Rehab-to-Home Recoveries and Long-Term Care
For short-term rehabilitation or long-term skilled nursing, our multidisciplinary approach to comprehensive care in York Place Skilled Nursing & Rehab at Bishop Spencer Place focuses on medical needs, as well as emotional, spiritual and social needs. We embrace this unique approach of blending quality care with resident enrichment provided by a compassionate, highly engaged staff. Our staff-to-resident ratios are significantly higher than both the Missouri and national averages. In fact, we have more than double the Missouri average of licensed nurse staffing hours per resident each day.
Plus, as part of Saint Luke’s Health System we are able to closely coordinate senior care with many of the Kansas City area’s best physicians, hospitals, and specialty health care providers.
We specialize in short-term rehabilitation, discharge planning and returning people to their home. In fact, our return-to-home success rate and hospital readmission rate both consistently trend better than the national average. This is achieved through top-notch, post-surgical rehabilitation services, including physical, speech and occupational therapy – right here at Bishop Spencer Place.
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Frequently Asked Questions About Skilled Nursing & Rehab
Your rehab begins per your doctor’s orders, typically as soon as you arrive at Bishop Spencer Place. Upon admission, our therapy team will develop an individualized treatment plan in collaboration with your doctor. Our medical director also provides oversight to ensure the best care and therapy plans are in place.
We suggest wearing comfortable athletic wear or leisurewear. This may include items such as tennis shoes and sweatpants. Your nurse will provide you with specific instructions if need-be.
Our social services team receives daily updates from the staff and closely tracks each person’s care plan. Our social workers hold meetings with family members as appropriate, and your family is welcome to contact the social workers at any time to ask for an update.
Medicare covers certain skilled care services that are needed daily on a short-term basis (up to 100 days) if you meet Medicare’s skilled benefit requirements. More information on Medicare is available by calling 1-800-MEDICARE or by visiting www.medicare.gov.
Yes. We offer medication administration and monitoring.
Before you discharge, our therapy team and social workers will develop a plan to help you transition back to your home. This plan will include any equipment needs or services you may need. Our team will work with you and your insurance provider to ensure you have what you need to return home.
Peter Holt, M.D.
Team Member Since 1995
Team Member Since 1999