Community Hospital Units by State (2015)

RankStateExpenses Per Capita Age Adjusted
UNITED STATES$2,639
1NORTH DAKOTA$4,537
2MASSACHUSETTS$3,808
3SOUTH DAKOTA$3,503
4NEW YORK$3,437
5OHIO$3,328
6MISSOURI$3,201
7NEW HAMPSHIRE$3,156
8VERMONT$3,143
9MAINE$3,123
10MINNESOTA$3,116
11DELAWARE$3,052
12RHODE ISLAND$3,040
13WISCONSIN$2,969
14ALASKA$2,947
15CONNECTICUT$2,914
16PENNSYLVANIA$2,910
17INDIANA$2,851
18ILLINOIS$2,842
19MICHIGAN$2,812
20WASHINGTON$2,793
21NEBRASKA$2,778
22WEST VIRGINIA$2,736
23MONTANA$2,638
24CALIFORNIA$2,596
25KENTUCKY$2,595
26LOUISIANA$2,569
27IOWA$2,566
28MARYLAND$2,514
29KANSAS$2,508
30OREGON$2,496
31IDAHO$2,478
32COLORADO$2,442
33NORTH CAROLINA$2,405
34MISSISSIPPI$2,402
35NEW JERSEY$2,386
36TENNESSEE$2,373
37WYOMING$2,368
38TEXAS$2,319
39UTAH$2,278
40VIRGINIA$2,266
41GEORGIA$2,228
42NEW MEXICO$2,198
43HAWAII$2,167
44OKLAHOMA$2,123
45ALABAMA$2,050
46SOUTH CAROLINA$2,050
47ARKANSAS$2,021
48ARIZONA$1,896
49FLORIDA$1,852
50NEVADA$1,722

 

 

Source:  AHA Annual Survey of Hospitals
Population Data is from the Bureau of the Census