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Welcome to Lapeer County Medical Care Facility, commonly known as Suncrest. Suncrest is a 202 bed skilled nursing facility serving those residents who need long-term care and extensive rehabilitation. We accept Medicare, Medicaid, Private Pay, and most all other third party payors.

Lapeer County Medical Care Facility features a 32 bed secure Dementia Unit with special programming for the Alzheimer’s residents. Also, on the facility grounds, is a State of Michigan license child care learning center, licensed for 54 children ranging from two months to six years old. This child care center serves not only employee’s children, but it is open to the public.

The Facility leases one of its wings to a private practice physician group, which also includes an X-Ray department. Suncrest offers on site podiatry, dental, vision, and audiology services all accepting Medicare and Medicaid payments.

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History

The Lapeer County Medical Care Facility was built to accommodate the changing needs of medical care for Lapeer County residents. It was originally known as “The County Poor Farm”, but it also has been known as “The Infirmary”, “The Lapeer County Extended Care Facility” and “Suncrest”. In the late 1800′s, those who were weak and …

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The Foundation in Support of the Lapeer County Medical Care Facility Giving to the Lapeer County Medical Care Facility The people of our community have played a major role in helping to bring Lapeer County Medical Care Facility from a 126-bed facility in 1971 to a 202-bed facility in 2001. The future of our Facility …

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Admissions

Seeking placement into a long-term care facility is often a difficult decision. Many times a family wants to be prepared for future needs. Placement can be temporary as a resident builds up physical strength for independent living or at times seeking long term placement. Regardless of you or the residents needs, we at Lapeer County …

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