State-by-state breakdown of rural health clinics — Missouri No. 1 at 369

Missouri has the most rural health clinics at 369, followed by Texas and California, according to data from CMS and CASPER as reported by Kaiser Family Foundation.

Rural health clinics deliver primary care and preventive services to underserved and rural areas, and are staffed at least 50 percent of the time by nurse practitioners, physician assistants or other certified nurses.

Here is the breakdown of rural health clinics in all 50 states:

Missouri: 369
Texas: 306
California: 282
Kentucky: 250
Illinois: 241
Iowa: 190
Michigan: 187
Mississippi: 186
Kansas: 182
Florida: 161
Louisiana: 158
Nebraska: 144
Tennessee: 137
Washington: 123
Alabama: 115
Arkansas: 100
Wisconsin: 99
Oregon: 98
Minnesota: 96
Georgia: 90
Oklahoma: 90
South Carolina: 88
Indiana: 76
North Carolina: 76
Pennsylvania: 76
Colorado: 62
Montana: 60
South Dakota: 57
Ohio: 55
North Dakota: 53
West Virginia: 50
Idaho: 47
Maine: 39
Virginia: 39
Arizona: 31
Wyoming: 22
Nevada: 15
New Hampshire: 15
New Mexico: 14
Utah: 14
Hawaii: 11
Vermont: 11
New York: 10
Massachusetts: 3
Alaska: 0
Connecticut: 0
Delaware: 0
Maryland: 0
New Jersey: 0
Rhode Island: 0

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