Illinois Cities with Hospitals Starting with "G"

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

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Galena, IL

Galena
Summary:

Galena has 1 hospital. With a population of 3,460, the city has a single hospital for all residents.

Hospitals:
1
Per Capita:
1 hospital for every 3,460 residents

Galesburg, IL

Galesburg
Summary:

Galesburg has 2 hospitals. With a population of 33,706, the city has a hospital for every 16,853 residents.

Hospitals:
2
Per Capita:
1 hospital for every 16,853 residents

Geneseo, IL

Geneseo
Summary:

Geneseo has 1 hospital. With a population of 7,255, the city has a single hospital for all residents.

Hospitals:
1
Per Capita:
1 hospital for every 7,255 residents

Geneva, IL

Geneva
Summary:

Geneva has 1 hospital. With a population of 23,268, the city has a single hospital for all residents.

Hospitals:
1
Per Capita:
1 hospital for every 23,268 residents

Gibson, IL

Gibson
Summary:

Gibson has 1 hospital. With a population of 3,373, the city has a single hospital for all residents.

Hospitals:
1
Per Capita:
1 hospital for every 3,373 residents

Glendale Heights, IL

Glendale Heights
Summary:

Glendale Heights has 1 hospital. With a population of 31,765, the city has a single hospital for all residents.

Hospitals:
1
Per Capita:
1 hospital for every 31,765 residents

Granite City, IL

Granite City
Summary:

Granite City has 1 hospital. With a population of 31,301, the city has a single hospital for all residents.

Hospitals:
1
Per Capita:
1 hospital for every 31,301 residents

Greenville, IL

Greenville
Summary:

Greenville has 1 hospital. With a population of 6,955, the city has a single hospital for all residents.

Hospitals:
1
Per Capita:
1 hospital for every 6,955 residents

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Illinois at a Glance

People

Illinois has a total population of 12,419,293, of which 3,245,451 are children under the age of 18 and 1,500,025 are seniors 65 and older. The median age is 34.7.

Total Population:
12,419,293
Males:
6,080,336 (49.0%)
Female:
6,338,957 (51.0%)
Median Age:
34.7
Children (0-17):
3,245,451 (26.1%)
Adults (18-64):
7,673,817 (61.8%)
Seniors (65+):
1,500,025 (12.1%)

Health

Roughly 87% of all residents and 90% of children under 18 have health insurance coverage. The average number of disabilities per resident is 0.28, which does not include institutionalized individuals.

Insured All:
86.8%
Insured 0-17:
90.2%
Disabilities:
0.28 (Per Capita)
Dialysis Centers:
197
Doctors:
39,999
Home Agencies:
478
Hospitals:
175
Nursing Homes:
798
Medical Suppliers:
3,538
Rehab Centers:
612

Wealth

The median family income is $55,545 while the median household income was $46,590. Roughly 10.40% of the population live in poverty.

Family Income:
$55,545
Household Income:
$46,590
In Poverty:
10.40%

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