Heritage Health Care and Rehab is a 216 bed skilled nursing facility. It is located at 1101 Snows Mill Ave in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. With a median household income of $73,640, the facility is in a predominantly middle income area. It has a medium-density population, with roughly 15,000 individuals living in the zip code of 35406. It is surrounded by healthcare facilities, retail stores, houses of worship, and other local conveniences. They're located only 0.66 miles from Northport Medical Center. There are a number of churches within 4 miles, including Open Door Baptist Church, St Mark United Methodist, Indian Lake Baptist Church, and Church of Tuscaloosa. There are also dozens of drug stores within 1 mile of the community.
Heritage Health Care and Rehab offers both nursing home care and assisted living. They can provide care for people who are seriously ill and need assistance with daily activities and who must have frequent access to healthcare services. They can also accommodate older people who are mobile but may need help with completing common activities like bathing, food preparation, and house work.
This facility offers many different amenities and services. Recreational activities include arts and crafts projects, religious and spiritual activities, and bingo. Also offered are nurses on staff, speech therapy, occupational therapy, stroke care, physical therapy, and other medical services.
Estimated costs-per-month for this provider are around $5,170. This is greater than the $4,289 estimated cost in the city of Tuscaloosa. While the US estimated cost is approximately $4,930, the State of Alabama is about $4,267 per month.
Heritage Health Care and Rehab has been serving the community since 1977. They're currently certified with Medicare and Medicaid. In the latest Medicare reporting, they obtained a cumulative score of 4 / 5 stars based on a combined measure of overall quality, health reviews, and staff ratings. During the latest period, they had no payment denials, no total penalties assessed, no complaints made, no fines assessed, and 4 deficiencies reported.