Spring Meadow Skilled Nursing Facility
Skilled nursing facility decisions are almost always made at the last minute because no one really wants to think about them. We watch people agonize over these choices every day. Our experience has taught us how to create healthy transitions to more appropriate living arrangements. So, when difficult skilled nursing facility decisions become a struggle, let our expertise and training make it easier for you.
Our excellent staff-to-resident ratio and very high staff retention rates ensure that your loved ones are treated like a member of our own family. Residents at Spring Meadows enjoy superb care, stimulating in-house activities, delicious meals and personal attention from the entire Spring Meadows staff. In short, we do whatever we can to ensure that our residents live life to the fullest.
It’s available here, when assisted living is no longer an option and additional care is needed.
For many, a hospital stay requires a patient to receive additional therapy or skilled nursing care before he or she can return home. In cases like these, Spring Meadow Short-Term Rehabilitation can help your loved ones get back where they belong. These services include meals, housekeeping, on-site skilled nursing care and physical, occupational and speech therapies. We offer private rehabilitation suites where residents can choose to have their in that room or join others in the therapy area.
Living with a life-ending disease can be a painful experience for everyone involved. And that’s why we’ve teamed with a number of hospice organizations to help make a patient’s last days more comfortable – all within the familiar confines of our facility. Spring Meadow is proud of these relationships, and the combined efforts we make to deliver peace of mind for our patients, their family and friends. We offer family suites that provide privacy and allow family members additional space to stay with their loved one at this time.
Employee of the Month
Amanda Sumner, RN, BSN, 400 Hall
Amanda is our employee highlight for the month of May. She is a first shift RN on 400 Hall. AmandaClick to read more >