Established in Ashland County in 1956, The Good Shepherd Rehabilitation and Healthcare Campus has been dedicated to providing the finest health care services within an atmosphere of gracious hospitality.
The Good Shepherd successfully blends the tradition of Victorian architecture with state-of-the-art medical technology and offers a campus setting that allows individuals to move within various levels of care depending on their needs at that time. Although our services have expanded over the years, resident comfort and satisfaction remain our primary concerns.
ServicesComprehensive Rehabilitation At The Good Shepherd, our outstanding team of licensed therapists offers state-of-the-art customized rehabilitation services to each individual. Our rehabilitation program is designed for individuals who are recovering from:
Rehabilitative services include physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech/language therapy. Services are available seven days a week and are coordinated through each individual's physician.
Transitional Care Unit Let The Good Shepherd facilitate your transition between hospital and home. The Good Shepherd provides short-term rehabilitation stays in our Transitional Care Unit. We provide daily skilled nursing and major therapy services, including physical, occupational and speech therapy. Many patients return home after just a short stay with the confidence and abilities needed to live an independent life. With our caring staff and licensed therapists, we can meet all your needs as well as provide you with preventative wellness programs to continue your rehabilitation after you return home.
Complex Medical Care and Skilled Nursing The Good Shepherd provides exceptional skilled nursing and support services to meet many complex and diverse diagnoses. We maintain 24-hour registered and professional nurse coverage supported by our highly trained care assistants. The Good Shepherd is equipped to provide:
• IV Therapy • Wound Care • Oxygen/Aerosol Therapy • Diabetic Monitoring • Tracheostomy Care • Tube Feedings
Windsor Abbey Memory Care Program The Good Shepherd is proud to be Ashland County's exclusive provider of specialized care to individuals with Alzheimer's disease and memory related impairments. This unique program provides creative, optimistic and dignified care to residents who are experiencing memory challenges. Designed to meet the sensitive needs of this population, our individualized approach incorporates family members and residents in a partnership of care giving.
Short Stay Program We invite our community to take a break at The Good Shepherd. Our short stay option allows individuals to experience The Good Shepherd for one day, a long weekend or even a week at a time. Our program is designed to foster resident independence within the community and extend extra support to family members and caregivers. It's the ideal solution for a vacation!
Extended Care Program For more than 50 years, The Good Shepherd has been the leader in Ashland County in providing compassionate and dignified care to individuals within our community. We place special emphasis on the Victorian theme, wellness and quality living. Our philosophy respects each individual's integrity and choices, and promotes meaning and purpose. The Good Shepherd maintains caring collaborations with local hospice organizations to provide additional services to terminally ill residents and their families.
They've never dismissed any of my concerns as unimportant, and take every concern of mine very seriously. There was lots of available parking at their office. I was glad that I didn't have to drive around looking for parking. I appreciated that they were still concerned about my health even after I left the office. They followed up with me after my appointment and everything. This provider has helpful information available online, which is really convenient. They have a good website and online presence.
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