Golden Living Center-Bloomington is located at 155 E Burks Dr in Bloomington, Indiana. It is a 153 room senior housing facility. The surrounding area is heavily populated, with about 42,000 people residing in the 47401 zip code. It is a predominantly middle class area, with an average family income of $47,331. Located nearby are plenty of local amenities, such as retail shopping, churches, and healthcare facilities. They are located just 2.29 miles from Monroe Hospital. There are multiple churches within 4 miles, including Apostolic Bible Church, Apostolic Bible Church, Collins Glenn R, and Vineyard Community Church. There are also dozens of drugstores within a mile of the community.
Golden Living Center-Bloomington offers nursing home care and dementia care. The community is an excellent choice for residents who aren't able to live by themselves and require a higher degree of support and medical care. Also, they can accommodate residents who are at any level of dementia and who have difficulty with common chores, and who need special support on a regular basis.
This provider features a wide array of services and amenities to their residents. Health services include nurses on site, pain management, speech therapy, heart care, and physical therapy. Also offered are a convenience market, a communal dining hall, a hair salon, along with other property features. Additionally, they provide multiple room features that include in-room cable TV and central air conditioning.
The approximate average monthly cost for this provider is about $8,160. This is greater than the $7,006 average cost in the city of Bloomington. While the US estimated cost is around $5,718, Indiana is around $5,685 each month.
Golden Living Center-Bloomington has been serving Bloomington since 1985. They're presently registered with both Medicaid and Medicare. They obtained an aggregate score of 2 / 5 stars in the most recent Medicare rating. This mark was based upon a combined measure of health reviews, staffing evaluations, and all-around quality. During that period they have had the following: 0 total penalties assessed, 0 payment denials, 14 deficiencies reported, 0 fines assessed, and 5 complaints made.