Everyone's health in the state of Texas is very important.

Nobody wants to be sick in the Lone Star State. It affects too many things at one time to deal with doesn't it? It's even worse when one has to go to the hospital if the symptoms are severe enough.

Data about children's healthcare in the state of Texas that was revealed caused concern from some in the state. With some worried with health centers in the state, attention has turned to which ones need changes. Thanks to Hospital Safety Guide, residents of the state can examine which need help.

For five infirmaries in the Lone Star State, help is needed for people to feel safer.

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The Five Hospitals In Texas Ranked Low For Safety

Various factors were used to determine a hospital's safety rating. You can see all the hospitals in Texas ranked here, via previously mentioned Hospital Safety Guide. Overall, Texas was ranked 15th in the nation, which was lower from the ranking the state had in fall of 2023, which was 10th.

Here's the list of the five hospitals in Texas that were given a grade of D in safety.

Five Hospitals In The State Of Texas Given "D" Rankings For Safety

There are many hospitals in the state of Texas, and some certainly have some work to do in terms of safety.

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10 Worst Texas Cities To Call Home

According to RoadSnacks.net, you want to avoid living in these 10 Texas cities.

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The Top 10 Worst Places to Live in Texas

While it's always a good idea to know about areas with the lowest crime rates and best recreational opportunities when you are looking for a place to live, it’s also important to know which places to avoid. Even if you move to a neighborhood with a low crime rate, you could also be close to less safe communities.

Here are the top 10 worst places to live in Texas according to moneyinc.com.

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10 Most Dangerous Cities In Texas, "1" Is Closer Than You Think

Data is based on violent crime per 100,000 residents. These are the 10 most dangerous communities in Texas.

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