Hospitable hospitals are being built in a number of parts of New York, including Brooklyn and Queens.
As of Monday, the number of hospitable hospitals in the state was up to 3,700.
There are 1,700 hospitals in New York City, according to a map by the New York Times.
Some are more than 20 years old, while others have been around for decades.
New York is home to more than 4,000 hospitable hospital beds.
Hospitable hospitals have also become increasingly common in states including California, Illinois, Missouri, Oregon, and Washington, DC.
In many parts of the US, hospitable facilities have also emerged in the last two decades, such as Texas, Tennessee, and Virginia.
The US Department of Health and Human Services estimates that more than 10 million Americans are in hospitable care facilities, according the Guardian.