Spruce Point Assisted Living
375 9Th St., Florence, OR 97439
Based on 19 reviews
Services and Housing OptionsAssisted Living, Memory Care, Hospice, Skilled Nursing, Rehabilitation
Spruce Point Assisted Living Description
Spruce Point Assisted Living is located 1.1 miles from Florence, a very small town with a population of 8,649. The community is in a lower-middle class neighborhood where the average income is $44,608, 66% of the country has a higher median income.
This community provides Assisted Living, Memory Care, Hospice Care, Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation and has Studio apartments available. Studio apartments start at an estimated $3,807 a month, while the average cost of Assisted Living is $3,807 in Florence, $3,897 in OR, and $3,545 in the United States. These prices are estimated. Spruce Point Assisted Living is a member of a larger group of communities called Spruce Point. Spruce Point Assisted Living is ranked 2 out of 3 communities in Florence and is ranked 107 out of 342 communities in OR.
skilled nursing care
hospice and palliative care
individualized care plan
daily life enrichment activities
daily enrichment activities
life journey’s program
housekeeping and laundry services
Healthcare Near Spruce Point Assisted Living
Spruce Point Assisted Living is close to a wide range of health providers including hospitals and pharmacies. The closest hospital is PeaceHealth Peace Harbor Medical Center which is 0.1 miles away, and Lower Umpqua Hospital. Pharmacies close by are Florence Pharmacy which is 1.4 miles away, Rite Aid, and Bi-Mart.
Spruce Point Assisted Living is also close to a range of restaurants and parks. Looking to go out to eat or order takeout? Order seafood at Mo's Restaurant or pizza at Pizza Hut. Looking for a park to relax at? Enjoy the outdoors at Exploding Whale Memorial Park, Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area, or South Beach County Park.
Weather in the area consists of an average of 154 days of rain, 1 days of snow and 209 days of sun and the total precipitation is around 1.7 inches a year. The region reaches a high of 65°F in the summer and 45°F in the winter, with an average temp of 54.5°F throughout the year. The average humidity is 80.7%, with max winds averaging around 10.8 mph.
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I really enjoy working at Spruce Point. Our current management company and administrative team are hard working and committed to treating our residents with respect and providing the very best care. I want our residents to feel right at home here, and I love getting to know them and their stories!
I’m so excited for this building! They have new management and a new administrator, Billie Jo Wingfield. She’s incredibly dedicated to creating a stable and supportive work environment, one that her employees can grow professionally and focus on providing excellent patient care. If you’re looking for a new facility for you or a loved one I definitely recommend checking out Spruce Point!
Spruce Point has an amazing staff filled with compassion and dedication to the residents. The residents really enjoy being spoiled by the staff. Recently Spruce Point finished the final touches on a bistro, filled with snacks and light lunch items, a keurig machine and a large screen tv for those great sports game nights.
Spruce Point cared for my mom for 2 years on the memory care side and cares for dad for 9 years on the assisted living side. I am amazed at the loving enviroment and the care they receive. The entire staff really cares for them. They both lived in Mapleton most of their life and Spruce Point has been a great fit for them. Mom passed away in 2012 and you can imagine how lonely dad was. He has adjusted very well and at the young age of 90, he is a very happy camper. I know every organization goes through some leadership changes, but I have to say, Spruce Point never misses a beat and is always there for dad. I highly recommend Spruce Point for the care of your loved ones.
Spruce Point is full of wonderful, caring, compassionate people. The staff are hard working team members, and the residents are happy to be there. Everyone works hard to be sure residents and their families feel welcome, safe, and comfortable. Amazing facility, even better staff!
I had read some of the negative reviews online & couldn't disagree more with what I read. Spruce Point is a cheerful charming facility. The residents seem very happy and the new management is phenomenal! With the Covid pandemic ongoing they are very careful to make sure the residents are safe & all federal protocols are followed.The staff is also very friendly and I understand that the new chief is outstanding.
Avoid this place by all means.Very poor management and practices are being used here. The management team is incompetent and rude. the facility is not top notch by any means in fact it's rather 2nd class. Warning .. Do not Work for this organization... Youl regret even applying..They treat there staff as if they should be privileged to be there, when the only reason it stands is because of the hard work of a very few compassionate individuals, and I mean a few...Good Luck and shop some where else if your looking for care for your loved ones...
"""WARNING"""Janet the manager and management associates are absolutely the worst I've ever seen or worked withI was Called multiple times threatening to have my parents kicked out with a 24 hour notice, mostly because of cost of care and they where ONLY THERE 2 WEEKSAND THEY AT 22 days HOSPITAL DUMPED MY WHEEL CHAIR BOUND MOTHERmom had a blood clot needed attention at hospital and Janet told hospital they were not letting Mom back and be with my DadMAKES ME SICK4 EMPLOYEES LEFT DUE TO THIS ISSUE AND 2 Are FULL TIME EMPLOYEES AT OUR HOME NOW CARING FOR MOM N DADTHE FOOD IS HORRIBLETHIS IS A SHAME AND IT ALL ABOUT MONEY AND GREEDTHEY RUN AT A 30% profit margin and have massive numbers of lobbyists working on protecting the rites of facilities to do this horrible illegal actsShame on them !
Worked for them for 2 years. Treated the residents like kings and queens spoiled rotten. BJ Rollins was the best General Manager and enjoyed working under her. Will never get another boss like her. My supervisors were good to me. I had Brenda Panchow at the time and she never road my butt the whole time or acted like a pre madona always easy going and friendly. Got a raise while working there and a going away party for me when I left. Very caring people. I would still work for them but had to move to be with family.
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