What Is Short-term REHAB?
For those recuperating from surgery, an injury or illness, a short-term residential rehab room in Wagner Terrace bridges the critical transition between hospital and home, typically between two to four weeks.
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Why Should I Use Noble For Short-term Rehab?
24-hour nursing care and daily therapy sessions
Life long use of Fitness Center and access to personal trainer
Physical, Occupational & Speech Therapists on staff
Specially trained staff for patients age 50 and older
Holistic Approach to Care - treating resident not as a symptom but as a whole person
Specializing in care for patients with Orthopedic, Neurological and Cognitive Disorders
Therapies for swallowing and eating difficulties
Joint Replacement Therapy expertise
11 attractively furnished hotel style private rooms with private baths
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Treating the whole person
Rehabilitation, with physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, and fitness center
24-hour nursing care working closely with patient's personal physician
Wound Care – Wound VACS – Certified Wound Nurse
WELLNESS EDUCATION AND SERVICES WITH FOCUS TOWARD INDEPENDENCE
SHORT TERM REHABILITATION
Continence Evaluation and Treatment – monthly clinic with APRN Specialist
Mental Health Services
GLUCOSE AND COUMADIN MONITORING
DENTAL AND PODIATRIC ON-SITE CLINICS
MOST PRIVATE INSURANCE ACCEPTED
Insurances that we accept
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