Located at 120 Noyes Dr in Park Ridge, New Jersey, Atrium Post Acute Care of Park Ridge is a 210 room nursing care facility. The neighboring area has a medium-density population, with roughly 10,000 residents in the zip code of 07656. With an average per-household income of $106,646, it is a mostly affluent area. It is located nearby plenty of local conveniences, including retail stores, houses of worship, and health care facilities. They are located only 2.94 miles from Rockland Children's Psych Center. There are numerous drugstores within one mile of the community. Also, there are many churches within four miles, which include Montvale Evangelical Free Church, Pascack Reformed Church, First Congregational Church, and Our Lady of Mercy.
Atrium Post Acute Care of Park Ridge offers nursing home care, assisted living, and Alzheimer's care. The facility is an excellent option for residents who require a high level of attention and round-the-clock medical care. They can also accommodate residents who need assistance with common activities such as preparing meals, hygiene, and house keeping, but who are able to move around and are mostly independent. In addition, they can house residents who are suffering from dementia and who have difficulty with daily activities, and who require close attention on a regular basis.
This provider offers many different amenities and services. Personal services include a staff available 24/7 and local transportation. Also offered are vision care, pain management, dental care available, podiatry services, wound care, and other medical services. Additionally, they provide various property features that include a convenience store, an on-site cafe, and a community dining room.
Average monthly costs of care for this facility are about $12,039. This is above the Park Ridge average cost of $9,962. The cost average for New Jersey is about $7,434, versus $4,978 nationally.
Atrium Post Acute Care of Park Ridge has been in operation for 21 years. They're currently certified with Medicare and Medicaid. They obtained a score of 2/5 stars in the most recent report published by Medicare, based upon a collective criterion of personnel reviews, health and safety assessments, and all-around quality. They had no total penalties issued, no fines issued, 12 deficiencies recorded, no payment denials, and 4 complaints reported within the latest year.