Intravenous (Infusion) Therapy – may be necessary for hydration, pain management, and maintenance of intravenous lines.
Wound Care – may benefit patients who have wounds as a result of surgery, unrelieved pressure, disease processes or trauma.
Respiratory Services – for those who require oxygen management, nebulizer treatments, and or tracheotomy care.
Gastric Tube Management– the best rate and type of feeding is determined for each individual patient.
Post-Surgical Services– our therapy department is always looking for more ways to reduce the recovery time after a major surgery.
Skilled Observation, Assessment, and Care– our residents’ needs are a priority, therefore we make sure that each resident has their own individualized plan.
When transitioning from hospital to home, many individuals benefit from a short stay in a skilled nursing facility. An interdisciplinary care team of health care experts including physicians, nurses, physical and occupational therapists, speech-language pathologists, dieticians, recreational therapists and licensed social workers, develop a plan of care that addresses ways to meet goals as quickly as possible and expedite the return home.
Respite Care – When a caregiver needs a temporary break, we offer relief by providing room, board, medication management and supervision to those who are in their care. These stays may be as short as 3 days or as long as a month. Subject to bed availability.
Hospice Care – Designed for those who require care and comfort without using heroic lifesaving measures. We contract with several organizations who provide palliative services and counseling for the resident and family.
Long-term Care – When in-home care or assisted living is no longer enough, 24-hour care may be necessary for those with chronic needs. Our staff is available to provide general nursing care and assistance with daily living activities while maintaining dignity of life.
- Psychiatrist & Psychologist