Skilled Nursing

SKILLED NURSING

Villa Springfield’s skilled nursing facility provides both short-term rehabilitation and long-term care at the highest standards. We provide comprehensive skilled nursing care using state-of-the-art medical equipment and progressive treatment plans promoting quality care. An interdisciplinary care team made up of nursing staff, therapist(s), resident dietician, activities and social services develop a customized plan of care that addresses specific care needs and therapy goals necessary for the resident.

Here are just a few things that make us unique:

  • Highly trained and experienced registered nurses, licensed vocational nurses, and certified nursing assistants
  • Diabetic management
  • Bowel and bladder management
  • Enteral therapy
  • IV therapy
  • Ostomy care (stable and new)
  • Post-acute surgical care
  • Pre-surgery registration
  • Restorative nursing program
  • Wound care/wound vac

Some important points to consider when selecting a skilled nursing facility:

A nursing home, in Ohio, is a health care facility, licensed by the Ohio Department of Health, that offers a protective, therapeutic environment for those who need rehabilitative care or can no longer live independently because of chronic physical or mental conditions that require round the clock care.

Older Ohioans now have more choices concerning how they live and the care and services they receive. Many options have emerged in the recent years to suit older adults.

  • Be prepared. Don’t wait until there is crisis. Visit several different providers to compare services.
  • Be realistic about health care needs. This is often difficult since one’s inclination is to minimize problems as aging occurs.
  • Be realistic about the environment. Beautiful surroundings and amenities are only part of the picture. Examine how the provider meets your personal interests, lifestyle preferences, religious and health care needs.
  • Understand the limitations of the provider. In the scope of the services that can be legally provided.

Living Arrangements: Semi-private or private rooms

Payment:¬†Traditional Medicare meets the cost of short term, rehabilitation in any Medicare participating facility after a qualified hospital stay, (you can always ask the Social Worker or Admissions Co-Coordinator about the “qualified stay”).

Some facilities also have a contract with different private insurances to cover the cost of short-term stay. (Again the Social Worker or the Admission Co-Coordinator at that particular facility should be able to help you out)

Medicaid meets the cost of ongoing care in most facilities for those with income and resources below certain levels.

Arrangement from the private funds could also be made for the cost of the care.


Factors to consider: 

  • Villa accepts Medicare and Medicaid and most all insurances and HMOs.
  • Does the facility participate in the Medicare or Medicaid program? Participation in such programs can assist in meeting the cost of care.
  • If you are enrolled in Medicare HMO, will any post-acute care following hospitalization be covered in the facility?
  • Are amenities (such as private rooms, individual televisions, private telephones) available and at what cost?
  • Is there an on-staff physician if needed? Does the resident physician visit the facility?
  • What activity programs and special events are held at the facility? What excursions are planned for those who are able to take advantage of them? What religious activities are offered?
  • What is the facility’s policy on “do not resuscitate” orders, advance directives, durable power of attorney and other end of life decisions?
  • Do the residents appear comfortable, well groomed and involved in meaningful activities?
  • Is the overall facility well maintained, pleasing, cheerful?. Does the staff seem friendly, caring and accommodating to residents and visitors?
  • What are the visiting provisions? Is there a private area for visits? What are the normal visiting Hours?