Our Staff:

  • Summer Brown
    Cell 423-802-9572
  • Ashlee Chandler
    Cell 423-598-8176
  • Katrina Shahani
    Cell 423-208-6838
  • Rebecca Haas
    Cell 423-260-0634
  • Kim Millians
    Cell 423-322-2934
  • Carla Cates Polk
    Cell 423-463-6309

Skilled Nursing Care

Skilled Care refers to extended inpatient hospital-type care requiring the expertise of licensed medical personnel or therapist on a daily basis.

Sub-acute care is a very high level of care that offers a step-down unit for patients who have been in intensive care. Patients severely injured in automobile accidents, with spinal cord injuries, or with other trauma injuries benefit from intensively caring and highly skilled approach to treatment. The sub-acute care includes specialized care such as rehabilitation and pain management..

Planning and careful coordination of rehabilitative therapies can begin early in the patient's care. The healing and rehabilitative process is improved by the teamwork and interaction among skilled nursing staff and multi-disciplined therapists.  The nursing staff takes a multi-disciplined approach to care planning. The emphasis is on setting the stage for rehabilitative therapy through maintaining the patient's health and motivating the patient.

The significance of the nursing staff goes far beyond the broad range of skills, technical expertise, and specialized training. The loving, caring atmosphere that they create is the heart of the healing process. Whether provided for several weeks or several months, skilled health care services are designed to complement a hospital stay or in many cases be a substitute for one.