Devonshire Care Center is a 99 room senior community located within the East Hemet area of Hemet, California. The community is in a primarily middle class area, with a median per-family income of $48,450. With approximately 46,000 individuals residing in the 92544 zip code, it is heavily populated. It is located close to a variety of local conveniences, which include retail shopping, churches, and health care facilities. There are a number of churches within four miles, including Church of the Nazarene, Unity Valley Community Church, First Baptist Church, and Youth for Christ. There are multiple drug stores within a mile of the facility. They're also located just 0.17 miles from Hemet Valley Medical Center.
Devonshire Care Center offers both nursing home care and dementia care. They can care for residents who need a high level of assistance and round-the-clock medical care. Also, they can provide for residents at any level of dementia or memory loss who need assistance with day-to-day activities and monitoring to avoid wandering.
This provider features a large number of amenities and services for residents. Medical services include hearing care, occupational therapy, pain management, dialysis care, and physical therapy. Also offered are an outdoor garden, a community dining room, a laundry room, a hair salon, wifi, along with other property features. Additionally, they provide various room amenities that include regular maid service, an emergency call system, central air conditioning, and in-room cable television.
The average estimated cost of care for this provider is around $6,780 per month. This is below the Hemet average of $7,204. The average estimated expense throughout California is about $6,289, which is higher than the nationwide average of $5,718.
Devonshire Care Center has been licensed with Medicaid and Medicare for 50 years. In the most recent Medicare ratings, they obtained a total score of 2/5 stars based upon a collective criterion of all-around quality, staff reviews, and health and safety reviews. Within that period they had the following: 21 deficiencies recorded, 13 complaints filed, no fines issued, no payment denials, and no total penalties issued.