When you or someone you love needs nursing care or rehab therapy following illness, surgery or injury, we provide specialized short- and long-term Skilled Nursing care in Culpeper, Va designed to help you reach your highest potential. This innovative programming strives to improve all aspects of life — physical, cognitive, social, emotional and spiritual. And you’ll find it all right here on our beautiful, familiar campus among loved ones, friends and compassionate caregivers.
It’s one of the many reasons why we continually earn a 5-Star rating from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) for excellence in care.
We’re not a nursing home in Culpeper, Va. We’re a vibrant senior living community that provides the security of a full continuum of care if you ever need it in a loving, family atmosphere. Our new, state-of-the-art Health Services Center places you and your needs at the forefront of everything we do.
Registered nurses, licensed practical nurses and certified nursing assistants (CNAs) are on-site around-the-clock. The longevity of our team promotes continuity of care and close, personal bonds with residents that can lead to more positive outcomes.
This dedicated team will partner with you, your family and doctor to integrate a personalized care plan to meet your specific needs and enhance your independence. This assurance of quality care and personal attention can make a remarkable difference for you and your family.
Learn more about our top-rated Skilled Nursing care in Culpeper, Va, by filling out our request form.
Services and Amenities Include:
- 24/7 licensed and registered nurses
- Physician services on call 24/7
- 24-hour emergency response system
- High level of staff presence and engagement
- Wellness programs to stimulate mind, body and spirit
- Weekly housekeeping, laundry and flat linen service
- Three chef-prepared meals daily in consultation with a registered dietitian
- Post-surgical care
- Orthopedic and neurologic rehabilitation
- On-site physical, speech and occupational therapies
- Care coordination and community transition support
New Skilled Nursing Accommodations
Long-term care at The Culpeper features two intimate homelike neighborhoods for exceptional Skilled Nursing that accommodate up to 31 residents, with up to 15 residents in one neighborhood, 16 in the other. You’ll enjoy your own spacious room with private bath, and many have gorgeous mountain views. Furniture is provided; however, we encourage you and your family to bring personal items to make your space comfortable and cozy.
Each specialized neighborhood offers a shared country kitchen, a large open living area with comfortable seating, a fireplace and big-screen TV. They also have their own dining room where restaurant-style meals surprise and delight. Cooked-to-order dishes from a choice-filled menu are specially prepared by our excellent culinary team. There’s also a well-stocked pantry with a salad station, fresh sandwiches, snacks and refreshments.
To encourage residents to maximize their abilities and get the most out of each day, we offer specially designed activities and programs led by our certified activities director.
The Culpeper is Medicare-certified and accepts direct admissions into our health care services.
We offer a month-by-month rental fee contract option for long-term Skilled Nursing with a one-month non-refundable deposit. The month-by-month rental fee contract includes three meals a day; all utilities except telephone and cable TV; housekeeping and access to transportation for local medical appointments; and specially designed activities and cultural, social and educational programs.
Per Day Rental Fee:
$330 per day
Frequently Asked Questions
First, determine your needs. Most Health Services and Skilled Nursing communities offer both long-term health care and short-term rehab/therapy services. If the need is for long-term care, you’ll want to be sure the surroundings are comfortable. The staff, food and recreation opportunities should all be high-quality. If the need is for rehab, ask about the success rates in dealing with this particular diagnosis. Tour the building and the rehab area, using all your senses to make an assessment: Does it smell clean? Are the rooms and work areas cluttered? Are the staff and other residents noisy? How appetizing is the food? In what ways do the staff interact with residents? Do the other residents seem content and well-groomed? What kind of activities are on the monthly calendar? Can you review a sample menu? These details will help you make a decision.
Skilled Nursing care is commonly needed after an illness, surgery or injury. These are some conditions that often require skilled care for seniors:
- Congestive heart failure
- Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
- Cardiac failure
- Parkinson’s disease
- Alzheimer’s disease
- Other major illness
- Hip or bone fracture
- Hip or knee replacement surgery
- Fall-related injury
- Orthopedic surgery
- Severe osteoarthritis