Admissions at Roanoke Landing

Taking the Next Steps Toward Placing Yourself Or a Loved One in Our Care

We invite you to come by and visit. Many of our holiday celebrations and resident activities are open to the public. Take a look and see why living at Roanoke Landing Rehabilitation & Nursing Center is an experience to enjoy.

  • Pre-admission family meetings/tours are available by appointment
  • Free evaluation in the hospital or home
  • Flexible admissions—evenings and weekends
  • Assistance with billing

We are certified for and associated with the following:

  • Medicare/Medicaid Certified
  • Licensed by the State of North Carolina
  • Private Insurance Accepted

Pre-Admission Conferences

Our patients’ comfort within our community is key at Roanoke Landing. We always dedicate time to a pre-admission conference for every resident and rehabilitation patient. Before admission, the family and resident are invited to sit down with the entire Roanoke Landing team, including the activity director, social worker, dietary manager, therapy team, and admissions director. This allows them to have all of their questions answered at once and to feel at ease and informed when they are admitted.

Admission Requirements

Admission from Hospital:

  1. FL2 (with approval number if applicable) and PASARR number
  2. MAR – Medication Administration Record
  3. IV Administration Record (past 14 days)
  4. History and Physical
  5. Chest X-Ray or PPD 6
  6. Lab Reports if Applicable
  7. Therapy Notes if Applicable
  8. Signed Discharge Summary or transfer form with orders; signed by Physician.

Admission from Home:

  1. FL2 (with approval number if applicable) and PASARR number
  2. History and Physical
  3. Signed Doctors Orders
  4. Chest X-Ray or PPD
  5. Home Health Notes if Applicable
  6. If admission is within two weeks of a hospital discharge and under Medicare Part A, requirements will follow under “Admission from Hospital”

Admission from another Nursing Facility:

  1. FL2 (with approval number if applicable) and PASARR number
  2. History and Physical
  3. Chest X-Ray or PPD
  4. Lab Reports if Applicable
  5. Transfer form with orders; signed by Physician
  6. If transferring under Medicare Part A, requirements will follow under “Admission from Hospital”

We are here to help. The admission process is facilitated by our Admissions Coordinator, who often meets patients in the hospital so that patients and their families do not need to travel constantly between the hospital and our facility. Staff like our Admissions Coordinators, Social Workers, and Discharge Planners work together to gather all of this information.

Roanoke Landing Nursing & Rehabilitation Center admits residents without regard to race, creed or religion.

 

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