Georgia has 159 counties, with each individually reporting how many abortions were performed there each year. The counties report to the Department of Public Health (DPH), who releases the statistics through their Online Analytical Statistical Information System (OASIS). We then take that data and compile it for each reporting year in an excel sheet to make reviewing the statistics a bit easier.
Since 2011, DPH has only reported in-state abortion numbers – meaning that residents from other states, such as Alabama, who come to Georgia for an abortion do not get included in these statistics. They have also stopped reporting on the number of abortions performed at the various facilities which allows the abortionists to operate without accountability.
For the latest data available, which is calendar year 2013, click HERE.
For 2012, click HERE.
For 2011, click here.
For 2010, click here
For 2009, click here.
To view the statistics for yourself, visit the Online Analytical Statistical Information System (OASIS) and under “Measure,” use the dropbox and select ITOPS & ITOP Rate (Induced Terminations Of Pregnancy).