Sole Community Provider Hospitals with a Palliative Care Program

Ohio 100% (3/3)
Massachusetts 100% (1/1)
Vermont 100% (2/2)
Oregon 80% (4/5)
Maine 75% (3/4)
Montana 75% (6/8)
Minnesota 67% (4/6)
Nebraska 67% (2/3)
North Dakota 67% (4/6)
Washington 67% (2/3)
Illinois 63% (5/8)
Iowa 57% (4/7)
Michigan 56% (10/18)
South Dakota 56% (5/9)
North Carolina 56% (5/9)
Virginia 56% (5/9)
Arizona 56% (5/9)
New York 53% (8/15)
Missouri 50% (9/18)
Wisconsin 50% (3/6)
Pennsylvania 50% (5/10)
Utah 50% (3/6)
South Carolina 44% (4/9)
West Virginia 44% (4/9)
Alaska 40% (2/5)
New Mexico 36% (5/14)
California 35% (6/17)
Indiana 33% (1/3)
Kentucky 33% (2/6)
Tennessee 33% (1/3)
Kansas 31% (4/13)
Wyoming 27% (3/11)
Colorado 25% (3/12)
Hawaii 25% (1/4)
Arkansas 19% (3/16)
Texas 18% (9/51)
Florida 17% (1/6)
Alabama 11% (1/9)
Georgia 8% (1/12)
Mississippi 8% (1/13)
Oklahoma 5% (1/21)
Louisiana 0% (0/3)
Idaho 0% (0/1)
Nevada 0% (0/3)
Connecticut --% (--/--)
New Hampshire --% (--/--)
New Jersey --% (--/--)
Rhode Island --% (--/--)
Delaware --% (--/--)
District of Columbia --% (--/--)
Maryland --% (--/--)
The Center to Advance Palliative Care (CAPC) provides health care professionals with the tools, training and technical assistance necessary to start and sustain successful palliative care programs in hospitals and other health care settings. Located at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York City, CAPC is a national organization dedicated to increasing the availability of quality palliative care services for people facing serious, complex illness.

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