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Skilled Nursing

Our skilled nursing is available as a direct complement to our personal care. Specific services include:

  • Personal Care Services – For individuals who would prefer to have an RN as a Personal Assistant
  • Wound Treatment
  • Stroke Recovery
  • Medication Management

Services are performed by Registered Nurses who are also trained as Personal Assistants. We do not accept Medicare as we feel it can limit our ability to provide our premium level of service which we will not sacrifice. In the event Medicare services are applicable and preferred, we can coordinate with quality providers through our Professional Network.

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All of the additional services are focused on enhancing our premium level of care. They each incorporate our key capabilities and showcase how Broad Street can serve your personal care needs while also enabling a more active lifestyle

Care Management

Highly experienced Geriatric Care Managers (GCM) serve as your personal advocate for health related needs

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Skilled Nursing

Our Registered Nurses are available to support your recovery and keep you healthy

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Stay Young Program

Health Living for the body, mind and soul

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Broad Street Adventures

Explore the world with comfort and ease

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To learn more about how Broad Street can meet your needs, call us or send us a message. We will get back to you as soon as possible.

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