General & Admission Information

To make the admission process more relaxed, you should be prepared to discuss the following:

Residents General Information

This may include the residents:

  • name
  • Social Security number
  • date of birth
  • medical conditions, such as diabetes and allergies
  • medical history, including recent surgery

Behavior issues

Knowing the resident’s usual personality can help the staff become aware of the changes. Also, tell staff about any memory problems.

Personal Care Issues

The staff will need to know:

  • If needs help dressing
  • bathing
  • eating
  • routine for getting up and going to bed

Other Details

Be ready to provide:

  • information about the resident’s history (occupation, education, etc)
  • emergency telephone numbers
  • Insurance, Social Security and Medicare/Medicaid Information
  • information about any religious preferences
  • copy of Long Term Care Insurance Policy if have one

Type of Payment

The following methods are accepted

  • Medicare
  • Medicaid
  • Insurance
  • Private

The resident and his or her family will:

  • Meet the staff¬†and other residents
  • Tour the facilities: resident’s may feel more comfortable knowing the location of the dining room, activity room and other common areas of the facility
  • Set up the resident’s room
  • Make a list of personal belongings: Everything the resident brings into the nursing home should be listed on the resident personal inventory sheet in there chart.

Call or stop by for a Tour

Christen Robinson – Administrator
Lori Redmond – RN/Director of Nursing
Rose Heidrick – Social Service Designee