Our hospital has a Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Program (also known as a Swing Bed Program). This program hosts patients who are recently out of surgery, or recovering from a serious illness, but need a bit more recovery time, and possible rehabilitation, before returning home. Staying at Summit Pacific is a great alternative for Grays Harbor residents who don’t want their families to have to stay in a nursing home and who don’t want to have to commute to Thurston or Pierce Counties to visit.
Our patients have access to round the clock care from their RN’s and our certified nursing assistants. Throughout the day, patients are able to receive care and therapy from our internal medicine doctor, and physical, occupational and speech therapists. Patients and their family will also have access to our social worker. And if the need arises, because your loved one is staying in a setting with a 24/7 emergency department down the hall, patients are never more than a few seconds away from emergency medical care.
Benefits and Services Available through SPMC’s Skilled Nursing & Rehab Program
- Private patient rooms
- Low nurse to patient ratio
- Ancillary services (lab and diagnostic imaging) down the hall
- 24/7 Emergency Department down the hall
- Skilled nursing care for wounds
- IV Therapy
- Activities and access to physical therapy gym
- Nutrition counseling
- Social services
- Regular meetings with care team
- Physical, occupational and speech therapy
- Weekend exercise plans
- Personal help with transition from acute hospital care to home
We provide fresh, made-to-order meals in a custom meal plan, lots of personal attention from our nursing staff and a quiet, peaceful setting in a private room for patients to recuperate. Our Skilled Nursing & Rehabilitation patients love the special attention and atmosphere they receive here at Summit Pacific!
For more information about this program or if you or a loved one need a place to relax and recuperate after an upcoming procedure, please contact our Skilled Nursing Coordinator, at (360) 346-2222.