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Find the Right Skilled Nursing Facility

Whether you’re recovering from surgery or trying to build strength after a hospital stay, our trained healthcare professionals can get you on the road to recovery.

Our skilled nursing team provides around-the-clock, licensed nursing care, and our on-site rehabilitation professionals offer physical, occupational and speech therapy to help you recover and heal.

You’ll also have access to convenient amenities and services during your stay. Many of our facilities offer barbershop and beauty salon services, open visiting hours and special therapeutic diets.

Tips for Finding the Right Skilled Nursing Facility for You

Most people know they want a skilled nursing facility with quality medical care. But narrowing down the choices can be overwhelming, and how do you find the one that's right for you? Here are some tips to help:

Find a facility with a proven track record.
Experience and expertise count. Select a skilled nursing facility who don't just say they can offer quality medical care — but they have proven it. Don't be afraid to research and compare multiple facilities, or to ask an individual facility questions like how many patients are readmitted, and what percentage of patients go home within 30 days?

Determine the right location.
Even if you’re tempted to find a facility that is as close as possible to where you live, it’s worth thinking about who your cheerleaders are going to be. If you have friends or family members who are committed to being there for you during your recovery, it may be helpful to look at options that are more convenient for them. 

Visit and bring someone along.
If you have the luxury of being mobile and able to make this decision in person, there’s nothing better than an in-person visit to the facilities on your shortlist. But if you can’t make the trip, make sure you look at the facility website and read reviews to get a thorough understanding of what you can expect. 

Call and ask specific questions.
If you’re like most people, you probably have a few questions about what life is like at a skilled nursing facility, if they can manage specific dietary requirements or if they will be able to address a particular treatment challenge. Calling ahead and speaking to a staff member is a great way to learn more about the services offered.

Educate yourself.
Being well informed is valuable in a number of circumstances, but it’s especially important if you are facing a long-term care situation. Put your mind at ease by looking at resources like the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services’ long-term care site, or the National Institute of Health’s page, as you begin your search for the skilled nursing facility that’s right for you and your family.

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Choosing A Partner You Can Trust

When it comes to skilled nursing, we can be a valuable part of your care team.

As a national leader, we make it a priority to invest in research and cutting-edge medical practices so we can continue to offer you the quality care you deserve. We view everyone as the unique individual they are, and we strive to provide well-rounded, holistic treatment that covers everything from physical and emotional to psychological and social needs.

Many of our skilled nursing programs are located on campuses that provide multiple care services, like independent living and assisted living. Not only is this a great benefit for our current residents, but we also find that this gives our skilled nursing patients peace of mind knowing our on-site clinical teams have the expertise and experience to help individuals and their families navigate complex care situations.

From beautiful and inviting environments and personalized care to quality dining programs and some of the best staff members around, you can rest easy knowing we have a lot of practice making seniors feel right at home.

Find A Skilled Nursing Facility Near You
Find A Skilled Nursing Facility Near You
Further Reading
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