STD Trends and Statistics
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Whether you are a healthcare professional, a college student, or even a civil group, below you can find data pertaining to STDs and the impact on your community.
Due to space limitations only 5 years are listed on this site. If you are unable to find the data you seek, feel free to contact us by phone 850-245-4303, or email STD.firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Note: This page contains materials in the Portable Document Format (PDF). The free Adobe Acrobat Reader may be required to view these files.
Additional information and data may also be found on the Florida Charts interactive website.
Florida Trends and Statistics
All files listed in this section are zip or pdf of 5 mb or less. To view these files you will need to unzip the zip file or Adobe Acrobat Reader. Please also note that the zip files utilize Excel macros. In Excel go to Tools>Options>Security>Macro Security and set security to Medium, then close and reopen the application.
- County or State Comparison: Disease Rates 1990-2012 (5.3 MB)
- Age, Race/Ethnicity, Sex Report (3.5 MB)
- Rates by Year/County/Disease(3.8 MB)
PDF Files (all less than 250 kB)
- Ten Year Report by County: Syphilis, Chlamydia, Gonorrhea
- Ten Year Report by Region and County: Syphilis, Chlamydia, Gonorrhea
- Ten Year Report by Year, Age, Gender: Syphilis, Chlamydia, Gonorrhea
Monthly Surveillance Reports
In addition to the data below the department issues a monthly surveillance report through HIV/AIDS. This report highlights data across various communicable disease topics, such as, HIV, AIDS, Hepatitis, STDs, and Tuberculosis.
Special Note: The data found in these reports are preliminary and may not represent a true picture on the year end final data analysis.
National Trends and Statistics
Annually the Florida Department of Health provides the Federal Government with statistical data collected though out our state in regards to sexually transmitted diseases and treatment. By collecting data from each state, they in turn provide a dynamic picture of the nation’s health as a whole. For a broader range of data other than the State of Florida, visit the CDC Sexually Transmitted Diseases Statistics page.