Short-Stay Care Bridge
Short-Stay Care Bridge at Providence Marianwood provides you with an affordable option for inpatient care services when traditional rehabilitation or long-term care programs are not a perfect fit for your needs and circumstances. If you would benefit from inpatient care services but don’t meet the requirements for Medicare, managed care or commercial insurance coverage, Providence Marianwood can help. Call (425) 391-2873 to speak with an admissions specialist or to schedule a tour.
When to consider our Short-Stay Care Bridge Option:
- If skilled nursing benefits aren’t covered through your medical plan
- For an extended rehab stay of 30 days or less after your medical coverage ends
- For a long-term care stay of 30 days or less
- For an uncovered or extended respite stay
- When skilled nursing care is needed while seeking an alternate home living situation
- Room and board
- Access to centrally located computer
- 24-hour nursing services
- Wireless Internet service
- Medication management
- Cable & television based on availability
- Recreational therapy
- Nutritious and tasty meals and snacks
- Spiritual care
- Basic personal hygiene products
What to bring with you to Providence Marianwood:
- Your medical insurance cards
- All your current medications in the original containers
- Comfortable clothing and sleepwear
- Any necessary medical supplies and equipment
- You are welcome to bring your own laptop, tablet, cell phone and other items that will make you comfortable during your stay.
Fees and Payment Information:
Providence Marianwood’s Short-Stay, Care Bridge Option makes it possible to receive 24 hour skilled nursing
care and services for about the cost of a hotel stay. Please call (425) 391-2873 for the current daily rate and terms.
* Items not covered include personal items and equipment, briefs, some dressings, some medical supplies as well as items not covered by Medicare. Laboratory tests, medications refills when due, therapy services and some medical supplies may be billed through your medical insurance plan based on your plan’s coverage and as ordered by MD when copies of medical insurance cards are provided.