Compare Home Health Care in Oregon

Find the Best Home Health Care in Oregon

The health care system in Oregon has seen a lot of progress over the past few years. This state of just over 4 million people is considered one of the healthiest, second only to Colorado in terms of physical activity and a rapidly dropping uninsured rate. The booming state economy has also funneled much more money into public health than previously, and many of Oregon's healthcare facilities have improved thanks to it. Given all this, it should come as no surprise that there are many great senior care providers in Oregon. Whether you're in Portland, Eugene, or anywhere in-between, we can help find the best post-acute care for you or your loved one.

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Key Statistics About Oregon Home Health Care

60 Medicare certified facilities

$154 average daily cost for Home Health Care, 14% above the national average.

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