If you’re going to have a baby, why not have it in North Dakota?

According to a new data survey, North Dakota ranks seventh among the 50 states as the best place in which to deliver a child and immediately care for a newborn.

Personal financial information website WalletHub compared the 50 states and the District of Columbia across 32 key measures of cost, health care accessibility and baby-friendliness. The data set ranged from hospital conventional-delivery charges to annual average infant-care costs to pediatricians per capita.

Here’s how North Dakota fared:

  • 1st – Hospital Conventional-Delivery Charges
  • 3rd – Hospital Cesarean-Delivery Charges
  • 8th – Rate of Low Birth-Weight
  • 10th – Child-Care Centers per Capita
  • 11th – Percent of Residents Who Are Fully Vaccinated
  • 19th – Midwives & OB-GYNs per Capita
  • 20th – Avg. Annual Cost of Early Child Care
  • 27th – Infant Mortality Rate

Nationwide, WalletHub reports, the average conventional delivery in the U.S. costs over $3,000 with insurance, and roughly $10,000 without insurance.

For the full report, along with the methodology used in compiling the rankings, click here.