200 Maple Valley Dr., Farmington, MO 63640
Total monthly costs depend on room type, select services, and the level of care needed.
Base fees by room type
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At the time our loved one moved in it was a newer community so they were ironing out the kinks and during the pandemic there were small hiccups but they have been wonderful. They have been extremely responsive whether its through the online app or text messages. The nurses and directors have been very responsive and very accommodating and good to our loved ones needs. Everyone has truly be awesome.
We chose Cedarhurst of Farmington because it was a new facility and it provided more of a resort feel rather than a nursing home or skilled nursing facility. The room sizes are good, my mom is in a 2 bedroom and it is perfect for her. The only downfall is that because it is new, there are not a whole lot of residents yet. The staff have been very accommodating and not only are they pet friendly facility, but they will walk them as well. They do also have trial rooms, so you can try out a room that is fully furnished for 30 days to see if it is the right fit.
the staff at Cedarhurst of Farmington community are just absolutely amazing, and they have non stop around the clock care. Also the meals they serve are just like fine dining, and when they are able to have activities they are great.
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