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Sanford Health St. Vincent's Continuing Care Center

Services

  • 24-hour skilled nursing: Professional, quality nursing care is provided around the clock by a team of registered nurses, licensed practical nurses and certified nursing assistants.
  • Rehabilitation services: The rehabilitation team creates an individualized treatment plan to meet your specific needs. The team members' objective is to play an integral role in helping you regain your health and reach your maximum functional ability.
      Therapies: Physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy are offered in addition to restorative nursing services.
  • Nutrition services: The dining experience is an important part of a resident's medical and social well-being. Therefore, meeting the nutritional needs of our residents with well-balanced meals and snacks is just one part of a resident's overall plan of care.
  • Case management: Case managers plan, implement, coordinate, monitor and evaluate options and services to best meet our residents' needs.
  • 24-hour pastoral care: Pastoral care provides for the spiritual needs for all residents of Sanford Health St. Vincent's Continuing Care Center.
      St. Vincent’s chapel offers daily Mass at 11 a.m. except for Fridays when the worship service is Protestant. Daily rosary is at 4 p.m. except for Fridays when a communion service is offered.
  • Other services and amenities
      •IV therapy: Residents can receive intravenous therapies onsite.
    •Tracheotomies: Care is provided for residents requiring tracheotomy tubes.
    •Tube feeding: Tube feedings provide nutrition to residents who are unable to swallow.

Therapies

Physical therapy
Skilled physical therapy treatments include:
  • Training in areas of bed mobility, transfers and gait (with or without an assistive device)
  • Treatment of lower extremity functional limitations
  • Strength training and coordination
  • Range of motion therapy

Occupational therapy
An occupational therapy treatment plan may include:
  • Fine and gross motor control development
  • One-handed dressing techniques, grooming, bathing and home management skills
  • Training in the use of self-help aids
  • Cognitive skills development
  • Upper body strengthening and coordination
  • Home evaluation to assess need for adaptive equipment and to promote safety

Speech therapy
Therapy may include:
  • Receptive/expressive language therapy
  • Aural rehabilitation
  • Swallowing management

Restorative nursing
Restorative nursing services are provided to maintain optimal physical, mental and social functioning after skilled therapy services are no longer required. Services are under the direct supervision of a registered nurse and are normally provided by specially trained certified nurse assistants.

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