St. Luke’s Home provides skilled care (also called nursing home care or skilled nursing care) for individuals who require ongoing long-term care.
Moving into a skilled nursing center can be one of the most important and positive decisions you can make for yourself or your loved one. At St. Luke’s, your quality of life is improved with assistance with daily living activities, professional medical services, therapy, dietary assistance, and life enrichment activities. You deserve to be cared for by professionals with resources designed to meet your needs – including 24/7 clinical oversight and care, medication management, therapeutic social interactions and more. We encourage and assist individuals to live with dignity and promote their independence.
St. Luke’s Home participates in the Medicare and Medicaid programs and accepts both private and long-term care insurance as appropriate
Contact Michelle Spangler, Admission Coordinator/Case Manager at (701) 456-8259 or by firstname.lastname@example.org .com or Aileen Paluck, Social Services at (701) 456-8249 or email@example.com for more information.
Online Admission Application
SHORT TERM TRANSITIONAL REHABILITATIVE CARE
Recovering from surgery or a major healthcare event can be difficult and often takes more than just a few days. Working together to help you achieve the best possible outcome while providing nursing care and personalized rehabilitation, our goal is to not only get you home safe, but help you stay there. We work with you to focus on recovery, gaining strength and function, as well as education to care for any ongoing conditions.
Our therapy partners – Therapy Solutions – encourages continued recovery and seeks to restore quality and independence to daily living. Using state-of-the-art equipment, our clinical team of nurses, therapists and social workers interact one-on-one with you, to provide a comprehensive program of rehabilitation.
From reliable on-site case management to expert nursing, to innovative rehabilitation techniques, our goal is to maximize functional abilities and have you safely return home at your highest level of independence.
- Intravenous therapy
- Social workers
- Respiratory recovery
- Cardiac Recovery
- Post-surgical care
- Rehabilitative care following orthopedic surgery