We have a commitment to the highest level of quality care, a focus on patient and family education and a passion for customer service. The goal of our center is to meet the ever changing healthcare needs of the communities we serve. We strive to meet this goal by providing a comprehensive array of specialized services and programs including clinical care, physical, occupational and speech therapies, in addition to social services and recreational therapies in a warm, healing environment.
We are an affiliate of National Health Care Associates, a leader in short-term rehabilitation and skilled nursing care services throughout the Northeast. National Health Care’s signature “Passport Rehabilitation” program was specifically designed to meet the needs of individuals requiring a short-term rehabilitative stay following a surgical procedure or an acute medical episode. While on your short-term “trip” with us, please take full advantage of the amenities and services our center offers.
Our rehabilitation department is committed to promoting the highest level of independent functioning for all short-term patients. For our long-term residents, this objective is complemented by additional therapies to prevent avoidable decline in function and independence. Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapy services are available up to 7 days per week, as needed and prescribed by a physician. All therapy services are individually designed based upon the needs and capabilities of the resident/patient and are directed by our inter-disciplinary team, including experienced and licensed therapists.
Effectively Managing Pulmonary Disease
According to the American Lung Association, COPD is the third leading cause of death in the United States. COPD and other Pulmonary Disorders are often preventable and treatable. The Pulmonary Disease Management Program, part of our Passport Rehabilitation Program consists of an individualized interdisciplinary Rehabilitation Program which is designed to maximize the functional abilities of persons with Pulmonary Disorders.
Closed Pulse Irrigation Program
Dover Center for Health & Rehabilitation is proud to offer “Closed Pulse Irrigation” (CPI™) as part of our Passport Rehabilitation’ Wound Care Program. CPI refers to a new, safe pulse irrigation, or lavage system, performed on open wounds under the protection of a completely contained wound irrigation bag. CPI™ allows for safe isolation to be brought to the patient, allowing treatments to be performed at bedside rather than in an operating room.
For more information on how our services or programs may benefit you or a loved one, please contact our admissions department. We will be pleased to arrange a meeting and tour, at your convenience.