It's not every day a new skilled nursing center opens. In fact, as insurance and government payers are encouraging more in-home care, new skilled nursing facilities are a rarity. This leaves adults who need this care few choices. However, a not-for-profit Nashville company is bucking the trend by opening a beautiful new healthcare campus in Spring Hill, TN. This center will serve individuals who need a variety of care, including skilled nursing, inpatient and outpatient rehab therapy, short- and long-term stays, and assisted living.
The Reserve at Spring Hill, located at 2000 Reserve Boulevard, is now open to serve middle Tennessee families who are looking for a better care option. As the city of Spring Hill continues to grow rapidly with more seniors moving to be closer to family and friends, local care is becoming increasingly important to keep families together and engaged.
Executive Director Sharon Warren has received phone calls from individuals in Columbia, Spring Hill, and Franklin who want to tour and learn how this modern community can meet the needs of their loved ones. "We have families calling in which mom may need skilled nursing and dad just needs assisted living. Unlike many area centers, we can offer care under the same roof to both individuals. Not only are the spouses able to be close to one another, but family members also find convenience and opportunity to spend more time together when visiting our center. With nurses 24/7 for our assisted living residents, strong clinical programming, and our contemporary, beautiful center, we are challenging the paradigm of care. The Reserve at Spring Hill is not the nursing home and senior community of yesteryear."
The Reserve at Spring Hill continues to buck the trend in what most individuals consider typical for a nursing home. From the beautiful furnishings and artwork throughout, to the center offering all private rooms - that's right, no one shares a room at this community - The Reserve at Spring Hill feels more like home and less like a clinical setting. "Residents have a private bedroom and bathroom; plus, the rooms are huge!" continued Warren.
The Reserve at Spring Hill is undoubtedly a model of contemporary care by recognizing that individuals often want to return home as soon as possible. With the Rapid Recovery Program, guests may stay as little as 12 days and receive intensive therapy so that they can return home and get back to their daily life. Gone are the days of three months of therapy before discharge. "Active adults want to get back to their lifestyle of work, volunteering, and interacting with friends and family on a daily basis. Our Rapid Recovery Program revolves around the need to transition back to the daily activities of life," explained Warren.
The Reserve at Spring Hill is currently open for assisted living residents and private pay skilled care or rehab. The center anticipates Medicare licensure in the coming weeks. Learn more at www.ReserveatSpringHill.com or call (931) 468-4200
The Reserve at Spring Hill features 30 assisted living apartments and 68 spacious, private skilled nursing and long-term care suites. This modern-day community caters to the needs of seniors both in design and care for skilled nursing, rapid recovery rehabilitation, and short-term rehab therapy. In addition to long-term care, clinical programming is focused on orthopedic recovery and cardiopulmonary conditions such as CHF and COPD. Admissions are currently being accepted for assisted living and private pay long-term care. Contact Clinical Liaison Heidi Wolaver at (931) 698-0136 for more information about the community.