Northwest Medical Center

Detailed report on the hospital located in Margate, Florida (FL).

Northwest Medical Center is a for-profit acute care hospital based at 2801 N State Road 7 in Margate, FL. The facility is accredited and provides emergency services. The mortality rate for heart attack patients at the facility is no different than the national rate. The patient mortality rate is also no different than the national rate. In 2006, a total of 2,427 Medicare patients were given 19,154 days of PPS inpatient care and services. The provider was reimbursed $22,827,900 by Medicare for those services. 5,801 Medicare patients were given outpatient care and services by this provider in 2006. The provider was reimbursed $3,879,088 by Medicare for these services.

When compared to state levels, heart failure patients at this facility are more likely to be given discharge instructions.

Overall Rating

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Rated 2.44 out of 5 from 9 User Reviews
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Quality of Care Rating

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Rated 2.00 out of 5 on this user rated measure.

Staff Rating

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Rated 2.33 out of 5 on this user rated measure.

Facility Rating

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Rated 2.89 out of 5 on this user rated measure.

Promptness Rating

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Rated 2.33 out of 5 on this user rated measure.

Facility Type

Acute Care

Ownership Type

Proprietary

Address

2801 N State Road 7
Margate, FL 33063

Phone Number

(954) 974-0400

Geographic Coordinates

26.260668, -80.201685
* The accuracy of these coordinates is at a address level.

Accredited

Status

Indicates whether the facility is accredited.

This Provider This Provider
Yes
Broward County
17 (100.00%)
Florida
167 (94.89%)
United States
3,333 (77.01%)

Emergency Services

Status

Indicates whether the facility offers emergency care services.

This Provider This Provider
Yes
Broward County
17 (100.00%)
Florida
168 (95.45%)
United States
3,947 (91.20%)

Quality Measures

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Heart Attack Patients Given Inhibitor or ARB

The percentage of heart attack patients given ace inhibitor or arb for left ventricular systolic dysfunction (lvsd). The sample size for this measure was 27 patients.

This Provider This Provider
89.00%
Broward County
88.59%
Florida
83.18%
United States
82.44%

Heart Attack Patients Given Aspirin at Discharge

The percentage of heart attack patients given aspirin at discharge. The sample size for this measure was 72 patients.

This Provider This Provider
90.00%
Broward County
91.18%
Florida
87.78%
United States
90.10%

Heart Attack Patients Given Beta Blocker at Discharge

The percentage of heart attack patients given beta blocker at discharge. The sample size for this measure was 93 patients.

This Provider This Provider
99.00%
Broward County
93.71%
Florida
91.75%
United States
89.74%

Heart Failure Patients Given ACE Inhibitor or ARB

The percentage of heart failure patients given ace inhibitor or arb for left ventricular systolic dysfunction (lvsd). The sample size for this measure was 95 patients.

This Provider This Provider
87.00%
Broward County
85.71%
Florida
82.27%
United States
82.00%

Heart Failure Patients Given Discharge Instructions

The percentage of heart failure patients given discharge instructions. The sample size for this measure was 260 patients.

This Provider This Provider
88.00%
Broward County
81.35%
Florida
61.46%
United States
60.95%

Pneumonia Patients Given Influenza Vaccination

The percentage of pneumonia patients assessed and given influenza vaccination. The sample size for this measure was 53 patients.

This Provider This Provider
70.00%
Broward County
73.20%
Florida
64.14%
United States
69.93%

Pneumonia Patients Given Antibiotics within 4 Hours

The percentage of pneumonia patients given initial antibiotic(s) within 4 hours after arrival. The sample size for this measure was 225 patients.

This Provider This Provider
70.00%
Broward County
80.06%
Florida
73.86%
United States
80.14%

Pneumonia Patients Given Smoking Cessation Advice

The percentage of pneumonia patients given smoking cessation advice or counseling. The sample size for this measure was 52 patients.

This Provider This Provider
96.00%
Broward County
97.82%
Florida
90.11%
United States
79.65%

Pneumonia Patients whose Blood Culture Performed Prior to Antibiotics

The percentage of pneumonia patients whose initial emergency room blood culture was performed prior to the administration of the first hospital dose of antibiotics. The sample size for this measure was 156 patients.

This Provider This Provider
90.00%
Broward County
90.65%
Florida
88.14%
United States
90.43%

Surgery Patients Given Appropriate Antibiotics

The percentage of surgery patients who received the appropriate preventative antibiotic(s) for their surgery. The sample size for this measure was 110 patients.

