Ft. Lauderdale Health and Rehab is a 169 unit nursing care facility situated within the Knoll Ridge neighborhood of Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The encompassing area is heavily populated, with about 29,000 people residing in the zip code of 33308. With an average per-family income of $60,083, it is a primarily middle income area. It is located around retail stores, churches, medical services, and other local conveniences. There are numerous pharmacies within 1 mile of the facility. They're located only 0.23 miles from Holy Cross Hospital. There are also a number of churches within four miles, including Christ Church United Methodist, Temple Bat Yam-E Ft Lauderdale, St John the Baptist Catholic, and Cypress Creek Baptist Church.
Ft. Lauderdale Health and Rehab offers both nursing home care and memory care. They are a good fit for residents who are mostly confined to their bed and who need to be cared for by doctors and nurses frequently. They can also accommodate residents at any stage of dementia or memory loss who require attention with common activities and monitoring to prevent wandering.
Ft. Lauderdale Health and Rehab features a wide array of amenities and services. Room amenities include safety and handicap fixtures, in-room cable television, and housekeeping. Also offered are medication support, wound care, speech therapy, occupational therapy, nurses on site, along with other health services. Additionally, they offer various property features that include a communal dining room, a library, a hair salon, a convenience store, and an outdoor garden.
The estimated monthly cost of care for this provider is about $8,254. The Fort Lauderdale estimate for the same type of care is about $6,710. While the nationwide average cost is around $5,718, Florida is around $5,625 per month.
Ft. Lauderdale Health and Rehab has been open since 1976 and they're registered with Medicare and Medicaid. In the latest Medicare rating, they obtained a cumulative score of 4 out of 5 stars based on a combined measure of all-around quality, health and safety inspections, and staffing evaluations. Within the latest period, they had no total penalties levied, no payment denials, no fines levied, 2 complaints made, and 2 deficiencies recorded.