Services

Registered Nurses...
Provide the foundation of your care program. Skilled nursing care includes complete patient assessment, medication education, and special treatments.

    

Physical Therapists...
Work with patients to improve and preserve their range of motion, strength, ambulation and fall prevention.

 

Occupational Therapists...
Work with patients and their families/caregivers in improving the patient's activities of daily living, teach joint protection and energy conservation.

Speech Language Pathologists...
Help patients restore communication and swallowing skills or to compensate communication skills. SLPs help improve the thinking process and communication skills. Speech language pathologists can provide both swallowing and language assessment and treatment.

Medical Social Workers...
Work with patients that are learning to adjust to health problems or disabilities by providing information on community resources and counseling services.

Home Health Aides...
Provide patients with personal care under the direction of Registered Nurse and/or Physical Therapist.

Dietician (Complimentary)...
Evaluates patient's history and determines if any special diet should be used by the patient (e.g. diabetic, cardiac diets and weight control).