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Levels of Care

Flexible Payment/Financial Options
  • Private Pay
  • You can pay for the health care services you receive on a private pay basis as the services are provided. This allows you to choose—and pay for—only the services you desire.

  • Medicare
  • Medicare Part A covers the cost of skilled care in a Skilled Nursing facility for a limited time. The Medicare benefit covers 100% of the cost of skilled care for up to the first 20 days.

    If skilled care is still required for 21-100 days (or any portion thereof), there is a daily coinsurance payment. (Medigap Coverage or Long-Term Care insurance may be able to cover this.)

  • Medigap Coverage/Supplemental Insurance Coverage
  • Medigap insurance, which is sold through private insurance companies, helps pay for costs that Medicare doesn’t cover, such as co-pays and deductibles.

  • Long-Term Care Insurance
  • Long-Term Care insurance can help pay for nursing home care. This insurance may also cover the cost of in-home care, adult day care, assisted living and services provided in continuing care communities. The amount of coverage and the eligibility requirements may differ. If your loved one has a policy, read it carefully.

Meet the Staff
  • Pamela Gill, Healthcare Administrator
  • Pamela Gill
    Healthcare Administrator

    Pamela has been in the health care field for over 14 years and is a faculty member of LeadingAge Leadership Institute of Washington. She holds a Sociology degree from Seattle Pacific University.

  • Bruce Erickson, Executive Director
  • Bruce Erickson
    Executive Director

    Bruce has more than 29 years of experience in retirement community administration. A graduate of North Park University, he holds a master’s in Health Administration from theUniversity of Washington.

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