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Raising the bar for post-acute care and rehabilitation
Close the Gap Between Hospital and Home
Patients leaving the hospital following an acute illness, injury or surgery are vulnerable, and caregivers can be easily overwhelmed by all that is required for their loved one’s recovery. Our multidisciplinary care teams work with the patient, family and the patient’s own physicians to ensure that transitions are safe and that the recovery and rehabilitation plan is fully understood and followed, always according to the patient’s clinical needs and goals.
Health care is never one size fits all. Our skilled nursing associates appreciate that a person’s recovery – body and spirit – is as unique as they are. Medication management, special dietary regimens, rehabilitation programs and additional services to support recovery are for the patient, not the other way around. Our ultimate goal is to help patients and their caregivers learn to protect and sustain recovery themselves, with confidence that our team is ready to support them every step of the way.
Our Coordinated Treatment for a Range of Conditions Including:
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease & Pulmonary Care
COVID-19 Revised Emergency Outbreak Plans for Spring Hills Post Acute Care Centers
Spring Hills follows the strictest health and safety guidelines set by the communities in which we operate, and we remain vigilant in monitoring the CDC, state government, local departments of health, and leading public health authorities for best practices in managing COVID-19.
Every post-acute care community has plans and procedures designed to accommodate its physical plant. In all Spring Hills locations, we are intentional about maintaining sufficient flexibility in our protocols for rapid adjustments and policy revisions, as needed. Learn how we keep our teams safe.
Create a Personalized Care Plan
Every journey begins with a conversation between our team, the patient, the patient’s family, and the referring physician to ensure continuity of care. The moment you or your loved one is admitted to one of our communities, we create a clinical care plan — a support system — focused on personalizing the experience to get you home as quickly as possible, so you can keep living life on your terms. Think of it as the blueprint for your well-being, so that you can get back to living life on your own terms. Whether that entails having the time to dive deeper into long-held passions or the freedom to explore new interests, happiness is whatever you want it to be — active, engaging or inspiring — and it should be anything but ordinary. Our one-of-a-kind continuum of care creates short-term rehabilitation goals to be met before discharge and sets expectations for everyone.
The Patient Journey
Population Health Assessment, medication reconciliation, risk stratification, rehabilitation evaluation and baseline set for care plan
Multidisciplinary care conference, condition-specific care management, physician-led clinical rounds, concierge services and third-party satisfaction survey
Population Health integration, patient and family education, Home Care assessment, home pharmacy services, home Physician and remote monitoring
Collaborative Clinical Programs
All of our post-acute care programs rely on evidence-based clinical protocols for the best possible outcomes.
Specialized Care Programs
These programs are fully integrated into Spring Hills communities to provide patients and residents condition-specific care, support and services on their way to healthier, happier lives.
Getting patients home as safely and quickly as possible is an important part of our post-acute care and rehabilitation services. During a patient’s stay, we provide ongoing, comprehensive evaluations to determine the need for home health or outpatient services after returning home, starting with a Population Health assessment. Our goal is not only for patients to recover, but also to prevent future complications through education and enhanced well-being. That’s why upon discharge, our team will also remain in touch to make sure patients feel secure back at home — giving them (and their families) all the tools they need for a safe transition back to their daily lives, including healing and disease management advice, proper nutritional guidance and relaxation techniques.