Admissions Information

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.


What to Bring to The Terraces

During your short-term post-acute rehabilitation stay here, 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.


How will I get from the hospital to The Terraces of Boise?

Transportation will be arranged for you. The Terraces 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.

What will happen once I arrive at The Terraces of Boise?

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.

When do I start my post-acute rehabilitation therapy?

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.

How long will I be at The Terrances short-term rehabilitation center?

Your length of stay at The Terraces 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.

What do I do if my doctor can’t come to The Terraces?

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. Both a physician and registered nurse are available at The Terraces of Boise 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. After your discharge from The Terraces, you will need to follow up with your primary care doctor. 

Where will I eat my meals?

In our unique “house model,” each skilled nursing house is built in an open concept style with a shared living room, dining room and kitchen. You will be able to watch our chefs prepare fresh, delicious meals for you in our open kitchen and enjoy them in our pleasant dining room, all just steps away from your private suite.

Or if you prefer, you may have a meal delivered to your room.

What activities can I participate in during my short-term rehabilitation stay?

In addition to your regular therapy program, you are also welcome to enjoy the endless opportunities and activities available to The Terraces of Boise community.

Learn more >>

What if I need extra help or care when I get home?

Our social worker can answer any questions you have and help you access community resources and services.

The Terraces of Boise is owned by nonprofit affiliates of HumanGood, a nonprofit public benefit corporation serving older adults since 1949. The Terraces of Boise, 5301 E. Warm Springs Ave., Boise, ID 83716, (208) 336-5550.