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Frequently Asked Questions

Who is the not-for-profit leader behind Marquardt Village?
Marquardt Village was founded by the Moravian Church Western District in 1965. Today our community continues as a not-for-profit ministry of the church, staying true to its mission of providing quality services and compassionate care in a warm, friendly atmosphere. Marquardt Village welcomes people of all faiths.

What does it mean that Marquardt Village is a not-for-profit and faith-based community?
As a not-for-profit organization, Marquardt Village reinvests revenue after expenses into the community and its services, while for-profit communities use revenue to pay dividends to investors. This difference, along with our faith-based ministry, are at the heart of Marquardt Village's mission: "grounded in faith, we promote the health and well-being of each individual we serve." Additionally, our not-for-profit status means that Marquardt Village must meet stringent financial guidelines and government regulations.

What independent living choices do active adults have?
Marquardt Village offers a wide variety of one- and two-bedroom floor plans. From our convenient apartment homes to our spacious single-level garden homes (duplexes), each residence includes a package of services and amenities which provide the support and freedom to enjoy a vibrant lifestyle.

What are the benefits of living in a full-service community?
Marquardt Village offers a lifestyle full of possibilities. Independent living apartments and garden homes include a package of services and amenities that provide the freedom to enjoy an active lifestyle. Residents also have access to a full continuum of on-campus health care services - assisted living, memory care, skilled nursing and short-term rehabilitation - providing peace of mind about the future for residents and their families. When health service residences are available, individuals may also enter the community for any of the services.

How will my health care needs be met - now and in the future?
At Marquardt Village, we encourage a healthy lifestyle so you can enjoy life to the fullest. That includes access to wellness programs, rehabilitation services, home health care and supportive home care (housekeeping, laundry, shopping). In addition, we'll facilitate the transition to assisted living, skilled nursing, memory care or hospice, should the need arise.

Which residency option would make the most sense for me?
Marquardt Village has something for everyone - no matter what your personal preferences, lifestyle, needs or financial situation. Here you'll find a residential option, package of services, and care level that will be tailored to your individual need and preference.

What services and amenities does the monthly fee include?
The monthly fee covers interior and exterior home maintenance, wellness programs, a campus activity center, grocery store and beauty salon/barber - just to name a few. These services and amenities free up your time so you can live each day the way you please. Marquardt Village is also adding a new community center for residents and their guests. This "Towne Centre" will add dining options, a wellness/fitness center, the relocated chapel, and gathering spaces for activities, programs, events and more. Towne Centre is expected to open in 2016.

What is Medicare
Medicare is the federal government's health insurance program for people age 65-plus (and for some people with disabilities). Original Medicare has two parts:

Is everyone eligible for original Medicare?
Eligibility varies. People age 65 and better are eligible for Part A if (1) they are getting (or are entitled to) Social Security or Railroad Retirement benefits, or (2) they have been a government employee for the required number of years. If you don't qualify for Part A, you may still be able to enroll in Part B. Nearly everyone age 65-plus is eligible for Part B.

What does Medicare Part A (hospital insurance) cover?
Medicare Part A helps pay for:

After discharge from a Medicare-covered stay - either hospital or skilled nursing - patients may be reinstated within 30 days for skilled inpatient services that are covered by Medicare.