Cardiopulmonary Disorders
Cardiopulmonary Disorders

Sagecrest Hospital licensed as a Long-term Acute Care hospital and accredited by the Joint Commission offers intense transitional care during your journey to recovery and wellness. Sagecrest provides multiple services including a 12-bed intensive unit which provides 24/7 Cardiac and pulmonary monitoring.

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Ventilator Management and Weaning Protocols
Ventilator Management and Weaning Protocols

Our hospital specializes in the treatment of medically complex ventilator- dependent patients. Long-term Acute Care facilities have the skills and expertise to meet these challenging goals. Utilizing cutting-edge technology, early intervention and early mobility our weaning protocols have been proven to achieve weaning success rates that result in transition to home or the next level of care.

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Medically Complex
Medically Complex

Conditions having multiple system involvement requiring ongoing assessment and medical intervention. This may include vascular disorders, diabetes management, hypertension, cardiac arrhythmias, pulmonary edema, renal insufficiency requiring medical management and/or dialysis, infections requiring IV antibiotics, post-operative surgical complications, and extensive wound care.

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Neurological and Musculoskeletal
Neurological and Musculoskeletal

Sagecrest provides care and treatment plans for traumatic brain disorders including strokes and spinal cord injuries. Injuries and disorders such as fractures, degenerative disease, joint replacements, amputations, and trauma require early intervention to promote optimum recovery. These disorders are usually complicated by medical instability or deconditioning following a lengthy illness or surgery. Early and on-going rehabilitation is critical to safety and promotes healing and wellness. Therapy staff will evaluate every patient to promote strengthening, mobility, and range of motion.

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Specialized Wound Care
Specialized Wound Care

Complex and nonhealing wounds can often become infected and lead to serious risks to health and well-being. As with any chronic disease process, a wound, regardless of its cause, such as diabetic neuropathy, surgical wounds , pressure ulcers, and Arterial and Venus stasis ulcers, requires intervention by specialized wound care physicians and often infection disease doctors. Other healthcare disciplines may be needed to treat the many conditions and individual aliments that may impact or delay wound healing for example Diabetic management.

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