Quality of Care

Restoring Meaningful Lives

At Healthwin, our dedicated, skilled staff specializes in short-term rehabilitation, discharge planning, and returning people to their home. In fact, our success rate of returning people to home surpasses the national average. The length of stay for our short-term rehabilitation residents typically is 32 days.

We also are known for our low rehospitalization rate. That means we are able to care for even the most complex cases in our facility. Skilled nurses and assistants care for our residents in shifts around the clock. Physician services are available 5 days a week.

Our staff-to-resident ratio ranks the highest in the region. We employ all of our staff members, which means they work for Healthwin and are not part of a contracted service. Our residents look forward to seeing their therapists each day and value the personal touch that comes with consistent, quality care by a dedicated, compassionate team.

Satisfaction on all levels

Healthwin has received a 5-Star Quality Rating from Medicare, the highest rating available. The distinction gives you an important way to measure the quality of our facility, staff and delivery of care. We have earned our rating for a number of reasons, including:

  • Skilled clinical staff on site 24/7
  • High staff-to-resident ratio, including registered nurses, licensed practical or vocational nurses, physical therapists and nursing assistants
  • Standards met or exceeded for quality of care, including delivery of medication and pain management, preventive medicine and safety
  • Clean, safe, secure residential environment
  • Positive evaluations on resident satisfaction surveys

Rebuilding lives with care

Clinically trained and experienced staff members at Healthwin are focused on providing a continuum of care that extends from superior rehabilitation services and comprehensive, skilled nursing care to functional transition into the community and appropriate outpatient services.

Our rehabilitation services include:

  • Physical therapy – to improve your strength, endurance and balance to a level where you can perform activities independently
  • Occupational therapy – to restore fine-motor functions you need for tasks of everyday living
  • Speech therapy – to recover communication skills and improve your ability to eat and swallow safely