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Id, Meridian – Edgewood Spring Creek Ustick
3165 North Meridian Road, Meridian, ID 83646
Based on 15 reviews
Services and Housing OptionsAssisted Living, Hospice, Respite
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Id, Meridian – Edgewood Spring Creek Ustick Description
Meridian is a thriving suburb that is growing rapidly! It is home to many businesses, restaurants, coffee shops, outdoor recreational areas and more! Yet, it still has a relaxed small-town feel. Edgewood Spring Creek Ustick is located at the corner of Ustick and N. Meridian roads, adjacent to Settlers Park. It offers a perfect combination of exciting amenities, exceptional care and life-changing opportunities. Our Assisted Living residents enjoy unique opportunities for personal growth and enrichment. Plus, residents also enjoy the benefit of having on-site Therapy Services, Home Health and Hospice provided by Edgewood’s healthcare services divisions, CaringEdge and All Care.
Id, Meridian – Edgewood Spring Creek Ustick is located 1.5 miles from Meridian, a large town with a population of 90,739. Other nearby cities and towns include Eagle, Star, Garden City and Boise. The community is in a middle class neighborhood where the average income is $74,996, 46% of the country has a higher median income.
This community provides Assisted Living, Hospice Care and Respite Care and has Studio and Suite apartments available. Studio apartments start at an estimated $3,432 a month, while the average cost of Assisted Living is $3,433 in Meridian, $3,519 in ID, and $3,545 in the United States. These prices are estimated. Id, Meridian – Edgewood Spring Creek Ustick is a member of a larger group of communities called Edgewood Healthcare. Id, Meridian – Edgewood Spring Creek Ustick is ranked 4 out of 9 communities in Meridian and is ranked 53 out of 148 communities in ID.
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Healthcare Near Id, Meridian – Edgewood Spring Creek Ustick
Id, Meridian – Edgewood Spring Creek Ustick is close to a wide range of health providers including hospitals, pharmacies and dentists. The closest hospital is New Beginnings Birth Center which is 2.0 miles away, but there are also other hospitals in the area including Saint Lukes Meridian Medical Center, and Saint Alphonsus Eagle Health Plaza. Pharmacies close by are Walgreens which is 1.3 miles away, Sav-On Pharmacy, and Walmart Pharmacy. Have to go to the dentist? Options include Scott Dentistry which is 0.1 miles away, Tingey Orthodontics, and Blair Pediatric Dentistry.
Id, Meridian – Edgewood Spring Creek Ustick is also close to a range of restaurants, culture, shopping and parks. Looking to go out to eat or order takeout? Order pizza at Garbonzo's Pizza, Italian at il Sugo or Greek at The Gyro Shack. Love the arts? Head on over to Ford Idaho Center Amphitheater, James Castle House, or Visual Arts Collective (VAC). Enjoy shopping? Spend some time at The Village at Meridian, Boise Towne Square, or Karcher Mall. Looking for a park to relax at? Enjoy the outdoors at Settlers Park, Meridian, or Crossfield Apartments.
Weather in the area consists of an average of 89 days of rain, 30 days of snow and 244 days of sun and the total precipitation is around 0.8 inches a year. The region reaches a high of 80°F in the summer and 30°F in the winter, with an average temp of 54.9°F throughout the year. The average humidity is 51.8%, with max winds averaging around 10.5 mph.
This community is licensed by the state of ID. It is a large-sized community with 60 total beds.
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I have nothing but high praise for the love and care shown to my mother during the 7 years she lived at Spring Creek Ustick. After falling in her home and breaking a shoulder in 2011, she realized she could no longer live by herself (my father had passed in 2005). Spring Creek Ustick had just opened and, after taking her to visit the facility, she fell in love with it and decided it was where she wanted to move. After she chose her apartment, we moved her furniture in and, in a short time, she was "home." She quickly adapted to daily life at Spring Creek, enjoying activities, building new friendships with other residents,and looking forward to her weekly hair appointment in the in-house salon! The Spring Creek staff was phenomenal, taking good care of her every day, as they do with all the residents. They dispensed her medications on time, cleaned her apartment, or simply stopped in to visit when time allowed; they were friendly, loving, personable, important people who made a difference in her quality of life, which brought great comfort to all of us in her family. Staff also took time to get to know our family, and answered any questions or concerns we had. Kim, the facility Executive Director, always treated us as family, and spent much time interacting with Mom, as she does with all the residents, making them all feel special and loved. Failing health overtook Mom in her final couple years and, when she passed away in late 2018, Kim and the staff showed great compassion and love, and went above and beyond in helping us deal with our grief...putting together a Memorial Service so Mom's Spring Creek friends and the staff could say their goodbyes. We will continue to sing the praises of the loving professionals at SpringCreek Ustick and deeply appreciate them all for who they are and what they do.
As a previous staff member, I would not recommend bringing your loved ones here. The management is unreliable, the staff is inattentive and ill-mannered, and the residents don’t receive adequate care. It was very disappointing to have worked for a company that was so careless about ensuring that the residents are given the proper care they need. Both the management and staff treat the residents as though they are negligible. This is not the place you want to take your family members.
My mother has been a resident here for almost 2 years. I live very closeby so I pop in at all times throughout the week. Every single time I visit, I see very attentive, loving care coming from the staff members while treating each person's needs with kindness, understanding & respect. It takes very special people to deal so professionally with such a wide array of personalities, from the residents & their families, who individually come from many diverse backgrounds & lifestyles. Trying to blend all of that together & meet everyone's concerns is extremely difficult, but the staff at Spring Creek, from the director to all of the other very talented team members, give 100% to that effort. I feel totally confident, secure & at peace with the care my mother receives from her "helpers" at this stage in her life. She tells me how much she loves them & can't say enough about how much they do for her. The facility is always very clean & feels very homey at first glance. The kitchen staff does an awesome job of creating menus & various dishes. I've had other family members in similar facilities in the past & this one has shown me the best of the best. I couldn't be more grateful for their support! Highly recommended!
When we first checked my father in law here we felt pretty good about this place. The staff seemed friendly and helpful, plus we had heard from others how much they liked the staff and facilities. Near the end of his stay, his fees were raised dramatically and the level of care we felt was not very good. Not sure if staff changed or what but we were not impressed. Eventually he was asked to leave to get a higher level of care and we moved him to a different facility.At the end of the day we learned a number lessons. 1) Understand what level of care your loved one needs, 2) Understand the medications they recommend and consult your physician to understand the side effects 3) compare other services, get referrals from friends, ask about staff turnover 4) know that nobody will take care of your loved one better than you - you must be their advocate. 5) if you see or smell something you don’t like don’t hesitate to alert the director and follow up with an email to have a paper trail.There are many at this facility doing their very best, it’s up to you to decide the best care.
My grandfather lived her for over a year so I'm very familiar with this place and can assure you that it's a wonderful place for any elderly family member to live.I trust them fully and know that the people who run it and the staff are very knowledgeable and very kind.They have all kinds of activities to do and some involved the families of the tenants as well.They offer care on many levels from semi independent to more advanced care. The facility is always clean and is beautiful. Their food it great and they have an environment that feels like home.The individual rooms have a bedroom and a living room with a small kitchen and some have patios as well.They are definitely top notch in everything they provide. The staff feel like family and treat your loved one with respect and kindness. They are on the more expensive side but worth every penny for the peace of mind you get. Would definitely recommend.
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