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New Hampshire ranked 4th best for health care

Aug 08, 2017

BY: CCNH-LFDA Highlights

In a new ranking of the states, WalletHub said New Hampshire was the fourth best state in the nation for health care. 

The report included thirty-five measures of health care, from the average monthly insurance premium to dentists per capita.

New Hampshire scored particularly well for its infant mortality rate – the lowest in the nation – and the percentage of physicians who accept Medicare.

Hawaii came in first place, and Louisiana was last in the nation.  The rest of New England all ranked in the top fifteen states, though none scored higher than New Hampshire.

A February 2017 report from U.S. News and World Report also ranked New Hampshire fourth in the nation for health care. 

Do you agree that New Hampshire has some of the best health care in the nation?  Let us know in the comments below.

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