In 2014, children living in nonmetropolitan areas were most likely (34%) to have a clinic or health center as their usual place of sick care, followed by children in large metropolitan areas (30%) and children in small metropolitan areas (20%). This general pattern held for all three race and ethnicity groups. Hispanic children were more likely than non-Hispanic white and non-Hispanic black children to have a clinic or health center as their usual place of sick care in all household residence locations.
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