Error processing SSI file

North Carolina Health Statistics Pocket Guide - 1999

Table 7 - Demographic, Economic, and Health Resources Data

County 1998 - Percent of Births to: Medicaid (State Fiscal Year 1998-1999)9
Medicaid Mothers6 Health Department Mothers7 WIC Mothers8 Percent of Total Population Enrolled Per Capita Expenditure Expenditure per Medicaid Enrollee
North Carolina 41.8 19.1 41.1 15.6 $552 $3,542
Alamance 46.7 28.4 42.3 12.6 506 4,027
Alexander 43.7 11.3 39.2 13.0 424 3,254
Alleghany 49.1 17.3 51.8 15.8 773 4,885
Anson 61.7 31.6 65.5 27.0 1,044 3,875
Ashe 54.9 16.5 59.1 18.4 845 4,594
Avery 48.3 12.2 54.7 17.6 916 5,198
Beaufort 60.1 29.3 53.0 22.3 857 3,850
Bertie 67.9 30.0 73.3 31.6 1,118 3,538
Bladen 64.1 31.0 55.3 28.8 1,093 3,792
Brunswick 56.9 28.9 50.3 18.0 585 3,246
Buncombe 50.7 14.8 43.1 15.2 607 3,983
Burke 51.2 39.4 46.7 15.2 640 4,202
Cabarrus 35.7 15.8 30.5 11.3 475 4,200
Caldwell 51.0 26.4 46.7 14.9 585 3,937
Camden 32.5 17.5 22.5 14.8 555 3,761
Carteret 51.2 7.5 46.1 12.7 527 4,142
Caswell 44.7 20.6 47.8 17.8 690 3,888
Catawba 41.9 27.4 36.3 13.0 436 3,360
Chatham 38.7 15.8 28.3 11.2 462 4,115
Cherokee 55.9 10.3 58.2 21.6 918 4,250
Chowan 55.1 33.5 53.4 23.7 885 3,741
Clay 30.3 1.5 51.5 16.8 724 4,321
Cleveland 50.1 43.7 51.1 17.8 664 3,733
Columbus 42.3 44.2 60.4 29.9 1,134 3,789
Craven 36.5 11.3 53.2 16.1 553 3,445
Cumberland 34.7 12.9 47.6 16.2 443 2,729
Currituck 29.9 15.5 26.7 13.4 409 3,045
Dare 25.0 14.1 16.7 9.5 386 4,059
Davidson 43.6 18.8 38.5 13.3 451 3,393
Davie 34.3 16.3 36.3 10.7 442 4,125
Duplin 66.8 25.2 55.2 23.7 788 3,327
Durham 37.0 18.8 33.4 14.6 532 3,649
Edgecombe 72.2 46.2 62.6 31.4 967 3,082
Forsyth 41.4 4.1 34.8 12.5 462 3,707
Franklin 46.1 29.3 37.5 17.5 654 3,740
Gaston 40.4 33.7 41.7 16.2 591 3,641
Gates 23.4 4.5 26.1 17.2 652 3,779
Graham 71.9 38.2 73.0 24.9 1,081 4,345
Granville 42.3 21.2 41.1 14.8 556 3,774
Greene 66.1 46.0 63.1 20.4 722 3,544
Guilford 39.3 17.7 33.5 14.1 491 3,496
Halifax 70.7 23.4 54.3 32.1 954 2,972
Harnett 45.0 5.7 47.2 18.6 602 3,242
Haywood 47.7 30.7 46.2 16.1 637 3,951
Henderson 52.6 23.0 44.8 14.3 567 3,971
Hertford 67.6 6.2 66.6 32.4 1,131 3,493
Hoke 50.1 24.8 54.7 22.7 607 2,673
Hyde 50.0 29.7 53.1 22.4 953 4,266
Iredell 40.9 10.2 35.9 12.7 448 3,523
Jackson 64.3 9.9 54.4 16.9 687 4,064
Johnston 37.9 16.4 29.5 16.3 559 3,436
