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This statistic highlights Omega Healthcare’s Number of Facilities, split across Florida, Texas, Indiana, California, UK, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan, North Carolina, Virginia, and the Remaining 32 states.
Omega Healthcare’s Number of Facilities
|Geographical Region||2019||2020||Contribution in 2020|
|Remaining 32 states||321.0||311.0||32.16%|
(All the values are absolute, except for percentages)
The total number of facilities all across the globe is 967 in 2020. With the highest contribution by the rest of the 32 states at 32.16%, from individual states, Florida has the highest number of stores in 2019 and 2020, followed by Texas. In the year-on-year comparison, there was a 2.03% decline from 987 facilities in 2019 to 967 in 2020.
Florida had 128 facilities in 2020, which accounts for 13.24% of the total number of facilities in the world. Under the year-on-year scale, this is a decline of 3.03% as compared to 132 facilities in 2019, which is equal to 4 facilities being closed.
Texas had 117 facilities in 2020. This region had 12.1% of the total number of facilities in 2020. 10 facilities have been shut from 2019 wherein there were 127 facilities, which is equivalent to a 7.87% decline number of facilities from 2019 to 2020.
There were 70 facilities in the state of Indiana, which contributes to 7.24% of the total number of facilities in 2020. This is an incline of 1.45% from 69 facilities in 2019 to 70 facilities in 2020.
In 2020, California had 57 facilities which make 5.89% of the total number of facilities. This computes to a 3.39% decline from 59 facilities from 2019.
In the UK there were 57 facilities in 2020, which accounted for 5.89% of the total number of facilities. Under the YoY scale, this was an incline of 3.64% from 2019 at 55 facilities, hence 2 new facilities were opened from 2019 to 2020.
There were 55 facilities in the state of Pennsylvania, which contributes to 5.69% of the total number of facilities in 2020. This was a decline of 1.79% from 57 facilities in 2019, with 2 facilities being shut down.
In 2020, Ohio had 53 facilities which made 5.48% of the total number of the facilities. This computes to a 3.64% decline from 55 facilities in 2019.
In the State of Michigan, there were 49 facilities in 2020, which accounted for 5.07% of the total facilities owned by the company in 2020. Under the YoY scale, this was a decline of 2% from 50 facilities in 2019 to 49 facilities in 2020.
The number of facilities in the State of North Carolina was 41, in both 2019 as well as 2020. Stating a 0% change in the year-on-year scale. North Carolina held 4.24% of the total number of facilities in 2020.
In 2020, Virginia had 29 facilities which accounted for 3% of the total number of facilities. On a YoY basis, it had the highest growth rate by 31.82% from 22 facilities in 2019 to 29 facilities in 2020.
Remaining 32 states
The remaining 32 states aggregate had the highest contribution in the number of facilities 2020, which accounted for 32.16% of the total number of facilities. Under the YoY measurement, this is a decline of 3.12% from 321 facilities in 2019 to 2020.
About the company
Omega healthcare is an investment company, which invests specifically in healthcare-related real estate properties located in the United Kingdom (UK) and the United States (US). Their core business is to provide capital and financing to the long-term healthcare industry with a particular focus on “ALFs”- assisting living facilities, “SNFs”- skilled nursing facilities, “MOBs”- medical living buildings, and “ILFs”- independent living facilities. They also consist of mortgage agreements and long-term leases. All their agreement is in the triple net, which means that the tenant has to pay for property-related expenses, like maintenance, damage repairs, property up-gradation cost, etc.
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