Thank you to our nursing staff who work so hard for our patients in normal times, but have really stepped up to the plate during the COVID-19 outbreak. Your work is extremely appreciated and valued.
In order to keep our residents, their personal representatives and families, and the public informed of COVID-19 cases, the center is providing information whenever a new positive case of COVID-19 is confirmed or whenever three or more residents or staff show signs of respiratory issues within a 72-hour period.
Date of most recent confirmed infection of COVID-19
Date of most recent occurrence of three or more residents or staff with new-onset of respiratory symptoms within 72 hours of each other
The center is doing everything possible to limit the spread of the virus, including adhering to guidance from federal, state, and local health and policy authorities.
Get additional information on mitigating steps the center is taking to prevent and control the spread of COVID-19, as well as cumulative information on COVID-19 cases at the center, can be found below.
We are taking initatives to keep our residents and staff safe.See what we're doing
Patients that have been admitted to a hospital for a minimum of three nights may have the option for a short-term stay in our center to receive 24-hour Nursing care and Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapy up to seven-days each week. Patients may also request a short-term Respite in-patient stay for periods of a few days to several months.
Patients that require a permanent in-patient stay may be admitted from the Hospital, Assisted Living Facility or Home after receiving an admission order from their primary physician.
Our Center is focused on adding specialty clinical programs to better serve patients. In some cases, additional training and education can be provided for staff on specialized equipment and treatment programing that may enhance recovery times. SEE ALL SPECIALTY PROGRAMS
Our Recovery Program is designed for individuals who have been diagnosed with COVID-19, required hospitalization, and are now in the recovery phase. We provide a caring environment to meet the rehabilitation and nursing needs to help you return to your prior level of function.