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General Fertility Rate




103.6*


90.0


185.6


29.9


Infant Deaths 1977-80


3


10.0*


11.6


26.4





Low Birth Weights 1977-80


13


43.4*


58.3


99.2


20.8


Women Receiving No Prenatal Care 1977-80


1


3.3*


7.7


47.5





Women Starting Prenatal Care


21


28.0%**


20.3%


38.0%


5.0%


After the First Trimester












Induced Abortions


14


186.6*


173.9


450.4





Women In Need of Family Planning 1979


151


40.8


43.9


69.6


25.7


Births to Women Under 19


9


12.0%**


12.3%


27.6%





School Immunization Levels 1981




96.8°/^


95.0%


100.0%


76.4%


SPECIAL SUPPLEMENTAL FOOD PROGRAM












FOR WOMEN, INFANTS AND CHILDREN (WIC)












Average Number Served Per Month 1981


100


27.2


16.4


68.4


4.8


Persons Income Eligible for WIC


154


41.9


40.8


113.3


18.3



NUMBER OF


CHILDREN RECEIVING SERVICES PAID FOR BY HANDICAPPED CHILDREN


S SERVICES 1981


Patients
Served


Cause Amount Paid Total State

Served


Average Patients
Per County


1
1


Cardiac $ 343
Evaluation at Speciality 10
Clinic





Total



481



8.6



rate per 1,000 live births



** percent of live births 1980
199 -



MEDICAL SERVICES PROFILE



MISSOULA COUNTY



Health Personnel

1. Number of Physicians: 166

Physician Ratio per 10,000 Population:
Number of Primary Care Physicians:




Family/General Practice:


21


Internal Medicine:


22


OB-GYN:


13


Pediatrics:


11


Specialists:




Cardiovascular Diseases:


5


Neurology:


2



22.0

Specialists (con't):

Physical Medicine & Rehab: 1

Surgery, Cardiovascular: 9

Surgery, Neurological: 10

Surgery, Orthopedic: 1

Surgery, Plastic: 1

Surgery, Urological: 2



Active Licensed Nurses:



RNs - 636 LPNs - 238
Community Health Nurse



3. Number of Dental Practices:

Full-time: 56 Split:

Medical Facilities and Services



4. Hospitals:

Missoula General
Number of Beds: 57



Missoula Community
Number of Beds: 115



St. Patricks
Number of Beds:



217



Services Available:
Maternity Care
Pediatric Care
Premature Nursery
Neonatal ICU



Missoula Community Only
Available At All Three
Missoula Community Only
Missoula Community Only



Public Clinics:
Services Available:
^■Prenatal Classes

Immunizations

WIC

Parenting Classes

Home Visits

Formal Community Education



County Health Department, Missoula

Well Child Clinics

VD Screening

High Risk Follow-ups

Family Planning Counseling -

Refer to Clinic
Formal Services for Pregnant Teens



*Other: Special at Risk Program, Teen Pregnancy Project, and
Special Services to Refugee Population

*Indicates areas of greatest need as noted by health officials. In this case,
the need was expressed as prenatal "at risk monitoring and postnatal monitoring,
in addition to problems associated with parenting."



Other Clinics:



Planned Parenthood of the Northern Rockies , Five Valleys
Health Care Corporation, S.O.S. Clinic in Seely Lake, and
Urban Indian Health Center - Qua Qui Corporation



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COUNTY P r
MISSOULA COUNTY



FILE



ALL DATA FOR 1980 EXCEPT Wlv-.'-E NOTED







% or RATE










NUMBER


Per 1,000


STATE


HIGH


LOW






County Pop.


