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Pinecrest Achieves Best in Class

Pinnacle2015Pinecrest Community achieved a "Best in Class" rating from patient satisfaction surveys in Rehab Services. Best in class means scoring within the top 10% in each target area. Scoring best in class is a tremendous accomplishment as it represents direct feedback from the patients served on a daily basis. Pinecrest achieved best in class in the following areas: Quality of Service, Understood Procedures, Involvement/Goals, Pace of Progress, Results Achieved, Recommend to Others, and Overall Customer Satisfaction. For more information on inpatient or outpatient physical, occupational and speech rehabilitation services offered by Pinecrest, contact Kris Brunner at 815-734-4103 or email her at kbrunner@pinecrestcommunity.org

 

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What can Pinecrest Community offer you?

  • Physical Therapy
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Speech Language Pathology
  • Restorative Nursing

Pinecrest Community provides a complete spectrum of in patient and out patient rehabilitation services. While many other therapy programs have learned to cut services in reponse to the Prospective Payment System (PPS), Pinecrest Community continues to provide quality, comprehensive rehabilitation services such as:

  • Interdisciplinary care for a broad scope of practice and comprehensive discharge planning
  • Professional restorative nursing programs to supplement and extend the therapeutic approach
  • Rehab team leadership from a skilled program manager
  • Outcome-based treatment programs
  • Therapists who are educated in coverage and reimbursement guidelines

When can Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapy Help?

Physical Therapists (PTs) are experts in restoring lost movement and function that resulted from an injury or illness.  PTs work with our residents on:

  • Basic mobility, like getting in and out of bed
  • Balance and fall-risk reduction
  • Walking and wheelchair mobility
  • Strength and restoring lost movement
  • Exercise and treatment plans

Occupational Therapists (OTs) help correct or compensate problems with Activities of Daily Living (ADL) that resulted from an illness or injury.  OTs work with our residents on:

  • Mobility needed for functional tasks like kitchen activities or dressing
  • Muscle strength and joint range of motion to be able to regain self care ability
  • Logical thought processes for movement and activity planning, sensation, vision, dressing, grooming, hygiene, meal preparations, other household tasks

Speech Language Pathologists (SLPs) help our residents who have communication disorders resulting from illness or injury.  SLPs work with our residents on:pinecrest path

  • Language ability and cognitive retraining
  • Alternative communication strategies
  • Swallowing ability and diet textures to prevent aspiration

Restorative Nursing is an approach to assist residents to regain skills in basic Activities of Daily Living (ADL).  This program offers:

  • Self feeding Program
  • Group exercise classes
  • Exercise programs

Location

414 S. Wesley Ave.
Mt. Morris, IL 61054

Contact

815-734-4103 (p)  815-734-7318 (f)
info@pinecrestcommunity.org

Hours

Visitors are welcome anytime at Pinecrest Community, but visits are preferred from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. because the main entrance doors are locked for safety reasons overnight. Please contact us if your visiting needs differ.

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