Senior Living in Oakland, California
Established in 1872, Mercy Retirement & Care Center is a continuing care retirement community (CCRC) situated on a lush campus in Alameda County. We proudly provide assisted living, memory care, skilled nursing and rehabilitation services to meet a robust array of health care needs. Our community is built upon a foundation of faith, dignity and compassion, traits that remain at the forefront of our work to this day through dedication to caring for every aspect of physical, emotional and spiritual wellness.
We understand that choosing senior living in Oakland is a very big decision. That’s why we encourage those in need of care for themselves or their loved ones to think of our Oakland retirement home as a place to enjoy maintenance-free living with long-term health care security — part independent living, part assisted living and part skilled nursing.
Here, residents can form deep bonds with both their neighbors and our experienced staff as they move throughout different care settings. These types of relationships are especially important at this stage of life, as are all relationships. That’s one of the reasons why a CCRC is a smart choice for couples aging together. As one partner’s care needs change, both individuals can still live on the same campus. CCRCs also provide added comfort for adult children and can remove much of the stress associated with caring for an aging parent.
Understanding CCRC Contracts
Residents of Mercy Retirement & Care Center who choose a continuing care contract instead of a traditional residency agreement receive additional benefits. CCRC residents are eligible for priority access to the Mercy Care Center.
- Life Care or Extended contracts offer unlimited assisted living, medical treatment and skilled nursing care.
- Modified contracts provide services for a specific length of time.
- Fee-for-Service contracts have an initial enrollment fee with assisted living and skilled nursing services paid for at market rates.
Amenities at Mercy Retirement & Care Center
We strive to provide a homelike environment for our residents, offering opportunities to make daily choices about meals, activities and access to all our community has to offer, including:
- Panoramic views of the Oakland Hills and San Francisco Bay
- Secure courtyards and patios to enjoy beautiful outdoor spaces
- A variety of activities and exercise classes to stay engaged and active
- Trips to local museums, restaurants and sporting events
- Weekly laundry and housekeeping services
- Nutritious, delicious dining and meals
- Volunteer opportunities for seniors helping seniors
- Access to our wellness program and rehabilitation services
Our Oakland retirement homes are designed with independence in mind. Each floor plan option aims to meet the unique needs of every resident while allowing them abundant space to enjoy a maintenance-free lifestyle. Explore our private, deluxe and dual studio apartments, and find the right fit below.
Mercy Retirement & Care Center Pricing
Standard monthly rates include a full array of services, including dining, scheduled transportation, life enrichment, social programs, weekly housekeeping and laundry, as well as spiritual support.
Assisted Living Standard Monthly Rates
Studio Apartments starting at $4,125
Deluxe Apartments $4,650
Dual Studio Apartments $5,055
Couples and Second Person Service Fee is $1,295
Assisted Living levels of care fees range from $675 to $3,675
Oasis Memory Care Standard Monthly Rates
Private Studio $7,130
Deluxe Studio $7,525
Memory Care level of care fees range from $1,230 to $2,150.
These rates are intended as an overview of services provided and does not detail all rates, fees and services. The Residency and Service Agreement provides more details regarding rates and services.
There is a one-time Assessment Fee of $6,000. Rates are subject to change. Other fees may apply.
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RCFE Lic #015600255
SNF Lic # CA020000237
CCRC Lic # 245
Directions to Mercy Retirement & Care Center
Mercy Retirement & Care Center
3431 Foothill Blvd
Oakland, CA 94601
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