A new survey from WalletHub.com puts the Sunshine State in a less than complimentary light when it comes to health care.
The survey compared all of the states and the District of Columbia, and ranked Florida at number 42... making it the tenth worst state in the country for health care.
According to the survey, the Sunshine State is 50 out of 51 for the lowest percentage of adults who have health insurance, and ranks 47 in the number of kids with coverage.
WalletHub.com also reported that Florida was 38 in the percentage of adults who haven't seen a dentist during the past year.
The WalletHub rankings are based on 40 key measures of health care cost, accessibility, and outcome.