Located at 98 Starr Farm Rd in Burlington, Vermont, Starr Farm Nursing Center is a 150 room nursing facility. The facility is in a mostly middle class area, with an average family income of $57,785. With approximately 11,000 individuals residing in the zip code of 05408, it has a medium-density population. It is located near retail shopping, houses of worship, healthcare services, and other local amenities. There are multiple churches within 4 miles, including Burlington Street Ministries, Catholic Diocese of Burlington, St Mark Youth Center, and St Mark Church. There are 19 drug stores within a mile of the community. They're also located only 4.18 miles from Fletcher Allen Hospital Of Vermont.
Starr Farm Nursing Center offers the following: nursing home care, assisted living, and memory care. They are a great option for residents who are seriously ill and require help with day-to-day activities and who must have frequent access to healthcare services. They can also provide for residents who require help with routine activities but who also desire to maintain some level of independence. In addition, they can service residents at any level of dementia or Alzheimer's who require assistance with routine activities and monitoring to prevent wandering.
Starr Farm Nursing Center features many amenities and services. Social activities include wellness and health programs, off site outings, educational programs, religious and spiritual activities, and arts and crafts projects. Also offered are wound care, nurses on staff, physical therapy, stroke care, help with personal care, along with other health services. Additionally, they provide various facility amenities including a computer room, high speed internet, an on-site beautician, an on-site diner, and a library.
The estimated average cost of care for this provider is about $7,436 per month. This is higher than the Burlington average cost of $6,307. While the national estimated cost is approximately $4,930, the State of Vermont is around $6,193 per month.
Starr Farm Nursing Center has been commissioned by both Medicare and Medicaid for 32 years. They received a cumulative score of 1/5 stars in the latest Medicare ratings. This mark was based upon a combined criterion of all-around quality, staffing ratings, and health and safety assessments. During the latest period, they had 2 fines assessed for $84,858, 2 total penalties assessed, 22 deficiencies reported, no payment denials, and 16 complaints reported.