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Women Left Behind:

Exposing the State of Womens Health in


Texas Counties

Updated October 2008

July 2008
Dear Reproductive Health Supporter,
Texas women are facing a health crisis. Throughout the state, there is a shortage
of family planning clinics, a high percentage of uninsured people and high rates
of teen pregnancy. An analysis of Texas counties reveals that:

one in five people in Texas are uninsured;


six out of every 100 babies are born to mothers under the age of 18;
18.86% of women receive no or very late prenatal care;
in Texas counties, the average ratio is 11,723 women needing services per
available family planning clinic, resulting in clinics that are severely overstretched and under-staffed; and
in 2006, 120 women were violently killed by their intimate partners.

NARAL Pro-Choice Texas Foundation is proud to present a reproductive health


report on a county-wide level. We collected data from eight health-related categories and each of the 254 Texas counties was evaluated based on its overall performance. It was disheartening to see the final results; most of the counties performed poorly and the average score in Texas was only a C+.
Clearly, this snapshot shows that much can be done to improve women's health in
the state of Texas. If we continue to ignore this important issue, the problems will
only continue to escalate. NARAL Pro-Choice Texas Foundation hopes that the
information in this report will prove to be both educational and motivational.
We must put political differences asidelets come together and act proactively
to promote womens health!
Sincerely,
Sara S. Cleveland, Executive Director
NARAL Pro-Choice Texas Foundation
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Grading Scale
Below are the eight categories included in this health report. Each county was evaluated based upon the
most recent data available:

Percentage of uninsured people in 2005


Percentage of births by teenage mothers in 2004
Percentage of women receiving late/no prenatal care in 2004 (late is defined as after the
first trimester of pregnancy)
Percentage of low birth weight babies in 2004 (low birth weight refers to infants weighing
less than 2,500 grams at birth)
Infant Mortality Rate (number of infant deaths per 1000 births)
Percentage of females aged 15+ who died from breast cancer in 2004
Estimated ratio of women needing contraceptive care per available clinic
Number of women killed by intimate partners in 2004

Background information (gender proportion, total population, racial makeup, percentage of people below
poverty line, etc.) is also included for each county. The report aims to provide a general analysis on the
state of womens health in Texas. However, it is important to note that this is NOT a comprehensive investigation of womens health. With this report, we hope to offer a quantitative foundation for further
research.
For each of the categories, an academic researcher collected data from a variety of government and nonprofit organizations. The data was evaluated and assigned final grades based on a percentile system.
Roughly, the top 20 percent in each category received an A, while the lowest 20 percent in each
category received an F. The median scores were given a C.
Percent Uninsured
Average: 20.80%
14.5%-17.5% = A
17.6%-18.8% = B
18.9%-20.9% = C
21.1%-23.1% = D
23.4%-34.8% = F
Teenage Mothers
Average: 6.10%
0%-4.3% = A
4.4%-5.5% = B
5.6%-6.7% = C
6.8%-8.3% = D
8.4%-17% = F

Low Birth Weight Babies


Average: 7.63%
0%-5.9% = A
6%-7.1% = B
7.2%-8.2% = C
8.3%-9.5% = D
9.6%-20% = F
Infant Mortality Rate
Average: 6.71
0=A
2-5.5 = B
5.6-8.2 = C
8.3-12 = D
12.1- 66.7 = F

Late or No Prenatal Care


Average: 18.86%
0%-12.3% = A
12.4%-15.2% = B
15.3%-19% = C
19.1%-25.5% = D
25.6%-50% = F

Percent Breast Cancer Deaths


Average: 0.03%
0% = A
0.01%-0.02% = B
0.03% = C
0.04%-0.05% =D
0.06%-0.2% = F

Women/Clinic Ratio
Average: 11,723
190-2,960 = A
3,020-5,880 = B
6,250-14,835 = C
15,195-145,570 = D
n/a (0 clinics) = F
Women Killed by Intimate
Partner
Average: 0.47
0=A
1=B
2=C
3=D
5-17 = F

Regional Medical Directors


HEALTH SERVICE REGION 1
Peter W. Pendergrass, MD, M.P.H., Regional Medical Director
Regional Headquarters: 1109 Kemper, Lubbock, Texas 79403, Mail Code 1899
Phone: (806) 744-3577
FAX: (806) 741-1366
HEALTH SERVICE REGION 2/3
James A. Zoretic, M.D., M.P.H., Regional Medical Director
Regional Headquarters: 1301 South Bowen Road, Suite 200, Arlington, Texas 76013, Mail Code 1905
Phone: (817) 264-4500 FAX: (817) 264-4506
TDD: (817) 264-4505
HEALTH SERVICE REGION 4/5 NORTH
Paul K. McGaha, D.O., M.P.H, Regional Medical Director
Regional Headquarters: 1517 West Front Street, Tyler, Texas 75702, Mail Code 1901
Phone: (903) 595-3585 FAX: (903) 593-4187
HEALTH SERVICE REGION 6/5 SOUTH
Aashish Kiran Shah, M.D., F.A.C.O.G., Regional Medical Director
Regional Headquarters: 5425 Polk, Suite J, Houston, Texas 77023, Mail Code 1906
Phone: (713) 767-3000 FAX: (713) 767-3049
HEALTH SERVICE REGION 7
Tom Betz, M.D., M.P.H., Regional Medical Director
Regional Headquarters: 2408 South 37th Street, Temple, Texas 76504, Mail Code 1902
Phone: (254) 778-6744 FAX: (254) 778-4066
HEALTH SERVICE REGION 8
Sandra Guerra-Cantu, M.D., M.P.H., Regional Medical Director
Regional Headquarters: 7430 Louis Pasteur Drive, San Antonio, Texas 78229, Mail Code 5716
Phone: (210) 949-2000 FAX: (210) 949-2015
HEALTH SERVICE REGION 9/10
Luis Escobedo, M.D., Regional Medical Director
Regional Headquarters: 401 East Franklin, Suite 210, El Paso, Texas 79901, Mail Code 1903
Phone: (915) 834-7675 FAX: (915) 834-7799
HEALTH SERVICE REGION 11
Brian Smith, M.D., M.P.H., Regional Medical Director
Regional Headquarters: 601 West Sesame Drive, Harlingen, Texas 78550, Mail Code 1907
Phone: (956) 423-0130 FAX: (956) 444-3298

Table of Contents
Introductory Letter...1
Table of Contents.. ..2
Grading Scales.6
List of Regional Medical Directors.7
Rankings by Counties..8
Rankings by Health Regions...9
Executive Summary........10
Map.13
INDIVIDUAL COUNTY PROFILES
County

Page Number

County

Page Number

County

Page Number

Anderson

60

Brazos

89

Coke

117

Andrews

116

Brewster

131

Coleman

37

Angelina

72

Briscoe

15

Collin

50

Aransas

134

Brooks

135

Collingsworth

17

Archer

35

Brown

36

Colorado

81

Armstrong

14

Burleson

89

Comal

104

Atascosa

102

Burnet

90

Comanche

38

Austin

80

Caldwell

90

Concho

117

Bailey

14

Calhoun

103

Cooke

50

Bandera

102

Callahan

36

Coryell

91

Bastrop

87

Cameron

135

Cottle

38

Baylor

35

Camp

61

Crane

118

Bee

134

Carson

15

Crockett

118

Bell

87

Cass

61

Crosby

18

Bexar

103

Castro

16

Culberson

131

Blanco

88

Chambers

81

Dallam

18

Borden

116

Cherokee

62

Dallas

51

Bosque

88

Childress

16

Dawson

119

Bowie

60

Clay

37

Deaf Smith

19

Brazoria

80

Cochran

17

Delta

62

County

Page Number

County

Page Number

County

Page Number

Denton

51

Grimes

93

Jim Wells

137

DeWitt

104

Guadalupe

108

Johnson

55

Dickens

19

Hale

22

Jones

42

Dimmit

105

Hall

22

Karnes

109

Donley

20

Hamilton

93

Kaufman

55

Duval

136

Hansford

23

Kendall

109

Eastland

39

Hardeman

40

Kenedy

138

Ector

119

Hardin

72

Kent

42

Edwards

105

Harris

83

Kerr

110

El Paso

132

Harrison

64

Kimble

122

Ellis

52

Hartley

23

King

25

Erath

52

Haskell

41

Kinney

110

Falls

91

Hays

94

Kleberg

138

Fannin

53

Hemphill

24

Knox

43

Fayette

92

Henderson

64

La Salle

111

Fisher

39

Hidalgo

136

Lamar

65

Floyd

20

Hill

94

Lamb

26

Foard

40

Hockley

24

Lampasas

95

Fort Bend

82

Hood

54

Lavaca

111

Franklin

63

Hopkins

65

Lee

95

Freestone

92

Houston

73

Leon

96

Frio

106

Howard

121

Liberty

83

Gaines

120

Hudspeth

132

Limestone

96

Galveston

82

Hunt

54

Lipscomb

26

Garza

21

Hutchinson

25

Live Oak

139

Gillespie

106

Irion

121

Llano

97

Glasscock

120

Jack

41

Loving

122

Goliad

107

Jackson

108

Lubbock

27

Gonzales

107

Jasper

73

Lynn

27

Gray

21

Jeff Davis

133

Madison

97

Grayson

53

Jefferson

74

Marion

66

Gregg

63

Jim Hogg

137

Martin

123

County

Page Number

County

Page Number

County

Page Number

Mason

123

Presidio

133

Taylor

47

Matagorda

84

Rains

67

Terrell

128

Maverick

112

Randall

31

Terry

33

McCulloch

124

Reagan

126

Throckmorton 48

McLennan

98

Real

113

Titus

69

McMullen

139

Red River

68

Tom Green

129

Medina

112

Reeves

126

Travis

100

Menard

124

Refugio

140

Trinity

78

Midland

125

Roberts

31

Tyler

79

Milam

98

Robertson

99

Upshur

70

Mills

99

Rockwall

57

Upton

129

Mitchell

43

Runnels

45

Uvalde

113

Montague

44

Rusk

68

Val Verde

114

Montgomery

84

Sabine

76

Van Zandt

70

Moore

28

San Augustine

77

Victoria

114

Morris

66

San Jacinto

77

Walker

85

Motley

28

San Patricio

141

Waller

85

Nacogdoches

74

San Saba

100

Ward

130

Navarro

56

Schleicher

127

Washington

101

Newton

75

Scurry

45

Webb

142

Nolan

44

Shackelford

46

Wharton

86

Nueces

140

Shelby

78

Wheeler

33

Ochiltree

29

Sherman

32

Wichita

48

Oldham

29

Smith

69

Wilbarger

49

Orange

75

Somervell

58

Willacy

142

Palo Pinto

56

Starr

141

Williamson

101

Panola

67

Stephens

46

Wilson

115

Parker

57

Sterling

127

Winkler

130

Parmer

30

Stonewall

47

Wise

59

Pecos

125

Sutton

128

Wood

71

Polk

76

Swisher

32

Yoakum

34

Potter

30

Tarrant

58

Young

49

County

Page Number

Zapata

143

Zavala

115

Reform Suggestions..144
Endnotes....145
About NARAL Pro-Choice Texas Foundation.....146

Rankings By Counties - Quick Guide


GRADE

A
AB+
B
B-

COUNTY
None
Loving, Throckmorton
Archer, Fisher, Foard, Irion, King, Lee
Aransas, Baylor, Briscoe, Clay, Fayette, Goliad, Hays, Kaufman, Kendall, Kenedy,
Kent, Lavaca, Leon, Llano, Mason, McMullen, Mills, Real, Roberts, San Saba,
Shackelford, Stonewall, Upton, Williamson
Angelina, Bandera, Bastrop, Brazoria, Brazos, Burleson, Chambers, Coleman, Collin,
Cooke, Coryell, Crane, Delta, DeWitt, Galveston, Grayson, Guadalupe, Hansford, Haskell, Hemphill, Hill, Hutchinson, Kimble, Medina, Motley, Ochiltree, Palo Pinto, Polk,
Reeves, Rockwall, Sabine, San Jacinto, Stephens, Van Zandt, Ward, Wilson, Wise,
Young

C+

Armstrong, Bee, Bell, Blanco, Borden, Burnet, Calhoun, Camp, Cherokee, Childress,
Comal, Cottle, Denton, Dickens, Dimmit, Ellis, Fort Bend, Frio, Garza, Gillespie,
Glasscock, Harrison, Hartley, Hopkins, Houston, Hunt, Jackson, Jasper, Jim Hogg,
Karnes, Lamb, Limestone, Lynn, Marion, Martin, Montgomery, Parker, Pecos, Randall, Somervell, Travis, Upshur, Val Verde, Walker, Washington, Wood

Anderson, Andrews, Austin, Brewster, Brooks, Brown, Caldwell, Callahan, Cass,


Cochran, Collingsworth, Colorado, Comanche, Concho, Dawson, Donley, Ector, Erath,
Falls, Fannin, Franklin, Freestone, Gregg, Grimes, Hardin, Henderson, Hidalgo, Hood,
Johnson, Kerr, Kinney, Knox, La Salle, Lamar, Lampasas, McLennan, Midland,
Mitchell, Montague, Newton, Nolan, Nueces, Oldham, Orange, Reagan, Robertson,
San Augustine, San Patricio, Scurry, Smith, Starr, Sterling, Sutton, Taylor, Terrell,
Titus, Trinity, Tyler, Uvalde, Victoria, Waller, Webb, Wheeler, Wichita, Wilbarger,
Willacy, Winkler, Yoakum, Zapata

C-

Atascosa, Bailey, Bexar, Bosque, Bowie, Cameron, Carson, Castro, Coke, Crockett,
Crosby, Dallam, Dallas, Deaf Smith, Eastland, Edwards, Gaines, Gonzales, Gray,
Hale, Hamilton, Harris, Hockley, Hudspeth, Jack, Jeff Davis, Jim Wells, Kleberg, Liberty, Lipscomb, Live Oak, Lubbock, Matagorda, Maverick, Menard, Milam, Moore,
Morris, Nacogdoches, Navarro, Panola, Potter, Presidio, Rains, Refugio, Runnels,
Rusk, Schleicher, Sherman, Tarrant, Terry, Tom Green, Wharton, Zavala

D
F

Culberson, Duval, El Paso, Floyd, Hall, Hardeman, Howard, Jefferson, Jones, Madison, McCulloch, Parmer, Red River, Shelby, Swisher
None
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Rankings By Health Regions


Texas is divided into eleven Health Regions as assigned by the Department of State Health Services.
Counties in Health Region 7 received the total highest grades, while Health Region 10 received the total
lowest grades.
Heath District
HR 1
HR 2
HR 3
HR 4
HR 5
HR 6
HR 7
HR 8
HR 9
HR 10
HR 11

Rank
10th
2nd
3rd
9th
7th
6th
1st
4th
5th
11th
8th

Listed below is more specific Health Region information. For each category, the highest (or worst) average is in bold.

AVERAGE

Percent
Uninsured

Teenage
Mothers

Low
Birth
Weight
8.13%

Infant
Mortality

Breast
cancer

Women
Killed

6.99%

No/Late
Prenatal
Care
23.17%

HR 1

20.73%

7.00

0.03%

.05

HR 2

18.24%

6.47%

18.03%

7.14%

8.93

0.03%

.1

HR 3

19.31%

4.53%

17.73%

7.33%

6.63

0.03%

1.47

HR 4

18.47%

6.08%

17.76%

8.91%

6.91

0.04%

0.30

HR 5

18.65%

5.76%

14.97%

9.11%

7.80

0.04%

0.47

HR 6

22.39%

4.72%

15.12%

7.83%

9.27

0.03%

1.85

HR 7

18.65%

5.02%

17.49%

7.54%

8.39

0.03%

0.33

HR 8

22.73%

6.82%

15.87%

7.21%

4.08

0.04%

0.75

HR 9

22.28%

7.25%

19.79%

6.80%

4.97

0.04%

0.07

HR 10

26.27%

7.98%

32.08%

6.85%

3.92

0.05% 1.17

HR 11

27.07%

6.82%

19.84%

7.14%

4.71

0.03%

0.47

Executive Summary
Women are an important part of our society; we play crucial roles as mothers, wives,
office executives, bus drivers, soldiers, doctors and attorneys. Yet according to the
American Pet Product Manufacturers Association, in 2008, Americans are projected to
spend $10.9 billion in medical care for their pets.1 Why is this taking place while 17.8
percent of adult women still do not have health insurance in the United States?2
The above comparison clearly shows that there is a lack of initiative when it comes to
womens healthcare. Women have historically fallen through the cracks when it comes
to health policies. As the country which spends the most money on healthcare per person, its time that U.S. spending reflected actual health needs. This analysis of womens
health in Texas counties revealed several key conclusions:
The quality of womens healthcare varies by Health Region. There are 11 Health

Regions in the state of Texas. The Health Region covering densely-populated and
affluent Central Texas received the highest scores, while less-populated, lowerincome Regions covering the Western, Southern, and Eastern parts of the state received significantly lower scores.
The percentage of people living in poverty and the quality of womens health-

care are inversely related. Texas counties with higher percentages of people living
below the poverty level tend to have lower healthcare scores. Figure 1 graphs the
relationship between poverty level and quality of womens healthcare. For example,
a typical Texas county with 10% poverty received a B (or GPA of 3) while a
county with 30% poverty received a C (or GPA of 2). The women living in poorer
counties are the ones who need the most medical attention.
Figure 1:
Women's Health GPA

Poverty vs. Wom en's Health Grades for Texas Counties


4
3
2
1
0
0.00%

5.00%

10.00%

15.00%

20.00%

25.00%

30.00%

35.00%

40.00%

Percent of Population Under Poverty Line Per County 2004

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Counties with high numbers of people of color (specifically Blacks and Latinos)

tend to have lower womens health quality.


