Skilled Nursing & Long-Term Care
Clinical expertise with a warm, caring heart.
Whether you need short-term, post-hospital care, wound care, IV therapy or long-term care, the skilled nursing services at The Arbour Health Center combine compassion with advanced nursing competency. Our team of professionals places you and your needs at the center of everything we do. We create individual care plans that promote independence and lead to better outcomes — all in a comfortable, homelike setting.
If you have questions about long-term care at Westminster, please fill out the form on the page or give us a call at 512-298-5177.
A safe space to get the care you need.
Our goal at Westminster’s Arbour Health Center is to maximize the physical, cognitive, emotional, social and spiritual potential of our residents, and provide peace of mind for those who love them.
Skilled nursing services at The Arbour.
We offer advanced services and compassionate care. You might say it’s the best of both worlds.
- Post-hospital/surgical care
- Orthopedic rehabilitation
- Post-stroke rehabilitation
- IV therapies
- Wound care management
- Flexible admission hours
Skilled nursing amenities.
Our additional amenities provide extra comfort during recovery.
Spacious, well-designed private suites
Chef-prepared cuisine to meet specialized dietary needs
Well-appointed common areas, including living, dining and activities spaces
Skilled Nursing Q&A
What is skilled nursing care?
Skilled nursing residents at The Arbour receive licensed, comprehensive, round-the-clock care in private or semi-private suites. Our services include:
- IV therapy
- Post-surgical care/post-hospital care
- Wound care
- Nutrition management
- Orthopedic and joint replacement rehab
- Post-stroke rehabilitation
- Speech therapy
- Occupational therapy
- Other support services
When is skilled nursing care necessary?
In the short term, after an illness, injury or surgery, skilled nursing is often called for. These are common conditions that require short-term care for seniors:
- Congestive heart failure
- Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
- Cardiac failure
- Parkinson’s disease
- Other long-term illnesses
- Hip or bone fracture
- Fall-related injury
- Orthopedic surgery
- Severe osteoarthritis
When would someone need long-term care?
Potential candidates for long-term care include those who are dealing with:
- An ongoing health condition or disability
- Chronic severe pain
- Chronic medical condition
- Permanent disability
- Need for help with activities of daily living
- Advanced age that has led to frailty and a need for supervision
Is there availability for direct admissions?
As our health services are in high demand, at this time we only have limited availability in our assisted living, skilled nursing and memory support neighborhoods. If you’d like to know more about Westminster’s Life Care program, which offers independent living residents priority access to long-term care options, we’ll be happy to answer your questions any time.