Royal Oaks provides short-term rehabilitation services in a tranquil community setting on our beautiful senior living community campus near Pasadena, California. As one of the area’s best options for post-acute care, Royal Oaks is the ideal environment for recovering from a health event. We specialize in customized rehabilitation plans that accelerate recovery for older adults so you can get back home to the life you love.
At Royal Oaks, we focus on your total well-being. In addition to our clinical and therapeutic expertise, we offer unmatched amenities designed to help accelerate your recovery so you can return to your routine as quickly as possible.
Short-term rehabilitation—or post-acute, transitional care—services are available while you recover from a health event, such as a hospital stay for an illness, injury or surgery. The goal of your short-stay rehabilitation is to regain your strength and relieve pain so you can get back to your home and routine quickly. Post-acute services can be needed at any age and include:
At Royal Oaks, a senior living community, our highly skilled team of licensed and certified health care professionals and therapists provides highly rated customized, recovery-focused rehabilitation and education programs. We’ll strive to get you home as quickly as possible so that you can confidently resume your normal routine.
For more than 30 years, we’ve specialized in skilled nursing on our senior living community campus. Royal Oaks is managed by HumanGood, a trusted nonprofit organization known for stability, integrity and pioneering leadership in the field of senior living since 1949.
“I appreciate being able to talk to older adults and hear about their life experiences. I feel very fortunate to be able to learn from and care for our patients.”
“We treat every patient with the utmost dignity and respect, creating individualized care plans so they can achieve their goals and return home with confidence. It’s a privilege to be able to build trusting relationships with our patients. In those moments, it doesn’t feel like work.”