Healthcare Services2021-07-12T18:04:29+00:00

Healthcare Services

We will ensure your short stay with us is relaxing and productive.
Come heal with us.

Skilled Nursing in Illinois including Respite and Hospice Care
The Bridge offers the best and most advanced therapy services for seniors recovering from recent surgery, an acute illness or disease, or orthopedic needs related to the muscles, bones, and joints. We provide superior technology coupled with a highly-trained and hand-selected therapy staff.

Rehabilitation

The primary focus of The Bridge Care Suites is short-term rehabilitative therapy for seniors. We are proud to offer the most technologically superior therapy center in the downstate region of central Illinois for short-term stays.

By coupling advanced technological capabilities with a highly-skilled, hands-on therapy department, The Bridge Care Suites provides outstanding therapy services to ensure a rapid return home for almost every senior guest enjoying a stay with us.

The Bridge Care Suites employs its own therapy staff, ensuring that by not employing a third-party therapy staff, we can set the bar higher. Our guests can enjoy the reassurance that our entire staff is vested in the highest level of service and care.

All of our therapy services for seniors are provided on-site and follow the care path laid out by your physician or surgeon. The ability to have your recovery supervised by licensed medical staff and therapists is instrumental to ensuring that your transition home is smooth and safe.

As part of our complete focus, we assist patients in a variety of ways:

  • Skilled Nursing
  • Physical Short-Term Rehabilitation
  • Short Post-Operative Stays
  • Post-Stroke Care
  • Post-Orthopedic Care
  • Nursing Care
  • Ostomy Care
  • Wound Care
  • Intravenous Treatments
  • Respite Care
  • Hospice Care

About Our Therapy

The Bridge Care Suites utilizes advanced therapy equipment coupled with hands-on therapy techniques for seniors from our skilled and trained team. By employing this type of intense therapy, we present outstanding therapy services in a technologically superior environment.

The Bridge Care Suites employs a myriad of therapy disciplines throughout our physical, occupational, and speech therapy process. Because our trainers are so skilled with the technological and hands-on aspects of therapy, our senior guests receive specialized therapy that is purely unmatched in the region.

When coupled with many of the hospitality features offered within the therapy department, our guests experience a wellness track that is not only therapeutic but geared for their overall well-being before check-out and return home.

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24/7 Skilled Nursing

The Bridge Care Suites provides a 24-hour nursing staff to meet every guest’s clinical needs required during their stay.

We offer:

  • IV Therapy
  • Wound vacuum treatments
  • Post-surgical wound care
  • Ostomy care
  • Enteral feedings
  • Education for post-discharge preparation
  • Diabetic management and training
  • Anticoagulant management
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Just like offering the unique skills of our therapy staff, The Bridge Care Suites offers a diversely disciplined staff of Registered Nurses (RNs), Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs) and Certified Nurse Assistants (CNAs) to meet the daily healthcare needs of every guest.

We utilize an in-depth screening process for all our staff to ensure that the best and brightest talent available to serve you during your stay and provide you with outstanding health care and unmatched hospitality.

The nursing staff at The Bridge Care Suites come from across our community. We continually seek out the best and brightest to ensure that the hospitality and care you receive is unmatched.

We are committed to continuing the education of our entire nursing staff. Staff members are required to meet monthly in-service guidelines through our internal education network to ensure that their skills are sharp and guest-focused, ensuring the highest level of care and comfort for you during your stay.

In addition to our internal education network, our administrative staff is comprised of nursing and healthcare professionals to oversee the day-to-day operations of our nursing department.

They ensure that your treatment meets and exceeds your needs by staying involved in the daily care of each of our guests, safeguarding your care throughout your stay.

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24/7 Skilled Nursing

The Bridge Care Suites provides a 24-hour nursing staff to meet every guest clinical needs required during their stay.

We offer:

  • IV Therapy
  • Wound vacuum treatments
  • Post-surgical wound care
  • Ostomy care
  • Enteral feedings
  • Education for post-discharge preparation
  • Diabetic management and training
  • Anticoagulant management
the-bridge-care-suites-activity7

Just like offering the unique skills of our therapy staff, The Bridge offers a diversely disciplined staff of Registered Nurses, Licensed Practical Nurses, and Certified Nurse Assistants to meet the daily healthcare needs of every guest.

The Bridge utilizes an in-depth screening process for all of our staff to ensure that the best and brightest talent available to serve you during your stay and provide you with outstanding health care and unmatched hospitality.

