Good Samaritan Society - Tyndall is a 64 bed senior housing community situated in Tyndall, South Dakota. The surrounding area has a sparse population, with around 3,000 individuals living in the 57066 zip code. With a median per-family income of $42,229, it is a largely middle class area. Located nearby are plenty of local amenities, such as retail stores, houses of worship, and healthcare facilities. There are 5 churches within 4 miles, including Boyle Mike Reverend, United Church of Christ, Friedensburg Bible Church, and Bon Homme Colony. They're also located just 0.52 miles from St Michael's Hospital.
Good Samaritan Society - Tyndall offers the following: nursing home care, assisted living, and Alzheimer's care. They can care for people who are seriously ill and require assistance with day-to-day activities and who need to have frequent access to health care services. They can also accommodate those who are mobile but may require some support with routine tasks like personal hygiene, preparing meals, and house work. Additionally they can house people at all stages of dementia or Alzheimer's who need support with routine tasks and monitoring to avoid wandering.
This provider offers a large number of amenities and services. Facility amenities include a convenience market, a gym, and a common living area. Also offered are daily exercise programs, wellness and health programs, book clubs, along with other social activities. Additionally, they offer multiple room features that include on-call maintenance, in-room cable TV, in-room kitchenettes, an emergency call system, and safety and disabled fixtures.
The monthly average cost of care for this provider is approximately $4,118. This is greater than the $3,545 average cost for Tyndall. The average cost for South Dakota is approximately $3,617, versus $3,937 nationwide.
Good Samaritan Society - Tyndall has been operating for 23 years and they're licensed with Medicaid and Medicare. They received a cumulative score of 3 out of 5 stars in the most recent report published by Medicare, based upon a combined measure of staffing evaluations, all-around quality, and health evaluations. Within that period they have had the following: 4 complaints reported, 0 total penalties levied, 6 deficiencies reported, 0 payment denials, and 0 fines levied.