Frequently Asked Questions
Yes. In case of a waiting list for admission, priority is given to residents of Charlevoix County.
Grandvue owns and operates a bus and a transport van. Certified Nurse Aides are available to schedule and transport Elders to medical appointments.
A variety of activities are available for Elders every day. Elders may attend community festivals, shop at local farmers’ markets, and dine out at area restaurants. Local bands and entertainers frequently visit and share their talents. Grandvue is committed to person centered care, allowing the preferences of elders to guide activities and programs.
No. Following the Public Health Guidelines, Elders must get all medications from the contracted pharmacy.
Yes. As long as furnishings fit within the dimension of the room and do not hamper movement or care efforts, Elders are welcome to decorate their new homes according to personal taste.
Small pets are welcome to visit the facility with friends and family members. Please contact the Activity Department at (231) 536-2286 to learn requirements before bringing a pet to visit for the first time.
Medicare, Medicaid and private insurances are welcome.
An individual’s care needs must meet the skilled nursing care criteria in order for Medicare and/or secondary insurance to pay.