Trinity Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center
Offers Nursing Homes
Services and Amenities of Trinity Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center
Room and housing options
- Companion Suites: We Offer Companion Suites
- Housing Extra: Shared & Private Rooms
- Resident Capacity: 76
- Minimum Age: 18
- Pets: No Pets Allowed
- Licenses: 106794
About Trinity Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center
Trinity Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center is the newest Skilled Nursing Facility in the Trinity and surrounding area offering both long term care services as well as a Transitional Care Unit for those recovering from a recent hospitalization. Trinity Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center is the leader in providing personalized quality care for our neighbors.
Our “Golden Rule” values enable us to treat every customer as our own family member. We utilize advances in technology while holding close to our hearts the understanding that nothing replaces kindness and caring.
At Trinity Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center, we believe that our success depends on the meaningful contributions of every one of our employees. We believe that each of us must know where the company is headed and have no doubt about what is most important to us. This shared understanding focuses our efforts, shapes our thinking and guides our behavior.
The Purpose, Beliefs and Values describe our company’s direction and values. It answers three essential questions every person associated with Trinity Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center has the right to know.
Those who ask, “What does Trinity Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center want to be known for?” can find the answer in our Purpose.
Our Purpose: Our purpose is to be a leader in the health care industry by providing high-quality care at the right time in the most appropriate setting. For those who want to know, “What does Trinity Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center focus on?” our Beliefs outline the path we are following to achieve our Purpose.
Our Beliefs: We strive to achieve a patient’s optimal health, level of function and quality of life through care management programs which guide a patient’s progress. We work to improve quality by constantly challenging how we operate and by objectively and systematically evaluating clinical and financial outcomes. We want to employ the best people by providing support to achieve their highest potential, dignified treatment to maintain morale and a safe work environment to ensure their safety. We seek to build healthcare partnerships within the local communities that improve access to care and quality of services provided to patients while enhancing each partner’s values.
And finally, making clear Trinity Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center’s expectations for performance and excellence, our Values speak to our employee’s when they ask; “What do I have to do?”
Our Values: “The Golden Rule” – treat others as you would want to be treated is what we want our employees to think of when caring for residents. Taking personal responsibility; making sound judgments; working together; providing safe, responsible care; respecting the rights and dignity of others; following established standards of practice; and always doing what is the right thing to do.
At Trinity Rehabilitation & Healthcare Center, our Purpose, Beliefs and Values define who we are and what we are about. In the healthcare industry, perhaps more than any other, this information is critically important. We believe that everyone with whom we come into contact – patients, families, caregivers, customers, employees, communities and investors – has the right to know.
What Makes Us Special
With the addition of Omnicell Dispensing Cabinet, Trinity Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center (TRHC) has once again advanced their healthcare programs beyond industry standards for long term care facilities. The state-of-the-art Omnicell Dispensing Cabinet provides on-site pharmacy services allowing physician’s prescriptions to be filled much faster and more efficiently. Typically long term care facilities use outside pharmacy services that deliver medications on a daily basis, and generally not until the day following the physician’s order, which can delay the actual administration to the patient or resident.Get Costs