Ventilator Dependent Care
Gladwin Pines, Gladwin Michigan
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To make a referral or speak to a professional regarding care for a family member, call or contact us today:
Professionally Managed Ventilator Care with all the Comforts of Home
Our mission is caring for and helping patients regain the strength they need to manage their condition, and transition off of ventilator care. We offer a unique combination of a home-like setting and a full range of medical support services on-site and close by.
Better Care, Less Worry.
With skilled medical professionals on staff, and close proximity to MidMichigan Health Medical Center, the Gladwin Pines Ventilator Care Unit provides a higher degree of care than family members can provide at home. This helps improve outcomes and reduces the worry and burden on the family.
- Respiratory care
- Ventilator care
- Tracheotomy care
- Infusion services
- Wound care
- Palliative care
- Pain management
- Physical Therapy
- Occupational Therapy
- 24/7 skilled nursing care
- High staff-to-patient ratio
- Family members are partners in the recovery process
- In-room oxygen and liquid oxygen
Comfort for the patient, convenience for the family.
The Gladwin Pines Ventilator Care Unit offers many comforts and conveniences not possible in a hospital setting. Families can visit anytime 24/7, pets are welcome, rooms are clean and comfortable – all in a relaxed residential atmosphere. We’re a family-first facility providing personal attention and care.
- Spacious private rooms
- Unlimited visiting hours
- Pet-friendly visitation
- Flat screen TVs
- In-room telephone
- Complementary Wi-Fi
- Beautiful outdoor space
- Well-equipped therapy gym
- Dining room & in-room dining
Support group for individuals with respiratory disease
Gladwin Pines and the American Lung Association have joined together to offer a new benefit to our community living with a chronic lung disease like COPD, pulmonary fibrosis or lung cancer. We are offering a support group called the Better Breathers Club. Led by Laura Norris, respiratory therapist, these regularly scheduled meetings will provide an opportunity to learn ways to better cope with lung disease while getting the support of others who share in your experiences.
To attend a meeting or find out more contact Laura Norris at (989) 709-4621, click contact us below.