Gallatin County, Montana
Gallatin Rest Home
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Address:
1221 West Durston Road 
Bozeman ,MT 59715 
Phone:
(406) 582-3300
 
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Bozeman’s best 4-Star Quality Rated Facility
as rated by The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services

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Gallatin Rest Home has built its reputation on quality of care. We are a 94-bed certified Medicare/Medicaid facility licensed by the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services. Gallatin Rest Home is governed by the Gallatin County Commission and offers a tobacco-free environment. We are located with convenient access from North 7th Avenue and North 19th Avenue.
Philosophy:
~ To improve quality of life by promoting each resident's self respect, reliance, identity, determination and dignity.
~ To prohibit discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, age, handicap, national origin and diagnosis.
~ To ensure equality in all aspects of care.
Licensed nursing homes are unique in the services they provide and the qualifications of their staff. ONLY a licensed nursing home is required to provide all of the following:
> Licensed nurses 24 hours a day
> Nurse aides who have completed state-approved training and a state competency test
> A call system connected to a nurse's station in every resident bed and bathroom
> A physician medical director
> A licensed pharmacist to review each resident's drug regimen monthly
> Specialized rehabilitative therapies (physical, speech-language, occupational) provided by qualified professionals
> Professionally supervised activities programs designed to meet the interests and well-being of each resident
> Social services to help each resident reach or maintain the highest level of physical, mental and spiritual well-being provided by or under the direction of a qualified social worker
> A comprehensive assessment and plan of care to make sure each resident receives exactly the services he or she needs
> A dietician and a director of food services to make certain each resident gets nourishing, well-balanced meals and snacks to meet dietary needs
> A formal quality assessment and assurance program that continuously monitors the quality of services provided
> A formal infection-control program to provide a safe, sanitary environment
> A safe, comfortable building that meets stringent fire and life-safety codes
> An emergency electrical power system