Skilled Nursing & Rehabilitation Facility

Monument Health Group

Monument Health provides post-acute care or short-term rehabilitation for when you or a loved one are recovering from a hospital stay, surgery, or illness. Rehab services at our facilities serve patients of many ages, from adult to geriatric,  Our facilities work with on-site physicians to better serve you as a family member, resident, or patient facing these situations. 

Our facilities also offer a wide range of services, including skilled nursing and long-term care options.

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Skilled Nursing

Skilled nursing facilities, also called nursing homes or convalescent centers, provide housing and 24-hour skilled nursing services to individuals requiring post-acute care due to decreased ability to perform activities of daily living.

Specialized programs and features vary in our facilities, but many offer fine dining, concierge and valet services, Beautician services, fun and divers activities, on-site physicians and state-of-the-art technologies.

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Short-term Rehabilitation

At Monument Health, we understand the need to return our patient’s health back to normal as quickly as possible. Our approach to rehabilitation focuses on the key aim for successful healthcare outcomes. We recognize that unexpected illness or trauma, or anticipated surgeries can sometimes force individuals to relearn basic functions such as standing, swallowing, gripping or walking. Monument Health offers in-house rehabilitation services in each facility, specializing in Physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapy in order to assist patients in regaining their health. 

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Physical Therapy

Physical therapy strengthens each patient’s independence and reinforces functional mobility skills following an acute or chronic disease process. This is accomplished through individual care and treatment plans by applying customized interventions.

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Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapists work with our patients to achieve independence in activities of daily living. Therapists can help patients refine their motor skills, hand and upper extremity function, and bladder and bowel control for incontinence.

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Speech Therapy

Speech and language therapy helps patients improve their communication skills in speaking, problem-solving, reading, writing and verbal expression, and resolving problems with swallowing.

Post-Hospital Care

Post-hospital care, more commonly referred to as post acute care, helps those who have recently been in the hospital and can be released but are not entirely ready to be alone.

Post-Traumatic Injury Care

The recovery process after a serious injury can be long, made easier by working with a medical team at an injury care facility. Here, patients are more likely to succeed in their recovery goals.