Figure 2:

Women's Health
GPA

Percent Minority vs. Wom en's Health Grades for Texas


Counties
4
3
2
1
0
0.00%

20.00%

40.00%

60.00%

80.00%

100.00%

Percent of People of Color in County Population 2004

Counties with higher percentages of Anglos tend to have higher womens health

quality.
Figure 3:

Women's Health GPA

Percent Anglo vs. Wom en's Health Grades for Texas


Counties
4
3
2
1
0
0.00%

20.00%

40.00%

60.00%

80.00%

100.00%

Percent of Anglo in County Population 2004

Womens health is connected to larger issues of social justice and social responsibility.
It is no mere coincidence that the Texas counties with the highest percentages of people
of color and low-income residents also have the lowest healthcare quality. Deep in the
heart of Texas, there seem to be continued biases when it comes to allocating these important services. It is imperative that our society promote reproductive healthcare for all.
As a word of inspiration, Article 25 of the United Nations Declaration of Human Rights
states that everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and
well-being of himself and of his family, including food, clothing, housing and medical
care.3
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Several counties revealed interesting data:


Webb County had the highest percentage of uninsured people (34.8%). This is

much higher than the average uninsured rate of 20.80%. It is notable that Latinos
make up 95.7% of Webb Countys population.
Reagan County had the highest percentage of teenage mothers (17%). Reagan is

a small county in west Texas with a population of 2,997. As of 2008, the public
school district emphasizes abstinence-only sex education.
Collin County had a ratio of 145,570 women needing contraceptive services per

available clinic. This number is 12 times greater than the state average. Because
of this scarcity of clinics, many local women obtain reproductive care by traveling to
neighboring Dallas County. More clinics must be opened within counties such as
Collin County so that women from these counties are not forced to travel to major
metropolitan areas to obtain health services.
17 women were killed by their intimate partners in Harris County. Harris County

covers the densely-populated Houston area, and it follows that in areas with a high
population concentration, there is a greater chance for murder to occur. However,
while this explanation is statistically true, it does not answer the more important
question: Why are women being killed by their intimate partners? There is a statewide lack of funded programs addressing domestic violence and its consequences on
womens health.
It is important to note that the current state of womens healthcare in Texas cannot be
blamed solely on our public officials and government leaders. A tradition of passing
blame has resulted in deteriorating public initiatives. As a society, we must allocate
higher consideration for these health issues. Women play crucial roles in our society and
we deserve affordable, assessable and high-quality healthcare!

Industry Statistics and Trends. American Pet Product Manufacturers Association. 2008. 6 July 2008.
<http://www.appma.org/press_industrytrends.asp>.
2
Health Insurance. Womens Health USA. 2007. 8 July 2008.
<http://mchb.hrsa.gov/whusa_07/healthservutiliz/0402hi.htm>.
3 Universal Declaration of Human Rights.Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights. 2005.
16 July 1008. <http://www.unhchr.ch/udhr/lang/eng.htm>.

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Health Regions in Texas

13

ARMSTONG
COUNTY (HR 1)

C+
4

Population :

2,175

Females in Population 20061:


52.30%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
9.70%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
93.80%
Under 1%
5.70%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
65.60

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

1 case

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis
0 cases

Gonorrhea
0 cases

15.80 %
Chlamydia
2 cases

AIDS
0 cases

Hepatitis A
0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

16.20%

8.3 %

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


Low Birth Weight Babies 20042:

16.7 %
12.5 %

C
F

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 20042:

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

0 deaths
(0.00%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

BAILEY
COUNTY (HR 1)

CPopulation4:

6,728

Females in Population 20061:


50.50%
People Below Poverty Line 20041:
17.60%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
47.60%
1.30%
50.60%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
103.00

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:


Medicaid Covered Births 20042:
74.60%
STIs2
2004:

3 cases

Syphilis

Gonorrhea

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

0 cases

4 cases

18 cases

0 cases

2 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:


Teenage Mothers 20042:
Late or No Prenatal Care 20042:
Low Birth Weight Babies 20042:

23.40%
10.90%
29.60%
8.60%

F
F
F
D

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 20042:


Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast
Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:

0.00
1 death
(0.04%)
1 clinic
1,330 w/c

A
D

Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

A
14

Females in Population 20061:


People Below Poverty Line 20041:
Race2:
Anglo
Black
73.30%
2.70%

50.80%
14.60%
Hispanic
23.80%

BRISCOE
COUNTY (HR 1)
Other
Under 1%

Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

59.40

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 2004 :


2

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


STIs2
2004:

0 cases

44.40%

Population4:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

0 cases

1 case

1 case

0 cases

0 cases

1,645

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054::

18.70%

Teenage Mothers 20042:

5.90%

Late or No Prenatal Care 20042:

5.90%

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 20042:

5.90%
0.00

A
A

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

0 deaths
(0.00%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Females in Population 20061:

F
A

50.80%

CARSON
COUNTY (HR 1)

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


8.20%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
91.00%
Under 1%
7.30%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
1.00%
63.90

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

2 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 20042:


2

STIs
2004:

C-

28.20%

Syphilis

Gonorrhea

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

0 cases

2 cases

8 cases

0 cases

0 cases

6,588

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

23.80%

9.20%

33.80%

7.70%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from


Breast Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

0 deaths
(0.00%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

15

Population4:

F
A

CASTRO
COUNTY (HR 1)

C4

Population :

7,642

Females in Population 20061:

50.00%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


19.20%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
43.00%
2.40%
54.20%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
97.80

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

6 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

69.10%

Syphilis

Gonorrhea

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

0 cases

2 cases

36 cases

1 case

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

23.80%

9.20%

33.80%

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :

7.70%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 20042:

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

0 deaths
(0.00%)
0 clinic
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Females in Population 2006 :

CHILDRESS
COUNTY (HR 1)

C+
7,678

39.90%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


22.70%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
63.20%
14.20%
22.00%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
71.60

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

1 case

Population4:

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
3 cases

0 cases

69.10%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

17 cases

0 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

21.20%

8.60%

11.10%

13.60%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

1 deaths
(0.04%)
2 clinics
605 w/c
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

A
A

16

Females in Population 20061:


53.10%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
21.90%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
47.90%
5.10%
46.10%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

COCHRAN
COUNTY (HR 1)
Other
Under 1%
91.30

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 2004 :


2

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

77.60%

Gonorrhea
2 cases

0 cases

0 cases

C
Population4:

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

6 cases

0 cases

0 cases

3,290

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

23.10%

13.40%

40.30%

6.00%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from


Breast Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

0 deaths
(0.00%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

F
A

51.40%

COLLINGSWORTH
COUTY (HR 1)

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


17.50%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
69.90%
5.50%
22.70%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
1.90%
81.60

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

1 case

Medicaid Covered Births 20042:


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
4 cases

0 cases

40.40%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

15 cases

0 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

18.80%

13.60%

18.20%

6.80%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

22.72

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

0 deaths
(0.00%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

17

F
A

Population4:

2,970

CROSBY
COUNTY (HR 1)

C4

Population :

6,687

Females in Population 20061:


52.20%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
23.20%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
44.20%
3.90%
51.50%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
90.70

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

3 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

40.00%

Syphilis

Gonorrhea

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

0 cases

9 cases

17 cases

1 case

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

20.90%

11.30%

21.70%

7.00%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

17.39

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

1 death
(0.04%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

DALLAM
COUNTY (HR 1)

C6,174

49.70%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


14.00%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
67.20%
1.60%
30.20%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
1.00%
82.40

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

5 cases

Population4:

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
1 case

0 cases

81.30%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

16 cases

0 cases

1 case

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

21.90%

1.90%

20.00%

12.10%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

18.69

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

0 deaths
(0.00%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

F
A

18

Females in Population 20061:


50.90%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
16.50%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
37.50%
1.40%
60.50%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

DEAF SMITH
COUNTY (HR 1)
Other
Under 1%
95.80

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 2004 :


2

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

68.90%

Gonorrhea
10 cases

0 cases

9 cases

CPopulation4:

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

81 cases

0 cases

3 cases

18,540

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

25.60%

7.00%

32.00%

9.90%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

14.08

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

1 death
(0.01%)
3 clinics
1,340 w/c
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

A
A

42.20%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


18.90%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
66.60%
8.00%
25.10%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
64.80

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

1 case

Medicaid Covered Births 20042:


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
2 cases

0 cases

36.70%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

2 cases

0 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

21.20%

8.00%

48.00%

0.00%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

1 death
(0.10%)
1 clinic
420 w/c
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

19

A
A

DICKENS
COUNTY (HR 1)

C+
Population4:

2,647

DONLEY
COUNTY (HR 1)

C
4

Population :

3,892

Females in Population 20061:


51.30%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
16.50%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
87.80%
4.70%
6.80%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
46.60

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

1 case

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

73.50%

Syphilis

Gonorrhea

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

0 cases

6 cases

9 cases

0 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

16.50%

0.00%

25.80%

9.70%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

1 death
(0.06%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

FLOYD
COUNTY (HR 1)

D
7,176

51.40%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


20.50%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
47.30%
3.40%
48.70%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
81.70

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

4 cases

Population4:

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
2 cases

0 cases

49.50%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

16 cases

0 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

22.80%

9.60%

41.20%

10.50%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

8.77

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

1 death
(0.04%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

F
A

20

Females in Population 20061:


47.40%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
20.50%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
55.20%
4.90%
39.30%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

GARZA
COUNTY (HR 1)
Other
Under 1%
74.80

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 2004 :


2

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


STIs2
2004:

Syphilis

Population4:

48.30%

Gonorrhea
1 case

0 cases

4 cases

C+

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

9 cases

1 case

0 cases

5,002

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

22.70%

4.70%

23.40%

7.80%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

0 deaths
(0.00%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

F
A

48.80%

GRAY
COUNTY (HR 1)

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


14.40%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
77.20%
6.30%
15.00%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
1.40%
78.40

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

8 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 20042:


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
22 cases

0 cases

C-

66.20%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

49 cases

0 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

18.60%

6.20%

13.70%

8.70%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

13.84

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

5 deaths
(0.06%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

21

F
A

Population4:

21,480

HALE
COUNTY (HR 1)

C4

Population :

36,235

Females in Population 20061:


49.20%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
19.70%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
42.90%
5.90%
50.40%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
86.80

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

32 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

59.30%

Syphilis

Gonorrhea

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

0 cases

44 cases

252 cases

2 cases

2 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

24.50%

8.90%

29.10%

8.90%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

4.77

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

5 deaths
(0.04%)
2 clinics
3,825 w/c
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

HALL
COUNTY (HR 1)

D
3,703

52.20%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


22.10%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
60.80%
8.20%
30.60%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
66.20

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

3 cases

Population4:

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

70.30%

Syphilis

Gonorrhea

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

0 cases

1 case

7 cases

0 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

19.40%

7.30%

14.60%

9.80%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

24.39

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

1 death
(0.07%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

F
A

22

Females in Population 20061:


50.8%
People Below Poverty Line 20041:
13.50%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
63.30%
Under 1%
35.90%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
113.80

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

5 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 20042:


2

STIs
2004:

35.10%

HANSFORD
COUNTY (HR 1)

BPopulation4:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

0 cases

0 cases

8 cases

0 cases

0 cases

5,232

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

21.50%

4.50%

17.10%

5.40%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

0 deaths
(0.00%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

F
A

38.30%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


9.10%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
78.10%
7.70%
13.70%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
88.90

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

0 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 20042:


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
0 cases

0 cases

19.70%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

2 cases

0 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

19.60%

4.60%

9.20%

9.20%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

2 deaths
(0.12%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

23

F
A

HARTLEY
COUNTY (HR 1)

C+
Population4:

5,451

HEMPHILL
COUNTY (HR 1)

B4

Population :

3,424

Females in Population 20061:


49.40%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
7.70%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
80.00%
1.40%
17.60%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
1.00%
82.60

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

0 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 20042:


STIs2
2004:

28.60%

Syphilis

Gonorrhea

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

0 cases

0 cases

4 cases

0 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

18.80%

6.40%

12.80%

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :

2.10%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 20042:

21.27

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

0 deaths
(0.00%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

HOCKLEY
COUNTY (HR 1)

C-

Other
Under 1%
77.00

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

12 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :

22,789

Females in Population 20061:


51.30%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
17.40%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
55.60%
4.00%
39.80%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:
2

Population4:

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
15 cases

0 cases

53.20%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

91 cases

0 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:


2

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

22.90%

8.30%

26.90%

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :

10.70%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 20042:

13.77

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:

2 deaths
(0.02%)
1 clinic
5,250 w/c

Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

B
24

Females in Population 20061:


50.80%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
12.60%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
79.00%
2.70%
16.50%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

HUTCHINSON
COUNTY (HR 1)
Other
1.80%
75.00

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 2004 :


2

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

53.40%

Gonorrhea
6 cases

0 cases

11 cases

BPopulation4:

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

38 cases

0 cases

0 cases

22,485

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

18.70%

7.60%

14.00%

10.40%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

3.16

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:

2 deaths
(0.03%)
2 clinics
2,380 w/c

Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

43.60%

KING
COUNTY (HR 1)

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


9.10%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
90.40%
0.00%
8.50%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
1.20%
14.70

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

0 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 20042:


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
0 cases

0 cases

B+

33.30%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

0 cases

0 cases

0 cases

309

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

18.80%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

0 deaths
(0.00%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

25

Population4:

F
A

LAMB
COUNTY (HR 1)

C+
4

Population :

49,646

Females in Population 20061:


51.30%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
19.30%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
48.30%
4.50%
46.80%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
88.90

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

8 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

44.40%

Syphilis

Gonorrhea

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

0 cases

13 cases

59 cases

2 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

17.30%

7.70%

24.30%

8.50%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

4.03

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

0 deaths
(0.00%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

LIPSCOMB
COUNTY (HR 1)

C3,101

50.50%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


12.30%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
75.60%
Under 1%
22.60%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
1.40%
79.00

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

1 case

Population4:

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
1 case

0 cases

57.10%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

4 cases

0 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

19.90%

7.30%

17.10%

7.30%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

24.40

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

1 death
(0.08%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

F
A

26

Females in Population 20061:


50.90%
People Below Poverty Line 20041:
17.80%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
60.30%
7.80%
29.80%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:
Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:
Medicaid Covered Births 20042:
38.00%
Syphilis
Gonorrhea
Chlamydia
AIDS
STIs2
438 cases
5 cases
1,315 cases
32 cases
2004:

Other
2.10%
68.60
154 cases
Hepatitis A

12 cases

LUBBOCK
COUNTY (HR 1)

CPopulation4:

252,285

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:


Teenage Mothers 20042:
Late or No Prenatal Care 20042:
Low Birth Weight Babies 20042:
Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 20042:
Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast
Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

21.60%
5.70%
18.40%
10.10%
6.17
34 deaths
(0.03%)
7 clinics
8,786 w/c
2

Females in Population 20061:


49.70%
People Below Poverty Line 20041:
19.00%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
49.80%
2.60%
46.80%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:
Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:
2

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


Syphilis
Gonorrhea
STIs2
4 cases
0 cases
2004:

D
C
C
F
C
C
C
C

Other
Under 1%
69.60
4 cases

C+

31.90%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

16 cases

0 cases

0 cases

Percent Uninsured 2005 :


2

22.60%

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


Late or No Prenatal Care 20042:
Low Birth Weight Babies 20042:
Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 20042:

7.00%
25.30%
14.00%
0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:

0 deaths
(0.00%)
1 clinic
1,340 w/
c
0

Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

Population4:

6,239

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

27

LYNN
COUNTY (HR 1)

D
D
D
F
A
A
A

MOORE
COUNTY (HR 1)

C4

Population :

20,350

Females in Population 20061:


49.40%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
13.90%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
47.20%
Under 1%
50.90%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
1.50%
102.50

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

17 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

49.20%

Syphilis

Gonorrhea

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

0 cases

8 cases

77 cases

0 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

24.50%

6.60%

31.70%

6.90%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

2.29

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

2 deaths
(0.03%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

MOTLEY
COUNTY (HR 1)

B1,301

49.80%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


14.70%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
82.90%
4.10%
12.10%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
62.50

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

0 cases

Population4:

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
0 cases

0 cases

43.80%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

1 case

0 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

15.80%

8.30%

50.00%

0.00%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births)2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

1 death
(0.18%)
1 clinic
190 w/c
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

A
A

28

Females in Population 20061:


49.90%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
12.20%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
62.60%
Under 1%
36.20%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

OCHILTREE
COUNTY (HR 1)
Other
1.10%
98.40

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 2004 :


2

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

4 cases

65.00%

Gonorrhea
0 cases

0 cases

BPopulation4:

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

24 cases

0 cases

0 cases

9,386

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

22.90%

9.30%

16.00%

6.00%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:

1 death
(0.03%)
2 clinics
1,015 w/c

Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

48.20%

OLDHAM
COUNTY (HR 1)

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


12.40%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
85.10%
2.10%
11.00%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
1.80%
87.00

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

0 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 20042:


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
0 cases

0 cases

29.60%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

2 cases

0 cases

0 cases

2,119

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

18.50%

5.90%

11.80%

11.80%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

29.40

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from


Breast Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

0 deaths
(0.00%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

29

Population4:

F
A

PARMER
COUNTY (HR 1)

D
4

Population :

9,757

Females in Population 20061:


50.60%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
13.40%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
46.10%
1.00%
52.30%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
98.30

