When you have realized that in-home care of your loved one is no longer an option, you also recognize that you are not willing to place their care in the hands of just anyone. What you want is a place where love, patience and understanding are at the heart of every action, and every decision that is made is for the benefit of your loved one.
At Twin Pines North Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, we understand your concern for your loved one and we are here to help you. We hope that, with the help of our caring and professional staff, you will feel at ease placing your loved one in our warm and comfortable care.
Our visiting hours are Monday through Friday 7am to 8pm, Saturday and Sunday 8am to 5pm. Visitors are NOT allowed to stay overnight in resident rooms.
Families of those in need of care should have the following:
· Financial Information
· Medicare Card
· Social Security Number
· Referring doctor to follow in the nursing facility
· Responsible Party Contact Information
· Power of Attorney
· Advanced Directives
· Living Will
Medicare, managed care, private pay, and private insurance are accepted. We do not accept VA benefits at this time. Some examples of accepted providers include United Healthcare, Humana, Wellmed, and Aetna. Feel free to contact us if you have questions regarding your insurance coverage as other providers may be accepted.
Yes, you can keep your current physician. Alternatively, we have a physician on staff that can be provided to you.
All medication will be kept in medication rooms and administered by medication aides and nurses. Residents are NOT allowed to keep medications in their rooms.
Each room is equipped with its own TV, bed, bedside table and armoire for hanging clothes. PLEASE DO NOT bring furniture, recliners, aerosols, heated blankets, heating pads, etc. If you wish to inquire about a specific item, please contact us at 361-576-9263 or by sending us an email through our contact page.
Currently, we offer our residents the opportunity to attend Catholic Mass on Wednesdays courtesy of Holy Family Catholic Church.
We recognize how stressful it can be to make the decision to move a loved one into a long term care facility. A social worker is available to assist a resident and their families with the transition from their home to a nursing facility.