Nursing Homes and Skilled Nursing Facilities in Park Ridge, Illinois

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Park Ridge Care Center

665 Busse Hwy
Park Ridge, Illinois 60068-2523
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Avantara Park Ridge

1601 N Western Ave
Park Ridge, Illinois 60068-1233
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Presence Resurrection N & R

1001 N Greenwood Ave
Park Ridge, Illinois 60068-2054
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About Park Ridge, Illinois

Park Ridge, a city located in the state of Illinois (IL), is home to a population of approximately 39,368 people. Park Ridge boasts a median age of 45.1, with around 28.5% of its residents aged 60 or above. 4.1% of the population identifies as US Veterans. 8.4% of Park Ridge residents are disabled. The city has an average household income of $137,964, while the unemployment rate stands at 3.5%, and around 4.3% of the population is considered to be living below the poverty level. In terms of housing, the average home value in Park Ridge is $528,253, with a monthly rent averaging $1,487.

About Nursing Homes

When it comes to healthcare services for seniors, nursing homes and skilled nursing facilities (SNFs) are two of the most common options available. A nursing home is a living option for seniors who do not need a hospital but require a higher level of care or medical attention than can be provided at home or in assisted living. Nursing homes provide structured schedules, meals, and around-the-clock medical treatment. Residents have care plans and receive regular health assessments. Nursing homes are regulated at both federal and state levels. A skilled nursing facility (SNF) is a residential establishment for short-term medically necessary services. Residents receive 24-hour care from skilled nursing professionals, usually after a recent injury or illness. Residents may no longer require hospital care but might need medical management and monitoring, rehabilitation, or therapy. SNFs are licensed by the state’s Department of Health Services, but must also meet federal requirements “to receive payment under Medicare or Medicaid programs.”

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