Located at 135 Fern Street North in Cambridge, Minnesota, Gracepointe Crossing Gables West is a 140 bed senior housing facility. The facility is in a primarily middle class area, with a median per-family income of $55,424. It has an average population density, with about 16,000 individuals residing in the zip code of 55008. It is located around retail shopping, houses of worship, health care services, and other local conveniences. There are many churches within 4 miles, including Cambridge United Methodist Church, First Baptist Church, Cambridge Lutheran Church, and River of Life Church. There are 10 drug stores within a mile of the community. They're also located only 0.48 miles from Cambridge Medical Center.
Gracepointe Crossing Gables West offers the following: Alzheimer's care, nursing home care, and assisted living. They can provide care for those at all levels of dementia or Alzheimer's who require assistance with day-to-day chores and monitoring to avoid wandering. They can also accommodate those who are mostly bed-ridden and who need to be cared for by medical professionals on a regular basis. Additionally they can offer care to those who need help with day-to-day chores but who also desire to preserve their independence to some level.
This facility offers many services and amenities. Medical services include nurses on staff and general assistance with personal care. Also offered are arts and crafts projects, daily exercise programs, spiritual/religious activities, along with other recreational activities. Additionally, they offer various personal services including transportation assistance, a 24-hour staff, and help with money management.
The estimated average cost of care for this provider is around $5,444 each month. This is greater than the $4,662 average cost in Cambridge. While the US average cost is approximately $4,221, Minnesota is around $4,334 each month.
Gracepointe Crossing Gables West has been in operation since 1987. They are presently licensed with Medicaid as well as Medicare. In the latest Medicare reporting, they obtained a total score of 4/5 stars based upon a collective measure of staffing reviews, overall quality, and health and safety evaluations. Within this period they had the following: no fines applied, 5 deficiencies recorded, no payment denials, no total penalties applied, and no complaints filed.