Welcome to Iowa Masonic Health Facilities & Masonic Village.

 

The Iowa Masonic Health Facilities campus is located on the spacious grounds of the historic William Bettendorf Mansion property. This is a scenic 22 acre site that overlooks the beautiful Mississippi River. Residents at Iowa Masonic Health Facilities enjoy personal, compassionate care by courteous, supportive and professional staff in an exceptionally clean environment.  Iowa Masonic Health Facilities is well known for providing quality, individualized care.  The campus is comprised of the Health Center, including the Ann Ruge Special Care Unit, and the Masonic Village Independent Living Community. 

     

Iowa Masonic Health Center

We are a Medicare/Medicaid Certified Facility offering quality skilled and intermediate nursing care, short term and long term care, respite and hospice care, and an exceptional Rehabilitation Program.  As a Five-Star Rated Facility, we are committed to providing compassionate, quality care in a home-like environment. With the exception of one couples' suite, all rooms are private and are Medicare and Medicaid certified.  Private rooms, dedicated professional staff, free wireless internet, daily recreational activities, and comprehensive rehabilitation services (physical, occupational and speech therapy) are just a few of the outstanding benefits you'll enjoy during your stay with us.

 

Ann Ruge Special Care Unit

The 18-bed Ann Ruge Special Care Unit is a secure unit for residents with Alzheimer's Disease, dementia, or other related disorders.  The Ann Ruge Special Care Unit staff is trained to recognize and respond to each resident's special needs.  All rooms on this unit are private, offering residents and their families the privacy of a home-like setting.

Masonic Village

Masonic Village Independent Living Community offers beautiful, spacious condominium-style living for independent seniors who have attained the age of 60 or better.  Lovely 1 or 2 bedroom villas are available, featuring deluxe, quality brick construction and offering up to 1200 square feet of living space, attached garages, patios/decks, and small yards.  An affordable monthly rental fee covers everything including maintenance, lawn care and snow removal, utilities, an emergency 24 hour medical response system, free wireless internet, social activities, and much more!  Annual leases with the provision that should your healthcare needs ever change, you may end your lease early without any penalty as well as receive priority admission to Iowa Masonic Health Facilities.    No long term leases or buy-in fees.  No entrance fees.  No Masonic Affiliation needed.

 

For additional information or to arrange a tour, please contact us at:

Iowa Masonic Health Facilities

2500 Grant Street

Bettendorf, Iowa 52722-0002

Phone:  563-359-9171

Fax:  563-359-6900

Email:  iowamasonic@iowamasonichealth.org  

Iowa Masonic Health Facilities is a Five-Star Rated Facility. 

What are the Five-Star Quality Ratings?

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) have implemented a one to five star rating system for nursing homes to help consumers evaluate a nursing home's quality when selecting a facility. The ratings appear on the agency's Nursing Home Compare Web site.

This rating system is based on continued efforts as a result of the Omnibus Reconciliation Act of 1987 (OBRA '87), a nursing home reform law, and more recent quality improvement campaigns such as the Advancing Excellence in America's Nursing Homes, a coalition of consumers, health care providers, and nursing home professionals.

Nursing Home ratings come from extensive health service, nutrition, safety and sanitation, and home-like setting inspections, as well as direct care staffing ratios, and nursing services that are categorized as Quality Measures. Each category is given a "star" rating and the overall rating is the result of calculating the combined individual ratings.

Why is this important?

Nursing homes vary in the quality of care and services they provide to their residents. Reviewing health inspection results, staffing data, and quality measure data are three important ways to measure nursing home quality. This information gives you a "snap shot" of the care individual nursing homes give.

For more information, go to medicare.gov/NursingHomeCompare.  

http://medicare.gov/NursingHomeCompare

(Information provided by medicare.gov)

 
Masonic affiliation is not required.