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Long-Term Care


Sometimes, you or a loved one may need an extended hospital stay. PeaceHealth offers long-term care in an on-site, licensed, skilled nursing facility to give you or your loved one a safe, comfortable environment for care. Long-term care provides medical care and help when moving to other types of care, including hospitalizations, home care and hospice, and end-of-life care.

Long-term care is provided by doctors, nurses, therapists and other health professionals who are skilled in long-term care. Their goal is to improve how patients function and help them stay independent as long as they can.

This care can also be useful for patients who need special help in their everyday lives. It includes help with preparing and eating meals, taking medicines and getting around.

Long-term care at PeaceHealth

Convenient care

The specialists at PeaceHealth provide long-term care to comfort and assist patients and their loved ones. Providers offer support and education to make sure everyone understands the patient’s condition, recovery process, goals and expectations for treatment.

Specialized facilities

PeaceHealth offers a specialized long-term care unit. This space is a peaceful, homey place for you or your loved one to receive long-term care. The facility includes brightly-lit rooms, home-like features and family-style meals.

Integrated care

Providers work with specialists from many areas to design the care plan that’s right for you and your loved one. They’ll help provide a seamless transition of care to your home, the hospital or hospice. The providers at PeaceHealth give you access to specialty care and work closely with hospice care, palliative care, spiritual care and more.

Treatments Provided

Decision-making support (palliative and long-term care)

If you or a loved one is in long-term care, decisions can become hard to manage. Skilled staff members can help you and your family sort through your questions and help guide decisions about care. This includes help with advance directives, which are written statements about your desires for medical care.

Expressive art therapies

These programs for adults and children bring together art, music, writing and other expressive activities to help manage a number of conditions including anxiety, shortness of breath and sleep problems.

Family-style dining (long-term care)

To provide you with quality nutrition, PeaceHealth offers family-style dining. A self-directed menu of tasty, often locally sourced food can lead to a positive mealtime experience for you.

Nutritional counseling (palliative and long-term care)

The food you eat plays a major role in your health. Dietitians recommend ways to make sure you’re eating healthy and getting nutrients that provide energy and the power to recover. 

Palliative care (long-term care)

Your provider may prescribe medicines or therapies to ease pain and add to your comfort. 

Physical therapy and rehabilitation (palliative and long-term care)

Your care plan may include physical rehabilitation or occupational, speech or language therapy. These exercises and therapies, which can include respiratory therapy, help with strength and balance or feeding and swallowing.

Recreational activities (long-term care)

PeaceHealth provides therapeutic recreation to help patients exercise and spend time with others. These activities include movies, pet visits, worship services, bingo, music and more. 

Respiratory therapy
Skilled nursing care

PeaceHealth provides round-the-clock nursing care to address your health needs, manage your medicines and help with your recovery. Nurses also teach you and your family members about your condition and treatment plan. 

Social work

Based on your needs, social workers can coordinate care and resources in the community. This helps address concerns you may have, such as financial needs.

Spiritual Care

Spiritual care provides services from a variety of Christian faiths to patients and families. This support includes chaplains, counseling and worship services.