Our skilled nursing programs benefit patients whose medical conditions are stable but may not have reached their full recovery potential.

Common diagnosis treated:

  • CVA/Stroke
  • Post-surgical care
  • Congestive heart failure (CHF)
  • COPD
  • Dysphasia/Aspiration
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Parkinson's disease
  • Pneumonia
  • Orthopedic

Skilled Nursing Services Include:

  • Respiratory services for those patients with conditions who may require airway management, oxygen administration, and pulmonary care.
  • Wound care services for those patients who have wounds resulting from surgery, trauma, or disease. Wound care services include local surgical and non-surgical procedures, nutritional support, prevention programs, antibiotic administration and implementation of a standardized wound treatment plan focusing on optimum healing.
  • Infusion therapies to benefit those patients who may be experiencing dehydration, nutritional deficiencies, infections, diabetes and other diagnosis. Infusion therapy services include the intravenous administration of antibiotics, maintenance of intravenous lines, pain management and parenteral nutrition.
  • Cardiac recovery services, including post-operative care, rehabilitation and medication management.

Our services include:

Post-Acute Services

Medically complex treatment for patients recovering from surgical procedures or medical events

Skilled Nursing Services

Benefitting patients following surgery, as well as those who have a limited capacity due to a prolonged acute illness or the effects of a chronic disease.

Rehabilitation Programs

Our comprehensive rehabilitation program is customized to meet the changing needs of each patient as they progress through recovery.

Restorative and Long-Term Care

Provided to residents who cannot be taken care of at home due to the caregiving demands of a chronic illness, the frailties of age, or physical limitations.

Respite Care

24 hour care in a secure and comfortable environment.

Palliative Care

Designed to address the needs of residents and patients with a terminal illness.