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North Carolina Health Statistics Pocket Guide - 2001

Table 7 - Demographic, Economic, and Health Resources Data

County 2000 - Percent of Births to: Medicaid (State Fiscal Year 2000-2001)
Medicaid Mothers6 Health Department Mothers7 WIC Mothers8 Percent of Total Population Enrolled Per Capita Expenditure Expenditure per Medicaid Enrollee
North Carolina 40.9 18.6 37.4 16.8 $661 $3,926
Alamance 47.6 21.2 36.0 14.4 612 4,257
Alexander 37.4 17.5 39.5 15.0 574 3,827
Alleghany 56.3 20.6 50.8 17.3 840 4,859
Anson 62.0 33.7 55.5 27.0 1,157 4,290
Ashe 59.5 14.0 49.4 19.6 1054 5,386
Avery 54.3 7.1 48.4 18.1 983 5,449
Beaufort 58.0 27.3 52.9 23.9 1041 4,353
Bertie 65.9 26.9 67.5 34.1 1,511 4,435
Bladen 65.8 31.7 54.4 30.4 1,321 4,341
Brunswick 56.3 28.5 45.4 18.9 727 3,847
Buncombe 49.6 14.4 40.5 16.1 707 4,383
Burke 47.7 33.2 42.8 16.9 712 4,220
Cabarrus 38.9 16.9 30.8 13.0 550 4,224
Caldwell 48.3 24.8 40.6 16.3 747 4,586
Camden 35.5 23.7 28.9 14.0 596 4,269
Carteret 51.2 4.4 45.4 15.1 674 4,478
Caswell 38.2 14.9 39.7 18.9 758 4,007
Catawba 42.1 31.7 32.5 14.7 524 3,561
Chatham 34.6 16.4 28.1 12.5 581 4,644
Cherokee 58.6 4.1 55.6 22.0 1111 5,053
Chowan 66.5 29.8 56.4 25.2 1048 4,162
Clay 39.0 2.6 50.6 18.8 931 4,963
Cleveland 50.8 41.2 46.5 19.9 822 4,123
Columbus 50.7 36.5 57.8 30.8 1,385 4,492
Craven 35.6 14.8 48.8 17.8 708 3,982
Cumberland 32.2 9.8 43.5 17.8 541 3,034
Currituck 26.3 17.4 23.7 13.3 475 3,577
Dare 24.3 13.1 21.4 10.4 444 4,286
Davidson 41.4 16.8 33.5 14.6 540 3,707
Davie 28.2 13.9 29.5 11.9 526 4,418
Duplin 71.2 31.0 50.6 24.2 942 3,903
Durham 40.9 21.8 29.6 15.6 627 4,028
Edgecombe 70.7 39.6 59.7 31.8 1091 3,429
Forsyth 41.2 19.7 32.1 13.7 540 3,947
Franklin 41.7 25.7 31.8 19.3 758 3,939
Gaston 42.0 34.9 39.4 18.8 745 3,969
Gates 37.7 8.5 33.0 17.4 782 4,495
Graham 68.5 13.0 63.9 27.2 1,415 5,196
Granville 45.1 18.7 39.4 15.7 579 3,697
Greene 58.3 39.0 54.4 22.6 862 3,817
Guilford 39.9 15.9 32.2 14.8 555 3,759
Halifax 67.5 23.5 54.8 33.5 1150 3,431
Harnett 42.5 7.7 44.0 20.3 709 3,490
Haywood 49.4 35.2 47.8 18.0 740 4,107
Henderson 50.1 21.1 41.2 14.9 670 4,500
Hertford 60.7 7.1 55.7 32.7 1,364 4,169
Hoke 50.2 22.9 48.0 23.7 766 3,226
Hyde 46.8 37.1 53.2 23.6 1,122 4,757
Iredell 35.6 7.4 33.4 13.8 513 3,710
Jackson 60.2 15.3 57.5 16.9 749 4,441
Johnston 38.0 16.6 28.6 17.3 651 3,770
Jones 63.2 29.9 57.5 22.7 967 4,267
Lee 51.3 17.6 49.5 19.7 698 3,533
Lenoir 65.2 39.5 52.7 26.0 1014 3,895
Lincoln 40.0 12.5 32.3 14.1 595 4,215
McDowell 53.5 27.5 44.9 29.5 1221 4,137
Macon 64.3 19.5 55.8 12.6 522 4,136
Madison 45.0 18.8 46.3 13.6 578 4,238
Martin 64.5 35.2 53.0 36.3 1,506 4,151
Mecklenburg 18.0 2.4 21.9 13.6 464 3,423
Mitchell 48.7 12.2 46.8 17.6 918 5,227
Montgomery 64.4 20.9 43.3 22.2 753 3,393
Moore 51.4 20.2 40.7 14.7 596 4,052
Nash 49.9 26.6 42.6 19.7 760 3,858
New Hanover 41.1 22.5 38 15.2 675 4,437
Northampton 62.8 32.6 55.8 31.5 1,302 4,134
Onslow 23.3 16.7 52.8 12.9 430 3,343
Orange 27.9 7.6 24.4 7.8 395 5,039
Pamlico 72.2 28.7 50.9 20.4 929 4,547
Pasquotank 51.5 33.5 51.5 23.9 858 3,592
Pender 48.7 32.0 47.3 19.5 784 4,019
Perquimans 58.1 29.0 46.8 23.3 832 3,573
Person 40.0 20.6 43.0 17.4 861 4,955
Pitt 44.7 29.2 43.7 19.2 696 3,624
Polk 45.8 11.6 30.5 13.4 670 5,005
Randolph 47.6 7.4 35.8 14.9 564 3,796
Richmond 68.8 21.1 57.3 27.6 1101 3,985
Robeson 72.1 20.5 57.1 33.5 1,262 3,767
Rockingham 50.1 1.9 39.1 18.3 848 4,624
Rowan 43.1 22.5 39.5 16.3 624 3,835
Rutherford 54.0 34.4 47.0 20.6 806 3,912
Sampson 61.3 29.6 54.2 25.2 988 3,919
Scotland 72.6 56.4 63.7 31.1 1214 3,905
Stanly 48.1 12.0 41.8 16.2 760 4,677
Stokes 37.5 26.4 34.0 13.7 575 4,188
Surry 48.9 1.9 40.0 17.0 767 4,502
Swain 68.9 12.6 63.4 27.2 1017 3,738
Transylvania 55.7 6.0 45.3 15.1 693 4,606
Tyrrell 67.4 52.2 67.4 25.6 1,038 4,055
Union 30.4 16.7 25.4 12.1 468 3,867
Vance 64.3 14.1 55.6 32.1 1049 3,266
Wake 25.4 19.4 21.1 9.0 359 3,978
Warren 67.5 37.1 67.5 28.4 1087 3,832
Washington 65.7 36.3 55.2 30.0 1095 3,654
Watauga 41.7 18.5 38.1 8.8 449 5,115
Wayne 48.6 43.1 49.0 21.0 706 3,354
Wilkes 52.2 10.6 45.6 18.0 841 4,680
Wilson 56.6 22.5 50.6 23.1 886 3,838
Yadkin 36.6 18.5 34.7 13.9 677 4,873
Yancey 58.7 18.3 50.5 19.3 851 4,409
  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.

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