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Mothers who Received Early Prenatal Care

Shows the percentage of births to mothers who began prenatal care in the first trimester of their pregnancy. In order to have the best possible outcome for mother and child, early prenatal care is essential. Even before a woman conceives, she can be given folic acid, checked for immunity to rubella and blood type, as well as advised about smoking, drinking alcohol, and eating a healthy diet. Once a woman is pregnant, prenatal visits to a healthcare provider will include examinations to determine the health of the mother and developing fetus.

Measurement Period: 2015
Value: 72.79
HP 2020 Target:Healthy People 2020 target: Increase the proportion of pregnant women who receive prenatal care beginning in first trimester to 77.9%

County

72.79

State

71.7

National

HP 2020

77.9
  • 49.9
  • 74.9
  • 100

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Historical Data

  • Measurement Period Value
    2015 72.79
    2014 73.28
    2013 75.2564
    2012 76.3587
    2011 77.1462
    2010 75.9801
    2009 77.747
    2008 73.0228
    2007 75.2665
    2006 76.5419
    2005 73.4811
    2004 80.9624

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