2012-2016 N.C. LIVE BIRTHS WITH AGE OF MOTHER 30 OR MORE
BY COUNTY OF RESIDENCE: NUMBER AT RISK DUE TO HIGH PARITY
AND PERCENT OF ALL BIRTHS WITH AGE OF MOTHER 30 OR MORE
**INDICATOR OF NEED FOR FAMILY PLANNING SERVICES**

RESIDENCE HIGH
PARITY
BIRTHS
PERCENT
HIGH
PARITY
NORTH CAROLINA 52,363 22.0
ALAMANCE 774 23.3
ALEXANDER 110 19.3
ALLEGHANY 29 20.7
ANSON 72 23.5
ASHE 80 20.0
AVERY 62 23.8
BEAUFORT 197 26.2
BERTIE 44 19.0
BLADEN 108 21.6
BRUNSWICK 408 20.4
BUNCOMBE 1,274 21.0
BURKE 260 21.1
CABARRUS 1,107 21.4
CALDWELL 223 21.9
CAMDEN 32 17.7
CARTERET 221 18.1
CASWELL 84 26.3
CATAWBA 641 22.3
CHATHAM 398 25.0
CHEROKEE 69 21.8
CHOWAN 36 18.8
CLAY 21 14.8
CLEVELAND 314 21.9
COLUMBUS 165 21.9
CRAVEN 419 20.0
CUMBERLAND 1,876 24.0
CURRITUCK 87 17.6
DARE 205 23.6
DAVIDSON 577 21.6
DAVIE 154 21.1
DUPLIN 302 25.9
DURHAM 2,422 22.1
EDGECOMBE 223 30.7
FORSYTH 2,001 21.6
FRANKLIN 340 27.1
GASTON 931 22.6
GATES 40 24.8
GRAHAM 13 15.1
GRANVILLE 291 27.2
GREENE 99 31.0
GUILFORD 2,961 23.2
HALIFAX 163 22.3
HARNETT 789 23.7
HAYWOOD 166 18.5
HENDERSON 415 20.4
HERTFORD 80 24.8
HOKE 354 22.6
HYDE 28 30.8
IREDELL 702 19.7
JACKSON 130 21.4
JOHNSTON 1,000 22.0
JONES 43 31.2
LEE 344 25.6
LENOIR 263 28.7
LINCOLN 294 22.0
MCDOWELL 147 23.1
MACON 106 20.2
MADISON 66 20.9
MARTIN 87 26.2
MECKLENBURG 7,766 21.2
MITCHELL 38 19.2
MONTGOMERY 119 28.3
MOORE 540 23.6
NASH 463 27.3
NEW HANOVER 1,104 20.1
NORTHAMPTON 60 28.3
ONSLOW 821 17.4
ORANGE 757 20.6
PAMLICO 38 25.0
PASQUOTANK 181 21.8
PENDER 282 22.5
PERQUIMANS 34 18.4
PERSON 152 23.8
PITT 856 21.6
POLK 60 25.2
RANDOLPH 581 23.1
RICHMOND 168 26.3
ROBESON 586 25.6
ROCKINGHAM 335 23.8
ROWAN 526 21.7
RUTHERFORD 231 25.1
SAMPSON 296 22.4
SCOTLAND 98 20.3
STANLY 186 19.4
STOKES 129 20.6
SURRY 253 22.1
SWAIN 72 29.8
TRANSYLVANIA 110 22.9
TYRRELL 20 26.0
UNION 1,317 23.3
VANCE 235 32.6
WAKE 7,427 20.7
WARREN 69 27.4
WASHINGTON 45 32.1
WATAUGA 188 21.7
WAYNE 615 23.6
WILKES 237 24.1
WILSON 340 23.8
YADKIN 131 22.1
YANCEY 50 21.0

PREPARED BY NC-DHHS STATE CENTER FOR HEALTH STATISTICS
NOTE: RATES BASED ON SMALL NUMBERS (FEWER THAN 20 CASES)
ARE UNSTABLE AND SHOULD BE INTERPRETED WITH CAUTION