You Can’t Keep a Good Man Down: the Steve Woodley Story
Walker Methodist’s history dates back to 1876 and our core health services have shifted over the course of our timeline as the needs of our communities have.Read More
That’s the positive message you’ll see on virtually every get-well-soon greeting card. It's also the philosophy at every Walker Methodist transitional care community. We're there for anyone who needs to regain strength and independence after a surgery, injury, or illness - regardless of the age of our guests. We transition patients from the hospital to their homes, ensuring safety and a successful recuperation along the way.
Yes, skilled nursing and rehabilitation care are offered in many Walker Methodist communities. We happily consult with every resident to make sure their community has the resources to fit their care needs.
Absolutely, all Walker Methodist transitional care programs are designed to support the recovery and rehabilitation of adults aged 18+.
When people suffer an acute illness, injury, or undergo surgery to repair something, they just might not be ready to go home. Transitional care is the necessary support and ongoing therapy option to recovery necessary to bridge the gap between hospital and home.