With skilled medical professionals and treatment services on site, long-term skilled nursing offers the highest level of care available outside of a hospital.
As an individual's needs change, so does the level of care.
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Know the right questions when selecting a senior care community.
You are your parent's best resource for assistance in finding the right care facility.
Long-term skilled nursing care for health, independence and choice
Skilled nursing in the Benedictine tradition: While we serve from the roots of our faith, what you’ll find is compassionate, genuine, quality care that treats the whole person — body, mind and spirit. With Benedictine Health System, you can expect an individualized, attentive program of skilled nursing care — and loving care.
Objective: the highest possible quality of life — every day.
Chronic health issues, long-term illness, prolonged recovery — whatever the need, we help people heal and make each day a good day.
Available care may include:
• 24-hour residential setting
• Registered, licensed, certified nurses
• Coordination with physicians and pharmacy
• Rehabilitation therapy
• Dietary services addressing resident needs and preferences
• Nutritious daily meals, plus snacks
• Social and recreational activities
• Family counsel meetings that integrate the family into each resident’s plan for care
Further explore long-term care resources:
Long-term care: a closer look
When is long-term skilled nursing needed?
10 common misconceptions about nursing homes
Choosing a senior care community
Easing the transition to senior housing for mom or dad
To find out more about long-term nursing care, or to find a Benedictine Health System long-term care community near you, we invite you to get in touch with us.