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Our Facility

Situated just minutes from Keokuk and Fort Madison, we are proud to be locally owned by the same company for nearly 40 years.

Under the guidance of a physician, residents at Montrose Health Center share in the life of the community while receiving healthcare services. Whether requiring only a short stay to recover from an illness or injury, or needing long-term care, residents receive 24-hour nursing supervision. Meals, snacks, housekeeping, laundry, and cable television are included. Our residents enjoy the following:

Services, Accommodations and Amenities:

  • Physical Therapy
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Speech Therapy
  • Home Evaluations
  • 24-hour Skilled Nursing Care
  • Medical Director
  • Medication administration
  • Social Services
  • Skin and wound care
  • Care Plan Coordinator
  • Restorative Nursing
  • Registered dietician consultation
  • Mobile X-ray service
  • Laboratory services
  • Podiatry Service
  • Hospice services
  • Transportation to appointments
  • Religious gatherings
  • Spacious Private and Semi-Private Rooms
  • Call Light system
  • Private dining, living and visiting areas
  • Complimentary housekeeping
  • Larger visiting areas for special family gatherings
  • Complimentary Wifi internet
  • Complimentary flat screen TVs in each room
  • Complimentary cablevision
  • Whirlpool spa with personalized service
  • Complimentary Laundry
  • Outdoor Patio (weather permitting)
  • Complimentary cordless phone
  • In-house Beauty/Barber Shop
  • Complimentary snacks
  • Activities program, events & outings
  • Single story building
  • Pets welcome for visits (on a leash or in a pet carrier)
  • Facility dog

Medications
Medications are delivered daily by JRx Pharmacy in Ft. Madison, IA. Resident medications and pharmacy services are billed separately, directly from the pharmacy.

Visiting
Family, friends and visitors are always welcome to join in the fun and visit at anytime. However, visitors may be asked to step out of the room when staff need to provide cares to a resident. Visitors who interfere with resident care or comfort may be asked to leave the building and be placed on restricted visits.

Telephones
A cordless, portable phone, located at the nurse’s station, is available for resident use. Anyone desiring a land-line telephone in their room is welcome to arrange this service directly with the telephone company.

Our Resident Council meets once a month to discuss new ideas for activities and other issues that affect their daily lives. All residents are encouraged to participate.