3    0.8        1.2
   Affording routine medical,
   dental or mental health care     272       68.0 43    10.8 27           6.8 20        5.0 34        8.5    3   0.8   1   0.3        1.7
   Paying for prescriptions         288       72.0 34     8.5 36           9.0 16        4.0 24        6.0    1   0.3   1   0.3        1.6
   Paying for or getting health
   insurance                        263       65.8 36        9.0 38        9.5 11        2.8 48    12.0       3   0.8   1   0.3        1.9
   Paying for or getting dental
   insurance                        257       64.3 26        6.5 29        7.3 18        4.5 54    13.5 10        2.5   6   1.5        1.9
   Getting transportation to a
   health care visit or
   appointment                      371       92.8 13        3.3   5       1.3   5       1.3   6       1.5  0     -    0    -          1.2
   Physical conflict in household   364       91.0  9        2.3   7       1.8   1       0.3   7       1.8  2     0.5 10    2.5        1.1
   Obtaining prenatal care          352       88.0  1        0.3   0       -     2       0.5   7       1.8 23     5.8 15    3.8        1.1
   Obtaining care for a newborn   343 85.8     2    0.5  1 0.3    2 0.5   7    1.8                           31   7.8 14    3.5        1.1
   Sexually transmitted diseases 367 91.8      0    -    1 0.3    1 0.3   6    1.5                           17   4.3  8    2.0        1.1
   Smoking or tobacco use         344 86.0     9    2.3 15 3.8    5 1.3 14     3.5                           11   2.8  2    0.5        1.3
   Alcohol use                    366 91.5     5    1.3  9 2.3    1 0.3   8    2.0                           10   2.5  1    0.3        1.1
   Drug use                       371 92.8     6    1.5  2 0.5    0 -     9    2.3                           10   2.5  2    0.5        1.1
   Weight loss                    289 72.3 40 10.0 36 9.0 16 4.0 13            3.3                            3   0.8  3    0.8        1.5
   Exercise and physical activity 280 70.0 56 14.0 39 9.8 10 2.5 14            3.5                            1   0.3  0    -          1.6
   HIV/AIDS                       377 94.3     1    0.3  0 -      1 0.3   7    1.8                           12   3.0  2    0.5        1.1
   Source: Alachua County Telephone Survey conducted November 2009-December 2009.




                                                                                               Technical Appendix                            Page TA-129
ALACHUA COUNTY HEALTH NEEDS ASSESSMENT                                                                                                          2010

   Table TA-120. Factors and How Important the Respondent Thought Each Were in Defining a “Healthy Community”.
                                                            Scale (1-5) 1=Not Important, 5=Highly Important (N=400)

                                                                                                                           Don't
             Factor                   1                 2              3              4           5          Refused                 Average
                                                                                                                           Know
                                                                                                                                     Response
                                 #        %     #           %     #        %      #       %   #       %      #       %     #   %
   Community Involvement by
   residents                     40 10.0        19          4.8   72       18.0   61 15.3 201         50.3       4 1.0     3   0.8        3.9
   Low crime/safe
   neighborhoods                 24       6.0   13          3.3   20        5.0   46 11.5 296         74.0       1   0.3   0   -          4.4
   Low level of child abuse      26       6.5    3          0.8   11        2.8   36 9.0 318          79.5       3   0.8   3   0.8        4.6
   Good schools                  20       5.0    8          2.0   17        4.3   30 7.5 325          81.3       0   -     0   -          4.6
   Access to doctors             32       8.0    3          0.8   10        2.5   48 12.0 307         76.8       0   -     0   -          4.5
   Access to hospital services   31       7.8       3       0.8   14        3.5   43 10.8 309         77.3       0 -       0   -          4.5
   Access to health insurance 31 7.8        5 1.3 25      6.3 31 7.8 306 76.5                                    1 0.3     1   0.3        4.4
   A strong Health
   Department                  26 6.5 14 3.5 33           8.3 60 15.0 264 66.0                                   2   0.5   1   0.3        4.3
   Parks and recreation        30 7.5 20 5.0 83 20.8 76 19.0 191 47.8                                            0   -     0   -          3.9
   Clean Environment           25 6.3 12 3.0 30           7.5 64 16.0 268 67.0                                   1   0.3   0   -          4.3
   Access to social services   35 8.8 17 4.3 46 11.5 73 18.3 228 57.0                                            0   -     1   0.3        4.1
   Affordable housing          27 6.8 14 3.5 53 13.3 62 15.5 244 61.0                                            0   -     0   -          4.2
   Employers offering health
   insurance                   31 7.8 14 3.5 28           7.0 53 13.3 267 66.8                                   3 0.8     4   1.0        4.3
   Tolerance for diversity     31 7.8       8 2.0 41 10.3 63 15.8 246 61.5                                       3 0.8     8   2.0        4.2
   Good jobs and healthy
   economy                     18 4.5       3 0.8 18      4.5 50 12.5 310 77.5                                   1 0.3     0   -          4.6
   Strong family life          18 4.5       8 2.0 20      5.0 43 10.8 309 77.3                                   1 0.3     1   0.3        4.6
   Business Community
   leadership on health
   issues                      24 6.0 21 5.3 70 17.5 74 18.5 207 51.8                                            2 0.5     2   0.5        4.1
   Healthy behaviors and
   lifestyles                  22 5.5 10 2.5 23           5.8 51 12.8 293 73.3                                   0 -       1   0.3        4.5
   Low death and disease
   rates                       29 7.3       6 1.5 31      7.8 56 14.0 274 68.5                                   2 0.5     2   0.5        4.4
   Religious or spiritual
   values                      48 12.0 30 7.5 57 14.3 67 16.8 194 48.5                                           4 1.0     0   -          3.8
   Arts and cultural events    36 9.0 34 8.5 86 21.5 87 21.8 156 39.0                                            0 -       1   0.3        3.7
   Local government
   leadership on health
   issues                      30 7.5 26 6.5 68 17.0 74 18.5 200 50.0                                            0 -       2   0.5        4.0
   Source: Alachua County Telephone Survey conducted November 2009-December 2009.




                                                                                              Technical Appendix                                Page TA-130
ALACHUA COUNTY HEALTH NEEDS ASSESSMENT                                                                 2010

   Table TA-121. Factors that the Respondent Thought Were the Three Most Important Factors That Define a “Healthy
   Community”.

                      Factors                         Number            Percent


   Low crime/safe neighborhoods                                 114            28.5
   Access to health insurance                                   104            26.0
   Good schools                                                  99            24.8
   Access to doctors                                             92            23.0
   Access to hospital services                                   62            15.5
   Tolerance for diversity                                       62            15.5
   Affordable housing                                            61            15.3
   Good jobs and healthy economy                                 61            15.3
   Low death and disease rates                                   60            15.0
   Community Involvement by residents                            58            14.5
   Low level of child abuse                                      58            14.5
   Parks and recreation                                          48            12.0
   Business community leadership on health issues                48            12.0
   Strong family life                                            48            12.0
   Access to social services                                     30              7.5
   A strong health department                                    26              6.5
   Access to health insurance                                    19              4.8
   Employers offering health insurance                           17              4.3
   Local government leadership on health issues                  14              3.5
   Healthy behaviors and lifestyles                              12              3.0
   Arts and cultural events                                      12              3.0
   Religious or spiritual values                                 10              2.5
   Clean environment                                              9              2.3
   Source: Alachua County Telephone Survey conducted November 2009-December 2009.




                                                                           Technical Appendix           Page TA-131
ALACHUA COUNTY HEALTH NEEDS ASSESSMENT                                                                                               2010

   Table TA-122. Items that the Respondent Thought Could Be a Health Problem for the Community.
                                               Scale (1-5) 1=Not a problem, 5=A major problem (N=400)

                                                                                                                Don't
           Items               1           2             3            4                5          Refused
                                                                                                                Know         Avg
                                                                                                                          Response
                           #       %   #       %     #       %   #         %      #         %     #       %     #   %
   Motor Vehicle Crashes   54 13.5 45 11.3 136 34.0              62       15.5   100       25.0       0   -     3   0.8        3.3
   Rape/Sexual Assault     27 6.8 38 9.5 78 19.5                 67       16.8   184       46.0       0   -     6   1.5        3.9
   Mental Health Issues    36 9.0 32 8.0 100 25.0                94       23.5   132       33.0       0   -     6   1.5        3.6
   Homicide/Murder         40 10.0 47 11.8  76 19.0              48       12.0   185       46.3       0   -     4   1.0        3.7
   Child Abuse/Neglect     27 6.8 25 6.3 59 14.8                 62       15.5   224       56.0       1   0.3   2   0.5        4.1
   Suicide                 60 15.0 56 14.0  93 23.3              60       15.0   124       31.0       1   0.3   6   1.5        3.3
   Teen Pregnancy          23 5.8 30 7.5 95 23.8                 89       22.3   158       39.5       2   0.5   3   0.8        3.8

