Alderwood Health & Rehab provides exceptional skilled nursing, transitional and long-term care to residents and visiting patients.
This 50-bed health center provides rehabilitative care to help patients recover from an acute injury, surgery or illness. It also offers long-term care to those who require a high level of ongoing medical services.
Alderwood Health & Rehab maintains:
Alderwood’s 36 private and seven semi-private rooms provide home-like comfort, featuring:
Alderwood residents dine on nutritious, chef-prepared meals in a restaurant-quality dining room.
All Residents have access to a full program of life enrichment, social, physical and spiritual activities. Designed by skilled activity professionals, these opportunities can create lasting friendships.
Social services and physical, occupational and speech therapies are available to assist residents in maintaining the highest possible level of independence.
Alderwood Health & Rehab is ideal for visiting patients in need of physical therapy, occupational therapy, skilled nursing care or speech-language pathology services.
Our Medical Director from Central Ohio Primary Care leads the Health Center team in providing exceptional care. You can feel confident knowing that physicians who specialize in senior medicine supervise healthcare for yourself or a loved one.
After any hospitalization, our skilled nursing team is available to provide 24-hour care and emergency assistance by professionally trained medical staff.
Our expert nurses help you recover in a comfortable environment.
When it’s time to make the transition to more permanent care, Alderwood Health & Rehab can provide the services to keep you happy and comfortable within our facility.
We offer a wide range of personalized care and services to our residents, including assistance with the activities of daily living.
We are committed to helping you regain your sense of well-being and independence so you can return to the life you treasure.
At our rehab center, you are surrounded by a group of highly trained professionals who care about you. They will work as a team to help you prepare for life outside of the rehab center.
Your program director works with the interdisciplinary team to individualize and coordinate your treatment plan.
Your physical therapist will teach you exercises that can help improve your balance, strength and mobility. If necessary, they will also instruct on safe and correct use of mobility devices, such as a walker, cane, brace or artificial limb.
Your occupational therapist will focus on improving your everyday living skills including bathing, dressing and eating. They may also train you on equipment that will help you better perform these activities.
If needed, your speech-language pathologist will assess and treat your communication, memory, problem-solving and reasoning skills. They may also evaluate and treat difficulties with swallowing.