What we give our patients every day is the chance for a better tomorrow.
Hope. It’s what every family looks for when searching for a subacute care facility for their catastrophically ill or injured loved one. CareMeridian offers hope for families with our unique care model:
- Industry leading 1:4 staff-to-patient ratio
- Hospital-like services in a non-institutional setting
- 24-hour specialty nursing care
- State-of-the-art medical and therapy technology and services
- Proven treatment experience pertaining to traumatic brain injury rehabilitation, spinal cord rehabilitation and long term pediatric care
- Experience in treating medically complex cases requiring ventilator care, oxygen, tracheostomy tubes, gastrointestinal tubes and intravenous therapy
Our specialized care model has proven successful in helping patients regain their highest possible level of functioning.
Every step in patient recovery can make a big difference.
Our care teams treat the same patients on a daily basis, making them better able to detect even small improvements in functioning. Then they can immediately alter the patient’s individualized care plan to promote further progress in traumatic brain injury rehabilitation and other subacute care.
Home-like environments offer comfort and faster recovery.
Another unique feature about CareMeridian is that our subacute care facilities look like the homes in your neighborhood. Features include individually decorated rooms, fully equipped kitchens, landscaped backyards for outdoor therapeutic activities and entertainment areas where patients and families can relax.
We have no limits on age…or recovery potential.
Catastrophic injuries or illnesses can happen to anyone at any time in their life. That is why CareMeridian has no age requirements for our short-term, long-term, and life care programs.
CareMeridian’s innovative facility design, proactive patient care and proven experience result in fewer re-hospitalization discharges and greater quality of life improvements for patients and it has been that way since 1989.