These days, it’s common for a patient to be discharged from a hospital before they are able to safely and successfully return home. Following a hospital stay for an illness, operation or injury, additional time, support and care in a professional healthcare setting is essential to helping the patient fully recuperate, regain strength and successfully return home.
If you are in need of such care, short-term rehabilitation and skilled nursing at Williamsburg Landing in Williamsburg, VA is the ideal solution. Offering the nursing care, rehabilitation therapies, time and support you need, our short-term rehabilitation and skilled nursing program provides the medical management and physical, occupational and speech rehabilitation therapies to help you regain strength and safely return home.
Short-term rehabilitation and skilled nursing care is ideal for those recovering from (but not limited to):
- Joint replacement surgery
- Cardiopulmonary disease
- Illness or injury
- Any surgery
Williamsburg Landing’s Short-Term Rehabilitation and Skilled Nursing Team
Our medical professionals from a variety of disciplines work together as a team to deliver personalized care that meets individual needs and supports optimal outcomes.
Our team includes:
- A Medical director experienced in geriatrics
- A Nurse Practicioner, Registered nurses, licensed practical nurses and certified nursing assistants
- Physical, occupational and speech therapists
- Dietary and nutrition specialists
Personalized Rehabilitation in Williamsburg, VA
Depending upon your individual needs, you can receive the short-term rehabilitation care and therapy as an inpatient or an outpatient basis in the skilled nursing center located on the campus of Williamsburg Landing in Williamsburg, VA.
"As you know, an injury to an elderly loved one causes great concern amid a lot of uncertainty. The compassion, professionalism, skill and friendliness of the rehab team made this experience most positive. Let us express special appreciation to the wonderful medical staff, from medical director to the nurses, CNAs and other support staff, who were attentive to needs, encouraging and thoughtful. The dining room staff were always so attentive and warm and our experiences with support staff of all sorts made the experience much easier to address and much more comfortable for all involved."
- Mr. and Mrs. John M., family of Short-Term Skilled Care Resident