In Oregon, home health care runs $32 per hour, per Genworth’s Cost of Care Survey 2021. The median nationwide rate is $27, which is $5 lower than in the Beaver State. Although the average hourly home health care fee in Oregon is on the high side as compared with the national norm, it is similar to typical regional rates.

Home health care includes a broad selection of clinical and therapeutic services, which are tailored to meet individual needs. Services may include:

  • Skilled nursing care
  • Mental health care
  • Nutrition therapy
  • Speech therapy
  • Physical therapy
  • Occupational therapy
  • Health monitoring

How Much Is Hourly Home Health Care in Oregon’s Cities?

Portland is the most expensive place in Oregon for home health care, with an average hourly fee of $37.48. At the opposite end of the financial scale, the lowest price can be found in Grants Pass, where service providers charge around $28.75 per hour. Corvallis, Medford and the state capital of Salem share the median hourly rate of $32, while residents of Eugene typically pay a little more; home health care in Eugene runs roughly $32.50 an hour. Inland in Bend, home care agencies charge around $33.75 per hour. At around $31 an hour, home health care in Albany costs less than the statewide norm.

  • Portland: $37.48
  • Salem: $32
  • Corvallis: $32
  • Albany: $31
  • Eugene: $32.50
  • Grants Pass: $28.75
  • Medford: $32
  • Bend: $33.75

How Much Is Hourly Home Health Care in States Near Oregon?

Home health care services cost the same in California as they do in Oregon; the median hourly fee is $32 in both coastal states. The average rate is higher in Washington, where clinical or therapeutic in-home services typically cost around $34.50 per hour. Oregon’s inland neighbors have lower median costs for home health care. The hourly rate is, on average, $28.50 in Idaho and $27 in Nevada.  

  • Oregon: $32
  • Washington: $34.50
  • California: $32
  • Idaho: $28.50
  • Nevada: $27