Daughters of Miriam Center is a 210 unit senior community situated in Clifton, New Jersey. The surrounding area is densely populated, with approximately 41,000 people residing in the zip code of 07011. It is a mostly middle class area, with a median household income of $53,314. It is located nearby retail shopping, houses of worship, medical facilities, and other local conveniences. There are many churches within four miles, including Clifton Jewish Center, D'Angelo P, First Presbyterian Church, and St Paul's Catholic Church. There are dozens of drug stores within one mile of the community. They are also located only 1.38 miles from St Joseph's Regional Medical Center.
Daughters of Miriam Center offers the following types of care: nursing home care, independent living, and dementia care. They are a great choice for seniors who require a high level of attention and full-time medical care. They can also accommodate those who want to live around other seniors in a community environment but who are otherwise healthy and independent. Additionally they can service seniors who are dealing with dementia and who have difficulty with day-to-day chores, and who require special attention on a routine basis.
Daughters of Miriam Center offers numerous amenities and services. Medical services include medication support, stroke care, foot care services, vision care, and speech therapy. Also offered are a convenience market, an outdoor garden, an on-site beautician, and other facility amenities. Additionally, they provide various room amenities including in-suite kitchenettes, safety and handicap fixtures, and an emergency call system.
The average expense for this provider is about $8,418 monthly. This is less than the Clifton average of $8,920. The cost average for the State of New Jersey is about $6,620, versus $4,453 nationally.
Daughters of Miriam Center has been in operation for 52 years and they're certified with Medicaid as well as Medicare. In the latest report published by Medicare, they obtained 3 / 5 stars based on a combined measure of health and safety investigations, overall quality, and staffing evaluations. Within that period they had the following: 0 fines issued, 0 total penalties issued, 0 payment denials, 6 deficiencies reported, and 0 complaints filed.