Temporary Change to Visitor Policy for Transitional Care and Subacute Units
Visitation to patients in Subacute units and Transitional Care located
at our South Campus (1633 S. Court Street) is allowed for 30 minute visits
that must be scheduled in advance. Up to 2 visitors from the same household
may visit per patient. Visits will take place either outdoors or in a
large communal space such as a dining room or activity room, not in the
patient room. All visitors must wear a mask and will be screened for symptoms
upon entrance to the building. A staff member will supervise each visit
to ensure proper mask use and social distancing. Visitation days are dependent
upon the staff availability and may vary at each campus.
Transitional Care at Kaweah Delta
Get the Assistance You Need to Return Home
After your stay at Kaweah Delta, you may need time to recover from treatment
before returning home. Our transitional care unit is a 24-bed unit that
supports short-stay patients in need of therapy services. This could include
patients recovering from surgery, were admitted to the hospital for a
long period, or need help adjusting to a new lifestyle.
Transitional Care Services emphasizes:
- Physical therapy
- Occupational therapy
- Restorative nursing
- Activity/recreational therapy
- Speech therapy
- End-Of-Life care
Many patients transition to the TCS to prepare and gain strength to return
home. A specialty area for TCS is our end-of-life/palliative care, also
known as hospice care. Many patients and their families come to us to
take their last journey at the end of life with palliative or hospice
care. Patients and their families are provided education and support through
the process by the nursing staff and other specially trained, caring staff members.
At TCS, we encourage family involvement in caring for their loved one.
Communication with the interdisciplinary team is frequent to keep the
patient, family and all staff up to date with improvements and changes.
Our patients are encouraged and assisted with acquiring habits that they
would have at home such as getting dressed and performing their own hygiene
routine (all with respect to the patient's ability). This is also
done with the patient's goal in mind, which is often to go home soon
and manage on their own if possible.
The transitional care unit is located at 1633 S. Court Street in Visalia.
Call us at 559-624-6037 for any questions.