About Scarlet Oaks
Our professional, dedicated staff provide both skilled and non-skilled quality services. We work hard to promote a family oriented atmosphere while maintaining the individual dignity, privacy, and respect of each resident.
The Interdisciplinary Team consisting of Nursing, Therapies, Restorative Nursing, Activities, Dietary, Social Services, Housekeeping, and Laundry coordinates the resident’s plan of care to meet individual needs and interests, while promoting their highest level of function.
- Skilled Care
- Rehabilitative Care
- Intermediate Care
- Memory Care
- Physical Therapy
- Occupational Therapy
- Speech Therapy
- Wound Care
How A Nursing Facility Stay is Paid For:
Medicare, Medicaid, Private Pay, Multiple Major Insurances
A Medicare stay is a short term admission for the purpose of rehabilitation stay after you or your loved one has been admitted to a hospital for 3 or more midnights. The purpose of this stay is to receive skilled services by therapy and or nursing to get stronger and more independent.
Medicaid can be utilized for a variety of length of stays for you or your loved one for a period of strengthening, a respite stay or for long term care. Medicaid is a state funded program that is managed by each county.
Length of Stay Options
- Respite Care
- Short Term Care
- Long Term Care
- Hospice Care
At CCH Healthcare, your loved one is our loved one. We aim to provide our residents with the highest quality of care as well as the most advanced medical and rehabilitative treatment. We value every member of our dedicated team and treat them as family. Together, we strive to create a warm and welcoming atmosphere that reflects our guiding principles of compassion, dignity and respect.
Veterans Honor Program
In an effort to honor the passionate veterans of Scarlet Oaks Retirement Community, a commemorative Wall of Courage has been established.
This wall, unveiled on Februrary 14th, 2016 will forever celebrate the dedicated veterans present today and the memory of those who have left us.
This wall, located in the mansion of Scarlet Oaks, will continue to serve and honor our veterans just as they did for the United States of America.
Making the decision to admit to a rehabilitation or nursing facility can be a stressful and time-consuming process. It often comes at a time when families are taking part in a major change that has occurred in the life of their loved ones. At Scarlet Oaks, a dedicated admissions team works closely with patients and families. Our goal is to process all aspects of admission including helping secure whatever benefits a resident may be eligible to receive from Medicare, Medicaid or other insurances. The Admissions team will assure that the entire process is a pleasant experience, thoroughly explain and alleviate the stress often incurred when admitting a loved one to a healthcare facility.
A great deal of background work and preparation is done by our professionals prior to and upon admission to assure that a resident is given the best care from the very first moment of arrival. This includes a complete evaluation of the resident’s medical history, an assessment of therapeutic needs, as well as an analysis of lifestyle such as nutrition, exercise, and social needs. Once admitted to Scarlet Oaks, the entire team of clinicians will assess, evaluate and collaborate, to design a carefully crafted individualized plan of care with specific objectives and goals outlined, to ensure that every aspect of a resident’s needs are addressed and met. Throughout, Social Service will maintain close contact with the resident and family to continuously work toward Scarlet Oaks goal of providing excellent care and patient satisfaction, throughout your journey along the road to recovery.
To arrange for admission to Scarlet Oaks:
From the Hospital – Inform the hospital social worker or case manager that you have chosen Scarlet Oaks for your post-hospital care. They will send medical information and communicate with the Scarlet Oaks Admissions staff to coordinate a transfer. Also, call the Scarlet Oaks Admissions office at 513-475-4226 to notify them of the pending admission. The admissions team will collaborate with you, the hospital and your attending physician to coordinate transfer to Scarlet Oaks.
From Home – just call the Scarlet Oaks Admissions office at 513-475-4226 – they will guide you through the process and coordinate transfer to Scarlet Oaks.
From an Acute Rehab, L-TAC or other Nursing Facility – notify the social worker or case manager that you wish to transfer to Scarlet Oaks. They will contact the Scarlet Oaks Admissions office and work closely with the other facility to facilitate transfer to Scarlet Oaks.
Scarlet Oaks Nursing and Rehabilitation Center does not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, or national origin.