New Orleans Nursing Homes

There are 15 Nursing Homes in New Orleans, LA and 0 Nursing Homes nearby. The average cost of Nursing Homes in New Orleans, LA is $152 per day.

Average Cost: $152

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    Poydras Home

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    Review by Local Professional

    Poydras Home has plenty of charm. This facility isn’t as large as most, but what it lacks in size is surely made up for with its newly built, charming country yet oh-so-very modern atmosphere. This facility has very nice well-manicured grounds and a garden area that almost seems to have leapt from the pages of a...

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    Lambeth House

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    Lambeth House is a facility that’s downright stunning in many aspects. This facility has plenty of perks including an expansive wellness center that even has an indoor pool. The building is brick and looks both beautiful and modern. The biggest perk of Lambeth House is its amenities. There are plenty of places to...

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New Orleans, LA Nursing Homes Costs

New Orleans, LA Nursing Homes Costs

The median cost of Nursing Homes in New Orleans for a single-occupancy apartment is $152/day (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.

Cost of Nursing Homes near New Orleans, LA

City Minimum Maximum Median
New Orleans, LA$120$213$152
Baton Rouge, LA$132$154$150
Mobile, AL$165$207$175
Metairie, LA$120$213$152
Lafayette, LA$115$155$139
Gulfport, MS$150$225$205
Kenner, LA$120$213$152
Alexandria, LA$136$165$157
Hattiesburg, MS$195$217$210
Biloxi, MS$150$225$205

Cost of Louisiana Nursing Homes

Fees includes a wide range of benefits, such as meals, nursing home activities, room board and medical care. Medical services that a physician orders and that fall outside the realm of the nursing staff, such as speech or occupational therapy, are additional charges. These fees are also billed separately.

Nursing homes in Louisiana accept three primary types of payment for their services. Some residents pay for services with money from the sale of their home, or other assets, or from their savings. Medicare pays for a limited number of days in a nursing home as a transition for seniors leaving the hospital. Medicaid pays for nursing homes for seniors who lack the financial means to do so on their own.