Welcome To Ridgewood Manor Nursing & Rehabilitation Center
At Ridgewood Manor Nursing & Rehabilitation Center, residents experience the tranquility of the countryside combined with the amenities of suburban life. Whether your stay is short and recuperative or intended for a longer period, each resident is welcomed both as an individual and as part of our community.
Our belief is that each person’s care and emotional needs are unique. We fully integrate the clinical, spiritual, and social components of daily living to provide the highest quality of care in a serene setting.
Ridgewood Rehabilitation & Living Center FAQ
What happens next after we choose your facility?
Once the admission team becomes aware that you have chosen our facility, they will contact you or your hospital discharge planner. They will collect some medical information, verify your insurance, assure that we can provide everything that you will require and work with the hospital and/or your family to arrange the day and time of admission. They will also arrange a time for you or your family member to sign in and complete all of the necessary forms.
What is the difference in your therapy program vs. an outpatient or in-home program?
An inpatient skilled therapy program offers a more intense level of therapy, more often than an outpatient or in-home program. You will work with the same therapists to meet your unique goals in the quickest way possible.
What will my insurance cover?
Everyone’s insurance is different. The admission team is more than happy to review your specific insurance prior to admission and let you know exactly what will be covered and what your responsibility will be.
Do you accept Medicaid?
We accept Medicaid for primary payer for room and board or secondary payer to Medicare. However, Medicaid cannot be the only insurance source alone. A patient must also carry Medicare insurance as well. Medicaid patients must meet current Medicaid guidelines and the facility must be able to meet the patient’s requirements.