(Wyoming) – A new study has ranked every state plus Washington D.C. in overall child healthcare.
The study from Wallethub took into account 35 different metrics including mental and physical health for children under 18, infant and child-death rate, pediatrician and doctors per capita, cost of doctor’s visits and much more.
Overall, Wyoming ranked in the middle of the country, 24th.
Wyoming ranked well when it came to access to health care, but fairly low in oral health.
Washington D.C., Hawaii, Vermont and Washington ranked as the best states for child healthcare.
Texas, Georgia, Oklahoma, Tennessee, and Arkansas rank as the worst states for child healthcare.
Check out the full study here.