Country Club Care Center of Warrensburg is a 73 unit senior community situated in Warrensburg, Missouri. The neighboring area is densely populated, with around 29,000 poeple living in the zip code of 64093. With a median household income of $41,215, it is a generally middle income area. It is close to numerous local amenities, including churches, retail shopping, and medical services. They are located just 0.32 miles from Western Missouri Medical Center, there are 3 drug stores within 1 mile of the facility, and there are 5 churches within 4 miles, which include Kemp Arthur D, First Church of Nazarene, Countryside Church of Nazarene, and Apostolic Church of Micronesia.
Country Club Care Center of Warrensburg offers both nursing home care and assisted living. They can provide care for seniors who are mostly confined to their bed and who need to be under the care of medical professionals around the clock. They can also provide for seniors who need help with routine activities but who desire to retain some of their independence.
Country Club Care Center of Warrensburg offers numerous amenities and services. Room amenities include in-room cable television, regular housekeeping, in-suite kitchenettes, and safety and disabled fixtures. Also offered are a convenience market, a communal dining room, an outdoor garden, along with other property features. Additionally, they offer multiple medical services that include nurses on staff, occupational therapy, speech therapy, help with personal care, and vision care.
The average monthly cost of care for Country Club Care Center of Warrensburg is estimated at $3,175. This is below the $3,373 average cost in the city of Warrensburg. The average cost for Missouri is around $3,033, versus $3,937 nationwide.
Country Club Care Center of Warrensburg has operated for 23 years. They're presently licensed with Medicare and Medicaid. In the latest Medicare report, they received a total of 1 / 5 stars based upon a collective measure of health assessments, all-around quality, and personnel ratings. They had no fines imposed, no payment denials, 30 deficiencies reported, no complaints made, and no total penalties imposed within this year.