Health Trends in Hawai'i  data table.
Long-Term Care Beds, Hawai`i vs. U.S.
Beds per 1,000 population aged 65 and older
YearHawai`iU.S.
NumeratorDenominatorRateNumeratorDenominatorRate
19903,401125,03327.2N/AN/AN/A
19913,443129,45826.61,559,39431,778,84149.1
19923,476134,63025.8N/AN/AN/A
19933,510140,04825.11,665,45932,813,91250.8
19943,492145,07824.1N/AN/AN/A
19953,504149,49623.41,751,30233,619,31152.1
19963,814153,49724.81,780,77233,957,17652.4
19973,827156,51724.51,827,61534,185,40853.5
19984,063159,43025.51,812,05634,385,23952.7
19994,000161,88924.71,807,28534,540,02552.3
20004,115161,35925.51,795,38835,078,22451.2
20014,137163,96025.21,779,92435,332,66150.4
20024,184166,38525.11,768,68635,594,24749.7
20034,193169,02724.81,756,69935,957,79248.9
20044,234171,24724.71,744,25836,309,40048.0
20054,221175,13024.11,724,58236,787,00746.9
20063,940179,22122.01,716,10237,260,35246.1
20074,085183,88622.2N/AN/AN/A
20083,988190,06721.0N/AN/AN/A
20094,253188,18022.6N/AN/AN/A
20104,269195,13821.9N/AN/AN/A

N/A = Not Available

Source: Hawai`i State Department of Health, State Health Planning and Development Agency, Utilization of Inpatient Facilities by County Report.; National Center for Health Statistics, Health, United States.; Health Care State Rankings 2007, Morgan Quitno Press, using data from AHA :Hospital Statistics (2007 edition).

Note: Effective CY 2005 the Acute/SNF swing beds were moved from the Long Term Care Beds category and consolidated with the Total Acute Care Beds category. For 2006: Kahuku, Kohala, Kula and Maluhia Hospitals did not report in time for the 2006 publication.