We’re pleased to announce that Long Term Care at GRHS has received an overall rating of five-out-of-five stars from Medicare’s Nursing Home Compare program. You can learn more about how we were rated compared to other area nursing homes on the Nursing Home Compare website. Search by nursing home name, county, state or zip code.
Comfort for your loved one, peace of mind for you
Our 110-bed long-term care facility is an especially warm and welcoming place. Here, we care for residents who can no longer live independently and need daily medical care.
Single and double rooms, with space for personal belongings, are a short walk from our sunny atrium. The atrium area includes comfortable seating, a piano, an aviary, a large-screen TV and plenty of room for groups of visitors. Dining rooms double as activity rooms.
It’s a lively place with caring staff and volunteers who build relationships with our residents. All of our staff who work directly with residents participate in Alzheimer’s Disease and dementia-care training every year — nursing, social services, dietary, activities, housekeeping, laundry, maintenance and business support service staff.
Easy access to needed care
Certified nurse practitioner Michele Schuberg provides care for Long Term Care residents as their needs arise. She divides her time between Long Term Care and our hospital transitional care unit and is available when the charge nurse reports an immediate health concern such as acute pain or a sudden change in vital signs. GRHS doctors and our medical director, Dr. Bryan Petersen, make regular visits, too. And we’re only a corridor away from hospital care if it’s needed.
For the health of our residents, visitors and employees, all GRHS facilities and grounds are tobacco free.