This Provider This Provider
82.00%
Broward County
92.41%
Florida
89.56%
United States
89.88%

Heart Attack Patients Given Aspirin at Arrival

The percentage of heart attack patients given aspirin at arrival. The sample size for this measure was 165 patients.

This Provider This Provider
88.00%
Broward County
93.76%
Florida
93.25%
United States
92.45%

Heart Attack Patients Given Beta Blocker at Arrival

The percentage of heart attack patients given beta blocker at arrival. The sample size for this measure was 102 patients.

This Provider This Provider
89.00%
Broward County
91.53%
Florida
88.92%
United States
87.23%

Heart Attack Patients Given Fibrinolytic Medication within 30 Minutes

The percentage of heart attack patients given fibrinolytic medication within 30 minutes of arrival. The sample size for this measure was 8 patients.

Note:
  • The number of cases is too small for purposes of reliably predicting hospital's performance.

This Provider This Provider
25.00%
Broward County
31.22%
Florida
32.66%
United States
31.22%

Heart Attack Patients Given Smoking Cessation Advice

The percentage of heart attack patients given smoking cessation advice or counseling. The sample size for this measure was 10 patients.

Note:
  • The number of cases is too small for purposes of reliably predicting hospital's performance.

This Provider This Provider
90.00%
Broward County
92.06%
Florida
92.07%
United States
87.61%

Heart Failure Patients Given Evaluation of LVS Function

The percentage of heart failure patients given an evaluation of left ventricular systolic (lvs) function. The sample size for this measure was 333 patients.

This Provider This Provider
93.00%
Broward County
93.82%
Florida
89.55%
United States
83.53%

Heart Failure Patients Given Smoking Cessation Advice

The percentage of heart failure patients given smoking cessation advice or counseling. The sample size for this measure was 37 patients.

This Provider This Provider
100.00%
Broward County
98.00%
Florida
90.99%
United States
81.61%

Pneumonia Patients Given Pneumococcal Vaccination

The percentage of pneumonia patients assessed and given pneumococcal vaccination. The sample size for this measure was 175 patients.

This Provider This Provider
73.00%
Broward County
72.94%
Florida
67.34%
United States
69.00%

Pneumonia Patients Given Oxygenation Assessment

The percentage of pneumonia patients given oxygenation assessment. The sample size for this measure was 274 patients.

This Provider This Provider
100.00%
Broward County
99.53%
Florida
99.38%
United States
99.26%

Pneumonia Patients Given Most Appropriate Antibiotics

The percentage of pneumonia patients given the most appropriate initial antibiotic(s). The sample size for this measure was 194 patients.

This Provider This Provider
88.00%
Broward County
87.71%
Florida
83.63%
United States
82.91%

Surgery Patients Given Antibiotics 1 Hour Before Incision

The percentage of surgery patients who received preventative antibiotic(s) 1 hour before incision. The sample size for this measure was 318 patients.

Note:
  • Rate reflects fewer than the maximum possible quarters of data for the measure.

This Provider This Provider
86.00%
Broward County
86.24%
Florida
83.05%
United States
76.95%

Surgery Patients whose Antibiotics Stopped within 24 Hours of Surgery

The percentage of surgery patients whose preventative antibiotic(s) are stopped within 24 hours after surgery. The sample size for this measure was 312 patients.

Note:
  • Rate reflects fewer than the maximum possible quarters of data for the measure.

This Provider This Provider
79.00%
Broward County
65.82%
Florida
70.12%
United States
71.77%

Mortality Rates

Charts

30-Day Mortality Rate from Heart Attack

This hospitals 30 day patient death (mortality) rate from heart attack. The value is one of three types: Better, no different, or worse than the national rate.

No different than National Rate
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30-Day Mortality Rate from Heart Failure

This hospitals 30 day patient death (mortality) rate from heart failure. The value is one of three types: Better, no different, or worse than the national rate.

No different than National Rate
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Treatment Figures

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PPS Inpatients

The number of prospective payment system inpatients treated by this provider that were covered by Medicare Part A in 2006. The prospective payment system (PPS) is a method of reimbursement in which Medicare payment is made based on a predetermined, fixed amount. [1]

This Provider This Provider
2,427
Broward County Average
2,363
Florida Average
3,510
United States Average
2,267

PPS Inpatient Utilization Days

The number of days of prospective payment system inpatient care that are chargeable to Medicare Part A facility utilization by this provider in 2006. The prospective payment system (PPS) is a method of reimbursement in which Medicare payment is made based on a predetermined, fixed amount. [1]

This Provider This Provider
19,154
Broward County Average
19,818
Florida Average
26,657
United States Average
17,102

Outpatients

The number of outpatients treated by this provider that were covered by Medicare Part B in 2006. An outpatient is defined as a patient treated in under 24 hours at a qualifying medical facility.

