There are 23 hospice facilities in Marietta, Georgia. Hospice costs in Georgia range from around $111 to $200 per day, with an average expenditure running around $153. The monthly cost averages around $4,590 and ranges between $3,330 and $6,000. Yearly, the median cost is around $55,080, which is equal to the US average of $55,080.
Marietta is a large city in the State of Georgia. It is located within Cobb County and is part of the Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Marietta metro area. With 302,309 residents living within the city itself and 4,265,707 in the encompassing statistical area, it is the second biggest city in Georgia. Residents who are over the age of 55 make up approximately 22% of the population.
Marietta has a good SeniorScore™ of 76. The city has a median per capita income of $34,000 and a median household income is $71,000 (the Georgia state average is $41,000). The current unemployment rate is around 8.29% and the average home price is $162,000, which is relatively less than the state average of $163,500.
Marietta has mild average temperatures, with comfortable winters and warm summers. The area receives very large amounts of rainfall each year. Compared to similarly-sized cities, Marietta has poor air quality ratings and a high crime rate.