Duncanville Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center is a 79 room nursing care facility. It is located near by the Wolf Creek area of Duncanville, Texas. The neighboring area has an average population density, with approximately 21,000 individuals residing in the 75116 zip code. It is a generally middle income area, with a median household income of $47,178. Located nearby are numerous local amenities, including houses of worship, retail stores, and health care facilities. There are multiple churches within four miles, including New Life in Christ Lutheran, Inspiring Body of Christ, First Presbyterian Church, and Temple Baptist Church. There are numerous drug stores within a mile of the community. They're also located only 0.86 miles from Methodist Charlton Medical Center.
Duncanville Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center offers nursing home care. They can provide care for seniors who are not able to live on their own and need a high degree of monitoring and medical attention.
This community features many services and amenities for their residents. Personal services include a 24-hour staff and transportation. Also offered are speech therapy, physical therapy, nurses on staff, medication support, wound care, along with other health services. Additionally, they offer multiple property features that include a community dining hall, a fitness center, and an on-site beautician.
The average per month cost of care for this facility is estimated at $6,295. The Duncanville average for this type of care is around $6,540. The average cost for the State of Texas is around $4,170, versus $6,360 nationally.
Duncanville Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center has been in operation for 11 years and they are licensed with both Medicare and Medicaid. In the most recent Medicare report, they obtained a total score of 1/5 stars based on a combined criterion of health assessments, overall quality, and staffing ratings. During the latest period they had the following: 3 total penalties imposed, 19 complaints reported, 1 payment denial, 2 fines imposed for $78,553, and 15 deficiencies reported.