Located at 233 East Norton Rd in Springfield, Missouri, Maranatha Village is a 240 unit senior housing community. With approximately 42,000 residents in the 65803 zip code, the encompassing area is densely populated. It is a primarily middle income area, with a median family income of $36,075. It is located nearby retail stores, houses of worship, health care services, and other local conveniences. There are multiple churches within four miles, including Maranatha Village, Berean Baptist Church, Ohlin John V, and First Church of God. There are many drugstores within 1 mile of the facility. They're also located just 0.96 miles from Ozarks Community Hospital.
Maranatha Village offers the following services: nursing home care, independent living, and assisted living. They can care for seniors who are seriously ill and need assistance with day-to-day activities but also must have frequent access to healthcare services. They can also accommodate those who are in good health and independent and who wish to live in a social community with a few amenities such as housekeeping and on-site maintenance. Additionally they can house people who are able to move around on their own but may need some support with routine activities like bathing, food preparation, and housekeeping.
Maranatha Village offers many amenities and services for residents. Property features include an on site restaurant, walking paths, a shared living area, landscaped grounds, and wifi. Also offered are maid service, an emergency call system, in-room cable television, on-site maintenance, along with other room features. Additionally, they provide various personal services including a staff available 24/7, transportation assistance, and dry cleaning.
The estimated average monthly cost for this provider is around $2,721. The Springfield estimate for the same level of care is about $2,714. The cost average for the State of Missouri is around $2,742, versus $3,928 nationally.
Maranatha Village has been in business since 1991. They're currently certified with Medicaid and Medicare. In the latest rating by Medicare, they received a total score of 5 out of 5 stars based upon a combined measure of overall quality, personnel reviews, and health and safety inquiries. During that period, they had no complaints reported, 2 deficiencies reported, no payment denials, no fines assessed, and no total penalties assessed.