Security. Convenience. Serenity.
Built in 2000, Emilie Court is a Spokane assisted living facility for seniors who wish to live independently but also to benefit from an on-site nurse as well as prepared meals and laundry services. Residents enjoy many social activities and yet retain the privacy and comfort of their own living quarters. At Emilie Court Assisted Living, our professional staff will take time to listen and to help you make the right choice for you and your family. Contact us to learn more or to schedule a tour.
Named for Emilie Gamelin, the foundress of the Sisters of Providence, Emilie Court Assisted Living is a 60-unit Spokane apartment community of residents with diverse life experiences. We support independent living, with many outstanding amenities and a full array of daily activities. We welcome those of all faiths. As the only Catholic-sponsored assisted living facility in Spokane, we offer daily Mass and other church-related celebrations for our residents.
Nestled on Spokane’s South Hill within the tree-lined streets of Sacred Heart Medical Center’s campus, our beautiful apartment complex is the perfect combination of security, convenience, quality and serenity. We are adjacent to all types of health care services— the hospital, medical buildings and outpatient rehabilitation services—yet we enjoy a secluded setting with beautifully landscaped courtyards, and all the comforts of home. When choosing an assisted living facility for yourself or a loved one, you want to know if it can meet your personal needs, and feel that the staff will treat you with respect, honor your choices and provide assistance in a thoughtful caring manner.
Advance directives are documents that allow you to specify the kind of medical care you wish to receive at the end of your life. The first type of advance directive is called a Health Care Directive (commonly known as a living will). The second type is called a Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care. Both are contained in a downloadable document below.
Your wishes do not necessarily need to be documented in an advance directive form. They may be documented by your physician in the medical record.
Medication lists help reduce medication errors and prevent harmful drug interactions.
Download this form, and list ALL medications you are currently taking (include prescription drugs, over-the-counter medications, vitamins, minerals, natural remedies, dietary supplements and herbals). Keep it with you always and share it with your health care providers at every visit.
- Medicare: No
- Medicaid: Yes (Private pay residents may convert to Medicaid. New residents must be private pay for 24 months before converting to Medicaid.)
- Private Insurance: Yes
Rate levels for Emilie Court’s studio apartments vary, based on the amount of assistance needed, and are determined by an assessment process. Rent is month-to-month; there are no “ala cart” costs.
- Level 1: $3,460
- Level 2: $4,270
- Level 3: $4,930
- Application fee: $300
- Community fee: $700
- Key deposit: $15 (3 @ $5 each, refundable)
We are looking for individuals who enjoy working with seniors and wish to be a part of their day. Emilie Court residents can take part in many activities that can be even more fulfilling with your help.
- Attending special events in the Spokane area
- Personal visits with seniors
- Helping write letters, send email or other kinds of correspondence
- Manicures and pedicures
- Visits with your pet
Or maybe you have other talents or interests you could share. We invite you to become a member of our community. Contact the activity coordinator at 509-474-2550.
One of our residents shares her experience at Providence Emilie Court Assisted Living.
I recently made a very difficult decision to give up my home and my two dogs Sugar and Lulu to move into Providence Emilie Court. It was a decision that I put off way too long.
Most people my age have children and grandchildren to count on; however both of my children have met with untimely deaths so I had no one to count on.
Fortunately, God provides! A dear family who lived nearby located the perfect place for me and gently encouraged me for over a year. As my health began to deteriorate, I finally moved.
When I arrived at Providence Emilie Court, I was so frail and had lost so much weight that I had to depend on the nursing staff to help me with all of my personal care.
The staff went out of their way to make sure my needs were met from the first day I moved in. They got me up and dressed me every morning and encouraged me to eat three balanced meals daily in the dining room where I was able to meet new friends. I started getting out of my apartment and enjoying activities regularly, which has helped my social life to grow and become more diverse.
Moving to Providence Emilie Court has been the best decision I ever made. I have put on weight for the first time in years and have gained enough strength to feel more confident and in control of my life.
– V. Gervais