There are 20 hospice facilities serving Kenosha, Wisconsin. This includes 15 facilities in Kenosha and 5 nearby. The mean cost / day of hospice in Wisconsin is approximately $153, with costs ranging between $111 and $200 daily. On a monthly basis, this equates to a median cost of $4,590, with costs ranging from around $3,330 up to $6,000. The mean yearly cost is $55,080, which is equal to the nationwide average of $55,080.
Kenosha is a mid-size city in Kenosha County in the State of Wisconsin. It is included in the Chicago-Naperville-Joliet metro statistical area. With 112,912 inhabitants living in the city limits and 126,998 in the surrounding metro area, it is the 6th largest city in the state. About 21% of the local residents are 55 and over.
Kenosha has an average SeniorScore™ of 68. The city's average household income is $51,000 ($25,000 per capita), in comparison to the average of $52,000 for the state of Wisconsin. The average housing price in Kenosha is $186,000, which is somewhat lower than the Wisconsin average of $234,000. The city also has a high unemployment rate of roughly 9.93%.
Kenosha has extreme average temperatures, with cold winters and mildly warm summers. The city receives low amounts of rain annually. In comparison to other cities, Kenosha has a moderate rate of crime, moderate water quality ratings, and below average air quality.