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Nursing Homes in Washington

There are 3,568 senior care providers in the state of Washington, which include 844 nursing home facilities. With costs of nursing home facilities in Washington generally ranging from $3,000 to $10,860 monthly, the median annual cost runs around $92,345. The monthly national median cost is about $6,360.

The metro area of Bremerton-Silverdale generally has the highest nursing home costs in the state of Washington, with prices ranging from $326 per day up to $525 per day and an average yearly cost of around $128,235. The lowest nursing home prices in the state are in and around the Yakima area. Here, costs range between $191 and $325 per day, with an average annual cost of approximately $83,585.

Washington has an above average SeniorScore™ of 70. As reported by the most recent census, the state has a total population of around 6,724,629, which makes it the 13th largest state in the nation. Within this populace, approximately 30% are seniors. The average life expectancy is approximately 79.9 years.

The mean household income in Washington is $76,158, with a median income of about $61,495, and per capita earnings of around $30,466 annually. The state has a current unemployment rate of approximately 8.36% and a high overall cost of living.

Washington generally has a mild climate, with average annual temperatures near 50.9 degrees Fahrenheit. The low temperature is approximately 41 and the high temperature averages 59.8 degrees.

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