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Metropolitan Hospice average salary is $46,000, median salary is $46,000 with a salary range from $46,000 to $46,000.
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Systems Analyst 46,000-46,000 Atlanta, GA, 30301 2010 Metropolitan Hospice Systems Analyst Salaries (1)
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  • Metropolitan Hospice
  • Industry: Other
  • City: New Orleans, LA
  • Metropolitan Hospice offers 10 private inpatient rooms and visits 50-60 patients in their homes every week. Some patients need only a couple visits each week while others requires daily visits. Although Metropolitan Hospice was established as a for-profit company, it gives free care to needy patients when possible. About 20% of Metropolitan's clients are uninsured. Since Metropolitan began nine years ago, over $400,000 in indigent care has been provided.