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Will Medicare pay for my loved one's stay?

Imboden Creek Living Center is a Medicare approved facility; although a resident must meet several specific criteria to be eligible for Medicare coverage. Please refer to the Medicare section of this website for detailed information.

If my loved one gets better, can he/she return home?

Yes – approximately 36% of our skilled residents return home after an intensive rehabilitation program.

What if my loved one requires a special diet?

We have a Registered Dietician on our Dietary team who assists staff with compliance with any physician ordered special diet. We currently serve over 30 special diet orders.

What are your visiting hours?

While a resident resides at Imboden Creek Living Center, this is their home and family/friends are welcome to visit at anytime. The front door is locked at 10:00 pm; however, there is a doorbell for your convenience.

Can my loved one leave the facility for short visits?

Yes – As long as the time of the visit does not interfere with any skilled services, residents are welcome to leave the facility with their family/friends.

What should I bring with me when I move in?

The following items are not mandatory but may be useful! We recommend that each resident begin their stay at the facility with at least ten changes of clothing. Please consider the comfort of all clothing brought in to be worn. Also, with all clothing and articles, please make sure the resident’s name is on them. If you are unable to place a resident’s name on any items brought into the facility, please ask for assistance.

What should I bring with me when I move in?

SUGGESTED ITEMS TO BRING-WHAT NOT TO BRING- The following items are not mandatory although they may be useful to your family member or loved one. We recommend that each resident begin their stay at the facility with at least ten (10) changes of clothing. Please consider the comfort of all clothing brought in to be worn. Also, with all clothing and articles, please make sure the resident¹s name is on them. If you are unable to place resident¹s name on any items brought in to the facility, please ask for assistance.

Items to Bring

  • Heavy coat/jacket
  • Sweaters
  • Hats/caps/scarves
  • Gloves/mittens
  • Shoes-non skid bottoms
  • Dresses/suits
  • Blouses/shirts
  • Sweatpants/sweatshirts
  • Slacks/skirts
  • Belts/suspenders
  • Slips/camisoles
  • Underclothing
  • Nightgown/pajamas
  • Housecoat/robe
  • House slipper
  • Electric razor
  • Hearing aid/batteries
  • Dentures
  • Toothbrush/toothpaste
  • Eyeglasses
  • Hairbrush/comb
  • Alarm clock
  • Family pictures
  • Comfortable chair
  • Any other comforting personal items

Items Not to Bring

  • Scissors
  • Pocket knives or letter openers
  • Metal fingernail files
  • Extension cords
  • Heating pads
  • Electric blankets
  • Candles
  • Foam mattress or plastic air mattress