Pepper Hill Center for Rehabilitation and Healing

Pepper Hill Center for Rehabilitation and Healing

FAQ

What you may be wondering

Short and long term therapy for life and living

Frequently Asked Questions

Pepper Hill Center for Rehabilitation and Healingl accepts Medicare, Medicaid, Medicare advantage plans, Long term care policies and private pay. (Please visit Insurance to learn more.)

Medicare is a federal program that will pay for a short term rehab stay at a skilled nursing facility after an individual meets the Medicare qualifications.

Medicaid is available to certain low-income residents who fit into an eligibility group that is recognized by federal and state law. (Please visit Insurance to learn more.)

First, contact the Social Worker/Case Manager at the hospital where your loved one is being treated.

The Social Worker/Case Manager will work with the facility’s Admissions Coordinator to ensure that a bed is available and ensure the proper paperwork is faxed to our facility.

Next, you may contact the Admissions Coordinator and schedule a meeting and/or tour and discuss any questions you may have upon admission.

The Pepper Hill Center for Rehabilitation and Healing offers Physical, Occupational, and Speech therapy.

Each resident is different and this makes each recovery process different as well.