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Philadelphia, PA

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Learn More About Skilled Nursing at Cathedral Village

    Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Services Based on Your Unique Needs

    Cathedral Village provides 24-hour personalized care and special services at our newly renovated on-site skilled nursing and rehabilitation center, the Bishop White Lodge, to Cathedral Village residents based on their unique individual needs.

    Our services include a range of long- and short-term skilled nursing care services including rehabilitation therapy, care for people with Alzheimer’s Disease and other forms of memory impairment, respite and hospice services. In addition, if you are admitted for a respite stay, recuperative care, or short stay rehabilitation, our discharge planning support will help to ensure everything is ready for your return home.

    Cathedral Village also accepts individuals from the surrounding area for long-term skilled nursing care on a per diem basis, or short-term skilled nursing and rehabilitation services which is usually covered by Medicare or other forms of insurance.

    During their short-term rehabilitation stay, patients recover in rooms equipped with flat-screen televisions, complimentary cable/wi-fi and views of our beautifully landscaped grounds. Other features include: healing garden, spa-like facility with whirlpool and showers, full service hair salon, chef-prepared meals in a spacious dining room and unlimited visiting hours.

    Skilled Nursing and
    Rehabilitation

    As with all levels in our continuum of care, our licensed nursing staff works in concert with residents and their families—as well as the rest of our team—to ensure each individual’s needs are met and that services are adjusted as those needs change. Below is a list of the types of diagnosis and post-acute care frequently treated by our team:

    Features

    • Cardiac Rehabilitation
    • Dysphagia (swallowing difficulties)
    • IV Therapy
    • Joint Replacement/Fractures
    • Orthopedics
    • Pain Management
    • Pain Management and Prosthetic Management
    • Post-Surgical Recovery
    • Stroke/Neurologic Events
    • Sustained Illness or Injuries
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