There are 14 hospice facilities serving Little Rock, Arkansas. This includes 7 facilities in Little Rock and 7 nearby. The costs per day of hospice in Arkansas range from $111 to $200, with a mean expenditure running approximately $153. The per month cost averages around $4,590 and ranges between $3,330 and $6,000. Annually, the median cost is about $55,080, which is the same as the nationwide average of $55,080.
Located in Pulaski County, Little Rock is the capital city of Arkansas. It is part of the Little Rock-North Little Rock-Conway metropolitan area. It is the biggest city in Arkansas, with 214,454 people within the city limits and 538,243 in the surrounding area. Approximately 24% of the local populace are over 55.
Little Rock has a good SeniorScore™ of 74. The city's mean household income is $49,000 ($29,000 on a per capita basis), in comparison to the average of $35,000 for the whole of Arkansas. The mean home price in Little Rock is $130,500, which is higher than the Arkansas average of $117,000. The city has an average unemployment rate of about 8.98%.
Little Rock has ideal mean temperatures, with very mild winters and warm summers. The area receives very heavy levels of rain each year. In comparison to other cities, Little Rock has a very high rate of crime, very poor water quality ratings, and very poor air quality.