Compare Long Term Care in North Dakota

Find the Best Long Term Care in North Dakota

North Dakota has certainly changed a lot over the past decade, and healthcare in the state is no exception. The boom in oil drilling has greatly increased the state's population up to nearly 800,000 people in addition to fueling of the nation's strongest economies. There are no longer any shortages of high quality healthcare facilities, and in particular follow-up care, throughout North Dakota. Whether you're in Fargo or Bismarck, our resources can help you find the best senior care in North Dakota based on your personal needs and preferences.

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North Dakota Healthcare Resources

  • North Dakota Aging and Adult Services
  • The Department of Human Services administers programs and services that help older adults and people with physical disabilities to live safely and productively in the least restrictive, appropriate setting
  • North Dakota Aging and Disability Resource Link
  • Connects people to services to help them maintain or improve their quality of life in North Dakota.
  • North Dakota Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program
  • Individuals residing in nursing homes, assisted living facilities, basic care homes, hospital swing beds, or transitional care units may have concerns about the quality of their care or that their rights as a resident are not being honored can contact the ombudsman.

Key Statistics About North Dakota Long Term Care

2 Medicare certified facilities



$34,362 average reimbursement per patient for Long Term Care, 21% below the national average.



52 total users of a Long Term Care Hospital per year, 0% below the national average.



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