If you’re coming to our highly rated Medicare-certified short-term rehabilitation center following an acute hospital stay, Medicare will typically cover your transitional care. During the admissions process, we’ll work with you to answer all of your coverage questions.
During your short-term post-acute rehabilitation stay at Royal Oaks, you’ll be up, dressed and active—so pack clothing that is comfortable and easy to get on and off.
Also, feel free to bring a computer for use with our free Wi-Fi, books you’re reading and one or two outfits you might want to wear for socializing or lounging in.
Short-term rehabilitation—or post-acute, transitional care—helps patients regain strength and relieve pain while recovering from a health event, such as a hospital stay for an illness, injury or surgery. The goal of short-stay rehabilitation is to help you get back to your home and routine quickly.
Transportation will be arranged for you. Royal Oaks will be informed of your anticipated arrival time, and your family and/or emergency contact will be notified by your hospital case manager/discharge planner.
Our team will be waiting for you to arrive, and we will get you settled in your room as we get to know you while completing the admission process. Please ask any questions you might have along the way.
Our therapy services are available seven days a week, and you’ll typically begin rehabilitation from day one with an evaluation. After your evaluation, we’ll create a customized care plan focused on your individual rehabilitation goals.
Your length of stay at Royal Oaks will vary, depending on your own personal rehabilitation goals. You will receive a tentative discharge date when you arrive, and we’ll adjust that date as needed throughout your rehabilitation stay.
In some cases, your physician might not be able to check in on you during your short-term post-acute rehabilitation stay. In these instances, we have expert physicians who will be able to work with you. After your discharge from Royal Oaks, you will need to follow up with your primary care doctor.
We have multiple dining options at Royal Oaks. You are welcome to eat socially in our dining room or have a meal delivered to your room.
In addition to your regular therapy program, you are also welcome to enjoy the endless opportunities and activities available to the Royal Oaks community.
Our social worker can answer any questions you have and help you access community resources and services.