There are 20 hospice facilities serving Comer, Georgia. This includes 1 facility in Comer and 19 nearby. The daily costs for hospice care in Georgia range from $111 up to $200, with a median expense running around $153. The monthly expense averages about $4,590 and ranges between $3,330 and $6,000. Annually, the median cost is around $55,080, which is equal to the national average of $55,080.
Comer is a small municipality in Madison County, Georgia. It is included in the Athens-Clark County metro area. It has a population of only 4,531, with 131,062 inhabitants in the encompassing area. The 55+ community comprises 29% of the total population.
The SeniorScore™ for Comer is 70. The average home price in the city is $174,000, which is higher than the state average of $163,500. Comer has a low unemployment rate of roughly 3.43%. The city's average household income is $40,000 ($20,000 per capita), vs an average of $41,000 for the state of Georgia.
Comer has mild mean temperatures, with very mild winters and balmy summers. The area receives very heavy levels of rain annually. Comer has average air quality when compared to similarly-sized cities.