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Nursing Homes in Massachusetts

There are 1,003 senior care providers in the state of Massachusetts, which include 558 nursing home facilities. According to information collected by Medicare, the average cost of nursing home facilities in Massachusetts is $126,290 per year, with costs ranging between $7,050 and $13,200 monthly. The national average cost for all 50 states is about $6,360 per month.

The metropolitan area of Barnstable has the highest nursing home costs in Massachusetts, with prices ranging between $361 per day and $474 per day and an average yearly cost of approximately $148,738. The lowest nursing home costs in Massachusetts are in the Pittsfield area, where they range from $330 to $480 per day. Here, the median annual cost runs approximately $128,845.

Massachusetts has an excellent SeniorScore™ of 74. It ranks as the 14th largest state in the country. It has an aggregate population of around 6,547,612, 29% of which are over the age of 55. On average, residents have a life span of about 80.5 years.

The average household income in Massachusetts is $89,285, with a median income of about $70,742, and per capita income of around $35,062 per year. It has a very high general cost of living and presently has an unemployment rate of about 8.14%.

Massachusetts typically has a colder than average climate, with average annual temperatures of about 48.9 degrees Fahrenheit. The low temperature is about 38.7 and the high temperature averages 58.1 degrees.

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