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Figure 4. Total Community Hospital Beds (Region VIII, 2000)

Bar chart: Colorado: Metropolitan, 7,665, Non-metropolitan, 1,726; Montana: Metropolitan, 1,050, Non-metropolitan, 3,205; North Dakota: Metropolitan, 1,395, Non-metropolitan, 2,470; South Dakota: Metropolitan, 1,425, Non-metropolitan, 2,914; Utah: Metropolitan, 3,338, Non-metropolitan, 992; Wyoming: Metropolitan, 430, Non-metropolitan, 1,490; Region: Metropolitan, 15,303, Non-metropolitan, 12,797.

Source: Hospital Statistics, 2002 Health Forum LLC, an affiliate of the American Hospital Association.

Notes: U.S. total beds = 823,560
U.S. total beds metropolitan = 648,604; non-metropolitan = 174,956
A metropolitan area is defined as having >50,000 population; a non-metropolitan area has <50,000 population.

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