Which states are struggling to find physician specialists

According to the most recent data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, several states have under 100 physicians for specialties including ophthalmology, cardiology and pediatrics. 

States with under 100 ophthalmologists: 

Nebraska: 40

Delaware: 40

Louisiana: 50

Mississippi: 50

Rhode Island: 50

Maine: 60

Arizona: 80

States with under 100 cardiologists: 

Wyoming: 40

Nebraska: 40

Maine: 50

Montana: 70

Oklahoma: 70

Utah: 70

Georgia: 70

Rhode Island: 70

Oregon: 80

States with under 100 orthopedists: 

Wyoming: 40

Vermont: 50

Utah: 60

Alaska: 70

North Dakota: 70

South Dakota: 70

Oklahoma: 80

States with under 100 anesthesiologists: 

West Virginia: 70

Vermont: 90

States with under 100 surgeons: 

Alaska: 30

Delaware: 50

Montana: 70 

Idaho: 80

Vermont: 80

States with under 100 OB-GYNs: 

Kansas: 50

West Virginia: 60 

Vermont: 60 

Maine: 80

Rhode Island: 80

States with under 100 pediatricians: 

South Dakota: 50

Mississippi: 50

Montana: 70 

Wyoming: 90

Utah: 90

Oklahoma: 90

States with under 100 internists: 

Wyoming: 40

Vermont: 40

Idaho: 70 

Alaska: 70

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