34 states with the most nonprofit community hospitals

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Here are the states with the most nonprofit community hospitals as of 2015, the latest year from which data is available from the Kaiser Family Foundation.

The American Hospital Association defines community hospitals as "all nonfederal, short-term general, and other special hospitals… including academic medical centers or other teaching hospitals if they are nonfederal short-term hospitals." More than half of community hospitals in the following 33 states are nonprofit.

1. Vermont — 100 percent of hospitals are nonprofit

2. Maryland — 98 percent

3. North Dakota — 95 percent

4. Connecticut — 93.8 percent

5. Wisconsin — 93.7 percent

6. Rhode Island — 90.9 percent

7. Maine — 88.2 percent

8. New York — 85.9 percent

9. Delaware — 85.7 percent

9. New Hampshire — 85.7 percent

11. South Dakota — 84.9 percent

12. New Jersey — 78.7 percent

13. Montana — 78 percent

13. Oregon — 78 percent

15. Minnesota — 76.2 percent

16. Illinois — 76.1 percent

17. Michigan — 75.5 percent

18. Ohio — 75.4 percent

19. Massachusetts — 73.7 percent

20. Pennsylvania — 73.1 percent

21. District of Columbia — 72.7 percent

22. Kentucky — 71.8 percent

23. Virginia — 70.7 percent

24. Arkansas — 62.5 percent

24. Hawaii — 62.5 percent

26. Arizona — 62 percent

27. West Virginia — 61.1 percent

28. California — 59.4 percent

29. North Carolina — 59.3 percent

30. Nebraska — 56.8 percent

31. Indiana— 56.7 percent

32. Utah — 55.3 percent

33. Missouri — 53.7 percent

34. Alaska — 52.4 percent

KFF used data from the American Hospital Association Annual Survey. Data are for community hospitals, which represent 85 percent of all hospitals. Federal hospitals, long-term care hospitals, psychiatric hospitals, institutions for the mentally impaired and addiction rehab facilities are not included.

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