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There are 6 nursing homes in Salem, OR and 1 nursing home nearby. The average cost of nursing homes in Salem, OR is $235 per month.
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The median cost of nursing homes in Salem for a single-occupancy apartment is $235/month (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.
Located in the center of the Willamette Valley, Salem is the capital of Oregon and the second largest city in the state. With weather similar to the Mediterranean and surrounded by green pastures, fields of flowers, orchards and vineyards, the city offers seniors beautiful vistas with the amenities and services of a large city.
A Salem nursing home offers professional nursing services and medical care for seniors with a chronic illness or disability who are unable to care for themselves. Nursing homes are different than assisted living facilities, which are for seniors need help with one or more daily life activities such as bathing, preparing meals or taking medication. For more information, see our Salem assisted living article.
A regional medical center for the Willamette Valley, Salem Hospital offers comprehensive services to Salem nursing home residents with the latest in advanced technology and equipment to the community. Its cardiovascular services are nationally recognized for its excellence. Its exceptional cardiac care team provides award-winning service and care.
The Hospital’s new Patient Care Tower is a state-of-the-art, technologically advanced facility housing one of the state’s busiest Emergency Departments, surgical suites, heart care, imaging and bariatrics departments.
The Silverton Hospital, about 20 minutes from Salem, is a smaller and more intimate facility. Providing a comprehensive mix of services with an emergency department, Silverton Hospital also offers technologically advanced services such as the 64-Slice Computed Tomography (CT), Nuclear Medicine, Echocardiography, and an innovative program to prevent and reverse heart disease.
The Hospital has been named one of the nation’s Top 100 Hospitals, is the first Oregon hospital to receive the J.D. Power Award for service excellence, and the only Oregon hospital to be awarded the Press Ganey Summit Award for patient satisfaction.
An outdoor excursion is always a treat for seniors living in a Salem nursing home on a beautiful Oregon day, and a city park is just the place to visit. The Bush Pasture Park in downtown Salem is one of Salem’s finest parks. Created from the estate of Mr. Asahel Bush, an influential pioneer of the area, his historic Victorian home has been preserved as the Bush House Museum. The Museum is open for guided tours and has changing exhibits throughout the year.
The park is also home to the Bush Conservatory Greenhouse (the oldest greenhouse in Oregon), the municipal rose gardens which house an extraordinary collection of vintage roses, and the Bush Barn Art Center, a historic barn turned community arts center.
Salem nursing home residents and their loved ones will enjoy the peaceful Riverfront Park, adjacent to downtown and the Willamette River. The park is laced with walking paths, beautiful views of the River and is home to the Salem Carousel.
Seniors may also enjoy the formal gardens of Deepwood Estates is a fragrant and beautiful adventure any time of the year. The gardens are “rooms” with landscaped themes and are a series of smaller gardens and paths, hidden places, and open vistas.
Written by senior housing writer Karen Tom.
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