Maranatha Village

(866) 653-9337

233 E Norton Rd, SPRINGFIELD, MO


  • Nursing Home
  • Assisted Living
  • Senior Community
  • Alzheimer's Care
  • Continued Care Community

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  • Medicare Yes
  • Medicaid Yes
  • Veteran's Benefits No
  • Long Term Care Insurance No
  • Subsidy Available No
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08/26/2016  -  An Interested Visitor Writes:

While they have great qualities, their pet policy is backwards and misinformed. Sad. YOU CAN HAVE ONE DOG, WHEN YOU MOVE IN TO THEIR VILLAGE BUT ONCE IT PASSES AWAY, YOU CAN'T HAVE ANOTHER. STUPID RULE!!
With all the money they take in, they could easily hire someone to hire someone to clean up and care for a dog(s) if someone couldn't CONSIDERING ALL THE KNOWN AND PROVEN BENEFITS of dog ownership. VERY SELFISH AND NOT VERY INTELLIGENT OF THEM. ELDER MENTAL ABUSE. THEY COULD EVEN HAVE A DOG HOUSING SECTION. WebMD
Dogs for the Aged
"Studies have shown that Alzheimer's patients have fewer anxious outbursts if there is an animal in the home," says Lynette Hart, PhD, associate professor at the University of California at Davis School of Veterinary Medicine.

"Their caregivers also feel less burdened when there is a pet, particularly if it is a cat, which generally requires less care than a dog," says Hart.

Walking a dog or just caring for a pet -- for elderly people who are able -- can provide exercise and companionship. One insurance company, Midland Life Insurance Company of Columbus, Ohio, asks clients over age 75 if they have a pet as part of their medical screening -- which often helps tip the scales in their favor.

Good for Mind and Soul
Pet owners with AIDS are far less likely to suffer from depression than those without pets. "The benefit is especially pronounced when people are strongly attached to their pets," says researcher Judith Siegel, PhD.

In one study, stockbrokers with high blood pressure who adopted a cat or dog had lower blood pressure readings in stressful situations than did people without pets.

People in stress mode get into a "state of dis-ease," in which harmful chemicals like cortisol and norepinephrine can negatively affect the immune system, says Blair Justice, PhD, a psychology professor at the University of Texas School of Public Health and author of Who Gets Sick: How Beliefs, Moods, and Thoughts Affect Your Health.

Studies show a link between these chemicals and plaque buildup in arteries, the red flag for heart disease, says Justice.

Like any enjoyable activity, playing with a dog can elevate levels of serotonin and dopamine -- nerve transmitters that are known to have pleasurable and calming properties, he tells WebMD.

"People take drugs like heroin and cocaine to raise serotonin and dopamine, but the healthy way to do it is to pet your dog, or hug your spouse, watch sunsets, or get around something beautiful in nature," says Justice, who recently hiked the Colorado Rockies with his wife and two dogs.

10/23/2014  -  An OurParents User Writes:

  • Activities
  • Amenities
  • Care
  • Cleanliness

    07/12/2014  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    A patient who is contracted, bedfast, nonverbal, and unable to communicate has suffered a broken bone. Nobody seems to know anything about it. Could only have happened by falling out of bed (she doesn't move), being dropped or handled improperly. The day staff seems adequate. However, I notice they don't put the bedrails up. I have not been there during any other shifts but suspect understaffing and perhaps inadequate training during evening and night shifts, as this is the case with most nursing homes. I have no idea which shift this occurred on. That poor elderly child of god has suffered needlessly. I am very angry and will report this incident to the state.

    Response: It is unfortunate that someone would write a review like this when they know absolutely nothing about the situation or incident they are speaking of and apparently knows nothing about elderly peoples bones or the staffing in a long term care facility. Furthermore if this person knew what they were speaking of they would know that putting a side rail up on a elderly person it is considered a restraint and could cause more injuries if the individual were to climb over it, could add on average of 6-10 inches perhaps more to their fall. so please before you publish information that you know not to be 100% correct please get your facts straight. Long term care gets a bad image anyways, but the people in long term care take care of the elderly day in and day out, they become family when their own family will not even visit.

