How Much Does a Pacemaker Cost?

A pacemaker may be required by your doctor if your heart isn’t functioning as it should be.  A pacemaker is a device that uses electrical impulses that are then delivered to the heart maker in order to regulate the beating of the heart.  While a pacemaker may not be your only option, there are other alternatives out there as well.

Atlas Pacemaker by Travis Goodspeed, on Flickr
Atlas Pacemaker” (CC BY 2.0) by  Travis Goodspeed

How much does a pacemaker cost?

StateHospital Charges
Alaska$57,900
Arkansas$49,500
Arizona$63,500
California$81,200
Connecticut$48,000
Delaware$38,000
Georgia$47,000
Iowa$42,000
Illinois$59,000
Kansas$49,000
Louisiana$52,000
Maryland$23,000
Michigan$45,000
Missouri$48,000
North Carolina$49,000
New Hampshire$39,500
Nevada$88,000
New York$48,000
Pennsylvania$56,000
South Carolina$54,000
Texas$65,000
Vermont$33,000
Wisconsin$38,000
Wyoming$50,000

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