There are a total of 3 Retirement & Nursing Homes in McCurtain County, Oklahoma area and nearby. These senior homes provide skilled nursing, retirement living and other long-term care services to elderly McCurtain County residents. See the best retirement & skilled nursing facilities in McCurtain County, OK below:
Broken Bow Nursing Home is a nursing home located at 700 West Jones in 74728 zip code area, providing retirement and skilled nursing services to Broken Bow, Oklahoma as well as Mccurtain County residents. Broken Bow Nursing Home accepts private pay in addition to Medicare and Medicaid. Broken Bow Nursing Home can accommodate 105 senior residents, and has been licensed with Medicare starting from 04/01/1994, with license number 375165.
Phone #: (888) 595-9061
Older adults who are searching for Mccurtain County skilled nursing services will find Hill Nursing Home as an excellent option. Hill Nursing Home is a nursing community located at 808 Northwest M L King Avenue, Idabel, OK 74745. Its license # is 375234 and its total capacity is 51 senior citizens.
Phone #: (866) 892-7533
Mccurtain county residents looking for retirement homes near them will be able to take advantage of Memorial Heights Nursing Center, located in Idabel, OK at 1305 Southeast Adams. Memorial Heights Nursing Center provides memory care, long term care in a community setting as well as short-term care to all elderly residents in the 74745 zip code area and nearby. Memorial Heights Nursing Center can accommodate as many as 118 senior citizens who are in need of skilled nursing services. Its Medicare license number is 375123 with original license date of 06/22/1992.
Phone #: (888) 539-5370
SeniorGuidance.org provides comprehensive resources on various senior living options, including: assisted living facilities, senior living communities, nursing homes, independent living communities, continuing care retirement communities (CCRC) and all other long term senior care options, including memory care such as Alzheimer's or Dementia.
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