The median cost of Nursing Homes in Medford for a single-occupancy apartment is $237/month (Genworth - 2013).
This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.
Cost of Medford Nursing Homes
Cost of Nearby Nursing Homes
Cost data provided by senior living communities and compiled by SeniorHomes.com is subject to change without notice.
This data is for informational purposes only and may contain inaccuracies. Your actual senior living costs may vary depending on your personal situation.
Just 30 minutes from the California border, Medford lies in the lush Rogue Valley. Nestled between the Cascade Range and the Siskiyon Mountains, Medford nursing home seniors enjoy warm, mild weather year round.
The largest city in southern Oregon and a retirement destination, Medford is the hub for medical services and shopping for residents of southern Oregon and northern California.
A nursing home provides skilled nursing care for seniors with chronic illnesses or disabilities who are no longer able to care for themselves. The level of care in a nursing home differs from services provided in an assisted living facility. An assisted living home provides seniors with help in one or more daily living activities such as bathing, taking medication, or cooking meals. See our Medford assisted living page for more information.
Medford Medical Facilities
As the center for medical services to the residents of southern Oregon and northern California, Medford nursing home residents have access to the best medical care in the area.
One of two major medical centers located right in Medford, the Rogue Valley Medical Center (RVMC) is a certified Primary Stroke Center. This certification is a national designation granted to hospitals demonstrating consistent, excellent and advanced care of stroke victims. At RVMC, a team of specialists from the emergency room doctors, neurologists, hospitalists, pharmacists, nurses, respiratory therapists, physical therapists, speech language specialists and other clinicians specializing in neurology and emergency medicine are involved in the care of a stroke patient.
Providence Medford Medical Center (PMMC), also located in the heart of the Rogue Valley, has the only inpatient rehabilitation services in the region. PMMC recently received a three-year accreditation for achieving the highest standards in inpatient rehabilitation and stroke rehabilitation services.
The Providence HeartCare center offers Medford nursing home seniors the most advanced non-invasive CT scan that takes just seconds to scan the heart without using a heart catheterization. This new technology enables physicians to identify heart disease without invasive surgery and enables early detection where the condition might have gone undetected before.
Medford Parks & Recreation
Seniors and their families may enjoy an excursion from a Medford nursing home to one of the city's parks. There's Alba Park in the heart of downtown with its manicured grounds, gazebo and fountain, or a walk along the pathways in Fichtner-Mainwaring Park.
For a bit of entertainment, Medford has a number of events throughout the year. The Art in Bloom is the largest outdoor art fair in the area with music performances and special exhibits. The Taste of History is a delicious event filled with samplings from local restaurants and wineries, live entertainment and area artist showcasing their work. The city is also home to the amazing edible art of the Gingerbread Jubilee, the wondrous Annual Winter Light Festival and the beautiful Providence Festival of Trees.
Start searching for a Medford nursing home for your loved one by browsing our Medford Nursing Homes page or browse nearby assisted living homes on our Medford Assisted Living page.
Written by senior housing writer Karen Tom.
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