Minnesota Masonic Home is a not-for-profit organization. Why should this be important to me?
Our commitment to providing care comes from a mission of service and a history of respect for the dignity of our elders. We are governed by a board of directors, whose members volunteer their time and talent to assure quality services and management.
Is there a waiting list for admission?
We do have waiting lists for many of our services. The wait time varies by type of care service needed, type of room desired and other factors. For example, in our Transitional Care Unit (short term unit) there is usually availability as the openings change daily.
Once we have completed our assessment during the admission process, we will be able to give you the waiting list information for the area you will need. The length of a waiting list should not discourage an individual from seeking admission. Although being on a list does not guarantee placement, it does give the individual and MMH an indication of sincere interest when an opening occurs. Contact us! A quick phone call placed to the Admissions Department can get you or your loved one onto our care center waiting list or pre-registered with our Transitional Care Unit.
Admissions, Transitional Care Unit call 952.948.7779
Skilled Nursing (Long-Term or Memory Care) call 952.948.7772
Independent & Assisted Living, call us at 952.948.7915
I’m having surgery and my surgeon says I’ll need rehab before I go home. Can I reserve a room in advance?
Our Transitional Care Unit beds are filled on a first-come, first-served basis only; however, you may pre-register before your surgery. Simply call our Admissions Department, answer a few simple questions about your surgery & we’ll do our best to ensure we have a room available for you when you need it.
What is the difference between independent living, assisted living and nursing care?
Our admissions staff is available to answer your questions throughout the admission process and will be able to assist you with determining just the right program for your needs.
Our Independent Living community, Masonic Square, offers rental townhomes on campus without additional services provided. It is just like living in your own home, but with access to our beautiful campus and facilities.
Assisted Living generally is a setting for the person who needs some support. Assisted living at Minnesota Masonic Home includes apartments with kitchenettes. Services are provided ala carte or in packages designed to meet your needs.
Skilled Nursing Care (long-term care) is for someone who needs 24-hour care. Usually there is a medical need which requires ongoing supervision.
How much does it cost to live at Masonic Home?
Fees for our services are based on the level of care or services required by each resident. It is best to contact us directly so that we can discuss your specific needs and expectations.
What are the visiting hours?
Minnesota Masonic Home does not have set visiting hours, but we do ask that you respect the schedules (and preferences) of our residents & patients. Please observe quiet hours between 10 p.m. & 9 a.m.
Do you need to be a Mason or a member of the Order of the Eastern Star to gain admission to the Masonic Homes?
Absolutely not. Minnesota Masonic Home is open to all.