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Sep 14, 2021

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Excellence in Post Acute Care
Advanced Health Care provides a unique solution to those looking for an alternative to a nursing home. The professionals at our state-of-the-art facilities specialize in short term nursing and rehabilitation after your hospital stay and before returning home. We offer private suites, twenty-four hour nursing care, inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation services, and a fine dining experience in a luxurious atmosphere.
Fine Dining
Advanced Health Care facilities offer a fine dining experience in an elegant setting. All meals are served restaurant-style with choices from our gourmet menu. Specialized diets such as cardiac and diabetic are ordered by the physician and supervised by a registered dietician. Our cooks pay special attention to the nutrition, taste, and presentation of each meal. Those who wish to remain in their suites during meals receive room service.
Nursing
The teams at Advanced Health Care work closely with the patient, family, and physician to ensure that the needs of each person are met. Under the direction of your physician, licensed nursing professionals provide twenty-four hour skilled care and a variety of additional services. These services may include wound care, IV therapy, medication administration, and assistance with dressing, bathing, walking, and dining.


Private Suites
All Advanced Health Care facilities only offer deluxe private suites that are warm and comfortable. Our spacious suites include a personal phone, cable television, individual thermostat for climate control, private bathroom with a shower, and a kitchenette which includes a microwave, sink, and a small fridge. Each patient suite is beautifully furnished and equipped with high speed internet access.


Rehabilitation
The goal of our specialized rehab program is to help patients attain their maximum potential and restore the functional abilities and confidence necessary for independent living. Our inpatient and outpatient rehab teams offer Physical, Occupational, and Speech therapies which are often critical components of a patient's plan of care. The therapists at all Advanced Health Care locations evaluate the needs of each patient and develop an outcome-oriented program.


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