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How many hospitals does each state have?

Texas has 407 hospitals, the most in the country, according to CMS.

All total, there are 4,749 acute care hospitals, critical access hospitals and children's hospitals in the U.S. as of Dec. 19, 2016, according to CMS' Hospital Compare list of all hospitals that have been registered with Medicare.

Nineteen states have more than 100 hospitals. Here is the breakdown of hospitals per state.

Texas: 407
California: 341
Florida: 186
Illinois: 180
New York: 172
Pennsylvania: 170
Ohio: 168
Kansas: 137
Georgia: 134
Michigan: 131
Minnesota: 131
Wisconsin: 126
Oklahoma: 123
Louisiana: 122
Indiana: 120
Iowa: 116
Missouri: 114
Tennessee: 109
North Carolina: 106
Mississippi: 96
Kentucky: 94
Washington: 91
Nebraska: 90
Alabama: 89
Virginia: 87
Arizona: 81
Colorado: 78
Arkansas: 74
New Jersey: 66
Massachusetts: 64
Montana: 61
Oregon: 60
South Carolina: 60
South Dakota: 60
Maryland: 49
West Virginia: 49
Utah: 46
North Dakota: 44
Idaho: 41
New Mexico: 41
Maine: 33
Nevada: 33
Connecticut: 31
Wyoming: 27
New Hampshire: 26
Hawaii: 23
Alaska: 22
Vermont: 14
Rhode Island: 11
Washington, D.C.: 8
Delaware: 7

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