Confused About the Changes in Health Care? Heritage Health has the Answers.
Got questions about health care? Well, who doesn't? It's no secret that the health care system is changing. One of the biggest changes is the role hospitals and other health care facilities will have in patient care.
Heritage Health has long been recognized in Central Illinois for providing nursing and long-term care for the elderly. While still offering long-term residental services, Heritage has refined another part of its service package to better address the new requirements and conditions in health care brought about by the Affordable Care Act of 2010. This enhanced service focuses on post-acute care and therapy services and is referred to as a skilled nursing facility.
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"Our goal is not only to reminisce with residents but make new memories with them."
Heritage Health in Bloomington, IL was the beginning of Heritage Enterprises' long tradition of providing quality nursing home care in central and northern Illinois. Having been a fixture in the community since 1963, our facility has gone through several expansions to bring us to where we are today. However, we still remain committed to providing one simple thing - quality care that families can consistently count on and trust.
"It is always our privilege to care for the elderly in a way that will enrich their lives," says Administrator Susan Holifield. "Our goal is not only to reminisce with our residents but to make new memories with them."
In addition to offering physical, occupational, and speech therapies, we also provide a wide array of skilled nursing services, such as: wound care, tracheotomy care, stage 1 cardiac rehab, IV therapy, isolation care, hospice care, and respite care.
Our Bloomington, IL facility is currently certified for 89 beds and is Medicare/Medicaid approved.