Our Community

skilled

nursing
Following a hospital stay skilled nursing care is also an important part of the patient’s rehabilitation. From admission to discharge, our patients are monitored by RN'S, LPN'S and CNA's 24/7.

assisted

living
Brightmoor Nursing Center’s assisted living residence is a long-term senior care option that provides care services such as meals, medication management, bathing, dressing and transportation.

rehab

services
Providing physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy, Brightmoor Nursing Center uses enhanced therapy services to promote more effective healing to our residents.

Mission

The focus of Brightmoor is our resident; therefore, our residents come first. We believe caring about our residents is as important as caring for them. Our residents have worked all their lives for the welfare of their families and their countrymen.

Featured Services

Medical Services under the direction of our Medical Director

Our Medical Director is Dr. Venzela Slade-Hartman of Physicians Eldercare Services. Our Medical Director is responsible for coordinating care for our residents.

Nursing Services and Restorative Program with 24/7 RNs, LPNs, and CNAs

Our highly skilled nurses provide the best quality care. Each nurse is a gentle and caring person, with genuine concern for each resident.

Medicare and Medicaid Managed Care

Most nursing home services are paid for by Medicare, many residents and their families are required to pay out-of-pocket expenses or by insurance including Humana and Tricare.

Therapy Services that includes PT, OT, ST, and therapy assistants/aides

Providing physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy, Brightmoor Nursing Center uses enhanced therapy services to promote more effective healing to our residents.

Full-Time Wound Care Nurse and wound nurse practitioner consultant services

Wound Nurse performing wound care at Brightmoor works under the guidance of our Wound Care Nurse Practitioner. Provides care in the acute care setting.

Patient and Family Services with a Social working with Admissions as well as Discharge

One of the initial tasks of a nursing home social worker involves meeting with newly-admitted clients to perform assessments and assist with discharge planning

Is your loved one living with a chronic condition, recovering from illness, or simply in need of daily assistance?