Located at 115 Orendorff Ave in Harrison, Arkansas, Highlands of Harrison at Orendorff Health and Reha is a 102 room nursing home facility. The encompassing area is heavily populated, with about 31,000 people residing in the 72601 zip code. It is a largely middle income area, with an average household income of $35,872. It is located close to numerous local conveniences, including health care facilities, retail shopping, and churches. There are 6 pharmacies within 1 mile of the community. They're located just 0.41 miles from North Arkansas Regional Medical Center. There are also 14 churches within four miles, including Hillcrest Nursing Home, First Assembly of God, Ridgeway Church of Christ, and Believers Fellowship of Harriso.
Highlands of Harrison at Orendorff Health and Reha can provide several types of senior care, including nursing home care and memory care. They can care for individuals who need a higher degree of assistance and regular nursing care. They can also accommodate individuals at all levels of dementia or Alzheimer's who need attention with daily tasks and monitoring to prevent wandering.
This facility features a variety of services and amenities for residents. Health services include wound care, dental care available, nurses on staff, stroke care, and speech therapy. Also offered are off site outings and arts and crafts projects, and other social activities.
The average expense for this facility is roughly $4,753 monthly. The Harrison average for the same level of care is around $5,095. The cost for Arkansas is about $4,650, versus $6,360 nationwide.
Highlands of Harrison at Orendorff Health and Reha has been serving the community since 1992 and they are licensed with Medicaid and Medicare. They received an aggregate score of 5 out of 5 stars in the most recent Medicare rating, based on a collective measure of overall quality, staffing ratings, and health audits. Within the latest period they had the following: 1 deficiency recorded, 0 total penalties issued, 0 complaints made, 0 fines issued, and 0 payment denials.