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CHC ContinueCARE hospitals provide compassionate care in a patient-focused facility. Our care teams are dedicated to recovery and restoring quality of life for patients and their families.
At ContinueCARE hospitals, patients experience compassionate care in an environment that is comforting and supportive of extended health care needs. We are proud to provide high quality care in an environment that is patient-centered and offers the latest in acute care interventions, technologies and comprehensive therapies. At ContinueCARE hospitals, patients often require extended hospitalization of 25 days or more.
Restoring Quality of Life
Our care teams are trained to care for patients with complex medical conditions who need specialized treatment and services. We uphold a tradition of providing comprehensive, multidisciplinary care across skilled teams of physicians, nurses, therapists, dietitians, social workers, case managers, pharmacists, and other professionals – working together on every aspect of patient care. We offer patient and family education, and welcome family involvement in the development of a personal plan of care.
Ready to Help
Our experienced care teams are ready to help. Thank you for allowing ContinueCARE hospitals to participate in your care. We appreciate the trust you place in us.
About ContinueCARE Hospitals
ContinueCARE hospitals are part of Community Hospital Corporation (CHC) which owns and manages long-term acute care hospitals through its not-for-profit structure, CHC ContinueCARE.
CHC is driven by passion to HELP WHERE HOSPITALS NEED IT®.
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Stay Compliant and Improve Patient Care with an Informatics Program
Technology is perhaps both the most significant opportunity and one of the greatest challenges facing community hospitals today. Electronic Health Record (EHR) platforms require consistent updates and upkeep and risk becoming a security threat. Patient data is stored on multiple platforms that may not be compatible with each other. Additionally, government regulations are changing at a rapid pace, making it difficult to stay up to date—particularly for community hospitals with limited resources.
Patient care technology continues to evolve, changing workflows for tomorrow’s growth. But growth in technology requires continuous oversight...