Long-term Care

iStock_000016132671Large-300x199Extraordinary long-term nursing care is a tradition at Mt Vernon Nursing and Rehab Center. Our team of professional nurses, therapists, social workers and activities specialists working under the direction of MVNRC administrators, provides outstanding nursing care and assistance with Activities of Daily Living (ADLs). Their devotion and attention to detail enables us to deliver quality healthcare with warmth and compassion. MVNRC’s services are provided with the sensitivity and compassion to restore and maintain the health and well-being of our residents.

MVNRC provides Long-term Care (LTC) for those residents that are aging, have disabilities, or have chronic care needs so they may maintain their independence in personal or health-related activities. In short, LTC treats the entire person from medical needs, to psycho-social needs to end of life care. While most people who need LTC are 65 or older, a person can use LTC services at any age. An individual may use long-term care services for a short period of time after an acute illness, hospitalization, or over a longer period of time.