Skilled Nursing Costs

Depending on the type of care and individual coverage, you may be able to pay for skilled nursing with Medicare, private insurance, long-term care insurance or personal funds. Most short-term stays and therapies are funded by Medicare, and centers in some states accept Medicaid funding. If you think you might qualify for this but need some clarification, feel free to reach out to our team. We’re more than happy to answer any questions you may have about skilled nursing costs and payment options.



How to Pay for Skilled Nursing

Whether you need short-term or long-term care, when it comes to paying for skilled nursing, you have several options. Your stay may be covered through Medicare, private insurance, long-term care insurance or personal funds depending on your individual circumstances.

Because we’ve worked with thousands of people and are often asked about Medicare and Medicaid, we have an entire page dedicated to these benefits.

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