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Table 20. Gonorrhea - Reported Cases and Rates in Counties and Independent Cities* Ranked by Number of Reported Cases, United States, 2012


Rank County/Independent City Cases Rate per 100,000 Population Cumulative Percentage
1Cook County, IL 12,042 230.8 3
2Los Angeles County, CA 11,933 120.7 7
3Philadelphia County, PA 7,293 474.7 9
4Wayne County, MI 6,609 366.7 11
5Harris County, TX 6,462 154.6 13
6Kings County, NY 4,551 179.7 14
7Dallas County, TX 4,442 183.9 15
8Maricopa County, AZ 4,325 111.5 17
9New York County, NY 3,835 239.4 18
10Cuyahoga County, OH 3,708 291.9 19
11Shelby County, TN 3,665 391.9 20
12Bronx County, NY 3,620 260.1 21
13Bexar County, TX 3,374 192.1 22
14Marion County, IN 3,311 363.3 23
15Milwaukee County, WI 3,141 329.8 24
16Fulton County, GA 3,132 329.8 25
17San Diego County, CA 2,620 83.4 26
18Franklin County, OH 2,594 220.1 27
19San Francisco County, CA 2,482 305.4 27
20Washington, D.C. 2,402 388.7 28
21Miami-Dade County, FL 2,401 94.0 29
22Allegheny County, PA 2,392 194.9 29
23Hamilton County, OH 2,367 295.7 30
24Queens County, NY 2,341 104.1 31
25Tarrant County, TX 2,206 119.3 32
26Jefferson County, AL 2,196 333.3 32
27Broward County, FL 2,158 121.2 33
28Hillsborough County, FL 2,151 169.7 33
29Sacramento County, CA 2,101 146.3 34
30Jackson County, MO 2,050 303.1 35
31Clark County, NV 1,968 99.9 35
32Essex County, NJ 1,946 247.9 36
33Baltimore (City), MD 1,944 313.8 36
34St. Louis County, MO 1,923 192.6 37
35DeKalb County, GA 1,868 266.9 38
36San Bernardino County, CA 1,858 90.0 38
37Mecklenburg County, NC 1,848 195.7 39
38Erie County, NY 1,781 194.0 39
39Jefferson County, KY 1,777 237.9 40
40St. Louis (City), MO 1,763 554.3 40
41Duval County, FL 1,728 198.5 41
42Travis County, TX 1,677 157.7 41
43Orange County, FL 1,649 141.0 42
44Oklahoma County, OK 1,617 220.8 42
45Hennepin County, MN 1,545 132.2 43
46Alameda County, CA 1,537 100.5 43
47King County, WA 1,506 76.5 44
48Fresno County, CA 1,483 157.3 44
49Guilford County, NC 1,473 297.4 45
50Prince George's County, MD 1,465 168.2 45
51Orleans County, LA 1,431 396.7 45
52Hinds County, MS 1,361 548.4 46
53Wake County, NC 1,340 144.1 46
54Mobile County, AL 1,332 322.8 47
55Davidson County, TN 1,310 206.1 47
56Montgomery County, AL 1,296 558.5 47
57Genesee County, MI 1,280 303.3 48
58Kern County, CA 1,242 145.8 48
59Camden County, NJ 1,204 234.6 48
60Lucas County, OH 1,187 269.8 49
61Riverside County, CA 1,173 52.4 49
62Cumberland County, NC 1,170 360.1 50
63Orange County, CA 1,169 38.3 50
64Montgomery County, OH 1,132 210.6 50
65Bell County, TX 1,123 356.3 51
66Pulaski County, AR 1,104 285.8 51
67Monroe County, NY 1,103 147.9 51
68Tulsa County, OK 1,096 179.5 52
69Caddo County, LA 1,093 425.2 52
70Denver County, CO 1,093 176.3 52

* Accounting for 52% of reported gonorrhea cases.

Counties and independent cities were ranked in descending order by number of cases reported then by rate in 2012.

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