Short-Term Rehabilitation

Short-term Rehabilitation: Long-term Success

Our short-term rehabilitation supports those needing a little extra care after a hospital stay for surgery, illness, or injury. Good Samaritan Home helps individuals regain the life skills required for daily living, in our state of the art facility. With therapy and skilled nursing care, we’ll help you restore your daily function so you can safely return home, or reach the highest level of independence possible.

We offer 28 Medicare certified beds in Eber Gardens and McReynolds Center neighborhoods. We provide highly skilled levels of nursing and rehabilitation services following at least a three-night inpatient hospital stay (observation status days do not count towards Medicare’s requirements). If you have a Medicare Advantage Replacement Plan, preauthorization is required from your insurance company. A waiver program is available to individuals meeting certain criteria. Ask our admissions office for more details.

Some of the services Good Samaritan Home Staff can provide are daily physical, occupational, or speech therapy needed after major surgery;  IV services; daily treated wound care or wound packing; a new feeding tube; a new colostomy; a new nephrostomy; and ileostomy services. Our staff will work with residents and their families to develop a plan of care that will best suit individual needs.

Length of stay varies with each patient based on Medicare criteria.

Residents in the short-term rehab can participate in any daily activities or outings. They can also take advantage of all amenities and services Good Sam offers. Rates include luxurious private rooms and bathrooms with three meals daily, activities, light housekeeping, phone, cable, and internet.

Let us assist you in your recovery process! Tell your doctor and family; Good Samaritan Home is where you want to recuperate during short-term rehab! For more information, contact our Admissions Office at 217-223-8717 or email cindy.gilbert@gshq.org. Visit our Admission Information for more details on how to apply >

Photos of Short-Term Rehabilitation Areas