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When you’re faced with the task of finding a skilled nursing facility for yourself or a loved one, the amount of questions that come up can be overwhelming. That’s why we’ve made an effort to provide answers to our most commonly asked questions. It is important for us that you make an informed decision about which skilled nursing facility best suits you and your family’s needs and lifestyle preferences. If your questions aren't answered here, please contact us. We're more than happy to help!
  • What is a "SNF"?"
    A "SNF" is a Skilled Nursing Facility. A skilled nursing facility is an in-patient rehabilitation and medical treatment center staffed with trained medical professionals. They provide the medically-necessary services of licensed nurses, physical and occupational therapists, speech pathologists, and audiologists.Skilled nursing facilities give patients round-the-clock assistance with healthcare and activities of daily living (ADLs). There are numerous federal regulations regarding what skilled nursing facilities can and cannot do.
  • Will I have to pay out of pocket for my family member’s stay?
    Many insurances do cover 100%, but every insurance policy is different. Our Business Office Manager will be happy to meet with you and discuss your exact policy and benefits.
  • Does my loved one have to stay for a certain length of time?
    Residents may leave at any time, but be aware, some insurances require you stay a certain length of time in order to provide coverage.
  • Can I visit anytime I want?
    Depending on current restrictions, set by local authorities, there may be restrictions on visiting your loved one. If there are no restrictions, then you can visit any time you please. We just ask that you be mindful of the other residents, if you are visiting outside of normal business hours.
  • How long will my loved one stay at the skilled nursing facility?
    While the average length of stay in a skilled nursing facility can be three to four weeks depending on the condition, every patient’s road to recovery is unique and based solely on the individual care plan and therapy progress. We also offer long-term care, if needed.
  • Who is responsible for laundry?
    We are happy to provide laundry services, at no additional costs, however, your family is free to take it home and do it personally, if they so choose. Either way, please ensure that each item of clothing is labeled with the patient’s first and last name.
  • Will my loved one have a roommate?
    Each case is individually evaluated and is often dependent on bed availability. We have found that having a roommate often helps a new resident adjust to their new setting. We're very understanding of each new resident's circumstances and will accommodate as best we can. We want each resident to enjoy their living space and will do what we can to ensure this is the case.
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