There are 20 hospice facilities serving Fort Lauderdale, Florida. This includes 16 facilities in Fort Lauderdale and 4 nearby. The daily costs of hospice in Florida range from $111 up to $200, with a mean expenditure running approximately $153. The per month cost averages roughly $4,590 and ranges between $3,330 and $6,000. Annually, the average cost is around $55,080, which is the same as the US average of $55,080.
Located in Broward County, Fort Lauderdale is a major city in Florida. It is part of the Miami-Fort Lauderdale-Pompano Beach metro statistical area. It is the 4th biggest city in Florida. The encompassing metropolitan area includes 4,379,209 residents, but there are 765,608 living within the city. Residents who are over 55 constitute 26% of the total community.
The SeniorScore™ for Fort Lauderdale is 76. The city has a mean per capita income of $31,000 and a mean household income is $57,000 (the Florida state average is $40,000). The current unemployment rate is approximately 10.39% and the mean housing price is $220,500, which is somewhat higher than the state average of $208,500.
Fort Lauderdale has ideal mean temperatures, with very mild winters and very warm summers. The area gets very heavy levels of precipitation annually. Fort Lauderdale has good air quality, average water quality ratings, and a higher than average crime rate in comparison to other cities.