Golden Living Center-Branson is a 100 room senior care community situated in Branson, Missouri. The community is in a mostly middle income area, with a median per-family income of $44,585. With approximately 25,000 individuals residing in the zip code of 65616, it has a dense population. It is located close to plenty of local amenities, such as churches, retail shopping, and health care services. They are located just 1.15 miles from Skaggs Community Health Center. There are 5 churches within 4 miles, including Aik Leisure Group, Arnold Floyd Bud, Hilltop Church of God, and Apostolic Church & Christian. There are also 12 drugstores within a mile of the facility.
Golden Living Center-Branson can provide several levels of care, including nursing home care and memory care. The community is an excellent fit for residents who need a high degree of attention and frequent care from a nursing staff. Also, they can accommodate residents who are at early to late stages of Alzheimer's and who need close monitoring and care for their safety.
This provider offers a variety of amenities and services for their residents. Medical services include wound care, podiatry services, general assistance with personal care, dental care available, and hearing care. Also offered are a convenience store, an on-site beautician, an outdoor garden, a library, a community dining room, along with other property amenities. Additionally, they offer multiple room amenities that include in-room cable TV and central A/C.
The approximate monthly average cost for Golden Living Center-Branson is around $4,746. This is higher than the $4,171 average cost in Branson. The estimated cost for the State of Missouri is about $3,988, versus $5,718 nationally.
Golden Living Center-Branson has been in operation since 1989 and they're licensed with Medicare and Medicaid. They received a total of 3 / 5 stars in the most recent report published by Medicare, based upon a combined measure of health reviews, personnel ratings, and all-around quality. Within the latest period, they had 1 payment denial, 10 deficiencies recorded, 9 complaints reported, 2 total penalties issued, and 1 fine issued for a total of $6,500.