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Senior Housing & Assisted Living in Tulsa, OK

Tulsa has a variety of senior housing options, listed below. Many variables come into play when determining if Tulsa is ideal for you or your loved one, however cost of living is usually among the top 3 most heavily weighted factors since most retirees live on a budget and fixed income. The cost of living in Tulsa is based on the Median Household Income, Median Gross Rent Rate, and Cost of Living Index. In Tulsa, those are $43,134, $768 and 86.8 respectively. If the cost of living in Tulsa is too high, try popular nearby cities such as Claremore, Sand Springs or Sapulpa which might have alternative and lower cost senior housing options.

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General Medicare Provider Number: 375489 Ownership Type: For Profit Individual Date Certified: 05/01/2017 Resident ...

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General Medicare Provider Number: 375468 Ownership Type: For Profit Corporation Date Certified: 05/01/2017 Resident...

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General Medicare Provider Number: 375465 Ownership Type: For Profit Corporation Date Certified: 05/01/2017 Resident...

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General Medicare Provider Number: 375421 Ownership Type: For Profit Corporation Date Certified: 05/01/2017 Resident...

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General Medicare Provider Number: 375168 Ownership Type: For Profit Partnership Date Certified: 05/01/2017 Resident...

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With a population of just under 400,000 thousand people, Tulsa, Oklahoma is the second largest city in the state. Senior care options in Tulsa and the areas around it are many and diverse, ranging from assisted living facilities to nursing homes for those who require more attentive care. The city is considered one of the country’s most livable, in part due to the overall quality of life it offers. Tulsa provides a variety of amenities that may be interesting to active seniors who want to explore their community and enjoy the outdoors; the entertainment options include multiple parks , museums and even a zoo.

The temperatures in Tulsa range from lows in the upper 20s in winter to highs in the mid-90s at the peak of summer. The real benefit of living in this city is the cost of living which ranks considerably below the national average. Additionally, state taxes are relatively low, making life here easier on those who live on limited retirement incomes. A private room in a nursing home will cost a little under $54,000 per year, whereas a semi-private room will cost roughly $50,000. Seniors who require only minimal care will be charged a little over $33,000 on average for a private room in a Tulsa assisted living facility. In home residential care will range from a little under to $39,000 to almost $43,000. Finding medical care in Tulsa should not be a problem as there are there are many hospitals and medical centers in the city, these include the Oklahoma State University Medical Center, the St John Medical Center and the Southcrest Hospital. For those who want to get around in the city there are public transportation options like Tulsa Transit, the city’s bus service. Seniors who are over the age of 62 are eligible for a reduced fare from the bus service, as are those who suffer from a disability. For seniors concerned about crime, the crime rate in this city has seen a consistent drop over the last few years.

The city of Tulsa, Oklahoma has more than 6,000 acres of parkland altogether. There are 135 parks in the city and many places where active elderly residents can enjoy the outdoors. Braden Park in particular offers nine scenic acres along with three fountains and allows fishing. Further enjoyment of the outdoors can be had at the two golf courses provided by the city. Seniors who are interested in horticulture can find a variety of thrilling exhibits at the Tulsa Garden Center. The Garden Center is located at Woodward Park and its mission is to provide educational exhibits that revolve around plants. Other Tulsa entertainment options that may be of interest to seniors are the Henthorne Performing Arts Center and the Tulsa Zoo and Living Museum. Seniors over the age of 65 pay a special discounted rate at the Tulsa Zoo.

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