There are 18 hospice facilities in Naples, Florida. Hospice care costs in Florida range from around $111 to $200 daily, with an average expenditure running around $153. The monthly cost averages roughly $4,590 and ranges between $3,330 and $6,000. Yearly, the median cost is about $55,080, which is on par with the nationwide average of $55,080.
Located in Collier County, Naples is a large city in Florida. It is part of the Naples-Marco Island metro area. The surrounding area has 255,084 inhabitants, but there are 276,002 within the city itself. Around 41% of the population are 55 and over.
Naples has an exceptional SeniorScore™ of 81. The city's mean household income is $59,000 ($39,000 per capita), in comparison to the average of $40,000 for the whole of Florida. The mean home price in Naples is $390,000, which is significantly higher than the state average of $208,500. The city also has a high unemployment rate of about 9.07%.
Naples has ideal average temperatures, with very mild winters and very temperate summers. The area receives very large amounts of rain each year. Compared to other cities in the US, Naples has an exceptionally low rate of crime and above average air quality ratings.