There are 20 hospice facilities serving Albany, New York. This includes 3 facilities in Albany and 17 nearby. Hospice care costs in New York range from about $111 up to $200 per day, with a median cost running around $153. The per month expense averages around $4,590 and ranges between $3,330 and $6,000. On a yearly basis, the mean cost is around $55,080, which is equal to the national average of $55,080.
Albany is the capital of New York, located in Albany County. It is included in the Albany-Schenectady-Troy metropolitan area. Though the city is home to 151,022 inhabitants, the surrounding metropolitan area contains a populace of 695,952. Those who are 55 and over make up about 25% of the community.
Albany has an above average SeniorScore™ of 72. The city has an average per capita income of $28,000 and an average household income is $50,000 (the New York state average is $62,000). The average housing price in Albany is $49,500, which is lower than the New York average of $328,500. The city also has a moderate unemployment rate of roughly 8.44%.
Albany has extreme mean temperatures, with cold winters and pleasant summers. The city receives low levels of rainfall each year. Compared to other cities in the United States, Albany has a very high crime rate and average air quality.