Good Shepherd Lutheran Home is located at 1115 4th Avenue North in Sauk Rapids, Minnesota. It is a 162 room senior housing community. The encompassing area has a medium-density population, with roughly 17,000 poeple living in the zip code of 56379. With a median family income of $55,358, it is a primarily middle class area. It is located close to churches, retail shopping, healthcare facilities, and other local amenities. They're located only 1.98 miles from St Cloud Hospital. There are dozens of drug stores within 1 mile of the community. Also, there are a large number of churches within 4 miles, which include Petra Evangelical Lutheran Church, Bridge Community Church, Living Waters Lutheran Church, and Trinity Lutheran Church.
Good Shepherd Lutheran Home offers assisted living and nursing home care. The community is a good alternative for those who have mobility but need some help with completing routine activities like showering, preparing food, and house cleaning. They can also accommodate individuals who are primarily immoble and need to be under the care of medical professionals regularly.
This provider features many different services and amenities for their residents. Medical services include nurses on staff, wound care, help with medication, general help with personal care, and physical therapy. Also offered are laundry cleaning and a staff available 24/7, along with other personal services. Additionally, they offer multiple room amenities including an emergency call system and housekeeping.
The average cost for this provider is around $6,056 each month. This is greater than the Sauk Rapids estimated cost of $5,294. The cost for Minnesota is approximately $5,122, versus $4,930 nationwide.
Good Shepherd Lutheran Home has served the community for 35 years and they're certified with both Medicare and Medicaid. In the most recent report published by Medicare, they obtained a cumulative score of 4/5 stars based on a collective criterion of staff ratings, health evaluations, and all-around quality. Within that period they had the following: 5 deficiencies recorded, no fines assessed, no total penalties assessed, no complaints reported, and no payment denials.