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

8 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

24.40%

Syphilis

Gonorrhea

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

0 cases

2 cases

14 cases

1 case

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

24.60%

7.10%

45.50%

9.60%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

10.10

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

1 death
(0.03%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

POTTER
COUNTY (HR 1)

C119,854

49.30%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


21.20%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
54.20%
10.00%
32.10%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
3.70%
96.50

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

115 cases

Population4:

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

5 cases

Gonorrhea
341 cases

82.50%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

780 cases

10 cases

5 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:


Teenage Mothers 20042:

21.70%
6.60%

D
C

24.20%

9.20%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

12.05

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from


Breast Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:

19 deaths
(0.04%)
4 clinics
6,368 w/c

Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

Late or No Prenatal Care 20042:


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

C
30

Females in Population 20061:


51.00%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
8.00%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
84.40%
1.70%
12.00%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

RANDALL
COUNTY (HR 1)
Other
1.90%
56.70

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 2004 :


2

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

18.10%

Gonorrhea
48 cases

0 cases

45 cases

C+
Population4:

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

155 cases

2 cases

0 cases

110,054

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

19.00%

3.20%

12.70%

6.70%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

8.79

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

13 deaths
(0.03%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

F
A

48.90%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


6.70%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
96.20%
Under 1%
3.40%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
57.00

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

0 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 20042:


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
0 cases

0 cases

0.00%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

0 cases

0 cases

0 cases

17.00%

0.00%

11.10%

11.10%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

0 deaths
(0.00%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

31

B
Population4:

822

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

ROBERTS
COUNTY (HR 1)

F
A

SHERMAN
COUNTY (HR 1)

C4

Population :

3,004

Females in Population 20061:


50.00%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
12.20%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
70.20%
Under 1%
28.70%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
54.60

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

0 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

43.80%

Syphilis

Gonorrhea

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

0 cases

0 cases

1 case

1 case

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

21.10%

8.80%

32.40%

8.80%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

0 deaths
(0.00%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

SWISHER
COUNTY (HR 1)

Females in Population 20061:


47.40%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
20.10%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
56.50%
6.00%
37.00%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
101.40

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

5 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :

Population4:

STIs2
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
6 cases

0 cases

71.90%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

30 cases

1 case

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

21.50%

7.80%

26.20%

6.40%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

14.18

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:

3 deaths
(0.10%)
0 clinics
N/A

Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

F
32

Females in Population 20061:


48.20%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
21.60%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
47.70%
5.10%
46.60%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

TERRY
COUNTY (HR 1)
Other
Under 1%
80.80

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 2004 :


Medicaid Covered Births 20042:
2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
38 cases

0 cases

7 cases

51.10%

CPopulation4:

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

50 cases

0 cases

0 cases

12,420

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

23.40%

13.70%

36.70%

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :

9.30%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 20042:

5.49

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:

3 deaths
(0.07%)
1 clinic
2,470 w/c

Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

A
A

51.10%

WHEELER
COUNTY (HR 1)

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


11.90%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
81.70%
2.80%
14.20%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
1.40%
75.80

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

1 case

Medicaid Covered Births 20042:


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
1 case

0 cases

59.00%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

2 cases

0 cases

0 cases

4,801

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

17.80%

8.20%

26.20%

8.20%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

1 death
(0.05%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

33

Population4:

F
A

YOAKUM
COUNTY (HR 1)

C
4

Population :

7,408

Females in Population 20061:


50.90%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
14.20%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
49.30%
1.20%
49.00%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
92.70

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

6 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

41.80%

Syphilis

Gonorrhea

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

0 cases

1 case

14 cases

0 cases

1 case

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

24.20%

7.20%

31.20%

9.40%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

7.25

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:

0 deaths
(0.00%)
1 clinic
1,670 w/c

Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

34

Females in Population 20061:


49.50%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
9.70%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
93.60%
Under 1%
5.50%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

ARCHER
COUNTY (HR 2)
Other
Under 1%
68.80

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 2004 :


2

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

31.50%

Gonorrhea
4 cases

0 cases

7 cases

B+
Population4:

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

10 cases

0 cases

0 cases

9,098

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

17.40%

3.30%

19.20%

4.20%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

1 death
(0.03%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

A
A

53.30%

BAYLOR
COUNTY (HR 2)

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


17.20%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
85.70%
3.50%
9.70%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
1.10%
74.20

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20044:

5 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 20042:


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
6 cases

0 cases

75.00%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

9 cases

1 case

0 cases

3,846

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

16.10%

6.40%

15.20%

19.10%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

0 deaths
(0.00%)
1 clinic
670 w/c
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

35

Population4:

A
A

BROWN
COUNTY (HR 2)

C
4

Population :

38,664

Females in Population 20061:


50.60%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
18.00%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
77.60%
4.20%
17.30%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
67.60

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:


Medicaid Covered Births 20042:
71.30%
STIs2
2004:

19 cases

Syphilis

Gonorrhea

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

0 cases

32 cases

82 cases

3 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:


Teenage Mothers 20042:
Late or No Prenatal Care 20042:
2

C
Population4:

13,518

C
D

13.90%

B
D

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :

9.20%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 20042:


Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast
Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

8.16
10 deaths
(0.06%)
1 clinic
7,850 w/c
0

Females in Population 20061:

CALLAHAN
COUNTY (HR 2)

19.10%
7.80%

C
F
C
A

51.80%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


14.00%
2
Race :
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
92.00%
Under 1%
6.60%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
1.10%
53.50

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

6 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 20042:


STIs2
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
1 case

0 cases

53.50%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

13 cases

1 case

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

17.10%

6.80%

21.10%

6.00%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

7.52

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

2 deaths
(0.04%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

F
A

36

Females in Population 20061:


51.20%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
10.60%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
94.70%
Under 1%
3.70%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

CLAY
COUNTY (HR 2)
Other
1.10%
47.20

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 2004 :


Medicaid Covered Births 20042:
50.50%
2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
1 case

0 cases

8 cases

Population4:

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

7 cases

3 cases

0 cases

11,288

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

16.60%

0.00%

7.00%

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :

8.00%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 20042:

10.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

0 deaths
(0.00%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

F
A

51.80%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


20.10%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
81.70%
2.50%
15.20%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
69.60

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

4 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 20042:


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
7 cases

0 cases

71.90%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

14 cases

0 cases

0 cases

17.00%

9.50%

9.50%

6.70%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

2 deaths
(0.05%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

37

BPopulation4:

8,665

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

COLEMAN
COUNTY (HR 2)

F
A

COMANCHE
COUNTY (HR 2)

C
4

Population :

13,710

Females in Population 20061:


51.10%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
17.70%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
76.00%
Under 1%
23.00%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
81.20

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20044:

9 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

68.30%

Syphilis

Gonorrhea

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

0 cases

0 cases

9 cases

0 cases

3 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

18.70%

7.00%

15.60%

5.50%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

5.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

3 deaths
(0.05%)
0 clinics
N/A
1

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

COTTLE
COUNTY (HR 2)

C+
1,748

52.10%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


18.80%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
68.90%
9.60%
21.10%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
50.50

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20044:

0 cases

Population4:

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
3 cases

0 cases

80.00%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

2 cases

0 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

17.60%

14.30%

14.30%

14.30%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

0 deaths
(0.00%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

F
A

38

Females in Population 20061:


51.80%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
18.40%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
84.90%
2.30%
12.10%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

EASTLAND
COUNTY (HR 2)
Other
Under 1%
71.90

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 2004 :


2

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

72.50%

Gonorrhea
4 cases

0 cases

8 cases

CPopulation4:

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

21 cases

1 case

1 case

18,395

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

17.60%

7.90%

15.00%

8.80%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

26.40

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

4 deaths
(0.05%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

F
A

50.90%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


13.90%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
73.80%
2.90%
22.70%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
45.30

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

0 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 20042:


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
3 cases

0 cases

B+

20.00%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

6 cases

1 case

0 cases

Percent Uninsured 20054:

18.00%

3.10%

9.40%

3.10%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

3 deaths
(0.17%)
3 clinics
257 w/c
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Population4:

4,089

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

39

FISHER
COUNTY (HR 2)

A
A

FOARD
COUNTY (HR 2)

B+
4

Population :

1,518

Females in Population 20061:


52.50%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
15.80%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
78,50%
3.50%
17.20%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
51.80

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:


Medicaid Covered Births 20042:
57.10%
STIs2
2004:

0 cases

Syphilis

Gonorrhea

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

0 cases

1 case

2 cases

0 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:


Teenage Mothers 20042:
Late or No Prenatal Care 20042:

7.70%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 20042:

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

0 deaths
(0.00%)
1 clinic
290 w/c
0

4,293

A
A

52.60%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


16.70%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
78.20%
4.80%
16.20%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
72.80

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

0 cases

Population4:

7.70%

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :

Females in Population 20061:

A
D
A
C

HARDEMAN
COUNTY (HR 2)

17.50%
7.70%

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
1 case

0 cases

56.90%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

4 cases

1 case

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 2020054:

17.70%

11.30%

19.40%

9.70%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

32.25

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

1 death
0.05%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

F
A

40

Females in Population 20061:


53.00%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
20.50%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
73.80%
2.90%
22.60%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

HASKELL
COUNTY (HR 2)
Other
Under 1%
67.10

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 2004 :


2

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


Syphilis
Gonorrhea
STIs2
1 case
0 cases
2004:

B-

3 cases

Population4:

73.40%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

12 cases

0 cases

0 cases

5,543

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

18.00%

Teenage Mothers 20042:


Late or No Prenatal Care 20042:

10.80%
18.50%

Low Birth Weight Babies 20042:


Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 20042:

3.10%
0.00

F
C
A

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from


Breast Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

0 deaths
(0.00%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Females in Population 20061:

A
A
F
A

45.50%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


11.90%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
85.50%
5.20%
8.40%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
62.50

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20044:

6 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 20042:


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
1 case

0 cases

C-

29.40%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

7 cases

0 cases

0 cases

Percent Uninsured 20054:

18.50%

8.90%

18.90%

6.70%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

33.33

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from


Breast Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

1 death
(0.03%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Population4:

9,065

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

41

JACK
COUNTY (HR 2)

F
A

JONES
COUNTY (HR 2)

D
4

Population :

19,739

Females in Population 20061:


38.80%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
20.50%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
65.50%
11.50%
22.10%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
64.50

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

8 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

63.70%

Syphilis

Gonorrhea

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

3 cases

16 cases

44 cases

1 case

1 case

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

21.10%

7.90%

28.80%

10.50%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

15.7

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

2 deaths
(0.03%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

KENT
COUNTY (HR 2)

B
782

53.00%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


9.50%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
90.50%
Under 1%
9.10%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
38.80

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

0 cases

Population4:

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
0 cases

0 cases

60.00%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

0 cases

0 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

14.50%

0.00%

40.00%

0.00%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

0 deaths
(0.00%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

F
A

42

Females in Population 20061:


52.50%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
20.60%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
64.70%
7.70%
27.00%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

KNOX
COUNTY (HR 2)
Other
Under 1%
67.70

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 2004 :


2

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

68.90%

Gonorrhea
1 case

0 cases

3 cases

C
Population4:

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

6 cases

0 cases

1 case

3,783

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

18.50%

6.50%

20.00%

8.70%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

21.74

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

0 deaths
(0.00%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

F
A

37.30%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


23.00%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
53.90%
12.70%
32.60%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
76.20

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

1 case

Medicaid Covered Births 20042:


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
3 cases

0 cases

69.50%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

12 cases

0 cases

0 cases

Percent Uninsured 20054:

22.80%

5.20%

17.70%

6.30%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

20.83

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

0 deaths
(0.00%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Population4:

9,415

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

43

MITCHELL
COUNTY (HR 2)

F
A

MONTAGUE
COUNTY (HR 2)

C
4

Population :

19,678

Females in Population 20061:


51.70%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
13.60%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
92.60%
Under 1%
6.20%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
1.00%
75.20

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

12 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

52.60%

Syphilis

Gonorrhea

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

0 cases

1 case

14 cases

2 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

16.60%

6.30%

16.30%

6.70%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

39.52

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

6 deaths
(0.07%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

NOLAN
COUNTY (HR 2)

Other
Under 1%
78.80

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

8 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :

14,879

Females in Population 20061:


51.40%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
19.90%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
64.60%
5.10%
29.90%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:
2

Population4:

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

0 cases

Gonorrhea
16 cases

74.00%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

91 cases

0 cases

1 case

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

20.50%

Teenage Mothers 20042:

7.00%

Late or No Prenatal Care 20042:

13.30%

10.10%

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

4.40

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

3 deaths
(0.05%)
1 clinic
3,040 w/c
0

D
B
A

44

Females in Population 20061:


51.60%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
17.60%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
66.20%
1.50%
31.50%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

RUNNELS
COUNTY (HR 2)
Other
Under 1%
72.00

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 2004 :


2

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
4 cases

0 cases

5 cases

63.20%

CPopulation4:

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

17 cases

2 cases

1 case

10,977

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

20.10%

8.30%

26.20%

9.10%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

13.79

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

1 death
(0.02%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:


47.50%
People Below Poverty Line 20041:
17.20%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
63.00%
6.40%
30.10%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:
Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:
Medicaid Covered Births 20042:
77.50%
2
Syphilis
Gonorrhea
Chlamydia
STIs
9 cases
0 cases
47 cases
2004:

F
A

Other
Under 1%
77.90
8 cases

AIDS

Hepatitis A

1 case

0 cases

45

21.60%
7.80%

Late or No Prenatal Care 20042:


Low Birth Weight Babies 20042:
Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 20042:
Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast
Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:

20.50%
11.00%
4.57
1 death
(0.02%)
1 clinic
3,030 w/c

Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

C
Population4:

16,217

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:


Teenage Mothers 20042:

SCURRY
COUNTY (HR 2)

D
D
D
F
B
B
B

SHACKELFORD
COUNTY (HR 2)

B
4

Population :

3,168

Females in Population 20061:


52.00%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
12.10%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
91.30%
Under 1%
8.10%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
60.90

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

2 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

59.00%

Syphilis

Gonorrhea

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

0 cases

0 cases

7 cases

0 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

17.00%

2.90%

34.30%

2.90%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

0 deaths
(0.00%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

STEPHENS
COUNTY (HR 2)

B-

48.50%

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


18.80%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
79.70%
2.90%
16.90%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
74.40

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

4 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :

9,562

Population4:

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
2 cases

0 cases

83.10%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

11 cases

0 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

18.60%

4.90%

21.30%

8.10%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

0 deaths
(0.00%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

F
A

46

Females in Population 20061:


51.40%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
15.60%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
83.10%
3.30%
13.00%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

STONEWALL
COUNTY (HR 2)
Other
Under 1%
68.30

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 2004 :


2

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
2 cases

0 cases

0 cases

35.30%

B
Population4:

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

3 cases

0 cases

0 cases

1,373

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

15.60%

5.90%

23.50%

0.00%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

0 deaths
(0.00%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

F
A

Females in Population 20061:


51.80%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
16.10%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
70.80%
7.40%
19.50%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
2.30%
71.00

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

69 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 20042:


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
238 cases

14 cases

TAYLOR
COUNTY (HR 2)

56.10%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

710 cases

10 cases

5 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

20.20%

5.90%

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


Low Birth Weight Babies 20042:

21.70%
9.00%

D
D

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 20042:

6.81

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

17 deaths
(0.03%)
2 clinics
14,835 w/c
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

47

C
A

Population4:

125,040

THROCKMORTON
COUNTY (HR 2)

A-

Females in Population 20061:


49.50%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
12.50%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
89.60%
Under 1%
9.70%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
51.90

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

0 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :

Population :

1,620

STIs
2004:

71.40%

Syphilis

Gonorrhea

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

0 cases

0 cases

2 cases

0 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

16.10%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

0 deaths
(0.00%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 2006 :

WICHITA
COUNTY (HR 2)

49.60%

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


15.90%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
71.60%
10.90%
14.10%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
3.40%
74.30

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

69 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :

Population :

125,895

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
258 cases

8 cases

50.90%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

432 cases

9 cases

2 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

19.80%

4.90%

13.20%

8.80%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

8.67

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

25 deaths
(0.05%)
1 clinic
27,810 w/c
1

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

D
B

48

Females in Population 20061:


49.30%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
16.00%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
66.50%
9.30%
22.90%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

WILBARGER
COUNTY (HR 2)
Other
1.30%
83.70

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 2004 :


2

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

6 cases

68.50%

Gonorrhea
15 cases

0 cases

C
Population4:

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

24 cases

1 case

0 cases

13,897

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

20.00%

10.10%

22.60%

5.30%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

4.39

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

1 death
(0.02%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

F
A

52.00%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


16.80%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
85.20%
1.40%
12.50%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
67.40

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

6 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 20042:


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
4 cases

0 cases

78.80%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

18 cases

1 case

2 cases

17.30%

5.60%

16.90%

5.60%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

4.69

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

3 deaths
(0.04%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

49

BPopulation4:

18,003

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

YOUNG
COUNTY (HR 2)

F
A

COLLIN
COUNTY (HR 3)

BPopulation4:

659,458

Females in Population 20061:


49.90%
People Below Poverty Line 20041:
5.50%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
74.90%
5.30%
11.70%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:
Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:
Medicaid Covered Births 20042:
13.70%
2
Syphilis
Gonorrhea
Chlamydia
AIDS
STIs
4 cases
231 cases
878 cases
41 cases
2004:

Other
8.20%
71.70
570 cases
Hepatitis A

3 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:


Teenage Mothers 20042:
Late or No Prenatal Care 20042:
Low Birth Weight Babies 20042:
Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 20042:
Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast
Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:

