Taking this approach, we recognized the importance of cardiac care and that our region was lacking a specific program and decided this was a great opportunity to stick out in the area.
MYSTIC, Conn. (PRWEB) February 07, 2018
Apple Rehab Mystic recently launched a new, multidisciplinary cardiac program for its patients. Apple Rehab as a company strives to recognize regional needs in order to provide the highest quality of care and programs to its residents.
“Taking this approach, we recognized the importance of cardiac care and that our region was lacking a specific program and decided this was a great opportunity to stick out in the area,” said Wes Downing, Administrator of Apple Rehab Mystic. “This program will encompass nursing, recreational programming, diet and therapy.”
The new cardiac program will also include a heavy emphasis on education before residents are sent home. This will ensure they continue the cardiac program after discharge.
Apple Rehab Mystic blends superior programs and services with contemporary healing environments, providing an unparalleled rehabilitation experience. Apple Rehab also promotes an individualized approach to care using the latest advancements in rehabilitation and nursing care.
About Apple Rehab Inc.
Apple Health Care is the nation’s leading privately held nursing home company. Consumer Reports has rated Apple Rehab as the best for-profit long-term care company in America. Developed by leading experts in the rehabilitation and skilled nursing industry, Apple Rehab Mystic was designed to meet the needs of today’s post-operative patient. For more information, please call Apple Rehab Mystic at (860) 536-9655, or visit http://www.apple-rehab.com.
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