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Patient-Centered Long-Term Care

We believe that every day holds new opportunities for our residents to smile, tell stories or simply be close to family and friends. So our Long Term Care services offer much more than just assistance with daily personal tasks that may have become challenging due to an ongoing medical or physical condition, disability, illness or injury. We also strive to create a comfortable, engaging and stress-free environment with many of the comforts of home. We focus on enhancing each individual’s quality of life, so he or she can enjoy the simple pleasures that every day brings.

Full Range of Care Services - All in One Place

  • 24-hour skilled nursing and medical support services for chronic or prolonged illness
  • Enjoy living in a home-like setting while under the supervision of our clinical team and compassionate caregivers
  • Quality of Life program designed to provide residents with an attentive ear, which gives residents an opportunity for them to discuss their personal needs or concerns
  • Medication management in coordination with licensed nurses and physician support
  • Management of chronic conditions for those that can no longer live independently
  • Interdisciplinary team care of physicians, licensed nurses, social service directors, registered dietitians, therapists and wellness directors to provide patient-centered care
  • Transportation to and from scheduled doctor appointments and outings
  • Fun and engaging activities such as live music, worship services, painting courses, bingo and many others

If you have any questions or concerns, give us a call and a member of our team can assist you with finding the right community and care. 

Skilled nursing care can leave you with a lot of questions. We are here to help you understand everything from how to pay for care to what you need to bring when you come to one of our communities. Other questions could include:

  • Is Skilled Nursing like a hospital?
  • How long are my care benefits?
  • Can I do my loved one’s laundry?
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How are skilled nursing and assisted living different? ›

On the surface, Assisted Living and Skilled Nursing may seem similar. However, there are some distinct differences in levels of care each provide, as well as the payment options and community environment. 

  • How do I pay for assisted living?
  • If I am mobile, is skilled nursing appropriate for me? 

How can I pay for skilled nursing services? ›

There are many ways to pay for skilled nursing services, and we work with people to navigate which option would be best for them. Follow this link to learn more about these options. 

  • Medicare and Medicaid
  • Private long term care insurance
  • Private insurance coverage and private pay