Short- and Long-Term Skilled Nursing Care
Daily Care Delivered with Heart
Skilled nursing care at Casa offers hands-on daily attention in a warm and supportive environment. We’ve moved far beyond the old stereotypes of a skilled nursing facility. Our team gets to know each resident’s personality as well as their medical conditions to provide a personalized care plan and a fulfilling day-to-day experience.
If your loved one has a chronic condition that requires daily attention, skilled nursing team members provide the expert senior care services they need and the compassion they deserve.
Short-term care is designed to help your loved one recover after an illness, injury or hospital stay. In addition to activities of daily living, the team also offers wound care and short-term rehabilitation.
Here to Help
We offer a comprehensive spectrum of skilled nursing care on-site, and our staff of licensed professionals is available around-the-clock to provide personalized care.
- Medicare-certified skilled nursing
- 24-hour registered nurses
- Full-time registered dietitian
- Electronic medical records
- Weekend and after-hours admissions
- Social services
- Pastoral care
- Restaurant-style dining
- Free Wi-Fi
- Visitors and pets welcome
- Cable TV
- Local phone
- Scheduled activities, including music programs, exercise, pet therapy, religious services, current event discussions and more
Complete the contact form to find out more about skilled nursing in Rancho Bernardo.
What is skilled nursing?
Skilled nursing is for seniors who need greater short-term care while recovering from illness, injury or a hospital stay, or for seniors who need long-term care for chronic conditions. Professional, compassionate support is delivered around-the-clock by licensed professionals, including RNs, LVNs and CNAs.
Skilled nursing care requires daily involvement from licensed nursing and/or rehabilitation team members. Medicare will cover a portion of the cost of skilled nursing care. By contrast, assistance with basic activities of daily living (dressing, bathing, walking, etc.), is deemed custodial care and isn’t covered under Medicare.
When is skilled nursing necessary?
Skilled nursing is the right choice for seniors who need 24-hour attentive medical care but don’t have acute needs that require hospitalization. It provides a higher level of care than assisted living, whether the senior needs rehabilitation services, more attentive assistance with routine activities, or long-term care.
Some conditions that require skilled nursing care include (but aren’t limited to) cardiac failure, late-stage Parkinson’s disease, stroke, hip or bone fracture, surgery recovery, etc.
Will Medicare pay for skilled nursing?
Casa de las Campanas is Medicare-certified. After a qualifying hospital stay, Medicare typically covers 1-20 days of skilled nursing. A daily coinsurance rate set by Medicare will be applied for days 21-100. Medicare payment rules are strict and vary depending on any number of factors. Out-of-pocket expenses may fluctuate based on additional insurance coverage you may have. Visit medicare.gov/coverage/skilled-nursing-facility-care for more details.