The Bridge Care Suites is also committed to continuing the education of our entire nursing staff. Staff members are required to meet monthly in-service guidelines through our internal education network to ensure that their skills are sharp and guest-focused, ensuring the highest level of care and comfort for you during your stay.

The nursing staff at The Bridge come from all across our community, and we continually seek out the best and brightest to ensure that the hospitality and care you receive is unmatched.

In addition to our internal education network, our administrative staff is comprised of nursing and healthcare professionals to oversee the day-to-day operations of our nursing department.

They are also involved in ensuring that your care meets and exceeds your needs by staying involved in the daily care of each of our guests, ensuring your total care throughout your stay.

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Short Term Rehab

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

The Bridge Care Suites Rehabilitation Center is with you every step of the way. Specializing in short-term rehabilitation and skilled nursing care, our goal is to help patients return home to their active, independent lifestyles. Our interdisciplinary team of physicians, nurses, therapists, social workers, and healthcare technicians are experts in providing a full range of health care services. We are able to adapt these services to each patient and their personal circumstances.

No two patients are the same. Learn more about our rehabilitation services and short-term care with frequently asked questions below.

Does occupational therapy work?2021-07-05T19:38:57+00:00

Yes. Occupational therapy, or OT, can improve movement and coordination for patients of all ages. OT can aid your daily activities and improve your quality of life. This includes skills like handwriting, handling silverware and other utensils, getting dressed, and personal grooming. During a typical OT session, patients work to improve fine and gross motor skills and motor planning, along with balance, coordination and self-regulation skills. 

How long does physical therapy take?2021-07-12T16:49:24+00:00

Your individual therapy sessions will last 30-90 minutes, depending on your treatment. For muscular issues, expect therapy for 2-4 weeks. Therapy on tendons takes 4-6 weeks, while ligaments can take 10-12 weeks. Cartilage issues can take up to 12 weeks. Bones usually require 6-8 weeks of therapy for a full recovery.  Keep in mind that some patients may recover quicker than others.

What is speech pathology?2021-07-12T16:50:03+00:00

Speech pathology is the study, diagnosis, and treatment of a wide range of communication disorders. Patients in need of speech pathology may experience difficulty speaking, listening, understanding language, reading, and writing. It also deals with matters related to stuttering, or those who experience difficulty safely swallowing food or drinking. 

Can short-term rehabilitation services help?2021-07-12T16:50:29+00:00

Yes, short-term rehabilitation can help you get back on your feet following a surgery, illness or accident. The goal of rehab is to get you home and back to your regular life in the shortest time possible. Short-term rehabilitation is commonly used in recovery from strokes, neurological ailments, joint replacements, and all kinds of surgeries, accidents and illnesses.

What is Skilled Nursing?2021-07-12T16:51:06+00:00

Skilled nursing is care under the supervision of trained professionals or technical personnel – such as Registered Nurses (RNs), Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs) and Certified Nurse Assistants (CNAs). Skilled nursing encompasses more advanced treatments and care like IV therapy, wound vacuum treatments, post-surgical wound care, ostomy care, enteral feedings, anticoagulant management, diabetic management and training, and education to prepare you for discharge from this facility.

What is Respite Care?2021-07-12T16:51:40+00:00

Providing 24/7 care can be exhausting, and respite programs are designed to give planned short-term breaks for families and other unpaid caregivers. As part of a respite program, a trained professional would step in as the caregiver for a short amount of time so the primary caregiver can take a break or run important errands. It’s not designed as daycare for work, but more so primary caregivers can take a moment for self-care – to go to the gym, to do important shopping, or even have a night out for dinner and a movie. 

What is Hospice?2021-07-12T16:52:07+00:00

Hospice care is end-of-life treatment for those that are terminally ill. Hospice care focuses on alleviating the pain and suffering – focusing on comfort and quality of life and no longer treating the disease. It also centers on the emotional and spiritual needs for those at the end of life and their loved ones. 

When is the right time for Hospice?2021-07-12T16:52:33+00:00

The time for hospice is when a terminally ill patient begins to decline in health and treatment is no longer an option. In general, it’s when there is a rapid decline in health despite aggressive medical treatment, or the patient can’t perform simple daily tasks without assistance. In many instances, the primary physician may recommend hospice when treatments aren’t effective anymore and it’s best to focus on comfort and quality of life for the remaining time. 

