Old Cheney Rehabilitation provides post-acute care in a distinct environment. Today’s healthcare consumers demand care delivery beyond the current long-term care approach. In fact, the majority of those qualified for a Medicare short-stay choose to go home despite safety concerns, due to the undesirable alternatives. Also, many physicians avoid recommending a long-term care facility because of the frequent dissatisfaction of prior patients.
Transitional care is for patients who require a regimen of therapy or skilled nursing care following an acute hospital stay. It is ideal for patients who no longer need to be in a hospital but are not ready to go home. We care for adults of all ages who are recovering from surgery, illness or injury, which include: orthopedic surgery, stroke, cardiac or open heart surgeries, heart disease, amputations, diabetes, patient’s requiring IV or wound care, dialysis patients, post-operative observations, plastic surgery recovery, and recovery from an acute or extended illness.
Old Cheney Rehabilitation has the clinical skill sets to manage these post-acute issues and allow the patient to navigate the course home in a short period of time. The Old Cheney Rehabilitation mission is to provide the greatest transitional rehabilitation and skilled nursing care experience in a distinct 5-star setting.
Old Cheney Rehabilitation does not discriminate against anyone on the basis of race, color, national origin, disability or age.