Oak Hollow Nursing Center is a 164 bed nursing facility. It is located around the Gordon Heights area of Middle Island, New York. With a median family income of $65,320, the community is in a mostly middle class area. It has an average population density, with roughly 15,000 residents in the 11953 zip code. Located nearby are many local amenities, including healthcare facilities, retail stores, and churches. They're located only 5.55 miles from John T Mather Memorial Hospital Of Port Jefferson, there are many pharmacies within 1 mile of the community, and there are multiple churches within 4 miles, which include Middle Island Christian Church, Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, Middle Island Presbyterian Church, and Forrest J.
Oak Hollow Nursing Center offers both dementia care and nursing home care. The facility is a great fit for people who are at diffferent stages of dementia and who need close assistance and care for their safety. They can also accommodate people who are not able to live by themselves and need a higher level of monitoring and medical care.
Oak Hollow Nursing Center features a variety of amenities and services to residents. Property amenities include an on-site beautician, high speed internet, and a swimming pool. Also offered are daily exercise programs, arts and crafts , live entertainment, spiritual/religious activities, along with other recreational activities. Additionally, they provide multiple medical services that include dialysis administration, cardiac care, speech therapy, wound care, and occupational therapy.
The estimated monthly cost for this facility is around $14,530. This is greater than the $12,122 average cost for Middle Island. The estimated average cost in the State of New York is approximately $7,771, which is higher than the nationwide estimate of $5,718.
Oak Hollow Nursing Center has been serving Middle Island for 46 years. They are currently registered with both Medicaid and Medicare. They received a cumulative score of 2 / 5 stars in the latest Medicare report. This rating was based on a collective measure of all-around quality, safety audits, and staff evaluations. Within that period, they had 0 fines imposed, 0 complaints made, 0 total penalties imposed, 9 deficiencies reported, and 0 payment denials.