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Talking With Your Loved One About Incontinence

Seniors who are experiencing urinary incontinence often feel all alone. But they are not. Though the topic seldom comes up in conversation, incontinence affects more…

During Men’s Health Month, Talk to Dad About Fall Prevention

Every June since 1994, we’ve celebrated Men’s Health Month. The sponsor of this event, the Men’s Health Network, says that this recognition is a time…

Financial Planning Tips for Working Caregivers

The millions of employed family caregivers in the United States lose a considerable amount of money when they take time from their jobs to care…
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Why Health Concepts?

Health Concepts, Ltd. Skilled Nursing & Rehabilitation Centers – Family-Owned, Family Values

The story of Health Concepts, Ltd. is a story about family values. We believe that the care we provide to our long-term residents and post-acute patients should parallel the care we would want for our own loved ones. This core value has provided us with the opportunity to provide comprehensive skilled nursing and rehabilitation services to thousands of Rhode Islanders for more than 50 years. We’re proud that our family-owned and operated business has not only stood the test of time, but has grown to include 12 skilled nursing and rehabilitation centers throughout Rhode Island that offer the most medically advanced care available. Whether you’re looking for long-term care or short-term rehabilitation, dementia care or respite services, there’s a Health Concepts center nearby that can give you the answers you need and the peace of mind you want. Call us today at any of our 12 locations.

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Eastgate Nursing & Rehab recently had a Father's Day Cookout! Good times, including a magic show, and the celebration of Mr. Booker's 108th Birthday! ... See MoreSee Less

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Yesterday evening, West Shore Health Center held their 2nd Annual Summer Concert. They sang beautifully and had a great time! ... See MoreSee Less

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Bayberry Commons had a very busy Nursing Assistant Week. They had coffee and donuts Monday, make your own Sundae on Tuesday, and Wednesday all the CNA's received special gift bags along with Sue Cornell serving her famous homemade Ice Cream Cake.

The end of the week was team building activities for all staff with Dee Lemay. Everyone enjoyed and looks forward to her returning in the future, it was quite a week!
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