California Nursing Homes
Nursing homes (also called skilled nursing facilities) care for seniors with severe, debilitating physical or mental illnesses who are unable to care for themselves independently.
In California, there are 1287 Nursing Homes. We can help you find the best matches for your needs. The average cost of Nursing Homes in California is $230 per day.
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Other Areas in CaliforniaBakersfield, Bishop, Chico, Clearlake, Crescent City, El Centro, Eureka, Hanford, Madera, Merced, Modesto, Napa, Ventura, Sonora, Red Bluff, Redding, Salinas, San Luis Obispo, Santa Maria, Santa Cruz, Santa Rosa, Stockton, Susanville, Grass Valley, Ukiah, Vallejo, Visalia, Yuba City
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Cost of Nursing Homes in CaliforniaBack to top
The average cost of Nursing Homes in California is $230. Nursing Homes costs range from $103 to $480 depending on location and other factors.
While costs for nursing home facilities in California can vary widely, but on average a semi-private room will cost around $215 per day while a private room sits at around $285. When selecting a nursing home that suits your needs, bear in mind that costs will increase around in-demand cities such as San Francisco and San Diego. Due to the demand for nursing homes in California, if a facility interests you it's best to place your name on a waiting list as soon as possible to ensure availability. Additional services such as medication, meal planning, or physical rehabilitation may carry an additional fee, so be sure to discuss your complete care needs with any facilities you are considering. In addition, each facility has its own culture of activities, socialization and attitude, so scheduling tours are the best way to determine the cost/benefit ratio of your chosen locations.
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