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Skilled Nursing / Rehab

Skilled Nursing/Rehabilitation rooms are fully furnished with an adjustable hospital bed, bedside table and nightstand, lift chair or lift couch, visitors chairs, and an armoire for storage of personal clothing and belongings.  A cable TV and telephone are also provided, as well as toiletries in the event you do not bring your own. Short-term residents are welcome to bring anything from home that might make them more comfortable, such as extra blankets, comfortable clothing, and any toiletries they prefer.  Long-term skilled nursing residents often desire to bring furniture or photos and artwork from home to make their room more personalized, in which case please talk with staff upon move-in and they can help arrange the room to suit your needs.

No, anything deemed as a form of restraint is not allowed in Skilled Nursing/Rehabilitation per state regulations.  Although we can’t prevent every fall, in a situation where a resident is at high risk of recurrent falls there are many methods we utilize to promote safety.  These include placing the resident in a room close to a nurse’s station or lowering the bed to the floor for sleeping, etc.  We would be happy to discuss any of these with you through our contact page here

No, medication distribution in Skilled Nursing/Rehabilitation is managed by our nursing staff per state regulations.

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