There are 26 hospice facilities in Peoria, Arizona. The median cost per day of hospice care in Arizona is $153, with costs running between $111 and $200 daily. On a monthly basis, this equates to a mean expenditure of $4,590, with costs ranging from about $3,330 up to $6,000. The median annual cost is $55,080, which is on par with the US average of $55,080.
Located within Maricopa County, Peoria is a medium sized city in Arizona. It is the 9th biggest city in the state. The surrounding statistical area has 4,437,076 residents, but there are 158,093 living inside the city. The 55-and-over community composes around 24% of the overall population.
The SeniorScore™ for Peoria is 78. The city has an average per capita income of $29,000 and an average household income is $68,000 (the Arizona state average is $36,000). The average home price in Peoria is $198,000, which is higher than the Arizona average of $183,000. Peoria also has a moderate unemployment rate of roughly 7.27%.
Peoria has ideal average temperatures, with very mild winters and very warm summers. The city receives ideal amounts of rain each year. Compared to other cities in the US, Peoria has below average water quality, very low air quality, and a low rate of crime.