The Peaks Care Center is a 105 bed senior housing facility situated in Longmont, Colorado. The encompassing area has a dense population, with roughly 41,000 individuals residing in the 80501 zip code. With an average family income of $46,665, it is a predominantly middle income area. It is located around many local conveniences, including churches, retail stores, and healthcare services. They are located just 1.27 miles from Longmont United Hospital. There are many drugstores within 1 mile of the community. Also, there are a large number of churches within 4 miles, which include Faith Baptist Church, Bethlehem Lutheran Church, Twin Peaks Assembly of God, and Church of Christ of Longmont.
The Peaks Care Center offers multiple care options, including assisted living and nursing home care. The community is an excellent fit for people who require assistance with day-to-day tasks but who want to preserve their independence to some degree. They can also accommodate people who are mostly confined to their bed and who need to be under the care of doctors and nurses 24-hours a day.
This provider features many different amenities and services. Property amenities include a community dining hall, a library, a fitness center, an on-site beautician, and an outdoor garden. Also offered are a 24-hour staff, transportation, laundry cleaning, and other personal services. Additionally, they provide multiple room features including an emergency call system, in-room cable TV, and housekeeping.
The average per month expense for this facility is estimated to be $7,657. The Longmont average for this level of care is around $6,644. While the nationwide estimated cost is about $4,930, the State of Colorado is about $4,912 per month.
The Peaks Care Center has operated for 35 years and they are registered with both Medicaid and Medicare. In the latest Medicare report, they obtained a total score of 2/5 stars based upon a collective criterion of overall quality, staffing reviews, and health reviews. During the latest period, they had 11 deficiencies reported, 16 complaints made, 2 total penalties issued, 1 fine issued for $1,950, and 1 payment denial.