Versailles Health Care Center provides both short-term rehabilitation and long-term care at the highest standards. We provide comprehensive skilled nursing care using state-of-the-art medical equipment and progressive treatment plans promoting quality care.
We offer a 39-bed Transitional Care Unit with 9 private suites that is separate from our long-term care residents. Our skilled services make up approximately 30% of our current population. We provide a variety of skilled nursing services including, but not limited to IV therapy, severe wound management, medication management, ostomy training and management, trach care, and more. Coupled with our rehab partners who provide physical, occupational and speech therapy, our team helps each resident recuperate to their highest functioning level. Most of our skilled residents come to us from an acute care hospital for ongoing attention for their specific illness for a short time, regain strength and return to their home. In the past year, we have discharged over 150 residents back home after successfully completing their specific rehab program.
Here are just a few things that make us unique:
- Highly trained and experienced Registered Nurses, Licensed Vocational Nurses, and Certified Nursing Assistants
- Diabetic management
- Bowel and bladder management
- Enteral therapy
- IV therapy
- Ostomy care (stable and new)
- Post-acute surgical care
- Pre-surgery registration
- Wound care/wound vac
- Orthopedic-Fracture Recovery
- Pulmonary Rehabilitation
- Chronic Heart Failure Program
- Cardiac Recovery Program
- Stroke Recovery Program
- Wound Care and Skin Management
- Diabetic Management & Education
- Pain Management & Education
- Continence Improvement Program
- Contracture Management & Education
- Respiratory Specialty Program
- Outpatient Therapy
- Interdisciplinary Walking Rounds
Respite Care is the provision of short-term, temporary relief for those who are caring for family members or friends with medical needs. Versailles Health Care Center will care for your loved one if you need a break for vacation, a business trip, an illness or any other reason that you may need to be away for a short time. Please call our Admissions Director with any further questions regarding scheduling a respite admission.
What is needed for Respite Care?
- A physician’s order for admission.
- A current history and physical from the physician dated within 5 days of admission.
- Respite stays can range from just a few days to as long as you need.
- Residents can bring in their own labeled medications.