Hebrew HealthCare is a 277 bed nursing facility. It is located in the Blue Hills area of West Hartford, Connecticut. The facility is in a predominantly upscale area, with an average household income of $98,210. With approximately 18,000 residents in the zip code of 06117, it has a medium-density population. Located nearby are many local conveniences, including houses of worship, retail shopping, and healthcare facilities. There are multiple churches within four miles, including Commission On Jewish Education, Office For Divine Worship, Emanuel Synagogue, and Sesanker Colbert. There are dozens of pharmacies within 1 mile of the community. They are also located only 0.01 miles from Hebrew Home And Hospital.
Hebrew HealthCare offers the following services: assisted living, nursing home care, Alzheimer's care, and independent living. They are a good alternative for people who require help with common tasks but who wish to retain some of their independence. Also, they can provide for people who need a high level of attention and frequent care from a nursing staff. Additionally they can service people who are at any level of Alzheimer's and who have challenges with daily tasks, and who need special support on a routine basis. Finally, they can care for people who desire to live around other people their age in a community environment but who are otherwise healthy and independent.
Hebrew HealthCare features numerous services and amenities. Medical services include vision care, foot care services, nurses on staff, speech therapy, and pain management. Also offered are wellness and health programs, spiritual/religious activities, arts and crafts , along with other social activities.
The average estimated cost for this provider is around $8,091 per month. The West Hartford average for the same level of care is about $6,595. The estimated average cost of care in Connecticut is about $5,993, which is greater than the national average of $3,762.
Hebrew HealthCare has been licensed with Medicaid and Medicare since 1967. In the most recent Medicare ratings, they obtained 3 / 5 stars based upon a collective criterion of health inquiries, staffing evaluations, and overall quality. Within that period, they had 2 fines levied for $2,795, 2 total penalties levied, 7 deficiencies recorded, no payment denials, and 2 complaints reported.