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Hospice in Tennessee

According to our records, the state of Tennessee has at least 891 senior living providers, which include 340 hospice care providers. According to information collected by Medicare, the average cost of hospice care providers in Tennessee is $55,080 annually, with costs ranging between $3,330 and $6,000 per month. The monthly nationwide median cost is about $4,590.

The SeniorScore™ for Tennessee is 71. With a total population of about 6,339,942, the state ranks as the 17th largest state in the country. Within this populace, around 29% are seniors. The average life expectancy is around 76.3 years of age.

The average household income in Tennessee is $60,753, with a median income of approximately $46,676. Those who reside in the state make roughly $24,242 on a per capita basis. It has presently has an unemployment rate of around 9.39% and a very low overall cost of living.

Tennessee typically has a mild climate, with average annual temperatures of around 57.5 degrees Fahrenheit. The low temperature is about 45.3 and the high temperature averages 68.7 degrees.

For more information on the SeniorScore™ for Tennessee, please visit https://www.senioradvice.com/seniorscore/senior-living-in-tennessee.

Related Categories: Tennessee Nursing Homes, Tennessee Assisted Living, Tennessee Independent Living, Tennessee Retirement Homes, Tennessee Memory Care, Tennessee Adult Daycare, Tennessee Home Care, Tennessee Respite Care, Tennessee Residential Care Homes

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