Village at Cook Springs is located at 415 Cook Springs in Pell City, Alabama. It is a 168 unit senior care community. With a median family income of $43,148, the community is in a largely middle income area. It has a medium-density population, with around 11,000 individuals residing in the zip code of 35125. Located nearby are plenty of local conveniences, such as houses of worship, retail stores, and healthcare facilities. There are a large number of churches within 4 miles, including Bethel Baptist Church, New Hope Baptist Church, Our Lady of the Lake Catholic, and First Baptist Church of Moody. There are many pharmacies within one mile of the community. They're also located only 7.08 miles from St Vincent's St Clair.
Village at Cook Springs offers independent living, nursing home care, assisted living, and memory care. They can care for those who desire to live around other people their age in a social setting but are otherwise in good health and independent. They can also accommodate people who need a higher degree of attention and full-time medical care. In addition, they can offer care to people who need help with common tasks but who also desire to retain some of their independence. Lastly, they can assist people who are dealing with memory loss and who have trouble with daily tasks, and who need special attention on a routine basis.
This provider features many amenities and services. Social activities include off site field trips, daily exercise programs, spiritual/religious activities, and arts and crafts . Also offered are outdoor walking trails, wifi, a book collection, a convenience market, a communal dining room, and other facility amenities. Additionally, they provide various personal services including local transportation and laundry cleaning.
The monthly average expense for this facility is estimated to be $3,881. The Pell City average for this type of care is around $3,941. The cost for Alabama is approximately $3,580, versus $4,215 nationally.
Village at Cook Springs has been commissioned by both Medicare and Medicaid since 1977. In the latest data published by Medicare, they received an aggregate score of 4 / 5 stars based upon a collective criterion of health audits, all-around quality, and personnel reviews. They had no payment denials, no total penalties applied, 1 deficiency reported, 1 complaint filed, and no fines applied within the latest period.