What is Long Term Care?

ProHealth provides long-term, around-the-clock individualized skilled nursing care to residents who need help with the tasks of daily living.

Find out why to choose Long Term Care.

Why Choose Long Term Care?

If you believe you or a loved one qualify for long term care and would like to learn more, please pick up the phone and give us a call at 1-866-330-0609 or stop by one of our locations. We would love to talk to you about the personalized long term care services we provide and can also answer questions about what health services are covered by your insurance, Medicare, and/or Medicaid benefits.

Nursing Services

Long Term Care provides 24-hour skilled nursing services for elderly residents and people with chronic conditions or a prolonged illnesses. Our staff is devoted to the creation of a comforting environment and focused on helping each person achieve their highest level of independence and vitality.

Alzheimer's and Dementia Care

If you have a loved one with dementia or Alzheimer’s, you understand the challenges of normal daily activities. Symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease may be further complicated by injuries, illness or end-of-life needs. We provide a nurturing and therapeutic environment where those with dementia or Alzheimer’s can receive the clinical and rehabilitation care they need in a safe and secure setting. We use the latest Alzheimer’s and dementia research to create individualized care plans and implement quality of life therapies such as healing touch, music therapy, and dementia-specific daily activities.


Post-hospital, post-acute, or short stay rehabilitation care is designed to improve a person’s transition back home following surgery, illness or injury. Short stay rehab residents no longer need the acute care setting of a hospital but still require a high level of clinical and rehabilitative care to ensure a speedy recovery.  The goal of the program is to provide the highest level of rehabilitation and skilled nursing care to residents while facilitating the transition, as quickly and safely as possible, from hospital to home.  Post-acute rehabilitation stays typically last twenty-one days or less.

Respite Care

Providing care for terminally ill family members and friends is exhausting, both emotionally and physically. There may come a time during the course of your family member’s illness that you as a caregiver need some time away from the tasks of care giving. Caregiver stress can lead to physical and emotional distress that can interfere with your ability to provide care. We partner with many hospice organizations to provide respite care stays. Respite care programs are designed to provide temporary, short-term (usually, five days or less) assistance in caring for hospice patients. It is intended to allow the caregivers, often the family members, to take some time away from the hospice patient, to allow them to emotionally recharge and become better prepared to handle the normal day-to-day challenges of caring for someone with a chronic life-threatening illness. 

Social Services

The role of the social worker in a long-term care facility is to enable each individual to function at the highest possible level of social and emotional wellness.  For our short-term rehab patients, our social workers focus on facilitating discharge planning, including the coordination of home health or hospice services, equipment needs, and community services. For our long-term residents, our social workers help residents make the transition from living at home or in an assisted living community.  Once a resident is admitted, the social worker assures the resident's continuing needs are met and that the person is given the opportunity to participate in planning for continued care in the facility, transfer, or discharge back into the community.  Although the resident is the main focus, it should be noted that much of the social worker’s time may be spent working with the family.

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