   Underage use of alcohol 22 5.5 21 5.3 73 18.3 100 25.0 184 46.0                                    0 -       0 -            4.0
   Domestic Violence        20 5.0 26 6.5 63 15.8          85 21.3 203 50.8                           0 -       3 0.8          4.1
   Fire-arm related
   injuries                 48 12.0 54 13.5      81 20.3   64 16.0 146 36.5                           0 -       7 1.8          3.5
   Hunger                   32 8.0 27 6.8 77 19.3          64 16.0 194 48.5                           0 -       6 1.5          3.9
   Sexually transmitted
   disease (HIV, other
   STDs)                    26 6.5 40 10.0       91 22.8   68 17.0 165 41.3                           1 0.3     9 2.3          3.8
   Infectious disease
   (Hepatitis, TB, etc)     28 7.0 37 9.3 95 23.8          71 17.8 165 41.3                           0   -     4   1.0        3.8
   Poor diet and nutrition 26 6.5 29 7.3 81 20.3           96 24.0 167 41.8                           0   -     1   0.3        3.9
   Physical inactivity      23 5.8 36 9.0 79 19.8 106 26.5 155 38.8                                   0   -     1   0.3        3.8
   Obesity                  23 5.8 27 6.8 62 15.5          97 24.3 189 47.3                           0   -     2   0.5        4.0
   Alcohol and other drug
   abuse                    18 4.5 19 4.8 79 19.8          86 21.5 193 48.3                           1 0.3     4 1.0          4.1
   Lack of access to health
   care                     46 11.5 31 7.8 56 14.0         69 17.3 195 48.8                           1 0.3     2 0.5          3.8
   Supply of health care
   providers and services 68 17.0 40 10.0        80 20.0   62 15.5 146 36.5                           4 1.0     0 -            3.4
   Tobacco Use              36 9.0 37 9.3 92 23.0          81 20.3 151 37.8                           1 0.3     2 0.5          3.7
   Homelessness             37 9.3 40 10.0       72 18.0   86 21.5 161 40.3                           0 -       4 1.0          3.7
   Chronic disease (e.g.
   cancer, diabetes, etc.) 22 5.5 34 8.5 87 21.8           83 20.8 169 42.3                           1 0.3     4 1.0          3.9
   Aging problems (e.g.
   arthritis, vision loss,
   etc.)                    24 6.0 41 10.3 113 28.3        92 23.0 128 32.0                           0 -       2 0.5          3.7
   Disparities in health
   outcomes among races
   and ethnic groups        41 10.3 40 10.0      96 24.0   70 17.5 141 35.3                           1 0.3 11 2.8             3.6
   Source: Alachua County Telephone Survey conducted November 2009-December 2009.




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   Table TA-123. Items that the Respondent Thought were the Three Most Important Health Problems in the Community.

                        Health Problems                         Number       Percent


   Alcohol and other drug abuse                                        109          27.3
   Child Abuse/Neglect                                                 105          26.3
   Obesity                                                              97          24.3
   Rape/Sexual Assault                                                  65          16.3
   Homelessness                                                         61          15.3
   Teen Pregnancy                                                       59          14.8
   Lack of access to health care                                        55          13.8
   Hunger                                                               50          12.5
   Domestic Violence                                                    45          11.3
   Tobacco Use                                                          41          10.3
   Underage use of alcohol                                              40          10.0
   Physical inactivity                                                  40          10.0
   Homicide/Murder                                                      39           9.8
   Chronic disease (e.g. cancer, diabetes, etc.)                        33           8.3
   Disparities in health outcomes among races and ethnic groups         33           8.3
   Sexually transmitted disease (HIV, other STDs)                       32           8.0
   Supply of health care provides and services                          30           7.5
   Poor diet and nutrition                                              30           7.5
   Infectious disease (Hepatitis, TB, etc)                              28           7.0
   Motor Vehicle Crashes                                                27           6.8
   Mental Health Issues                                                 27           6.8
   Aging problems (e.g. arthritis, vision loss, etc.)                   27           6.8
   Fire-arm related injuries                                             8           2.0
   Suicide                                                               5           1.3
   Source: Alachua County Telephone Survey conducted November 2009-December 2009.




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   Table TA-124. Items that the Respondent Thought were Safety Issues for the Community.
                                                    Scale (1-5) 1=Not a problem, 5=A major problem (N=400)

       Safety Issues               1            2             3            4           5         Refused Don't Know            Avg
                                                                                                                             Response
                              #        %   #        %     #       %    #       %   #        %        #   %     #       %
   Unsafe Driving             37       9.3 43 10.8        96 24.0      73 18.3     150 37.5          0 -           1   0.3        3.6
   Alcohol and Drug
   Abuse                      18       4.5 23       5.8   98 24.5      95 23.8     161 40.3          2 0.5         3   0.8        3.9
   Racism and
   Intolerance                51 12.8 51 12.8 114 28.5                 64 16.0     116 29.0          1 0.3         3   0.8        3.4
   Not using seat belts,
   safety seats and
   helmets                    37       9.3 51 12.8        92 23.0      68 17.0     149 37.3          1 0.3         2   0.5        3.6
   Unsafe/Unprotected
   Sex                        18       4.5 37       9.3   86 21.5      77 19.3     169 42.3          2 0.5     11      2.8        3.9
   Unsafe
   Road/Sidewalk
   Conditions                 59 14.8 73 18.3 101 25.3                 78 19.5     86 21.5           1 0.3         2   0.5        3.1
   Underage Use of
   Alcohol                    20       5.0 30       7.5   92 23.0 101 25.3         156 39.0          0 -           1   0.3        3.9
   Access to Firearms
   by Children                50 12.5 61 15.3             71 17.8      49 12.3     167 41.8          0 -           2   0.5        3.6
   Manufacturing of
   Drugs Like
   Methamphetamines 30 7.5 38 9.5 61 15.3 82 20.5 182 45.5                        1                      0.3       6   1.5        3.9
   Growing Marijuana     81 20.3 60 15.0 84 21.0 53 13.3 115 28.8                 2                      0.5       5   1.3        3.2
   School Violence       34 8.5 57 14.3 78 19.5 75 18.8 150 37.5                  1                      0.3       5   1.3        3.6
   Child Abuse and
   Neglect               18 4.5 29 7.3 67 16.8 62 15.5 219 54.8                   1                      0.3       4   1.0        4.1
   Domestic Violence     17 4.3 32 8.0 69 17.3 76 19.0 202 50.5                   1                      0.3       3   0.8        4.0
   Gang-Related
   Activity              48 12.0 55 13.8 79 19.8 65 16.3 145 36.3                 1                      0.3       7   1.8        3.5
   Source: Alachua County Telephone Survey conducted November 2009-December 2009.




   Table TA-125. Items that the Respondent Thought were the Three Most Important Safety Issues in the Community.
                           Safety Issue                               Number               Percent

   Child Abuse and Neglect                                       190             47.5
   Alcohol and Drug Abuse                                        142             35.5
   Domestic Violence                                             126             31.5
   Underage Use of Alcohol                                        90             22.5
   Unsafe Driving                                                 89             22.3
   Manufacturing of Drugs Like Methamphetamines                   77             19.3
   Gang-Related Activity                                          71             17.8
   Not using seat belts, safety seats and helmets                 69             17.3
   Access to Firearms by Children                                 67             16.8
   Unsafe/Unprotected Sex                                         55             13.8
   School Violence                                                48             12.0
   Racism and Intolerance                                         34              8.5
   Unsafe Road/Sidewalk Conditions                                28              7.0
   Growing Marijuana                                              14              3.5
   Source: Alachua County Telephone Survey conducted November 2009-December 2009.




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   Zip Code Health Report Card
   Alachua County Zip Code Report Card, 2009.
                      Zip Code                      32641     32609      32694       32669       32601     32607
   Geographic Abbreviation                              EG        NEG     Waldo Newberry            ECG        WG
   2009 Total population                             13,459    20,744      1,996      10,245      20,925    28,782
   2009 UF Off-campus students                         563      1,563        53         312        6,835     7,263
   2009 Population in poverty                         4,269     4,908       310         954        8,595     7,745

   % without a high school degree (25+ years),
   2000                                                30.0      22.7       18.6        17.6        13.9       5.5
   Median household income, 2009                    $29,262   $34,189    $41,206     $45,428     $21,882   $34,699
   % of population in poverty, 2000                    31.7      23.7       15.6         9.3        41.1      26.9

   % of families (with children under 18
   present) headed by a single parent, 2009            55.0      40.3       24.5        17.5        45.5      32.2
   % of births covered by Medicaid, 2004-2006          82.0      74.6       61.7        35.4        62.4      56.9
   % low birthweights, 2004-2006                       10.2       9.3       10.0         7.6         6.5       6.9
   % of births to a teen (10-17), 2004 - 2006           7.3       7.3        1.7         2.1         6.5       2.9
   Infant mortality rate (per 1,000 live births),
   2004-2006                                            9.8      21.4        0.0         7.8        10.8      11.5


   Death rates by selected causes of death (age-adjusted per 100,000 population), 2004-2006
   All cancers                                      248.0      279.6     167.4       372.5         215.7     166.5
    lung cancer                                        66.0      84.0       52.9       113.9        36.8      48.5
    breast cancer                                      15.1       6.1        0.0        43.9        11.0      13.2
    prostate cancer                                    19.3      14.5       13.1        39.7         6.2       9.8
   Heart disease                                      201.5     172.5      307.4       250.8       118.0     158.9
   Homicide                                            10.2       9.2        0.0        12.5         3.5       8.1
   Motor vehicle crashes                               21.1      22.6       68.4        34.1        15.1      12.2
   Stroke                                              63.0      49.9       67.2        91.3        44.7      65.5
   Suicide                                              7.4       9.2        26         17.2        22.8       6.0


   Crude infection rates for STDs (cases per 100,000 population), 2008
   Chlamydia                                          2155        1041      601         342         659       855
   Gonorrhea                                           840        429       251          68         191       264
   Syphilis                                             37         19            0           0       24            3

   Child maltreatment, incidence rate per
   1,000 0-17 year olds, 2007 (excludes death
   and substance abuse)                                76.2      98.5       74.6        41.1        55.5      60.0

   Avoidable ED visits (rate per 1,000
   population), 2006-2008                             253.5     175.7      229.6       121.8       155.9     123.6
   Avoidable discharges among 0-64 years (rate
   per 1,000 0-64 population), 2006-2008               23.8      17.6       24.4        13.8        14.5       8.7


   Overall Ranking                                        1            2           3           4          5   6
   Source: Adapted Methodology: Nancy Hardt, M.D. College of Medicine, University of Florida, U.S. Census
   Bureau, 2009; Florida Department of Health, Office of Vital Statistics; Florida Agency for Health Care
   Administration, Detailed Hospital Discharge Data, 2006-08; www.FloridaCHARTs.com; ESRI Business Solutions,
   2006-08.




