10 cheapest cities for healthcare

McAllen, Texas, is the most affordable city for healthcare, with residents spending 30.1 percent less on healthcare than the nationwide average, according to a new study from apartment search website Rent.com.

The website analyzed cost-of-living data from the Council for Community and Economic Research to rank 256 cities on affordability for healthcare services.

Here are the cheapest cities for healthcare, along with their percent below the national average:

1. McAllen, Texas (30.1 percent)

2. Cookeville, Tenn. (22 percent)

3. Lexington, Ky. (21.3 percent)

4. Statesboro, Ga. (19.2 percent)

5. Plano, Texas (18.4 percent)

6. Birmingham, Ala. (18 percent)

7. Memphis, Tenn. ( 18 percent)

8. Cedar City, Utah ( 17.9 percent)

9. Richmond, Ind. (17.7 percent)

10. Florence, Ala. (17.4 percent)

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