Jones 60.7 21.4 58.9 22.5 917 4,069
Lee 52.0 19.7 47.1 17.4 566 3,258
Lenoir 63.8 27.0 53.4 24.4 850 3,489
Lincoln 41.5 12.8 37.2 12.4 437 3,528
McDowell 56.3 37.8 52.4 24.5 852 3,486
Macon 63.4 22.8 56.7 11.3 422 3,752
Madison 48.5 17.7 52.3 12.9 501 3,883
Martin 62.4 70.5 55.9 34.7 1,249 3,605
Mecklenburg 16.8 5.6 25.2 12.2 395 3,238
Mitchell 59.0 15.4 59.0 16.8 745 4,442
Montgomery 62.8 18.0 49.3 20.9 725 3,473
Moore 48.5 22.1 42.2 13.8 514 3,739
Nash 49.1 27.0 43.0 17.1 573 3,361
New Hanover 40.8 22.7 40.5 14.5 546 3,770
Northampton 77.9 35.4 70.7 32.6 1,060 3,296
Onslow 24.4 20.3 57.4 11.5 349 3,031
Orange 27.5 6.7 24.1 7.3 326 4,492
Pamlico 66.4 6.4 60.8 19.6 777 3,971
Pasquotank 57.1 40.3 56.3 21.0 729 3,469
Pender 55.5 34.9 50.9 18.3 725 3,952
Perquimans 63.1 35.1 62.2 21.6 662 3,067
Person 45.6 23.5 45.9 16.3 704 4,329
Pitt 51.4 31.3 46.4 18.3 621 3,388
Polk 42.6 14.8 35.8 12.9 509 3,958
Randolph 49.0 8.3 40.5 13.1 435 3,315
Richmond 73.5 24.9 63.5 25.9 921 3,563
Robeson 71.3 22.6 62.7 31.7 1,063 3,357
Rockingham 53.0 1.6 47.2 16.7 699 4,179
Rowan 42.6 22.6 40.5 14.7 495 3,364
Rutherford 54.7 40.2 51.8 17.8 646 3,632
Sampson 60.1 27.0 56.8 24.0 860 3,576
Scotland 66.1 52.5 62.8 28.9 977 3,386
Stanly 46.7 18.3 43.9 14.7 583 3,957
Stokes 42.1 0.6 38.8 11.9 463 3,874
Surry 52.5 0.6 44.4 15.3 628 4,099
Swain 74.3 15.8 70.8 23.0 829 3,599
Transylvania 66.8 3.2 59.4 14.4 560 3,895
Tyrrell 74.4 46.5 65.1 24.7 872 3,532
Union 32.1 15.7 29.3 11.6 381 3,295
Vance 67.7 20.3 60.2 28.3 827 2,916
Wake 25.1 19.2 23.3 8.6 291 3,394
Warren 65.9 30.4 62.7 26.3 847 3,224
Washington 67.3 46.5 67.9 28.6 918 3,212
Watauga 42.7 20.6 40.3 8.5 376 4,440
Wayne 47.1 41.7 50.6 19.0 596 3,137
Wilkes 53.1 12.3 49.1 16.3 707 4,341
Wilson 64.3 19.7 49.9 23.3 753 3,232
Yadkin 36.4 19.1 39.5 12.5 507 4,060
Yancey 61.5 17.8 52.1 18.9 789 4,163
  1. Measured by Medicaid payment for hospital stay of the newborn.
  2. Percent receiving some prenatal care at a health department; percents for some counties may be low due to patients going to a public clinic not reporting data to the Health Services Information System.
  3. Percent on WIC in prenatal period.
  4. State fiscal year 1998-1999 data.

1999 Pocket Guide Table of Contents



SCHS Home | Search | FAQs | Comments

Page last updated Friday March 09 2012