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   Alachua County Zip Code Report Card, 2009. Continued
                      Zip Code                      32615       32618     32608       32640       32643       32653       32605
   Geographic Abbreviation                          Alachua      Archer      SWGHawthorne High Sprngs             NG         NCG
   2009 Total population                             15,055       9,978    38,631      12,330      10,629      12,805      26,066
   2009 UF Off-campus students                          564        219     13,387         327        328         873        2,270
   2009 Population in poverty                         2,042       1,550    14,296       1,871       1,142        791        2,666

   % without a high school degree (25+ years),
   2000                                                16.1        17.3        8.0       22.0        17.3         6.9         5.6
   Median household income, 2009                    $50,945     $53,500   $31,334     $41,230     $42,103     $61,295     $61,507
   % of population in poverty, 2000                    13.6        15.5       37.0       15.0        10.7         6.2        10.2

   % of families (with children under 18
   present) headed by a single parent, 2009            22.1        20.6       27.7       21.7        20.2        21.0        17.9
   % of births covered by Medicaid, 2004-2006          36.2        59.5       37.4       63.5        43.2        33.3        33.1
   % low birthweights, 2004-2006                        6.2         4.9        4.9       14.3         4.3         6.6         5.1
   % of births to a teen (10-17), 2004 - 2006           1.5         4.3        2.0        4.8         1.5         1.7         5.7
   Infant mortality rate (per 1,000 live births),
   2004-2006                                            9.9         0.0        8.5       18.5        15.4         9.7         6.1


   Death rates by selected causes of death (age-adjusted per 100,000 population), 2004-2006
   All cancers                                      267.0      190.3     211.9       102.4          165.7       234.2       196.7
    lung cancer                                        74.1        39.5       81.7       31.1        50.6        60.3        50.4
    breast cancer                                      23.9        26.4       14.0        4.3        10.2        16.1        20.5
    prostate cancer                                    23.8        14.6        7.4        9.3        13.7         9.0        14.5
   Heart disease                                      228.0       188.4     172.5        97.1        98.0       156.7       140.5
   Homicide                                             2.2         0.0        3.8        8.8         0.0         0.0         5.1
   Motor vehicle crashes                               31.3        41.6        6.6       25.4        33.5         7.7        14.3
   Stroke                                              88.7        69.3       56.1       25.4        33.3        41.3        48.2
   Suicide                                              7.4        20.2       14.8       15.8        18.0        17.2        10.9


   Crude infection rates for STDs (cases per 100,000 population), 2008
   Chlamydia                                           213         311        582         227        245         383         341
   Gonorrhea                                             93         90        163          73         85         148          96
   Syphilis                                                 7       10            3           8           0           8           4

   Child maltreatment, incidence rate per
   1,000 0-17 year olds, 2007 (excludes death
   and substance abuse)                                27.5        28.6       67.4       31.1        56.8        26.9        39.0

   Avoidable ED visits (rate per 1,000
   population), 2006-2008                             108.5        94.4     104.4       117.9       107.7        79.1        64.9
   Avoidable discharges among 0-64 years (rate
   per 1,000 0-64 population), 2006-2008               13.1        10.5        8.5       13.6        14.7         8.6         5.8


   Overall Ranking                                           7          8          9         10         11         12         13
   Source: Adapted Methodology: Nancy Hardt, M.D. College of Medicine, University of Florida, U.S. Census Bureau, 2009;
   Florida Department of Health, Office of Vital Statistics; Florida Agency for Health Care Administration, Detailed Hospital
   Discharge Data, 2006-08; www.FloridaCHARTs.com; ESRI Business Solutions, 2006-08.




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   Alachua County Zip Code Report Card, 2009. Continued
                      Zip Code                       32667       32606       32603
   Geographic Abbreviation                          Micanopy       NWG           CG ALACHUA         FLORIDA         USA
   2009 Total population                               5,111      21,198       7,549     247,537 19,021,613 307,006,550
   2009 UF Off-campus students                           136       1,784       6,660      43,138          ----             ----
   2009 Population in poverty                            661       1,525       3,429      56,342    2,380,088     39,108,422

   % without a high school degree (25+ years),
   2000                                                 14.7         3.6         2.0        11.9         20.1             15.8
   Median household income, 2009                     $50,704     $62,610     $17,305     $40,654     $50,413        $50,303
   % of population in poverty, 2000                     12.9         7.2        45.4        22.8         12.5             13.3

   % of families (with children under 18
   present) headed by a single parent, 2009             20.6        17.3        16.7        27.7         23.5             24.8
   % of births covered by Medicaid, 2004-2006           49.4        21.0        20.3        52.2         52.6             36.6
   % low birthweights, 2004-2006                         3.6         4.9         5.1         6.6          5.9              8.3
   % of births to a teen (10-17), 2004 - 2006            1.2         1.0         0.0         1.1          3.5              3.3
   Infant mortality rate (per 1,000 live births),
   2004-2006                                             0.0         7.5         0.0        10.3          7.0              6.8


   Death rates by selected causes of death (age-adjusted per 100,000 population), 2004-2006
   All cancers                                      162.2      171.0       75.7      228.3             197.0           180.7
    lung cancer                                         58.6        27.3         0.0        62.9         57.8             51.5
    breast cancer                                        0.0        19.2         0.0        17.4         13.7             13.2
    prostate cancer                                      9.2         5.1         0.0        13.5         10.0              9.2
   Heart disease                                       111.8       168.3        72.0       175.7       210.5           200.2
   Homicide                                              0.0         1.8        15.8         5.3          7.7              6.2
   Motor vehicle crashes                                14.8        20.6         3.1        18.7         21.3             15.0
   Stroke                                               40.3        53.8         0.0        57.2         42.7             43.6
   Suicide                                              24.7         9.6        23.1        13.9         14.5             10.9


   Crude infection rates for STDs (cases per 100,000 population), 2008
   Chlamydia                                           293         283          238         691          376              401
   Gonorrhea                                              98         75          40         221          124              112
   Syphilis                                                  0           0           0         5              6             5

   Child maltreatment, incidence rate per
   1,000 0-17 year olds, 2007 (excludes death
   and substance abuse)                                  0.0        24.7        11.4         ----         ----             ----

   Avoidable ED visits (rate per 1,000
   population), 2006-2008                               79.6        69.2        30.7       119.6       152.1               ----
   Avoidable discharges among 0-64 years (rate
   per 1,000 0-64 population), 2006-2008                10.3         7.0         3.0
                                                                                            11.5         13.6              ----
   Overall Ranking                                        14           15         16
   Source: Adapted Methodology: Nancy Hardt, M.D. College of Medicine, University of Florida, U.S. Census Bureau,
   2009; Florida Department of Health, Office of Vital Statistics; Florida Agency for Health Care Administration, Detailed
   Hospital Discharge Data, 2006-08; www.FloridaCHARTs.com; ESRI Business Solutions, 2006-08.




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   Aachua County Zip Code Report Card Rankings, 2009.
   Zip Code                                          32641     32609     32694    32669        32601     32607      32615     32618
   Geographic Abbreviation                               EG       NEG    Waldo Newberry           ECG       WG    Alachua     Archer
   2009 Total population                            13,459    20,744      1,996  10,245       20,925    28,782     15,055      9,978
   2009 UF Off-campus students                          563     1,563        53     312         6,835     7,263        564       219
   2009 Population in poverty                         4,269     4,908       310     954         8,595     7,745      2,042     1,550

   % without a high school degree (25+ years),           1          2         4          5        10         14          8         6
   2000
   Median household income, 2009                         3          5         7         10          2         6        12         13
   % of population in poverty, 2000                      4          6         7         14          2         5        10          8

   % of families (with children under 18                 1          3         6         14          2         4          7        10
   present) headed by a single parent, 2009
   % of births covered by Medicaid, 2004-2006            1          2         5         12          4         7        11          6
   % low birthweights, 2004-2006                         2          4         3          5          8         6         9         14
   % of births to a teen (10-17), 2004 - 2006            1          2        11          8          3         7        13          6

   Infant mortality rate (per 1,000 live births),        7          1        13         10          5         4          6        13
   2004-2006

   Death rates by selected causes of death (age-
   adjusted per 100,000 population), 2004-
   2006
   All cancers                                           4         2         11          1         6         12         3          9
    lung cancer                                          5         2          8          1        13         11         4         12
    breast cancer                                        7        12         14          1        10          9         3          2
    prostate cancer                                      3         6          8          1        14          9         2          4
   Heart disease                                         4         6          1          2        12          9         3          5
   Homicide                                              3         4         12          2         9          6        10         12
   Motor vehicle crashes                                 8         7          1          3        10         13         5          2
   Stroke                                                6         9          4          1        11          5         2          3
   Suicide                                              15        13          1          7         4         16        14          5

   Crude infection rates for STDs (cases per
   100,000 population), 2008
   Chlamydia                                             1          2         5          8          4         3        16         10
   Gonorrhea                                             1          2         4         15          5         3        10         11
   Syphilis                                              1          3        11         11          2         9         7          4

   Child maltreatment, incidence rate per                2          1         3          8          7         5        12         11
   1,000 0-17 year olds, 2007 (excludes death
   and substance abuse)

   Avoidable ED visits (rate per 1,000                   1          3         2          6          4         5          8        11
   population), 2006-2008
   Avoidable discharges among 0-64 years (rate           2          3         1          6          5        11          8         9
   per 1,000 0-64 population), 2006-2008

   Sum of Rankings                                         83       100        142      149        152        179       183       186
   Overall Ranking                                          1          2         3         4          5         6          7        8
   Source: Adapted Methodology: Nancy Hardt, M.D. College of Medicine, University of Florida, U.S. Census Bureau, 2009; Florida
   Department of Health, Office of Vital Statistics; Florida Agency for Health Care Administration, Detailed Hospital Discharge Data,
   2006-08; www.FloridaCHARTs.com; ESRI Business Solutions, 2006-08.




