2014-2018 N.C. LIVE BIRTHS WITH AGE OF MOTHER 30 OR MORE
BY COUNTY OF RESIDENCE: NUMBER AT RISK DUE TO HIGH PARITY
AND PERCENT OF ALL BIRTHS WITH AGE OF MOTHER 30 OR MORE
**INDICATOR OF NEED FOR FAMILY PLANNING SERVICES**

RESIDENCE HIGH
PARITY
BIRTHS
PERCENT
HIGH
PARITY
NORTH CAROLINA 55,989 22.4
ALAMANCE 873 24.3
ALEXANDER 111 19.2
ALLEGHANY 29 21.2
ANSON 89 26.6
ASHE 72 19.0
AVERY 60 21.7
BEAUFORT 180 24.1
BERTIE 49 19.7
BLADEN 114 22.3
BRUNSWICK 433 21.0
BUNCOMBE 1,367 21.8
BURKE 303 22.4
CABARRUS 1,278 22.4
CALDWELL 225 20.7
CAMDEN 32 16.8
CARTERET 216 17.4
CASWELL 104 28.6
CATAWBA 684 23.3
CHATHAM 438 25.0
CHEROKEE 87 24.9
CHOWAN 47 23.3
CLAY 26 18.1
CLEVELAND 326 22.3
COLUMBUS 177 23.0
CRAVEN 482 22.0
CUMBERLAND 2,072 25.1
CURRITUCK 103 18.9
DARE 203 23.1
DAVIDSON 629 22.6
DAVIE 171 22.7
DUPLIN 317 27.0
DURHAM 2,632 23.0
EDGECOMBE 231 30.5
FORSYTH 2,187 22.9
FRANKLIN 361 26.6
GASTON 1,020 23.2
GATES 39 23.1
GRAHAM 16 17.8
GRANVILLE 303 26.2
GREENE 103 29.3
GUILFORD 3,158 24.0
HALIFAX 188 24.6
HARNETT 865 24.1
HAYWOOD 186 19.0
HENDERSON 440 20.4
HERTFORD 94 26.3
HOKE 396 25.1
HYDE 17 22.7
IREDELL 754 19.3
JACKSON 143 22.9
JOHNSTON 1,058 21.8
JONES 41 27.3
LEE 363 26.5
LENOIR 266 27.7
LINCOLN 297 19.7
MCDOWELL 140 22.6
MACON 124 21.6
MADISON 69 20.1
MARTIN 91 24.1
MECKLENBURG 8,224 21.4
MITCHELL 39 19.3
MONTGOMERY 133 30.5
MOORE 552 21.2
NASH 482 27.7
NEW HANOVER 1,197 20.9
NORTHAMPTON 63 25.9
ONSLOW 914 18.2
ORANGE 760 20.7
PAMLICO 31 19.7
PASQUOTANK 184 22.4
PENDER 321 23.0
PERQUIMANS 37 20.0
PERSON 170 24.0
PITT 913 21.9
POLK 64 24.9
RANDOLPH 589 22.4
RICHMOND 190 27.7
ROBESON 633 27.2
ROCKINGHAM 322 22.5
ROWAN 575 22.1
RUTHERFORD 233 25.8
SAMPSON 320 24.0
SCOTLAND 107 21.5
STANLY 226 20.5
STOKES 150 23.1
SURRY 270 23.3
SWAIN 64 28.4
TRANSYLVANIA 117 23.0
TYRRELL 22 30.1
UNION 1,421 23.8
VANCE 233 30.7
WAKE 7,729 20.7
WARREN 82 30.7
WASHINGTON 47 31.1
WATAUGA 195 20.9
WAYNE 678 25.2
WILKES 255 25.9
WILSON 373 23.5
YADKIN 138 23.1
YANCEY 57 22.1

PREPARED BY NC-DHHS STATE CENTER FOR HEALTH STATISTICS
NOTE: RATES BASED ON SMALL NUMBERS (FEWER THAN 20 CASES)
ARE UNSTABLE AND SHOULD BE INTERPRETED WITH CAUTION