Phone Contact: 1-877-978-3338
Most recent Medicare.gov rating: N/A
Address Contact: 647 SE Railroad St, Wallace NC
Lifestyle Options Offered: Nursing Home Care, and Short-Term/Respite Care
About Brian Center Health Rehabilitationwallace
Located in Wallace, NC, Brian Center Health & Rehabilitation/Wallace is a senior living community offering Nursing Home Care, and Short-Term/Respite Care. Average costs for skilled nursing care in North Carolina start at $82.00 per night with an average cost of $204.00 for private accommodations, while the costs for assisted living communities range from $1,700.00 per month with an average cost of $3,397.00.
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More detailed description:
Brian Center Health & Rehabilitation/Wallace is a Nursing Home that is designed to provide intensive and specialized care for patients 24 hours a day. The type of care in this facility is generally designated for acute or rehabilitation from a serious illness such as a stroke, broken bones/joints, and/or major surgeries. The 24 hour staff provides residents with nurses, LPNs (Licensed Practical Nurse), and CNAs (Certified Nursing Assistant). Nursing homes are designed to cater towards multiple types of patient care including short-term rehabilitation for surgical recovery and long-term medical supervision services.
It is possible to find a nursing home like Brian Center Health & Rehabilitation/Wallace with unique programs, such as dedicated care for people suffering from Alzheimer's or similar health issues. Some facilities also offer temporary care, which can offer a much-needed break for family members caring for someone who is sick or disabled. When looking at nursing homes like Brian Center Health & Rehabilitation/Wallace, it is important to get clear comparisons. Medicare ratings offer a good starting point -- each nursing home should have a rating on a 5-point scale, which is publicly available (and listed on this site in the "Quick Info" section above). Determining eligibility for Medicaid and Medicare will also be vital, as most facilities offer several different payment options, along with tools such as long-term care insurance, to make paying for future care easier.