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   Alachua County Zip Code Report Card Rankings, 2009. Continued
   Zip Code                                          32608   32640     32643      32653        32605   32667        32606     32603
   Geographic Abbreviation                            SWG Hawthorne High Springs     NG          NCG Micanopy         NWG         CG
   2009 Total population                            38,631  12,330    10,629     12,805       26,066    5,111      21,198      7,549
   2009 UF Off-campus students                      13,387      327       328       873         2,270     136        1,784     6,660
   2009 Population in poverty                       14,296    1,871     1,142       791         2,666     661        1,525     3,429

   % without a high school degree (25+ years),          11          3         6         12        13          9        15         16
   2000
   Median household income, 2009                         4          8         9         14        15         11        16          1
   % of population in poverty, 2000                      3          9        12         16        13         11        15          1

   % of families (with children under 18                 5          8        12          9        13         10        15         16
   present) headed by a single parent, 2009
   % of births covered by Medicaid, 2004-2006           10          3         9         13        14          8        15         16

   % low birthweights, 2004-2006                        12          1        15          7        10         16        12         11
   % of births to a teen (10-17), 2004 - 2006            9          5        12         10         4         14        15         16

   Infant mortality rate (per 1,000 live births),        9          2         3          8        12         13        11         13
   2004-2006

   Death rates by selected causes of death (age-adjusted per 100,000 population), 2004-2006
   All cancers                                          7        15        13         5            8         14        10         16
    lung cancer                                         3        14         9         6           10          7        15         16
    breast cancer                                       8        13        11         6            4         14         5         14
    prostate cancer                                    13        10         7        12            5         11        15         16
   Heart disease                                        7        15        14        10           11         13         8         16
   Homicide                                             8         5        12        12            7         12        11          1
   Motor vehicle crashes                               15         6         4        14           12         11         9         16
   Stroke                                               7        15        14        12           10         13         8         16
   Suicide                                             10         9         6         8           11          2        12          3

   Crude infection rates for STDs (cases per 100,000 population), 2008
   Chlamydia                                             6         15        13          7          9        11        12         14
   Gonorrhea                                             6         14        12          7          9         8        13         16
   Syphilis                                             10          5        11          6          8        11        11         11

   Child maltreatment, incidence rate per                4        10          6         13          9        16        14         15
   1,000 0-17 year olds, 2007 (excludes death
   and substance abuse)

   Avoidable ED visits (rate per 1,000                  10          7         9         13        15         12        14         16
   population), 2006-2008
   Avoidable discharges among 0-64 years (rate          13          7         4         12        15         10        14         16
   per 1,000 0-64 population), 2006-2008

   Sum of Rankings                                        190       199        223      232        237        263       287       292
   Overall Ranking                                          9        10         11       12          13        14         15       16
   Source: Adapted Methodology: Nancy Hardt, M.D. College of Medicine, University of Florida, U.S. Census Bureau, 2009; Florida
   Department of Health, Office of Vital Statistics; Florida Agency for Health Care Administration, Detailed Hospital Discharge Data,
   2006-08; www.FloridaCHARTs.com; ESRI Business Solutions, 2006-08.




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   Needs Assessment Instruments
   Community Telephone Survey Instrument


   The Community Telephone Survey Instrument is presented below. This telephone survey was administered by
   the University of Florida Survey Research Center between the months of October, 2009 and January, 2010.


   Question HELLO
   Hello. My name is ________. I'm calling from the University of Florida on behalf of WellFlorida Council. (This is
   not a sales call.)
   INT: PRESS 1 TO CONTINUE
   (Hello. My name is ________. I'm calling from the University of Florida on behalf of WellFlorida Council. Some
   time ago, we started an interview with someone in your household about the healthcare needs of Alachua
   County residents. Could I speak with that person?) INT: PRESS 1 TO CONTINUE

   Question LANG
   INT: YOU CODED THIS SURVEY AS A *SPANISH* CASE. IF THIS IS NOT CORRECT,
   USE MOUSE TO CLICK ON BACK KEY IN THE LOWER LEFT HAND OF THE SCREEN
   AND RE-CODE THIS CASE CORRECTLY.

   SPANISH VERSION IS NOT READY YET
   PRESS 2 TO AUTOCODE CASE AS "CALLBACK/RESPONDENT NOT SELECTED"
   SCHEDULE A CALLBACK FOR 2 WEEKS

   Question IRB1
   We are trying to assess the healthcare needs of Alachua County residents, and we would like your opinion. But
   first, I need to know if you are 18 years old or older: INT: READ IF NECESSARY
   1 Yes (18 or older)
   2 No (under 18 years old)
   IF IRB1=1 SKIP TO MALE

   Question ADLT
   May I speak to someone 18 years old or older who lives there?
   PRESS 1 IF PERSON PASSES THE PHONE
   PRESS 2 IF ELIGIBLE ADULT IS NOT HOME, ASK FOR A CALLBACK DATE & TIME AND CODE CASE AS "CALLBACK"
   PRESS 3 TO END CALL IF NO ELIGIBLE ADULTS LIVES THERE AND CODE CASE AS "NO ELIGIBLE RESPONDENT"
   IF ADLT=1 SKIP TO HELLO

   Question MALE
   May I please speak with the YOUNGEST MALE age 18 or older who is currently home and lives there?
   PRESS 1 TO CONTINUE WITH YOUNGEST MALE 18+ WHO IS CURRENTLY HOME
   PRESS 2 IF YOUNGEST MALE IS NOT HOME OR NO ADULT MALE LIVES THERE
   PRESS 3 IF PERSON PASSES THE PHONE
   PRESS 4 IF YOUNGEST MALE IS HOME BUT UNAVAILABLE, ASK FOR A CALLBACK DATE & TIME. CODE CASE AS
   "CALLBACK/RESP. NOT SELECTED"
   PRESS 5 IF YOUNGEST MALE OR PERSON REFUSES, OR YOUNGEST MALE IS PHYSICALLY/MENTALLY UNABLE.
   CODE CASE APPROPRIATELY



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   IF MALE=1 SKIP TO HOME
   IF MALE=3 SKIP TO HELLO

   Question FEMALE
   In that case, may I speak with the OLDEST FEMALE age 18 or older who is currently home and lives there?
   PRESS 1 TO CONTINUE WITH OLDEST FEMALE 18+ WHO IS CURRENTLY HOME
   PRESS 2 IF PERSON PASSES THE PHONE
   RESS 3 IF THERE IS NO ADULT AGE 18 OR OLDER AVAILABLE, ASK FOR
   A CALLBACK DATE & TIME. CODE CASE AS "CALLBACK/RESP. NOT SELECTED"
   PRESS 4 IF OLDEST FEMALE OR PERSON REFUSES, OR OLDEST FEMALE IS PHYSICALLY/MENTALLY UNABLE. CODE
   CASE APPROPRIATELY.
   IF FEMALE=2 SKIP TO HELLO

   Question HOME
   Have I reached you on your home phone? PRESS 1 IF YES, HOME PHONE or HOME BASED BUSINESS
   PRESS 2 IF NO, TO END CALL AND CODE CASE APPROPRIATELY

   Question RES
   Do you live in Alachua County?
   INT: IF RESPONDENT IS APPREHENSIVE ABOUT TELLING US WHETHER HE/SHE LIVES IN ALACHUA COUNTY,
   PLEASE REMIND HIM/HER THAT THIS IS JUST FOR ELIGIBILITY PURPOSES AND THAT IT WILL BE KEPT
   CONFIDENTIAL
   INT: READ IF NECESSARY
   1 Yes
   2 No
   -8 Don't know
   -9 Refused
   IF RES=1 SKIP TO ZIPC

   Question NOER
   Thank you very much for your time, but for this survey we are looking to speak with Alachua County residents
   only. I apologize for the inconvenience. Have a nice day.
   INT: PRESS 1 TO AUTOMATICALLY CODE CASE AS "NO ELIGBLE RESPONDENT"

   Question ZIPC
    What is your zip code?
    INT: IF RESPONDENT IS APPREHENSIVE ABOUT GIVING OUT HIS/HER ZIP CODE PLEASE REMIND HIM/HER THAT
   THIS IS JUST FOR ELIGIBILITY PURPOSES AND THAT IT WILL BE KEPT CONFIDENTIAL
    -8 Don't know
   -9 Refused

   Question EXIT2
   I'm sorry, but according to our selection criteria, you are not eligible to participate in this survey. I apologize for
   the inconvenience and hope you have a nice day.
   INT: PRESS 1 TO AUTOMATICALLY CODE CASE AS "NO ELIGBLE RESPONDENT"

   Question DQ




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   I'm sorry, but according to our selection criteria, you are not eligible to participate in this survey. I apologize for
   the inconvenience and hope you have a nice day.
   INT: PRESS 1 TO AUTOMATICALLY CODE CASE AS "NO ELIGBLE RESPONDENT"

