Located at 640 N Main St in River Falls, Wisconsin, The Lutheran Home - River Falls is a 50 bed senior care community. The community is in a mostly middle income area, with a median per-family income of $57,463. It is densely populated, with about 23,000 individuals living in the 54022 zip code. It is located near medical services, retail stores, churches, and other local amenities. There are 14 drugstores within a mile of the facility. They are located just 0.92 miles from River Falls Area Hospital. There are also many churches within 4 miles, including St Bridget's Church, Abundant Life Church, River, and First Congregational Church.
The Lutheran Home - River Falls offers Alzheimer's care, assisted living, and nursing home care. They are a great choice for those who are at all stages of memory loss and who require close assistance and care for their own security. They can also accommodate those who are mobile but require some assistance with completing routine activities like personal hygiene, preparing food, and house keeping. Additionally they can offer care to those who require a higher level of attention and frequent nursing care.
This community offers many different services and amenities. Facility amenities include a hair salon, a convenience market, an on site restaurant, and a community dining room. Also offered are safety and disabled fixtures, in-room kitchenettes, an emergency call system, regular maid service, and other room amenities. Additionally, they provide multiple health services that include speech therapy, wound care, dialysis administration, nurses on site, and occupational therapy.
The average per month expense for The Lutheran Home - River Falls is approximately $5,562. This is higher than the $4,663 estimated cost in the River Falls area. The average estimated cost in Wisconsin is around $4,601, which is higher than the national average of $4,221.
The Lutheran Home - River Falls has been commissioned by Medicaid as well as Medicare since 1985. They obtained a score of 2 out of 5 stars in the latest report published by Medicare, based on a collective criterion of health reviews, personnel evaluations, and overall quality. They had no complaints reported, 11 deficiencies reported, no fines applied, no payment denials, and no total penalties applied within this reporting year.