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Location: Colorado
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Topic: Early prenatal care
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Format: HP 2020 Map - View Table
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Early prenatal care: Colorado, 2015-2018 Average

Percent of live births
RegionPercent
Adams76.6*
Alamosa82.2*
Arapahoe76.2*
Archuleta74.3*
Baca66.0*
Bent66.4*
Boulder83.0*
Broomfield83.0*
Chaffee74.8*
Cheyenne59.8*
Clear Creek72.1*
Colorado77.8*
Conejos75.6*
Costilla73.0*
Crowley53.7*
Custer58.6*
Delta66.5*
Denver77.0*
Dolores87.5*
Douglas86.9*
Eagle75.1*
El Paso79.6*
Elbert82.5*
Fremont70.3*
Garfield65.5*
Gilpin75.8*
Grand72.5*
Gunnison83.1*
Hinsdale84.6*
Huerfano62.2*
Jackson80.0*
Jefferson82.2*
Kiowa74.3*
Kit Carson75.4*
La Plata83.3*
Lake64.4*
Larimer78.3*
Las Animas57.2*
Lincoln66.2*
Logan77.4*
Mesa72.6*
Mineral85.2*
Moffat80.7*
Montezuma68.3*
Montrose69.2*
Morgan71.5*
Otero66.1*
Ouray68.4*
Park74.7*
Phillips78.2*
Pitkin82.8*
Prowers60.1*
Pueblo71.2*
Rio Blanco67.9*
Rio Grande79.2*
Routt87.1*
Saguache71.9*
San Juan75.0*
San Miguel68.6*
Sedgwick80.2*
Summit77.7*
Teller71.9*
Washington74.0*
Weld76.6*
Yuma83.0*
Note: Asterisked (*) data is impacted by the 2003 revised birth certificate and not comparable to earlier years. Details: www.marchofdimes.org/peristats/calculationsp.aspx?id=2.
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Healthy people 2020

  • Early prenatal care: increase to at least 77.9% of live births.

Footnotes

  • Early prenatal care is pregnancy-related care beginning in the first trimester (1-3 months).

Source

  • National Center for Health Statistics, final natality data.
  • Retrieved August 06, 2020, from www.marchofdimes.org/peristats.