Percentage of children born in 2011 with a lead screening aged 0-8 months

Source:2011-2014 NYS Child Health Lead Poisoning Prevention Program Data as of June, 2016

  Number screened Children born in Percentage
Region/County Total 2011
Reg- 1 Long Island
Nassau 1,171 14,079 8.3
Suffolk 484 16,027 3.0
Region Total 1,655 30,106 5.5
Reg- 2 New York City
Bronx 584 21,694 2.7
Kings 1,337 41,673 3.2
New York 548 19,508 2.8
Queens 866 30,300 2.9
Richmond 145 5,544 2.6
Region Total 3,480 118,719 2.9
Reg- 3 Mid-Hudson
Dutchess 218 2,652 8.2
Orange 317 4,835 6.6
Putnam 61 866 7.0
Rockland 535 4,535 11.8
Sullivan 10 808 1.2
Ulster 70 1,666 4.2
Westchester 1,290 10,719 12.0
Region Total 2,501 26,081 9.6
Reg- 4 Capital Region
Albany 65 3,122 2.1
Columbia 31 544 5.7
Greene 28 428 6.5
Rensselaer 30 1,730 1.7
Saratoga 25 2,148 1.2
Schenectady 63 1,764 3.6
Region Total 242 9,736 2.5
Reg- 5 Mohawk Valley
Fulton 22 584 3.8
Herkimer 29 659 4.4
Montgomery 13 567 2.3
Otsego 8 535 1.5*
Schoharie 1 288 0.3*
Region Total 73 2,633 2.8
Reg- 6 North Country
Clinton 6 769 0.8*
Essex 3 314 1.0*
Franklin 5 521 1.0*
Hamilton 2 39 5.1*
Warren 5 601 0.8*
Washington 7 655 1.1*
Region Total 28 2,899 1.0
Reg- 7 Tug Hill Seaway
Jefferson 39 2,113 1.8
Lewis 13 338 3.8
St. Lawrence 27 1,254 2.2
Region Total 79 3,705 2.1
Reg- 8 Central NY
Cayuga 14 803 1.7
Cortland 11 481 2.3
Madison 4 696 0.6*
Oneida 45 2,689 1.7
Onondaga 86 5,416 1.6
Oswego 34 1,348 2.5
Region Total 194 11,433 1.7
Reg- 9 Southern Tier
Broome 42 2,052 2.0
Chenango 3 525 0.6*
Delaware 5 392 1.3*
Tioga 12 481 2.5
Tompkins 195 915 21.3
Region Total 257 4,365 5.9
Reg- 10 Finger Lakes
Chemung 11 1,025 1.1
Livingston 11 577 1.9
Monroe 217 8,427 2.6
Ontario 110 1,020 10.8
Schuyler 5 161 3.1*
Seneca 5 399 1.3*
Steuben 6 1,058 0.6*
Wayne 32 1,033 3.1
Yates 12 302 4.0
Region Total 409 14,002 2.9
Reg- 11 Western NY
Allegany 3 526 0.6*
Cattaraugus 54 911 5.9
Chautauqua 12 1,412 0.8
Erie 303 9,693 3.1
Genesee 12 586 2.0
Niagara 38 2,129 1.8
Orleans 30 411 7.3
Wyoming 2 389 0.5*
Region Total 454 16,057 2.8
New York State 9,372 239,736 3.9

*: Fewer than 10 events in the numerator, therefore the rate is unstable

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