Admissions Made Easy
Why Choose Rosewood For Your Loved One?
At Rosewood, we aim to make our admissions process as easy as possible! Our caring staff strives to create a comprehensive and personalized healthcare experience for each patient and resident that exceeds expectations and reflects our culture of innovation, compassion, and staff empowerment. At Rosewood Care Centers, we understand the admission process to a nursing home can seem to be overwhelming. For that reason, an Admissions Coordinator is assigned to make it as easy as possible for residents and family members. We’ll make the follow-up arrangements for you for hospital transfers and physician orders needed for admission. We welcome admissions for any day and time!
The Rosewood Culture
Whether quickly returning home or staying with us for a while, our care teams focus on your health, recovery and helping you reach your rehab goals. We have created a compassionate community that cares for you and strives to balance the right amount of attention with your need for personal independence.
How Medicare & Medicaid Work
Our staff members are knowledgeable about Federal and State regulations, financial requirements and insurance reimbursement. We’ll assist you in getting the Medicare and Medicaid benefits available to you.
Medicare is the federal health insurance program for people ages 65 or older, people of any age with permanent kidney failure, and certain disabled people. Several criteria must be met for a person to receive Medicare skilled nursing facility benefits. A three-day qualifying hospitalization is required and you must require a daily skilled medical service. Skilled nursing coverage, under some circumstances, can extend up to 100 days, although there is no guarantee that the Beneficiary will qualify or need 100 days of coverage. Medicare provides basic protection against the cost of illness, but will not pay all your health care bills. For more information or to schedule a visit, please contact us today.
Medicaid provides health coverage to millions of Americans, including eligible low-income adults, children, pregnant women, elderly adults and people with disabilities. Medicaid is administered by states, according to federal requirements. The program is funded jointly by states and the federal government. We will help assist you in getting the benefits you need.