Georgia Cities with Dialysis Centers and Clinics Starting with "W"

Find a detailed report on a local Georgia dialysis center including information on services, quality, patient survival, patient reviews, ratings, and more.

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Warner Robins, GA

Warner Robins
Summary:

Warner Robins has 3 dialysis centers. With a population of 48,804, the city has a clinic for every 16,268 residents.

Centers:
3
Per Capita:
1 center for every 16,268 residents

Warrenton, GA

Warrenton
Summary:

Warrenton has 1 dialysis center. With a population of 2,013, the city has a single clinic for all residents.

Centers:
1
Per Capita:
1 center for every 2,013 residents

Washington, GA

Washington
Summary:

Washington has 1 dialysis center. With a population of 4,295, the city has a single clinic for all residents.

Centers:
1
Per Capita:
1 center for every 4,295 residents

Waycross, GA

Waycross
Summary:

Waycross has 1 dialysis center. With a population of 15,333, the city has a single clinic for all residents.

Centers:
1
Per Capita:
1 center for every 15,333 residents

Waynesboro, GA

Waynesboro
Summary:

Waynesboro has 2 dialysis centers. With a population of 5,813, the city has a clinic for every 2,907 residents.

Centers:
2
Per Capita:
1 center for every 2,907 residents

Winder, GA

Winder
Summary:

Winder has 1 dialysis center. With a population of 10,201, the city has a single clinic for all residents.

Centers:
1
Per Capita:
1 center for every 10,201 residents

Woodstock, GA

Woodstock
Summary:

Woodstock has 2 dialysis centers. With a population of 10,050, the city has a clinic for every 5,025 residents.

Centers:
2
Per Capita:
1 center for every 5,025 residents

Wrightsville, GA

Wrightsville
Summary:

Wrightsville has 1 dialysis center. With a population of 2,223, the city has a single clinic for all residents.

Centers:
1
Per Capita:
1 center for every 2,223 residents

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Georgia at a Glance

People

Georgia has a total population of 8,186,453, of which 2,169,234 are children under the age of 18 and 785,275 are seniors 65 and older. The median age is 33.4.

Total Population:
8,186,453
Males:
4,027,113 (49.2%)
Female:
4,159,340 (50.8%)
Median Age:
33.4
Children (0-17):
2,169,234 (26.5%)
Adults (18-64):
5,231,944 (63.9%)
Seniors (65+):
785,275 (9.6%)

Health

Roughly 84% of all residents and 86% of children under 18 have health insurance coverage. The average number of disabilities per resident is 0.32, which does not include institutionalized individuals.

Insured All:
84.2%
Insured 0-17:
85.8%
Disabilities:
0.32 (Per Capita)
Dialysis Centers:
239
Doctors:
26,295
Home Agencies:
98
Hospitals:
128
Nursing Homes:
362
Medical Suppliers:
2,916
Rehab Centers:
165

Wealth

The median family income is $49,280 while the median household income was $42,433. Roughly 12.63% of the population live in poverty.

Family Income:
$49,280
Household Income:
$42,433
In Poverty:
12.63%

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