   Question INTRO
    (Before we begin, I want to let you know you don't have to participate in the survey if you don't want to. You
   don't have to answer any question you don't want to. Your phone number was selected at random by a
   computer. All of your answers will be confidential. The survey usually takes about 20 minutes. This call may be
   monitored for quality control purposes.
    Do you have any questions before we begin?)
    We would like to begin by asking a couple of general questions about your health and the health of other
   members of your household. When answering these questions, please only include those living in your home.
    INT: PRESS 1 TO CONTINUE

   Question HOUSE
    !!! SURVEY BEGINS !!!
   How would you best describe your household?
   1 One adult living alone
   2 Single parent family without extended family
   3 Single parent with an extended family (grandparents, aunts, uncles, etc.)
   4 Two married adults with or without children without extended family
   5 Two married adults with or without children and with extended family (grandparents, aunts, uncles, etc.)
   6 Two unmarried adults with or without children without extended family
   7 Two unmarried adults with or without children and with extended family (grandparents, aunts, uncles, etc.)
   8 Other (please specify)
   -8 Don't Know
   -9 Refused

   Question HEALTH
    How would you describe your health?
   1 Excellent
   2 Very Good
   3 Good
   4 Fair
   5 Poor
   -8 Don't Know
   -9 Refused

   IF (HOUSE=1) SKIP TO HCARE
   IF (HOUSE=2) SKIP TO HEALTH3
   IF (HOUSE=3) SKIP TO HEALTH3

   Question HEALTH2
   (How would you describe) your spouse/partner's health?
   1 Excellent
   2 Very Good
   3 Good
   4 Fair



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   5 Poor
   6 Not Applicable
   -8 Don't know
   -9 Refused

   Question HEALTH3
   (How would you describe) your children's health?
   INT: IF NECESSARY, REMIND REPONDENT THAT WE ARE ONLY ASKING ABOUT PEOPLE LIVING IN THE SAME
   HOUSEHOLD AS HIM/HER
   INT: READ IF NECESSARY
   1 Excellent
   2 Very Good
   3 Good
   4 Fair
   5 Poor
   6 Not Applicable
   -8 Don't know
   -9 Refused
   IF (HOUSE=2) SKIP TO HEALTH5
   IF (HOUSE=4) SKIP TO HEALTH5
   IF (HOUSE=6) SKIP TO HEALTH5
   Question HEALTH4
    Excluding your spouse/partner and children, how would you describe your extended family's health?
   INT: IF NECESSARY, REMIND REPONDENT THAT WE ARE ONLY ASKING ABOUT PEOPLE LIVING IN THE SAME
   HOUSEHOLD AS HIM/HER
   INT: READ IF NECESSARY
   1 Excellent
   2 Very Good
   3 Good
   4 Fair
   5 Poor
   6 Not Applicable
    -8 Don't know
    -9 Refused

   Question HEALTH5
   Excluding your family members, how would you describe other household members' health?
    INT: IF NECESSARY, REMIND REPONDENT THAT WE ARE ONLY ASKING ABOUT PEOPLE LIVING IN THE SAME
   HOUSEHOLD AS HIM/HER
   INT: READ IF NECESSARY
   1 Excellent
   2 Very Good
   3 Good
   4 Fair
   5 Poor
   6 Not Applicable
   -8 Don't know
   -9 Refused



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   Question HCARE
   Where do you and the members of your household usually go to get routine medical care?
   1 Your family doctor at a private doctor's office or medical clinic which is not Health Department
   2 Your family doctor at the Health Department
   3 Urgent care center
   4 Hospital emergency room
   5 VA/Veteran's Clinic
   6 I/we don't go to get routine medical care
   7 Other (Please specify)
   -8 Don't Know
   -9 Refused

   Question DCARE
   Where do you and the members of your household usually go to get routine dental care?
   1 Family dentist at private dentist's office
   2 Dental clinic at UF/Shands
   3 VA/Veteran's Clinic
   4 We Care Clinic
   5 Community Ministries
   6 I/we don't go to dental care
   7 Other (Please specify)
   -8 Don't Know
   -9 Refused

   Question MCARE
   Where do you and the members of your household usually go to get mental (sometimes called behavioral)
   health care?
   1 A private psychiatrist's or psychologist's office
   2 My family doctor in her/his office
   3 Urgent care center
   4 Mental/behavioral health clinic (e.g. Meridian or Shands Vista)
   5 Hospital emergency room
   6 VA/Veteran's Clinic
   7 I/we don't go to get mental/behavioral health care
   8 Other (Please specify)
   -8 Don't Know
   -9 Refused


   Question HOSPTLER
   How many times during the past year have you or any household member used a hospital emergency room?
   INT: IF RESPONDENT IS NOT SURE, ASK THEM TO ESTIMATE
   (0-50)
   -8 Don't Know
   -9 Refused
   IF (HOSPTLER=0) SKIP TO TRAVEL
   IF (HOSPTLER=-8) SKIP TO TRAVEL



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   IF (HOSPTLER=-9) SKIP TO TRAVEL

   Question WHYER
   What were the reasons for going to the emergency room?
   INT: SELECT ALL THAT APPLY
   Accident or injury
   Couldn't afford to pay for services at a doctor's office or clinic
   Doctor's office or clinic closed (after hours)
   Did not know where else to go
   Have no health insurance
   Have no regular doctor or clinic
   Serious illness
   Other (please, specify)
   DON'T KNOW
   REFUSED

   Question TRAVEL
   How do you and/or your household members usually travel to get to health care services?
   1 In your own car
   2 In a friend or relative's car
   3 By taxi
   4 On foot or bicycle
   5 On public transportation
   6 With a volunteer driver
   7 By ambulance
   8 Other (please, specify)
   -8 Don't Know
   -9 Refused
   Question INFO
   Where do you and your household members most often get advice or information about available health care
   services?
   1 Newspapers, magazines, books
   2 Family or friends
   3 Internet
   4 Religious or spiritual advisor
   5 Health care professional
   6 Social service agency
   7 Telephone hot line (e.g. United Way 211 or hospital Information line)
   8 Other
   -8 Don't Know
   9 Refused
   Question MCCOST
   During the past year, paying for routine medical care costs for you or your household has been:
   1 Very easy
   2 Easy
   3 A little difficult
   4 Very difficult
   5 So difficult I/we did not get care



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   6 Did not need routine medical care
   -8 Don't Know
   -9 Refused
   Question DCCOST
    During the past year, paying for dental care /costs for you or your household has been:
    INT: READ IF NECESSARY
    1 Very easy
   2 Easy
   3 A little difficult
   4 Very difficult
   5 So difficult I/we did not get care
   6 Did not need dental care
   -8 Don't Know
   -9 Refused

   Question BCCOST
   During the past year, paying for mental/behavioral care costs for you or your household has been:
    INT: READ IF NECESSARY
   1 Very easy
   2 Easy
   3 A little difficult
   4 Very difficult
   5 So difficult I/we did not get care
   6 Did not need mental/behavioral care
   -8 Don't Know
   -9 Refused

   Question HCOST
   During the past year, paying for hospital costs for you or your household has been:
   INT: READ IF NECESSARY
   1 Very easy
   2 Easy
   3 A little difficult
   4 Very difficult
   5 So difficult I/we did not get care
   6 Did not need hospital care
   -8 Don't Know
   -9 Refused

   Question INTRO2
   The next few questions are about health insurance or coverage. Again, please answer these questions thinking
   about the members of your household only.
    INT: PRESS 1 TO CONTINUE
   Question INSURE
   Which type(s) of health insurance or coverage do you have?
   INT: SELECT ALL THAT APPLY
   Medical
   Dental



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   Long Term Care
   Other
   None
   DON'T KNOW
   REFUSED
   IF (INSURE=5) SKIP TO PC
   IF (INSURE=6) SKIP TO PC
   IF (INSURE=7) SKIP TO PC

   Question OBTAIN
   How did you obtain your insurance?
   1 Through an employer or spouse/partner's employer
   2 Purchased directly from insurance company (not through employer)
   3 Medicaid
   4 Medicare
   5 CHOICES
   6 Healthy Kids (through school)
   7 Veteran's VA
   8 Other
   -8 Don't Know
   -9 Refused

    Question NOCOVER
   During the past year, was there a time when you were without health insurance?
   INT: READ IF NECESSARY
   1 Yes
   2 No
   -8 Don't Know
   -9 Refused
   IF (NOCOVER=2) SKIP TO INSURES
   IF (NOCOVER=-8) SKIP TO INSURES
   IF (NOCOVER=-9) SKIP TO INSURES

   Question NOCOVRb
    For how many months?
    (1-12)
   -8 Don't Know
   -9 Refused

   SKIP TO INSURES

   Question PC
   Did you have any type of health insurance or coverage in the past year?
   INT: READ IF NECESSARY
   1 Yes
   2 No
   -8 Don't Know -
   9 Refused



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   Question INSURES
    Which type(s) of health insurance or coverage does your spouse/partner have?
    INT: CHOOSE "NOT APPLICABLE" IF RESPONDENT DOESN'T HAVE A SPOUSE OR PARTNER
    INT: READ IF NECESSARY
   Medical
   Dental
   Long Term Care
   Other
   None
   Not applicable
   DON'T KNOW
   REFUSED
    IF ANSWER IN PAST QUESTION “HOUSE”=1 SKIP TO INSUREO
   IF ANSWER IN PAST QUESTION “HOUSE”=2 SKIP TO INSUREC
   IF ANSWER IN PAST QUESTION “HOUSE”=3 SKIP TO INSUREC
   IF (INSURES=5) SKIP TO PCS
   IF (INSURES=6) SKIP TO INSUREC
   IF (INSURES=-8) SKIP TO PCS
   IF (INSURES=-9) SKIP TO PCS

   Question SOBTAIN
   How did your spouse/partner obtain his/her insurance?
    INT: READ IF NECESSARY
   1 Through an employer or spouse/partner's employer
   2 Purchased directly from insurance company (not through employer)
   3 Medicaid
   4 Medicare
   5 CHOICES
   6 Healthy Kids (through school)
   7 Veteran's VA
   8 Other
   -8 Don't Know
   -9 Refused

   Question NOCOVR2
   During the past year, was there a time when your spouse/partner was without health insurance? INT: READ IF
   NECESSARY
   1 Yes
   2 No
   -8 Don't Know
   -9 Refused
   IF (NOCOVR2=2) SKIP TO INSUREC
   IF (NOCOVR2=-8) SKIP TO INSUREC
   IF (NOCOVR2=-9) SKIP TO INSUREC

   Question NOCOVR2b
   For how many months?



