This piece shows how O’Neill Healthcare is the one stop shop for all discharge planning needs.
Skilled Nursing (SNF) – Trained professionals provide nursing services, medical monitoring and medication support for individuals requiring continuous care. Ideal for people discharging from the emergency room or hospital that require IV Medication, wound care and artificial hydration or nutrition. Individuals requiring a secured environment SNF can have their needs met at the North Ridgeville.
Rehabilitative Therapies – O’Neill Healthcare employs our own licensed physical, occupation and speech therapists that specialize in post-medical and post-surgical reconditioning and rehabilitation. Ideal for people following joint replacements, strokes, cardiac events, neurological disorders or are experiencing frequent falls. Therapy is available seven days a week.
Assisted Living (AL) – Private suites that enable individuals to enjoy life, knowing that they have the security of our qualified, caring medical team always close by. Assistance with activities of daily living (ADL) as well as meals, laundry and housekeeping services provided. Dedicated activities staff to keep social calendars full for residents. Ideal for people safe behind their closed suite door who want the peace of mind that medical professionals are nearby. Also, wanting to age within a community that skilled nursing and long term care are offered, minimizing the need for locating additional services.
Respite Care within the Assisted Living – The same services and amenities provided in traditional assisted living delivered in a fully furnished suite. Ideal for people in the emergency room or hospital that are not approved for a SNF stay but are concerned about returning home with a lack of medical support on hand. Rehabilitative therapies can be provided through the outpatient therapy benefit insurance plans offer. The therapy staff within O’Neill Healthcare would deliver services in the assisted living community. A respite stay in the AL is more cost-effective than a self-pay stay in the SNF.