AVERAGE


COUNTY


COUNTY


POPULATION












1980 Population


76,016










Population Density


29.1




5.4


53.3


.4


Number of Women 15-45


15,885


20.8 %


20.0%


39.8%


14.8%


Number of Children Under 21


19,547


25.7 %


30.2%


41.2%


25.2%


LOW INCOME POPULATION












ADC Recipients, monthly average 1981


852.4


11.2


9.0


22.3


.6


ADC Recipients Under 19, Jan. 1982


37


7.9 %


10.2%


100.0%





Medicaid Recipients, monthly average 1981


2027.6


26.6


24.9


38.7


4.8


HEALTH-MEDICAL












General Fertility Rate




87.2 *


90.0


185.6


29.9


Infant Deaths 1977-80


58


11.6 *


11.6


26.4





Low Birth Weights 1977-80


313


62,9 *


58.3


99.2


20.8


Women Receiving No Prenatal Care 1977-80


15


3,0 *


7.7


47.5





Women Starting Prenatal Care


222


16.0 %**


20.3%


38.0%


5.0%


After the First Trimester












Induced Abortions


601


433.9 *


173.9


450.4





Women In Need of Family Planning 1979


3001


43,3


43.9


69.6


25.7


Births to Women Under 19


124


8,9 %**


12.3%


27.6%





School Immunization Levels 1981




96.6 %


95.0%


100.0%


76.4%


SPECIAL SUPPLEMENTAL FOOD PROGRAM












FOR WOMEN, INFANTS AND CHILDREN (WIC)


1










Average Number Served Per Month 1981


1417


18.6


16.4


68.4


4.8


Persons Income Eligible for WIC


2512


33.0


40.8


113.3


18.3



numbers include WIC program on Indian Reservation



NUMBER OF CHILDREN RECEIVING SERVICES PAID FOR BY HANDICAPPED CHILDREN'S SERVICES 1981



Patients






Total State


Average Patients


Served


Cause


Amount Paid


Served


Per . Caunty


3


Cystic Fibrosis


$ 188






3


Cardiac


463






1


Neurological


24






11


Bone/Orthopedic


9,090






3


Congenital Deformity


4,939






14


Cleft lip/palate


10,543






1


Hearing Medical


1,680






5


Other conditions


461






13


Evaluation, Speciality


clinic 419






2


Newborn Transport


4,854






3


Hearing Aid


870






TOTAL:


59




481


8.6



rate per 1,000 live births



201 -



** percent of live births 1980



MEDICAL SERVICES PROFILE



MUSSELSHELL COUNTY




Health Personnel



1. Number of Physicians: 1

Physician Ratio per 10,000 Population:
Number of Primary Care Physicians:

Family/ General Practice: 1



2.0



Active Licensed Nurses:



RNs - 18



LPNs - 6



Number of Dental Practices;
Full-time:
Split:



Medical Facilities and Services



4. Hospitals:

Number of Beds:



Roundup Memorial, Roundup
17



Services Available:
Maternity Care
Pediatric Care



5. Public Clinics:



None



Family Planning Counseling



1



Musselshell County does not have a public health nurse. Limited
nursing services are available upon written request of the Mussel-
shell County Commissioners from the Central Montana Health District
in Lewistown. Yellowstone County provides visiting nurse service
by contract with a local nurse. A part-time school nurse is employed,



1



Outreach services are provided by the family planning program in
Yellowstone County.



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COUNTY PROFILE
MUSSELSHELL COUNTY



ALL DATA FOR 1980 EXCEPT WHERE NOTED



POPULATION

1930 Population
Population Density
Number of VJomen 15-45
Number of Children Under 21

LOW INCOME POPULATION
ADC Recipients, monthly average 1981
ADC Recipients Under 19, Jan. 1982
Medicaid Recipients, monthly average 1981

HEALTH-MEDICAL
General Fertility Rate
Infant Deaths 1977-80
Low Birth Heights 1977-80
Women Receiving No Prenatal Care 1977-80
Women Starting Prenatal Care
After the First Trimester
Induced Abortions

Women In Need of Family Planning 1979
Births to Women Under 19
School Immunization Levels 1981

SPECIAL SUPPLEMENTAL FOOD PROGRAM
FOR WOMEN. INFANTS AND CHILDREN (WIC)
Average Number Served Per Month 1981
Persons Income Eligible for WIC



NUMBER



4,428

2.3

712

1397



30.6

1

120,8



2

9

2

20

12

199

9




162



% or RATE
Per 1 ,000
County Pop.



