Frequently Asked Questions

Find out what are the most common queries from our patients

What is post acute care?

Post-acute care (PAC) is all about rehabilitation or palliative services that individuals receive after or in some cases instead of, a stay in an acute care hospital. Depending on the type of care and monitoring required, the patient may include a stay in a facility, opt for outpatient therapy, or get care at home.


How long shall I be here?

All patients’ cases are different. Depending on your progress, you will be reviewed by our trained professionals to identify the progress.

When and why do patients choose post-acute care?

When there is no acute hospital care needed but conditions such as neurological disorders, IV therapy, generalized deconditioning, post-surgical care, or orthopedic impairments need to schedule nursing interventions or physician oversight.


What are the services provided?

The services are different for every patient. There are trained people for physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, daily nursing, emergency care, maternity care, and more.

Our Main Services

24-hour Licensed Nursing Care
IV Antibiotic Therapy
Pain Management
Wound Care Therapy
Physical Therapy
Occupational Therapy
Speech Therapy
Orthopedic Rehabilitation
Oxygen Therapy and management
Nutrition Therapy and Management
Social Services

Emergency Cases