2012-2016 N.C. LIVE BIRTHS BY COUNTY OF RESIDENCE: NUMBER
WITH INTERVAL FROM LAST DELIVERY TO CONCEPTION OF SIX MONTHS
OR LESS AND PERCENT OF ALL BIRTHS EXCLUDING 1ST PREGNANCIES
**INDICATOR OF NEED FOR FAMILY PLANNING SERVICES**

RESIDENCE SHORT
INTERVAL
BIRTHS
PERCENT
SHORT
INTERVAL
NORTH CAROLINA 48,786 12.2
ALAMANCE 632 10.7
ALEXANDER 163 13.8
ALLEGHANY 43 13.9
ANSON 130 15.4
ASHE 115 14.7
AVERY 56 12.5
BEAUFORT 189 11.5
BERTIE 82 14.7
BLADEN 149 12.6
BRUNSWICK 429 12.6
BUNCOMBE 632 7.8
BURKE 371 12.7
CABARRUS 1,026 12.6
CALDWELL 351 13.3
CAMDEN 42 13.3
CARTERET 264 13.1
CASWELL 64 9.3
CATAWBA 852 14.0
CHATHAM 233 10.6
CHEROKEE 98 14.5
CHOWAN 72 15.2
CLAY 28 11.4
CLEVELAND 471 13.5
COLUMBUS 248 12.2
CRAVEN 641 13.1
CUMBERLAND 2,430 13.4
CURRITUCK 86 10.7
DARE 95 8.5
DAVIDSON 802 13.6
DAVIE 133 10.0
DUPLIN 298 11.0
DURHAM 1,722 12.2
EDGECOMBE 357 16.6
FORSYTH 1,413 9.3
FRANKLIN 343 14.4
GASTON 1,187 14.0
GATES 39 10.3
GRAHAM 41 14.1
GRANVILLE 221 11.9
GREENE 112 15.2
GUILFORD 2,006 9.6
HALIFAX 265 13.5
HARNETT 726 11.2
HAYWOOD 225 12.6
HENDERSON 299 8.5
HERTFORD 131 16.0
HOKE 373 11.6
HYDE 18 10.8
IREDELL 782 13.0
JACKSON 165 13.1
JOHNSTON 982 12.6
JONES 43 13.7
LEE 264 9.6
LENOIR 343 14.5
LINCOLN 329 12.7
MCDOWELL 159 10.7
MACON 140 12.1
MADISON 62 9.9
MARTIN 121 14.5
MECKLENBURG 5,555 11.9
MITCHELL 62 13.6
MONTGOMERY 141 13.0
MOORE 448 13.0
NASH 581 15.7
NEW HANOVER 929 12.4
NORTHAMPTON 92 14.5
ONSLOW 1,429 11.9
ORANGE 515 12.3
PAMLICO 28 9.1
PASQUOTANK 191 11.3
PENDER 245 11.6
PERQUIMANS 51 12.5
PERSON 177 12.8
PITT 1,064 15.0
POLK 52 11.0
RANDOLPH 687 12.5
RICHMOND 260 14.5
ROBESON 726 11.3
ROCKINGHAM 338 10.8
ROWAN 754 14.0
RUTHERFORD 316 14.2
SAMPSON 359 12.2
SCOTLAND 185 12.2
STANLY 335 14.6
STOKES 129 9.9
SURRY 303 12.0
SWAIN 114 16.7
TRANSYLVANIA 76 8.9
TYRRELL 17 10.7
UNION 942 11.2
VANCE 254 13.2
WAKE 5,136 12.1
WARREN 91 15.0
WASHINGTON 71 16.4
WATAUGA 121 10.5
WAYNE 916 15.4
WILKES 343 14.7
WILSON 456 14.1
YADKIN 141 11.0
YANCEY 63 11.6

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