Note:

These figures may include data from other departments at this facility.

This Provider This Provider
5,801
Broward County Average
6,933
Florida Average
10,411
United States Average
7,242

PPS Inpatient Days

The number of days of prospective payment system inpatient care given by this provider that were covered by Medicare Part A in 2006. The prospective payment system (PPS) is a method of reimbursement in which Medicare payment is made based on a predetermined, fixed amount. [1]

This Provider This Provider
19,336
Broward County Average
20,033
Florida Average
26,882
United States Average
17,255

PPS Inpatient Discharges

The number of prospective payment system inpatient discharges made by this provider that were covered by Medicare Part A in 2006. A discharge is defined as a formal release from a hospital or skilled nursing facility. The prospective payment system (PPS) is a method of reimbursement in which Medicare payment is made based on a predetermined, fixed amount. [1]

This Provider This Provider
3,051
Broward County Average
2,921
Florida Average
4,561
United States Average
2,995

Financials

Charts

Medicare PPS Inpatient Payments

The total prospective payment system inpatient associated Medicare Part A payments, plus pass-through, made to this provider in 2006. The prospective payment system (PPS) is a method of reimbursement in which Medicare payment is made based on a predetermined, fixed amount. [1]

This Provider This Provider
$22,827,900
Broward County Average
$27,232,030
Florida Average
$38,611,039
United States Average
$28,006,530

Medicare Payments Per PPS Inpatient Day

The average Medicare payments made to this provider per Medicare Part A covered prospective payment system inpatient day in 2006. The prospective payment system (PPS) is a method of reimbursement in which Medicare payment is made based on a predetermined, fixed amount. [1]

This Provider This Provider
$1,181
Broward County Average
$1,359
Florida Average
$1,436
United States Average
$1,623

Medicare Payments Per PPS Inpatient Discharge

The average Medicare payments made to this provider per Medicare Part A covered prospective payment system inpatient discharge in 2006. A discharge is defined as a formal release from a hospital or skilled nursing facility. The prospective payment system (PPS) is a method of reimbursement in which Medicare payment is made based on a predetermined, fixed amount. [1]

This Provider This Provider
$7,482
Broward County Average
$9,323
Florida Average
$8,465
United States Average
$9,352

Medicare Outpatient Payments

The total outpatient associated Medicare Part B payments made to this provider in 2006. An outpatient is defined as a patient treated in under 24 hours at a qualifying medical facility.

Note:

These figures may include data from other departments at this facility.

This Provider This Provider
$3,879,088
Broward County Average
$5,273,577
Florida Average
$7,170,737
United States Average
$5,694,349

Medicare Payments Per PPS Inpatient

The average Medicare payments made to this provider per Medicare Part A covered prospective payment system inpatient in 2006. The prospective payment system (PPS) is a method of reimbursement in which Medicare payment is made based on a predetermined, fixed amount. [1]

This Provider This Provider
$9,406
Broward County Average
$11,525
Florida Average
$11,002
United States Average
$12,356

Medicare Payments Per PPS Inpatient Utilization Day

The average Medicare payments made to this provider per Medicare Part A covered prospective payment system inpatient utilization day in 2006. This measure includes full days, coinsurance days, and lifetime reserve days. The prospective payment system (PPS) is a method of reimbursement in which Medicare payment is made based on a predetermined, fixed amount. [1]

This Provider This Provider
$1,192
Broward County Average
$1,374
Florida Average
$1,448
United States Average
$1,638

Medicare Payments Per Outpatient

The average Medicare payments made to this provider per Medicare Part B covered outpatient in 2006. An outpatient is defined as a patient treated in under 24 hours at a qualifying medical facility.

Note:

These figures may include data from other departments at this facility.

This Provider This Provider
$669
Broward County Average
$761
Florida Average
$689
United States Average
$786

Reviews and Ratings

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A Review by Anonymous

Northwest Medical Center Review
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Staff:
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Facility:
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Promptness:
Full StarFull StarFull StarFull StarEmpty Star
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DO NOT go to this hospital unless you absolutely have to. This is a for profit hospital and trust me if their people mess up and have to redo a test you will pay for both tests. I will NEVER come back here. If I have anything to do with it I wont return. These people are greedy. They dont care about patients, that is my honest believe now.

