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Hospice in North Carolina

According to our records, the state of North Carolina has at least 2,265 senior housing providers, which include 343 hospice care providers. According to data collected by Medicare, the average cost of hospice care providers in North Carolina is $55,080 annually, with costs ranging from $3,330 to $6,000 per month. The monthly national median cost is about $4,590.

North Carolina has a good SeniorScore™ of 72. With an aggregate population of approximately 9,535,477, the state ranks as the tenth largest state in the nation. Among this population, around 29% are seniors. Residents have an average life span of about 77.8.

The average household income in North Carolina is $63,282, with median earnings of approximately $48,525. People who reside in the state bring in about $25,311 on an individual basis. The state has a current unemployment rate of approximately 9.67% and an average overall cost of living.

North Carolina generally has a cooler climate, with average annual temperatures of about 58.7 degrees. The low temperature is about 46.7 and the high temperature averages 69.9 degrees.

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