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Senior Rehabilitation in Oakland, California
The key difference between Mercy Care Center and other senior rehabilitation centers in Oakland, CA, is our focus on person-centered care. Our residents pace their own day rather than adhering to a medical structure that may not meet their unique needs.
This philosophy changes the culture of long-term and short-term care by approaching it as a collaborative partnership between caregivers and care receivers. Our staff identifies where they can engage residents in activities at their pace and at their level, so residents get the medical assistance they need, plus the personal engagement and social interactions they want. Our high-quality rehabilitation program includes physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy, as well as nutritional services from registered dietitians, with protocols developed to meet each resident’s particular needs.
Recovery from surgery, stroke or debilitating illness may require a short-term stay at our Care Center. Each room in our skilled nursing Care Center offers a beautiful view of a garden or patio to make the rehabilitation stay more pleasant.
The long-term care program at Mercy Retirement & Care Center provides around-the-clock medical care and significant assistance with daily activities in a comforting, restorative environment. Services cater to a wide range of physical, emotional and social needs, including companionship and care in a manner similar to home rather than a medical setting.
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