Monmouth Care Center

229 Bath Ave 

Long Branch, NJ 07740

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Services We Offer:

 

Offering a wide range of patient services:

OUR SERVICES

Our Director of Nursing,  RNs, LPNs, Unit Managers and CNAs are all dedicated professionals and part of the Monmouth Care team enhancing the quality of life for each of our residents. 

We take a comprehensive approach in providing Subacute nursing rehabilitation, pain management, palliative and hospice programs, wound care and intervention therapies. 

Our goal in providing care is to treat each resident with dignity and respect and provide the quality of life they deserve.

  • 24 hour nursing care

  • Sub Acute Rehab

  • Physical Therapy (7 days a week)

  • Occupational Therapy (7 days a week)

  • Speech Therapy (7 days a week)

  • Intravenous Therapy

  • Respite Care 

  • Hospice Care

  • Tracheostomy Care

  • Oxygen Therapy including Bi-pap, C-pap and NIOV

  • Ophthalmology

  • Podiatry

  • Dental services

  • Pharmacy

  • Laboratory

  • Radiology

Rehabilitation

Our progressive rehabilitation program achieves excellent outcomes providing superb rehabilitative services by our experienced and caring professional therapists.

We offer physical, occupational and speech therapy 7 days a week.

Our state of the art equipment and ADL kitchen give residents the strength they need to resume their normal functioning and return home.

We specialize in stroke rehabilitation, joint replacements, hip fracture, neurological disorders, arthritis and extended non weight bearing injuries.

Our goal for our short term rehab residents is to discharge them back to the community and this goal is set by our interdisciplinary team of licensed and experienced nursing staff and therapists upon admission.

We offer one to one therapy giving our residents a personalized productive experience.

 

Respite

Monmouth care center is please to offer Short term respite stays for one week, or even a few months. This allows our future residents to get acclimated to living in a healthcare facility, and also gives respite to  families or caregivers that need time to themselves or planning a vacation. knowing that their loved one is in a secure, safe and nurturing environment with their medical and social needs being met is very comforting.