Receive expert, person-centered healthcare support.
Where professionalism meets compassion.
Choose long- or short-term skilled nursing care at Concordia’s Oklahoma City skilled nursing and rehabilitation community and you’ll be in good hands. Our skilled, compassionate nursing team will assist you in achieving your best in an encouraging, dignified, respectful and supportive environment.
We’re dedicated to giving residents expert medical assistance along with the personal engagement and social involvement they desire. Because we have a low staff-to-resident ratio, our team members are able to work together to create and manage a customized support plan unique to each individual.
Concordia’s team members seek not only to enhance physical well-being, but also to acknowledge and complement each individual’s spiritual, emotional, cognitive and social well-being. To fulfill this purpose, social, wellness and recreational programs provide opportunities for personal growth, purpose, joy and the pursuit of new experiences. A full range of programs designed to educate, stimulate and entertain is offered.
Every skilled nursing care resident at Concordia receives the time and attention they deserve, including a level of trust and friendship that emphasizes not only their quality of care, but also their quality of life.
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FAQs about Skilled Nursing & Rehabilitation
What is short-term rehabilitation?
Short-term nursing and rehabilitation care centers provide housing, medical and rehabilitative therapies to people of all ages recovering from illness, injury or surgery in order to successfully transition from an acute care hospital stay to home. Rehabilitative therapies provided at short-term rehab centers may include physical, occupational, speech and respiratory therapy. Short-term rehabilitation may also be referred to as “skilled nursing care”. Care and therapies provided in this setting may be covered by Medicare.
What are the different levels of nursing care available?
Skilled nursing and rehabilitation centers are for those recovering from illness, injury or surgery. Many patients need additional medical and rehabilitative therapies before successfully transitioning from hospital to home. Some choose to make a skilled nursing center their permanent home. Typically, this means residents need medical supervision and support that can no longer be provided at home safely. Many times patients transitioning home from a hospital or skilled nursing center still need some medical and rehabilitative support. Home care can provide this assistance along with medication management, education about a newly diagnosed disease, lifestyle changes and IV care. Assisted living centers are designed for those who still want to retain their independence but need some assistance with taking medications, bathing, dressing or meal preparation. Some assisted living centers are specifically for patients with Alzheimer’s disease. Programming is focused on maintaining skills and retaining quality of life. Hospice care is available for patients diagnosed with a life-limiting illness. Hospice can provide the physical, emotional and spiritual support to patients and their families to help work through this challenging time.
What should I look for when selecting a hospice care provider?
Hospice providers should ensure that your loved one spends his or her final days in comfort. Ask the agency about staff knowledge. Do they have volunteers and counselors trained for your specific needs? Are they focused on meeting your loved one’s and family’s wishes? Will they provide support for mind, body and spirit? Do they have testimonials from satisfied families? Can you speak to them? Are they CHAP-accredited?
What services and amenities are available with skilled nursing?
- Fully furnished private and semi-private rooms with private baths
- Access to a full continuum of care, independent living, assisted living and memory care
- 24-hour licensed care
- Individualized plans based on an individual’s overall health, social and psychological well-being and nutritional and spiritual preference
- Senior rehabilitation therapy
- Restorative therapy
- Therapy, pain and wound care
- Therapeutic diets
- Assistance with activities of daily living
- Housekeeping and flat linen service
- Scheduled transportation
- State-of-the-art equipment and treatment program
- 24-hour emergency response system
- Short- and long-term care
- Planned social functions and wellness programs
- A diverse calendar of activities and events
- Full-service dining with three chef-prepared meals daily
- Pet visitation therapy
- Beauty salon/barbershop
- Living room/lounge
- Room and grounds maintenance
What should I look for when choosing a skilled nursing and rehabilitation center?
For short-term stays focused on rehabbing a patient returning home, ask the center about its successful outcomes treating patients with your or your loved one’s illness, injury or disease. Ask about the staff’s knowledge about post-hospital care. Tour the center to get a feel for cleanliness, friendliness of staff and amenities that are important to you. Ask to sample food and visit with patients similar to you or your loved one.
Meet Our Rehabilitation Therapist:
Trish is the RehabCare Program Director and Occupational Therapist at Concordia Life Care Community. She attended the Norman Campus of the University of Oklahoma from 1996-1999 and entered the Health Sciences Center in 1999. She graduated from the OUHSC in 2002 with the degree of Master of Occupational Therapy, has been in RehabCare since 2004 and started working at Concordia in 2007 when the community opened. Her favorite vacation spot is the Rocky Mountains and shared that she enjoys doing anything outside and taking in God’s great Creation.