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There are 2 nursing homes in Edmonds, WA and no other nursing homes nearby.
Edmonds is a picturesque waterfront city with spectacular views of Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains. Known as the friendliest town in western Washington, seniors living in nursing homes in Edmonds will enjoy the area’s natural beauty and friendly community with a small town attitude.
A nursing home provides around-the-clock professional nursing care for individuals who are no longer able to care for themselves due to a chronic illness or disability.
However, an assisted living facility may be more appropriate for seniors who are require help in one or more activities of daily living such as bathing or taking medications. For more information, see our article on Edmonds Assisted Living.
When more comprehensive medical treatment is needed than is normally provided, nursing homes in Edmonds may transfer a resident to Stevens Hospital. With a professional clinical and non-clinical staff of over 1200, Stevens provides a full range of medical and diagnostic services, specialty clinics and a variety of support services. In times when emergency care may be needed, the Stevens’ Emergency Department is ready 24/7 with a pledge to provide every patient with excellent care. Patients have rated the emergency department’s teamwork in the 88th percentile of hospitals.
In nearby Kirkland, Evergreen Hospital provides primary care, specialty care, home health, hospice and community-based outreach programs. Its Neuroscience Institute is located in the new DeYoung Pavillion, a state-of-the-art facility that considered the wellness and health of patients in its design. One of the Institute’s primary programs, the Booth Gardner Parkinson’s Care Center, offers comprehensive treatment for Parkinson’s disease with one of the nation’s top programs for managing deep-brain stimulation.
There are many parks where residents of nursing homes in Edmonds are able to spend time outdoors with family and friends. At Brackett’s Landing Park, paths lead to a wheelchair accessible jetty and fabulous views of the Olympic Mountains, the North Cascades and Puget Sound. Enjoy the sun and invigorating sea air at the Fishing Pier while watching the catches of the day at the edge of the Puget Sound. For a little time in the area’s natural beauty, visit Yost Park for a leisurely walk along the boardwalk amidst the native Washington vegetation and wildlife.
City Park is the venue for Concerts in the Park, a free community event scheduled during the summer months. Seniors residing in nursing homes in Edmonds may also enjoy many of the other community events throughout the year such as the Classic Car Show, the Annual Arts Festival, and an Old Fashioned Fourth of July in downtown Edmonds.
As the oldest town in south Snohomish County, Edmonds is full of history. The Edmonds Museum chronicles the history of the area with changing exhibits and the Historic Walk of Edmonds is a walking tour of historic buildings located in the heart of Edmonds.
The median daily rate for a semi-private nursing home room in the Seattle-Tacoma-Bellevue metropolitan area is $257 with an annual median cost of $93,728. The daily rate for a private room is $289, or $105,635 annually. However, rates will vary community to community and can range anywhere from $215 to $390 per day.*
Nursing Homes in Edmonds offer skilled nursing care in a thriving community on the shores of Puget Sound. To find nursing homes, visit our Edmonds Nursing Homes page or to find assisted living, visit our Edmonds Assisted Living page.
Written by senior housing writer Karen Tom.
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