16,0%
31.5%



6.9
5.3%
27.2



106.7*

6.6*
29.7*

6.6*
26.3 %**

157.8*
43.2
11.8%**
96.8 %




36,5



STATE
AVERAGE



5.4
20.0%
30.2%



9.0
10.2%
24.9



90.0

11.6

58.3

7.7

20.3%

173.9
43.9
12.3%

95.0%



16.4
40.8



HIGH
COUNTY



53.3

39.8%

41.2%



22.3

100.0%

38.7



185.6
26.4
99.2
47.5

38.0%

450.4
69.6
27.6%

100.0%



68.4
113.3



LOW
COUNP'



.4

14.8%
25.2%



.6



4.8



29.9



20.8



5.0 5^



25.7



76.4%



4.8
18.3



NUMBER OF CHILDREN RECEIVING SERVICES PAID FOR BY HANDICAPPED CHILDREN'S SERVICES 1981
Patients Total State Average Patients

Served Cause Amount Paid Served Per County



1 Cleft lip/palate

Total: 1



481



8.6



rate per 1,000 live births



** percent of live births 1980
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MEDICAL SERVICES PROFILE



PARK COUNTY




Health Personnel

1. Number of Physicians: 15

Physician Ratio per 10,000 Population: 12.0
Number of Primary Care Physicians:

Family/General Practice: 8
Internal Medicine: 2

Pediatrics: 1



Active Licensed Nurses:



RNs - 97 LPNs - 39
Community Health Nurse



3. Number of Dental Practices:
Full-time:
Split:



Medical Facilities and Services



4. Hospitals:

Number of Beds:



Livingston Memorial, Livingston
54



Services Available:
Maternity Care
Pediatric Care



5. Public Clinics:



County Health Department, Livingston



Services Available:

*Prenatal Classes (-)
*Well Child Clinics

Immunizations

WIC
"'High Risk Follow-ups
"'Formal Community Educ.

Family Planning Counseling - Refer to Bozeman

Home Visits

School Nursing - Preschool Screening

Formal Services for Pregnant Teenagers

^Indicates areas of greatest need as noted by community health nurse.
(-)Services needed but not rendered.



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COUNTY PROFILE
PARK COUNTY



ALL DATA FOR 1980 EXCEPT WHERE NOTED







% or RATE










NUMBER


Per 1,000


STATE


HIGH


LOW






County Pop.


AVERAGE


COUNTY


COUNTS


POPULATION












1980 Population


12,660










Population Density


4.8




5.4


53.3


.4


Number of VJomen 15-45


2.422


19. n


20.0%


39.8%


14.8%


Number of Children Under 21


3,472


27.4%


30.2%


41.2%


25.2%


LOW INCOME POPULATION












ADC Recipients, monthly average 1981


76.9


6.1


9.0


22.3


.6


ADC Recipients Under 19, Jan. 1982


7


12.3%


10.2%


100.0%





Medicaid Recipients, monthly average 1981


324.0


25.5


24.9


38.7


4.8


HEALTH-MEDICAL












General Fertility Rate




88.8*


90.0


185.6


29.9


Infant Deaths 1977-80


7


8.7*


11.6


26.4





Low Birth Weights 1977-80


43


54.0*


58.3


99.2


20.8


Women Receiving No Prenatal Care 1977-80


7


8.7*


7.7


47.5





Women Starting Prenatal Care


43


20. 05^**


20.3%


38.0%


5.0%


After the First Trimester












Induced Abortions


50


232.5*


173.9


450.4





Women In Need of Family Planning 1979


602


44.9


43.9


69.6


25.7


Births to Women Under 19


29


13.5%**


12.3%


27.6%





School Immunization Levels 1981




94.2 %


95.0%


100.0%


76.4°/


SPECIAL SUPPLEMENTAL FOOD PROGRAM












FOR WOMEN, INFANTS AND CHILDREN (WIC)