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A Review by Anonymous

Northwest Medical Center Review
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ER staff treated ONLY the original complaint from an accident. Did not take blood pressure or vitals upon admission, relied soley on fire rescue data. Had to practically demand to see a doctor, otherwise treated only by Nurse Practioner who did not believe in treating the whole person of an 83 year old, said they would never get through patients if they delved into history and how it may effect current injury. The nursing staff was more concerned about the ongoing baseball games and how to get them on their mobile devices than patient care. Also, ER does not have enough beds, sat in hallway for 4 hours and finally left after being told being discharged, then being admitted to hospital. Too many conflicting stories from all around. Just as a side, they also literally lost a patient after bringing them to delivery and labor and leaving them outside of the elevator and not telling anyone.

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A Review by Anonymous

Northwest Medical Center Review
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Full StarEmpty StarEmpty StarEmpty StarEmpty Star
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Full StarEmpty StarEmpty StarEmpty StarEmpty Star
Promptness:
Full StarFull StarFull StarEmpty StarEmpty Star
Insurance:
Blue Cross / Blue Shield
Details:

They did a facelift because a new ER opened down the road, but still horrible care. This is the last time I will ever go there in a conscious state! I just had surgery at Cleveland Clinic, unfortunately pain medicine just doesn't work for me and I need three times as much, but since I have never really taken pain meds, except a couple dental surgeries, I did not know this. I could not drive to CC to get another prescription because I was taking pain meds, and I could not get someone to drive me on short notice, the office in not open on weekends, so they told me to go to the ER. I went and was not pleased with the cheesy security they had set up and then I was treated like a drug addict by some C*** of a doctor. I was in pain and should have been home not in a frekin ER and then to be treated that way?!?!? She would not renew my prescription and gave me a non-narcotic drug Ultram or something that did absolutely nothing for my pain, waste of time and money!!!! and I just had to be in pain because they dont really give a f***. I would like to point out that 100 people die a day from narcotic overdoses and the pharmaceutical companies make the drugs, and doctors were/are handing them out like candy, so you all are to blame for the epidemic, but instead of being held accountable you treat people like drug addicts, thanks a lot! I went a few months ago with my daughter when she hurt her arm and I thought it was an amazing experience! They gave us warm blankets, there was no security, and everyone was so nice!! but they did have sensors all over the hospital so they could start tracking where the staff was at all times??? I don't see how that will help moral for those working there at all. Before that my daughter had broken her arm, but I was transferred to another hospital. Before that my other daughter had her elbow pop out of socket, which they grilled my like I was abusing my daughter (f*** you!) then after it happening numerous time and going to the pediatrician - who did not know why it kept happening - and then referred to a pediatric ortho, who quickly chirped that it is something called nurse-maid elbow (google it) and can be hereditary and happens when the kids are young before the bone forms more securely over the joint/looser ligaments. He then showed me how to simply turn the forearm prone then turn it supine and it will pop back in place. Why would a pediatric ER or pediatrician not know this!!?? Instead they treated me poorly, thanks a lot. And then my first experience there was with the birth of my daughter 10 yrs ago, when I was transferred from a home birth there do to some minor complications. The staff were behaving like idiots shouting stupid things in the halls, the doctor was cold and callous. He showed up in shorts and he hurt me (sexual assault in my opinion) to the point I screamed and pushed his hand away in response he looked at me and said in a disgusted tone "Don't you ever touch me again!" Needless to say, I was already 10 cm and had been in active labor and pushing, but my labor completely stalled.... he told me I had two minutes to push out the baby or he was going to pull it out... I pushed out my baby in under two minutes - with NO contractions - NO pain meds! And we had respectfully requested not to cut the cord, which he just laughed at us and made disparaging comments. I refused to have the baby leave my sight, so instead of bringing a nurse in our room to check her, they had me and the father go into the neonatal room, which I thought was such a bad call, now we - who had just come from the outside - were in a room full of infants! I am certain that was not the best option to expose those babies to us... Then they gave us a hard time about the Hep B vaccine blah blah blah, we were able to answer the nurses' questions, but they couldn't answer ours... like I'm Hep B- so why does my baby need this? The high risk groups are unprotected sex and drug use...? So again why? I will not use Northwest Medical Center again. Nor would I recommend this place.

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A Review by Anonymous

Northwest Medical Center Review
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Staff:
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Facility:
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This hospital and its staff are the worst I have ever seen. The treatment my mother received from the Dr's and nurses was horrendous. She had to be readmitted to the hospital twice within days of being discharged. No one could give me us a diagnosis, no Dr. communicated with each other, the nurses let her sit naked in the bed in urine God only knows for how long. I asked to speak to a Dr. prior to a procedure and that never happened. I was told it was because my mother was of sound mind, she can speak for herself. The procedure caused my mother to have an emboli and her toes almost amputated. The next thing I know my mother is no longer my mother any longer, she is hallucinating and can not speak and she is in hospice and she died! She should have never died. Shed should be home with me now. What they did to my mother was nothing short of torture.

