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Nursing Homes in New York

New York has 1,574 senior living providers, which include 770 nursing home facilities. According to data collected by Medicare, the average cost of nursing home facilities in New York is $124,100 yearly, with costs typically ranging between $4,500 and $18,390 per month. The national average cost for the entire country is about $6,360 per month.

The metro area of Manhattan generally has the highest nursing home expenses in New York, with prices ranging between $365 per day and $1,080 per day and a median yearly cost of about $182,500. The lowest nursing home prices in the state are in the Utica-Rome area. Here, they range from $234 to $337 per day, with a median annual expense of around $104,938.

The SeniorScore™ for New York is 69. The state is the third biggest state in the US. It has an aggregate population of approximately 19,378,077, 29% of which are seniors. Residents have on average a life expectancy of around 80.5.

The mean household income in New York is $81,518, with a median income of approximately $61,967. Those who live in the state earn roughly $31,841 on a per capita basis. The state has a very high general cost of living and a current unemployment rate of about 8.26%.

New York typically has a cold climate, with average temperatures of around 48.5 degrees. The low temperature is approximately 38.5 and the high temperature averages 57.5 degrees.

Please visit https://www.senioradvice.com/seniorscore/senior-living-in-new-york to read more about the SeniorScore™ for New York.

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