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We are proud of our professional staff consisting of professional RNs, LPNs and nursing assistants. Our staff members are devoted to assisting residents so that they meet their daily physical, social, and psychological requirements. Pickerington Care and Rehabilitation has been giving residents the care, dignity and respect they deserve for generations.
Your first step in determining if Pickerington is the right place for you is to stop by for a free tour. While you are exploring our scenic grounds, visiting buildings, and speaking with residents, you will also have a chance to meet various team members. You can also speak with our care team to determine how Pickerington can help you. Give us a call at (614) 863-1858 or schedule a free tour to learn more.
Your level of care is determined by our specialized care team, who will review your current health, including your medical history, to learn the best way to take care of you and address all of your needs.
Yes. Short term care is best for those recovering from a hospital stay or in need of help to make the transition back home, or to take care of someone when a family caregiver is not available (for instance, while on vacation). If there are limited recovery choices, or if extra time is necessary to move back home, our professionally trained care team can help. Our care team includes RNs, LPNs, and nursing assistants to help make any necessary transition. Learn more about our short term care.
Yes, at specific times there is access to transportation for residents.
Yes! Pickerington offers 24-hour skilled nursing care in our care facility.
Yes! We have a number of different on-site amenities to help promote happy and healthy living here at Pickerington. You can learn more about our amenities by clicking here.
Cost can vary by a lot, depending on the level of care the resident needs and the level of insurance coverage the resident has. Please give us a ring at (614) 863-1858 to learn more about the cost involved.
Yes, although there may be some limitations involved. Please discuss your pet with our staff when coming in for the free tour.