19.00%
1.50%
15.70%
7.60%
5.08
50 deaths
(0.01%)
1 clinic
145,570 w/c

C
A
C
C
B
B

Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

Females in Population 20061:

COOKE
COUNTY (HR 3)

B-

50.40%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


13.40%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
83.60%
3.30%
11.80%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
1.40%
74.70

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

30 cases

Population4:

38,849

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
19 cases

0 cases

59.80%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

64 cases

1 case

2 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

18.60%

5.10%

15.10%

8.10%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

3.68

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

7 deaths
(0.04%)
1 clinic
7,970 w/c
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

C
A

50

Females in Population 20061:


49.40%
People Below Poverty Line 20041:
17.00%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
39.10%
20.30%
35.30%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:
Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:
Medicaid Covered Births 20042:
62.90%
2
Syphilis
Gonorrhea
Chlamydia
AIDS
STIs
4,157
cases
183
cases
8,539
cases
668 cases
2004:

Other
5.30%
80.50
2,024 cases
Hepatitis A

44 cases

DALLAS
COUNTY (HR 3)

CPopulation4:

2,305,455

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:


Teenage Mothers 20042:
Late or No Prenatal Care 20042:
Low Birth Weight Babies 20042:
Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 20042:
Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast
Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:
Females in Population 20061:

27.80%
5.40%
18.90%
8.20%
6.70
235 deaths
(0.03%)
13 clinics
42,786 w/c
15

F
B
C
C
C
C
D
F

50.00%

DENTON
COUNTY (HR 3)

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


8.00%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
74.40%
6.50%
13.90%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
5.30%
63.50

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

447 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 20042:


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
207 cases

11 cases

23.70%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

686 cases

31 cases

12 cases

Percent Uninsured 20054:

20.90%

2.00%

13.60%

7.10%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

5.65

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

38 deaths
(0.02%)
2 clinics
66,240 w/c
3

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Population4:

554,643

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

51

C+

D
D

ELLIS
COUNTY (HR 3)

C+
4

Population :

133,475

Females in Population 20061:


50.20%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
10.60%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
68.50%
9.00%
21.60%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
1.00%
71.40

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

81 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

35.40%

Syphilis

Gonorrhea

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

5 cases

63 cases

248 cases

6 cases

2 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

20.70%

4.70%

19.30%

6.70%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

5.01

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

15 deaths
(0.03%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

ERATH
COUNTY (HR 3)

C
34,077

50.50%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


15.30%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
80.70%
Under 1%
17.50%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
51.50

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

21 cases

Population4:

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

70.50%

Gonorrhea
14 cases

0 cases

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

103 cases

0 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:


2

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :


5

Number of Family Planning Clinics and Ratio of


Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

19.80%

5.70%

22.00%

5.70%

2.47

6 deaths
(0.04%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

D
F
A

52

Females in Population 20061:


47.10%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
15.40%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
84.70%
7.90%
6.20%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

FANNIN
COUNTY (HR 3)
Other
1.10%
71.30

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 2004 :


2

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

18 cases

58.20%

Gonorrhea
17 cases

0 cases

C
Population4:

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

55 cases

0 cases

0 cases

33,143

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

17.80%

5.10%

22.20%

10.00%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

7.33

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:

6 deaths
(0.05%)
1 clinic
5,880 w/c

Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

51.30%

GRAYSON
COUNTY (HR 3)

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


13.60%
Race2: Anglo
Black
Hispanic
83.00%
6.20%
8..40%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
2.30%
71.90

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

61 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 20042:


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
80 cases

0 cases

B-

56.60%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

236 cases

5 cases

2 cases

116,836

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

18.10%

4.80%

13.80%

8.80%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

4.22

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

12 deaths
(0.02%)
1 clinic
24,600 w/c
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

53

Population4:

D
A

HOOD
COUNTY (HR 3)

C
4

Population :

47,930

Females in Population 20061:


50.80%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
11.10%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
89.80%
Under 1%
8.80%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
1.10%
67.40

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

34 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

49.90%

Syphilis

Gonorrhea

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

3 cases

7 cases

52 cases

3 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

17.20%

5.00%

13.50%

7.30%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

11.17

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

11 deaths
(0.06%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 2006 :

HUNT
COUNTY (HR 3)

C+
Population :

82,545

50.10%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


15.30%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
77.80%
10.20%
10.30%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
1.60%
61.10

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

56 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 20042:


4

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
50 cases

1 case

52.40%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

103 cases

5 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

16.70%

5.50%

29.00%

5.90%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

8.55

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

9 deaths
(0.03%)
1 clinic
17,950 w/c
1

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

D
B

54

Females in Population 20061:


50.00%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
11.60%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
80.90%
2.60%
14.80%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

JOHNSON
COUNTY (HR 3)
Other
1.60%
67.50

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 2004 :


2

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

46.20%

Gonorrhea
57 cases

0 cases

119 cases

C
Population4:

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

204 cases

7 cases

4 cases

146,378

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

18.70%

4.90%

19.50%

6.60%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

4.86

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

17 deaths
(0.03%)
0 clinics
N/A
2

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

F
C

50.50%

KAUFMAN
COUNTY (HR 3)

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


11.50%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
74.90%
10.40%
13.50%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
1.20%
69.70

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

56 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 20042:


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
56 cases

6 cases

41.40%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

189 cases

10 cases

3 cases

Percent Uninsured 20054:

18.50%

5.20%
17.60%

B
C

6.70%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

2.39

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:

17 deaths
(0.05%)
2 clinics
2,095 w/c

Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


Late or No Prenatal Care 20042:
Low Birth Weight Babies 20042:
2

Population4:

89,131

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

55

NAVARRO
COUNTY (HR 3)

C4

Population :

48,688

Females in Population 20061:


50.40%
People Below Poverty Line 20041:
17.10%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
62.90%
16.50%
19.40%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
1.20%
65.30

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

27 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


Syphilis
Gonorrhea
STIs2
3 cases
71 cases
2004:

63.60%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

185 cases

6 cases

1 case

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

20.40%

Teenage Mothers 2004 :

6.10%

Late or No Prenatal Care 20042:

25.20%

7.50%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

11.30

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:

11 deaths
(0.06%)
1 clinic
10,240 w/c

Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

PALO PINTO
COUNTY (HR 3)

B-

50.80%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


16.10%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
80.10%
2.60%
16.20%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
1.20%
76.70

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

16 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :

Population4:

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
12 cases

0 cases

89.40%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

30 cases

0 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

18.60%

7.20%

10.90%

7.00%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

7.73

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

1 death
(0.01%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

F
A

56

Females in Population 20061:


49.30%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
10.30%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
88.30%
2.00%
8.60%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

PARKER
COUNTY (HR 3)
Other
1.10%
58.00

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 2004 :


2

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

41.20%

Gonorrhea
26 cases

1 case

56 cases

C+
Population4:

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

100 cases

8 cases

0 cases

102,803

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

16.70%

4.60%

12.90%

7.00%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

9.46

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

11 deaths
(0.03%)
0 clinics
N/A
1

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

F
B

49.90%

ROCKWALL
COUNTY (HR 3)

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


6.50%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
81.80%
3.40%
13.00%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
1.80%
70.80

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

45 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 20042:


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
13 cases

0 cases

18.90%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

50 cases

2 cases

2 cases

Percent Uninsured 20054:

17.80%

2.10%

11.40%

6.90%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

5.85

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

9 deaths
(0.04%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Population4:

62,947

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

57

B-

F
A

SOMERVELL
COUNTY (HR 3)

C+
4

Population :

7,580

Females in Population 20061:


49.90%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
10.20%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
84.20%
Under 1%
14.60%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
62.50

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

6 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

48.80%

Syphilis

Gonorrhea

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

0 cases

0 cases

3 cases

0 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

18.90%

3.20%

22.60%

6.50%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

10.75

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

0 deaths
(0.00%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 2006 :

TARRANT
COUNTY (HR 3)

CPopulation4:

1,620,480

F
A

50.20%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


12.80%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
57.70%
13.40%
23.60%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:
Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:
Medicaid Covered Births 20042:
2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
2,257 cases

66 cases

Other
5.40%
75.90
1, 551
cases

45.20%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

4,695 cases

177 cases

41 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

22.80%

4.60%

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


Low Birth Weight Babies 20042:

19.90%
7.50%

D
C

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 20042:

6.41

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from


Breast Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

177 deaths
(0.03%)
4 clinics
93,338 w/c
5

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

D
F

58

Females in Population 20061:


49.70%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
10.50%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
85.70%
1.20%
12.10%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

WISE
COUNTY (HR 3)
Other
1.00%
61.20

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 2004 :


2

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
10 cases

1 case

B-

39 cases

40.60%

Population4:

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

56 cases

2 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

17.90%

3.40%

13.80%

8.10%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

7.30

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from


Breast Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

5 deaths
(0.02%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

59

F
A

56,697

ANDERSON
COUNTY (HR 4)

C
4

Population :

12,749

Females in Population 20061:


39.50%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
21.00%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
62.50%
23.30%
13.30%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
82.30

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

24 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

66.10%

Syphilis

Gonorrhea

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

3 cases

51 cases

127 cases

7 cases

1 case

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

23.00%

6.10%

12.40%

6.30%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

4.48

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

5 deaths
(0.03%)
0 clinics
N/A
1

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

BOWIE
COUNTY (HR 4)

C90,644

49.60%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


17.40%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
69.00%
24.40%
5.30%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
1.30%
64.40

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

20 cases

Population4:

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

0 cases

Gonorrhea
175 cases

58.70%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

320 cases

9 cases

3 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

20.00%

4.90%

20.40%

12.20%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

8.87

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from


Breast Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

14 deaths
(0.04%)
1 clinic
18,450 w/c
2

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

D
C

60

Females in Population 20061:


51.10%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
17.10%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
63.70%
18.50%
17.20%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

CAMP
COUNTY (HR 4)
Other
Under 1%
83.90

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 2004 :


2

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

38.80%

Gonorrhea
11 cases

0 cases

13 cases

C+
Population4:

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

31 cases

0 cases

0 cases

12.239

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

19.50%

8.30%

18.10%

6.20%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

1 death
(0.02%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

F
A

51.80%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


17.30%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
77.30%
20.10%
1.90%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
61.50

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

12 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 20042:


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
44 cases

0 cases

63.20%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

65 cases

0 cases

0 cases

Percent Uninsured 20054:

16.50%

6.50%

13.80%

10.40%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

2.96

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

6 deaths
(0.05%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Population4:

30,156

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

61

CASS
COUNTY (HR 4)

F
A

CHEROKEE
COUNTY (HR 4)

C+
4

Population :

48,465

Females in Population 20061:


49.50%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
18.20%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
67.60%
15.90%
15.70%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
77.80

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

38 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

61.10%

Syphilis

Gonorrhea

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

1 case

93 cases

177 cases

4 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

19.50%

5.00%

19.40%

9.50%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

10.07

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:

4 deaths
(0.02%)
5 clinics
1,928 w/c

Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

DELTA
COUNTY (HR 4)

B5,482

51.20%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


15.90%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
87.40%
8.70%
3.10%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
50.60

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

1 case

Population4:

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
4 cases

0 cases

56.40%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

8 cases

0 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

17.00%

4.00%

18.00%

8.00%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

1 death
(0.04%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

F
A

62

Females in Population 20061:


51.10%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
13.60%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
85.10%
4.10%
10.10%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

FRANKLIN
COUNTY (HR 4)
Other
Under 1%
72.80

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 2004 :


2

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

48.10%

Gonorrhea
4 cases

0 cases

4 cases

C
Population4:

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

13 cases

0 cases

0 cases

10,202

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

17.60%

4.90%

15.40%

9.80%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

2 deaths
(0.05%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

F
A

51.40%

GREGG
COUNTY (HR 4)

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


16.30%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
66.20%
20.40%
12.00%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
1.50%
80.00

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

69 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 20042:


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
274 cases

2 cases

71.50%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

577 cases

24 cases

1 case

Percent Uninsured 20054:

20.40%

6.20%

17.30%

9.50%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

7.45

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

11 deaths
(0.02%)
1 clinic
25,390 w/c
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Population4:

115,651

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

63

D
A

HARRISON
COUNTY (HR 4)

C+
4

Population :

63,460

Females in Population 20061:


51.20%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
15.80%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
68.50%
23.70%
7.00%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
62.30

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

32 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

59.20%

Syphilis

Gonorrhea

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

0 cases

124 cases

183 cases

7 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

18.60%

4.60%

12.90%

9.50%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

4.96

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

10 deaths
(0.04%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

HENDERSON
COUNTY (HR 4)

C
Population4:

80,019

F
A

50.90%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


16.70%
2
Race :
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
84.10%
6.60%
8.40%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
68.00

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

44 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 20042:


STIs2
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
43 cases

3 cases

71.10%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

129 cases

7 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

17.50%

6.30%

15.40%

9.20%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

6.40

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

14 deaths
(0.04%)
0 clinics
N/A
1

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

F
B

64

Females in Population 20061:


50.70%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
14.50%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
80.10%
8.20%
10.80%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

HOPKINS
COUNTY (HR 4)
Other
Under 1%
68.20

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 2004 :


2

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

63.60%

Gonorrhea
17 cases

0 cases

17 cases

C+
Population4:

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

59 cases

1 case

0 cases

33,382

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

18.60%

5.60%

10.50%

8.10%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

6.96

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

4 deaths
(0.03%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

F
A

52.30%

LAMAR
COUNTY (HR 4)

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


17.70%
Race2: Anglo
Black
Hispanic
80.50%
14.10%
3.80%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
1.70%
69.90

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

40 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 20042:


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

0 cases

Gonorrhea
73 cases

65.10%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

187 cases

7 cases

0 cases

49,646

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

17.30%

5.50%

25.50%

10.60%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

5.81

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from


Breast Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

9 deaths
(0.04%)
1 clinic
10,560 w/c
1

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

65

Population4:

C
B

MARION
COUNTY (HR 4)

C+
4

Population :

10,955

Females in Population 20061:


51.50%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
21.60%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
73.00%
23.60%
2.40%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
1.00%
68.00

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

4 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


STIs2
2004:

72.90%

Syphilis

Gonorrhea

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

0 cases

11 cases

21 cases

0 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

16.50%

10.70%

17.50%

5.00%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

8.26

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

1 death
(0.02%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

MORRIS
COUNTY (HR 4)

C-

52.20%

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


16.40%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
70.40%
24.70%
4.10%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
69.30

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

6 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :

12,938

Population4:

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
13 cases

0 cases

58.40%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

44 cases

0 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

17.00%

8.60%

13.00%

10.50%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

12.35

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

4 deaths
(0.07%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

F
A

66

Females in Population 20061:


51.70%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
14.20%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
76.90%
18.40%
4.10%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

PANOLA
COUNTY (HR 4)
Other
Under 1%
66.80

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 2004 :


2

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

58.70%

Gonorrhea
21 cases

1 case

3 cases

CPopulation4:

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

56 cases

1 case

0 cases

22,999

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20053:

17.40%

7.00%

17.10%

7.70%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

20.98

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

7 deaths
(0.07%)
0 clinics
N/A
1

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

F
B

49.70%

RAINS
COUNTY (HR 4)

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


14.40%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
90.50%
2.80%
5.50%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
1.20%
65.30

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

5 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 20042:


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
2 cases

0 cases

C-

60.00%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

5 cases

0 cases

0 cases

11,306

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

17.60%

6.10%

18.30%

9.60%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

8.70

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

4 deaths
(0.09%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

67

Population4:

F
A

RED RIVER
COUNTY (HR 4)

D
4

Population :

13,577

Females in Population 20061:


51.90%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
18.40%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
75.60%
18.30%
5.40%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
57.00

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

7 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

55.40%

Syphilis

Gonorrhea

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

0 cases

10 cases

28 cases

1 case

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

16.70%

9.00%

32.20%

13.80%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

13.80

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

2 deaths
(0.03%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

RUSK
COUNTY (HR 4)

C47,972

Females in Population 20061:


48.60%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
15.20%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
70.10%
18.90%
10.20%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
70.90

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

16 cases

Population4:

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
45 cases

0 cases

56.50%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

110 cases

6 cases

1 case

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

19.50%

4.90%

19.20%

9.20%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

11.33

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

9 deaths
(0.05%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

F
A

68

Females in Population 20061:


51.80%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
14.50%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
65.40%
19.00%
14.20%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:
Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:
Medicaid Covered Births 20042:
2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Other
1.50%
74.50
130 cases

66.00%

Gonorrhea
379 cases

1 case

SMITH
COUNTY (HR 4)

C
Population4:

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

810 cases

25 cases

1 case

190,595

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:


2

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :

20.20%

5.00%

25.20%

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :

8.70%

D
D

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 20042:

6.60

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from


Breast Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

22 deaths
(0.03%)
1 clinic
40,770 w/c
0

Females in Population 20061:

D
A

49.90%

TITUS
COUNTY (HR 4)

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


16.00%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
56.00%
10.60%
32.40%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
1.00%
97.60

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

27 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 20042:


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

0 cases

Gonorrhea
28 cases

83.40%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

110 cases

5 cases

2 cases

Percent Uninsured 20054:

22.30%

Teenage Mothers 20042:

7.10%

Late or No Prenatal Care 20042:

15.20%

7.50%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

8.50

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

6 deaths
(0.05%)
1 clinic
6,250 w/c
0

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Population4:

29,446

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

69

C
A

UPSHUR
COUNTY (HR 4)

C+
4

Population :

37,882

Females in Population 20061:


51.20%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
15.70%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
83.70%
10.20%
5.10%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
1.00%
64.20

