- Private / Semi-private accommodations
- Quality food service with individual diet counseling by qualified dietetic services supervisor
- Skilled nursing care by licensed professionals with around the clock supervision by Registered Nurses
- Medical supervision by a Veterans Home Medical Director, a licensed physician knowledgeable in long-term care
- Initial dental examination and an annual exam thereafter.
- Social Services programs tailored to meet the individual needs of the resident.
- Activity program designed to appeal to the interests of the individual resident.
- Appropriate resident education programs.
- Prescribed pharmaceuticals provided to those veterans meeting Federal VA eligibility requirements. (Co-payment may be required).
- Basic supplies for personal care, such as toothbrushes, razors, skin creams, mouth care items.
- Transportation to local activities and routine medical appointments, including transportation to VA Medical Centers during normal business hours
- Laundry and linen services to include personal laundry
- Around the clock secure environment
- Free cable TV
- Maintain licensure and certification standards established by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, Healthcare Financing Administration, and the Department of Public Health Division of Healthcare Facilities.
- Appropriate support groups for families and responsible parties.
- Medicare Part B Services (Medical Supplies, Therapies - Physical, Speech, Occupational, Prosthetics, Ostomy Supplies)
- Free nursing home care
- Acute or sub-acute care
- One-on-one care
- Dispense medications not prescribed by a physician
- Restraints requested by family members, responsible parties, or friends
- Free haircuts or permanents
- Free tobacco products
- Special adaptive appliances / devices (NOTE: we do assist in securing these items through the Federal Department of Veterans Affairs for those eligible.)
- We do not provide private telephones, radios
- Replacement for loss, damage or destruction of personal items