Skilled Nursing and Long-Term Care in North Dallas, Texas
Skilled nursing care at Presbyterian Village North places you and your needs at the center of everything we do. We deliver the professional attention you expect with a loving kindness that makes a remarkable difference for residents and their families.
You’ll have the advantage and convenience of an on-site clinic and pharmacy. Our highly trained, highly qualified staff of registered nurses and certified nursing assistants delivers services that consistently receive a “Superior” rating from both the Dallas and Texas Departments of Health.
And it’s good to know that our Health Center here in North Dallas has consistently been named one of the “Best Nursing Homes” in America by U.S. News & World Report.
Direct admittance to the Health Center for nursing or rehabilitation services is available to the general public, regardless of age, with no entry fee.
Services and Amenities
- Private rooms
- Family-style living room
- Salon services
- Flexible admission hours
- Registered nurses on duty 24/7
- Physicians specializing in geriatric care
- Life enrichment programming
- “Get Fit” exercise program
- Individual and group classes for recovery, wellness restoration and maintenance
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For more information about the extensive, individualized skilled nursing services at Presbyterian Village North, please complete the form or call 1-800-781-7868.
Frequently Asked Questions
Skilled nursing residents at Presbyterian Village North receive licensed, comprehensive, round-the-clock care in private or semiprivate suites. Our services include:
- IV therapy
- Post-surgical care
- Wound care
- Nutrition management
- Orthopedic and joint replacement rehab
- Post-stroke rehabilitation
- Speech therapy
- Occupational therapies
- Other support services
In the short term, after an illness, injury or surgery, skilled care is often called for. These are common conditions that require skilled care for seniors:
- Congestive heart failure
- Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
- Cardiac failure
- Parkinson’s disease
- Other long-term illnesses
- Hip or bone fracture
- Fall-related injury
- Orthopedic surgery
- Severe osteoarthritis
Potential candidates for long-term nursing care include those who are dealing with:
- An ongoing health condition or disability
- Chronic severe pain
- Chronic medical condition
- Permanent disability
- Dementia/ Alzheimer’s disease
- Need for help with activities of daily living
- Advanced age that has led to frailty and a need for supervision