Midwest Senior Ministries Inc
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622 Emerson Road No 310 St Louis MO 63141 USA
The mission of midwest senior ministries is to create an exciting lifestyle and to provide high quality care for seniors on a continuum of care campus. Providing care in a christian environment provides a unique opportunity to meet the needs of seniors physically, mentally, and spiritually. Our commitment to excellence is motivated by our christian belief that all are precious in the sight of god.
Midwest christian ministries provides quality care to seniors in a christian environment. The operations include skilled nursing care, assisted living, senior apartments, and independent living apartments. 26,482 patient days of skilled nursing service were provided in fiscal 2015 and 5,082 patient days of assisted living services were provided in fiscal 2015. Service was provided to 54 residents living in the independent living units where residents live independently, are provided meals, and have access to other services in a christian environment with other seniors. Pharmacy operations are to provide pharmaceuticals, consulting, and supplies to residents of its own nursing campuses and affiliates.
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