Plus Care Network
When you need continued support after a hospital stay, we offer Plus Care. Your doctors will work closely with home health agencies, skilled nursing or inpatient rehab facilities and long-term hospitals to transition you to their care as you recover.
Need care after you leave the hospital?
We can help you make an informed decision.
We work closely with your doctors and care coordinators to smoothly transition you from the hospital to their care and follow your recovery progress. Additionally, our Plus Care Network facilities/agencies meet regularly with clinical readers to collaborate on best practices and review data to promote better outcomes for patients like you.
We are proud of our ability to meet our patients' clinical needs in such a way that we have high patient satisfaction and lower readmission rates.
You can benefit from a variety of services, capabilities, amenities and insurance acceptance.
At our TriStar Centennial Medical Center, TriStar Horizon Medical Center, TriStar Skyline Medical Center and TriStar Southern Hills Medical Center locations, our Plus Care Network includes:
- Home health agencies — Home health agencies offer in-home medical care using a registered nurse, physical or occupational therapist or other skilled medical professionals. Often, home healthcare is prescribed as part of a care plan following a hospitalization.
- Skilled nursing facilities — Skilled nursing facilities have at least one full-time registered nurse and a physician on staff. They provide 24/7 primary nursing care, dispense medication and help with meals and personal hygiene. Some facilities may also offer physical, occupational or speech therapies.
- Inpatient rehabilitation facilities — Inpatient rehabilitation facilities provide intensive therapy services designed to improve function and promote each patient's highest level of independence. Patients must participate in at least three hours of therapy each day.
- Long-term acute care hospitals — Long-term acute care hospitals provide treatment for patients with severe medical conditions who need ongoing care but no longer require intensive care or extensive procedures. Patients often come from intensive care units (ICUs) and require more attention than they can receive in a rehabilitation center.