Average Number Served Per Month 1981


139


10.9


16.4


68.4


4.8


Persons Income Eligible for WIC


407




32.1


40.8


113.3


18.3



NUMBER OF CHILDREN RECEIVING SERVICES PAID FOR BY HANDICAPPED CHILDREN'S SERVICES 1981
Patients Total State Average Patients

Served Cause Amount Paid Served Per County



3
2
3

1

TOTAL:



Neurological $ 692

Cleft lip/palate 1,312

Evaluation at Speciality 12

Clinics

Hearing Aid 252



481



8.6



rate per 1,000 live births



**



- 205



percent of live births 1980



COUNTY PROFILE
PFTROLEUM COUNTY



ALL DATA FOR 1980 EXCEPT WHERE NOTED







% or RATE










NUMBER


Per 1,000


STATE


HIGH


LOW






County Pop.


AVERAGE


COUNTY


COUNTS


POPULATION












1980 Population


655










Population Density


.4




5.4


53.3


.4


Number of Women 15-45


97


14.8%


20.0%


39.8%


14.8%


Number of Children Under 21


254


38.7%


30.2%


41.2%


25.2%


LOW INCOME POPULATION












ADC Recipients, monthly average 1981


3.6


5.5


9.0


22.3


.6


ADC Recipients Under 19, Jan. 1982





0%


10.2%


100.0%





Medicaid Recipients, monthly average 1981


3.2


4.8


24.9


38.7


4.8


HEALTH-MEDICAL












General Fertility Rate




185.6*


90.0


185.6


29.9


Infant Deaths 1977-80





0*


11.6


26.4





Low Birth Weights 1977-80


1


20.8*


58.3


99.2


20.8


Women Receiving No Prenatal Care 1977-80





0*


7.7


47.5





Women Starting Prenatal Care


4


22.2%**


20.3 %


38.0 %


5.0%


After the First Trimester












Induced Abortions





0*


173.9


450.4





Women In Need of Family Planning 1979


25


41.6


43.9


69.6


25.7


Births to Women Under 19


3


16.7%**


12.3%


27.6%





School Immunization Levels 1981




100.0%


95.0%


100.0%


76.4%


SPECIAL SUPPLEMENTAL FOOD PROGRAM












FOR WOMEN, INFANTS AND CHILDREN (WIC)












Average Number Served Per Month 1981








16.4


68.4


4.8


Persons Income Eligible for WIC


28


42.7


40.8


113.3


18.3



NUMBER OF CHILDREN RECEIVING SERVICES PAID FOR BY HANDICAPPED CHILDREN'S SERVICES 1981



Patients
Served



Cause



Amount Paid



Total State
Served



Average Patients
Per County



1 Hearing Aid
Total: 1



$ 250



481



8.6



rate per 1,000 live births



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** percent of live births 1980



MEDICAL SERVICES PROFILE



PHILLIPS COUNTY



Health Personnel




Number of Physicians: 4

Physician Ratio per 10,000 Population: 7.0

Number of Primary Care Physicians:

Family/General Practice: 4



Active Licensed Nurses:



3. Number of Dental Practices;
Full-time:

Medical Facilities and Services



RNs - 28 LPNs - 14
Community Health Nurse



Hospitals:
Number of Beds:



Phillips County Hospital, Malta
30



Services Available:
Maternity Care
Pediatric Care

Public Clinics:



County Health Department, Malta



Services Available:
*Prenatal Classes

Immunizations

WIC, IHS also
*High Risk Follow-ups

Family Planning Counseling - Refer to Clinic

Home Visits

School Nursing - Preschool Screens

Formal Community Education

^Indicates areas of greatest need as noted by public health nurse.
In this case, the needs were listed as "prenatal and postnatal care
and nutrition."

