Need Assistance? Call 1-888-305-1171


Nursing Homes in Pennsylvania

There are 1,902 senior housing providers in Pennsylvania, which include 898 nursing home facilities. With costs of nursing home facilities in Pennsylvania typically ranging between $4,800 and $13,500 per month, the median yearly cost adds up to around $99,196. The national average cost for all 50 states is approximately $6,360 monthly.

The metro area of Reading generally has the highest nursing home costs in the state of Pennsylvania, with prices ranging from $350 per day up to $395 per day and an average annual cost of approximately $139,795. The lowest nursing home prices in the state are around the Johnstown area. Here, they range between $232 and $368 per day, with a median yearly expense of about $87,600.

Pennsylvania has a good SeniorScore™ of 73. The state ranks as the 6th largest state in the US. It has an aggregate population of around 12,702,375, 31% of which are over the age of 55. The average life expectancy is about 78.5 years of age.

The mean income per household in Pennsylvania is $69,518, with a median income of around $54,921, and per capita income of about $27,854 annually. The overall cost of living in the state is high and it presently has an unemployment rate of approximately 8.11%.

Average temperatures in Pennsylvania generally range between 39.1 and 60.2 degrees Fahrenheit. Overall, it has a cooler climate, with a mean annual temperature of approximately 50.2 degrees.

To read more about the SeniorScore™ for Pennsylvania, please visit

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

More About Pennsylvania

Top Cities for Nursing Homes in Pennsylvania

Other Cities in Pennsylvania

Top Articles in Nursing Homes

View All
Pet Friendly Assisted Living Facilities and Nursing Homes

Pet Friendly Assisted Living

Transitioning to a senior care community can mark a big change in the life of any senior. However, this move can be even more complicated when seniors have pets that they want to bring along with them. The good news is more and more nursing homes and assisted living facilities are becoming pet-frien...More

Read More
How to Find Medicare Ratings for Nursing Homes

How to Find Medicare Ratings for Nursing Homes

When it comes to choosing a nursing home for yourself or for your loved ones, it is so important to take the time to really research a potential first before seriously considering it. A new assisted living facility is a home, a social community and a place where seniors can get the care and attentio...More

Read More
What is Nursing Home Care?

What is Nursing Home Care?

Nursing home care is a type of long-term care often meant for the elderly. In most cases, the seniors who live in nursing homes are no longer healthy, mobile, or independent enough to be cared for at home-or even in an assisted living community-but not ill in a way that demands hospital care. ...More

Read More

Click Here to Request Pricing Info

Please Wait... Your Information is Processing