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Q. 1. What should I look for when choosing a rehab center?

Choosing a rehab center is an important decision. Consider the following when evaluating your options:

  1. Center reputation: How is the center viewed by current and past residents/patients? How does the community hospital staff, physicians and your friends feel about the center?

  2. Center amenities: Perform an unannounced tour of the center. How did the center make you feel? Was it clean? Were the staff, patients and family members welcoming and happy to be there? Did you see a team of individuals committed to achieving a successful rehab stay?

  3. Center specialties: Does the center offer the special services your loved one requires? Ask specific questions pertaining to those needs and compare what is best for your loved one.

Q. 2. What is skilled nursing/sub acute rehab care?

Sub acute care consists of goal oriented treatments and comprehensive inpatient care for patients with a serious illness, injury, or exacerbation of a disease process. Sub acute care is generally more intensive than traditional nursing center care and includes a treatment plan for a limited time period (several days to several months) or until the patient’s condition is stabilized or a predetermined treatment course is completed.

Q. 3. What amenities does Parkway offer?
  1. Private and semi-private rooms
  2. Elegant dining spaces
  3. Advanced therapy gym
  4. Daily therapy services
  5. Beauty salon and barber shop
  6. Telephones and cable television
  7. Religious services
  8. Wireless access
  9. Indoor lounges
  10. Outdoor patio
  11. Laundry and housekeeping services
  12. Daily recreational activities
  13. Pet therapy
  14. Live entertainment
  15. Library
  16. 10,000 square foot Tranquil Botanical Garden
Q. 4. I enjoy an active lifestyle, what type of activities does Parkway provide?

Parkway offers a variety of daily recreational activities and outings that support your recovery including: bingo, Zumba, coffee club, exercise classes, religious services, live entertainment, trivia, Bible studies, socials, bowling, movies and happy hour!

Q. 5. How are meals served?

According to your capabilities and preferences, your meals will be served in our main dining room, rehab dining area or privately in your room. Guest meals are available at a nominal cost.

Q. 6. What should I bring for my rehab stay?

Your comfort is important for your recovery. We recommend the following items for your rehab stay: 


  1. Dress slacks (6 pairs)
  2. Cotton shirts (8 pairs, long or short sleeves)
  3. Robe (1)
  4. Pull over house gowns (7)
  5. Dresses (button down)
  6. Pantyhose or knee highs (2)
  7. Slips
  8. Underwear (10)
  9. Bras (3)
  10. Socks (10 pair)
  11. Night gowns (patients may use hospital gowns provided by Parkway)
  12. Tennis shoes or sturdy non slip shoes are recommended. Not slip on or slide on shoes.
  13. Afghan/lap blanket


  1. Dentures and cleaning tablets
  2. Eye glasses
  3. Adult briefs (available from facility and covered by Medicare & Medicaid)
  4. Toothbrush and toothpaste
  5. Hair brush/comb
  6. Cosmetics
  7. Razors (disposable or electric)
  8. Perfume or cologne
  9. Deodorant, lotion, powder
  10. Plastic clothes hangers (20)
  11. Personal items from home (pictures, stationery, pens, books and inexpensive mementos)

All items must be marked with patient’s name. Additionally, all furnishings and electrical materials must be inspected by maintenance for fire safety. Please notify your nurse or social services when bringing in these items.

Q. 7. What type of documents will I be asked to provide/sign?

The admissions process includes your review of a variety of forms required by Parkway, your insurance provider and the federal government including a financial screening performed by our financial counselor. Prior to your admission your representative, power of attorney, or family members may meet with our team to complete your admission requirements. 

Parkway will also need copies of your special directive documents and all medical insurance cards such as: Medicare Part D, Medicare A & B, Medicaid, Blue Cross, AARP, HMO, PPO’s, etc.

Q. 8. When/how often can my family members visit me?

Parkway understands and appreciates the support family and friends can provide during the rehabilitation process. Visitors are welcome at all times. Please feel free to utilize Parkway’s many lounges and patios while visiting.

Q. 9. Can my family member stay overnight?

Our semi-private rooms are not equipped to accommodate overnight visits. Private room patients may request accommodations for overnight visits from our admissions office.

Q. 10. What is the discharge process?

At the completion of your stay, our discharge planner will work with your medical and therapy team to arrange for your return to your home, assisted living facility or another long-term care center.

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