Frequently Asked Questions
For your care, we accept Medicare, Medicaid, Managed Care, Private Insurance, Private Pay and Veteran’s Administration Insurance.
*Accepted plans varies by location
We will need identification, insurance cards, and other vital documents. Plan packing 7 days of clothing. Use this link to access the complete list of what you should bring and leave at home.
Continuum of care involves collaborating with your existing health professionals to identify the level of post-acute medical and personal care you need and when you need it. Our team works with your medical professionals.
Yes, pets are welcome as long as vaccinations are up to date. Pets must be well-behaved, on a leash at all times, and must not exhibit signs of aggressive behavior.
Yes, we offer various denominational services in a designated place of worship within the facilities.
Yes. Costs vary somewhat across locations.
We offer a range of social activities for our residents. These vary across our centers. Examples include:
- Exercise classes
- Entertainment and music
- Cooking classes
- Religious services
- Outdoor recreation
There are basic requirements to get admitted into any of our facilities. It includes a clinical and financial screening process. If a patient has a managed care plan, prior authorization is most likely needed. If the patient has traditional Medicare, Medicaid, or accessing private pay, there is a financial verification to include a clinical review to ensure the patient qualifies for skilled nursing and that their needs can be met.
This is a very common question. Click here to find out the difference and the eligibility requirements.
Yes, your primary physician can follow you and remain your main doctor in our facility. However, we also have medical directors who can provide you with care.
Yes, we provide transportation to and from doctor appointments. We are also able to accept and provide care for dialysis patients.