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Nursing Homes in North Carolina

There are 2,265 senior care providers in North Carolina, including 557 nursing home facilities. According to data collected by Medicare, the median cost of nursing home facilities in North Carolina is $73,913 annually, with costs typically ranging from $3,900 to $8,490 per month. The monthly nationwide average cost is about $6,360.

The metropolitan area of Goldsboro generally has the highest nursing home costs in North Carolina, with prices ranging between $334 per day and $594 per day and an average annual cost of about $170,820. The lowest nursing home prices in the state are in the Hickory-Lenoir-Morganton area. Here, they range between $199 and $475 per day, with a median annual expense of about $76,559.

North Carolina has an above average SeniorScore™ of 72. It has a combined population of 9,535,477, which makes it the 10th largest state in the nation. Within this population, about 29% are 55 years of age or older. The average life expectancy is about 77.8 years.

The average household income in North Carolina is $63,282, with a median income of approximately $48,525. People who reside in the state earn about $25,311 on a per capita basis. It presently has an unemployment rate of around 9.67% and the general cost of living is average.

Average temperatures in North Carolina typically range from 46.7 to 69.9 degrees Fahrenheit. Overall, it has a mild climate, with an average annual temperature of about 58.7 degrees.

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