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Resident-centered care starts with the application process

Our Admissions Team at Mercy Living Center will meet with you or your caregiver prior to or during the admissions process to gather important information. It is important that we gather the proper documentation from you to develop a care plan that is best for the resident.

Please provide the following prior to or during the admissions process:

  • Medicare card
  • Medicaid card
  • Managed care or insurance card
  • Social Security card
  • Medicare Part D (drug benefit) card
  • Advance directives, living will, etc. (if applicable)
  • Clinical and/or financial Power of Attorney documents
  • Long-term care/supplemental insurance policies
  • Name of person to be contacted with change in condition/financial status

Our admissions personnel will review all state and federally required documents and provide you with a copy. They will also explain programs and services provided in our nursing and rehabilitation center and answer any questions.

You may also meet with a member of our business office to review any financial matters and ask questions. We will need to know where you have resided for the calendar year.

Download the Pre-Admission and Application Information

Download the Living Center Resident Agreement

We will work with you to provide the quality of life you expect and deserve.

The best way to discover the Living Centers is to take a personal tour.

Our knowledgeable staff is happy to guide you through our homey facility and introduce you to our experienced staff. You can rely on us to help guide you through this deeply personal process, and we will gladly assist you with any questions or arrangements. 

To arrange a personal tour or meet with the Director of Social Services/Admissions Coordinator, please contact:

Mercy Living Center
Cindy Jennett, MSW

Thank you for considering Mercy Living Center.