Skilled Nursing & Rehab Center

Skilled Nursing Care for Short & Long-Term Patients

Allied Services Integrated Health System’s 369-bed Skilled Nursing & Rehab Center provides comprehensive care for both short and long term patients. For many patients, it serves as a transition program, rehabilitating them for their return home with home health or outpatient services, or to an inpatient stay at Allied Services Rehab Hospital or Heinz Rehab Hospital, if appropriate.

Skilled nursing services at Allied Services Integrated Health System includes:

  • Rehabilitation Programs – The Allied Services Skilled Nursing & Rehab Center offers a wide variety of rehabilitative care services.
  • Short Term Pulmonary Rehab -The short-term pulmonary rehabilitation program is a specifically designed resident-focused program that helps the resident manage and minimize the debilitating effects of pulmonary disease.
  • Dedicated Respiratory Unit – Allied Services Skilled Nursing & Rehab Center is the only skilled nursing center in the area that offers a dedicated respiratory unit.
  • Alzheimer’s Program – The Skilled Nursing & Rehab Center Memory Care Program specializes in the treatment of individuals with Alzheimer’s disease and other senior dementias.

Technologies involved:

  • PABLO – Multifunctional Rehabilitation Approach
  • Precision Flow Plus Deliver Hi-VNI® Technology Intuitively
  • Bariatric Bed
  • IN2L
  • Flight 60 Ventilators

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Long-Term Care

Skilled nursing care is designed for people who can no longer live safely and independently at home or at an assisted living facility. For patients requiring an extended placement, our long term care program offers specialized nursing care, diverse recreational activities and supportive social services catered to the patient’s individual needs. The physician oversees the medical care along with the interdisciplinary team of licensed professionals. Through the planning process, we are able to follow a patient-centered approach that coordinates the patient’s goals and lifestyle plan with our treatment.

Short-Term Rehab

Our short-term rehab track provides patients with intensive, 24-hour nursing and/or therapy services, or as a bridge between an acute care hospital stay and their return home. Often times, patients cannot tolerate or do not require the intensity of therapy delivered in an inpatient rehab hospital. Alternatively, a patient’s insurance benefit may not allow inpatient rehabilitation for their condition. Short-term rehab patients individualized occupational therapy, physical therapy, and/or speech therapy in amounts that fit their endurance level and medical condition.

Typically, patients in short-term rehabilitation are discharged in about 20 to 40 days. Patients may be discharged home with outpatient rehab or home health services, or transitioned to inpatient rehabilitation with the goal of returning home.

Nursing Services

The nursing team is the foundation of the Allied Services Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Center. Day after day, these dedicated professionals exhibit the care and compassion that has distinguished Allied Services for over 50 years.

Some of the specialty services and expertise provided by the nursing team include:

  • Critical Care Certified Nurses
  • Specialized/certified wound care nurses
  • Rehabilitation certified nurses
  • Nursing infection prevention
  • Specialized dementia care nursing team
  • Restorative nursing team
  • Certified nursing aide team

Recreational Therapy

Recreational activities are significant for the overall social and psychological well-being of each resident. The overall goal of recreational therapy is to promote physical, mental, and spiritual wellness and optimize each person’s quality of life. Upon admission, patients receive an activity assessment to identify their interests for participation in physical activities, spiritual services, and social events.

The following are some of the services that the Recreational Therapy Department provides:

  • Community events
  • Creative arts
  • Seasonal theme celebrations
  • Entertainment
  • Pet therapy
  • Inter-generational programs
  • Multi-faith spiritual services with a private chapel
  • Gardening
  • Internet/computer access on all units
  • Resident volunteer program
  • Community volunteer program
  • Full-service salon for women and men on-site
  • Coordination of outside shopping for residents

Social Services

Our Social Services Department plays a very diverse role in each resident’s stay. Social workers most significantly serve as the liaison for each resident with all team members to ensure that his or her pathway goals are on target. There is a social worker assigned to each unit who assists family members.

The following are some of the services that the social services department provides to each resident:

  • Serve as a resident advocate.
  • Monitor mood, behavior, and psychosocial well-being
  • Provide services planned to restore residents to their optimal level of social health and adjustment
  • Conduct individual and group conferences for residents and families
  • Facilitate support groups to meet resident and family needs in conjunction with the Recreation Department
  • Coordinate spiritual support referrals
  • Coordinate supportive counseling referrals with the on-site counselor
  • Coordinate each resident’s discharge, using community agencies and resources

Dietary Services

The Dietary Services Department at the Allied Services Skilled Nursing & Rehabilitation Center prides itself on providing nutritionally balanced meals that appeal to the diverse needs of our residents. Upon admission, every resident receives a nutritional assessment by the Dietitian to establish dietary needs and meal preferences. To help ensure resident satisfaction, the Department has a Food Committee that residents may serve on to exchange menu item ideas and to help keep the menus new and fresh.

Once a year the Dietary Department has a food show. Vendors come to the show to let residents and staff sample new food selections. The Registered Dietitian gets feedback from residents about which of the new foods are their favorites. There are also smaller events throughout the year, like coffee tastings, so residents can continue to give feedback to the staff about what food and beverages they like best.

Start My Referral

Start the referral process by contacting our admissions office. Referrals can be made online, phone, fax, or email. Our admissions team can begin the admission process within 24 hours of receiving a referral. We offer this service free of charge and often serve as the referring facility’s primary educator and resource for family services. Call 570-348-1215.

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