Compare Long Term Care in Utah

Find the Best Long Term Care in Utah

Utah holds a unique distinction among U.S. states when it comes to healthcare: the state has the healthiest population and the lowest per-capita health care costs, according to many studies. Utah's health care system also benefits from a strong financial history and a forward-looking approach to the use of data. That means senior care providers in the state consistently rank among the country's best. With so many great options, navigating the states many different providers may seem overwhelming. With our free resources and comprehensive profiles of follow-up care provider in the state, we make it easy to find the best care for you or your loved one.

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Utah Healthcare Resources

  • Utah Health Department
  • Healthcare resources for residents of Utah.
  • Utah Aging and Adult Services
  • State programs that provide a range of services to Utah seniors that help ensure their well-being, dignity and choice.
  • Utah Long-Term Care Ombudsman
  • Seeks resolution of problems and advocates for the rights of residents of long term care facilities to ensure and enhance the quality of life and care of residents.

Key Statistics About Utah Long Term Care

4 Medicare certified facilities



$39,128 average reimbursement per patient for Long Term Care, 10% below the national average.



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



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