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North Carolina Health Statistics Pocket Guide - 2005

Table 7 - Demographic, Economic and Health Resources Data

County 2004 - Percent of Births to: Medicaid (State Fiscal Year 2004-2005)
Medicaid Mothers6 Health Department Mothers7 WIC Mothers8 Percent of Total Population Enrolled Per Capita Expenditure Expenditure per Medicaid Enrollee
North Carolina 48.8 21.0 39.1 18.3 $885 $4,836
Alamance 56.0 24.4 43.2 16.6 $816 $4,926
Alexander 60.6 18.1 45.8 18.0 $832 $4,625
Alleghany 68.4 35.7 55.1 21.1 $1,361 $6,456
Anson 69.8 22.5 58.2 26.7 $1,547 $5,794
Ashe 64.4 10.3 55.6 20.8 $1,265 $6,088
Avery 60.8 14.7 53.8 17.9 $1,084 $6,053
Beaufort 68.2 50.2 58.4 24.0 $1,417 $5,906
Bertie 76.6 27.7 70.6 32.7 $2,021 $6,180
Bladen 69.4 36.0 54.2 30.3 $1,587 $5,244
Brunswick 62.3 28.3 50.4 19.6 $895 $4,577
Buncombe 58.0 24.6 42.7 17.9 $967 $5,386
Burke 58.2 38.8 43.8 19.0 $995 $5,229
Cabarrus 47.2 23.0 36.4 15.7 $695 $4,424
Caldwell 58.1 40.6 47.8 20.0 $1,009 $5,056
Camden 32.7 12.1 26.2 13.3 $616 $4,625
Carteret 52.2 6.9 33.3 15.2 $804 $5,284
Caswell 48.6 25.9 42.0 21.6 $1,197 $5,537
Catawba 54.7 30.0 39.1 17.1 $774 $4,541
Chatham 35.8 17.8 36.1 13.3 $649 $4,881
Cherokee 68.0 6.6 55.2 22.3 $1,400 $6,287
Chowan 65.4 37.4 54.4 24.7 $1,325 $5,366
Clay 58.8 25.9 49.4 20.3 $1,031 $5,066
Cleveland 57.2 45.8 48.0 23.6 $1,349 $5,706
Columbus 71.0 29.4 55.1 32.1 $1,752 $5,463
Craven 40.1 35.0 51.5 17.8 $935 $5,254
Cumberland 37.8 16.1 44.3 18.5 $713 $3,857
Currituck 41.9 16.2 22.3 11.9 $607 $5,102
Dare 50.7 27.4 31.3 10.3 $596 $5,799
Davidson 51.6 8.0 36.6 17.3 $795 $4,599
Davie 46.1 18.6 35.1 13.2 $652 $4,947
Duplin 73.2 26.3 54.1 24.3 $1,156 $4,767
Durham 44.4 25.5 30.4 16.3 $852 $5,235
Edgecombe 75.0 42.5 63.4 34.4 $1,559 $4,526
Forsyth 54.7 0.9 41.2 16.6 $778 $4,700
Franklin 52.3 28.5 40.5 20.1 $952 $4,734
Gaston 52.9 38.6 42.4 21.0 $1,275 $6,077
Gates 56.6 13.3 27.4 18.3 $917 $5,004
Graham 74.7 6.6 59.3 27.0 $1,809 $6,711
Granville 49.2 14.8 42.5 17.1 $836 $4,901
Greene 64.8 48.1 56.8 23.3 $1,095 $4,700
Guilford 49.2 14.9 35.3 16.9 $740 $4,389
Halifax 71.8 25.9 63.5 33.4 $1,688 $5,061
Harnett 50.6 24.1 43.0 19.9 $855 $4,291
Haywood 59.6 36.0 46.2 19.6 $1,026 $5,235
Henderson 60.1 26.2 32.3 16.0 $859 $5,385
Hertford 74.9 17.0 57.9 30.5 $1,697 $5,565
Hoke 43.6 22.6 45.9 22.8 $975 $4,268
Hyde 46.4 33.9 48.2 24.2 $1,520 $6,275
