Puyallup Nursing Homes
There are 7 Nursing Homes in Puyallup, WA and 0 Nursing Homes nearby.
Average Cost: $4,500
Linden Grove Health Care Center is a 130-bed rehabilitation and post-acute care center located in Puyallup, Washington.
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Information About Nursing Home in Puyallup
Nestled at the base of Mount Rainier, the city of Puyallup is just eight short miles east of Tacoma and only 35 miles south of Seattle. Having been settled by Oregon Trail pioneers as a farming community, the city has developed into an economic hub with over 36,000 residents.
Seniors living in a Puyallup nursing home are afforded the scenic beauty of Puyallup's signature daffodils and mountain views as well as the care and amenities provided by urban living.When selecting the right long-term care service for your family member or loved one, it is important to understand the difference between the types of care. A nursing home is a residential, skilled nursing facility, similar to a hospital, which provides intensive medical care for seniors dealing with severe health issues. A nursing home is different from an assisted living facility which provides assistance with activities of daily living such as bathing, dressing or housekeeping, but does not provide comprehensive medical services to residents. Read more about assisted living on our Puyallup assisted living page.
Puyallup Medical FacilitiesIn addition to the quality medical care received at their respective nursing homes, Puyallup nursing home seniors are able to receive additional health services from Good Samaritan Hospital. Located in Puyallup, Good Samaritan has been serving the East Pierce County community since 1952. The hospital is currently constructing a new Patient Care Tower that will hold medical offices, private patient rooms, cutting-edge surgical suites and a new emergency department.
Just a short ride away in Tacoma, St. Joseph's Hospital also provides quality medical care to Puyallup nursing home residents. St. Joseph's is home to a Level II emergency trauma center, a joint replacement "camp," and one of the largest kidney care programs on the West Coast. It has also been awarded the Consumer Choice Award by Tacoma residents for the past nine years.