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Mount Carmel Assisted Living
3084 Mt Carmel Road, Hampton, GA 30228
Based on 9 reviews
Services and Housing OptionsAssisted Living
Call for pricing and availability(800) 780-8101
Mount Carmel Assisted Living Description
At Mount Carmel Assisted Living, we provide personalized and attentive care to a wide range of individuals in Hampton and throughout the Henry County and South Metro Atlanta area. Our mission is to provide a caring and comfortable environment that allows your loved one to gracefully live with dignity and assurance knowing that help is always available. Additionally, we create a nurturing and encouraging environment by maintaining a home-like atmosphere and by providing daily activities. Our staff is experienced in memory care and provides a safe dementia assisted living for those suffering from this disorder.
Mount Carmel Assisted Living is located 2.3 miles from Lovejoy, a very small town with a population of 6,487. Other nearby cities and towns include Hampton, Irondale, McDonough and Stockbridge. The community is in a middle class neighborhood where the average income is $67,736, 50% of the country has a higher median income.
This community provides Assisted Living and has Studio apartments available. Studio apartments start at an estimated $3,032 a month, while the average cost of Assisted Living is $3,032 in Hampton, $3,054 in GA, and $3,545 in the United States. These prices are estimated. Mount Carmel Assisted Living is ranked 1 out of 1 communities in Hampton and is ranked 61 out of 636 communities in GA.
Healthcare Near Mount Carmel Assisted Living
Mount Carmel Assisted Living is close to a wide range of health providers including hospitals, pharmacies and dentists. The closest hospital is Advacned Aesthetics: McDonough Office which is 4.0 miles away, but there are also other hospitals in the area including Piedmont Henry Hospital, and Crescent Pines Hospital. Pharmacies close by are CVS Pharmacy which is 4.8 miles away, Walgreens, and Christians Pharmacy. Have to go to the dentist? Options include Aspen Dental which is 10.5 miles away, Dental Logic, and Pampered Smiles.
Mount Carmel Assisted Living is also close to a range of restaurants, culture, shopping and parks. Looking to go out to eat or order takeout? Order seafood at Bay Breeze, pizza at Poppin or Chinese at China Kitchen. Love the arts? Head on over to Amphitheater, Jonesboro Framing & Art Gallery, or Southern Ground Ampitheater. Enjoy shopping? Spend some time at Creekside Plaza, Morrow Pavillion Shopping Center, or Southlake Mall. Looking for a park to relax at? Enjoy the outdoors at West Hampton, Henry County, or Hampton City Park.
Weather in the area consists of an average of 180 days of rain, 2 days of snow and 181 days of sun and the total precipitation is around 3.0 inches a year. The region reaches a high of 84°F in the summer and 47°F in the winter, with an average temp of 67.0°F throughout the year. The average humidity is 71.3%, with max winds averaging around 8.1 mph.
This community is licensed by the state of GA. It is a medium-sized community with 45 total beds.
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My father has been a resident of Mt. Carmel for over five years. I am continually amazed at the homelike environment the owner and staff are able to create for the residents. It has truly allowed my father to regain some of the normalcy that he had prior to developing Alzheimers. I am also eternally great full for the experienced care he has recieved. My father was a resident of several other assisted living facilities in the area which supposedly specialized in Alzheimers care. However, that basically meant most of the residents took prescriptions to calm them down. Once my father came to Mt. Carmel, his medication was drastically reduced and he was able to participate in group activities and socialize with other residents and staff.I always recommend Mt. Carmel to anyone with an aging loved one suffering from Alzheimers. They are simply the best!
I just saw the review from William R. and I could not disagree more strongly. I am very sorry that he and his family member are in the situation they are as am I with my Dad, however this is the second home my dad has been in and even though the first place was more modern and had very nice staff and was only minutes from my home, it doesn't come close to the quality of care and understanding the staff and management at Mt. Carmel have for their extended family. The first thing that attracted me was the comfy homey feel and the way the residents were able to walk around without restriction, but also had resting places as needed,nice outdoor areas which all means alot to Alzheimers/Dementia suffers and most of all many of the staff members have been there for more than 15 years witch means alot to me and my family. I visit often and bring my grandchildren and have never been disappointed except for some missing eye glasses or socks but this to should be expected at this point in our loved ones life. We are the ones who now have to adjust,understand and just love them as they have loved us in the past......May GOD BLESS all who walk through this time in our lives with us and for us and those who don't understand yet.!
My wife has been at Mount Carmel Personal Care since mid December, 2012. The first assisted living facility she was in could not provide all the assistance she needed as her Alzheimer's progressed. We found another facility, who after one week told us that didn't have any program for her and ask us to find another home for her. We feel very lucky to have found Mount Carmel. They have exceeded our expectations and she is more content than she has been in several years. I have visited her every day except 5 and the staff is very efficient at taking care of the patients' needs. One of the major results of Alzheimer's is the loss of ability to go to the bathroom without help or in places other than the bathroom. They routinely carry them to the bathroom but an occasional an accident occurs. The staff carries them for a cleanup and sprays the area with air freshener so the facility always has a fresh scent.No one knows what is normal for in an Alzheimer patient mind, but expected behavior is not followed and unusual activities are the results. Some are habitual undressers, some walk continually, some talk all the time and so many other activities. The problems all of these activities are handled well by the staff and management. Special clothing to prevent undressing was purchased for one resident, doors are locked on rooms to prevent uninvited entry and a safe walking space is available. My wife has had a few things go missing and she may have picked up other people's things. The mind of a lot of Alzheimer patients does not understand ownership so anything they see is available for their use. We were instructed not to bring any valuables when we move into Mount Carmel because of this problem.My wife has made friends with a lot of people with her condition. They each talk about two different things but they both get the joke and laugh. She likes to roam, usually with one or two other residents. They stop and talk to other residents that can't walk and seem to enjoy all of the residents. They all gather in the dining rooms for meals. Many have different at mealtime needs and in my wife's case; she has forgotten how to use eating utensils so must be assisted with eating. The meals well balanced and prepare well.I met and talked at length with family members of several other residents and none have expressed any dissatisfaction with the care of their loved ones. My experience with the care of Alzheimer patients is limited to my wife at home until her needs exceeded what I could provide. She is more content in this setting than she has been in several years so I would recommend this facility to anyone.
Mom lived here for only 8 months . During that time we came to know the staff and other residents. We really love the staff here. They are all very sweet and always smile. This is a private family owned facility. The owner is a retired doctor. He is almost there everyday. He is kind and very caring. The facility has a home like feel to it. It doesn’t feel like a hospital like other facility’s. I like that it has private seating areas scattered throughout the facility. You can always find a private area to visit your love one. They took really good care of mom. They helped mom get dressed and helped with her meals. They have a nice tv common area for visiting. They encourage residents to get up in the mornings and move about the facility. Some facility’s just let the residents sit in wheelchairs all day. That’s not the case here. This facility is the best value in the area. Unfortunately mom had a stroke and passed away. I will continue to stop in and visit . The residents there are very sweet. Thanks Mt Carmel for taking good care of our mom.
Staff is very caring towards the residents and treats everyone with respect and dignity. Atmosphere is upbeat and you see a lot of smiles and happy faces. Nurse Bobbie is outstanding! She is extremely diligent and communicates with the resident’s primary physician when it is appropriate. I highly recommend Mount Carmel!
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