Compare Long Term Care in North Carolina

Find the Best Long Term Care in North Carolina

North Carolina is consistently considered among the leaders in the South when it comes to quality of life, health, education, the economy and other important measures. It's no surprise then that the Tar Heel State's population of 10 million is one of the fastest growing in the country, which is expected rise by 2 million people by 2035. And as one of the top destinations for seniors and retirees in the country, there are many great senior care providers in North Carolina as well. With detailed profiles on every post-acute care provider in the state, we make it easy to find the best care for yourself or a loved one.

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Key Statistics About North Carolina Long Term Care

10 Medicare certified facilities

$45,654 average reimbursement per patient for Long Term Care, 5% above the national average.

1,896 total users of a Long Term Care Hospital per year, 0% below the national average.

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