Community Memorial Health Center is located at 231 North 8th Avenue West in Hartley, Iowa. It is a 68 room nursing facility. The surrounding area is sparsely populated, with about 3,000 individuals living in the 51346 zip code. It is a mostly middle class area, with a median household income of $44,536. Located nearby are numerous local conveniences, including houses of worship, retail stores, and healthcare services. They're located only 9.51 miles from Baum Harmon Mercy Hospital. There are 5 churches within 4 miles, including United Church of Primghar, American Lutheran Church, American Reformed Church, and Archer Reformed Church. There are also 2 drugstores within a mile of the community.
Community Memorial Health Center can provide many levels of senior care, including assisted living, nursing home care, and dementia care. They are an excellent fit for people who need assistance with routine tasks but who also desire to preserve some level of independence. Also, they can accommodate people who are mostly immoble and who need to be cared for by nurses around the clock. Additionally they can service people who are living with Alzheimer's and who have difficulty with daily tasks, and who require special support on a frquent basis.
Community Memorial Health Center offers many different amenities and services. Health services include nurses on site, speech therapy, and occupational therapy. Also offered are arts and crafts and religious and spiritual activities, and other social activities.
The estimated monthly expense for Community Memorial Health Center is about $4,945. This is greater than the Hartley average of $4,307. The average cost of care in Iowa is about $4,244, which is lower than the nationwide estimate of $4,930.
Community Memorial Health Center has been operating since 1992 and they are certified with both Medicaid and Medicare. They received a total score of 4/5 stars in the latest data published by Medicare. This score is based upon a collective criterion of staffing evaluations, all-around quality, and health assessments. They had 5 deficiencies reported, no fines issued, no complaints made, no total penalties issued, and no payment denials during that period.