Golden Living Center - Martinsville is a 142 unit senior housing community. It is located at 1607 Spruce St in Martinsville, Virginia. The community is in a predominantly low income area, with an average per-household income of $34,850. It is densely populated, with around 34,000 individuals living in the 24112 zip code. It is located around plenty of local conveniences, which include retail shopping, houses of worship, and medical facilities. There are numerous drug stores within 1 mile of the facility. They are located only 2.4 miles from Memorial Hospital Of Martinsville & Henry County. There are also a large number of churches within 4 miles, including Alpha Apostolic Temple Church, 1Restorationministries, Agape Bible Christian Flwshp, and Adventure In Faith Church.
Golden Living Center - Martinsville offers multiple care options, including Alzheimer's care and nursing home care. They can care for people who are at any stage of Alzheimer's and who have difficulty with daily activities, and who need close support on a regular basis. Also, they can provide for people who are primarily immoble and who need to be under the care of nurses regularly.
This facility features many services and amenities to residents. Health services include vision care, stroke care, help with personal care, pain management, and physical therapy. Also offered are a communal dining room, a hair salon, a convenience market, along with other facility amenities. Additionally, they provide multiple room features including central air conditioning and in-room cable television.
The approximate average monthly cost of care for this provider is about $6,213. This is less than the $6,479 average cost for the Martinsville area. The estimated average cost of care in Virginia is around $6,330, which is lower than the national average of $6,360.
Golden Living Center - Martinsville has been licensed with Medicaid and Medicare for 35 years. They obtained a cumulative score of 1 out of 5 stars in the latest report published by Medicare. This result was based upon a collective measure of health and safety audits, all-around quality, and staffing evaluations. They had no payment denials, 5 complaints made, no fines applied, 8 deficiencies recorded, and no total penalties applied within that year.