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Salem Nursing Homes

There are 4 Nursing Homes Facilities in Salem, OR.

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    Avamere Rehabilitation Of Salem

    Avamere Rehabilitation Of Salemis located in Salem,Oregonon 4120 Kurth Street S. and provides a caring Nursing Homes approach for residents that starts from the heart. Caring staff members are dedicated to serve and care for each resident as a family member. Avamere Rehabilitation Of Salem’s goa...

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    Sunnyside Care Center

    Sunnyside Care Center’s mission is to provide excellent care in a safe, respectful and compassionate manner. The goal of Sunnyside Care Center is to enrich and improve the quality of life for their elderly residents.   Sunnyside Care Center is a Nursing Homes community, located in Salem, ...

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    Windsor Health & Rehabilitation Center

    Windsor Health & Rehabilitation Center is a fully-furnished senior community that provides Nursing Homes care to the elderly. Windsor Health & Rehabilitation Center is located in a quiet and safe neighborhood in Salem,ORon 820 Cottage Street Ne. Caregivers and staff members in this Nursing Homes f...

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    Tierra Rose Care Center

    Tierra Rose Care Center is licensed by the State of Oregon to operate as a 76-bed care community for the elderly. Tierra Rose Care Center is a large care community that is conveniently located in the peaceful neighborhood on 4254 Weathers Street Ne in Salem, OR. This care community is a fully-furn...

Salem, OR Nursing Homes


4 Nursing Homes are located in the city of Salem, Oregon or nearby and can accommodate the needs of your Loved One (subject to availability). Also known as Skilled Nursing Facilities, these health facilities 4 provide continuous nursing and supportive care to patients who need long-term nursing care on an extended basis, rehabilitation after surgery, disabled or those people who are recovering from a serious medical condition.

Nursing Homes in Salem offer personal care, assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs) plus all the services provided by assisted living facilities with around the clock nursing care. This also includes daily nutritional meals, bathing, grooming, dressing, medication management and more. Oregon Hospice, Dementia and Alzheimer’s Care are all part of the specialty care provided by Nursing Homes which is provided 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Registered Nurses and LVNs (Licensed Vocational Nurses) are available to assist their patients with their care needs in the facility.


Seniors in Salem typically need this type of rehabilitation care when they are suffering from a serious medical condition. A licensed registered nurse is required to be present in the nursing home at all times to provide a more intensive care and treatment to patients who are in need of complex medical care, including seniors who have injuries, disabilities, serious illness or those recovering for surgery.


The average cost of Nursing Homes in Salem is $ 7604 per month (source: Genworth Financial). Generally in Oregon, Skilled Nursing in is more expensive than Assisted Living as it requires licensed professionals and more medical equipment to sustain a patient’s high level of medical care needs.


Paying for Nursing Care can be very expensive especially if the stay is longer than anticipated. Due to the high nursing home costs in Salem, patients typically utilize their Medicare or Medicaid benefits. Medicare or Medicaid will only pay for care services provided by certified nursing home facilities for a limited amount of time typically for 90 days.

However, for those patients who do not qualify for these government health programs, private insurance or private funds are used. Some sources may include the patient’s retirement savings, help from family members or long term care insurance. If none if these are available, it’s best to contact Medicare (www.medicare.gov) or Oregon’s Department of Human Services, Seniors and People with Disabilities for more options.


Salem Nursing Homes are licensed, inspected and regulated by the Department of Public Health, regulated by the state and the federal government and are certified by Medicare and Medicaid.

Oregon Skilled Nursing facilities become certified only when they pass the state government agency inspection. These government agencies are responsible for having the administrators licensed, performing routine inspections, ensuring the facility is operating up to standards and checking that the residents are receiving good care.

For additional information, you can directly visit Medicare at www.medicare.gov or call them at 1-800-MEDICARE (1-800-633-4227)

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