There are 20 hospice facilities serving Newton, Kansas. This includes 2 facilities in Newton and 18 nearby. The mean daily cost of hospice care in Kansas is about $153, with costs running between $111 and $200 daily. On a monthly basis, this equates to a median cost of $4,590, with costs ranging from about $3,330 up to $6,000. The mean annual cost is $55,080, which is equal to the US average of $55,080.
Newton is a small city in Harvey County within Kansas. It is included in the Wichita metropolitan area. The city has a total population of 21,852, with 498,035 people in the encompassing area. The 55+ community comprises around 28% of the total population.
The SeniorScore™ for Newton is 71. The mean home price in the city is $160,500, which is higher than the state average of $127,500. Newton also has a moderate unemployment rate of about 5.19%. The city's mean household income is $46,000 ($23,000 per capita), versus an average of $48,000 for the state of Kansas.
Newton has mild average temperatures, with moderate winters and temperate summers. The area receives low amounts of precipitation each year. Compared to other cities, Newton has subpar air quality ratings.