Short- and Long-Term Skilled Nursing
Comprehensive, Compassionate Care
There’s a reason it’s called skilled nursing care. It can only be effectively provided by trained, experienced medical professionals. And at The Woodlands, our team truly cares for you.
If you or a loved one needs daily medical care for an extended period of time, you’ll find a comprehensive spectrum of truly skilled care right here, even if you’re not an existing resident. Our staff of licensed professionals is available around-the-clock to offer short-term care, as well as long-term care. They get to know you so they can create a personalized care plan just for you. And you’ll be so much more than a patient — you’ll be part of the family.
We’re Medicare Part A-certified for short-term skilled nursing and rehabilitation stays, and we also offer senior rehabilitation therapy services.
Skilled nursing care services
- Individualized care plans
- Regular, personal assessments
- Licensed nursing staff on-site 24/7
- Chef-prepared meals
- Customized lifestyle programming to maximize socialization & interaction
- Senior rehabilitation therapy services such as physical, occupational & speech therapy
- Emergency call system
- Pharmacy delivery
- Access to geriatric physician & geriatric nurse practitioner
- Assistance with activities of daily living (such as bathing, dressing, personal grooming & daily bed-making)
- Medication management provided by licensed nurse
- Regular scheduled housekeeping
- Enclosed courtyard for walking
- Transportation to local medical appointments
- On-site beauty salon & barbershop
What else can we tell you about our short- and long-term skilled nursing facility? Use the contact form to reach out with questions.
Skilled Nursing Floor Plan
Skilled nursing residents have a private suite with a bathroom and access to a secure courtyard, beauty/barbershop and nurses station. See the private suite floor plan.
What is skilled nursing care?
Short- or long-term skilled care by trained professionals is often part of post-hospital care after illness or an injury. Some conditions that could require a stay at a skilled nursing facility are:
- Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
- Cardiac failure
- Congestive heart failure
- Fall-related injury
- Hip or bone fracture
- Orthopedic surgery
- Parkinson’s disease
What personal items can skilled nursing residents bring for their stay?
Residents are welcome to bring belongings that personalize their rooms, including wall décor, photographs and collectibles. And if there’s a favorite recliner, let us know and we’ll see if we can accommodate.
Does one need to be an existing resident of The Woodlands to receive skilled nursing care?
We accept direct admission into skilled nursing.