Rehabilitation

Preparing and following surgery, an illness or injury, or for ongoing pain, the professional therapists at Green Hills work closely with you, your family, and physicians to get you back to your regular routine as quickly as possible. Throughout pre-hab, rehabilitation, and during your return home, our staff remains in close contact with you to monitor your situation and health conditions.

Those needing inpatient short-term senior rehabilitation enjoy the comfortable accommodations of our Health Care Center. Outpatient rehabilitation is also available through our Medicare Part B outpatient therapy services in our Wellness Center.

Our team consists of:

  • Physical Therapists
  • Occupational Therapists
  • Speech Therapists
  • Registered Dietitian(s)
  • Licensed Nurses
  • Social Services Coordinator

We focus on:

  • Cardiac/pulmonary
  • Stroke recovery
  • Falls prevention
  • Lymphedema
  • Post-orthopedic surgery
  • Ongoing pain (joint, neuromuscular)
  • Speech (trouble swallowing, voice protection, cognition)
  • Neurological conditions (ALS, Parkinson's, brain injuries)
  • Low vision
  • Aquatic therapy for weight-bearing concerns and pain control

Returning home

To ensure that you feel confident to resume your everyday tasks, Green Hills therapists will conduct a home assessment with you prior to your return to your home. It's all part of our "Promise to Care"--providing you with the services and care you deserve.

Green Hills Rehabilitative Services are open to the public as well as residents of Green Hills. We accept Medicare, many Medicare replacement plans, and most other insurance plans. Independent living, assisted living, skilled nursing, memory care, and home health services are also available.

To learn more, please call  (515) 357-5399.

Medicare? Of Course We Accept!

The Green Hills Health Care Center is a Medicare-certified Skilled Nursing facility. Contact us at 515-357-5000 to verify your insurance benefits.

Medicare Part A pays for approximately 80% of your Medicare-approved services. Your supplemental insurance helps with the other 20%. Often, there is a remaining co-payment required. 

Long-Term Care Insurance - What You Need to Know

Why wait to start thinking about long-term care insurance?

Waiting may prove to be an expensive choice. Long-Term Care insurance coverage provided by a given policy may vary in cost from one company to another. But for services, most offer coverage for home health, assisted living, and long-term care.