Situated within the Springfield neighborhood of Olympia, Washington, Olympia Transitional Healthcare and Rehabilitation is a 135 unit skilled nursing facility. With about 19,000 individuals living in the zip code of 98506, the surrounding area has a medium-density population. It is a predominantly middle income area, with an average family income of $58,257. Located nearby are health care facilities, retail stores, churches, and other local conveniences. They are located only 0.18 miles from Providence St Peter Hospital, there are numerous drugstores within 1 mile of the facility, and there are multiple churches within four miles, which include Capital Christian Center, Sleater-Kinney Road Baptist Church, Bible Presbyterian Church, and Jehovah's Witnesses.
Olympia Transitional Healthcare and Rehabilitation offers the following: Alzheimer's care, nursing home care, and assisted living. They can provide care for those at any stage of dementia or memory loss who need assistance with daily tasks and monitoring to avoid wandering. Also, they can accommodate those who need a high degree of assistance and regular nursing care. Additionally they can service those who require assistance with daily tasks like food preparation, hygiene, and house work, but who are mobile and are somewhat independent.
This provider features a large number of services and amenities to residents. Social activities include off site outings, arts and crafts , education programs, wellness and health programs, and spiritual/religious activities. Also offered are nurses on site, general help with personal care, speech therapy, occupational therapy, physical therapy, along with other health services.
Average costs-per-month for this provider are about $8,673. This is above the Olympia estimate of $7,316. The cost average for Washington is around $6,001, versus $4,978 nationally.
Olympia Transitional Healthcare and Rehabilitation has been registered with Medicaid and Medicare since 1976. They received a total of 2/5 stars in the latest report published by Medicare, based on a combined measure of safety assessments, personnel reviews, and overall quality. During that period they had the following: 0 payment denials, 12 deficiencies reported, 13 complaints reported, 1 total penalty imposed, and 1 fine imposed for $1,495.