Iredell 49.2 9.6 38.0 15.7 $742 $4,742
Jackson 64.9 18.6 55.7 16.4 $842 $5,127
Johnston 48.1 17.5 32.2 18.6 $882 $4,751
Jones 69.6 28.3 63.0 22.1 $1,246 $5,642
Lee 63.5 16.6 43.8 21.3 $828 $3,887
Lenoir 70.8 31.2 55.1 26.8 $1,364 $5,091
Lincoln 49.5 14.9 36.2 16.4 $879 $5,348
McDowell 63.5 26.3 36.3 19.9 $1,009 $5,074
Macon 60.9 27.6 50.3 18.8 $965 $5,146
Madison 56.4 35.2 47.6 21.8 $1,229 $5,644
Martin 67.8 39.5 53.8 28.3 $1,653 $5,847
Mecklenburg 33.7 3.2 23.6 16.0 $630 $3,923
Mitchell 60.1 15.3 47.2 20.5 $1,242 $6,073
Montgomery 68.9 22.9 51.2 24.7 $1,164 $4,715
Moore 54.1 28.1 38.1 15.9 $774 $4,855
Nash 57.6 26.9 48.0 21.4 $948 $4,431
New Hanover 48.4 26.1 37.4 15.6 $859 $5,495
Northampton 71.4 35.2 59.0 32.1 $1,764 $5,494
Onslow 25.2 15.7 49.3 12.9 $534 $4,141
Orange 32.0 6.8 18.7 9.4 $573 $6,105
Pamlico 67.5 61.0 53.7 19.9 $1,090 $5,487
Pasquotank 55.7 29.6 48.0 23.1 $1,232 $5,327
Pender 55.2 31.2 43.1 19.4 $921 $4,748
Perquimans 62.5 36.6 47.3 22.4 $1,068 $4,766
Person 50.3 19.2 45.0 20.6 $1,127 $5,462
Pitt 51.6 39.6 41.2 19.8 $1,005 $5,086
Polk 58.0 12.3 35.2 14.4 $914 $6,369
Randolph 59.9 8.4 44.5 18.7 $812 $4,347
Richmond 73.4 26.5 60.4 29.3 $1,325 $4,525
Robeson 77.6 24.9 53.2 34.5 $1,693 $4,908
Rockingham 34.4 40.7 47.1 21.2 $1,101 $5,188
Rowan 53.6 24.5 46.4 18.2 $875 $4,804
Rutherford 67.0 43.4 49.0 22.9 $1,162 $5,078
Sampson 73.0 37.4 55.0 26.4 $1,229 $4,662
Scotland 71.6 36.9 62.4 33.3 $1,540 $4,618
Stanly 52.3 4.8 41.9 17.4 $940 $5,396
Stokes 49.8 37.3 40.4 16.5 $823 $4,977
Surry 61.0 3.3 39.1 20.5 $1,068 $5,209
Swain 72.1 7.6 66.0 26.4 $1,246 $4,714
Transylvania 65.6 6.7 47.4 18.1 $979 $5,408
Tyrrell 75.0 61.4 61.4 23.6 $1,376 $5,833
Union 35.9 20.8 26.4 13.0 $537 $4,128
Vance 73.3 14.1 54.4 34.4 $1,413 $4,107
Wake 32.1 22.9 25.3 11.0 $494 $4,504
Warren 73.7 27.9 64.2 28.4 $1,388 $4,887
Washington 74.6 52.4 65.9 30.2 $1,481 $4,898
Watauga 49.0 27.4 42.4 9.5 $551 $5,800
Wayne 54.3 47.7 46.0 22.0 $994 $4,514
Wilkes 63.5 13.9 52.1 21.0 $1,223 $5,823
Wilson 65.3 42.9 55.6 24.0 $1,144 $4,774
Yadkin 52.8 15.3 39.8 16.6 $983 $5,927
Yancey 62.8 21.3 46.3 21.2 $1,227 $5,799

6. Measured by Medicaid payment for hospital stay of the newborn.
7. 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 Heatlh Services Information System.
8. Percent on WIC in prenatal period.

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