Post-acute rehabilitation services are for people of all ages who no longer need hospital care, but would benefit from additional therapy and care before returning home following injury, illness or surgery. Our Medicare-certified post-acute rehab programs feature therapy gyms and include physical, occupational and speech therapy.
Post-acute rehabilitation services
When you receive post-acute care here, you'll find 24-hour skilled nursing care, and you'll recover in a comfortable and supportive atmosphere as you work toward your goals.
And best of all, your rehab therapy team will tailor our services to your individual needs, helping you recover as quickly and safely as possible.
Our specially trained nursing staff members deliver the quality care and services needed for a successful stay. They are focused on returning guests to their previous living environments as quickly as possible.
Services may include clinical assessments, care planning, and the implementation of services such as IV/TPN therapy, enteral therapy, specialized wound care, pain management and tracheostomy care.
Additionally, our clinical services for post-acute guests include a medical director from Stillwater Medical Group as well as a nurse practitioner who specializes in the senior population and makes rounds at our community regularly.
Licensed social workers are available to help plan a guest’s transition from our post-acute care to home or the next level of care.
They also assist guests and families with arrangements for after-care services, such as home care and home medical supplies.
Your transition home:
Home care services and LivingWell@Home technologies are available from Good Samaritan Society – Home Care.
A representative will meet with guests to determine the best after-care options available.
- Certified in complex and specialized wound care
- Fall prevention
- Balance and walking programs
- Pain management: ultrasound, electrical stimulation, massage and hot/cold therapy
- Sensory integration
- Hand rehabilitation
- Home modification
- Post-surgical care
- IV/TPN therapy
- Upper and lower extremity splinting
- Manual/manipulation therapy
- Urinary incontinence
- Certified achievement in pelvic floor physical therapy
For our post-acute guests, comfort is key. That is why our all-private rooms are equipped with items you may need during the transition from hospital to home, including:
- A flat-screen TV
- Secure wireless internet access
- Private telephone
- Electric adjustable bed
You also have seasonal access to an outdoor courtyard.
Restaurant-style dining features daily homemade entree options. Meals are available in our dining room or can be delivered to guests in their rooms.
A registered dietitian is available to assist with special needs or requests.
“The entire staff at Good Sam is absolutely the best at expert care and tender loving care. I lacked for nothing during my stay.” – Arthur Schaefer, former post-acute rehab resident
"Good Samaritan is a very exceptional place to heal and recover following surgery, an injury and/or many other health issues. The rooms are spacious, comfortable, clean and handicap-accessible. The staff is pleasant, caring, smiling, and willing to assist with many needs. The dining room is bright, neat, clean, and the food service is tops. The white tablecloths and blue napkins are special. The food is very good. Deb and Gary, food servers, always make sure everyone gets their choices correct, served promptly with the best presentation. Any special requests are honored promptly. Being able to dine and visit with other folks here makes mealtime pleasant. How could we not improve and get well in an environment with so may willing helpers and pleasant surroundings?" – Florence Grunwald, former post-acute rehab resident
"My mother-in-law, Dot Turner, stayed at Good Samaritan after her hip replacement surgery. When looking for a transitional care facility for our mother, we researched and personally toured several facilities. When we visited Good Samaritan Society – Stillwater, we knew what my mother-in-law meant when she said, 'Everyone is someone at Good Samaritan.' We felt the warmth and positive energy of the caring staff, and instantly knew that our mother would be cared for by an incredible team of health care providers." – Debbie Turner and Donna Geihe, daughters of former post-acute rehab resident
“The people here are the best! They are always ready to help with anything. They always have smiles. They know what to do for us. I will tell everyone about the happy faces. God bless you all, you have made the days great. 'Friends forever!' Thanks for everything.”
“I have discovered many new things about myself. It was comfortable here and felt like home. I enjoyed my large room and how clean it was. I see the staff as loving angels. I learned what being humble and grateful mean. I will be sad to leave here.”
“I couldn't have had a better experience, or have met nicer people than all of you here, and it's not just the therapy people. From housekeeping on up, everyone has been great. All of you were so kind and caring. The therapists are the best.”
"Everyone must love their job — they are always 'up.' Not one frown in about 20 days. You all do a great job both physically and emotionally."
"Wouldn't go any other place!"
"The staff in all departments are wonderful. Great care and attention. Some went beyond. I love all you people. Thank you!"
"Excellent care from the nurses and aides. You can tell they are all caring people."
“Comparing my care at other facilities after spine and hip surgeries, I rate your staff A-1. The “cloud nine" vertigo attention could not have been better. The therapy staff was pleasant, knowledgeable and respectful to patient need. That's not often found anymore. If my need recurs, I’ll be back in a heartbeat (if you will let me in)."