Births to Mothers Receiving First Trimester Prenatal Care, by Race/Ethnicity
Definition: Percentage of infants born to mothers who received prenatal care during the first three months of pregnancy, by mother's race/ethnicity (e.g., in 2020, 81.7% of births to California Hispanic/Latina mothers were to mothers who had received first trimester prenatal care).
Data Source: CDC WONDER Online Database, Natality (May 2022).
Footnote: Race/ethnicity categories are mutually exclusive. County-level data reflect the mother's county of residence, not the county in which the birth occurred. Percentages are calculated on the basis of total births, which include cases with missing prenatal care information. The notation S refers to data that have been suppressed because there were fewer than 20 births to mothers receiving first trimester prenatal care in that group. N/A means that data are not available.