History of Service
Valencia Hills Health and Rehabilitation Center is proud of our long history of quality in Lakeland. Valencia was originally built in 1977. This wisdom serves us with distinction. Valencia caregivers have been providing a high quality of service to our patients for a long time. We have many employees who have impressive terms of service, some well over 20 years! Length of service is an important question to ask when touring facilities. It is vital that caregivers enjoy their job and are loyal when providing such intimate hands on care.
Valencia Hills Health and Rehabilitation Center is in a unique position due to our size to service many of your health care needs. We offer a fantastic Sub-Acute Rehab unit for our short-stay patients recovering from acute care episodes. These services include, but are not limited too, IV therapy, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, Diabetes Management, Restorative Therapy, and 24 hour Nursing Care. Valencia’s rehab unit is unique in that we offer 12 private rooms. Valencia realizes that today’s rehabilitation patients are younger and more active then ever before, so we have tailored our programs around this.
Valencia Hills Health and Rehabilitation Center also houses a secured care unit. The unit specializes in the care and services necessary for cognitively impaired residents. These services begin with a locked unit where wandering residents are able to move freely without fear of getting out of the facility. Our memory care services also include daily nursing care by specially trained staff that are familiar with the latest strategies in caring for residents with dementia or cognitive impairments. We also offer easy access to Alzheimers support groups, educational opportunities, and a safe comforting environment for your loved one.
Valencia Hills also offers a wide range of long term care services. With our three, sixty bed units that specialize in long term care your loved ones will have a stable, happy, qualified staff to provide the care your loved one deserves. Plenty of capacity allows us to see to it that your loved one doesn’t have to move to another facility after finishing rehabilitation if they are not able to return home. Many times residents in short term facilities are relocated after finishing therapy to other facilities, many times outside of the local community, and the process of adjustment starts all over again. Our patients simply move from one unit to the next as necessary. This allows the family and the resident to have a much easier adjustment time.