Skilled Nursing Care in Pikesville, MD
Constancy, Care & Compassion
At Autumn Ridge Health Center, our skilled nursing care teams are not only experts in their field, but they’re also warmhearted caregivers who look after the residents like family. Team members are trained in an array of disciplines to provide comprehensive health care to every resident.
North Oaks residents have access to both short-term and long-term skilled nursing care. Whether they’re recovering from illness or injury or require 24-hour supervision, they’ll find the support they need.
Autumn Ridge Health Center offers specially designed services and amenities for residents to support their emotional health as well as their physical health:
- General health supervision by dedicated, licensed health care professionals
- Medication management
- Resident care assistance 24 hours a day
- Consultation with staff regarding social and health-related issues
- Rehabilitative services, including speech, occupational and physical therapies
- Three restaurant-style meals daily
- Assistance with scheduling transportation in and around Pikesville, MD
- Cultural, social and educational activities
- Basic cable and Wi-Fi included
We Work Together to Provide the Best Care
Professional, compassionate support is delivered around-the-clock by licensed professionals, including RNs, LPNs and geriatric nurse assistants.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is skilled nursing?
It is a level of care ideal for those who are recovering from a hospital stay or who need long-term care. Professional, compassionate support is delivered around-the-clock by licensed professionals, including RNs, LPNs and geriatric nurse assistants. We also offer custom programs that encourage maximum social interaction and preserve dignity.
When is skilled nursing necessary?
This level of care is appropriate for those who require attentive medical care but don’t have the acute needs that would make hospitalization necessary. It provides a higher level of care than assisted living, whether the need is for short-term hands-on assistance with routine activities, rehabilitation services or long-term care.
When would someone need long-term care?
Long-term nursing care may be necessary for seniors who are dealing with an ongoing health condition or disability, chronic or severe pain, a chronic medical condition, permanent disability, dementia, or those who need help with activities of daily living.
Does North Oaks accept direct admission to skilled nursing?
We do not. Skilled nursing services are only available to current residents. This way we can help make sure we have the capacity to serve our residents whenever they need us.