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There are 20 nursing homes in Spokane, WA and no other nursing homes nearby. The average cost of nursing homes in Spokane, WA is $262 per month.
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The median cost of nursing homes in Spokane for a single-occupancy apartment is $262/month (Genworth - 2013). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.
The city boasts a metropolitan population of over 400,000 and offers stunning waterfront views of the Spokane River. Seniors who live in a Spokane nursing home will receive some of the best medical care in the region in a scenic, tranquil atmosphere.
When making the decision to place your family member or loved one into a long-term care facility, it is important to understand the differences between the types of care. A nursing home is a medical facility that provides skilled nursing care in addition to residential services to seniors who are dealing with severe medical conditions and mobility issues.
Nursing homes are often confused with assisted living facilities which are residential facilities that offer assistance with activities of daily living such as bathing, dressing or meal preparation but do not provide the intensive, round-the-clock medical care found in nursing homes. To learn more about assisted living in Spokane, read our article on Spokane Assisted Living.
Sacred Heart Medical Center, a part of the Providence Health & Services network of hospitals, serves Spokane nursing home residents who live in the Spokane Valley.
The hospital has grown substantially since its founding 1886 and is now one of the largest hospitals in the Pacific Northwest with over 4000 doctors, nurses and medical personnel. Sacred Heart is also home to a Level II Adult Trauma Center which provides full-service emergency services to more than 70,000 patients annually.
Seniors may also be transferred from a Spokane nursing home to nearby Deaconess Medical Center for care during urgent medical situations. Deaconess has been providing care to residents of Spokane and the inland Northwest for over 100 years. The hospital operates a Level II Trauma Center and has beds for 388 patients.
Deaconess has been recognized as one of the Top 100 Heart Hospitals in the U.S. and its cardiac, vascular and gastrointestinal services were ranked among the top 10% in the country in 2006.
Seniors and their loved ones can enjoy a breath of fresh air at any one of the many parks located near a Spokane nursing home. Manito Park in Spokane’s South Hill neighborhood has over 90 acres of open space. The park is also home to several notable gardens that will delight nature lovers including a Japanese Garden, a Renaissance-style manicured garden, and displays of roses, perennials, lilacs and dahlias. The park and gardens are easily accessible by car along the scenic Loop Drive which circles the park.
Just a few miles northeast of Manito, sits Liberty Park, a 22-acre oasis just off Interstate 90. Enjoy a leisurely stroll along the paved Ben Burr Trail that borders the south end of the park. From there you can view locals taking in a dip in the community pool or playing a game of softball. The park is handicap accessible and has a large shelter in the center of the park for a shady picnic lunch.
Your loved one will receive some of the best medical care in the region in a scenic riverside setting at a Spokane nursing home. Search now for nursing homes on our Spokane Nursing Homes page or find nearby assisted living facilities on our Spokane Assisted Living page.
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