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Topic: Late/no prenatal care
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Late/no prenatal care: Illinois, 2012-2015 Average

Percent of live births
RegionPercent
Adams2.9
Alexander6.3
Bond3.1
Boone4.1
Brown**
Bureau2.7
Calhoun**
Carroll2.8
Cass4.4
Champaign7.0
Christian4.0
Clark6.5
Clay2.9
Clinton2.0
Coles3.3
Cook5.8
Crawford4.0
Cumberland**
De Kalb4.0
De Witt2.8
Douglas7.4
Du Page3.8
Edgar3.9
Edwards3.2
Effingham2.5
Fayette3.4
Ford2.1
Franklin4.2
Fulton3.8
Gallatin**
Greene3.9
Grundy3.1
Hamilton**
Hancock3.0
Hardin**
Henderson**
Henry3.0
Illinois4.8
Iroquois4.2
Jackson6.3
Jasper**
Jefferson4.7
Jersey3.6
Jo Daviess3.7
Johnson3.9
Kane4.7
Kankakee4.9
Kendall2.2
Knox4.1
La Salle3.2
Lake5.0
Lawrence2.6
Lee2.8
Livingston4.1
Logan2.7
Macon5.6
Macoupin2.2
Madison4.1
Marion2.6
Marshall2.9
Mason5.8
Massac4.1
McDonough4.5
McHenry3.1
McLean3.1
Menard2.1
Mercer3.6
Monroe1.3
Montgomery2.3
Morgan2.6
Moultrie6.4
Ogle3.7
Peoria4.3
Perry3.9
Piatt2.7
Pike3.4
Pope**
Pulaski6.6
Putnam**
Randolph3.9
Richland2.4
Rock Island5.1
Saline6.0
Sangamon3.7
Schuyler**
Scott**
Shelby3.4
St Clair6.0
Stark5.7
Stephenson3.9
Tazewell1.5
Union4.6
Vermilion7.8
Wabash3.6
Warren4.9
Washington3.0
Wayne5.7
White4.8
Whiteside2.8
Will3.7
Williamson4.0
Winnebago4.7
Woodford1.8
** Suppressed due to missing data or insufficient numbers.
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Footnotes

  • Late/No prenatal care is pregnancy-related care beginning in the 3rd trimester (7-9 months) or when no pregnancy-related care was received at all.

Source

  • National Center for Health Statistics, final natality data.
  • Retrieved July 16, 2018, from www.marchofdimes.org/peristats.