There are a total of 3 Retirement & Nursing Homes in SAN AUGUSTINE County, Texas area and nearby. These senior homes provide skilled nursing, retirement living and other long-term care services to elderly SAN AUGUSTINE County residents. See the best retirement & skilled nursing facilities in SAN AUGUSTINE County, TX below:
Twin Lakes Rehabilitation And Care Center is a nursing home located at 451 S El Camino Crossing in 75972 zip code area, providing retirement and skilled nursing services to San Augustine, Texas as well as San Augustine County residents. Twin Lakes Rehabilitation And Care Center accepts private pay in addition to Medicare and Medicaid. Twin Lakes Rehabilitation And Care Center can accommodate 90 senior residents, and has been licensed with Medicare starting from 09/24/1997, with license number 675729.
Phone #: (888) 595-9061
Older adults who are searching for San Augustine County skilled nursing services will find Trinity Nursing And Rehabilitation as an excellent option. Trinity Nursing And Rehabilitation is a nursing community located at 902 E Main St, San Augustine, TX 75972. Its license # is 675846 and its total capacity is 88 senior citizens.
Phone #: (866) 892-7533
San Augustine county residents looking for retirement homes near them will be able to take advantage of Colonial Pines Healthcare Center, located in San Augustine, TX at 1203 Fm 1277. Colonial Pines Healthcare Center provides memory care, long term care in a community setting as well as short-term care to all elderly residents in the 75972 zip code area and nearby. Colonial Pines Healthcare Center can accommodate as many as 107 senior citizens who are in need of skilled nursing services. Its Medicare license number is 675358 with original license date of 08/01/1994.
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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