WEL Rehabilitation and Skilled Nursing Care
Privacy, dignity and respect. A cozy, homelike environment.
A skilled nursing facility, historically referred to as a "nursing home," provides the highest level of medical care available outside of a hospital. These facilities are supervised by a physician medical director who oversees each patient's treatment plan. A nursing staff is on the premises to provide care, carry out treatments and assess patients 24 hour a day.
In addition to extensive help with personal care and hygiene, a nursing center provides care such as monitoring of vital signs, and administration of medications, injections, oxygen therapy, intravenous fluids, and tube feedings. Many residents typically have chronic conditions that limit mobility. Some may need help to eat or require tube feedings for adequate nourishment.
Skilled nursing care may be the right option when an older person's needs exceed the assistance with medications, grooming, bathing and dressing provided in a personal care or assisted living community. In other instances, a person might need temporary skilled nursing care and rehabilitation after a hospital stay before returning home to a personal care community or independent living situation.
If you have a loved one who is in need of short-term or long-term rehabilitation or skilled nursing care, our patient and responsive admissions staff will be happy to speak with you about the care and services available at our WEL Rehabilitation and Skilled Nursing Centers, as well as collaborate with your loved one’s medical providers to develop an optimal plan for recuperation and/or health improvement and maintenance. Contact the location of your choice for more information.