Compare Long Term Care in Wyoming

Find the Best Long Term Care in Wyoming

Wyoming may be the least populated state in the country, but it's certainly not least when it comes to health care. With an incredibly healthy environment and populace, in addition to ranking as among the best states for physicians to practice, there is a lot going for it. Wyoming is also considered one of the top states to retire in based on weather, cost of living, health care quality, and overall senior well-being. That means there are plenty of great senior care providers in the state. Our resources make it easy to find the best one for you or your loved ones.

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Wyoming Healthcare Resources

  • Wyoming Department of Health Aging Division
  • Providing care, ensuring safety, and promotingÊindependent choices for Wyoming's older adults.
  • Wyoming Senior Citizens
  • Organization whose purpose is to meet the needs of Wyoming's older residents and help them maintain their independence.
  • Wyoming Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program
  • Acts on behalf of recipients of long-term care services to advocate for adequacy of care received, quality of life, and preserve recipient's independence, dignity, rights, autonomy, and freedom of choice.

Key Statistics About Wyoming Long Term Care

0 Medicare certified facilities



$40,444 average reimbursement per patient for Long Term Care, 7% below the national average.



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



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