Texas Cities with Hospitals Starting with "T"

Find a detailed report on a local Texas hospital including information on quality, mortality, patient reviews, ratings, and more.

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Temple, TX

Temple
Summary:

Temple has 2 hospitals. With a population of 54,514, the city has a hospital for every 27,257 residents.

Hospitals:
2
Per Capita:
1 hospital for every 27,257 residents

Terrell, TX

Terrell
Summary:

Terrell has 1 hospital. With a population of 13,606, the city has a single hospital for all residents.

Hospitals:
1
Per Capita:
1 hospital for every 13,606 residents

Texarkana, TX

Texarkana
Summary:

Texarkana has 2 hospitals. With a population of 34,782, the city has a hospital for every 17,391 residents.

Hospitals:
2
Per Capita:
1 hospital for every 17,391 residents

Texas City, TX

Texas City
Summary:

Texas City has 1 hospital. With a population of 41,521, the city has a single hospital for all residents.

Hospitals:
1
Per Capita:
1 hospital for every 41,521 residents

The Woodlands, TX

The Woodlands
Summary:

The Woodlands has 1 hospital. With a population of 55,649, the city has a single hospital for all residents.

Hospitals:
1
Per Capita:
1 hospital for every 55,649 residents

Tomball, TX

Tomball
Summary:

Tomball has 1 hospital. With a population of 9,089, the city has a single hospital for all residents.

Hospitals:
1
Per Capita:
1 hospital for every 9,089 residents

Trinity, TX

Trinity
Summary:

Trinity has 1 hospital. With a population of 2,721, the city has a single hospital for all residents.

Hospitals:
1
Per Capita:
1 hospital for every 2,721 residents

Trophy Club, TX

Trophy Club
Summary:

Trophy Club has 1 hospital. With a population of 6,350, the city has a single hospital for all residents.

Hospitals:
1
Per Capita:
1 hospital for every 6,350 residents

Tyler, TX

Tyler
Summary:

Tyler has 4 hospitals. With a population of 83,650, the city has a hospital for every 20,912 residents.

Hospitals:
4
Per Capita:
1 hospital for every 20,912 residents

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Texas at a Glance

People

Texas has a total population of 20,851,820, of which 5,886,759 are children under the age of 18 and 2,072,532 are seniors 65 and older. The median age is 32.3.

Total Population:
20,851,820
Males:
10,352,910 (49.6%)
Female:
10,498,910 (50.4%)
Median Age:
32.3
Children (0-17):
5,886,759 (28.2%)
Adults (18-64):
12,892,529 (61.8%)
Seniors (65+):
2,072,532 (9.9%)

Health

Roughly 81% of all residents and 80% of children under 18 have health insurance coverage. The average number of disabilities per resident is 0.31, which does not include institutionalized individuals.

Insured All:
81.0%
Insured 0-17:
80.1%
Disabilities:
0.31 (Per Capita)
Dialysis Centers:
406
Doctors:
58,588
Home Agencies:
1,775
Hospitals:
333
Nursing Homes:
1,143
Medical Suppliers:
6,115
Rehab Centers:
405

Wealth

The median family income is $45,861 while the median household income was $39,927. Roughly 14.95% of the population live in poverty.

Family Income:
$45,861
Household Income:
$39,927
In Poverty:
14.95%

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