Admission Information

If the time has come to choose a home for you or your loved one . . . let us help. Whether it's a short rehab stay or to be your new home, there are things to consider.

Tour the home and meet the Administrator, Admission Staff and Director of Nursing. Ask questions and contact us with any concerns or suggestions that would help your loved one or our facility. Visitation is recommended between the hours of 7am to 8:30pm, but is allowed at any time.

Admission Process

  • Bring insurance papers/cards and/or Medicare/Medicaid cards and a list of contacts in case of emergency. The sponsor coordinates with the facility any doctor appointments or procedure visits outside the facility and provides for transportation. Should a need arise to assist in a special circumstance, please contact the Social Service Department in efforts for us to be of assistance.
  • Bring a list of current health problems and medications. Do not bring medications from home; the pharmacy will provide medications upon admission. Upon discharge remaining medications will be sent home with the resident. Medications are not allowed in a resident's room without prior approval and without being Care Planned.
  • These are items your loved one will need while they are at our facility: seasonal and rehab clothing, undergarments, shoes, non-skid socks, eyeglasses, dentures and/or hearing devices. The resident rooms allow for vinyl or leather recliners, space and safety/inspection permitting. Pictures and small items to personalize the surroundings are encouraged. These are the Items not allowed: scissors, fingernail clippers, nail polish/remover, air fresheners, candles, matches, lighters, heating pads, extension cords, coffee pots and electric blankets. All electrical equipment will be inspected prior to use, and curtains, spreads or blankets will be inspected as well as applied with fire retardant spray prior to use.
  • We are smoke-free facilities, however residents are allowed supervised smoking in a secure outdoor area. Cigarettes are maintained by the charge nurse. The Sanctuary at the Woodlands is a smoke-free facility, smoking is not permitted at this facility.

We provide 24-hour licensed nurse coverage. Please allow our skilled and professionally trained staff the opportunity to assist you and your loved one during this transition and anytime throughout your stay with answers and solutions to your questions.

admission paperwork