Skilled Nursing



559-624-6080 or 559-624-6011
1633 S. Court Street
Visalia, CA 93277

Visiting Hours: 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. 

The skilled nursing center at Kaweah Delta Health Care District provides a pleasant, relaxed and home-like atmosphere while patients are receiving a higher level of care than can be given at home. This unit, which is comprised of beds in our Transitional Care and Subacute Care Units, offers large, semi-private rooms, a spacious and colorfully furnished dayroom for visiting, TV viewing or planned activities. A tree-shaded courtyard provides an area where visitors can be received for more private conversations.

Each person is cared for by an interdisciplinary team which may include: 

  • A Physician
  • Nursing Staff
  • A Social Worker
  • A Pharmacist
  • Physical and Speech Therapists
  • Activity Coordinators

For more information or to arrange time to take a closer look, please call our intake liaison at 559-624-6011.  

 

Transitional Care 

Kaweah Delta's Transitional Care Services is a 24-bed unit that supports short stay patients with specific therapy needs. Such patients can include patients in need of extensive wound care who use devices to facilitate wound healing, patients in need of long-term antibiotic intravenous therapy, patients in end stage renal disease that require dialysis, diabetic support, cardiovascular/stroke support, cardiac and post open-heart support. 

Transitional Care Services emphasizes:

  • Physical therapy
  • Occupational therapy
  • Restorative nursing
  • Activity/recreational therapy
  • Speech therapy   
  • End-Of-Life Care 

TCS provides specialized care of client for healing wounds, long-term antibiotic therapy, physical therapy or occupational therapy needs. Our nurses are highly trained to provide skilled care at end-of-life; hospice services may also be provided.  

Subacute Care 

At Kaweah Delta Health Care District, our Subacute Unit is a 30-bed long-term care unit catering to the more extensive disabled patients with respiratory assisted devices such as tracheotomies and/or tracheotomies with a ventilator in addition to artificial feeding devices.  

Each person is cared for by an interdisciplinary team which may include: 

  • A Physician
  • Nursing Staff
  • A Social Worker
  • A Pharmacist
  • Physical and Occupational Therapists
  • Activity Coordinators