6. Other Clinics: Phillips County Family Planning

Indian Health Service in Harlem



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COUNTY PROFILE
PHILLIPS COUNTY



ALL DATA FOR 1980 EXCEPT WHERE NOTED







% or RATE










NUMBER


Per 1,000


STATE


HIGH


LOW






County Pop.


AVERAGE


COUNTY


COUNTY


POPULATION












1980 Population


5,367










Population Density


1.0




5.4


53.3


.4


Number of Women 15-45


975


18.1%


20.0%


39.8%


14.8%


Number of Children Under 21


1,621


30.2%


30.2%


41.2%


25.2%


LOW INCOME POPULATION












ADC Recipients, monthly average 1981


32.8


6.1


9.0


22.3


.6


ADC Recipients Under 19, Jan. 1982


3


13.6%


10.2%


100.0%





Medicaid Recipients, monthly average 1981


123.5


23.0


24.9


38.7


4.8


HEALTH-MEDICAL












General Fertility Rate




106.7*


90.0


185.6


29.9


Infant Deaths 1977-80


5


12.4*


11.6


26.4





Low Birth Weights 1977-80


23


57.2*


58.3


99.2


20.8


Women Receiving No Prenatal Care 1977-80


3


7.4*


7.7


47.5





Women Starting Prenatal Care


12


11.5%**


20.3 %


38.0%


5.0%


After the First Trimester












Induced Abortions


9


86.5*


173.9


450.4





Women In Need of Family Planning 1979


329


59,8


43.9


69.6


25.7


Births to Women Under 19


12


11.5%**


12.3%


27.6%





School Immunization Levels 1981




76.4%


95.0%


100.0%


76.4%


SPECIAL SUPPLEMENTAL FOOD PROGRAM












FOR WOMEN, INFANTS AND CHILDREN (WIC)


1










Average Number Served Per Month 1981


26


4.8


16.4


68.4


4.8


Persons Income Eligible for WIC


212


39.5


40.8


113.3


18.3



1



numbers reflect WIC program on Indian Reservation



NUMBER OF CHILDREN RECEIVING SERVICES PAID FOR BY HANDICAPPED CHILDREN'S SERVICES 1981



Patients
Served



Cause



Amount Paid



Total State
Served



Average Patients
Per County



1 Cleft lip/palate $ —

1 Hearing, medical

7 Evaluation at Speciality 241

Clinic
Total: 9



481



8.6



rate per 1,000 live births



** percent of live births 1980
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MEDICAL SERVICES PROFILE



PONDERA COUNTY




Health Personnel



1. Number of Physicians: 5

Physician Ratio per 10,000 Population:
Number of Primary Care Physicians:

Family/General Practice: 3



7.0



Active Licensed Nurses:



RNs - 46 LPNs - 32
Community Health Nurse



Number of Dental Practices;
Full-time:



Medical Facilities and Services



4. Hospitals:

Number of Beds:



Pondera Medical Center, Conrad
50



Services Available:
Maternity Care
Pediatric Care



Public Clinics:

Services Available:

Well Child Clinics
WIC

High Risk Follow-ups
Family Planning Counseling
Home Visits
School Nursing
*Formal Coiranunity Education



County Health Department, Conrad



*Indicates area of greatest need as noted by community health nurse.

Outreach services are provided by the family planning program in
Cascade County.



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COUNTY PROFILE
PONDERA COUNTY "



ALL DATA FOR 1980 EXCEPT WHERE NOTED







% or RATE










NUMBER


Per 1,000


STATE


HIGH


LOW






County Pop.


