Skilled Nursing

At Lake Park, we believe that a meaningful stay at our facility begins and ends with our skilled nursing staff. Their training and years of experience are often what makes our rehabilitation programs and long-term care stays so successful. Upon admission, our staff works with patients to determine any special dietary requirements and our skilled nursing staff is accessible and available. Compassionate care and detailed training and experience are two of the hallmarks of our skilled nursing team and they are what help set Lake Park apart from other rehabilitative and long-term care facilities.

Learn more about our skilled nursing staff below, and contact us today to schedule a tour, request more information or begin the admissions process.

Accessible and Available

Nursing stations are in every hall so that our skilled nursing team can respond to each patient's needs, and call bells are available for residents to make requests to our nursing staff. Each nurse has undergone training to respond to patient requests and needs in order to meet the Lake Park standard of personalized care.

Specialized Training

Our nursing staff has received specialized training to respond to, assess, monitor and treat a wide variety of conditions. Some of the most common conditions include the following:

  • Hip Fractures
  • Knee Replacements
  • Stroke
  • Wound Care
  • IV Antibiotics
  • Joint Replacement Therapy

Additionally, we coordinate care for other chronic conditions that require special attention:

  • Kidney Dialysis
  • Dialysis Education and Care
  • Diabetic Management and Care
  • Short-Term Diabetic Education for Newly Diagnosed Patients
  • Rehabilitation for Patients with Pacemakers
  • Respiratory Care
  • Pain Management
  • SPARK Memory Care for Patients with Dementia/Alzheimer’s

Nursing & Care Services Provided

In order to offer the care necessary to treat such a wide variety of conditions, our skilled nursing staff are trained to provide the following services:

  • IV Antibiotics, Medications, and Fluids
  • Parenteral Nutrition
  • Oxygen Therapy such as Nebulizers, CPAP, BIPAP, Chest Physical Therapy and Spirometers
  • Post-operation Care
  • Respite Care
  • Restorative Rehabilitation
  • Heat Therapy
  • Tracheostomy Therapy 

Electronic Health Records (EHR)

Our Electronic Health Records system allows qualified members of our staff to review a patient’s personal health care information and quickly and effectively make determinations about a patient’s care. This also allows our nursing staff to quickly and accurately update each patient’s medical records. Because our EHR system manages every aspect of a patient’s stay at our facility—from pre-admission to discharge—our patients receive individualized care and services with recognized quality outcomes.