7504 Westport Rd Louisville, KY 40222

Care Provided: Independent Living, Personal Care, Nursing Care, Memory Care

Episcopal Church Home Louisville KY

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Episcopal Church Home is a personal care licensed community that provides assisted living, memory care as well as long term nursing care. Residents receive medication administration and assistance with bathing, dressing, incontinence care and consistent assistance during the night.

Residents in this community live comfortably in spacious with large closets, accessible bathrooms, mini-blinds, individually controlled air conditioning/heating, smoke alarms and sprinklers. Also included are telephone outlets, basic cable TV service, an emergency nurse call system and a large picture window with a view of lovely gardens or grounds.

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Amenities at The Episcopal Church Home

  • 24-Hour nursing care (the highest ratio of direct care personnel-to-residents in KY)*
  • Registered dietician, special diets & three meals daily
  • Rehabilitation therapies—physical, occupational & speech
  • Ancillary health services—podiatrist, dentist & ophthalmologist
  • Transportation secured for medical appointments
  • Beauty & barber services
  • Planned activities & outings
  • Episcopal Chaplain—chapel services, counseling & Bible studies
  • Weekly housekeeping (daily in Nursing Center)
  • Bed/bath linens
  • Full-time maintenance staff—building, equipment, lawn & grounds care
  • Soda fountain
  • Library
  • Business center—copier, fax & computer lab
  • Parlor and private dining—host dining guests, play cards or visit
  • Evening security
  • Spacious courtyards & gardens
Community Staffing
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Payment Options
  • Medicare – No
  • Medicaid – No
  • Veterans Benefits – Yes
  • Long Term Care Insurance – Yes
  • Subsidy – No

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Reviews of The Episcopal Church Home

my mother spent two long months after suffering a stroke. The staff for the most part were wonderful, It is understaffed, waiting for 20-25 minutes many times for a lift to tranfer my mother. Only had one working until we complained. When my mother progressed to a board transfer, most of the staff were not trained on how to do it. Wait time to find staff to move her was unacceptable.Mold in her first room around the windows along with an ant problem. Got her switched to a new room with an old heater that was not working properly... very old.Mice droppings in her closet on her bag. My sister saw one mouse in her room as did other residents on her floor. Mice traps were placed in her room (5).Sewage backup in the hallway-on two different occasions.Hard for me to recommend anyone going here because of the maintenance issues, it is in dire need of updates and new equipment.I would have given a one star rating, but the staff is wonderful.read more
Vicki Shaaban
15:31 28 Dec 18
My mother has been a resident of Episcopal Church Home for almost 3 years and I've been extremely pleased with the care she has received there. She started out in their memory care unit and has since moved to skilled care as her Alzheimer's has progressed. The staff in both areas are attentive, respectful, and caring. The activities staff works very hard to plan activities and engaged residents in activities that suit their abilities. My parents were in several other facilities prior to Episcopal Church Home and this is, by far, the best. Meals are good and I actually enjoy joining my mother for meals in the dining room. The employees are personable and seem to form personal relationships with the residents. Staff turnover send to be pretty low there and the staff seem happy to work there. You don't have to be Episcopalian to live there or even Christian, but it is nice that Mom has the opportunity to go to church services and the pastoral care staff is wonderful. I especially like that this facility offers various levels of care from Independent living condos to assisted living to personal care to skilled care. Residents simply have to move to a different area of the facility if their needs change. It's also convenient if spouses have different care needs but want to be at the same facility. I would highly recommend ECH.read more
Jennifer Pearson
22:39 18 Nov 18
My mother would have died if I left her her in this place. The doctor was killing her slowly with pain meds. Thank god I was able to get her out. Fortunate with good health care I was able to rehabilitate her to good healthread more
Brigitte O'Malley
21:54 06 Feb 18
believe it or not, I attended a networking event here & it was very nice. Staff of the facility were all very nice and the food and drink were good. Would definitely consider this for elderly parents or anyone needing an assisted living facility.read more
Michelle Kay
23:09 08 Nov 16
Was a resident in short term rehab following bilateral knee replacement. Having never been in a position to need help caring for myself, everyone was kind and courteous and very friendly. The therapy staff did a great job to encourage me and keep me motivated through the post surgical pain. I was able to return to full-time work 8 weeks after my surgery. A big part of this success is due to the care I received at The Episcopal Church Home. read more
Deborah Boone
19:57 24 Sep 14
Father was left in his clothes, after not being changed into a hospital gown, soaked in urine overnight, twice since he has been there 2 weeks. They have been constantly late with his 4pm antibiotic IV so he has had to miss dinner in the dining room and my Mom has had to hand feed him in bed. $108,000 a year! We won't be coming back if he ends up needing full time care.read more
Mary Kitchen
18:49 23 Sep 13
Excellent facility with care for its residents
John Allen
13:47 17 Sep 13

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