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A Review by Anonymous

Northwest Medical Center Review
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Insurance:
Humana
Details:

assigned Dr.Silverfarb, didbad surgery, no bedside manner, no rders when discarged. needed to go to other spine surgeon elsewhere to fix oroblem caused by him patient in awful pain. no orders no script. no baoel movement

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A Review by Anonymous

Northwest Medical Center Review
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Insurance:
Blue Cross / Blue Shield
Details:

Attention to Whom it may concern : My mom went to that hospital for 12 days from Coral Springs Medical Center : he care was poor in the ICU unit ' " there must be a way to improve your ICU unit It was the worst care that she received from those horrible nurses " I was there with her and I saw the care that she recieved " They bruised her up terribly and I want this patient care taken care of : I dont approve that someone should be treated like that : It is inhumane and unprofessional. If you want to email me with this matter in hand : please do at foxydawn20@aol.com . Thank you for listening : D from Coral Springs

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A Review by Anonymous

Northwest Medical Center Review
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Insurance:
United Healthcare
Details:

A very bad experience.I was there 3 days and saw the specialist once for 2 minutes. Went to another hospital and was healed promptly.

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A Review by Anonymous

Northwest Medical Center Review
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Insurance:
Aetna
Details:

My surgery was June 15, a four day stay. Nurses we extremely unattentive to me and my roommate (I shared a room.) IV bags constantly running out, we rang the nurses constanlty the first night after our surgery. There was a few days when I saw the nurse maybe once. I wish never to visit that place again. I had a reaction to my morphine and the nurses took almost 2 hours to give me a shot of benadryl. I called them three times with no response. They acted like I was a big bother. I was covered in scratches by then. An hour later the nurse replace my Morphine so I could use it some more. Very incompetent and nasty people. Oh then some lady came by to ask us how our experience was while the nurses were close by, what were we to say? They may have poisoned us so we kept quiet. Never felt so uncared for in my life and I am 43 years old.

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A Review by Anonymous

Northwest Medical Center Review
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Care:
Full StarFull StarFull StarFull StarFull Star
Staff:
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Facility:
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Promptness:
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Insurance:
United Healthcare
Details:

THE STAFF, DOCTORS AND NURSES VERY NICE. MAX. WAINTING IN ER. 10 MINUTES.EXCELLENT

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Discussions

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Daytime Emergency care

Daytime Emergency care
Details:

I went to the DAYTIME EMERGENCY room and was professionally treated by an excellent nurse for burns of the hand. I received very good care

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Member:
Anonymous
Date:
Wednesday, July 20, 2011 6:31 AM MST
Last Reply:
Wednesday, July 20, 2011 6:43 AM MST

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Margate at a Glance

Margate has a total population of 53,909, of which 11,245 are children under the age of 18 and 11,683 are seniors 65 and older. The median age is 40.4.

Total Population:
53,909
Median Age:
40.4
Males:
25,466 (47.2%)
Female:
28,443 (52.8%)
Children (0-17):
11,245 (20.9%)
Adults (18-64):
30,981 (57.5%)
Seniors (65+):
11,683 (21.7%)
Age Breakdown:
Breakdown of age groups in Margate
Married:
25,123 (46.6%)
Divorced:
4,699 (8.7%)
Marriage Breakdown:
Breakdown of marriage in Margate
Hispanic Ethnicity:
8,238 (15.28%)
White:
42,478 (78.80%)
African American:
6,268 (11.63%)
Asian:
1,497 (2.78%)
Pacific Islander:
31 (0.06%)
Indian:
139 (0.26%)
Other:
1,549 (2.87%)
Two or More:
1,947 (3.61%)
Racial Breakdown:
Breakdown of race in Margate

Health

The average number of disabilities per resident is 0.39, which does not include institutionalized individuals.

Disabilities:
0.39 (Per Capita)
Dialysis Centers:
1
Doctors:
0
Home Agencies:
3
Hospitals:
1
Nursing Homes:
1
Medical Suppliers:
23
Rehab Centers:
2

Wealth

The median family income is $48,254 while the median household income is $38,722. Roughly 8.27% of the population live in poverty.

Family Income:
$48,254
Household Income:
$38,722
In Poverty:
8.27%

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