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   (1-12)
   -8 Don't Know
   -9 Refused

   SKIP TO INSUREC

   Question PCS
    Did your spouse/partner have any type of health insurance or coverage in the past year?
   INT: READ IF NECESSARY
   1 Yes
   2 No
   -8 Don't Know
   -9 Refused

   Question INSUREC
   Which type(s) of health insurance or coverage do your children have?
   INT: CHOOSE "NOT APPLICABLE" IF RESPONDENT DOESN'T HAVE CHILDREN
   INT: READ IF NECESSARY
   Medical
   Dental Long Term Care
   Other None Not applicable
   DON'T KNOW
   REFUSED
   IF (INSUREC=5) SKIP TO PCC
   IF (INSUREC=6) SKIP TO INSUREF
   IF (INSUREC=7) SKIP TO PCC
   IF (INSUREC=8) SKIP TO PCC

   Question COBTAIN
    How did your children obtain their insurance?
   INT: READ IF NECESSARY
   1 Through an employer or spouse/partner's employer
   2 Purchased directly from insurance company (not through employer)
   3 Medicaid
   4 Medicare
   5 CHOICES
   6 Healthy Kids (through school)
   7 Veteran's VA
   8 Other
   -8 Don't Know
   -9 Refused
   Question NOCOVR3
    During the past year, was there a time when your children were without health insurance?
   INT: READ IF NECESSARY
   1 Yes
   2 No
   -8 Don't Know
   -9 Refused



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   IF (NOCOVR3=2) SKIP TO INSUREF
   IF (NOCOVR3=-8) SKIP TO INSUREF
   IF (NOCOVR3=-9) SKIP TO INSUREF

   Question NOCOVR3b
   For how many months?
   (1-12)
   -8 Don't Know
   -9 Refused

   SKIP TO INSUREF

   Question PCC
   Did your children have any type of health insurance or coverage in the past year?
    INT: READ IF NECESSARY
   1 Yes
   2 No
   -8 Don't Know
   -9 Refused

   Question INSUREF
   Excluding your spouse/partner and children, which type(s) of health insurance or coverage does your extended
   family have?
   INT: CHOOSE "NOT APPLICABLE" IF RESPONDENT DOESN'T HAVE AN EXTENDEND FAMILY
   INT: READ IF NECESSARY
   Medical
   Dental Long Term Care
   Other None Not applicable
   DON'T KNOW
   REFUSED
    IF ANSWER IN PAST QUESTION “HOUSE”=2 SKIP TO INSUREO
   IF ANSWER IN PAST QUESTION “HOUSE”=4 SKIP TO INSUREO
   IF ANSWER IN PAST QUESTION “HOUSE”=6 SKIP TO INSUREO
   IF (INSUREF=5) SKIP TO PCF
   IF (INSUREF=6) SKIP TO INSUREO
   IF (INSUREF=7) SKIP TO PCF
   IF (INSUREF=8) SKIP TO PCF

   Question FOBTAIN
   How did your extended family obtain their insurance?
   INT: READ IF NECESSARY
   1 Through an employer or spouse/partner's employer
   2 Purchased directly from insurance company (not through employer)
   3 Medicaid
   4 Medicare
   5 CHOICES
   6 Healthy Kids (through school)



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   7 Veteran's VA
   8 Other
   -8 Don't Know
   -9 Refused

   Question NOCOVR5
   During the past year, was there a time when your extended family was without health insurance? INT: READ IF
   NECESSARY
   1 Yes
   2 No
   -8 Don't Know
   -9 Refused
   IF (NOCOVR5=2) SKIP TO INSUREO
   IF (NOCOVR5=-8) SKIP TO INSUREO
   IF (NOCOVR5=-9) SKIP TO INSUREO

   Question NOCOVR5b
   For how many months?
   (1-12)
   -8 Don't Know
   -9 Refused

   SKIP TO INSUREO

   Question PCF
   Did your extended family have any type of health insurance or coverage in the past year?
   INT: READ IF NECESSARY
   1 Yes
   2 No
   -8 Don't Know
   -9 Refused

   Question INSUREO
   Excluding your family members, which type(s) of health insurance or coverage do other household members
   have?
   INT: CHOOSE "NOT APPLICABLE" IF RESPONDENT DOESN'T HAVE OTHER HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS
   INT: READ IF NECESSARY
   Medical
   Dental Long Term Care
   Other None Not applicable
   DON'T KNOW
   REFUSED
    IF ANSWER IN PAST QUESTION “HOUSE”=1 SKIP TO TOPICS
   IF (INSUREO=5) SKIP TO PCO
   IF (INSUREO=6) SKIP TO TOPICS
   IF (INSUREO=7) SKIP TO PCO
   IF (INSUREO=8) SKIP TO PCO

   Question OOBTAIN



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   How did the other household members obtain their insurance?
   INT: READ IF NECESSARY
   1 Through an employer or spouse/partner's employer
   2 Purchased directly from insurance company (not through employer)
   3 Medicaid
   4 Medicare
   5 CHOICES
   6 Healthy Kids (through school)
   7 Veteran's VA
   8 Other
   -8 Don't Know
   -9 Refused

   Question NOCOVR4
   During the past year, was there a time when other household members were without health insurance?
   INT: READ IF NECESSARY
   1 Yes
   2 No
   -8 Don't Know
   -9 Refused
   IF (NOCOVR4=2) SKIP TO TOPICS
   IF (NOCOVR4=-8) SKIP TO TOPICS
   IF (NOCOVR4=-9) SKIP TO TOPICS

   Question NOCOVR4b
   For how many months?
   (1-12)
   -8 Don't Know
   -9 Refused

   SKIP TO TOPICS


   Question PCO
   Did the other members of your household have any type of health insurance or coverage in the past year?
   INT: READ IF NECESSARY
   1 Yes
   2 No
   -8 Don't Know
   -9 Refused

   Question TOPICS
    This question lists some topics that could have been a problem for you or someone in your household during
   the past year. On a scale of 1 to 5 with 1 being "not a problem" and 5 being "a major problem", how much of a
   problem was each of the following issues for you or someone in your household during the past year.

   INT: PRESS 1 TO CONTINUE




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   Question TOPIC
   (This question lists some topics that could have been a problem for you or someone in your household during
   the past year. On a scale of 1 to 5 with 1 being "not a problem" and 5 being "a major problem", how much of a
   problem was each of the following issues for you or someone in your household during the past year.)

   Adults with emotional, behavioral or mental health problems
   Children with emotional, behavioral or mental health problems
   Not knowing where to get routine medical care
   Not knowing where to get dental care
   Not knowing where to get behavioral or mental health care
   Not understanding directions from your physician or health care provider
   Not understanding directions for taking prescribed medications
   Getting a doctor
   Getting a dentist
   Getting a mental health care provider
   Getting hospital services
   Affording routine medical, dental or mental health care
   Paying for prescriptions
   Paying for or getting health insurance
   Paying for or getting dental insurance
   Getting transportation to a health care visit or appointment
   Physical conflict in household
   Obtaining prenatal care
   Obtaining care for a newborn
   Sexually transmitted diseases
   Smoking or tobacco use
   Alcohol use
   Drug use
   Weight loss
   Exercise and physical activity
   HIV/AIDS

   (1-5) INT: 1=Not a problem - 5=A major problem
    -8 Don't Know
   -9 Refused
   Question FACTORS
   On a scale from 1 to 5 with 1 being "not important" and 5 being "highly important", how important do you think
   each of these factors
    is in defining a "healthy community"?
   INT: PRESS 1 TO CONTINUE
   Question FACTOR
   (On a scale from 1 to 5 with 1 being "not important" and 5 being "highly important", how important do you
   think each of these factors
    is in defining a "healthy community"?)

   Community involvement by residents
   Low crime/safe neighborhoods
   Low level of child abuse



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   Good schools
   Access to doctors
   Access to hospital services
   Access to health insurance
   A strong Health Department
   Parks and recreation
   Clean environment
   Access to social services
   Affordable housing
   Employers offering health insurance
   Tolerance for diversity
   Good jobs and healthy economy
   Strong family life
   Business community leadership on health issues
   Healthy behaviors and lifestyles
   Low death and disease rates
   Religious or spiritual values
   Arts and cultural events
   Local government leadership on health issues

   (1-5) INT: 1=Not important - 5=Highly important -8 Don't Know -9 Refused
   Question FACTORSb
   Of those we just mentioned, what are the three MOST IMPORTANT factors that define a "Healthy Community"?
   INT: READ IF NECESSARY
   Community involvement by residents
   Low crime/safe neighborhoods
   Low level of child abuse
   Good schools
   Access to doctors
   Access to hospital services
   Access to health insurance
   A strong Health Department
   Parks and recreation
   Clean environment
   Access to social services
   Affordable housing
   Employers offering health insurance
   Business community leadership on health issues
   Local government leadership on health issues
   Tolerance for diversity
   Good jobs and healthy economy
   Strong family life
   Healthy behaviors and lifestyles
   Low death and disease rates
   Religious or spiritual values
   Arts and cultural events
   DON'T KNOW
   REFUSED



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   Question ITEMS
   On a scale from 1 to 5 with 1 being "not a problem" and 5 being "a major problem", please determine the extent
   to which each of these things may be a health problem for the community.

