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No. 18
State Rankings -- Statistical Abstract of the United States

DOCTORS PER 100,000 RESIDENT POPULATION, 2001

[When states share the same rank, the next lower rank is omitted.
Because of rounded data, states may have identical values shown,
but different ranks]

State

Rate \1 Rank
  United States 253

(X)

Alabama 201 39
Alaska 185 44
Arizona 195 41
Arkansas 190 43
California 248 14
Colorado 234 25
Connecticut 356 4
Delaware 238 20
District of Columbia 673 (X)
Florida 235 24
Georgia 205 36
Hawaii 272 9
Idaho 156 50
Illinois 262 11
Indiana 202 37
Iowa 177 45
Kansas 207 35
Kentucky 213 33
Louisiana 254 12
Maine 246 15
Maryland 375 3
Massachusetts 419 1
Michigan 230 27
Minnesota 262 10
Mississippi 168 48
Missouri 231 26
Montana 210 34
Nebraska 226 28
Nevada 174 46
New Hampshire 245 16
New Jersey 303 7
New Mexico 213 32
New York 381 2
North Carolina 235 23
North Dakota 220 29
Ohio 242 19
Oklahoma 163 49
Oregon 235 22
Pennsylvania 290 8
Rhode Island 335 6
South Carolina 216 31
South Dakota 195 42
Tennessee 244 18
Texas 202 38
Utah 199 40
Vermont 335 5
Virginia 248 13
Washington 245 17
West Virginia 219 30
Wisconsin 235 21
Wyoming 173 47

X Not applicable.
\1 Excludes doctors of osteopathy, federally employed persons,
and physicians with addresses unknown. Includes all physicians not
classified according to activity status.

Source: American Medical Association, Chicago, IL., (copyright).
See Table 163, Statistical Abstract of the United States, 2003.


Source: U.S. Census Bureau | Administrative and Customer Services Division | Statistical Compendia Branch | Last Revised: June 18, 2010