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Discharge Planning

pict-nurse-patientThe discharge planning starts prior to admitting to University Nursing & Rehabilitation Center. Within 72 hours after your admission you and your family will be attending Circle of Care, a meeting that lets you express your goals for returning home after rehabilitation services is completed.

Our team of rehabilitative professionals make sure they’re ready for the challenges involved with returning home or to an alternate level of care. In addition to outlining personalized exercise plans and guidelines for safely performing daily routines, our therapists will make sure each patient can manage stairs and other obstacles related to returning home. Our social worker may arrange for wheelchair assistance or other assistive devices, and our nutritionists may go over dietary issues that could impact a full recovery. If applicable, our nurses will provide information on wound care and disease and medication management. All of this helps ensure that once they leave our facility, residents will be adequately prepared to resume optimal functionality and independence.

Mission

To excel in Quality Health Care & Compassion with a commitment to care for our community.

Expectations

  • Because we understand that it’s never easy to put the care of a loved one into the hands of others, we are always available to address family concerns. What’s more, we will always strive to provide an honest and realistic assessment of what new patients and residents and their families can expect upon moving to our facility.