Providing excellent long-term care is at the heart of what we do at the ANRC. Our primary nursing model is designed to foster close and caring relationships among the staff, residents, and their loved ones.
Our residents can also depend on the clinical expertise and 7-day per week availability of our Physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapists who work closely together in a physician-directed rehabilitation program. They ensure that every resident's rehabilitative care is personalized, meets identified needs, and speeds recovery. This way, our short-term patients return home as quickly as possible with their functional skills restored, and our long-term residents achieve their maximum level of independence.
Long-term care residents can expect:
- High staffing ratios to promptly meet their needs
- Highly skilled clinicians to care for their medical needs
- Delicious food to nourish the body and delight the senses
- To be known by their caretakers: their unique personalities, their likes and dislikes, their life stories
- To have their spiritual needs met
- To be invited to participate in meaningful activities and to be brought to activities of interest
- To enjoy the outdoors
- To live in a clean and attractive environment that they and their visitors will find inviting
- To have their wishes about their care and treatment carried out in such a way as to provide the highest possible quality of life
- To be made comfortable at the end of life
Our nurses are highly skilled and capable of caring for patients with complex medical needs such as advanced wound care, cardiac rehabilitation, intravenous therapy, respiratory therapy, and progressive nutritional management. With access to an abundance of high-quality nursing supplies and the latest medical equipment, they excel at managing and monitoring a wide range of acute and chronic illnesses.
In addition to our highly skilled nurses and therapists, residents may also be seen on-site by a dentist, optometrist, audiologist, podiatrist, psychiatrist, and pharmacist.