Children with Age Appropriate Vaccinations

CountyRanking (1-5)Value
Arkansas293%
Ashley199%
Baxter391%
Benton579%
Boone487%
Bradley194%
Calhoun1100%
Carroll293%
Chicot390%
Clark562%
Clay195%
Cleburne489%
Cleveland194%
Columbia391%
Conway489%
Craighead487%
Crawford293%
Crittenden390%
Cross198%
Dallas488%
Desha199%
Drew392%
Faulkner1100%
Franklin391%
Fulton293%
Garland391%
Grant195%
Greene583%
Hempstead293%
Hot Spring576%
Howard391%
Independence194%
Izard194%
Jackson582%
Jefferson579%
Johnson293%
Lafayette487%
Lawrence580%
Lee1100%
Lincoln487%
Little River391%
Logan196%
Lonoke584%
Madison487%
Marion293%
Miller570%
Mississippi583%
Monroe194%
Montgomery195%
Nevada197%
Newton390%
Ouachita1100%
Perry391%
Phillips390%
Pike293%
Poinsett391%
Polk293%
Pope390%
Prairie1100%
Pulaski488%
Randolph579%
Saline293%
Scott198%
Searcy390%
Sebastian488%
Sevier488%
Sharp392%
St. Francis487%
Stone390%
Union392%
Van Buren583%
Washington585%
White586%
Woodruff585%
Yell293%

Description

Vaccination Rate by County. The following represent vaccination coverage by county among Arkansas children 19-35 months of age, the vaccination rate represent percent of children that completed the recommended vaccines for this age group, including 4 or more doses of Diphtheria and tetanus toxoids and acellular pertussis vaccine (DTaP/DT/DTP), 3 or more Poliovirus vaccine (Polio), 1 or more Measles or Measles-Mumps-Rubella vaccine (MMR), 3 or more Haemophilus influenzae type b vaccine (Hib), 3 or more Hepatitis B vaccine (HepB), 1 or more Varicella (chickenpox) vaccine (VAR), and 4 or more Pneumococcal conjugate vaccine (PCV).

Source/Citation

University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences Public Health in Arkansas Communities Search. (2017).Children with Age Appropriate Vaccinations 2015. Retrieved Oct 23, 2017 from PHACS database. Available from Arkansas Department of Health database.


Ranking Information

* Health Ranking compared to other counties. This is a result of quintile ranking for all 75 counties in Arkansas. The rankings are assigned by placing the counties into five equal groups by the occurrence of the health indicator.

Category 5 - Highest, represents highest occurrence of the indicator/outcome

Category 4 - Higher, represents counties between the highest and mid-range occurrence of the indicator/outcome

Category 3 - Middle, represents counties within the middle range occurrence of the indicator/outcome

Category 2- Lower, represents counties between mid-range and lowest occurrence of the indicator/outcome

Category 1 - Lowest, represents counties with the lowest occurrence of the indicator/outcome

2017 University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Fay W. Boozman College of Public Health
Public Health in Arkansas' Communities Search