There are 19 hospice facilities serving Madison, Wisconsin. This includes 17 facilities in Madison and 2 nearby. Hospice care costs in Wisconsin range from about $111 up to $200 daily, with an average expense running around $153. The monthly cost averages about $4,590 and ranges between $3,330 and $6,000. Yearly, the mean cost is about $55,080, which is on par with the nationwide average of $55,080.
Madison is a major city in Dane County, Wisconsin, and is also the state's capital city. It is the second biggest city in the state, with 272,940 inhabitants within the city itself and 478,479 in the encompassing statistical area. The senior community currently composes about 21% of the overall population.
Madison has a good SeniorScore™ of 74. The city's mean household income is $54,000 ($31,000 on a per capita basis), vs an average of $52,000 for the entire state of Wisconsin. The mean housing price in Madison is $123,000, which is significantly lower than the Wisconsin average of $234,000. The city also has a moderate unemployment rate of around 6.02%.
Madison has extreme average temperatures, with bitterly cold winters and mildly warm summers. The area gets low amounts of rainfall annually. Madison has an average crime rate and average air quality ratings compared to similarly-sized cities.