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There are 5 nursing homes in Portland, OR and no other nursing homes nearby. The average cost of nursing homes in Portland, OR is $244 per month.
At the Robison Jewish Health Center, you'll find a full range of support services including physical rehabilitation to assist in your recovery from an injury or surgery, intermediate nursing care, and memory support services. More importantly, you'll find this care…
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Secora Health and Rehabilitation of Cascadia is a leading healthcare provider in rehabilitation and skilled nursing care conveniently located minutes from downtown Portland. Our mission is to provide personalized care for each of our patients that enhance their well-being and…
The median cost of nursing homes in Portland for a single-occupancy apartment is $244/month (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.
Bottom line, an unbelievably beautiful and comfortable Community. Attention to detail, respect for religious values and for the health and well being of the members of the Community is the highest I've seen in the Portland area. Staff are welcoming, employees and outside agencies that work onsite are held to equally...Read more Robison Jewish Health Center reviews
What a lovely community! As a discharge planner, I appreciate when communities are able to provide multiple levels of care. I am a strong advocate of aging in place and Robison really allows that to happen. Beautiful location and campus, friendly staff, all the amenities our seniors could ask for.Read more Robison Jewish Health Center reviews
I chose Gateway Care and Retirement because it was recommended to us and they met my criteria of three meals a day, weekly cleaning, changing bed linens, and it was in the general area I was looking for. The service is good. They live up to expectations. I came down here several times before I moved in and checked the ...Read more Gateway Care and Retirement reviews
I visited this large but lovely community during the summer and the grounds were beautiful. Willamette is a facility for all stages of care from independent to assisted, and memory care. Residents can transition into a different level as they need it. On my visit the staff was pleasant friendly and there was a lot of ...Read more Willamette View reviews
Located in the Willamette Valley, Portland is the third largest city in the Pacific Northwest. Residents of Portland nursing homes enjoy summers that are warm and sunny and winters which are mild. This climate is especially fruitful for cultivating roses and Portland has been known as the “City of Roses” for more than a century.
As an increasing number of seniors require special care, their families must make a decision about their long-term care. In doing so, it is important to understand the differences between the different types of long-term care facilities.
Nursing homes are residential communities with professional nursing staff who care for individuals with a chronic illness or disability who no longer are able to care for themselves.
Nursing homes differ from “assisted living” communities which provide residential care and assistance to seniors who need help with daily activities such as bathing, dressing and taking medication but are free from serious illness. Learn more about Portland assisted living.
Most residents of a Portland nursing home are served by a number of fine hospitals and medical centers within the city limits. Founded in 1875, the Legacy Good Samaritan Medical Center is one of the oldest and most advanced medical centers in the Pacific Northwest. Offering a full range of inpatient and outpatient services, Legacy Good Samaritan has an emergency department that is available 24/7 to assist seniors should a critical situation occur.
One of “Thomson Reuters 100 Top Hospitals,” Providence St. Vincent is the only Oregon hospital to make this prestigious national list. The Thomson Reuters study evaluates hospital performance in nine areas that includes patient safety, patient satisfaction and adherence to clinical standards of care. Named to the list for the tenth time in 2008, families of nursing home residents can expect excellence in the programs and services offered for conditions that afflict the elderly.
Portland Parks and Recreation oversees more than 10,000 acres of parkland and offers comprehensive recreational programs including activities for senior recreation and adaptive and inclusive recreation for adults with disabilities or special needs.
To enjoy a beautiful day outdoors, residents of a Portland nursing home may choose to spend time at the city’s many parks and gardens. Washington Park is one of the oldest parks in Portland and is home to the International Rose Test Garden which features over 6,800 rose bushes representing 557 varieties. The Portland Japanese Garden offers five peaceful gardens for tranquil contemplation. Another popular park, the Hoyt Arboretum, acts as a living museum of trees and plants for all over the world.
For those seeking shelter during the chilly winter months, the Portland Art Museum, one of the city’s many museums and one of the 25 largest museums in the country, offers residents of nursing homes an enjoyable afternoon among the museum’s impressive touring exhibitions and permanent collections, including Northwest and Native American Art.
Learn more about Portland Senior Living or browse our comprehensive online directory to find nursing homes in Portland, Oregon on our Portland Nursing Homes page or assisted living on our Portland Assisted Living page.
Written by senior housing writer Karen Tom.
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