50 states ranked by the share of adults who went a year without visiting a physician

From Becker’s:

Here is a ranking of the 50 states by the percentage of adults who did not see or talk to a general physician in 12 months.

This list is based on data from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention and the National Center for Health Statistics.

States total 50, although the list includes ties, which are represented with bullets and result in a numerical listing of 43.

37.    Nebraska – 40.4 percent
38.    Idaho – 41.5 percent
•    South Carolina – 41.5 percent
39.    New Mexico – 41.7 percent
40.    Nevada – 43.7 percent
41.    Alaska – 45.8 percent
42.    South Dakota – 47.7 percent
43.    Montana – 48.1 percent


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