Compare Home Health Care in Alabama

Find the Best Home Health Care in Alabama

Alabama, affectionately known as the Yellowhammer State, has seen dramatic improvements in it's health care system over the past few decades. With close to 5 million residents, a strong economy, and an increase in state health funding that has narrowed the gap between urban and rural health outcomes, there has never been a better time to find an affordable and high-quality healthcare provider in Alabama.

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Alabama Healthcare Resources

  • Alabama Public Health For Nursing Homes
  • The purpose of this site is to provide citizens of Alabama background knowledge about nursing homes in the state, what to expect, and beginning general guidance.
  • Alabama Ageline
  • Information on the 13 Area Agencies on Aging across Alabama that serve the needs of seniors in the state.
  • Alabama Long Term Care Ombudsmen
  • This department investigates and works to resolve problems or complaints affecting long-term care residents.

Key Statistics About Alabama Home Health Care

152 Medicare certified facilities

$106 average daily cost for Home Health Care, 21% below the national average.

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