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

27 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

54.80%

Syphilis

Gonorrhea

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

0 cases

21 cases

60 cases

2 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

18.10%

5.70%

14.90%

6.60%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

5.18

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

9 deaths
(0.06%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

VAN ZANDT
COUNTY (HR 4)

BPopulation4:

52,494

F
A

Females in Population 20061:


50.70%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
13.70%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
88.70%
3.00%
7.60%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
65.90

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

35 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 20042:


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

0 cases

Gonorrhea
15 cases

50.40%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

41 cases

2 cases

1 case

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

17.40%

Teenage Mothers 20042:

3.70%

17.50%

7.50%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

3.34

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

7 deaths
(0.03%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

F
A

70

Females in Population 20061:


50.80%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
14.50%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
86.70%
6.10%
6.50%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

WOOD
COUNTY (HR 4)
Other
Under 1%
71.60

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 2004 :


2

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
7 cases

0 cases

15 cases

57.50%

Population4:

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

50 cases

1 case

0 case

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

16.70%

4.20%

19.20%

9.50%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

2.02

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

2 deaths
(0.01%)
0 clinics
N/A
1

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

71

C+

F
B

40,858

ANGELINA
COUNTY (HR 5)

B4

Population :

81,558

Females in Population 20061:


50.80%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
17.30%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
66.80%
14.60%
17.50%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
1.10%
78.10

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

39 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

63.00%

Syphilis

Gonorrhea

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

2 cases

127 cases

261 cases

6 cases

1 case

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

19.70%

5.20%

11.50%

7.30%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

7.76

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

11 deaths
(0.03%)
1 clinic
17,850 w/c
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

HARDIN
COUNTY (HR 5)

50.70%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


12.70%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
89.20%
7.20%
2.90%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
69.20

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

30 cases

Population4:

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
26 cases

0 cases

8.60%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

75 cases

2 cases

1 case

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

20.30%

2.40%

12.30%

8.10%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

8.51

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

15 deaths
(0.07%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

F
A

72

Females in Population 20061:


46.20%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
21.70%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
63.10%
28.00%
8.40%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

HOUSTON
COUNTY (HR 5)
Other
Under 1%
65.90

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 2004 :


2

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

67.30%

Gonorrhea
23 cases

0 cases

12 cases

C+
Population4:

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

46 cases

5 cases

0 cases

23,218

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

18.10%

4.90%

11.20%

8.50%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

4.04

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

5 deaths
(0.06%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

F
A

51.30%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


18.70%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
76.90%
17.90%
4.40%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
71.30

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

13 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 20042:


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
23 cases

0 cases

74.50%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

92 cases

0 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

17.40%

4.70%

18.30%

10.00%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

14.31

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

5 deaths
(0.03%)
3 clinics
2,507 w/c
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

73

A
A

JASPER
COUNTY (HR 5)

C+
Population4:

35,587

JEFFERSON
COUNTY (HR 5)

D
Population4:

247,572

Females in Population 20061:


49.40%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
18.70%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
48.50%
34.40%
13.00%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
4.10%
68.90

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:


Medicaid Covered Births 20042:
33.70%
STIs2
2004:

129 cases

Syphilis

Gonorrhea

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

4 cases

484 cases

491 cases

42
cases

11 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

25.70%

5.70%

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


Low Birth Weight Babies 20042:

14.20%
9.80%

B
F

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 20042:

6.38

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from


Breast Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

45 deaths
(0.05%)
0 clinics
N/A
3

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

NACOGDOCHES
COUNTY (HR 5)

C-

51.70%

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


20.10%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
68.40%
16.90%
13.50%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
1.20%
67.10

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

19 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :

60,469

Population4:

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

0 cases

Gonorrhea
74 cases

70.70%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

223 cases

8 cases

2 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:


2

20.30%

Teenage Mothers 2004 :

6.10%

Late or No Prenatal Care 20042:

20.70%

Low Birth Weight Babies 20042:

9.50%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

8.06

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from


Breast Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

10 deaths
(0.04%)
1 clinic
15,500 w/c
1

D
B

74

Females in Population 20061:


48.90%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
21.10%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
74.60%
20.80%
3.60%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

NEWTON
COUNTY (HR 5)
Other
Under 1%
51.30

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 2004 :


2

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

85.60%

Gonorrhea
14 cases

0 cases

3 cases

C
Population4:

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

27 cases

0 cases

0 cases

14,311

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

17.90%

4.30%

19.60%

12.10%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

14.18

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:

3 deaths
(0.05%)
1 clinic
3,020 w/c

Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

51.10%

ORANGE
COUNTY (HR 5)

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


15.00%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
85.00%
9.00%
4.30%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
1.60%
63.80

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

34 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 20042:


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
33 cases

1 case

15.90%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

120 cases

4 cases

1 case

84,984

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

20.60%

4.70%

12.40%

9.40%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

5.56

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and Ratio of
Women Needing Services per Available Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

13 deaths
(0.04%)
1 clinic
18,520 w/c
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

75

Population4:

D
A

POLK
COUNTY (HR 5)

B4

Population :

46,642

Females in Population 20061:


48.70%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
16.50%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
75.40%
12.50%
10.00%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
2.10%
69.10

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

17 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

76.30%

Syphilis

Gonorrhea

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

0 cases

44 cases

78 cases

4 cases

3 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

17.80%

6.50%

9.90%

7.70%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

7.88

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

2 deaths
(0.01%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

SABINE
COUNTY (HR 5)

B10,419

52.00%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


16.40%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
87.40%
10.20%
1.90%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
73.50

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

3 cases

Population4:

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
6 cases

0 cases

55.60%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

22 cases

0 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:


2

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :


Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast
Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

15.10%

7.70%

11.30%

5.10%

8.55
1 death
(0.02%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

D
B
F
A

76

Females in Population 20061:


52.50%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
20.20%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
66.60%
29.20%
4.00%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

SAN AUGUSTINE
COUNTY (HR 5)
Other
Under 1%
69.20

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 2004 :


2

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

73.60%

Gonorrhea
6 cases

0 cases

2 cases

C
Population4:

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

14 cases

0 cases

0 cases

8,910

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

16.20%

6.60%

24.80%

9.40%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

1 death
(0.03%)
0 clinics
N/A
1

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

F
B

50.10%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


17.90%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
81.90%
12.50%
4.80%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
57.90

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

4 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 20042:


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
5 cases

0 cases

B-

66.80%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

31 cases

2 cases

0 cases

Percent Uninsured 20054:

17.70%

5.50%

11.10%

7.20%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

4.44

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from


Breast Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

3 deaths
(0.03%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Population4:

24,802

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

77

SAN JACINTO
COUNTY (HR 5)

F
A

SHELBY
COUNTY (HR 5)

D
4

Population :

26,347

Females in Population 20061:


51.40%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
18.30%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
67.70%
19.70%
11.90%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
83.20

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

7 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

60.30%

Syphilis

Gonorrhea

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

0 cases

24 cases

52 cases

2 cases

1 case

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

19.30%

7.60%

20.10%

10.30%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

7.39

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

4 deaths
(0.04%)
0 clinics
N/A
1

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

TRINITY
COUNTY (HR 5)

C
14,364

52.10%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


18.10%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
81.60%
12.30%
5.50%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
68.90

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

3 cases

Population4:

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
12 cases

1 case

64.80%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

16 cases

4 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

16.30%

6.60%

9.80%

12.70%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

12.05

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

2 deaths
(0.03%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

F
A

78

Females in Population 20061:


48.30%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
18.10%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
83.80%
12.00%
3.50%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

TYLER
COUNTY (HR 5)
Other
Under 1%
70.10

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 2004 :


2

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
8 cases

0 cases

8 cases

59.20%

Population4:

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

26 cases

5 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

17.30%

7.90%

17.40%

9.50%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

7.90

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from


Breast Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

2 deaths
(0.02%)
0 clinics
N/A
1

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

79

F
B

20,618

AUSTIN
COUNTY (HR 6)

C
4

Population :

26,123

Females in Population 20061:


50.40%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
11.20%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
70.30%
10.80%
18.30%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
69.40

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

9 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

46.90%

Syphilis

Gonorrhea

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

0 cases

5 cases

29 cases

1 case

1 case

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

21.10%

3.80%

15.60%

5.80%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

11.63

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

6 deaths
(0.06%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

BRAZORIA
COUNTY (HR 6)

B278,484

48.70%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


10.90%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
62.90%
8.70%
25.30%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
3.10%
76.80

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

153 cases

Population4:

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
139 cases

4 cases

36.90%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

532 cases

19 cases

7 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

19.70%

4.20%

13.50%

7.80%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

5.83

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

31 deaths
(0.03%)
2 clinics
29,470 w/c
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

D
A

80

Females in Population 20061:


49.80%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
10.70%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
76.60%
9.60%
12.60%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

CHAMBERS
COUNTY (HR 6)
Other
1.10%
58.10

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 2004 :


2

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

21 cases

38.60%

Gonorrhea
15 cases

0 cases

BPopulation4:

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

26 cases

1 case

0 cases

28,412

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

20.90%

3.30%

12.20%

6.10%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

11.11

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

2 deaths
(0.02%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

F
A

51.00%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


14.70%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
62.40%
15.20%
21.90%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
62.40

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

2 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 20042:


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
16 cases

0 cases

56.50%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

28 cases

2 cases

1 case

Percent Uninsured 20054:

19.40%

6.10%

15.90%

11.30%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

8.08

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

1 death
(0.01%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Population4:

20,736

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

81

COLORADO
COUNTY (HR 6)

F
A

FORT BEND
COUNTY (HR 6)

C+
Population4:

463,652

Females in Population 20061:


50.20%
People Below Poverty Line 20041:
8.10%
2
Race :
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
44.00%
21.00%
22.10%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:
Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:
Medicaid Covered Births 20042:
28.50%
2
Syphilis
Gonorrhea
Chlamydia
AIDS
STIs
6
cases
131
cases
481
cases
18 cases
2004:

Other
12.90%
64.80
230 cases
Hepatitis A

9 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:


Teenage Mothers 20042:
Late or No Prenatal Care 20042:
Low Birth Weight Babies 20042:
Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 20042:
Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from
Breast Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

GALVESTON
COUNTY (HR 6)

B-

D
C

Other
3.20%
69.00

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

158 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :

277,566

F
A
A
C
B
C

Females in Population 20061:


51.00%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
13.40%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
61.30%
15.20%
20.30%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:
2

Population4:

27.90%
2.60%
11.10%
8.10%
5.03
42 deaths
(0.03%)
5 clinics
19,794 w/c
2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
365 cases

6 cases

51.50%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

975 cases

57 cases

2 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

18.40%

4.60%

10.10%

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :

8.60%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 20042:

6.82

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:

31 deaths
(0.03%)
3 clinics
20,047 w/c

Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

D
82

Females in Population 20061:


49.90%
People Below Poverty Line 20041:
16.80%
Race2: Anglo
Black
Hispanic
37.70%
17.90%
37.90%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:
Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:
Medicaid Covered Births 20042:
Syphilis
Gonorrhea
STIs2
213 cases 4,670 cases
2004:

Other
6.50%
79.50
2,154 cases

54.40%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

12,056 cases

991 cases

136 cases

HARRIS
COUNTY (HR 6)

CPopulation4:

3,693,051

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

30.20%

Teenage Mothers 20042:


Late or No Prenatal Care 20042:
Low Birth Weight Babies 20042:
Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 20042:
Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from
Breast Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

4.30%
18.00%
8.20%
6.50
375 deaths
(0.03%)
26 clinics
33,503 w/c
17

A
C
C
C
C

Females in Population 20061:

D
F

51.00%

LIBERTY
COUNTY (HR 6)

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


16.00%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
73.10%
12.90%
13.00%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
1.00%
63.40

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

37 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 20042:


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
61 cases

5 cases

33.00%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

134 cases

4 cases

1 case

Percent Uninsured 20054:

20.70%

5.70%

13.70%

8.20%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

16.40

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

14 deaths
(0.05%)
0 clinics
N/A
1

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Population4:

75,142

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

83

C-

F
B

MATAGORDA
COUNTY (HR 6)

C4

Population :

37,849

Females in Population 20061:


50.10%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
18.30%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
50.20%
12.60%
34.00%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
3.20%
77.60

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

19 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

84.20%

Syphilis

Gonorrhea

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

1 case

16 cases

106 cases

1 case

2 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

22.10%

9.20%

17.40%

7.30%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

9.50

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:

4 deaths
(0.03%)
1 clinic
8,290 w/c

Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

MONTGOMERY
COUNTY (HR 6)

C+

Females in Population 20061:


50.30%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
10.20%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
80.10%
3.50%
14.60%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
1.80%
68.40

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

190 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :

Population4:

378,035

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
81 cases

3 cases

35.40%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

390 cases

22 cases

21 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

20.60%

3.40%

11.40%

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :

7.60%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 20042:

14.29

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

29 deaths
(0.02%)
3 clinics
25,633 w/c
1

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

D
B

84

Females in Population 20061:


39.60%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
20.90%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
60.30%
23.60%
14.70%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

WALKER
COUNTY (HR 6)
Other
1.30%
46.60

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 2004 :


2

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
26 cases

0 cases

C+

15 cases

53.80%

Population4:

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

130 cases

5 cases

0 cases

62,737

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

22.00%

2.70%

9.70%

8.30%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

8.49

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:

3 deaths
(0.01%)
1 clinic
12,720 w/c

Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

C
B

Females in Population 20061:


50.20%
People Below Poverty Line 20041:
17.30%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
49.10%
27.90%
22.30%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
59.50

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

19 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
52 cases

0 cases

78.60%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

131 cases

4 cases

0 cases

Percent Uninsured 20054:

26.20%

Teenage Mothers 2004 :

4.20%

Late or No Prenatal Care 20042:

16.70%

7.40%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

5.70

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:

6 deaths
(0.04%)
1 clinic
8,590 w/c

Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Population4:

34,822

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

85

WALLER
COUNTY (HR 6)

WHARTON
COUNTY (HR 6)

C4

Population :

41,554

Females in Population 20061:


50.70%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
15.40%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
50.50%
14.80%
34.10%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
78.50

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

19 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

71.60%

Syphilis

Gonorrhea

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

0 cases

23 cases

96 cases

2 cases

1 case

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

21.90%

7.20%

31.30%

7.10%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

11.08

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

4 deaths
(0.02%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

F
A

86

Females in Population 20061:


48.90%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
12.70%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
63.80%
8.30%
26.90%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

BASTROP
COUNTY (HR 7)
Other
1.00%
63.10

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 2004 :


2

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
45 cases

0 cases

B-

29 cases

45.90%

Population4:

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

128 cases

3 cases

2 cases

69,934

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

17.40%

6.20%

14.90%

6.10%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

5.74

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

7 deaths
(0.03%)
1 clinic
14,390 w/c
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

C
A

Females in Population 20061:


50.80%
People Below Poverty Line 20041:
13.20%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
54.40%
22.10%
18.70%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
4.70%
83.70

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

220 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


Syphilis
Gonorrhea
STIs2
699 cases
2 cases
2004:

BELL
COUNTY (HR 7)

33.00%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

1,961 cases

11 cases

2 cases

Percent Uninsured 20054:


2

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


Low Birth Weight Babies 20042:

17.40%

3.80%

A
A

7.80%
9.60%
2

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :


Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast
Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

9.36
20 deaths
(0.02%)
3 clinics
19,363 w/c
2

Population4:

256,057

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

87

C+

F
D
B
D
C

BLANCO
COUNTY (HR 7)

C+
4

Population :

9,112

Females in Population 20061:


50.30%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
10.30%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
82.80%
Under 1%
15.90%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
70.30

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

6 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

41.90%

Syphilis

Gonorrhea

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

0 cases

5 cases

8 cases

0 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

19.50%

0.00%

12.60%

7.20%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

27.03

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

0 deaths
(0.00%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

BOSQUE
COUNTY (HR 7)

C-

50.90%

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


13.80%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
83.30%
2.00%
14.10%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
60.20

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

6 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :

18,056

Population4:

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
5 cases

0 cases

58.20%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

26 cases

0 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

17.70%

7.50%

29.30%

7.50%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

10.75

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

4 deaths
(0.05%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

F
A

88

Females in Population 20061:


49.10%
People Below Poverty Line 20041:
19.00%
2
Race :
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
64.40%
10.80%
20.00%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:
Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:
Medicaid Covered Births 20042:
51.40%
2
Syphilis
Gonorrhea
Chlamydia
AIDS
STIs
143
cases
2
cases
615
cases
21 cases
2004:

BRAZOS
COUNTY (HR 7)

Other
4.90%
51.90
75 cases

B-

Hepatitis A

8 cases

Population4:

156,306

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:


Teenage Mothers 20042:
Late or No Prenatal Care 20042:
Low Birth Weight Babies 20042:
Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 20042:
Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from
Breast Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:
Females in Population 20061:

18.40%
5.10%
10.70%
7.30%
3.78
16 deaths
(0.02%)
3 clinics
15,713 w/c
3

B
B
A
C
B
B
D
D

51.00%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


15.40%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
68.40%
15.10%
15.90%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
70.30

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

7 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 20042:


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
15 cases

0 cases

B-

52.10%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

42 cases

1 case

1 case

Percent Uninsured 20054:

18.80%

4.80%

14.20%

6.10%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

4.33

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

2 deaths
(0.03%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Population4:

17,239

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

89

BURLESON
COUNTY (HR 7)

F
A

BURNET
COUNTY (HR 7)

C+
4

Population :

41,677

Females in Population 20061:


51.90%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
11.80%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
81.70%
1.40%
16.10%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
69.90

