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April 10. 2013 12:39PM

Private nursing home room 43.48% higher in NH than the national average

The comparable cost for a private nursing home room rose 4.5 percent annualized over the past five years to $83,950 nationally, and increased 4.7 percent over the past five years to $120,450 in New Hampshire.

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