Covington Court Health and Rehabilitation Center is located at 4500 Old Greenwood Rd in Fort Smith, Arkansas. It is a 140 bed nursing home facility. The neighboring area is heavily populated, with about 27,000 people residing in the 72903 zip code. It is a largely middle income area, with a median per-household income of $43,626. It is surrounded by healthcare services, retail shopping, churches, and other local amenities. They are located only 2.48 miles from St Edward Mercy Medical Center, there are many drug stores within 1 mile of the facility, and there are a large number of churches within 4 miles, which include Temple Baptist Church, Oak Cliff Baptist Church, Wesley United Methodist Church, and St Bartholomew's Episc Church.
Covington Court Health and Rehabilitation Center offers both nursing home care and independent living. The community is a great option for residents who are primarily unable to move freely and who need to be cared for by medical professionals around the clock. Also, they can accommodate clients who are in good health and active and who wish to live in a social environment with some basic services like house cleaning and maintenance.
Covington Court Health and Rehabilitation Center features many services and amenities. Health services include speech therapy, help with personal care, wound care, nurses on site, and pain management. Also offered are a communal dining room, an on site restaurant, wifi, and other facility features.
The average per month cost for this provider is about $5,708. This is greater than the $4,943 estimated cost in the city of Fort Smith. While the nationwide estimated cost is about $6,360, Arkansas is around $4,650 each month.
Covington Court Health and Rehabilitation Center has been licensed by both Medicare and Medicaid since 2001. They received 4 out of 5 stars in the most recent rating by Medicare, based upon a collective measure of staffing evaluations, health and safety inquiries, and all-around quality. Within this period, they had 0 total penalties imposed, 6 complaints made, 0 payment denials, 3 deficiencies reported, and 0 fines imposed.