Skilled care services have evolved over time to expand beyond traditional nursing home care. Oxley Park Health & Rehabilitation can help you choose the appropriate level of care for your loved one. If your loved one will only be with us for a short-term stay we can offer a full service of transition of care.
Wound Care Program
The nursing team is specially trained in the treatment of hard-to-heal wounds, such as pressure ulcers or bedsores, diabetic ulcers, surgical wounds, venous statis or arterial ulcers resulting from poor circulation. This program provides regular monitoring and appropriate care for wounds, including topical treatments, dressing changes and prescribed oral medications, such as antibiotics and pain relievers. Also included is dietary assessment and medical nutrition therapy by a registered dietitian.
Orthopedic Recovery Program
Our Orthopedic Recovery Program helps patients who have sustained an orthopedic injury or disability, such as surgery, fracture, joint replacement, degenerative condition (e.g., arthritis) and other musculoskeletal conditions. Through therapy, patients work toward improving their physical mobility, restoring their levels of fitness and regaining independence in daily living skills.
Eliminating the need to travel long distances for specialty care or follow-up visits, telemedicine provides real-time interaction between the patient and physician or specialist for routine appointments and checkups. The virtual consultation takes place in a private area or room within the center and includes the assistance of a qualified clinical staff member.
- 24-hour skilled nursing services
- Oxygen therapy services
- Intermittent, catheterization services
- Pharmacy services
- Hospice services
- Transition care program
- Onsite x-ray services
- Respiratory treatments
- Medicare and Medicaid certified
At Oxley Park Health & Rehabilitation we offer rehabilitative therapy for either a short-term stay or during long-term care. Therapists work one-on-one with the patient focusing on assisting them achieve and maintain their desired, individual level of functioning as appropriate.
- Physical Therapy
- Occupational Therapy
- Speech-language Therapy