Golden Living Center - Rush City is located at 650 Bremer Avenue South in Rush City, Minnesota. It is a 49 unit senior care community. With a median family income of $61,266, the facility is in a generally middle income area. It is sparsely populated, with approximately 7,000 poeple living in the zip code of 55069. It is located nearby retail shopping, houses of worship, medical facilities, and other local conveniences. They are located only 9.75 miles from Lakeside Medical Center. There are a number of churches within four miles, including St John's Lutheran Church, Sacred Heart Catholic Church, First Lutheran Church, and Fish Lake Lutheran Church. There are also 11 pharmacies within one mile of the facility.
Golden Living Center - Rush City can provide many types of senior care, including nursing home care, dementia care, and assisted living. They can care for residents who are mostly bed-ridden and need to be cared for by doctors and nurses around the clock. Also, they can accommodate residents who are at early to late stages of memory loss and who require special support and care for their security. In addition, they can service residents who require help with daily tasks but who wish to preserve their independence to some level.
This provider features a large number of services and amenities. Social activities include education programs and wellness and health programs. Also offered are occupational therapy, pain management, stroke care, speech therapy, dialysis care, along with other medical services.
The estimated monthly expense for this provider is around $5,451. This is less than the $5,775 average cost for the city of Rush City. While the US estimated cost is around $4,978, Minnesota comes in at $5,059 monthly.
Golden Living Center - Rush City has been open for 33 years and are registered with Medicaid as well as Medicare. In the most recent Medicare ratings, they received a score of 5 out of 5 stars based upon a collective criterion of personnel evaluations, overall quality, and health and safety assessments. During this period, they had no complaints reported, 8 deficiencies recorded, no fines levied, no payment denials, and no total penalties levied.