Making you Feel at Home

At Nightingale Nursing and Rehab Center, our welcoming atmosphere, attentive staff, and personalized care approach ensure that you experience comfort and a sense of belonging throughout your stay with us.

Our Mission

Get Back to Your Life, Better than Before

1

Residents

The wonderful residents in our care aspire to get physically and emotionally stronger— to live a vibrant life worth celebrating every day.

2

Family

Our residents’ loved ones get to see their spouse, parent or grandparent get stronger, reclaiming the role of pillar and personality.

3

Staff

Nightingale caregivers strive to strengthen their skills and increase their positive impact on each member of the Centers family.

The Care you Need with the Amenities you Want

At Nightingale Nursing and Rehab Center, our commitment to your well-being goes beyond medical assistance; we strive to enhance your overall quality of life. Our modern facilities are equipped with a range of amenities, from comfortable living spaces to recreational areas and social activities, designed to make your time here as comfortable and enjoyable as possible. We understand that healing and recovery are not only about medical treatment but also about feeling at ease and having access to the things that bring you joy. That’s why we ensure that your experience at Nightingale is not just about care but also about comfort and fulfillment.

Skilled Nursing

Private Rooms

telehealth

dementia unit

rehab/ therapy

discharge services

Our History

Florence Nightingale

‘The lady with the lamp’
Florence Nightingale- Illuminating the path of modern nursing with the founding and legacy she left us.

In 1844, defying her upper class status and parent’s according views, Nightingale enrolled as a nursing student at the Lutheran Hospital of Pastor Fliedner in Kaiserwerth, Germany. This was the commencement, not only of Nightingale’s career, but the advent of modern nursing as we know it today as well.

Within her first year of her first nursing job in a Middlesex hospital in London, tending to an ailing governess, Nightingale was admired and promoted to superintendent. The Cholera breakout motivated Nightingale with a mission to advance hygiene practices, which slowed the spread of the disease, and reduced the general mortality rate in said hospital.

In late 1854, with the Crimea war raging, it was requested of Nightingale to arrange a corps of nurses to tend to the sick and fallen soldiers. Within days Nightingale did just so, and sailed with a group of 34 nurses she had culled from all over, saving myriads of lives with the expedition.

Nightingale worked hard, but was never deterred. In 1860 she expanded her vocation and calling, funding the establishment of St. Thomas’s Hospital and the Nightingale Training school for nurses. That set off a new wheel of motion in the world.

Even the wealthy upper class started training as nurses, a direction they had before viewed as objectionable to ladies of stature. Nightingale was a heroine. A celebrity. People sang for her. Wrote about her. Looked up to her.

But Nightingale was no longer out in the field she so loved. ‘Crimean fever’ left her bedridden at only 38 years old. Nonetheless, Nightingale remained dedicated to her pursuit of health care improvement. She retained her position as an authority and advocate of health care reform even from bed, publishing Notes on Hospitals which gave explicit instructions as how to manage civilian hospitals effectively.

On August 13, of 1910, Nightingale died quietly in her home, leaving behind a whole world alive with new standards, hopes and dreams for nursing, health and longevity.

We Found Angels at Nightingale.

My father’s stroke left him severely physically handicapped, yet with an untouched and sharp head on his shoulders. It was challenging to find that balance of round-the-clock, comprehensive care, together with a patience, compassion and passion to give him the independence he deserves. We’ve found angels at Nightingale who provide him with just that. We’re so grateful.
Sara Barkly

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