Benefits to Active Duty Military and VA Patients
CareMeridian offers active duty servicemen and VA patients specialized care from skilled medical and rehabilitation professionals in a non-institutional setting.
At CareMeridian we:
- Are able to receive patients from the Veterans Home that have become too medically complex
- Can be utilized as a holding facility for patients waiting for an open bed at the Veterans Home, allowing them to continue to have their medical and rehabilitation needs met by experienced, caring staff
- Are part of the recovery continuum for returning wounded warriors
- Accept patients for short- or long-term stays and patients with complex long-term medical issues for permanent living options
- Assist injured soldiers in the community re-entry process through home and workplace evaluations combined with community integration to provide maximum independence and safety upon discharge
Our Care Programs for Veterans and Military Personnel
- Acquired Brain Injury (traumatic, anoxic, aneurysms/bleeds, cerebral vascular accidents)
- Spinal Cord Injuries (all levels, including Halo care)
- Complex Wound Care (including Vac therapy)
- Pulmonary (including vent care and weaning, trach care, suctioning and decannulation)
- Congenital Disorders (including anomalies, Cerebral Palsy and Spina Bifida)
- Amputee Care
- Neuromuscular Disorders (including GuillainBarre, Muscular Dystrophy and Myasthenia Gravis)
- Medically Complex (including multiple trauma/fractures; multiple IV antibiotic therapy; isolation; and TPN, G – and J-tube feedings)
- Orthopedically Complex (including multiple trauma/fractures, external fixator care, and non-weight-bearing)
- High-Intensity Rehabilitation (licensed physical, occupational and speech therapists; recreational therapy, neuropsychological services, social work services and community integration)
Our Care Team
With an industry leading 1:4 staff-to-patient ratio and 24/7 care, CareMeridian offers individualized care plans and personalized attention with our Interdisciplinary Treatment Team composed of: physicians; nurses; case managers; social workers; physical, speech, occupational therapists and neuropsychological specialists; activities directors; and dieticians.
Download our brochure to learn more about CareMeridian’s services for active duty military and VA patients.