Retire in Prescott

Health and Safety

Get health and safety information on Prescott.

Healthcare Overview

Number of ranked counties in state: 15

County Rank Within State

Health Outcomes:

8

Health Factors:

3

Health Behaviors:

5

Quality of Life:

9

Clinical Care:

2

Percentile Within State

Health Outcomes:

46.7%

Health Factors:

80%

Health Behaviors:

66.7%

Quality of Life:

40%

Clinical Care:

86.7%

Source: County Health Rankings

Providers

# of Primary Care Physicians: 135
Number of residents per primary care physician: 1575:1
State average number of residents per primary care physician: 1533:1
# of Dentists: 130
Number of residents per dentist: 1655:1
State average number of residents per dentist: 1745:1
# of Mental Health Providers: 345
Number of residents per mental health provider: 624:1
State average number of residents per mental health provider: 839:1

Hospitals

# of hospitals within 25 miles: 3

Average ER Wait Time: 22 minutes
National Average ER Wait Time:24 minutes

Sample hospitals

Joint Comm Accreditation
# of beds
ER Services
ER Wait Time (in minutes)

Nursing Homes

Nursing homes within 25 miles:

5

1

1

1

2

0

Percentage with 4 or 5 stars

40%

Costs

Healthcare Type

Monthly Cost
State Median Cost
Projected Montly Cost (20 years from now)
Homemaker services:
$ 3,813
$ 3,813
$ 6,887
Home Health Aide:
$ 3,813
$ 3,813
$ 6,887
Adult Day Health Care:
$ 1,625
$ 1,733
$ 2,935
Private, 1br assisted living:
$ 3,490
$ 3,418
$ 6,303
Nursing Home, Semi-private Room:
$ 6,479
$ 5,840
$ 11,702
Nursing Home, Private Room:
$ 6,479
$ 5,840
$ 11,702

Source: Genworth Financial

Safety

Prescott's crime rates come in right around the national average. The city ranks fairly low on the hazards scale as well, with the exception of wildfires.

  • Area
  • National Average

Hurricane Risk

1

Tornado Risk

1

Wildfire Risk

4

Earthquake Risk

2

Nuclear Reactor Within 20 Miles

No

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