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Hospice in South Carolina

According to our records, the state of South Carolina has 830 senior care providers, including 164 hospice care providers. According to information published by Medicare, the median cost of hospice care providers in South Carolina is $55,080 yearly, with costs typically ranging between $3,330 and $6,000 per month. The national average cost for all 50 states is approximately $4,590 per month.

The SeniorScore™ for South Carolina is 72. As reported by the most recent census, the state has a total population of 4,625,364, which makes it the 24th biggest state in the country. Within this populace, approximately 28% are seniors. Residents have on average a life span of approximately 77 years.

The average household income in South Carolina is $59,641, with a median income of approximately $45,630, and per capita wages of roughly $23,907 on an annual basis. The state has an average overall cost of living. The current unemployment rate of about 10.25%.

South Carolina generally has a mild climate, with average temperatures near 62.7 degrees. The low temperature is about 50.6 and the high temperature averages 73.7 degrees.

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