   PRESS 1 TO CONTINUE

   Question ITEM
   (On a scale from 1 to 5 with 1 being "not a problem" and 5 being "a major problem", please determine the
   extent to which each of these things may be a health problem for the community.)
   Motor vehicle crashes
   Rape/sexual assault
   Mental health issues
   Homicide/murder
   Child abuse/neglect
   Suicide
   Teen pregnancy
   Underage use of alcohol
   Domestic violence
   Fire-arm related injuries
   Hunger
   Sexually transmitted diseases (HIV, other STDs)
   Infectious diseases (hepatitis, TB, etc.)
   Poor diet and nutrition
   Physical inactivity
   Obesity
   Alcohol and other drug abuse
   Lack of access to health care
   Supply of health care providers and services
   Tobacco use
   Homelessness
   Chronic diseases (e.g. cancer, diabetes, etc.)
   Aging problems (e.g. arthritis, vision loss, etc.)
   Disparities in health outcomes among races and ethnic groups

   (1-5) INT: 1=Not a problem - 5=A major problem -8 Don't Know -9 Refused

   Question ITEMSb
   Of those we just mentioned, what are the three MOST IMPORTANT health problems in the community?
   INT: READ IF NECESSARY
   Motor vehicle crashes                                Poor diet and nutrition
   Rape/sexual assault                                  Physical inactivity
   Mental health issues                                 Obesity
   Homicide/murder                                      Alcohol and other drug abuse
   Child abuse/neglect                                  Lack of access to health care
   Suicide                                              Tobacco use
   Teen pregnancy                                       Homelessness
   Underage use of alcohol                              DON'T KNOW
   Domestic violence                                    REFUSED



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   Fire-arm related injuries Hunger
   Sexually transmitted diseases (HIV, other STDs)
   Infectious diseases (hepatitis, TB, etc.) Supply of health care providers and services
   Chronic diseases (e.g. cancer, diabetes, etc.)
   Aging problems (e.g. arthritis, vision loss, etc.)
   Disparities in health outcomes among races and ethnic groups

   Question ISSUES
   On a scale from 1 to 5 with 1 being "not a problem" and 5 being "a major problem", please determine the
   extent to which each of these things are safety issues for the community.

   INT: PRESS 1 TO CONTINUE

   Question ISSUE
   (On a scale from 1 to 5 with 1 being "not a problem" and 5 being "a major problem", please determine the
   extent to which each of these things are safety issues for the community.)

   Unsafe driving
   Alcohol and drug abuse
   Racism and intolerance
   Not using seat belts, safety seats and helmets
   Unsafe/unprotected sex
   Unsafe road/sidewalk conditions
   Underage use of alcohol
   Access to firearms by children
   Manufacturing of drugs like methamphetammines (meth-am-FET-a-meen)
   Growing marijuana
   School violence
   Child abuse and neglect
   Domestic violence
   Gang-related activity

   (1-5) INT: 1=Not a problem - 5=A major problem
    -8 Don't Know
   -9 Refused

   Question ISSUESb
   Of those we just mentioned, what are the three MOST IMPORTANT safety issues in the community?
   INT: READ IF NECESSARY

   Unsafe driving Alcohol and drug abuse
   Racism and intolerance
   Not using seat belts, safety seats and helmets
   Unsafe/unprotected sex
   Unsafe road/sidewalk conditions
   Underage use of alcohol
   Access to firearms by children
   Manufacturing of drugs like Methamphetammines ((meth-am-FET-a-meens)



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   Growing marijuana
   School violence
   Child abuse and neglect
   Domestic violence
   Gang-related activity
   DON'T KNOW
   REFUSED

   Question DEMO
   To conclude the interview, we would like to ask you a couple of background questions about you and your
   family. The answers you give
   us will only be used for statistical purposes.
   INT: PRESS 1 TO CONTINUE

   Question AGE
   What is your age?
   INT: ENTER AGE IN YEARS (18 - 110)
   -9 Refused

   Question RACE
   What is your race?

   INT: READ IF NECESSARY

   White/Caucasian
   Black/African American
   Native American
   Asian/Pacific Islander
   Multiracial Other (please specify)
   DON'T KNOW
   REFUSED
   Question HISP
   Are you of Hispanic origin?
   INT: READ IF NECESSARY

   1 Yes (hispanic)
   2 No (not hispanic)
   -8 Don't Know
   -9 Refused

   Question SCHOOL
   What is the highest level of schooling you have completed?
   INT: READ IF NECESSARY

   Less than high school graduate
   High school graduate or GED
   Some college




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   Associate degree
   Bachelors
   Graduate degree in college (e.g. MS, PhD, MD, etc.)
   Other
   DON'T KNOW
   REFUSED

   Question TMEMBERS
    How many persons including yourself live in your household?
   INT: READ IF NECESSARY

   11
   22
   33
   44
   55
   66
   7 7 or more
   -8 Don't know
   -9 Refused

   Question CMEMBRS
    How many children age 17 or younger live in your household?
   INT: READ IF NECESSARY
   0 None
   11
   22
   33
   44
   55
   66
   7 7 or more
   -8 Don't know
   -9 Refused

   IF (HOUSE=1) SKIP TO AMEMBRS

   Question AMEMBRS
    How many adults between the ages of 18-54 live in your household? Include yourself only if you are in this age
   range.
    INT: READ IF NECESSARY

   0 None
   11
   22
   33
   4 4 or more
   -8 Don't Know



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   -9 Refused

   Question AMEMBRS2
   How many adults between the ages of 55-64 live in your household? Include yourself only if you are in this age
   range.
    INT: READ IF NECESSARY
   0 None
   11
   22
   33
   4 4 or more
   -8 Don't Know
   -9 Refused

   Question AMEMBRS3
   How many adults of the ages 65 and older live in your household? Include yourself only if you are in this age
   range.
    INT: READ IF NECESSARY

   0 None
   11
   22
   33
   4 4 or more
   -8 Don't Know
   -9 Refused

   Question INCOME
   What is your annual household income (i.e. the total income for everyone in your household)?
   INT: PLEASE READ CHOICES UNTIL RESPONDENT INDICATES APPROPRIATE INCOME RANGE

   1 Less than $20,000
   2 $20,000 to $29,999
   3 $30,000 to $39,999
   4 $40,000 to $49,999
   5 $50,000 to $79,999
   6 $80,000 or greater
   -8 Don't Know
   -9 Refused

   Question END
   That concludes the interview. Thank you so much for your time.
   PRESS G TO AUTOCODE THE CASE AS "COMPLETE"




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   Focus Group Screening Tool


   [WellFlorida Staff]: I would just like to ask you a few questions now. This will help me see which group you fit
   into. Is that alright?

   [WellFlorida Staff]: Do you live in Alachua county?



                  [Caller]: YES                                                      [Caller]: NO


                                                                [WellFlorida Staff]: Thank you for your interest, but
                                                                we are looking for individuals who live in Alachua
                                                                county. [END CALL]

   [WellFlorida Staff]: What is your permanent physical address in Alachua county?



                  [Caller]: Some physical address
                                                                   [Caller]: NO, do not have a permanent address


                                                                [WellFlorida Staff]: Thank you for your interest. I
                                                                cannot register you at this time. However, we are
                                                                conducting a group discussion with homeless
                                                                individuals after October 15th. Please contact Jeff at
                                                                352.313.6500 x 115 after Oct 15 to register for this
                                                                group. [END CALL]

   [WellFlorida Staff]: Are you enrolled in CHOICES health services program? ( prompt-offered by the Alachua
   County Board of Commissioners)
                        [Caller]: YES                                               [Caller]: No



                                                                               [GO ON TO AGE QUESTION]
   [WellFlorida Staff]: Offer participation in CHOICES group.

   [WellFlorida Staff]: How old are you?                              [WellFlorida Staff]: How old are you?


                   [Caller]: 18- 24 years                                         [Caller]: 25 and above




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   [WellFlorida Staff]: Are you a student?


              [Caller]: YES       [Caller]: NO


     [WellFlorida Staff]:         [WellFlorida Staff]:
    Recruit for Student 18-          Recruit for
         24 year old              NON-Student 18- 24
                                       year old

                     [WellFlorida Staff]: Do you have any children who attend school grades K-12?


                       [Caller]: YES*                                                  [Caller]: NO



   [WellFlorida Staff]: Where do you live?

                                                                             [Caller]: Gainesville
                           [Caller]:

       1.   Alachua                    9.    Micanopy
       2.   Archer                     10.   Newberry                [WellFlorida Staff]: What part of Gainesville do
       3.   Cross Creek                11.   Rochelle                you live in? :
       4.   Hague                      12.   Santa Fe                   I.    SW
       5.   Hawthorne                  13.   Traxler                   II.    NW
       6.   High Springs               14.   Waldo                    III.    SE
       7.   LaCrosse                   15.   Windsor                  IV.     NE
       8.   Melrose



   [WellFlorida Staff]: Are they available for Rural focus       [WellFlorida Staff]: Are they available for Urban
   group?                                                        focus group?




