Compassion, comfort and community.
Long-term diagnoses call for long-term plans. Always, we’re ready. For well over 45 years, we’ve served seniors within the greater Bryan, Texas community — and more recently, Arbor Oaks residents. Medicare-rated at 5 of 5 stars, Crestview is one of the most respected choices for Long-term Skilled Nursing.
Ours is the place for genuine compassion. We’re the people who authentically comfort. And this is the community that uplifts and encourages.
We provide professional long-term skilled nursing and short-term rehabilitation, giving our independent living residents priority access. The public has access to our skilled nursing services, as available. We truly care about all our skilled nursing residents — no matter where they come from. Around the clock, you’ll find qualified, experienced physicians and teams of licensed professionals — including RNs, LPNs, certified nurse aides and certified medication aides. Each holds you or your loved one in the eye of their compassion. You can count on:
- 24/7 nursing care
- Complete assistance with all ADLs (activities of daily living), e.g., ambulation, bathing, dressing, eating and grooming
- Medication management services
Respecting the human need for comfort.
We never forget that each individual who resides here is a unique person, with a rich history, vital connections and skills, and dignity.
- Personalized bedrooms with a choice of private or companion suite
- Exceptional dining services offering 3 meals per day in an elegant setting
- Recreational, social and spiritual activities to promote whole-person wellness, with many programs customized to individual preference or need
- Spiritual care for various denominations provided by an on-site campus chaplain
- Transportation to medical appointments and scheduled group activities
The life-sustaining, spirit-lifting, family-like system of relationships — that’s what residents of our Long-Term Skilled Nursing find in the Crestview community. While the immediate goals are to maximize each resident’s physical, cognitive, emotional, social and spiritual health, the larger responsibility is to ensure each resident is enfolded in the community’s care — appreciated, respected and loved.
Long-term Skilled Nursing, for the care of acute illness.
Crestview Long-term Skilled Nursing is appropriate when services at home are already at capacity and it’s anticipated that 24/7 nursing from a team of experts will be required for weeks and months on end.
A Host of Volunteer Angels
Since 1970 when we opened Crestview, an organized group of volunteers has provided countless hours of special services and activities to enrich the lives of our residents, especially those less able to lead active and more fulfilling lives on their own. The generosity and tenderness of our volunteers, while unstinting, must not be an unsung. (If you would consider volunteering, please let us know.)
Whether your family needs help now or you’re working proactively, don’t hesitate to contact us today. To alleviate what could easily become an overwhelming home care burden, the solution is Crestview Short- or Long-term Skilled Nursing.
Skilled Nursing FAQ
When home care and/or outpatient care are inadequate to the demands of care for an acute illness, injury or post-op condition that doesn’t require hospitalization, Skilled Nursing is appropriate. Examples include:
- Cardiac failure
- COPD (Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease)
- Congestive heart failure
- Parkinson’s disease
- Severe osteoarthritis
- Other major illness, event or surgery
Ordinarily, short-term Skilled Nursing refers to treatment which, when completed, results in the resident returning home. That’s Rehabilitation, a set of services provided under the auspices of the Skilled Nursing area. Long-term Skilled Nursing is for the prolonged treatment of acute illness.
To make the most effective treatment plan asap, please provide this information when you come:
- Health insurance, with policy numbers of private medical insurance, prescription plan, Medicare/Medicaid, long-term care insurance, plus vision and dental (if applicable)
- Medical information, with doctor and pharmacy contact, medical diagnoses, allergies and drug sensitivities, health history, and a health event log with hospitalizations, surgeries and major health events (if any)
- Medications, including (for each) the name, dosage, how and when to take it, why it was prescribed, start and stop dates, whether monitoring is required, the doctor who prescribed it and if there are any side effects
- If you hold the patient’s Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care, bring a copy. If you have a copy of their advance medical directives, such as a Do Not Resuscitate order (DNR) or a Physician Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment form (POLST), please bring it.