Hillcrest Convalescent Center is a 73 room senior housing community. It is located at 1417 W Pettigrew St in Durham, North Carolina. The community is in a largely middle class area, with a median per-family income of $46,835. It has a dense population, with roughly 47,000 residents in the zip code of 27705. It is located around medical services, retail stores, churches, and other local amenities. They're located only 0.48 miles from North Carolina Eye & Ear Hospital, there are numerous drug stores within 1 mile of the community, and there are a large number of churches within 4 miles, which include Blacknall Memorial Church, Duke University Chapel, Asbury United Methodist Church, and Immaculate Conception Catholic.
Hillcrest Convalescent Center offers both nursing home care and assisted living. The facility is a great choice for individuals who require a high level of assistance and full-time nursing care. They can also accommodate residents who are able to move around on their own but may need support with completing common activities like bathing, preparing meals, and house work.
This community offers many amenities and services. Personal services include dry cleaning, a staff available 24/7, a concierge service, and transportation assistance. Also offered are nurses on staff, psychiatric services, speech therapy, assistance with personal care, help with medication, along with other medical services. Additionally, they provide multiple facility amenities that include an on-site diner, a shared living room, a TV and media room, and a communal dining hall.
The estimated monthly expense for Hillcrest Convalescent Center is around $7,539. This is greater than the $6,017 average cost in the Durham area. The average estimated expense in the State of North Carolina is around $4,515, which is below the nationwide estimate of $4,930.
Hillcrest Convalescent Center has operated since 1967 and they are certified with Medicaid and Medicare. In the most recent data published by Medicare, they obtained a total of 5 out of 5 stars based on a collective measure of all-around quality, health and safety audits, and personnel evaluations. Within the latest period they had the following: no complaints filed, no total penalties imposed, no payment denials, no deficiencies recorded, and no fines imposed.