Good Samaritan Society Northwood Retirement Comm is a 107 room senior housing facility. It is located at 2515 Newton St in Jasper, Indiana. It is located around plenty of local conveniences, which include medical facilities, retail shopping, and churches. There are 6 churches within four miles, including Christian Church of Jasper, Precious Blood School, Alfordsville Assembly of God, and Larry A Langer Rev. There are 8 pharmacies within a mile of the facility. They are also located just 1.27 miles from Memorial Hospital And Health Care Center.
Good Samaritan Society Northwood Retirement Comm offers several senior housing options, including Alzheimer's care, assisted living, and nursing home care. They can provide care for people at any level of dementia or memory loss who need attention with daily tasks and monitoring to avoid wandering. They can also accommodate people who require assistance with daily tasks but who also desire to retain some degree of independence. Additionally they can house people who aren't able to live alone and require a high level of monitoring and medical care.
This provider features numerous services and amenities. Property amenities include a fitness center, a communal dining hall, a swimming pool, high speed internet, and a game and activities room. Also offered are speech therapy, nurses on staff, occupational therapy, assistance with personal care, pain management, and other health services. Additionally, they offer multiple room features including central air conditioning, an emergency call system, window treatments, regular maid service, and in-room cable television.
Good Samaritan Society Northwood Retirement Comm has served the community since 1986 and they are registered with Medicare and Medicaid. They obtained a total of 4/5 stars in the latest report published by Medicare, based upon a combined measure of staffing ratings, safety reviews, and all-around quality. They had 1 fine enforced for $2,925, 2 complaints reported, 0 payment denials, 1 total penalty enforced, and 9 deficiencies reported within that year.