Community Hospital Units by State (2014)

RankStateExpenses Per Capita - Age Adjusted
UNITED STATES$2,527
1NORTH DAKOTA$4,302
2MASSACHUSETTS$3,682
3NEW YORK$3,357
4SOUTH DAKOTA$3,299
5OHIO$3,181
6MISSOURI$3,084
7NEW HAMPSHIRE$3,035
8VERMONT$3,026
9MINNESOTA$3,024
10MAINE$2,962
11DELAWARE$2,923
12ALASKA$2,913
13RHODE ISLAND$2,867
14PENNSYLVANIA$2,791
15ILLINOIS$2,779
16CONNECTICUT$2,769
17NEBRASKA$2,767
18WISCONSIN$2,749
19INDIANA$2,745
20MICHIGAN$2,694
21KENTUCKY$2,631
22WEST VIRGINIA$2,594
23WASHINGTON$2,555
24MONTANA$2,500
25LOUISIANA$2,482
26IOWA$2,469
27MARYLAND$2,424
28MISSISSIPPI$2,401
29CALIFORNIA$2,400
30KANSAS$2,386
31OREGON$2,373
32COLORADO$2,361
33IDAHO$2,331
34TENNESSEE$2,315
35NORTH CAROLINA$2,306
36NEW JERSEY$2,293
37TEXAS$2,233
38WYOMING$2,216
39VIRGINIA$2,166
40UTAH$2,138
41GEORGIA$2,096
42HAWAII$2,072
43OKLAHOMA$2,032
44SOUTH CAROLINA$2,017
45ALABAMA$1,976
46ARKANSAS$1,922
47NEW MEXICO$1,903
48ARIZONA$1,829
49FLORIDA$1,776
50NEVADA$1,618

 

 

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