In our facility, you and your loved ones are integral members of our interdisciplinary team. You will see and talk with members of your team on a daily basis.
Verifies your insurance benefits and facilitates required authorizations. Meets with you to assist with registration forms and review patient handbook.
Nurses or social workers who help communicate and coordinate your care with your treatment team, Medicare, Medicaid or your private insurance. They assist you and your loved ones in finding lodging or other services in the area, as well as with the discharge process.
Staff who provides a balanced selection of food that meets your dietary needs.
Provide non-denominational spiritual care, support and comfort for you and your loved ones. The chaplain can arrange for a religious ritual or a visit from your spiritual leader.
Medical Doctors (MD) or Doctors of Osteopathic Medicine (DO) who have the primary responsibility for your care. They may also consult with specialists, kidney doctors, plastic surgeons and pulmonologists.
Registered Nurses (RN)/Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN)
Those who coordinate, implement and/or oversee care.
Reviews your clinical needs before you arrive and helps ensure your smooth transition to the facility.
Director of Quality
Helps to interpret the rules of healthcare regulation agencies and works with and through the staff to help make sure you receive safe and satisfying care. With input from the entire care team, including our patients and families, the Director of Quality also seeks ways to improve services and outcomes.
Ethics Consult Service
Available at times when our patients, their loved ones and our staff face difficult ethical issues about treatment choices. This service is available 24-hours-a-day by dialing “0” and asking the operator to page number 1712.
Health Unit Coordinators (HUC)
Assistant located at the Team Station who coordinates communication and documentation.
Keep our facility clean, neat and orderly.
Nurse Practitioners (NP)/Physician Assistants (PA)
Clinicians who have completed special training and work with physicians to provide and/or direct your care and treatment.
Patient Care Assistant (PCA) or Patient Care Technicians (PCT)
Take vital signs and assist you with your daily needs, with guidance from your RN.
Prepare and dispense your medications and consult with your team to be sure your treatment gives you the most benefit. They can answer your questions about medicines and possible reactions.
Registered Dietitians (RD)
Evaluate your nutritional needs and suggest the best types of alternative feedings, if necessary.
May work with PT, OT and RT to assist with therapy or vent weaning, or may provide a massage for relaxation and pain reduction.
Occupational Therapists (OT)
Evaluates and works with you to improve independence in basic self-care tasks and in desired activities that you find challenging.
Physical Therapists (PT)
Evaluates and works with you to improve your independence with mobility and helps plan for your safe discharge.
Respiratory Therapists (RT)
Evaluate, treat and care for patients with breathing or other cardiopulmonary disorders. They help you breathe easier with or without equipment and medicines.
Speech and Language Pathologists (SLP)
Help you overcome difficulties in swallowing, speaking and understanding language, as needed.