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    Patient Centered Rehabilitation Therapy

    • Eliminate or prevent impairments.
    • Minimize the impact of physical limitations.
    • Accelerate recovery.
    • Restore a patient’s independence.
    • Compensate for physical limitations to the highest possible level.
    • Teach the use of assistive equipment.
    • Develop the highest level of communication possible.
    • Teach the family and staff methods of communication with those persons having speech or hearing impairments.
    • Reduce the frustrations brought on by a breakdown in communication.

    Compassionate Clinical Services

    • IV/enteral/parental/therapies
    • Respiratory Therapy: including tracheostomy management
      • COPD
      • Cardio-Pulmonary Rehab
    • Acute & Chronic Wound Care Management
    • Negative Pressure Wound Therapy
    • Post-Surgical Recovery
    • CVA & Cognitive Rehab Recovery
    • Joint Replacement Rehabilitation
    • Pain Management & Education
    • Dialysis Management
    • Total integration of EHR between pharmacy, MD/NP, LAB/RAD, & therapy department

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    Our Culture is Centered on Compassion

    That is why the Focused Care model first and foremost promotes the expectation of excellence in the provision of health care services targeted to the individual and personalized needs of our residents. Our team members’ mission is not only to enhance the health outcomes of patients but also to make their Focused Care experience meaningful.

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    A Message From Focused Care's Founder

    Mark McKenzie, CEO

    November Founder’s Message

    The Power of Rural Healthcare

     

    I’ve been pretty vocal as of late raising the challenges facing rural health care, in particular skilled nursing care. National Rural Health Day on November 17th is a commemorative day set aside for those of us who work in rural health care to celebrate our commitment to American’s rural towns and citizens and hopefully, be recognized for the important work we do.  But I’m hoping, and working toward ensuring, that this awareness lasts longer than 24 hours.

    When rural health care receives attention, it is typically about rural hospitals – a critically important service for rural communities.  Federal reimbursement policy is discussed at great length, data and research show rural hospital closures, diminishing access to care in the hospital setting for our small town residents.  This is all true and critically important. But we need to include rural skilled nursing in the conversation as part of the post acute care continuum, and a very important part as with some of the most vulnerable residents, we are their home, their family and their caregivers to the end. That’s an incredible privilege we have and a unique one.

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