accommodations

Resident Rooms

We offer 364 skilled nursing beds plus two respite suites. Of the 364 beds, 72 are designated as short-term rehabilitation beds and are on our first floor. Most of our rooms are semi-private suites divided by a wall for privacy and have the feel of a private room. There is a shared bathroom with vanity for each resident. There are also a limited number of private rooms available, each with their own bathroom. There are separate personal care rooms for private showering on all units.

If admitted to a short-term rehabilitation unit, your room will have a television with cable access, a phone for all local calls, as well as a laptop computer for your use.

If admitted as a long-term resident, your social worker will assist you in setting up phone service if desired. You are welcome to bring a television for your room which our maintenance department will set up for you. Each room is furnished with a chair, medical bed, closet, chest of drawers, and a bedside table with a lamp and a locked drawer for any personal belongings. All clothing and belongings must be given to the nurse on your unit for labeling and will be returned to your room.

Each room is furnished with a chair, medical bed, closet, chest of drawers, and a bedside table with a lamp and a locked drawer for any personal belongings you wish.

Making Your Room Your Own

We encourage you to bring small furniture items, houseplants, small radios and televisions, and decorations, such as throw pillows, pictures, and afghans, to make your room feel comfortable and more like home. When bringing in personal items, it is important to make sure your name is clearly written on each item.

Furniture

Feel free to bring small furniture items, such as chairs, tables or shelves, with you to make your stay more comfortable. Please contact your social worker to make arrangements.

Valuables

We strongly urge you not to bring—or keep with you—valuables such as watches, rings, jewelry, irreplaceable mementos, wallets or credit cards. We also ask that you do not bring large amounts of money. If you want to bring money, we encourage you to open a personal account with our finance office, which has convenient banking hours.

Note: Our staff takes pride in caring for you and your family. Please refrain from offering tips or gifts to individual staff members and volunteers, as they are not permitted to accept gratuities.

Smoking

Schervier Nursing Care Center is a smoke-free facility on a smoke-free campus. Residents, patients, visitors and employees are not allowed to smoke anywhere on the property.

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