    Response: A dedicated Maranatha Shopping Day church member who's mother is an AG minister very involved with Maranatha, spoke Wednesday night at our women's meeting. (05 November 2014). Her passion for the community of Maranatha sparked a desire for me to become personally involved for next year's "Shopping", as she will be returning there again.
    However in my research of your community, I read some of the concerns of family, friends, and visitors over the last couple years. Your responses to those concerns did not address the problems they expressed. Your response instead chastised and criticized: "It is unfortunate that someone would write a review like this when they know absolutely nothing about the .....and apparently knows nothing about elderly peoples bones or the staffing in a long term care facility. Furthermore....get your facts straight...." and so forth and so on.
    Well, responder. I was a Director of Nurses for a Long Term Care facility and I was totally shocked at those words. Responder, you were attacking someone who had cares, concerns, and issues with what they DID see and perceive. Had ANYONE in my staff EVER spoken to anyone with a complaint the way you answered that, that person would have had his/her belongings deposited on the front porch with an immediate dismissal.
    You missed an excellent empathetic teaching experience where that concerned person could perhaps learn a bit more about how things are considered--for example the side rails being up might be considered a restraint/a safety issue for the resident to climb over and be a fall risk.
    Instead you are extremely defensive as if this had been a personal attack on your body. I hope the Administrator and/or Director of Nursing Services has addressed this issue with you. It is IMPERATIVE to have ears to listen, mirror back your understanding what their concerns are, make sure you are truly involved to investigate and teach and make an appointment later for a follow-up.
    No wonder the Nursing Services rating was only 2 of 5 stars. With attitudes like that, where is Jesus' compassion in your attack?
    I am so hurting for your establishment and surely hope at this writing, things have been greatly improved in public relations, staffing, nursing cares.
    This in no way will interfere with my desire to be a part of the "Shopping Day". And I will add your compound to my prayers. I hope you collectively will benefit from experience and learn to accept whatever criticism with a positive return.
    Most sincerely,
    Debbi Coughlan

    08/18/2013  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    The staff are caring. The place if clean and the quality of care is awesome. the overall rating is great

    11/21/2012  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    Maranatha Village is a large, not for profit, nursing home with 240 beds based in Springfield, MO. At last check, the facility had 99 residents indicating that it is 41% occupied which is less than average within the state of Missouri. The provider accepts both medicare and medicaid programs, and provides resident and family counseling services.
    This nursing home and assisted living facility, is located in a continuing care retirement community (CCRC). As of November 2012, the medicare rating for Maranatha Village, was 4 stars, which is a better rating than 86% of nursing homes in Missouri.
    We have compared the detailed Medicare data for Maranatha Village with other senior care providers in Missouri. When compare to the state averages for staffing, the number of registered nurse (RN) hours per resident per day is about average; Certified nursing assistant (CNA) hours per resident per day is about average; The number of licensed practical (LPN) or vocational nurse hours per resident per day is about average. The most recent health inspection was on 05/18/2012.
    To view the full report for this facility, and to understand more about its Medicare rating, go to here

    01/04/2012  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    "The Agency" is the term used to describe where most of the care comes from, that is, unskilled, untrained, disinterested care providers receiving minimum wage who will take such a job for only so long. These workers injure patients, nurses fail to give medicine anywhere near when it is scheduled, and the administration does everything to avoid responsibility. Moreover, this is not a Christian facility: aids from "the Agency" could be anyone at all and are seldom, if ever, Christians. Understaffed aids get patients up at 4:30 am, waiting hours before breakfast is served. The understaffed cafeteria serves cold food after patients wait up to an hour to be served. Many men are hired to take care of women patients. If this website had a category below 1 star, perhaps a "dangerous, beware" category, I would use it for everything except "cleanliness."

