January 28, 2019 | Blog, Long-Term Care, Memory Support, Rehabilitation
Have Questions About Wesbury’s Long-term Care and Rehabilitation? Read Answers to Our Top 7 Questions
1) Where do I begin the long-term care admission process? and What paperwork or information do I need to bring for admission?
- Power of attorney, living will or any advance directives
- Medical insurance or prescription cards
- Income and asset information
- Veterans information, benefits and cards
- Photo Identification or driver’s license
2) Am I able to plan my rehab recovery at Wesbury?
Yes, if you have a scheduled surgery you can plan to rehab at Wesbury and return back home afterwards.
Below is Wesbury’s Rehab Planning Guide:
Schedule a tour of Wesbury’s Grace Rehabilitation and Health Center:
- Call Admissions at 814-332-9233 as soon as possible to discuss the details of your stay and arrange a tour. She will assist you in coordinating your stay and answering your questions.
- Talk to current residents and ask about their experiences to give you a good idea of what to expect.
- Meet the staff and see where you’ll be staying.
Assemble your paperwork:
- Before surgery, you’ll need to gather some important documents, they include:
- State-issued photo ID
- Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security, Health Insurance, and Prescription Drug Cards
- Advanced Directives
- Any applicable Power of Attorney paperwork
When you arrive at the hospital:
Notify your case manager or discharge planner that you will rehab with Wesbury so they can coordinate everything with us.
When rehab is complete and you’re ready to go home:
We’ll arrange at-home services through VNA Alliance and Wesbury at Home. All of the details will be handled by knowledgeable Wesbury staff, making your rehab and return home worry free.
3) How do I pay for my stay?
4) My primary care physician doesn’t come to your facility, who will be my doctor?
5) Is there a waiting list?
6) Can I visit my loved one at any time?
7) Are the rooms private?
Grace Rehabilitation and Health Center offers all private accommodations with private bathrooms in the Short term rehabilitation neighborhood and the Memory Support Neighborhoods. There are both private accommodations with private bath and those with a shared bath in the Long Term Care neighborhoods.