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Heartland, ManorCare and Arden Courts are now part of the ProMedica family of services. The skilled nursing & rehabilitation, memory care, home health and hospice services you know us for are now part of an integrated health and well-being organization that includes hospitals, doctors and health insurance plans as well.

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Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation

Care Settings

Our Levels of Caring

Our centers are designed to give you the specific type of care you are looking for. Service levels include: 

Short-Term Care designed for short-stay rehabilitation patients transitioning from hospital to home. Many of our locations have dedicated short-term MedBridge units, find a location near you to see if MedBridge is available in your area.

Long-Term Care with a variety of long-term residential options featuring varying levels of care and independence.

Memory Care where patients diagnosed with Alzheimer's or related dementia can receive specialized care and individualized attention in a skilled nursing environment. 


What is Post-Acute Care After a Hospital Stay?

Learn how a skilled nursing and rehabilitation center can help you continue on your road to recovery in a comfortable environment.

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What is Post-Acute Care After a Hospital Stay?

If you are hospitalized, you might be told the next stop before going home safely is additional care - perhaps in a rehab center or post-acute facility.

What you need is a skilled nursing and rehabilitation center so you can continue on your road to recovery in a comfortable environment. 


How do you know which center is right for you?

Make sure they have the expertise and treatment protocols for treating patients like you. Consider asking:

  • What is their experience?
  • How quickly do patients go home?
  • Will they work with you on your goals?


 What should you expect from a short-term stay in a skilled nursing and rehab center?

  • A center should provide a multidisciplinary approach to your care which involves you, your physician and your family. The center will work toward your safe discharge goal from the day of admission.
  • Intensive rehabilitation, including physical, occupation and speech therapy, should be offered by in-house therapists. Their focus should be on maximizing your functional abilities so you will be stronger, more confident and able to care for yourself as independently as possible. They may also work with your loved ones so they can help with lifestyle or home changes.
  • Comprehensive medical services provide skilled nursing services, under the direction of your physician, such as wound care, respiratory services, tracheostomy care and weaning, tube feeding, intravenous therapy, pain and medication management. Dietary management and guidance is offered.


Still not sure and need more information? Visit

  • Our post-acute vide, the game of life, is a short animated overview that provides additional information on why making the right choice for your post-hospital care provider is such an important decision.
  • Our Road to Recovery website shows you the different treatment you might receive and why they will benefit you.
  • Once you return home, our blog, called Balance, is full of health living tips to help you remain independent. 


One last thing.

We are proud of our results and hope you will consider choosing a Heartland or ManorCare skilled nursing and rehabilitation center for your care.

  • In 2016, more than 152,800 patients chose us for their post-hospital care
  • Our patients are less likely to return to the hospital compared to national averages
  • 83% of our rehab patients return home or to a lowers level of care
  • The majority of our patients stay less than 30 days
  • The majority of our patients recommend us

We realize this is a difficult decision. Our team is here to help. Visit today to review the information about what to expect during a post-hospital stay and to find a location nearest you. Or ask your social worker to meet with our hospital liaison.


**All data is based on industry averages and HCR ManorCare 2016 annual results


How Could a Post-Hospital Rehabilitation Center Help You Recover?

Learn how post-hospital rehabilitation centers can help aid your recovery and what to expect during your stay.

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How Could a Post-Hospital Rehabilitation Center Help You Recover?

Post-hospital rehabilitation centers work with you, your family, and your existing medical team to supervise your care.  Doctors, registered nurses, nursing aides, dieticians, physical, occupational and speech therapists, are only a few of the qualified professionals at post-hospital rehabilitation centers that help aid your recovery. Post-hospital rehabilitation centers work with you to understand your needs, goals and expectations and help make you the strong independent person you aim to become once again.

What will happen during your stay?

  • The post-acute rehabilitation center’s doctor will work with your existing medical team and the medical team at the center to oversee your care.
  • Registered nurses and nursing aides will care for you around the clock, according to your doctor’s orders, tending to your medication needs, monitoring for problems, and checking to ensure you are making progress and on your way to meeting your health care goals.
  • Physical therapists will teach you how to make your muscles stronger and employ exercises and techniques to help you meet your goals. Physical therapy is focused on helping you learn to maneuver stairs safely, get in and out of vehicles, sit down safely on a chair or toilet, balance and use assistive devices such as crutches, a walker or cane appropriately.
  • Occupational therapists will help you relearn the tasks that you perform each day at home. You might relearn how to use a knife safely, cook, do laundry, etc.  Their goal is to ensure you are able to perform activities of daily living safely and independently, once you return home.
  • Speech and language therapists will evaluate problems with speech and swallowing.
  • A dietitian will work with you to ensure any special dietary needs are met.



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Our locations offer a variety of care settings. To find more about the care settings available near you or your loved one use the search below to find a location.

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At ProMedica Senior Care, a not-for-profit, mission-based provider and part of the ProMedica Health System, we care for people nationwide but a single principle within Our Vision binds them together—we are dedicated to providing the highest quality health care services. We research, evaluate, train and implement the care programs that work toward the highest practicable level of well-being for our patients and residents. The footprint may be large, 26 states across the U.S., but instilling our proven care principles and protocols is just as broad in carrying out our commitment to quality.

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