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According to www.americashealthrankings.org, Missouri was ranked 42nd in overall health in 2012. The state has decreased slightly from 40th in 2011. The life expectancy is 77.4, which is slightly shorter than the national average of 78.7 years.
When it comes to health spending, Missouri is ranked 44th, spending an average of only $46 per person, up from $40 in 2007. Despite low health spending, the percentage of people who were uninsured in 2012 was only 14.4%. Ranked 29th in the country, the number of people living without insurance has increased from 9.4% in 2002. The availability of primary care physicians in Missouri is ranked 32nd, with an average of 107.2 PCPs per 100,000 residents, considerably lower than the national average of 121.
As of 2010, approximately 14% of the adult population is currently living in poverty, which indicates a 2.2% increase since 2000. As for children living in poverty, Missouri was ranked 36th with 23.1% of all children living below poverty level and marking a decrease from 20.5% in 2011.
Due to a high prevalence of a sedentary lifestyle, Missouri is ranked 39th in obesity, with approximately 30.3% of the adult population considered obese and marking a 7.1% increase in the last decade. The state is ranked 33rd overall for adults living with diabetes (10.2% of the population), suggesting a correlation between obesity and a higher prevalence of diabetes. Missouri also has a relatively high prevalence for stroke, with 3.6% of the population having had a stroke (compared to a national average of 2.1%).
With 25% of the state “lighting up,” Missouri has an exceptionally high prevalence of smoking and is ranked 42nd in the nation. Approximately 19.2% of the population partakes in binge drinking, giving Missouri an overall ranking of 33rd and marking a 2.8% increase from 2011 alone.
With the strengths being a relatively low prevalence for adult poverty, a low percentage of low birth weight in infants and a high rate of high school graduation, Missouri is still struggling with a high prevalence for smoking, obesity and infectious disease.
CPR, First Aid and BLS (Basic Life Support) are critical qualifications for EMTs, RNs and other medical professionals. “CPR Select” provides quality online training programs for medical professionals wishing to become certified in CPR, First Aid and BLS in Missouri.
Local CPR Class Locations in Missouri
|CoxHealth||1423 N. Jefferson Ave. , Springfield, MO 65802|
|Kansas City Fire Department||6750 Eastwood Trfy, Kansas City, MO 64129-1935|
|BJC Health System||4901 Forest Park Ave., Suite 740, Mailstop 90-75-594, Saint Louis, MO 63108|
|St. Mary's Health Center||100 Saint Marys Plz, Jefferson City, MO 65101-1602|
|Cintas First Aid & Safety, St. Louis||634 Lambert Pointe Dr., Hazelwood, MO 63042|
West North Central
|State||Major Cities||Average Life Expectancy for Male||Average Life Expectancy for Female||National Health Ranking||CPR Select Courses Accepted|
|77.19 years||82.3 years||5th|
|Kansas City||75.92 years||80.83 years||26th|
|Omaha||76.85 years||81.41 years||16th|
|77.55 years||82.63 years||12th|
|Minneapolis||78.32 years||83.25 yearsx||6th|
|Minneapolis||74.64 years||80.15 yearsx||33rd|
|77.19 years||82.47 yearsx||23rd|
Missouri Cities List