By Yatish S.

7 Great Cities to Retire with Top-Notch Healthcare

Choosing where to retire with health care as a priority? Here are 7 great places to consider.

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New York City, NY


Despite high living costs, NYC ranks first in healthcare services with major hospitals like NYU Langone and Mount Sinai Hospital.

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Scottsdale, Arizona


Scottsdale boasts fabulous weather with over 300 days of sunshine per year. Plus, the city has five major health systems & cutting-edge medical care.

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Harrisburg, Pennsylvania


Named the best place to retire by U.S. News & World Report as it offers affordable housing, health care options, and are tax-friendly for seniors.

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Fort Myers, Florida


Fort Myers offers competitive living and housing costs, quality healthcare services, and a retiree-friendly environment with no state income tax.

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Boise, Idaho


Boise is appealing for its affordable living, friendly community, and outdoor activities. It has a lower housing cost and a reliable healthcare system.

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Youngstown, Ohio


Offers good housing affordability and a vibrant downtown area, with a significant portion of its population over 65.

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Arlington, Virginia


Virginia ranks well in healthcare access, and affordability, although it faces challenges with poverty and food insecurity among seniors.

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