Skilled Nursing Care in Saratoga, California

Saratoga Retirement Community’s nursing and rehabilitation program is designed to meet the needs of individuals who require 24-hour skilled nursing care and/or rehabilitative therapies:

  • Short stays – Transitions to Progress
  • Long-term stays
  • Respite care
  • Hospice care

These services are provided in a modern, well-designed environment offering both private and semiprivate rooms. Lovely common areas such as family visiting areas, patios, dining rooms, and a library with computer access are available for use by all residents. Meals are prepared on-site by our house chef and staff. Dining choices include regular and therapeutic diets, in-room service, or restaurant-style dining located in the Dining Room.

Our licensed nursing staff works with each resident to develop a care plan tailored to their individual needs and to assist them in achieving their highest level of function and best quality of life. This plan is developed utilizing a team approach—including family, physician, and other health care professionals.

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Transitions to Progress

Our specialized program, known as Transitions to Progress, is staffed with professionals ready to assist individuals in the transition from hospital to home. Transitions’ rehabilitation program offers a full range of inpatient medical care, nursing services, and advanced rehabilitation programs. The program focuses on helping individuals progress quickly and successfully in their recovery and rehabilitation.

With an interdisciplinary team consisting of physicians, nurse practitioners, nurses, pharmacists, licensed therapists, and dietitians, every individual’s care needs are met, as are their social and emotional needs. Upon admission, a social worker starts the discharge planning process and assists in the coordination of any necessary services individuals may need upon their return home.

Saratoga Retirement’s Skilled Nursing Facility is licensed and certified to accept coverage by Medicare, HMOs, private insurance, and workers’ compensation insurance.