Skilled Nursing Facilities/Centers Programs & Services


The skilled nursing program at Catholic Health Services provides several areas of expertise for the healing of the elderly and disabled population in South Florida.

Our medical services and areas of expertise include:

  • Total Knee/Total Hip Replacement
  • Intra-venous Nutrition
  • Hydration Program
  • Antibiotic therapy
  • Wound Care
  • Post CABG (Coronary artery bypass graft/open heart surgery)
  • Central Line/Port Maintenance
  • Continuous Passive Motion Machine
  • G-Tube Feeding
  • Ileostomy
  • J-Tube
  • Bi-Pap/C-Pap (Positive Airway Pressure)
  • Anti-coagulant monitoring
  • VRE, MRSA, C-Diff (serious infection management)
  • Tracheostomy care

Offering a Multitude of Nursing Services in Broward and Dade Counties

At Catholic Health Services, our Skilled Nursing Care Program offers:

  • Long-term and short-term skilled nursing services. Long-term care residents benefit from a fully integrated and interdisciplinary team approach to care.  Specialists on staff include Medical Directors, Registered Nurses, Licensed Practical Nurses, Certified Nursing Assistants, Dietician, Activities Coordinator, Social Worker, Case Managers, Occupational, Physical and Speech Therapists.
  • Highnurse to patient/resident ratio. We take pride in a staff that is professionally trained to manage special needs such as wound care, infusion therapy, pain management and palliative/comfort care. Short-term skilled nursing services are also available to our rehab patients and can include IV therapy, wound care, medically complex care and more.
  • Skilled Nursing Care. Skilled nursing facilities (SNFs) are for patients whose conditions requires around the clock oversight and treatment that can only be given by licensed nurses. SNFs provide rehabilitation and nursing care for patients who require short-term recovery following an acute illness or accident. Skilled nursing facilities also are for patients who may be bedridden, or who require treatment of chronic conditions as well as assistance with the activities of daily living for extended periods of time.
  • Sub-acute or Transitional Care. Sub-acute care is post-hospital, often for individuals with complex medical conditions that are more intensive than skilled nursing care, but less intensive than hospital care. Sub-acute care is for patients who continue to need intravenous therapy, tracheostomy care, or treatment of extensive wounds. It is also for patients who require intensive rehabilitation for various neurological and orthopedic conditions.

Expert Nursing Care Programs at Catholic Health Services

Our nursing care programs are run under the supervision of highly qualified medical directors. The medical directors are in consultation with the patient’s primary physician to monitor and implement the specific medical or rehabilitation protocols prescribed for the individual.

Contact Catholic Health Services at 1-877-CHS-4ALL for more information regarding our skilled nursing care and special care nursing services.