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Table 20. Gonorrhea - Reported Cases and Rates in Counties and Independent Cities* Ranked by Number of Reported Cases, United States, 2011


Rank† County/Independent City Cases Rate per 100,000 Population Cumulative Percentage
1Cook County, IL 10,864 209.1 3
2Los Angeles County, CA 10,121 103.1 6
3Wayne County, MI 7,353 403.9 8
4Philadelphia County, PA 6,761 443.1 10
5Harris County, TX 5,764 140.8 12
6Dallas County, TX 5,226 220.7 14
7Kings County, NY 4,548 181.6 15
8Bronx County, NY 3,767 272.0 16
9Bexar County, TX 3,488 203.4 17
10Cuyahoga County, OH 3,484 272.2 19
11New York County, NY 3,446 217.3 20
12Shelby County, TN 3,382 364.6 21
13Fulton County, GA 3,335 362.3 22
14Milwaukee County, WI 3,236 341.4 23
15Maricopa County, AZ 3,228 84.6 24
16Franklin County, OH 2,831 243.3 25
17Marion County, IN 2,785 308.3 25
18Hamilton County, OH 2,719 338.9 26
19Washington, D.C. 2,569 426.9 27
20Baltimore (City), MD 2,521 406.0 28
21Jefferson County, AL 2,393 363.4 29
22Queens County, NY 2,367 106.1 29
23Miami-Dade County, FL 2,356 94.4 30
24Hillsborough County, FL 2,343 190.6 31
25Mecklenburg County, NC 2,281 248.0 32
26San Francisco County, CA 2,251 279.5 32
27Tarrant County, TX 2,220 122.7 33
28San Diego County, CA 2,173 70.2 34
29Jefferson County, KY 2,152 290.4 34
30Broward County, FL 2,135 122.1 35
31Essex County, NJ 2,024 258.2 36
32Guilford County, NC 2,019 413.4 36
33Jackson County, MO 2,012 298.4 37
34St. Louis (City), MO 1,952 611.3 37
35Allegheny County, PA 1,931 157.8 38
36Duval County, FL 1,834 212.2 39
37St. Louis County, MO 1,831 183.3 39
38DeKalb County, GA 1,793 259.1 40
39Sacramento County, CA 1,778 125.3 40
40Clark County, NV 1,740 89.2 41
41Orleans County, LA 1,718 499.7 41
42Orange County, FL 1,669 145.6 42
43Prince George's County, MD 1,607 186.1 42
44Alameda County, CA 1,590 105.3 43
45Caddo County, LA 1,567 614.6 43
46Travis County, TX 1,516 148.0 44
47Oklahoma County, OK 1,509 210.0 44
48Cumberland County, NC 1,507 471.8 45
49Wake County, NC 1,420 157.6 45
50San Bernardino County, CA 1,408 69.2 46
51Erie County, NY 1,382 150.4 46
52King County, WA 1,377 71.3 47
53Pulaski County, AR 1,257 328.4 47
54Davidson County, TN 1,243 198.3 47
55Mobile County, AL 1,238 299.8 48
56Camden County, NJ 1,189 231.5 48
57Montgomery County, OH 1,175 219.6 48
58Hennepin County, MN 1,172 101.7 49
59Montgomery County, AL 1,169 509.7 49
60Fresno County, CA 1,164 125.1 49
61Hinds County, MS 1,116 455.0 50
62Tulsa County, OK 1,080 179.0 50
63Bell County, TX 1,077 347.2 51
64Pinellas County, FL 1,034 112.8 51
65Monroe County, NY 1,016 136.5 51
66East Baton Rouge County, LA 1,015 230.6 51
67Richland County, SC 1,010 262.7 52
68Oakland County, MI 991 82.4 52
69Bernalillo County, NM 987 149.0 52
70Orange County, CA 984 32.7 53

* Accounting for 53% of reported gonorrhea cases.

† Counties and independent cities were ranked in descending order by number of cases reported then by rate in 2011.

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