Helpful Information

Good Samaritan Home of Quincy provides educational resources for our residents and families or those considering senior living options in Quincy, IL.

Differences in Levels of Care

Good Samaritan Home of Quincy is a Life Plan Community. This means that we provide independent living, assisted living, nursing care, and more, all on the same campus. Independent Living Independent Living is for individuals or couples who are totally independent, but no longer want to maintain their own home. It is the perfect option…

Multiple Levels of Care

For over 60 years, Good Samaritan Home has been focused on one thing… caring for you and your loved ones. We offer multiple levels of care, more than any retirement community in the area, all on one campus. We have the personalized support you need now, with the security of knowing we’ll be here for you…

What is Lent?

Lent is a 40 day preparation for Easter. It is a time when a Christian may focus their lives on being more faithful to Jesus. Not every Christian denomination observes Lent, but any Christian may observe if they so choose. Lent is a time when a Christian focuses on their relationship with God by sacrificing…

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Additional Resources

Safe Outings

Sally Hodgson, Director of Activities writes… Good Samaritan Home is concerned about your safety. Every precaution is taken to ensure resident safety at the Home and on outings. Behind the scenes, much happens before, during and after outings. Prior to going to a restaurant, we visit and assess the environmental hazards. Not all establishments have…

Flu Season

Rachel Hampsmire, RN BSN writes… Influenza (flu) season is in full swing. Here at Good Samaritan Home, we have seen many with signs and symptoms of the flu. This time of year we see lots of visitors and family, and it’s important to keep in mind that this virus is something you want to minimize…

Medicare Open Enrollment

Aaron Mast, Patient Accounts writes… With the seasons changing and cooler weather, we look forward to many fund and exciting holidays and events. However, you don’t want to overlook Medicare Open Enrollment during this time, as it could affect you for the entire year of 2018. Each year from October 15 to December 7, Medicare…