Before Admitting

We urge every guardian to consider the following before admitting their loved one. We are flexible to your needs and want to ensure that we can provide the exact care you are looking for.

We strive to ease some of the pressure and responsibility of your family member when they become part of our community. We want to know who your choice of Physician and Pharmacist are so there is no gap in delivery of medical care or prescriptions. We want you to know that the care of your loved one is in good hands.

Our Certified Nursing Assistants and 24 hour nursing care team wants to provide you with the best service possible. We need current information to properly take care of your loved one.

Upon admittance, who is the guardian that will be our point of contact? We are dedicated to providing for your loved one and want to be able to reach you immediately if a concern arises. We work vigilantly, night or day, and want to keep you informed and updated periodically.

We offer secure units, semi-private or private rooms.

Colonial Nursing home understands the complexities of life and want to ensure that we are dedicated to the care of your loved one at all times. We want to be able to provide everything we can for your loved ones. All of our residents in our community are part of our family and we want to make sure their final wishes and requests are taken care of.

Cost of Admission

Whether it is Medicaid, Medicare or Private pay, Colonial can work with you to determine what is best for your family member.

Residents owe their monthly income (social security, retirement and VA) less monthly medical insurance premium and $38 to keep for personal allowance.

Once the resident is Medicaid Certified, the state will pay for the difference of the monthly cost.

Residents do not owe their income to the nursing home while admitted as Medicare residents. However, before Medicare days are exhausted (up to 100 days with co-pay after first 20 days or resident reaches their goal,) the resident must apply for Medicaid if they will not be paying privately.

Contact us for the current private room rates. If admitted under Medicare, the residents will be charged private rates, after being discharged from Medicare.