The Support You Need to Live Well

Nexion Health affiliates operate skilled nursing facilities in Colorado, Louisiana and Texas and one assisted living facility in Louisiana. Our affiliates provide short-term and long-term care, supported by competent clinical teams that are equipped with the skills, tools and state-of-the-art equipment necessary to take care of the needs of our residents. Additionally, our administrators and directors of nursing are supported by experienced long-term care operators, certified wound care and clinical specialists, in-house nurse practitioners and physician extenders who go through rigorous skills validation and ongoing education. They also have access to real time quality and performance data through sophisticated information technology systems.

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Nexion Health shared Kaplan Healthcare Center's video.

Kaplan Healthcare Center
The theme for this year's National Skilled Nursing Care Week is "Celebrating Life's Stories." Several of our affiliated facilities spoke with their residents and associates to learn a little more about their lives. Velma Touchet, a resident at Kaplan Healthcare Center, worked at the Kaplan and Abbeville Library for years. We invite you to learn a little bit more about this sweet resident and her story! #NSNCW Louisiana Nursing Home Association
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In honor of National Skilled Nursing Care Week, we'd like to share a bit about one of our beloved residents, Ms. Velma Touchet. Check out this video to hear her life story in her own words! #NSNCW

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Telemedicine

Nexion Health and its affiliates are taking steps to bring medicine and experts to our residents, which supports both a culture of “care in place” and our efforts to provide responsible and reasonable healthcare services.  We do this through the utilization of telemedicine to: 1) enhance the staisfaction of our stakeholders (our residents, families, staff, physicians and referral sources); 2) advance integration of information technology; 3) improve resident quality of life; 4) effectively manage return to acute (RTA) or re-hospitalization while promoting a culture of “care in place”; and finally 5) reduce overall healthcare spend by reduction in incidence of and severity of common hospitalization diagnoses and associated conditions/co-morbidities. Learn more here.