Community Hospital Units by State (2014)

RankStateInpatient Days Per 1000 Population - Age Adjusted
UNITED STATES524.0
1NEW YORK691.2
2NORTH DAKOTA678.1
3MISSISSIPPI662.6
4LOUISIANA652.6
5ALABAMA638.3
6KENTUCKY637.7
7TENNESSEE616.6
8MISSOURI596.9
9MASSACHUSETTS593.5
10WEST VIRGINIA593.1
11SOUTH DAKOTA591.7
12PENNSYLVANIA585.8
13NEBRASKA584.4
14OHIO571.4
15GEORGIA560.8
16TEXAS547.5
17NEW JERSEY542.6
18DELAWARE542.2
19OKLAHOMA541.5
20CONNECTICUT536.4
21ARKANSAS530.4
22MICHIGAN522.6
23ILLINOIS522.2
24MARYLAND514.4
25INDIANA513.3
26SOUTH CAROLINA512.3
27NORTH CAROLINA502.3
28NEVADA500.2
29KANSAS498.8
30RHODE ISLAND491.0
31MINNESOTA486.8
32VIRGINIA483.8
33ALASKA475.8
34FLORIDA474.5
35HAWAII444.9
36IOWA437.2
37CALIFORNIA421.4
38NEW HAMPSHIRE419.7
39WISCONSIN404.2
40COLORADO398.5
41MAINE395.0
42ARIZONA394.8
43WASHINGTON384.7
44MONTANA381.7
45UTAH377.4
46NEW MEXICO374.2
47VERMONT341.6
48IDAHO336.2
49OREGON333.2
50WYOMING283.5

 

 

Source:  AHA Annual Survey of Hospitals
Population Data is from the Bureau of the Census
Note: “Age Adjusted” is based on percentage variance from national average for percentage of population age 65 and older.
Assumptions: (1) The 65 and older population generate 3.5 times as many hospital admissions as the under 65 population. (2) 65 and older population generate 4.5 times as many hospital inpatient days as under 65 population.