Seattle Nursing Homes

Average Cost: $4,500

Seattle Nursing Home Costs

The median cost of Nursing Homes in Seattle for a single-occupancy apartment is $257/month (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.

Cost of Seattle Nursing Homes

Community Starting Price
Kin on Health Care Center $285/month

Cost of Nearby Nursing Homes

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Cost data provided by senior living communities and compiled by is subject to change without notice. This data is for informational purposes only and may contain inaccuracies. Your actual senior living costs may vary depending on your personal situation.
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Reviews of Seattle Nursing Homes

The Kenney

Review by Local Professional


This community is in a historic building in West Seattle. Many parts of the building are old and could use a remodel. The skilled care area feels like skilled care not vibrant or living. The prices seem high for the area...

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Review by Local Professional


Wow! This senior community is the creme de la creme of retirement and care options in downtown Seattle.

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Review by The Rev. Doyt L. Conn/ Epiphany Parish Seattle


I have been visiting parishioners at Mirabella for the last three and a half years. It is a beautiful facility with excellent food and apartments. They also have a caring, well organized and designed long term memory care facility...

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Map of Seattle Nursing Homes

Information About Nursing Home in Seattle

Seattle Overview

Seattle Ferry

Seattle, a sprawling city nestled between the Puget Sound and Lake Washington, is a peaceful, scenic place to receive skilled nursing home care. A Seattle nursing home can provide your family member with compassionate, quality care against a picturesque backdrop. Some seniors need to find nursing homes, which provide intensive medical care for serious, chronic conditions that are often debilitating. An important distinction to be aware of is that "assisted living" is for loved ones who may only require moderate medical supervision and assistance with some daily activities. If that might be a better match for you, you can find more information on Seattle assisted living communities on this website.

Seattle Medical Facilities

People living in a Seattle nursing home have close access to some of the best medical facilities in the country. Here is a list of just a few of the local, leading hospitals: Swedish Medical Center is a non-profit healthcare provider with several locations on First Hill, Cherry Hill and in Ballard. The hospital also stays on the leading-edge of medicine with facilities dedicated to the most advanced treatment of heart and vascular, neurological, orthopedic and cancer conditions. Seattle Nursing Home residentThe University of Washington (UW) Medical Center employs some of the most prominent physicians in a diverse group of specialties, including emergency care. Doctors and researchers at the UW Medical Center help provide care by partnering with the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, one of the leading facilities in the world for cancer research and care. Harborview Medical Center has one of the region's top-ranked emergency care facilities. The hospital specializes in research of neurological and orthopedic conditions, and is a leader in adult mental health care.

Seattle Parks & Recreation

A Seattle nursing home can offer your loved one the opportunity to receive high quality healthcare in a beautiful setting. Here is a sampling of just some of the beauty you can find in Seattle: Gas Works Park in the Fremont neighborhood offers stunning waterfront views of downtown Seattle from across the ship canal. It's a great place for seniors and their loved ones to watch boats sail along the ship canal and Lake Union, people watch,  or simply enjoy some fresh air and sun. The park has covered picnic areas, a small concessions area and ADA-compliant restrooms. Magnuson Park sits along the shores of Lake Washington on the east side of the city in Seattle's Sandpoint neighborhood. The more than 350-acres of open space provide opportunities for bird watching, butterfly spotting and public sculptures along handicap-accessible paths. Magnolia bluff is home the city's largest reserve of public land, Discovery Park. The park is ADA-compliant and offers spectacular views of Puget Sound and Shilshoe Bay, as well as both the Cascade and Olympic mountain ranges. Residents of a Seattle nursing home benefit from access to some of the best medical care in this lush, Pacific Northwest region. You can find nursing homes in Seattle on our Seattle Nursing Homes page or assisted living on our Seattle Assisted Living page. Written by senior housing writer Jacqui Howell. Back to Top