Absolutely! Although we find our residents prefer the hours of 8 a.m.-8 p.m. For the safety of the residents and staff, we do lock the outside doors at night. We also are happy to provide a private area for visitors as needed. Of course, you also have the right to refuse any or all visitors.
Much of that will depend on your intended length of stay with us. We do encourage you to bring your personal items to make your room as homelike as possible. We only ask that you consider your own safety and the size of your room.
Please bring five to seven days of clothing that are a good fit and in season. Complimentary laundry service is provided. You’ll also want to bring comfortable shoes, pajamas, slippers and a robe. Personal products (perfume, make-up, etc.), a radio, and your personal address book to keep in touch with family and friends are also suggested.
We serve three nutritious and delicious meals a day, with a variety of choice. Special dietary restrictions are prepared
to meet your specific medical needs. Our team of Registered Dietitians oversees your nutritional needs and physician orders. Family Members are welcome to join you for meals. We just ask that you let us know ahead of time so we’re prepared and ready. It’s also great if your family desires to bring in your favorite food or snack, we only ask that it be kept in a tightly sealed container.
Unless a medical condition or other factors prevent you from leaving the facility, you may come and as you please. However, if your stay is being covered by Medicare, the Medicare guidelines must be met prior to leaving the facility for social outings.
With a focus on short-term rehabilitation, most people are discharged home within four to six weeks. If you should need a little more time-or you choose to stay a little longer to get a little stronger, we have traditional long-term care services available. Your recovery is dependent upon a few factors including your overall health and well-being prior to your hospital stay and the condition or surgery which required your hospital stay.
If Medicare is your primary payer source, you are given up to 100 days of coverage if medically necessary. You have to show improvement in order for Medicare to continue to cover within that 100 day benefit period.