How Can Physical Short-Term Rehab help?2021-07-12T16:52:57+00:00

There are lots of benefits of physical therapy, or PT. First, it can help improve mobility and movement without having to have surgery. Second, PT can help you recover quicker from an injury, trauma, stroke or paralysis. Third, it can improve your balance and help prevent falls that could result in further injury. Fourth, it’s the proper way to manage pain without the need for addictive opioids. PT can help with a broad spectrum of issues like cardiopulmonary issues, carpal tunnel syndrome, back pain, spinal cord injuries, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis (MS), concussions and tennis elbow. 

How long is a Post-Operative Short Stay?2021-07-12T16:53:20+00:00

How long you stay in the hospital after a surgery depends on your procedure and your overall health. Shorter hospital stays can result in some patients, especially older adults, needing a little extra help with their recovery. A postoperative facility like Bridge Care Suites provides care and therapy to patients who are ready to leave the hospital, but who are not yet prepared to return home.

What is Post Stroke Care?2021-07-12T16:53:49+00:00

Post-stroke care is rehabilitation for someone who needs to relearn skills that were lost when part of the brain was damaged from a stroke. Part of stroke rehabilitation is to protect the patient from developing new medical issues like urinary tract infections (UTIs), pneumonia, or dangerous blood clots. Rehabilitation may also instruct the patient in new methods to compensate for any lingering disabilities. 

How long is Post Orthopedic Care?2021-07-12T16:54:12+00:00

It depends on your procedure. Orthopedic surgery covers everything from total joint replacement to work on your knees, ankles, feet, shoulders, wrists, hips or spine. In most cases, you’ll be up, moving and starting rehab within hours following the surgery. Before you’re discharged and can go home, you may need some additional assistance and care. If so, your primary physician may recommend a stay at a post-operation facility for a few days to wrap up your post-orthopedic care before you head home. 

What are the benefits of Nursing Care?2021-07-12T16:54:35+00:00

There are several benefits of nursing care, but the most important are alleviation of pain and shorter hospital stays. With a trained professional at your side 24/7 overseeing your recovery, you won’t have as many questions or as much anxiety because you’ll know you’re in good hands. Nursing care will ensure you get the right meds and proper care you need to stay on track to recovery. 

What is Ostomy Care?2021-07-12T16:54:57+00:00

When part of your intestine doesn’t work like it should, you may need a surgery that makes an opening in your belly (called a stoma) for your intestine. This is called ostomy surgery. Following an ostomy surgery, you may need help learning how to adjust to a stoma, as well as additional care. 

Is Wound Care Important?2021-07-12T16:55:18+00:00

Wound care is vital following a surgery so you don’t get an infection. Getting an infection can lead to a number of problems, especially for elderly patients. Having a trained professional tend to your wounds on a regular basis will make sure they heal quickly and cleanly, and leave minimal scarring. 

Does occupational therapy work?2021-07-12T17:53:28+00:00

1). Q: Does occupational therapy work?

 

Answer: Yes. Occupational therapy, or OT, can improve movement and coordination for patients of all ages. OT can aid your daily activities and improve your quality of life. This includes skills like handwriting, handling silverware and other utensils, getting dressed and personal grooming. During a typical OT session, patients work to improve fine and gross motor skills and motor planning, along with balance, coordination and self-regulation skills. 

 

2). Q: How long does physical therapy take?

 

Answer: Your individual therapy sessions will last 30-90 minutes, depending on your treatment. For muscular issues, expect therapy for 2-4 weeks. Therapy on tendons takes 4-6 weeks, while ligaments can take 10-12 weeks. Cartilage issues can take up to 12 weeks. Bones usually require 6-8 weeks of therapy for a full recovery.  Keep in mind that some patients may recover quicker than others. 

 

3). Q: What is speech pathology?

 

Answer: Speech pathology is the study, diagnosis and treatment of a wide range of communication disorders. Patients in need of speech pathology may experience difficulty speaking, listening, understanding language, reading and writing. It also deals with matters related to stuttering, or those who experience difficulty safely swallowing food or drinking. 

 

4). Q: Can short-term rehabilitation services help?

 

Answer: Yes, short-term rehabilitation can help you get back on your feet following a surgery, illness or accident. The goal of rehab is to get you home and back to your regular life in the shortest time possible. Short-term rehabilitation is commonly used in recovery from strokes, neurological ailments, joint replacements, and all kinds of surgeries, accidents and illnesses.

