Sem Haven Health Care Center is a 100 unit nursing home facility located in Milford, Ohio. With an average per-household income of $58,964, the community is in a mostly middle income area. It is densely populated, with about 32,000 individuals living in the 45150 zip code. It is located around retail shopping, houses of worship, medical facilities, and other local conveniences. They're located just 5.43 miles from Jewish Hospital, there are multiple drug stores within a mile of the facility, and there are multiple churches within four miles, including St Thomas Episcopal Church, Vineyard Church, Milford Church of Christ, and Milford United Methodist Church.
Sem Haven Health Care Center offers the following types of care: dementia care, nursing home care, and assisted living. They can provide care for seniors at all stages of dementia or Alzheimer's who require support with day-to-day activities and monitoring to prevent wandering. They can also accommodate seniors who can't live by themselves and who require a higher level of assistance and medical attention. In addition, they can offer care to seniors who require assistance with day-to-day activities but who wish to maintain some degree of independence.
This provider features numerous amenities and services for their residents. Property amenities include a hair salon, a community dining hall, a communal living room, and a fitness center. Also offered are religious and spiritual activities and arts and crafts , along with other social activities.
The estimated average monthly cost for Sem Haven Health Care Center is about $7,617. This is higher than the $6,338 estimated cost for Milford. The average estimated cost in Ohio is approximately $5,323, which is above the nationwide average of $4,978.
Sem Haven Health Care Center has been licensed by both Medicare and Medicaid for 35 years. They obtained a total score of 5 / 5 stars in the most recent report published by Medicare. This result is based on a collective criterion of all-around quality, health and safety evaluations, and staff evaluations. During that period, they had no total penalties issued, no fines issued, no complaints filed, 1 deficiency recorded, and no payment denials.