10 states with the highest percentage of for-profit hospitals

Texas has the largest percentage of its hospitals being for-profit institutions, with just over half being for-profit, according to the Kaiser Family Foundation.

The data is for community hospitals and collected by the AHA Annual Survey from the Health Forum, an affiliate of the American Hospital Association.

Here are the top 10 states with the largest percentage of all hospitals in the state being for-profit:

1. Texas: 53.2 percent
2. Nevada: 52.3 percent
3. Florida: 52.1 percent
4. New Mexico: 43.9 percent
5. Arizona: 43.4 percent
6. Louisiana: 41.8 percent
7. Tennessee: 39.1 percent
8. Oklahoma: 38.4 percent
9. South Carolina: 36.2 percent
10. Utah: 35.2 percent

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