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The per capita income as of the 2000 census was $15,525, which is well below both the state average of $29,113  and the national average of $21,587.  The median income for a household was $26,867, and the median income for a family in Providence was $32,058, according to the 2000 census. The city has one of the highest rates of poverty in the nation with % of the population and % of families living below the poverty line in 2000, the largest concentrations being found in the city's Olneyville , and Upper and Lower South Providence areas.   Poverty has affected children at a disproportionately higher rate, with % of those under the age of 18 living below the poverty line, concentrated west of downtown in the neighborhoods of Hartford , Federal Hill , and Olneyville. 
Providence Hospital Sleep Center is here to help you achieve a good night’s sleep. Accredited by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, Providence Hospital features six private bedrooms with state-of-the art diagnostic and monitoring equipment. To better your night’s sleep, each bedroom has been recently updated and includes first-class bedding, calming lotion, a luxurious Sleep Center robe and folded swan towel. Following their night in the sleep center, patients are able to order breakfast the next morning from our cafeteria. Shortly after your stay, Board Certified Sleep Physicians at Providence Hospital Sleep Center will recommend the best treatment plan for you.