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

13 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

58.40%

Syphilis

Gonorrhea

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

0 cases

9 cases

53 cases

1 case

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

17.80%

3.30%

21.00%

7.00%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

8.25

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

4 deaths
(0.03%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

CALDWELL
COUNTY (HR 7)

C
36,524

50.50%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


14.70%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
48.20%
8.50%
42.50%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
76.30

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

20 cases

Population4:

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
18 cases

0 cases

56.90%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

74 cases

3 cases

4 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

23.90%

5.00%

16.20%

7.80%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

6.96

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

5 deaths
(0.04%)
2 clinics
4,070 w/c
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

B
A

90

Females in Population 20061:


49.80%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
13.70%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
60.00%
22.30%
13.90%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

CORYELL
COUNTY (HR 7)
Other
3.90%
40.10

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 2004 :


2

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
4 cases

0 cases

B-

29 cases

33.00%

Population4:

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

138 cases

5 cases

2 cases

75,804

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

17.70%

3.10%

11.20%

8.20%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

10.05

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from


Breast Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

7 deaths
(0.02%)
1 clinics
20,260 w/c
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:


54.00%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
21.70%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
54.20%
27.30%
18.00%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:
Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:
Medicaid Covered Births 20042:
51.40%
2
Syphilis
Gonorrhea
Chlamydia
AIDS
STIs
60 cases
0 cases
140 cases
0 cases
2004:

D
A

Other
Under 1%
50.10
9 cases
Hepatitis A

0 cases

C
Population4:

17,648

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

91

FALLS
COUNTY (HR 7)

Percent Uninsured 20054:


Teenage Mothers 20042:

19.50%
7.20%

C
D

Late or No Prenatal Care 20042:


Low Birth Weight Babies 20042:
Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 20042:
Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast
Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:

21.70%
12.00%
24.04
0 deaths
(0.00%)
1 clinic
4,340 w/c

D
F
F
A

Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

FAYETTE
COUNTY (HR 7)

B
4

Population :

22,538

Females in Population 20061:


51.10%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
12.30%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
77.00%
7.10%
15.30%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
60.90

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

12 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

51.00%

Syphilis

Gonorrhea

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

0 cases

11 cases

35 cases

0 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

17.70%

3.40%

15.70%

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 20042:

8.00%
0.00

C
A

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:

1 death
(0.01%)
1 clinic
4,170 w/c

Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

FREESTONE
COUNTY (HR 7)

46.90%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


15.20%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
71.10%
18.70%
9.60%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
67.90

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

10 cases

Population4:

18,803

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
10 cases

3 cases

61.00%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

30 cases

2 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

18.70%

5.20%

15.90%

9.40%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

4.69

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

4 deaths
(0.06%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

F
A

92

Females in Population 20061:


46.50%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
16.90%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
63.20%
19.20%
17.00%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

GRIMES
COUNTY (HR 7)
Other
Under 1%
76.50

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 2004 :


2

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

50.60%

Gonorrhea
24 cases

0 cases

9 cases

C
Population4:

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

81 cases

2 cases

0 cases

25,193

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

20.00%

6.70%

11.50%

9.30%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

11.66

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:

5 deaths
(0.06%)
1 clinic
4,970 w/c

Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

B
A

51.50%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


15.30%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
90.90%
Under 1%
8.20%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
58.40

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

3 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 20042:


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
0 cases

0 cases

B-

53.70%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

5 cases

0 cases

2 cases

Percent Uninsured 20054:

16.50%

6.60%

29.30%

5.30%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

0 deaths
(0.00%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Population4:

8,105

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

93

HAMILTON
COUNTY (HR 7)

F
A

HAYS
COUNTY (HR 7)

B
4

Population :

124,433

Females in Population 20061:


49.60%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
12.60%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
64.60%
3.70%
30.30%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
1.50%
54.80

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

41 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

34.00%

Syphilis

Gonorrhea

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

1 case

55 cases

567 cases

7 cases

2 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

18.70%

4.30%

12.40%

6.60%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

2.94

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

17 deaths
(0.03%)
3 clinics
9,903 w/c
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

HILL
COUNTY (HR 7)

B-

Other
Under 1%
72.50

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

16 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :

35,426

Females in Population 20061:


50.40%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
16.20%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
76.10%
7.50%
15.80%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:
2

Population4:

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
26 cases

0 cases

67.10%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

44 cases

0 cases

2 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:


2

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

18.70%

5.30%

22.00%

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :

6.00%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 20042:

8.83

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:

3 deaths
(0.02%)
1 clinic
6,870 w/c

Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

C
A

94

Females in Population 20061:


51.30%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
14.10%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
79.70%
3.00%
15.90%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

LAMPASAS
COUNTY (HR 7)
Other
1.40%
59.00

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 2004 :


2

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
11 cases

0 cases

9 cases

52.60%

Population4:

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

35 cases

1 case

1 case

19,669

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

19.00%

5.00%

16.40%

6.70%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

12.56

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

3 deaths
(0.04%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

F
A

Females in Population 20061:


49.40%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
11.70%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
66.50%
12.00%
20.90%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
60.80

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

9 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 20042:


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
14 cases

0 cases

B+

48.40%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

21 cases

5 cases

0 cases

Percent Uninsured 20054:

19.80%

4.50%

14.90%

6.50%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:

0 deaths
(0.00%)
1 clinic
3,500 w/c

Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Population4:

16,526

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

95

LEE
COUNTY (HR 7)

LEON
COUNTY (HR 7)

B
4

Population :

16,346

Females in Population 20061:


50.70%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
13.90%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
80.40%
10.20%
8.80%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
73.00

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

8 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

45.30%

Syphilis

Gonorrhea

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

1 case

11 cases

22 cases

0 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

17.30%

5.10%

14.40%

7.60%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

10.10

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:

0 deaths
(0.00%)
1 clinic
3,020 w/c

Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

LIMESTONE
COUNTY (HR 7)

C+

48.90%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


17.80%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
64.90%
19.30%
15.30%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
69.40

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

9 cases

Population4:

22,765

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
39 cases

3 cases

67.00%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

82 cases

2 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

19.40%

4.40%

36.70%

6.70%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

11.11

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

1 death
(0.01%)
1 clinic
4,370 w/c
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

B
A

96

Females in Population 20061:


51.30%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
12.30%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
93.30%
Under 1%
5.30%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

LLANO
COUNTY (HR 7)
Other
Under 1%
63.50

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 2004 :


2

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

63.50%

Gonorrhea
0 cases

0 cases

3 cases

B
Population4:

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

22 cases

0 cases

0 cases

18,237

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

14.50%

4.20%

22.20%

2.80%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

2 deaths
(0.02%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

F
A

40.80%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


20.20%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
60.50%
22.20%
16.60%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
73.90

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

6 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 20042:


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
8 cases

0 cases

66.70%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

22 cases

1 case

1 case

Percent Uninsured 20054:

21.30%

6.90%

8.60%

13.10%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

20.69

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

3 deaths
(0.07%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Population4:

13,168

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

97

MADISON
COUNTY (HR 7)

F
A

MCLENNAN
COUNTY (HR 7)

C
Population4:

224,669

Females in Population 20061:


51.30%
People Below Poverty Line 20041:
18.30%
2
Race :
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
61.50%
15.50%
21.30%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:
Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:
Medicaid Covered Births 20042:
56.60%
2
Syphilis
Gonorrhea
Chlamydia
AIDS
STIs
43
cases
545
cases
1,137
cases
12 cases
2004:

Other
1.80%
65.20
164 cases
Hepatitis A

1 case

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:


Teenage Mothers 20042:
Late or No Prenatal Care 20042:
Low Birth Weight Babies 20042:
Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 20042:
Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast
Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

MILAM
COUNTY (HR 7)

C-

D
A

Other
Under 1%
86.20

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

16 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :

25,356

A
C
F
C
D
B

Females in Population 20061:


50.50%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
16.60%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
67.50%
11.20%
20.60%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:
2

Population4:

16.70%
5.90%
30.10%
7.80%
11.03
22 deaths
(0.02%)
1 clinics
52,290 w/c
0

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
29 cases

0 cases

58.00%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

75 cases

0 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:


2

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

19.20%

5.60%

15.50%

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :

11.70%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 20042:

15.15

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:

6 deaths
(0.06%)
1 clinic
5,070 w/c

Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

B
A

98

Females in Population 20061:


50.00%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
16.00%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
84.90%
1.20%
13.50%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

MILLS
COUNTY (HR 7)
Other
Under 1%
67.80

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 2004 :


2

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

62.10%

Gonorrhea
1 case

0 cases

1 case

B
Population4:

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

4 cases

0 cases

0 cases

5,238

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

17.20%

7.40%

11.10%

1.90%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

0 deaths
(0.00%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

F
A

52.00%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


18.80%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
59.30%
23.90%
16.10%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
73.60

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

8 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 20042:


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
34 cases

0 cases

60.20%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

46 cases

2 cases

4 cases

Percent Uninsured 20054:

18.70%

6.00%

13.30%

8.30%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

18.52

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

4 deaths
(0.06%)
1 clinic
3,210 w/c
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Population4:

16,195

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

99

ROBERTSON
COUNTY (HR 7)

B
A

SAN SABA
COUNTY (HR 7)

B
4

Population :

6,078

Females in Population 20061:


47.10%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
18.20%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
73.70%
2.40%
23.30%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
59.90

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

1 case

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

81.40%

Syphilis

Gonorrhea

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

0 cases

0 cases

7 cases

0 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

19.20%

5.20%

26.30%

6.90%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

0 deaths
(0.00%)
1 clinic
1,010 w/c
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

TRAVIS
COUNTY (HR 7)

C+

Other
5.70%
69.30

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

514 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :

888,185

Females in Population 20061:


48.20%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
14.30%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
53.40%
9.10%
31.80%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:
2

Population4:

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

56 cases

Gonorrhea
1,259 cases

45.60%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

3,422 cases

161 cases

17 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:


2

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

19.30%

4.00%

17.50%

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :

7.10%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 20042:

5.83

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from


Breast Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:

81 deaths
(0.02%)
16 clinics
13,783 w/c

Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

C
D

100

Females in Population 20061:


51.00%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
13.60%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
69.60%
18.60%
10.30%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

WASHINGTON
COUNTY (HR 7)
Other
1.50%
69.00

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 2004 :


2

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
22 cases

1 case

C+

12 cases

55.00%

Population4:

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

87 cases

1 case

0 cases

31,523

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

18.30%

6.50%

21.90%

9.30%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

4.66

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:

4 deaths
(0.03%)
1 clinic
6,560 w/c

Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:


50.00%
People Below Poverty Line 20041:
7.10%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
72.30%
5.40%
18.90%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:
Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:
2

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


Syphilis
Gonorrhea
STIs2
105 cases
0 cases
2004:

Other
3.40%
76.40
161 cases

29.20%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

431 cases

11 cases

4 cases

Percent Uninsured 20054:

21.20%

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


Late or No Prenatal Care 20042:
Low Birth Weight Babies 20042:

2.30%
9.40%
6.40%

A
A
B

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 20042:

3.70

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

27 deaths
(0.02%)
6 clinics
12,240 w/c
1

B
B

Population4:

333,459

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

101

WILLIAMSON
COUNTY (HR 7)

C
B

ATASCOSA
COUNTY (HR 8)

C4

Population :

43,229

Females in Population 20061:


50.60%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
18.90%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
38.90%
Under 1%
59.90%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
73.70

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

24 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

48.20%

Syphilis

Gonorrhea

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

1 case

20 cases

129 cases

0 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

24.80%

7.10%

11.40%

10.00%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

12.12

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:

4 deaths
(0.02%)
1 clinic
9,570 w/c

Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

BANDERA
COUNTY (HR 8)

BPopulation4:

19,990

C
A

50.20%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


12.30%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
85.20%
Under 1%
13.50%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
56.20

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:


Medicaid Covered Births 20042:
52.60%
STIs2
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
5 cases

0 cases

12 cases

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

20 cases

0 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

16.60%

4.60%

13.50%

7.80%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

5.15

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

4 deaths
(0.05%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

F
A

102

Females in Population 20061:


51.30%
People Below Poverty Line 20041:
17.30%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
33.60%
7.20%
56.60%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:
Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:
Medicaid Covered Births 20042:
53.30%
2
AIDS
Syphilis
Gonorrhea
Chlamydia
STIs
2,056
cases
202 cases
108
cases
6,971
2004:
cases

Other
2.60%
75.80
1,069 cases
Hepatitis A

23 cases

BEXAR
COUNTY (HR 8)

CPopulation4:

1,518,372

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:


Teenage Mothers 20042:
Late or No Prenatal Care 20042:
Low Birth Weight Babies 20042:
Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 20042:
Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from
Breast Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:
Females in Population 20061:

25.30%
5.90%
14.20%
9.00%
6.18
167 deaths
(0.03%)
30 clinics
11,573 w/c
16

F
C
B
D
C
C
C
F

49.80%

CALHOUN
COUNTY (HR 8)

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


16.60%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
50.50%
2.60%
42.90%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
4.00%
73.50

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

11 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 20042:


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
24 cases

0 cases

66.80%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

46 cases

1 case

0 cases

Percent Uninsured 20054:

22.70%

7.90%

16.60%

6.90%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

3.43

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

2 deaths
(0.03%)
1 clinic
4,250 w/c
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Population4:

20,608

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

103

C+

B
A

COMAL
COUNTY (HR 8)

C+
4

Population :

96,020

Females in Population 20061:


50.50%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
9.30%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
75.30%
1.00%
22.80%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
1.00%
65.60

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

43 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

17.70%

Syphilis

Gonorrhea

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

1 case

14 cases

126 cases

5 cases

1 case

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

18.60%

4.90%

16.20%

7.10%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

6.12

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

11 deaths
(0.03%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

DEWITT
COUNTY (HR 8)

B20,507

48.20%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


19.40%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
58.90%
11.30%
29.20%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
63.70

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

10 cases

Population4:

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
20 cases

1 case

65.80%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

49 cases

1 case

1 case

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

20.60%

5.00%

13.30%

6.90%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

4.59

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

5 deaths
(0.06%)
1 clinic
3,730 w/c
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

B
A

104

Females in Population 20061:


51.10%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
28.20%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
12.80%
Under 1%
85.60%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

DIMMIT
COUNTY (HR 8)
Other
1.00%
94.70

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 2004 :


2

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

3 cases

80.80%

Gonorrhea
3 cases

0 cases

C+
Population4:

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

32 cases

0 cases

0 cases

10,397

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

28.50%

10.00%

12.10%

8.90%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:

1 death
(0.03%)
2 clinics
1,110 w/c

Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

48.90%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


21.90%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
52.90%
Under 1%
46.60%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
81.20

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

0 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 20042:


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
1 case

0 cases

C-

72.40%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

2 cases

0 cases

0 cases

Percent Uninsured 20054:

23.80%

14.30%

17.90%

0.00%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

1 death
(0.12%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Population4:

1,988

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

105

EDWARDS
COUNTY (HR 8)

F
A

FRIO
COUNTY (HR 8)

C+
4

Population :

16,389

Females in Population 20061:


45.30%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
28.00%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
19.90%
4.50%
74.90%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
81.40

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

7 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

86.40%

Syphilis

Gonorrhea

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

0 cases

9 cases

36 cases

0 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

28.10%

8.20%

14.20%

10.70%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

4.29

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:

1 death
(0.02%)
2 clinics
1,580 w/c

Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

GILLESPIE
COUNTY (HR 8)

C+
23,089

52.20%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


10.20%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
82.30%
Under 1%
17.00%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
74.30

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

7 cases

Population4:

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
3 cases

1 case

62.90%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

18 cases

0 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

16.90%

6.00%

29.10%

8.00%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

4.02

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:

9 deaths
(0.09%)
1 clinic
3,670 w/c

Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

B
A

106

Females in Population 20061:


50.60%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
15.30%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
58.90%
4.50%
36.20%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

GOLIAD
COUNTY (HR 8)
Other
Under 1%
58.00

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 2004 :


2

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

50.70%

Gonorrhea
3 cases

0 cases

2 cases

B
Population4:

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

12 cases

0 cases

0 cases

7,103

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

21.10%

5.60%

9.70%

4.20%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

0 deaths
(0.00%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

F
A

50.40%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


18.30%
2
Race :
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
48.90%
8.30%
42.20%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
94.90

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

5 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 20042:


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

0 cases

Gonorrhea
12 cases

72.30%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

70 cases

2 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:


Teenage Mothers 20042:

22.60%
9.50%

D
F

19.20%

7.80%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

14.01

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

2 deaths
0.03%)
1 clinic
4,000 w/c
0

Late or No Prenatal Care 20042:


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

107

B
A

GONZALES
COUNTY (HR 8)

CPopulation4:

19,589

GUADALUPE
COUNTY (HR 8)

B4

Population :

103,033

Females in Population 20061:


50.80%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
11.40%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
58.10%
5.20%
35.10%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
1.70%
62.50

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

54 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

42.50%

Syphilis

Gonorrhea

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

3 cases

45 cases

165 cases

1 case

4 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

21.10%

4.40%

12.80%

6.80%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

4.44

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

8 deaths
(0.02%)
1 clinic
21,750 w/c
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

JACKSON
COUNTY (HR 8)

C+
14,340

50.40%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


14.30%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
65.00%
7.60%
26.50%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
69.90

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

5 cases

Population4:

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
19 cases

0 cases

60.30%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

42 cases

0 cases

2 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

20.30%

5.70%

17.50%

6.70%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

2 deaths
(0.03%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

F
A

108

Females in Population 20061:


40.40%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
24.90%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
40.50%
9.80%
49.00%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

