Located at 201 South County Road 5 in Springfield, Minnesota, St. John Lutheran Home is an 85 unit senior housing facility. The surrounding area has a sparse population, with roughly 4,000 people residing in the zip code of 56087. It is a generally middle income area, with a median per-household income of $45,192. Located nearby are churches, retail shopping, healthcare services, and other local conveniences. They are located only 0.61 miles from Springfield Medical Center Mayo Health System and there are 4 churches within four miles, including Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, Ainsley Rev Keith, Apostolic Assembly Church, and Our Saviour's Lutheran Church.
St. John Lutheran Home offers the following services: assisted living, nursing home care, and dementia care. They can provide care for residents who need help with common tasks but who wish to preserve some degree of independence. Also, they can accommodate residents who are primarily unable to move freely and who need to be under the care of medical professionals around the clock. Additionally they can offer care to residents who are suffering from Alzheimer's and who have difficulty with daily tasks, and who require close care on a frquent basis.
St. John Lutheran Home features a variety of amenities and services for their residents. Medical services include stroke care, nurses on site, psychiatric services, and help with medication. Also offered are spiritual/religious activities and educational programs, and other social activities. Additionally, they provide multiple property amenities including a hair salon and an outdoor garden.
The estimated average cost of care for this facility is approximately $3,846 per month. This is lower than the Springfield estimated cost of $4,059. The average estimated cost of care across Minnesota is approximately $4,134, which is above the US estimate of $3,937.
St. John Lutheran Home has been serving the community for 31 years. They're currently licensed with Medicaid and Medicare. They obtained 4/5 stars in the most recent data published by Medicare, based upon a collective measure of all-around quality, health and safety inspections, and personnel ratings. They had no payment denials, no fines levied, no complaints made, 4 deficiencies reported, and no total penalties levied within that period.