 

5). Q: What is Skilled Nursing?

 

Answer: Skilled nursing is care under the supervision of trained professionals or technical personnel – such as Registered Nurses (RNs), Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs) and Certified Nurse Assistants (CNAs). Skilled nursing encompasses more advanced treatments and care like IV therapy, wound vacuum treatments, post-surgical wound care, ostomy care, enteral feedings, anticoagulant management, diabetic management and training, and education to prepare you for discharge from this facility.

 

6). Q: What is Respite Care?

 

Answer: Providing 24/7 care can be exhausting, and respite programs are designed to give planned short-term breaks for families and other unpaid caregivers. As part of a respite program, a trained professional would step in as the caregiver for a short amount of time so the primary caregiver can take a break or run important errands. It’s not designed as daycare for work, but more so primary caregivers can take a moment for self-care – to go to the gym, to do important shopping, or even have a night out for dinner and a movie. 

 

7). Q: What is Hospice?

 

Answer: Hospice care is end-of-life treatment for those that are terminally ill. Hospice care focuses on alleviating the pain and suffering – focusing on comfort and quality of life and no longer treating the disease. It also centers on the emotional and spiritual needs for those at the end of life and their loved ones. 

 

8). Q: When is the right time for Hospice?

 

Answer: The time for hospice is when a terminally ill patient begins to decline in health and treatment is no longer an option. In general, it’s when there is a rapid decline in health despite aggressive medical treatment, or the patient can’t perform simple daily tasks without assistance. In many instances, the primary physician may recommend hospice when treatments aren’t effective anymore and it’s best to focus on comfort and quality of life for the remaining time. 

 

9). Q: How Can Physical Short-Term Rehab help?

 

Answer: There are lots of benefits of physical therapy, or PT. First, it can help improve mobility and movement without having to have surgery. Second, PT can help you recover quicker from an injury, trauma, stroke or paralysis. Third, it can improve your balance and help prevent falls that could result in further injury. Fourth, it’s the proper way to manage pain without the need for addictive opioids. PT can help with a broad spectrum of issues like cardiopulmonary issues, carpal tunnel syndrome, back pain, spinal cord injuries, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis (MS), concussions and tennis elbow. 

 

10). Q: How long is a Post-Operative Short Stay?

 

Answer: How long you stay in the hospital after a surgery depends on your procedure and your overall health. Shorter hospital stays can result in some patients, especially older adults, needing a little extra help with their recovery. A postoperative facility like Bridge Care Suites provides care and therapy to patients who are ready to leave the hospital, but who are not yet prepared to return home. 

 

11). Q: What is Post Stroke Care?

 

Answer: Post-stroke care is rehabilitation for someone who needs to relearn skills that were lost when part of the brain was damaged from a stroke. Part of stroke rehabilitation is to protect the patient from developing new medical issues like urinary tract infections (UTIs), pneumonia, or dangerous blood clots. Rehabilitation may also instruct the patient in new methods to compensate for any lingering disabilities. 

 

12). Q: How long is Post Orthopedic Care?

 

Answer: It depends on your procedure. Orthopedic surgery covers everything from total joint replacement to work on your knees, ankles, feet, shoulders, wrists, hips or spine. In most cases, you’ll be up, moving and starting rehab within hours following the surgery. Before you’re discharged and can go home, you may need some additional assistance and care. If so, your primary physician may recommend a stay at a post-operation facility for a few days to wrap up your post-orthopedic care before you head home. 

 

13). Q: What are the benefits of Nursing Care?

 

Answer: There are several benefits of nursing care, but the most important are alleviation of pain and shorter hospital stays. With a trained professional at your side 24/7 overseeing your recovery, you won’t have as many questions or as much anxiety because you’ll know you’re in good hands. Nursing care will ensure you get the right meds and proper care you need to stay on track to recovery. 

 

14). Q: What is Ostomy Care?

 

Answer: When part of your intestine doesn’t work like it should, you may need a surgery that makes an opening in your belly (called a stoma) for your intestine. This is called ostomy surgery. Following an ostomy surgery, you may need help learning how to adjust to a stoma, as well as additional care. 

 

 

15). Q: Is Wound Care Important?

 

Answer: Wound care is vital following a surgery so you don’t get an infection. Getting an infection can lead to a number of problems, especially for elderly patients. Having a trained professional tend to your wounds on a regular basis will make sure they heal quickly and cleanly, and leave minimal scarring. 

 

 

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