KARNES
COUNTY (HR 8)
Other
Under 1%
72.70

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 2004 :


2

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

73.10%

Gonorrhea
4 cases

0 cases

6 cases

C+
Population4:

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

48 cases

0 cases

1 case

15,353

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

25.10%

8.20%

23.50%

5.90%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

3 deaths
(0.06%)
1 clinic
2,470 w/c
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

A
A

50.60%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


8.80%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
81.00%
Under 1%
18.10%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
67.20

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

12 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 20042:


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
2 cases

1 case

21.30%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

36 cases

1 case

2 cases

Percent Uninsured 20054:

17.40%

2.30%

14.10%

4.30%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

2.87

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

1 death
(0.01%)
0 clinics
N/A
1

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Population4:

28,607

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

109

KENDALL
COUNTY (HR 8)

F
B

KERR
COUNTY (HR 8)

C
4

Population :

46,497

Females in Population 20061:


52.00%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
13.20%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
76.60%
1.80%
20.60%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
1.00%
69.30

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

12 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

71.70%

Syphilis

Gonorrhea

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

0 cases

18 cases

102 cases

0 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

17.80%

4.90%

21.70%

6.60%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

5.84

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

7 deaths
(0.03%)
0 clinics
N/A
1

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

KINNEY
COUNTY (HR 8)

C
3,328

Females in Population 20061:


49.70%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
18.80%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
45.80%
1.50%
52.50%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
64.10

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

2 cases

Population4:

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
0 cases

0 cases

93.90%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

6 cases

0 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

21.20%

3.00%

6.10%

15.20%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

1 death
(0.07%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

F
A

110

Females in Population 20061:

45.90%

LA SALLE
COUNTY (HR 8)

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


26.30%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
17.90%
3.10%
78.50%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
77.40

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 2004 :


2

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


STIs2
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
3 cases

0 cases

2 cases

76.10%

C
Population4:

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

15 cases

0 cases

0 cases

6,016

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:


Teenage Mothers 20042:

28.50%
9.40%

F
F

25.90%

5.90%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

1 death
(0.05%)
2 clinics
575 w/c
0

Late or No Prenatal Care 20042:


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

A
A

Females in Population 20061:


51.70%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
12.80%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
79.30%
7.30%
13.00%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
71.00

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

4 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 20042:


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
13 cases

0 cases

50.00%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

31 cases

1 case

1 case

Percent Uninsured 20054:

17.20%

3.80%

9.00%

7.70%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

4 deaths
(0.05%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Population4:

18,927

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

111

LAVACA
COUNTY (HR 8)

F
A

MAVERICK
COUNTY (HR 8)

C4

Population :

51,183

Females in Population 20061:


52.10%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
27.90%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
3.30%
Under 1%
95.30%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
1.40%
99.70

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

30 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

68.00%

Syphilis

Gonorrhea

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

1 case

10 cases

108 cases

2 cases

3 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

30.40%

8.10%

24.80%

8.40%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

8.23

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

6 deaths
(0.03%)
1 clinic
11,500 w/c
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

MEDINA
COUNTY (HR 8)

B43,029

49.00%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


15.90%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
50.80%
1.90%
46.50%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
69.60

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

28 cases

Population4:

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
26 cases

3 cases

37.70%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

101 cases

1 case

1 case

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

22.50%

4.90%

12.50%

7.70%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

3.48

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

4 deaths
(0.02%)
2 clinics
4,340 w/c
1

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

B
B

112

Females in Population 20061:


51.00%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
20.90%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
75.70%
Under 1%
23.30%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

REAL
COUNTY (HR 8)
Other
Under 1%
67.60

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 2004 :


2

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

156.40%*

Gonorrhea
0 cases

0 cases

0 cases

Population4:

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

4 cases

0 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

18.00%

8.80%

20.60

5.90%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

0 deaths
(0.00%)
2 clinics
265 w/c
0

Teenage Mothers 20042:


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

Other
Under 1%
87.40

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

9 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 20042:


Syphilis

Gonorrhea
7 cases

1 case

UVALDE
COUNTY (HR 8)

94.80%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

138 cases

1 case

0 cases

Percent Uninsured 20054:

26.00%

9.30%

12.80%

7.00%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

14.86

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

3 deaths
(0.03%)
1 clinic
5,870 w/c
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Population4:

26,958

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

113

* Medicaid covered births


is 156.4% because births
are recorded by county of
residents. After giving
birth, some mothers move
to a different county and
apply for Medicaid. According to the Department
of Heath and Services,
this produces minor data
discrepancies.

51.40%

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


22.20%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
31.30%
Under 1%
67.80%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

STIs
2004:

3,031

B
A

VAL VERDE
COUNTY (HR 8)

C+
4

Population :

47,598

Females in Population 20061:


51.40%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
22.10%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
21.10%
1.50%
76.40%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
1.00%
100.00

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

22 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

60.20%

Syphilis

Gonorrhea

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

0 cases

8 cases

149 cases

3 cases

3 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

27.30%

8.90%

11.60%

6.70%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

3.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

2 deaths
(0.01%)
1 clinics
10,270 w/c
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

VICTORIA
COUNTY (HR 8)

C
Population4:

85,649

Females in Population 20061:

C
A

51.40%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


16.10%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
50.00%
6.30%
42.40%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
1.20%
78.10

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:


Medicaid Covered Births 20042:
66.60%
STIs2
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
140 cases

2 cases

50 cases

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

358 cases

2 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

22.80%

6.80%

10.70%

7.20%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

4.97

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

8 deaths
(0.02%)
1 clinic
19,100 w/c
2

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

D
C

114

Females in Population 20061:


50.20%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
11.90%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
60.80%
1.10%
37.50%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

WILSON
COUNTY (HR 8)
Other
Under 1%
60.70

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 2004 :


2

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

39.20%

Gonorrhea
12 cases

1 case

17 cases

BPopulation4:

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

69 cases

3 cases

0 cases

37,530

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

21.20%

5.20%

11.60%

5.90%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

6.54

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from


Breast Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

4 deaths
(0.03%)
1 clinic
7,680 w/c
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

C
A

50.50%

ZAVALA
COUNTY (HR 8)

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


31.60%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
49.90%
11.40%
34.90%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
3.80%
105.10

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

6 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 20042:


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
1 case

0 cases

C-

72.60%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

40 cases

1 case

2 cases

11,797

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

30.00%

8.30%

21.70%

6.60%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

4 deaths
(0.09%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

115

Population4:

F
A

ANDREWS
COUNTY (HR 9)

C
4

Population :

12,893

Females in Population 20061:


50.70%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
14.80%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
53.90%
1.70%
43.00%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
1.30%
78.80

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

9 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

60.30%

Syphilis

Gonorrhea

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

0 cases

6 cases

47 cases

1 case

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

32.80%

4.30%

13.80%

9.50%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

14.20

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

2 deaths
(0.04%)
1 clinic
2,960 w/c
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

BORDEN
COUNTY (HR 9)

B+
648

50.50%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


6.30%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
87.30%
Under 1%
12.10%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
14.80

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

0 cases

Population4:

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
0 cases

0 cases

0.00%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

0 cases

0 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

19.00%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

0 deaths
(0.00%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

F
A

116

Females in Population 20061:


49.90%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
13.00%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
79.10%
1.90%
18.20%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

COKE
COUNTY (HR 9)
Other
Under 1%
49.90

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 2004 :


2

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

59.10%

Gonorrhea
11 cases

0 cases

3 cases

CPopulation4:

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

23 cases

0 cases

0 cases

3,613

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

17.00%

6.70%

16.70%

20.00%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

66.70

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

1 death
(0.06%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

F
A

34.00%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


19.40%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
56.50%
Under 1%
42.30%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
82.90

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

0 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 20042:


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
0 cases

0 cases

63.00%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

5 cases

0 cases

0 cases

Percent Uninsured 20054:

25.10%

11.10%

30.60%

5.60%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

0 deaths
(0.00%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Population4:

3,736

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

117

CONCHO
COUNTY (HR 9)

F
A

CRANE
COUNTY (HR 9)

B4

Population :

3,840

Females in Population 20061:


51.60%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
10.80%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
50.60%
3.00%
45.90%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
76.40

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

2 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

23.20%

Syphilis

Gonorrhea

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

0 cases

0 cases

6 cases

0 cases

1 case

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

23.90%

6.60%

4.90%

4.90%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

3 deaths
(0.19%)
1 clinic
870 w/c
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

CROCKETT
COUNTY (HR 9)

C-

50.90%

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


15.90%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
42.60%
Under 1%
56.10%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
79.90

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

1 case

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :

3,934

Population4:

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
3 cases

0 cases

83.30%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

12 cases

0 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

24.30%

8.30%

28.30%

3.30%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

1 death
(0.06%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

F
A

118

Females in Population 20061:


44.10%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
22.60%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
40.30%
8.60%
50.60%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

DAWSON
COUNTY (HR 9)
Other
Under 1%
79.70

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 2004 :


2

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

66.50%

Gonorrhea
9 cases

0 cases

6 cases

C
Population4:

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

39 cases

0 cases

0 cases

14,259

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

24.50%

9.70%

22.20%

12.90%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:

1 death
(0.02%)
1 clinic
2,540 w/c

Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

A
A

51.20%

ECTOR
COUNTY (HR 9)

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


19.30%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
46.80%
4.70%
47.20%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
1.30%
86.10

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

108 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 20042:


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
116 cases

0 cases

79.90%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

514 cases

7 cases

3 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

22.30%

7.40%

10.70%

9.60%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

5.20

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

16 deaths
(0.03%)
2 clinics
14,320 w/c
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

119

C
A

C
Population4:

125,341

GAINES
COUNTY (HR 9)

C4

Population :

14,713

Females in Population 20061:


50.90%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
18.10%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
59.00%
2.20%
38.30%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
100.40

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

7 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

74.40%

Syphilis

Gonorrhea

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

0 cases

2 cases

17 cases

0 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

22.70%

6.70%

46.60%

7.70%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

19.20

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:

2 deaths
(0.04%)
1 clinic
3,320 w/c

Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

GLASSCOCK
COUNTY (HR 9)

C+

46.90%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


7.30%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
68.60%
Under 1%
30.60%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
31.50

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

0 cases

Population4:

1,328

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
0 cases

0 cases

16.70%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

2 cases

0 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

21.10%

14.30%

14.30%

0.00%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

0 deaths
(0.00%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

F
A

120

Females in Population 20061:


45.50%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
19.90%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
54.60%
4.40%
39.90%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

HOWARD
COUNTY (HR 9)
Other
1.10%
83.20

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 2004 :


2

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

76.30%

Gonorrhea
19 cases

0 cases

16 cases

D
Population4:

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

74 cases

3 cases

2 cases

32,524

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

23.00%

10.30%

32.20%

11.20%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

4.30

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

3 deaths
(0.03%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

F
A

49.80%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


8.30%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
75.20%
Under 1%
24.40%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
26.20

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

0 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 20042:


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
1 case

0 cases

B+

55.60%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

3 cases

0 cases

0 cases

Percent Uninsured 20054:

20.30%

0.00%

11.10%

0.00%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

0 deaths
(0.00%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Population4:

1,758

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

121

IRION
COUNTY (HR 9)

F
A

KIMBLE
COUNTY (HR 9)

B4

Population :

4,593

Females in Population 20061:


51.30%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
16.30%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
77.00%
Under 1%
22.20%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
58.20

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

0 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

84.00%

Syphilis

Gonorrhea

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

0 cases

0 cases

5 cases

0 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

18.70%

2.40%

23.80%

9.50%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

0 deaths
(0.00%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

LOVING
COUNTY (HR 9)

A63

53.30%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


15.00%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
87.30%
0.00%
12.70%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
0.00%
0.00

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

0 cases

Population4:

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
0 cases

0 cases

0.00%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

0 cases

0 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

15.90%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

0 deaths
(0.00%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

F
A

122

Females in Population 20061:


50.70%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
17.50%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
55.60%
1.70%
42.30%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

MARTIN
COUNTY (HR 9)
Other
Under 1%
68.80

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 2004 :


Medicaid Covered Births 20042:
86.20%
STIs2
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
5 cases

0 cases

C+

4 cases

Population4:

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

7 cases

0 cases

0 cases

4,393

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

22.30%

9.10%

30.80%

7.60%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

0 deaths
(0.00%)
1 clinic
1,060 w/c
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

A
A

52.30%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


12.30%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
77.40%
Under 1%
21.80%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
57.20

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

1 case

Medicaid Covered Births 20042:


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
0 cases

1 case

44.10%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

3 cases

0 cases

0 cases

Percent Uninsured 20054:

17.90%

0.00%

34.40%

0.00%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

0 deaths
(0.00%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Population4:

3,880

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

123

MASON
COUNTY (HR 9)

F
A

MCCULLOCH
COUNTY (HR 9)

D
4

Population :

7,957

Females in Population 20061:


52.30%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
20.20%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
69.80%
1.50%
28.20%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
66.50

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

5 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

81.10%

Syphilis

Gonorrhea

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

0 cases

0 cases

17 cases

0 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

19.60%

7.50%

29.00%

10.80%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

10.75

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

1 death
(0.03%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

MENARD
COUNTY (HR 9)

C2,202
* Medicaid covered
births is 109.5% because
births are recorded by
county of residents. After
giving birth, some mothers move to a different
county and apply for
Medicaid. According to
the Department of Heath
and Services, this produces minor data discrepancies.

49.60%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


21.00%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
66.40%
Under 1%
32.00%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
1.20%
67.90

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

1 case

Population4:

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
0 cases

0 cases

109.50%*
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

5 cases

0 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

19.00%

15.40%

19.20%

11.50%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

1 death
(0.10%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

F
A

124

Females in Population 20061:


51.50%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
14.60%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
58.30%
7.10%
32.90%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

MIDLAND
COUNTY (HR 9)
Other
1.60%
75.90

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 2004 :


2

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

62.20%

Gonorrhea
186 cases

0 cases

68 cases

C
Population4:

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

454 cases

6 cases

3 cases

121,372

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

21.10%

5.60%

15.90%

8.40%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

8.34

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:

9 deaths
(0.02%)
3 clinics
9,033 w/c

Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

C
B

44.40%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


20.90%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
32.30%
4.00%
62.90%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
89.50

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

11 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 20042:


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
1 case

0 cases

C-

73.00%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

52 cases

0 cases

1 case

Percent Uninsured 20054:

26.50%

11.20%

18.60%

4.80%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

11.50

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

1 death
(0.02%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Population4:

15,859

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

125

PECOS
COUNTY (HR 9)

F
A

REAGAN
COUNTY (HR 9)

C
4

Population :

2,997

Females in Population 20061:


50.40%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
12.90%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
44.60%
3.10%
51.80%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
73.80

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

1 case

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

75.00%

Syphilis

Gonorrhea

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

0 cases

0 cases

2 cases

0 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

23.90%

17.00%

25.50%

4.30%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

0 deaths
(0.00%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

REEVES
COUNTY (HR 9)

B11,640

46.70%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


25.90%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
23.20%
1.90%
74.20%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
75.00

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

6 cases

Population4:

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
4 cases

0 cases

83.80%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

31 cases

0 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

26.60%

6.80%

13.80%

5.60%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

0 deaths
(0.00%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

F
A

126

Females in Population 20061:


50.70%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
13.40%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
52.10%
1.30%
46.10%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

SCHLEICHER
COUNTY (HR 9)
Other
Under 1%
70.40

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 2004 :


2

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

46.20%

Gonorrhea
0 cases

0 cases

1 case

CPopulation4:

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

7 cases

0 cases

0 cases

2,745

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

23.00%

10.30%

25.60%

2.60%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

1 death
(0.08%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

F
A

51.40%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


11.20%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
67.10%
Under 1%
32.50%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
21.20

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

0 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 20042:


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
0 cases

0 cases

44.40%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

2 cases

0 cases

0 cases

Percent Uninsured 20054:

21.20%

0.00%

33.30%

0.00%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

1 death
(0.18%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Population4:

1,304

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

127

STERLING
COUNTY (HR 9)

F
A

SUTTON
COUNTY (HR 9)

C
4

Population :

4,214

Females in Population 20061:


49.80%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
12.90%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
46.00%
Under 1%
53.00%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
92.70

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

3 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

64.60%

Syphilis

Gonorrhea

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

0 cases

2 cases

10 cases

0 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

24.50%

4.20%

21.10%

11.30%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

0 deaths
(0.00%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

TERRELL
COUNTY (HR 9)

C
997

50.10%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


15.10%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
48.20%
0.00%
49.70%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
2.10%
66.30

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

1 case

Population4:

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
0 cases

0 cases

54.50%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

1 case

0 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

22.30%

9.10%

18.20%

9.10%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

0 deaths
(0.00%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

F
A

128

Females in Population 20061:


51.90%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
16.00%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
60.30%
4.30%
33.80%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

TOM GREEN
COUNTY (HR 9)
Other
1.60%
69.90

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 2004 :


2

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

40 cases

62.80%

Gonorrhea
84 cases

0 cases

CPopulation4:

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

442 cases

3 cases

6 cases

103,613

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

21.80%

5.50%

17.40%

9.00%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

8.80

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

11 deaths
(0.03%)
1 clinic
23,860 w/c
1

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

D
B

51.10%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


15.20%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
53.10%
1.50%
44.60%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
81.70

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

1 case

Medicaid Covered Births 20042:


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
1 case

0 cases

45.80%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

6 cases

0 cases

0 cases

Percent Uninsured 20054:

22.50%

11.80%

12.20%

7.80%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

0 deaths
(0.00%)
1 clinic
700 w/c
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Population4:

