2009-2013 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 48,339 21.7
ALAMANCE 719 23.3
ALEXANDER 121 22.5
ALLEGHANY 25 18.2
ANSON 73 21.6
ASHE 78 21.0
AVERY 48 20.1
BEAUFORT 195 25.0
BERTIE 49 23.0
BLADEN 94 19.1
BRUNSWICK 374 20.2
BUNCOMBE 1,090 20.1
BURKE 219 19.6
CABARRUS 973 20.6
CALDWELL 212 21.4
CAMDEN 41 22.0
CARTERET 213 19.3
CASWELL 70 23.6
CATAWBA 606 21.2
CHATHAM 347 23.4
CHEROKEE 53 17.8
CHOWAN 40 18.2
CLAY 27 19.1
CLEVELAND 344 24.2
COLUMBUS 182 23.5
CRAVEN 396 19.8
CUMBERLAND 1,749 24.2
CURRITUCK 72 18.4
DARE 181 22.0
DAVIDSON 592 22.2
DAVIE 165 22.6
DUPLIN 250 23.3
DURHAM 2,212 21.8
EDGECOMBE 192 26.2
FORSYTH 1,912 21.9
FRANKLIN 297 26.1
GASTON 820 21.1
GATES 33 22.6
GRAHAM 15 19.2
GRANVILLE 273 25.6
GREENE 84 27.0
GUILFORD 2,730 22.4
HALIFAX 142 21.4
HARNETT 633 22.1
HAYWOOD 159 20.4
HENDERSON 388 20.0
HERTFORD 76 25.3
HOKE 250 18.9
HYDE 36 33.3
IREDELL 718 21.3
JACKSON 102 17.7
JOHNSTON 927 21.6
JONES 31 25.4
LEE 294 22.9
LENOIR 247 28.8
LINCOLN 284 21.0
MCDOWELL 141 23.0
MACON 90 20.5
MADISON 71 23.9
MARTIN 78 24.8
MECKLENBURG 7,072 21.1
MITCHELL 41 20.6
MONTGOMERY 113 26.5
MOORE 433 23.0
NASH 447 25.7
NEW HANOVER 1,012 20.2
NORTHAMPTON 52 28.6
ONSLOW 688 16.9
ORANGE 755 20.7
PAMLICO 33 24.3
PASQUOTANK 156 20.7
PENDER 228 20.7
PERQUIMANS 30 17.2
PERSON 156 25.5
PITT 820 21.9
POLK 64 28.2
RANDOLPH 563 22.9
RICHMOND 150 23.8
ROBESON 557 25.4
ROCKINGHAM 335 24.6
ROWAN 484 21.1
RUTHERFORD 217 23.6
SAMPSON 308 23.7
SCOTLAND 106 23.2
STANLY 155 17.7
STOKES 118 19.4
SURRY 268 23.4
SWAIN 48 21.8
TRANSYLVANIA 87 20.0
TYRRELL 16 23.2
UNION 1,250 23.0
VANCE 199 29.7
WAKE 7,064 20.8
WARREN 66 26.7
WASHINGTON 38 25.9
WATAUGA 155 20.6
WAYNE 511 22.9
WILKES 205 22.8
WILSON 324 23.9
YADKIN 143 22.7
YANCEY 39 17.3

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