Understanding Skilled Nursing

Skilled nursing centers are licensed and regulated by the California Department of Public Health. They provide 24-hour nursing care to residents who are seriously ill, injured, have memory loss or are recovering from surgery and in need of rehabilitation to return home.  
Elder Care California is designed to help you find the right location, ask the right questions and understand how to get the best possible care during a difficult time.

LATEST NEWS

February 22, 2021

By ABC 7
 

Find our more about SmileMakers Station.

February 22, 2021

By McKnight's LTC News
 

No obstacle stops one man from seeing his wife in a nursing home, daily.

February 3, 2021

White House to begin sending COVID vaccines directly to retail pharmacies

By McKnight's LTC News
 

Thousands of pharmacies should begin receiving the vaccines  starting next week.

January 25, 2021

Most older adults optimistic about vaccine

By McKnight's LTC News
 

Thought seniors believe the COVID shot is promising, they want more information about it.

January 12, 2021

Sacramento LTC facility staff and residents receive COVID-19 vaccines

By KCRA 
 

Residents at Eskaton Care Center Greenhaven are excited to be a step closer in being able to see loved ones again.

December 21, 2020

By WKRG - YouTube video
 

See how one elderly couple warmly greeted each other at a nursing home during the COVID pandemic.

December 21, 2020

By ACHA/NCAL - YouTube video
 

Take a look at why one long term care nurse enjoys working in the profession.

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The site is managed by the California Association of Health Facilities which provides resources, advocacy and education to health care professionals who work in skilled nursing centers.

 

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