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Greensboro Rehab Centers

After a serious injury, surgery, stroke, heart attack, or illness, you will most likely not be able to go home from the hospital.  You will need a transition period in a rehabilitation center.  Most nursing homes provide short-term rehab to help you or your loved one regain strength for independent living.  These nursing homes offer different therapies, 24/7 care, and medical staff to assist you daily with your recovery.  Below is some information to help you get started in your search for rehab in Greensboro.

Setting Your Expectations

Your rehab is vital to your safe return home and staying there. You need strength, mobility, and endurance to continue daily life.  When you are ready to enter the rehab center, the medical staff and doctor will assess your current condition and create a rehab program that meets your needs.

Your plan will be custom to your health and well-being and will include a variety of services.  There are three main types of therapy available such as physical, occupational, and speech.  Respiratory therapy is also available. Your plan may include a combination of these services and could complete treatment daily or a couple of times a week.

Starting Your Search

Don’t stress over finding a reputable rehab facility.  You have several options in and around Greensboro.  These three places have favorable reviews on SeniorAdvisor.com:

Brookdale Lawndale Drive provides personalized care to help you get back to your old self and transition home safely after a hospital stay or surgery.

Brookdale Northwest Greensboro improves the quality of life for patients by encouraging them and working with them and their families as they recover and get ready to transition home.

Blumenthal Nursing & Rehab offers comprehensive rehabilitation services to help patients recover quickly and regain independence.

Your physician or surgeon can also give you recommendations on rehab centers, but you should also ask for referrals and check online reviews.

High Standards

Choosing the best rehab care is essential to your recovery, and you should make sure you find the best place to get you back on your feet.  Ask family, friends, neighbors, or anyone you trust about their experiences.  Research the facility and review state inspections for a clean record. You need to verify that Medicare covers this center, or it should be Medicaid-certified.

How to Pay the Bill

Medicare should cover skilled nursing care under Coverage A at an approved facility with the following scenario:

You have days left in this benefit period.

Your hospital stay was at least three consecutive days (not including admission day).

Your doctor confirms that rehab services are vital for your recovery.

If you are not eligible for Medicare, check into long-term care insurance or Medicaid if the rehab center is Medicaid-certified. Insurance does not cover all services, so be sure to review your recovery plan and check that insurance covers recommended treatments. Otherwise, you will have to pay for these services out-of-pocket.

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