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After a hospital stay, you may need short-term rehabilitation or extended recovery time after an illness. Our nursing and rehabilitation centers provide care with a full range of medical and social services to treat and support your health and well-being.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Part of the admission process outlined above includes verification of insurance. We can refer you to someone in our admissions office who may be able to assist with any financial or insurance questions. We accept most forms of insurance. 
  • We want the transition to be as smooth as possible for you and your family. That’s why one of our clinical liaisons will meet with your care coordinator to review your medical history and current health condition. Once it’s determined that a Kindred Nursing and Rehabilitation Center is right for you, an admission date and time will be selected by all parties involved.  

  • You might be referred to us if you:

    • Are recovering from a scheduled joint replacement such as hip or knee 
    • Need physical therapy to recover from an accident 
    • Require round-the-clock skilled nursing care for an extended period 

    Our goal is to help you efficiently transition to the next step of your treatment plan to regain your independence through specialized transitional care. We provide interdisciplinary care for many medically complex conditions. 

  • A process called discharge planning begins immediately upon admission to any hospital to ensure you are in the appropriate care setting for your medical needs. Your care coordinator may have suggested Kindred Nursing and Rehabilitation because:

    • You need more recovery time with short-term rehabilitation 
    • We specialize in treating your diagnoses in a long-term care setting 

    Our centers use evidence-based practices with a full range of medical and social services to treat and support you and your family. Our mission is to provide hope and promote healing and recovery. In fact, more than 50 percent of our patients are able to return home after an average stay of 31 days.

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