Our expertly trained, professional staff is committed to delivering skilled nursing care, while maintaining our residents’ dignity. We provide a safe and inviting home for your loved ones who need special attention and assistance with daily living.
Our nurses provide around-the-clock care with physician oversight. We also offer pharmaceutical and dietary services, as well as nutrition planning.
+ Fall prevention
+ Wound management
+ Swallowing disorders
+ IV therapy
+ Wanderguard system
+ Cardiac recovery
+ Orthopedic injuries
+ Joint replacement
+ Cognitive impairments
+ Respiratory disorders
+ Stroke recovery
+ Pulmonary complications
+ Audiology impairments
+ Palliative care
Our rehabilitation staff offers top-quality physical recovery services using the latest equipment and technology in our state-of-the-art rehabilitation gym.
Our team provides rehabilitative skilled therapy for continuity of care.
+ Occupational therapy
+ Speech therapy
Your rehabilitation goals are our top priority. Our Rapid Recovery program assesses your individualized home environment challenges to design an individualized therapy program to meet your specific needs and goals. The program guides treatment and tracks your progress to ensure effectiveness and get you back in action.
The tailored plan of care allows us to focus on helping you have the smoothest and safest transition back home.
+ Providing daily rehabilitation services to jumpstart our rehabilitation program.
+ Assisting you with pain management.
+ Helping you reach rehabilitation milestones that set you on the road to recovery.
Southern NP Associates
Southern NP nurses are highly trained nurse practitioners based at our facility that enhances the treatment of our patients through personalized, skilled care.
Our goal is to improve the quality of care that each patient receives in an effort to avoid re-hospitalization. Working with other health care providers, our nurse practitioners provide increased levels of medical attention.
Our nurse practitioners help bridge communication gaps among administrators, doctors, nurses and family members.