Overview Of Your Stay
At Providence Marianwood!
Thank you for choosing to have your transitional care and rehabilitation / therapies at Providence Marianwood. We warmly welcome you and your family.
We will be expecting you. After you check in with the receptionist, you will be escorted to the Transitional Care Unit. Care staff will meet you and help you to get comfortable and familiar with the room amenities. Family members are welcome to accompany you and take part in the orientation.
Please bring your Hospital Discharge Summary papers with you at the time of admission. An admissions counselor will meet with you to review your paperwork and answer any questions you may have.
It is also helpful to bring your medications. If you do not bring your medications, we will work with you and your doctor to get them ordered, but please be aware there may be a delay or a generic drug may be used until your brand name medications are available.
Our interdisciplinary team of nurses, physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech therapists and social workers will collaborate with you, your doctor and your family to develop an individualized care plan.
Meals are available in the dining room or served in your room at your preference. Meals are generally served at 8 a.m., 12 p.m. and 5 p.m and snacks are available round the clock. The Bistro has coffee, tea and vending machines and is always open.
Your room has cable TV and a telephone for your convenience. A guest Wifi is available.
Your personal physicians can follow your care here if they choose. Otherwise our Medical Director and the Swedish Residential Care Team will oversee your care.
You will be treated with dignity and respect at all times and your personal preferences and choices will be honored. Please let us know what we can do to make you comfortable during your stay.
You will be offered a variety of activities and programs during your stay. Please let us know what you are interested in and what you enjoy so that we can help connect you with enriching activities.
Your discharge date will be based on your progress and doctor's orders. Your case manager will work closely with the care team to review your progress and to ensure an appropriate length of stay with appropriate therapies and a safe transition back into your home.
As you prepare to return home, our social workers will assist you and your family in planning a safe and successful return to home. Home health services will be arranged if needed.
Please provide the name and location of the pharmacy you will use after discharge so that we can assist with transitioning medications if needed. And please plan follow up treatment with your primary health care provider.