    Response: I couldn't agree with you more. My mother was a recent resident of Maranatha and we experienced the same level of care. My complaints to the administrator and director of nursing fell on deaf ears. No improvements were ever made. I moved my mother to another facility and I am glad I did.

    Response: You both seriously have no idea what long term care is like and what requirements are. What you print is unsubstantiated information and your opinions.

    Response: You are guilty as you charge. Name calling and disparaging, presenting yoursekf as the voice of authority. Your opinion has no value whatsoever.

    08/16/2011  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    Maranatha Village for the most part is a wonderful retirement community with a much below average nursing facility. The food service is awful with residents waiting for over an hour to receive food that is cold and unappealing. The administration is never present after 4 pm or on the weekends, leaving workers with no sense of direction. Rehab is only provided in the mornings because staff is unavailable in the afternoons; therefore, those needing rehab are exhausted from trying complete the entire rehab in the morning sessions. I am very unhappy that the Assemblies of God would allow such low level of care to continue.

    02/28/2011  -  An OurParents User Writes:

    Maranatha Village is a lovely retirement community in many ways, but the Lodge, its Alzheimer's and other 24 hour care unit, is terrible. Staff are overworked and undersized, which inevitably leads to a variety of problems, such as: medication not given on time, waiting over an hour for food in the cafeteria, failing to submit paperwork to Medicare for months (costing the family hundreds of dollars as well), unfriendliness, and so forth. There are two or three notable exceptions to this. Part-time staff turn-over is constant, and some short-term staff are inept and unkind. There are open displays of being overwhelmed and of hostility on the part of certain staff members. Despite heroic efforts of a few staff members, overall the Lodge at Maranatha is a disgrace to the Assemblies of God, its sponsoring organization. Placing a loved one here is like choosing to live at the city dump.

    Description of Maranatha Village in SPRINGFIELD, MO

    Number of Beds : 240

    Residents appreciate the comfortable atmosphere of Maranatha Village, Inc., with its friendly staff and welcoming common areas. You'll find the following senior care solutions: assisted living. Assisted living offers help as necessary, with the goal of providing the support that helps seniors stay as self-reliant as possible. Living in a senior community has many advantages. Research suggests that seniors who live near their peers and have a variety of social activities feel a greater sense of well-being. Assisted living provides senior-friendly homes and a welcoming staff. Other services you'll find include around-the-clock supervision and security, access to professional nurses, emergency call systems, help with daily living, and nutritious meals prepared by chefs. These communities typically provide linen service, housekeeping, transportation, and a calendar of social events. Maranatha Village, Inc. is a community where you'll experience a comfortable new beginning with a dedicated staff. With a full range of assisted living services, and with a warm, friendly staff, seniors feel right at home. Assisted living offers help as necessary, with the goal of supplying the support required to stay as self-reliant as possible. At Maranatha Village, Inc., find the ideal services and amenities you need to live comfortably.



    Community Services
    • Housekeeping
    • Laundry Service
    • Fire Sprinkler System
    Personal Assistance
    • Activities of Daily Living (bathing, grooming, dressing, eating, etc.)
    • Catheter Management
    • Foot Care
    • Sitting, Standing, Walking
    • Toileting
    • Medication Management
    Special Health Conditions
    • Colostomy or Urostomy

    Demographic Profile for SPRINGFIELD, MO, 65802


    Male Population
    Female Population
    Median Age
    33.9 Years
    Average Household Income

    Cost Of Living
    Compared to the National Average

    19% Below
    Cost of Food
    Equal to
    17% Below
    6% Below

    Provided By EPA; Closer to 100 is better

    Air Quality
    78.6 / 100
    Water Quality
    86 / 100
    Superfund Sites
    63 / 100
    Physicians per 100k

    Annual Crime

    Violent Crimes
    Property Crimes