AVERAGE


COUNTY


COUNTY


POPULATION












1980 Population


6,731










Population Density


4.1




5.4


53.3


.4


Number of Women 15-45


975


18.1%


20.0%


39.8%


14.8%


Number of Children Under 21


1621


30.2%


30.2%


41.2%


25.2%


LOW INCOME POPULATION












ADC Recipients, monthly average 1981


82.3


12.2


9.0


22.3


.6


ADC Recipients Under 19, Jan. 1982


6


13.0%


10.2%


100.0%





Medicaid Recipients, monthly average 1981


144.4


21.4


24.9


38.7


4.8


HEALTH-MEDICAL












General Fertility Rate




100.4*


90.0


185.6


29.9


Infant Deaths 1977-80


8


15.6*


11.6


26.4





Low Birth Weights 1977-80


32


62.5*


58.3


99.2


20.8


Women Receiving No Prenatal Care 1977-80


5


9.7*


7.7


47.5





Women Starting Prenatal Care


33


25.1%**


20.3%


38.0%


5.0%


After the First Trimester












Induced Abortions


19


145.0*


173.9


450.4





Women In Need of Family Planning 1979


331


46.6


43.9


69.6


25.7


Births to Women Under 19


16


12.2%**


12.3%


27.6%





School Immunization Levels 1981




97.6%


95.0%


100.0%


76.4%


SPECIAL SUPPLEMENTAL FOOD PROGRAM












FOR WOMEN, INFANTS AND CHILDREN (WIC)


1










Average Number Served Per Month 1981


120


17.8


16.4


68.4


4.8


Persons Income Eligible for WIC


212


39.5


40,8


113.3


18.3



numbers include WIC program on Indian Reservation



NUMBER OF CHILDREN RECEIVING SERVICES PAID FOR BY HANDICAPPED CHILDREN'S SERVICES 1981



Patients
Served



Cause



Amount Paid



Total State
Served



Average Patients
Per County



1 Cardiac

1 Neurological

1 Bone/orthopedic

2 Cleft lip/palate

4 Evaluation at Speciality

Clinics

TOTAL: 9



$



123
654
150
2,053
125



481



8.6



rate per 1,000 live births



**



- 211 -



percent of live births 1980



MEDICAL SERVICE S PROFILE



POWDER RIVER COUNTY




Health Personnel



Number of Physicians: 1

Physician Ratio per 10,000 Population:

Number of Primary Care Physicians:

Internal Medicine 1



4.0



Active Licensed Nurses;



RNs - 15 LPNs - 3
Community Health Nurse



3. Number of Dental Practices;
Split:



Medical Facilities and Services



4. Hospitals:



None



Public Clinics:



County Health Department, Broadus



Services Available:
Immunizations
WIC

High Risk Follow-ups .
Family Planning Counseling
Home Visits
School Nursing

Family planning clinic services are provided in Powder River County
under the sponsorship of the program in Custer County.



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COUNTY PROFILE
POWDER RIVER COUNTY



ALL DATA FOR 1980 EXCEPT WHERE NOTED







% or RATE










NUMBER


Per 1,000


STATE


HIGH


LOW






County Pop.


AVERAGE


COUNTY


COUNTS


POPULATION












1980 Population


2,520










Population Density


.8




5.4


53.3


.4


Number of Women 15-45


528


20.9%


20.0%


39.8%


14.8%


Number of Children Under 21


809


32.1%


30.2%


41.2%


25.2%


LOW INCOME POPULATION












ADC Recipients, monthly average 1981


5.1


2.0


9.0


22.3


.6


ADC Recipients Under 19, Jan. 1982


1


100.0%


10.2%


100.0%





Medicaid Recipients, monthly average 1981


25.6


10.1


24.9


38.7


4.8


HEALTH-MEDICAL












General Fertility Rate




90.9*


90.0


185.6


29.9


Infant Deaths 1977-80


2


10.5*


11.6


26.4





Low Birth Weights 1977-80


10


52.6*


58.3


99.2


20.8


Women Receiving No Prenatal Care 1977-80


1


5.2*


7.7


47.5





Women Starting Prenatal Care


11


22.9%**


20.3 %


38.0%


5.0%


After the First Trimester












Induced Abortions


1


20.8*


173.9


450.4





Women In Need of Family Planning 1979


174


69.6


43.9


69.6


25.7


Births to Women Under 19


2


4.2%**


12.3%


27.6%





School Immunization Levels 1981




97.6%


95.0%


100.0%


76.4%


SPECIAL SUPPLEMENTAL FOOD PROGRAM












FOR WOMEN, INFANTS AND CHILDREN (WIC)












