Tucson Nursing Homes
There are 12 Nursing Homes in Tucson, AZ and 0 Nursing Homes nearby. The average cost of Nursing Homes in Tucson, AZ is $208 per day.
Average Cost: $4,500
Brookdale Santa Catalina is a full-service, luxury senior living community offering a wide range of services and amenities for seniors with different needs and lifestyles.
Whether you’re fully independent and don’t want the hassles of maintaining a home or you need more assistance with day-to-day activities, The Forum at Tucson is the place for you.
Kindred Transitional Care and Rehabilitation - Northwest is located in Tucson and provides specialized short-term, inpatient rehabilitation, and skill...
As a 27-acre continuing care retirement community, Splendido has something for active seniors who are seeking a worry-free lifestyle that is set amidst luxurious settings.
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Tucson Nursing Home Costs
The median cost of Nursing Homes in Tucson for a single-occupancy apartment is $208/month (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.
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Reviews of Tucson Nursing Homes
We took my sister to the rehab for gaining strength and realized she was very sick. Nurse did not help us get her to the hospital, made us wait until 4pm to get their medical person to review. Charge nurse, Dennis, was horrible.Read more The Forum at Tucson reviews
This facility was OK years ago, but has gone WAY downhill... service is very poor, Management/Admin staff are rude, food, for the price of rent is cheap and poor quality, if in Independent Living, facility refuses to provide even basic care if injured or ill, thy will call 911 for you...Read more The Forum at Tucson reviews
I visited The Forum for the first time in a couple of years and I was sad to see how much had changed for the worse. What was once a lively, bright, inviting community was replaced with a community that I didn’t at all recognize...Read more The Forum at Tucson reviews
I looked at The Forum, they were just as good, but the rooms were really far from the cafeteria, and my mom would have to walk far. The activities were pretty good, they had game nights, exercise rooms, and they had a lot of exercises, which I liked. However, it was so big, and hard to get around.Read more The Forum at Tucson reviews
I wasn't all that interested in The Forum at Tucson because it's the furthest away from where my daughter lives. The rooms were about the same as the others, but they had too many Arizona football fans there. The staff was great and the facilities were good. They're all very friendly.Read more The Forum at Tucson reviews
My father was in skilled nursing for five weeks and moved in to assisted living at The Forum at Tucson in August. They're very caring and they seem to have a good staff. The staff has been there long term, they're not a transient staff. Their food is pretty good...Read more The Forum at Tucson reviews