3,058

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

129

UPTON
COUNTY (HR 9)

A
A

WARD
COUNTY (HR 9)

B4

Population :

10,239

Females in Population 20061:


50.20%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
17.10%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
50.70%
4.70%
43.80%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
78.10

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

7 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

77.30%

Syphilis

Gonorrhea

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

0 cases

0 cases

19 cases

0 cases

1 case

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

22.80%

6.40%

12.40%

7.10%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:

3 deaths
(0.07%)
1 clinic
2,150 w/c

Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

WINKLER
COUNTY (HR 9)

C
6,690

51.20%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


15.70%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
51.20%
1.80%
46.50%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
75.80

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

2 cases

Population4:

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
4 cases

0 cases

77.10%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

16 cases

1 case

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

22.90%

9.90%

11.00%

9.90%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

2 deaths
(0.07%)
1 clinic
1,500 w/c
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

A
A

130

Females in Population 20061:


49.90%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
16.90%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
52.10%
1.00%
45.60%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
1.20%
62.20

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 2004 :


Medicaid Covered Births 20042:
60.20%
2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
1 case

0 cases

BREWSTER
COUNTY (HR 10)

5 cases

Population4:

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

27 cases

0 cases

2 cases

9,080

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

23.10%

Teenage Mothers 20042:


Late or No Prenatal Care 20042:
Low Birth Weight Babies 20042:

5.00%
13.90%
10.00%

B
B
F

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 20042:


Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast
Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

0.00
1 death
(0.03%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Females in Population 20061:

C
F
A

50.70%

CULBERSON
COUNTY (HR 10)

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


22.00%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
25.30%
Under 1%
73.00%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
1.00%
46.30

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

0 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 20042:


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
0 cases

0 cases

47.20%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

8 cases

0 cases

0 cases

2,628

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

26.60%

12.00%

37.50%

8.00%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

1 death
(0.10%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

131

Population4:

F
A

EL PASO
COUNTY (HR 10)

D
Population4:

721,600

Females in Population 20061:


52.10%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
24.60%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
14.60%
2.80%
81.00%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:
Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:
Medicaid Covered Births 20042:
58.50%
STIs2
2004:

Other
1.70%
88.90
383 cases

Syphilis

Gonorrhea

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

9 cases

270 cases

2,509 cases

70 cases

19 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:


2

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

C3,297

6.10%

33.10%

8.80%

3.89

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

82 deaths
(0.03%)
11 clinics
15,195 w/c
7

C
D
F

50.90%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


26.60%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
22.60%
Under 1%
76.20%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
1.10%
68.50

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

1 case

Population4:

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

Females in Population 20061:

HUDSPETH
COUNTY (HR 10)

32.80%

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
2 cases

0 cases

15.40%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

6 cases

0 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

27.40%

5.90%

42.90%

2.00%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

19.60

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

0 deaths
(0.00%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

F
A

132

Females in Population 20061:


49.20%
People Below Poverty Line 20041:
11.00%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
63.40%
Under 1%
35.40%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:
Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:
Medicaid Covered Births 20042:
50.00%
2
Syphilis
Gonorrhea
Chlamydia
AIDS
STIs
0
cases
0
cases
1
case
0 cases
2004:

Other
Under 1%
50.20
2 cases
Hepatitis A

0 cases

JEFF DAVIS
COUNTY (HR 10)

CPopulation4:

2,306

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:


Teenage Mothers 20042:
Late or No Prenatal Care 20042:
Low Birth Weight Babies 20042:
Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 20042:
Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast
Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:
Females in Population 20061:

20.70%
9.50%
33.30%
4.80%
0.00
1 death
(0.10%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

C
F
F
A
A
F
F
A

52.80%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


26.40%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
14.30%
Under 1%
85.20%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
97.80

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

1 case

Medicaid Covered Births 20042:


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
0 cases

0 cases

C-

74.40%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

14 cases

0 cases

0 cases

Percent Uninsured 20054:

27.00%

9.40%

32.80%

7.50%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

1 death
(0.03%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Population4:

7,724

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

133

PRESIDIO
COUNTY (HR 10)

F
A

ARANSAS
COUNTY (HR 11)

B
4

Population :

24,641

Females in Population 20061:


50.80%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
18.90%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
74.60%
1.40%
20.90%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
3.60%
66.20

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

26 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

72.50%

Syphilis

Gonorrhea

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

1 case

21 cases

78 cases

1 case

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

15.30%

4.70%

16.70%

7.80%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

4 deaths
(0.04%)
1 clinic
4,250 w/c
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

BEE
COUNTY (HR 11)

C+
32,874

39.50%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


24.90%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
34.10%
9.40%
55.70%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
69.00

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

16 cases

Population4:

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
22 cases

0 cases

77.40%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

130 cases

1 case

1 case

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

27.00%

7.00%

24.40%

6.80%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

5.40

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

2 deaths
(0.02%)
1 clinic
5,680 w/c
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

B
A

134

Females in Population 20061:


52.50%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
28.80%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
7.70%
Under 1%
91.90%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
92.50

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 2004 :


Medicaid Covered Births 20042:
86.70%
2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

0 cases

Gonorrhea
1 case

14 cases

BROOKS
COUNTY (HR 11)

C
Population4:

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

42 cases

0 cases

4 cases

7,688

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

28.40%

Teenage Mothers 20042:


Late or No Prenatal Care 20042:
Low Birth Weight Babies 20042:

11.50%
13.10%
10.10%

F
B
F

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 20042:


Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast
Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

0.00
0 deaths
(0.00%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

A
A
F
A

Females in Population 20061:


52.00%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
29.40%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
13.20%
Under 1%
85.80%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
105.80

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

477 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 20042:


STIs2
2004:

Syphilis

2 cases

Gonorrhea
101 cases

75.10%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

1,306 cases

44 cases

44 cases

32.60%
6.70%

F
C

33.80%

7.40%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

6.70

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

28 deaths
(0.02%)
11 clinics
7,647 w/c
2

Late or No Prenatal Care 20042:


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

135

CPopulation4:

378,312

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:


Teenage Mothers 20042:

CAMERON
COUNTY (HR 11)

C
C

DUVAL
COUNTY (HR 11)

D
4

Population :

12,580

Females in Population 20061:


48.90%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
25.30%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
11.10%
Under 1%
88.10%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
89.10

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

18 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

72.60%

Syphilis

Gonorrhea

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

0 cases

4 cases

32 cases

0 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

28.70%

8.40%

16.80%

12.40%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

4.24

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

3 deaths
(0.06%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

30.50%
Hispanic
9.00%
Under 1%
89.90%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
110.60

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

638 cases

Population4:

678,277

51.20%

HIDALGO
People Below Poverty Line 20041:
COUNTY (HR 11) Race2:
Anglo
Black

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
131 cases

5 cases

82.00%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

1,666 cases

49 cases

32 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

33.80%

6.00%

18.40%

6.40%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

4.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

49 deaths
(0.02%)
19 clinics
7,887 w/c
3

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

C
D

136

Females in Population 20061:


51.00%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
22.00%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
9.00%
Under 1%
90.20%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

JIM HOGG
COUNTY (HR 11)
Other
Under 1%
80.90

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 2004 :


2

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
1 case

0 cases

4 cases

81.40%

C+
Population4:

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

21 cases

0 cases

1 case

5,030

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

28.20%

7.10%

19.00%

2.40%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

0 deaths
(0.00%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:


51.20%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
21.40%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
22.10%
Under 1%
76.70%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:
Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:
Medicaid Covered Births 20042:
74.00%
STIs2
2004:

Syphilis

0 cases

Gonorrhea
18 cases

F
A

Other
Under 1%
80.80
53 cases

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

158 cases

1 case

0 cases

137

27.80%
8.30%
19.60%
12.20%
8.22

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:

2 deaths
(0.01%)
1 clinic
9,050 w/c

Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

CPopulation4:

40,952

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:


Teenage Mothers 20042:
Late or No Prenatal Care 20042:
Low Birth Weight Babies 20042:
Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 20042:

JIM WELLS
COUNTY (HR 11)

F
D
D
F
C
B
C

KENEDY
COUNTY (HR 11)

B
4

Population :

418

Females in Population 20061:


48.80%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
14.20%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
21.40%
0.00%
78.40%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
44.10

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

0 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

20.00%

Syphilis

Gonorrhea

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

0 cases

0 cases

2 cases

0 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

27.30%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

0 deaths
(0.00%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

KLEBERG
COUNTY (HR 11)

C30,759

49.60%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


22.70%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
27.70%
3.80%
66.30%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
2.20%
68.70

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

37 cases

Population4:

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
38 cases

0 cases

79.90%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

181 cases

1 case

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

27.50%

7.90%

13.40%

9.10%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

14.14

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

7 deaths
(0.06%)
2 clinics
3,675 w/c
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

B
A

138

Females in Population 20061:


44.70%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
18.00%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
58.00%
2.30%
39.20%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

LIVE OAK
COUNTY (HR 11)
Other
Under 1%
57.60

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 2004 :


2

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

68.30%

Gonorrhea
2 cases

0 cases

5 cases

CPopulation4:

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

17 cases

0 cases

0 cases

11,719

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

22.10%

2.70%

26.40%

9.10%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

9.09

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

3 deaths
(0.07%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Females in Population 20061:

F
A

50.30%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


11.20%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
65.30%
1.30%
33.30%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
43.20

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

1 case

Medicaid Covered Births 20042:


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
0 cases

0 cases

60.00%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

2 cases

0 cases

0 cases

Percent Uninsured 20054:

21.40%

0.00%

14.30%

0.00%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

0 deaths
(0.00%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Population4:

885

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

139

MCMULLEN
COUNTY (HR 11)

F
A

NUECES
COUNTY (HR 11)

C
Population4:

319,704

Females in Population 20061:


51.20%
People Below Poverty Line 20041:
19.40%
2
Race :
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
34.80%
4.10%
59.00%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:
Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:
Medicaid Covered Births 20042:
64.80%
2
Syphilis
Gonorrhea
Chlamydia
AIDS
STIs
2
cases
475
cases
1,426
cases
30 cases
2004:

Other
2.00%
72.60
399 cases
Hepatitis A

10 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:


Teenage Mothers 20042:
Late or No Prenatal Care 20042:
Low Birth Weight Babies 20042:
Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 20042:
Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast
Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:
Females in Population 20061:

REFUGIO
COUNTY (HR 11)

C7,642

F
C
B
D
C
B
C
C

51.30%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


14.70%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
45.50%
7.00%
46.60%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
65.40

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

7 cases

Population4:

24.90%
6.30%
13.60%
9.30%
7.57
31 deaths
(0.02%)
5 clinics
14,408 w/c
2

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
7 cases

0 cases

40.00%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

26 cases

0 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

22.30%

9.60%

17.00%

5.30%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

10.64

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

2 deaths
(0.06%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

F
A

140

Females in Population 20061:


50.90%
People Below Poverty Line 20041:
18.60%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
44.80%
3.00%
50.80%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:
Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20054:
Medicaid Covered Births 20042:
62.00%
2
Syphilis
Gonorrhea
Chlamydia
AIDS
STIs
25
cases
0
cases
177
cases
1 case
2004:

SAN PATRICIO
COUNTY (HR 11)

Other
1.40%
84.10
103 cases

Hepatitis A

0 cases

Population4:

69,210

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20053:


Teenage Mothers 20042:
Late or No Prenatal Care 20042:
Low Birth Weight Babies 20042:
Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 20042:

23.00%
7.20%
14.50%
8.60%
9.05

D
D
B
D
D

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from


Breast Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

5 deaths
(0.02%)
4 clinics
3,798 w/c
0

Females in Population 20061:

B
A

51.80%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


34.80%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
1.90%
0.00%
97.70%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
111.00

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

48 cases

Medicaid Covered Births 20042:


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
9 cases

0 cases

68.40%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

122 cases

0 cases

1 case

Percent Uninsured 20054:

30.50%

8.20%

20.50%

7.80%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

3.35

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

4 deaths
(0.02%)
2 clinics
6,905 w/c
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

Population4:

60,941

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

141

STARR
COUNTY (HR 11)

C
A

WEBB
COUNTY (HR 11)

C
Population4:

224,696

Females in Population 20061:


51.70%
1
People Below Poverty Line 2004 :
26.80%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
4.50%
Under 1%
94.70%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:
Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:
Medicaid Covered Births 20042:
72.30%
2
Syphilis
Gonorrhea
Chlamydia
AIDS
STIs
1 case
35 cases
578 cases
16
2004:
cases

Other
Under 1%
115.90
223 cases
Hepatitis A

25 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:


Teenage Mothers 20042:

34.80%
6.80%

Late or No Prenatal Care 20042:


Low Birth Weight Babies 20042:
Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 20042:
Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from
Breast Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

29.60%
7.10%
4.64
13 deaths
(0.02%)
7 clinics
7,402 w/c
1

Females in Population 20061:

WILLACY
COUNTY (HR 11)

C
20,383

C
B

48.80%
1

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


29.60%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
11.00%
1.90%
86.80%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
99.70

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 20043:

22 cases

Population4:

F
D
F
B
B
B

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


2

STIs
2004:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea
3 cases

0 cases

83.20%
Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

65 cases

4 cases

0 cases

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

29.40%

10.00%

42.20%

7.10%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

2.43

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

2 deaths
(0.03%)
2 clinics
2,150 w/c
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

A
A

142

Females in Population 20061:

50.60%

ZAPATA
COUNTY (HR 11)

People Below Poverty Line 2004 :


27.20%
Race2:
Anglo
Black
Hispanic
12.80%
Under 1%
86.80%
Fertility Rate (per 1,000 females ages 15-44) 20042:

Other
Under 1%
104.70

Estimated Cases of Reported Birth Defects 2004 :


2

Medicaid Covered Births 2004 :


STIs2
2004:

12 cases

72.60%

Population4:

Syphilis

Gonorrhea

Chlamydia

AIDS

Hepatitis A

0 cases

2 cases

29 cases

0 cases

1 case

Womens Health and Reproductive Health Report Card

Percent Uninsured 20054:

29.40%

11.10%

23.60%

6.70%

Infant Mortality Rate (per 1,000 live births) 2004 :

0.00

Percent of Females Ages 15+ Who Died from Breast


Cancer in 20042:
Number of Family Planning Clinics5 and
Ratio of Women Needing Services per Clinic6:
Women Killed by Intimate Partners 20067:

1 death
(0.02%)
0 clinics
N/A
0

Teenage Mothers 2004 :


2

Late or No Prenatal Care 2004 :


2

Low Birth Weight Babies 2004 :


2

143

F
A

13,373

Reform Suggestions
In order to improve womens health, Texas needs to promote:
Responsible Sex Education. Texas spent $17 million dollars on abstinence-only programs in 2007.1 However, a national study recently revealed that abstinence-only sex
education does not deter teenagers from having sex.2 As responsible parents and community members, we must provide our youths with the knowledge to make safe, informed decisions. Currently 22 states have declined abstinence-only funding from the
national government, opting instead to fund abstinence-plus education, which emphasizes abstinence but educates individuals about all aspects of sexual health.
Access. There must be an increase in family planning clinics in urban and rural counties.
Family planning clinics provide contraception services, cancer screenings, fertility
awareness and counseling, and testing and treatment for sexually transmitted infections
(STIs). These services are essential to every community. Without access to family planning clinics, women risk leaving STIs and cancer undetected or untreated, and have less
access to protection against unplanned pregnancies.
Insurance Coverage. Women cannot have healthy babies if they cannot afford medical
care, just as people cannot live healthy lives if they are unable to afford preventive services and medical attention. Thus, before any progress can be made, we must address
the high rates of uninsured Texans. Texas currently has the highest rate of uninsured
adults in the nation.
Community Involvement. We must foster strong community initiatives that prioritize
womens health and highlight the needs and voices of those women most affected by
healthcare inequities. Communities can no longer ignore the dangerous problems of domestic violence and gender marginalization. Womens health is closely linked to many
larger social justice issues.

Sex Education: Does Teaching Abstinence Work? Austin American Statesman. 2008. 14 July 2008.
<http://www.statesman.com/news/content/news/stories/local/07/13/0713abstinence.html>.
2
Abstinence-Only and Comprehensive Sex Education and the Initiation of Sexual Activity and Teen
Pregnancy. Journal of Adolescent Health. 2008. 23 October 2008.
<http://www.jahonline.org/article/S1054-139X(07)00426-0/abstract>

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Endnotes

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Texas. FedStats. 2008. 15 June 2008. <http://www.fedstats.gov/qf/states/48000.html>.

2004 Health Facts for Texas, Public Health Regions and Counties. Texas Department of State
Health Services. 2007. 29 May 2008. <http://www.dshs.state.tx.us/chs/cfs/cshdpa04.shtm>.

Texas Birth Defects by County. Texas Department of State Health Services. 2007. 12 June 2008.
<http://soupfin.tdh.state.tx.us/defectc07.htm>.

Texas Uninsured County by County. Texas Medical Association. 2005. 07 June 2008
<http://www.texmed.org/Template.aspx?id=5517>.

Family Planning Clinic Locator. Texas Department of Health Services. 2005. 07 June 2008.
<http://www.dshs.state.tx.us/famplan/locator.shtm>.

Contraceptive Needs and Services. The Alan Guttmacher Institute. 2002. 25 June 2008.
<http://www.guttmacher.org/pubs/win/states/texas.pdf>.

Texas Women Killed by their Intimate Partner. Texas council on Family Violence. 2006. 29 May
2008. <http://www.tcfv.org/pdf/dvam07/women%20killed%202006.pdf>.

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This report was researched and written by Nhu-Y Le, under the supervision of NARAL
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