Nursing homes are in demand around the world, but they’re less popular in London than in many other major cities, according to the data.
The data shows that there are almost as many nursing homes for people over the age of 65 in London as in New York, Paris and Tokyo.
The average age of a nursing home is 72, and the median age is 79, the data from the Nursing Home Health Care Network shows.
This is a significant increase over just a few years, as London has been building up its population over the past few decades, which has pushed up the average age in nursing homes.
In London, there are now 8,000 nursing homes, compared to just 1,000 in Tokyo and 1,500 in Paris.
The number of nursing homes has also risen significantly in London over the last few years.
The number of beds at nursing homes rose by 14 per cent over the same period, according the data, and is now more than double the number of older people who live in nursing home care.
The statistics show that nursing homes are also being built to meet growing demand, as older people increasingly seek nursing home services to manage the stress of ageing.
A nursing home in London.
Source: NHCN Data source Engage London article