Many of our residents enter the rehabilitation journey with medical needs that reach beyond the reason they are here. For one it may be a chronic heart issue, for another, it may be a pre-existing Alzheimer’s diagnosis. Without proper attention to these issues and concerns, rehabilitation can become interrupted or prolonged. Our skilled nursing team provides our residents with a wide range of medical services to make sure the recovery process goes as smoothly as possible.
The care you need to recover
A staff skilled to care for your loved one
At Parkside we are uniquely equipped to provide exceptional care in the following ways:
- Autoimmune Conditions
- Neurological Conditions
- Memory Enhancement
Many types of wounds can damage the skin including abrasions, lacerations and penetrating wounds. Some wounds are deeper and need medical attention to prevent infection and loss of function caused by damage to underlying structures like bone, muscle, tendon, arteries, and nerves.
Being a wound care nurse takes more than knowledge, it takes expertise. With over 30 years of combined experience, our team is wound care certified. We know that we are not just treating a wound, we are treating the patient as a whole. We work with our team of physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and dietitians to formulate the appropriate treatment plan to aid in wound healing and prevention.
A tracheostomy presents new challenges to everyday activities such as eating, talking and simply breathing. It typically takes several days for a tracheostomy resident to adapt to the way of life that results from the procedure. This may be longer depending on the age and overall health condition of a resident. Our clinical team are trained and equipped to make sure our tracheostomy residents stay as comfortable as possible while learning the necessary exercises and techniques to achieve the best quality of life possible.
Our clinical team is trained to treat respiratory difficulties such as emphysema, asthma, or the effects of a heart illness.
We provide a multi-layered approach to address the mental, physical, and emotional impact of the stroke has had on a resident.
Pain Management employs an interdisciplinary approach for easing the suffering and improving the quality of life of those living with pain.
A watchful eye on blood sugar levels, medication compliance, and a proper daily diet all work together to help our diabetic residents maintain a healthy lifestyle.
Whether you are recovering from a heart attack, heart surgery, or simply have a chronic heart illness that needs to be closely monitored, our cardiac team is equipped to assist you.
Our Five Star Approach
A Community of Skilled Experts: Our physicians, therapists, and nurses are professionally trained to provide a wide range of rehabilitative and medical services.
A Combination of Therapy: We tailor our recovery plan to fit the unique goals and needs of our loved one.
A Culture of Compassion: Our staff is committed to treating the whole resident through patience, understanding, and encouragement.
A Continuum of Care: We are distinctly positioned to offer short-term, long-term, and personal care to our residents.
A Continuation of Support: Our caring workers provide the support and guidance your loved one needs as they return home so their journey of success can continue.