New York is home to a wide variety of hospitals, including the city’s four major hospitals.
The state has one of the most unaffordable health care systems in the country, with a per capita cost of $1,600 in 2016, according to a report by the Manhattan Institute.
The average patient costs $8,971 for their health insurance, which includes co-payments, deductibles, co-insurance, and hospitalizations.
The median family income in the city is $70,000.
It is the cheapest place in the US to get health insurance.
But New York City’s hospitals have been among the most costly in the nation, with the average per capita price of a major New York hospital reaching $3,400.
It’s the city that is the home to many of the nation’s most expensive hospitals, such as Bellevue Hospital in New Jersey, and Mount Sinai Hospital in Brooklyn.
The number of patients who are admitted to the city hospital system rose by 25 percent between 2011 and 2016, from 3,837 to 4,097, according a report from the American Hospital Association.
More than two million people were treated at the city hospitals in 2016.
The New York hospitals most expensive are in the Bronx, where the average cost of a hospital admission rose by 35 percent, from $2,566 to $3.6 million.
The Bronx hospital system has the highest average per-capita cost in the state, with an average of $4,000, according the report.
The hospitals most affordable in the New York metropolitan area are at the hospitals that are the closest to the capital.
The most affordable hospital in Manhattan is the Bronx Hospital, where patients are treated in the boroughs parks and parkside, according The New Yorker.
The Manhattan Hospital also has the second-highest average cost per capita of $3 in the U.S. It has the largest number of beds, with 1,400, according data from the National Alliance on Health Care Costs.
Hospitals in New Orleans have the lowest average per capita cost of any city in the United States, according an analysis from the Center for American Progress.
More on healthcare: The 10 hospitals that cost the most per capita in the world Read more about the city health care system: The Bronx, Queens, Brooklyn, Staten Island, Queens and the Bronx Zoo have the highest per capita costs in the entire country, according Healthcare for America.
A report from Avalere Health found that hospitals in the Greater New York Area have a per-visit cost of almost $10,000 per year.