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Trends and Statistics

TB Control Section

  •  850-245-4350
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    Fax

    850-921-9906
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    Mailing Address

    Florida Department of Health 

    4052 Bald Cypress Way, Bin A-20 

    Tallahassee, Florida 32399 

The following reports and fact sheets are for the last 5 years only. Should you need data prior to the years displayed, please contact us at 850-245-4350 for our archived materials.

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Most Recent Data

2013 Annual Report (1.7 mb; 4/1/2014)

2012 Annual Report (1.1 mb; 5/7/2013)

Statewide Fact Sheets:

  • 2014 Summary Status Sheet (144 kb; 3/26/2015)
  • 2013 Summary Status Sheet (144 kb; 3/10/2014)
  • 2012 Summary Status Sheet (144 kb; 4/1/2015)
  • 2011 Summary Status Sheet (142 kb; 8/27/2012 )
  • 2010 Summary Status Sheet (176 kb; 3/21/2011)
  • 2009 Summary Status Sheet (176 kb; 4/9/2010)
  • 2008 Summary Status Sheet (39 kb; 2/9/2009)

Florida TB Incidence Rates and County Maps

Case Rate/Incidence Reports by Counties:

  • Report 2014 (49 kb; 2/13/2015)
  • Report 2013 (49 kb; 9/5/2014)
  • Report 2012 (50 kb; 9/5/2014)
  • Report 2011 (43 kb; 9/5/2014)
  • Report 2010 (8 kb; 3/14/2011), Map (39 kb)
  • Report 2009 (681 kb; 4/9/2010), Map (175 kb)
  • Report 2008 (14 kb; 2/5/2009)

Florida TB World Day Slide Sets with Narrative

  • 2014 Slide Set (499 kb; 3/30/2015)
  • 2013 Slide Set (388 kb; 3/26/2015)
  • 2012 Slide Set (401 kb; 10/21/2013)
  • 2011 Slide Set (250 kb; 8/27/2012)
  • 2010 Slide Set (273 kb; 9/20/2011)
  • 2009 Slide Set (260 kb; 4/7/10)
  • 2008 unavailable

In addition to the above data the department publishes a monthly surveiliance report with statistical analysis of HIV, AIDS, STDs, and Tuberculosise. As, well data needed maybe found on the departments Florida Charts website.