Average Number Served Per Month 1981


15


5.9


16.4


68.4


4.8


Persons Income Eligible for WIC


328


48.7


40.8


113.3


18.3



NUMBER OF CHILDREN RECEIVING SERVICES PAID FOR BY HANDICAPPED CHILDREN'S SERVICES 1981



Patients
Served



Cause



Amount Paid



Total State
Served



Average Patients
Per County



NONE



481



8.6



rate per 1,000 live births



** percent of live births 1980



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MEDIC AL SERVICES PROFILE



POWELL COUNTY




Health Personnel



Number of Physicians: 8

Physician Ratio per 10,000 Population:

Number of Primary Care Physicians:

Family/ General Practice: 6
Specialists:

Surgery, Urological 1



11.0



Active Licensed Nurses:



RNs - 49



LPNs - 30



Number of Dental Practices:
Full-time:
Split:



4
1



Medical Facilities and Services



4. Hospitals:

Number of Beds:



Powell County, Deer Lodge
35



Services Available:
Maternity Care
Pediatric Care



5. Public Clinics:



None



Powell County does not have a community health nurse, although

they do employ a school nurse. Family planning, WIC, and dental

services are provided on a satellite arrangement with Silver Bow
County .



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COUNTY PROFILE
POWELL COUNTY



ALL DATA FOR 1980 EXCEPT WHERE NOTED







% or RATE










NUMBER


Per 1,000


STATE


HIGH


LOW






County


Pop.


AVERAGE


COUNTY


COUNTS


POPULATION














1980 Population


6.958












Population Density


3.0






5.4


53.3


.4


Number of Women 15-45


1,352


19.4


%


20.0%


39.8%


14.8%


Number of Children Under 21


2,022


29.0


%


30.2%


41.2%


25.2%


LOW INCOME POPULATION














ADC Recipients, monthly average 1981


65.8


9.5




9.0


22.3


.6


ADC Recipients Under 19, Jan. 1982


3


5.7


%


10.2%


100.0%





Medicaid Recipients, monthly average 1981


176.6


25.3




24.9


38.7


4.8


HEALTH-MEDICAL














General Fertility Rate




75.4


*


90.0


185.6


29.9


Infant Deaths 1977-80


3


6.9


*


11.6


26.4





Low Birth Weights 1977-80


27


62.7


*


58.3


99.2


20.8


Women Receiving No Prenatal Care 1977-80


2


4.6


*


7.7


47.5





Women Starting Prenatal Care


15


14.7


%**


20.3%


38.0%


5.0°^


After the First Trimester














Induced Abortions


22


215.6


*


173.9


450.4





Women In Need of Family Planning 1979


303


39.8




43.9


69.6


25.7


Births to Women Under 19


11


10.8


%**


12.3%


27.6%





School Immunization Levels 1981




97.6


%


95.0%


100.0%


76.4%


SPECIAL SUPPLEMENTAL FOOD PROGRAM














FOR WOMEN, INFANTS AND CHILDREN (WIC)














Average Number Served Per Month 1981


125


18.0




16.4


68.4


4.8


Persons Income Eligible for WIC


259


37.2




40.8


113.3


18.3



NUMBER OF CHILDREN RECEIVING SERVICES PAID FOR BY HANDICAPPED CHILDREN'S SERVICES 1981



Patients
Served



Cause



Amount Paid



Total State
Served



Average Patients
Per County



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