Skilled Nursing & Long Term Care
What’s your readmission rate? The national average is 19.4%.
Arete Rehab is proud of our 4.76% hospital readmission rate and we won’t stop there. We're redefining the patient-driven experience, for both our partner facilities and patients. We have always focused on patient outcomes and never on minutes. So, our practice model doesn’t change—will yours?
PDPM 101: What Skilled Nursing Providers Need to Know Now
Arete Rehab partners with skilled nursing facilities (SNF) who are looking for tailored contract rehab services to meet the needs of short stay patients, and long term residents, while going above and beyond to help maintain your Five-Star CMS Quality Rating. Our therapists work hard to understand your LTC facility’s needs and its personality to fit the pieces of the puzzle with the right rehab staff that will help you succeed.
As a leading national contract rehab provider, an Arete Rehab partnership also improves statistics that matter to upstream referral providers like hospitals. We help reduce re-hospitalization rates and work to improve your census as our therapists are trained to recognize a re-hospitalization risk. They immediately recommend that the client be re-admitted to the SNF, rather than ending up in a hospital emergency room.
Why we're the right fit:
We are physically present on a daily basis to communicate with you and your facility's staff.
We work to understand your LTC facility's staff, operations, goals and needs.
We find the right staff that will fit with your LTC facility to elevate care delivery.
We make staffing changes to optimize patient care, resident safety and efficiency.
We have a qualified and dedicated on-site Director of Rehab who participates in all facility meetings.
We can provide community-based Med B outpatient therapy services, including home-based therapy for short term rehab patients.
We enhance your visibility by providing "patient outcomes" to referral sources, networking, while developing relationships with local hospitals and referring physicians.
A partnership includes dedicated on-site therapists:
Director of Rehab
Physical Therapist (PT)
Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA)
Occupational Therapist (OT)
Certified Occupational Therapist Assistant (COTA)
Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP)