Located around the Terrace Park neighborhood of Tampa, Florida, Fairway Oaks Center is a 120 room senior care facility. The neighboring area is densely populated, with about 33,000 poeple living in the 33613 zip code. It is a mostly low income area, with an average per-household income of $30,744. It is located near a variety of local amenities, which include retail shopping, churches, and health care services. They are located just 0.86 miles from University Community Hospital. There are multiple drug stores within a mile of the facility. Also, there are a large number of churches within 4 miles, which include University Church of Christ, New Tampa Baptist Church, University Baptist Church, and Eckankar Center of Tampa.
Fairway Oaks Center offers multiple senior care options, including nursing home care, assisted living, and Alzheimer's care. They are a great alternative for those who are mostly unable to move freely and who need to be cared for by nurses on a regular basis. They can also accommodate those who require help with common chores but who desire to preserve their independence to some degree. In addition, they can offer care to those at any stage of dementia or Alzheimer's Disease who require assistance with common chores and monitoring to prevent wandering.
This facility features a large number of amenities and services. Property amenities include wifi, a convenience market, an on site restaurant, and a community dining hall. Also offered are educational programs and health and wellness programs, and other recreational activities. Additionally, they provide multiple medical services that include dialysis care, speech therapy, pain management, podiatry services, and psychiatric services.
The average per month cost of care for this provider is about $5,032. This is below the $5,489 estimated cost for the city of Tampa. While the nationwide average cost is approximately $4,978, the State of Florida is about $4,750 per month.
Fairway Oaks Center has been open for 42 years. They are presently licensed with both Medicaid and Medicare. They received an aggregate score of 1/5 stars in the most recent report published by Medicare, based on a combined measure of health and safety evaluations, personnel evaluations, and all-around quality. They had 16 deficiencies recorded, 1 fine imposed for $1,950, no payment denials, 8 complaints made, and 1 total penalty imposed within this year.