   [Caller]: NO                                                                                  [Caller]: YES


                                                            [WellFlorida Staff]: Recruit for Urban/ Rural focus group.
    [WellFlorida Staff]: Recruit for parental focus group.
   *For individuals with children in ages k-12, offer both choices (i) Urban/ Rural group (ii) Parental group




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   Focus Group Consent Form

   You are being asked to participate in a focus group conducted by the WellFlorida Council, Inc. The
   purpose of the group is to discuss the health and health care needs of Alachua county residents.
   You will be asked to share your experiences with using healthcare services in Alachua County and
   your opinion about things such as what is important for staying healthy. You were asked to
   participate because you live in Alachua County.

   Some of the risks you may expect during the discussion are the feeling that you haven’t thought
   through some of the questions enough to provide answers, feeling as if you don’t have the “right”
   answer or the questions could make you sad or upset. On the other hand, some of the benefits that
   you may expect from participating in this discussion are: the opportunity to tell your point-of-view
   on the subject and to think about your role in finding a solution to the issues of healthcare in our
   community.

   If you decide to join the discussion, here are some things you should know:

      Your participation is completely voluntary. You may choose to leave the discussion group at any
      time or not answer a question.

      Your name will not be used in any reports about this discussion group. With your permission,
      the discussion will be tape recorded so that when we write our report we can make sure we
      understand everything that was said. All information will be identified with a number and
      stored in locked file cabinet. While all the information in the discussion is confidential, if cases
      of abuse are detected, these must be reported to the proper authorities.
      At the end of the group, you will receive a $20 Wal-Mart Gift Card to thank you for your time.
      The discussion will last approximately 1 ½ hours.

   If, at any time, you have any questions about this discussion or further information you would like
   to add, you may contact Kim Gokhale at 352-313-6500 extension: 127.

   You may keep a copy of the informed consent.

   Your signature below indicates that you agree to be in the discussion and we talked with you
   about the information in this document and answered all your questions.


   Print your name: _____________________________ Date: ______________________


   Signature: __________________________________ Witness: ___________________




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   Focus Group Demographic Survey

      1. What is your age?
         _______________ Years

      2. Are you currently homeless?
             a. Yes
             b. No
                                PLEASE CIRCLE THE BEST ANSWER TO EACH QUESTION BELOW

      3. What is the highest level of education you have completed?
           a. Less than high school                                      e.   4- year College Degree (Bachelors)
           b. High School/ GED                                           f.   Masters Degree
           c. Some College                                               g.   Doctoral Degree
           d. 2-Year College Degree (Associates)                         h.   Professional Degree (MD, JD)

      4. Which of these best describes your race/ ethnicity?
            a. White                                                     e.   Pacific Islander
            b. Black/ African American                                   f.   Asian
            c. American Indian/ Alaska Native                            g.   Two or more races
            d. Hispanic/ Spanish/ Latino Origin                          h.   Other _______________________

      5. Which of these best describes your gender?
            a. Male                                                      c. Transgender
            b. Female                                                    d. Other ________

      6. During the past 12 months was there a time when you had NO health insurance or health coverage
         plan for yourself?
             a. Yes
             b. No

      7. Do you have any children?
             a. Yes
             b. No                                      END OF SURVEY

      8. During the past 12 months was there a time when you had NO health insurance or health coverage
         plan for your child?
             a. Yes
             b. No

                                                 END OF SURVEY



   THANK YOU!!!




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   Focus Group Facilitative Question Guide

   “Good evening. I would like to welcome you and thank you for taking the time to join our discussion on health
   and health care in Alachua County.

   My name is Kim Gokhale and I represent the WellFlorida Council. Assisting me this evening is Terry Lin/
   Antoinette Ayers. WellFlorida Council is partnering with the Alachua County Health Department and other
   leading healthcare providers in the county including Shands healthcare, North Florida Regional Hospital, Palms
   Medical Group, and CHOICES Health Services to conduct this study. We are attempting to gain information from
   people who live in Alachua County about their health and health care needs- something you or your family
   needs to stay healthy or to stop from being sick or hurt. We have invited people here, like yourself, from
   throughout the county to share thoughts and experiences.

   You were selected to participate in this session because you all have certain things in common that are of
   particular interest to us. We are extremely interested in hearing from you because it will help us to understand
   what you think are factors influencing an individual’s health and what our county’s most important health needs
   are. You represent the community members. Remember, there is no right or wrong answers. Each of you has
   different points of view to offer and we are would like to hear each one of them. So, please feel free to share
   your points of view, even if they differ from what others say.

   Before we begin, let me remind you of some ground rules.

   Please speak up and only one person should talk at a time. Please wait your turn.

   I want to assure you that what you say in this group will remain confidential. Though, we will be on a first name
   basis while we are here, your names will not be attached to any of your comments when we are generating our
   report findings. I also want to ask you to respect the confidentiality of others in this group as well. What is
   shared in here must remain in here.

   We are making an audio recording of this session because we do not want to miss any of your comments. If
   several people are talking at the same time, we will not be able to understand the recording and will lose
   valuable information.

   Keep in mind we are interested in both negative and positive comments; comments about programs that are
   already being conducted and ones that you would like to see established in the county. Both negative and
   positive, those related to what is and what should be, will be helpful to us. We may differ in our opinions and
   may not agree on everything but please be respectful of others’ opinions.

   Our session will last about an hour and a half. We will not be taking any formal breaks during the session, but if
   you need to go to the restroom or would like to grab some additional snacks, please feel free to do so. If you
   have a cell phone, please turn them off or put them on vibrate. If you must answer the phone, please do so
   outside and return as quickly as you can.

   Are there any questions about what we’re doing today?

   (Participants may ask about incentive payments. Inform them that incentives will be distributed at the
   conclusion of the discussion group.)




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   Review Consent and demographic form.

   If there are no additional questions, we’ll begin. You will notice that we have placed name stickers on the table
   in front of you. If each of you can write your name and stick them on your right shoulder, it will help us
   remember each other’s names. Let’s find out some more about each other by going around the room one at a
   time. Please tell us your first name and how long you have lived in Alachua County? (Go around the room)

   Now that we have heard from each of you, I would like to ask some questions for anyone to answer. Please, I
   ask you to remember to talk one at a time because each one of you have important things to say and we want to
   make sure that we hear what you have to say. There are not right or wrong answers; we only want to hear your
   comments.

  Let’s suppose I am new to the community, and I need some Medical Care (remind of definition: Medical Care -
  is when you or your family receive help or services while you are sick or hurt or to help you from getting sick or
  hurt), where would you suggest I go?


  Where would you suggest I not go?

  Considering your own experiences, what are some things that have helped improve or maintain the health of
  you or your family? (List on flip chart)

  What are problems/difficulties do you see in maintaining or improving you or your family’s health? (List on flip
  chart) PROBE: Was dental or behavioral health mentioned? If not, you may want to ask specifically about
  dental and behavioral health needs.

  In order to improve your family’s health, what do you need, or what is missing that would assist you? (List on
  flip chart)

  What barriers, if any, do you see with obtaining medical care needs?

  Looking at our community as a whole, would you add anything else to this list?

  Overall, what would you say is the most important health need (remind of definition of health need-is
  something you or your family needs to purchase to stay healthy or to stop from being sick or hurt. Examples
  might be health insurance, medicines, transportation to a doctor’s visit) we have just come up with? If each of
  you will tell what you think is most important, I will put a check mark by it.

  If you were in charge what would be the MOST important thing you would do to address this medical care
  need?

  What community groups can work together to address these health needs?

  How should these community groups work together?




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  What do you feel your role should be in helping the community address its health needs? Are there any other
  issues you would like to discuss?



   Our discussion today was to help us understand how the community feels on the health needs in Alachua
   County. I really appreciate your participation. Please look out for an announcement for a community visioning
   event in January of 2010. All community members will be invited to prioritize the most pressing issues facing the
   community and identify possible initiatives and community activities that could address those issues. We will be
   happy to see you there. Please sign this sheet if you would like to receive a gift card.




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   Structured (Key) Interview Guide

   This interview will take about 30 minutes to complete and is being recorded for note-taking purposes. When
   reporting the information, your responses will be used for statistical purposes only and will not in any way be
   identified with you. Do you have any questions/ or concerns? May I begin asking some questions? Thank you.
   Please feel free to interrupt me if you have a question later during this interview.

       1. How long have you lived and/or worked in Alachua County? On a scale of 1-10 (1 being
          low knowledge), how knowledgeable do you feel you are about health issues in Alachua
          County?
       2. What do you think are some of the essential components of health care services in a
          community like Alachua County? (Prompt: What kinds of services/programs/facilities do
          you think are necessary for a good system of health care for county residents?)

       3. What do you think are the most important health issues that affect Alachua County?
          (Prompt: you may want to consider separate issues for children, adolescents, and adults
          and you may want to have them consider separate issues for residents, visitors and
          businesses.)
       4. Comment on the types of services that you believe are important for addressing these
          issues. (Prompt: Please identify any programs you know of that are targeting or should
          target the issues you identified and indicate whether there are enough services to meet the
          needs and whether the services are accessible to all who need them.)

       5. Now, I am going to name some specific types of services and ask you to share any
            impressions you have about them, particularly anything you know about how these
           services are available to all persons in Alachua and whether there are any obstacles to
           receiving these types of services:
            a.     Primary care (basic and routine services that most people use most often)
            b.     Dental care
            c.     Specialty care
            d.     Mental health
            e.     Hospital care
            f.     Other services?
       6. Of all the issues and services we have discussed, which do you think is the most
           important health care issue?
       7. What actions are necessary to address this issue?
       8. Who should take responsibility for addressing this issue?
       9. What responsibility do you feel you have personally when it comes to the health of the
            community in Alachua County?
       10. Do you have any additional comments you would like to share about health care needs in
           Alachua County?
       11. It is important that we understand any affiliations you have with health care providers in
           the community that may have helped form your opinions about these issues. Do you
           serve on any boards or participate in any organization that delivers health care services?




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