Nursing Homes in New Mexico
Our records show that the state of New Mexico has at least 292 senior living providers, including 120 nursing home facilities. According to a recent study conducted by Genworth Financial, along with data published by Medicare, the average cost of nursing home facilities in New Mexico is $73,263 per year, with costs ranging from $4,860 to $10,740 per month. The national average cost for all states was $6,360 per month.
The highest nursing home costs in the state of New Mexico are found in the Las Cruces metropolitan area where prices range from $213 per day up to $473 per day, with an average cost of $99,050 yearly. The lowest nursing home prices in New Mexico are around the Farmington area. Here, costs range from between $210 and $252 per day, with a median annual cost of $84,359.
Related Categories: New Mexico Assisted Living, New Mexico Independent Living, New Mexico Retirement Homes, New Mexico Memory Care, New Mexico Adult Daycare, New Mexico Home Care, New Mexico Hospice, New Mexico Respite Care
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