Skilled Nursing Home in Quitman, GA | Presbyterian Community Quitman

Our reputation for excellence in Skilled Nursing care is well known throughout Georgia. Whether you require 24-hour nursing care, rehabilitation therapy services for short-term recovery, or long-term management of a chronic condition, our Health Services Center is here for you at Presbyterian Home and Retirement Community Quitman.

By placing your needs and well-being at the center of all we do, you’ll receive the personal attention and compassion that make a remarkable difference. Consistent assignment of caregivers and a high staff-to-resident ratio allow our skilled team to really get to know you and your family. This close relationship allows our specially trained team to work intimately with families to customize care that goes beyond the traditional.

We’re not like nursing homes in Georgia. We’re a Health Services Center on the campus of a vibrant Independent Living community that provides exceptional Skilled Nursing care for seniors. We’re recognized as a leader in quality and positive outcomes, reflecting the tradition of excellence for which Presbyterian Homes of Georgia is known.

Learn more about our top-rated Skilled Nursing care by filling out our request form.

Our Highly Trained Team of Caregivers Includes:

  • Licensed registered nurses
  • Certified nursing assistants
  • Physical, speech and occupational therapists
  • Full-time pharmacist at our on-campus pharmacy
  • Chaplains
  • Activity leaders
  • Social workers

An Engaging Homelike Setting

Residents enjoy their private room and full bath. Furniture is provided; however, we encourage residents to bring personal items from home to make their new accommodations as familiar and welcoming as possible.

Meals are chef-prepared and feature a variety of menu options that appeal to wide-ranging tastes and dietary preferences. They’re served in our main dining room; for those needing additional assistance, meals can be served in a smaller dining area located in the Health Services Center.

The innovative design of The Health Services Center includes a variety of common and conversational areas for visiting with family and friends. All residents have access to the outdoor paths and gardens, lake, chapel, hair salon, and other services. They may also participate in a variety of programs, events and activities designed to enhance wellness on all levels — physical, cognitive, emotional, social and spiritual.

View our activities calendars

Additional Care and Services

  • 24/7 licensed and registered nursing care
  • 24/7 emergency response
  • Physician services on call 24/7
  • Worship services held weekly on site
  • Wellness programs to stimulate mind, body and spirit
  • Weekly housekeeping, laundry and flat linen service
  • Three chef-prepared meals daily
  • Post-surgical care
  • Orthopedic and neurologic rehabilitation
  • On-site physical, speech and occupational therapy
  • Care coordination and community transition support
  • A full complement of activities and events

Our Health Services Center is located approximately 2 miles from the Brooks County Hospital, ensuring a smooth transition if further medical care is needed. The Health Services Center is a fully licensed nursing facility that participates in Medicare, Medicaid, the Veterans Administration Program and many other long-term care insurance programs.

FAQs

Presbyterian Home and Retirement Community Quitman is Medicare-certified. With a qualifying hospital stay, Medicare typically covers days 1-20 of the stay. A Medicare-set daily coinsurance rate will be assessed for days 21-100. Medicare payment rules are very stringent and vary depending on a number of factors. Your out-of-pocket expense may vary based on any additional insurance coverage you may have. Visit https://www.medicare.gov/coverage/skilled-nursing-facility-care.html for more details.

Skilled Nursing is commonly needed after an illness or injury. These are some conditions that often require skilled care for seniors:

  • Congestive heart failure
  • Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
  • Stroke
  • Cardiac failure
  • Parkinson’s disease
  • Diabetes
  • Alzheimer’s disease
  • Other major illness
  • Hip or bone fracture
  • Fall-related injury
  • Orthopedic surgery
  • Severe osteoarthritis