Continued Care Options

If discharge home is not an immediate option, there may be other communities that can help you transition to a more independent lifestyle.


Assisted Living Facilities are senior housing communities designed for those who are no longer able to live independently but are capable of enjoying many activities with some daily assistance. Assisted Living provides a range of minimal to extensive assistance with activities of daily living, personalized support, and healthcare services. In an Assisted Living Community you benefit from personal care and health services according to your individual needs.


Independent Living Communities do not provide healthcare or assistance with activities of daily living, but instead are designed to support an independent lifestyle within a secure environment. Independent Living Communities encourage you to live as actively and independently as possible. They generally offer convenient services, friendly surroundings, and increased social opportunities. Many Independent Living Communities also offer dining, basic housekeeping and laundry services,


Home Health includes skilled care by registered nurses and their aides in the comfort of your own home. Home care includes help with basic activities of daily living, instrumental activities of daily living, as well as providing simple companionship.


Hospice Care provides medical services, emotional support, and spiritual resources for people who are in the last stages of a serious illness. The goal of Hospice Care is to keep the patient comfortable and to improve their quality of life.


    Quick Facts

  • Skilled Nursing Facility
  • 126 beds
  • Admissions 24/7
  • Parking with Wheelchair Access
  • In-Room Telephone Access
  • Free Cable for Residents and Guests
  • Post-Acute Unit and Flat-Screen TVs and Telephones
  • Beautician Services Available
  • Medicare and Medicaid Certified
  • Preferred Provider in Several HMO Networks
Continued Care Options