There are 16 hospice facilities serving Pulaski, Tennessee. This includes 2 facilities in Pulaski and 14 nearby. The average daily cost for hospice in Tennessee is $153, with costs running between $111 and $200 per day. On a per month basis, this equates to a mean expenditure of $4,590, with costs ranging from about $3,330 to $6,000. The average yearly cost is $55,080, which is on par with the national average of $55,080.
Pulaski is a small city in Giles County in the State of Tennessee. The surrounding statistical area has 1,296,807 inhabitants, but there are 17,733 living within the city itself. The 55-and-over community currently constitutes about 31% of the overall population.
Pulaski has a medium SeniorScore™ of 64. The mean housing price in the city is $153,000, which is lower than the state average of $163,500. Pulaski has a high unemployment rate of approximately 12.65%. The city's mean household income is $36,000 ($20,000 per person), in comparison to an average of $39,000 for the state of Tennessee.
Pulaski has mild average temperatures, with comfortable winters and temperate summers. The city gets very large amounts of rainfall annually. Pulaski has a high crime rate and exceptional air quality compared to similarly-sized cities.