Lamar Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center is a 120 room nursing home facility. It is located at 6428 US Highway 11 in Lumberton, Mississippi. The community is in a generally working class area, with a median household income of $33,122. With approximately 11,000 residents in the 39455 zip code, it has a medium-density population. Located nearby are plenty of local amenities, such as retail stores, houses of worship, and medical facilities. There are 2 drug stores within one mile of the facility and numerous churches within four miles, which include Good Hope Baptist Church, Purvis United Methodist Church, First Baptist Church, and Our Lady of Perpetual Help.
Lamar Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center offers dementia care and nursing home care. The community is a good option for those at any stage of dementia or Alzheimer's who require support with routine tasks and monitoring to avoid wandering. They can also provide for those who are mostly immoble and who need to be under the care of medical professionals 24-hours a day.
Lamar Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center features a variety of services and amenities. Recreational activities include spiritual/religious activities and off site field trips. Also offered are psychiatric services, wound care, nurses on staff, speech therapy, medication support, and other medical services.
The average monthly expense for Lamar Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center is estimated to be $6,322. This is higher than the $6,289 estimated cost in the city of Lumberton. The average cost for Mississippi is around $5,163, versus $5,718 nationally.
Lamar Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center has operated since 2013. They are currently registered with both Medicaid and Medicare. They received 2 out of 5 stars in the latest Medicare report. This mark was based on a combined measure of overall quality, health and safety inquiries, and personnel evaluations. Within the latest period they have had the following: 9 deficiencies recorded, 2 complaints reported, 0 total penalties imposed, 0 fines imposed, and 0 payment denials.