Skilled Nursing Facility with Private Suites
The Skilled Care You Need. The Dignity You Deserve.
The best skilled nursing offers expert short- and long-term care in an environment that promotes dignity and well-being. That’s what you’ll find at the Weinberg Health Center.
Designed with dignity in mind, we offer comfortable private suites for long-term skilled nursing care. Residents enjoy around-the-clock access to our caring, compassionate, state-certified staff. In addition, a licensed social worker will provide regular conferences to keep family members involved in their loved one’s care.
Caring for the Whole Person
- Access to the Wellness Center and other campus amenities
- Structured activities for intellectual and social engagement
- Restaurant-style dining with healthy menu options and themed events
- On-site dental clinic with appointments available weekly
- Audiologist, podiatrist and eye care provider visits on campus
Services and Amenities
- Three freshly prepared meals a day
- Daily housekeeping and personal laundry service
- Weekly linen service
- Transportation services
- Structured activity programming
- Intimate, family-oriented dining areas and parlors
- Respite and hospice programs
- Medication management
- Medication administration
- 24/7 licensed nursing care
- Incontinence care/management
- Post-surgical care
- Wound care management
- Palliative and hospice care
- Diabetic care
- Assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs)
- Emergency call system in unit
- Transportation to and from medical appointments
Skilled Nursing Floor Plan
The majority of suites are private.
If you’d like to know more about our skilled nursing facility, give us a call or use the contact form on this page.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is skilled nursing?
Short- or long-term care by trained professionals is often called for after an illness or injury. Some conditions that may require skilled nursing for seniors include:
- Cardiac failure
- Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
- Congestive heart failure
- Fall-related injury
- Hip or bone fracture
- Orthopedic surgery
- Parkinson’s disease
What personal items can I bring with me?
We encourage you to bring pictures, plants, mementos and other items to create a familiar, comfortable atmosphere.
What forms of payment do you take?
We accept private medical insurance, long-term care insurance, and Medicare/Medicaid insurance.