Located close to the Northeast Bakersfield area of Bakersfield, California, Evergreen Bakersfield Post Acute Care is a 99 unit skilled nursing facility. The facility is in a predominantly middle income area, with a median per-household income of $50,400. With around 66,000 people residing in the 93306 zip code, it is densely populated. It is located close to many local amenities, such as retail shopping, houses of worship, and medical services. They are located only 2.75 miles from Kern Medical Center. There are multiple drug stores within 1 mile of the facility. There are also a large number of churches within four miles, including Lutheran Church of Prayer, Canyon Hills Assembly of God, University Baptist Church, and Bakersfield Hispanic Church.
Evergreen Bakersfield Post Acute Care offers nursing home care. The community is a good option for those who need a high level of attention and regular medical care.
This facility features a large number of amenities and services to their residents. Medical services include pain management, speech therapy, occupational therapy, physical therapy, and help with personal care. Also offered are safety and handicap fixtures, in-room cable TV, on-site maintenance, in-suite kitchenettes, along with other room features. Additionally, they offer various property amenities that include a gym, a community dining hall, wifi, and a hair salon.
The estimated average cost for Evergreen Bakersfield Post Acute Care is approximately $8,110 per month. This is below the Bakersfield average cost of $8,334. The cost average for the State of California is approximately $7,140, versus $6,360 nationally.
Evergreen Bakersfield Post Acute Care has served the community for 32 years and they're certified with Medicaid and Medicare. In the latest rating by Medicare, they received a total of 1/5 stars based on a collective criterion of all-around quality, personnel evaluations, and safety audits. During this period they have had the following: 1 fine applied for $55,626, 1 total penalty applied, 4 complaints filed, 13 deficiencies recorded, and 0 payment denials.