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We value and respect the population we serve by asking for their input and responding with empathy to their concerns. We are committed to using clear, consistent and direct communication, involving those who are affected by decisions and communicating before implementation so there are no surprises. We are loyal to our fellow employees by being kind and sharing positive observations.

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We value results and creativity through dedicated employees who strive to meet the needs and expectations of the facility. We accept personal and professional responsibility for achieving the goals established for our organization and agree to treat each person with respect in a joint effort to build a cohesive team.

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We foster an environment where free exchange of ideas is welcome and respect towards one another is expected. We will learn from the unique talents of all employees and honor the variety of backgrounds that each individual offers. We will exhibit the highest level of professionalism so our team can consistently produce the results that exceed expectations.

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We will protect our employee’s trust by ensuring that our actions are consistent with our mission, vision and values. We will promote honesty and behavior that is ethical and legal, while delivering the highest level of customer service. We will continue to venture into new areas of opportunity and strive towards innovative ways to have fun in the workplace. We will seek to find humor and laugh daily, but never at another’s expense.

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We value one another by making ourselves visible and approachable and responding in a caring, helpful and respectful manner. We will follow through on all commitments, share ideas and concerns, and support decisions once made. We strive for a supportive atmosphere that promotes harmony, open communication and team work.

Cadia Healthcare has provided rehabilitation, skilled nursing and long-term care services to the residents of Delaware and neighboring Maryland and Pennsylvania for over 20 years. Cadia Healthcare is Delaware’s largest rehabilitation and skilled nursing provider, operating 5 facilities with over 600 in-patient beds. In addition, we offer out-patient therapy services in our Pike Creek and Silverside locations. For more information, please click here.

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  • 1. What does Medicare cover?
     

    Medicare covers Days 1-20 at 100% while Days 21-100 require you to co-pay $157.50 in 2015. While a Medicare benefit pays up to 100 days, a skilled need must be present. For example, if your skilled need is rehabilitation, improvement towards your goals must be evident. Once your goals have been met, the Medicare benefit period ends even if the full 100 days has not been used.

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  • 2. How long will I be here?
     

    Your stay will depend on your skilled needs and your progress toward your goals to be discharged home safely. Our typical rehab patient spends 2-3 weeks attaining their goals, while stays for patients with medical skilled needs varies, depending on the treatment ordered by the doctor.

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  • 3. What are the visiting hours?
     

    We do not have set visiting hours, however we do ask that visitors be mindful of our residents and their need for privacy during treatment times, as well as their need for rest on their road to recovery.   In addition, participation in rehab should not be interrupted. After 8pm, we ask that you use the intercom system for the safety of staff and residents.

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  • 4. Is my dog allowed to visit?
     

    Yes, in general, pets are allowed to visit as long as an updated health and immunization record is provided.

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  • 5. I’m coming for rehab after surgery. How often will I receive therapy?
     

    Subacute care, or skilled rehabilitation provides up to three hours a day, 5-6 days per week of therapy services, depending on your tolerance.

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  • 6. What Insurances does Cadia accept?
     

    Cadia accepts MEDICARE, MEDICAID, BLUE CROSS/HIGHMARK, HEALTH OPTIONS, TRICARE FOR LIFE, and CIGNA.   We will also negotiate one time contracts with insurance carriers that are not listed on a case by case basis.

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  • 7. Do you take Long Term Care patients and if so, do you have availability?
     

    Yes. We accept Long Term Care patients based on bed availability. Please contact the Admissions Office at the desired Cadia location for more details.

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  • 8. What is your patient to Nurse ratio?
     

    Due to the various levels of care we provide, we staff our skilled rehab and nursing units according to acuity. Currently our staffing is well above the State of Delaware’s minimum staffing requirements.

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  • 9. Is there a doctor available every day and how often will they assess patients?
     

    There is either a Physician or Nurse Practitioner in Cadia facilities daily. Short stay patients are seen within the first 48-72 hours post-admission, then as frequently as needed thereafter. Long term care residents are assessed every 30 days, but more often as deemed necessary by the nursing staff.

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  • 10. What do we bring with us upon admission?
     

    Feel free to bring any items from home that will make your experience here more comfortable, such as your favorite blanket or pillow. If you will be receiving rehab therapy, loose fitting clothing and sneakers are recommended. We will provide toiletries, but if you have favorite brands, please bring those with you.

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  • 11. What is the difference between skilled nursing care and assisted living?
     

    Skilled nursing provides a higher level of nursing care than assisted living. In addition, skilled nursing facilities provide rehabilitation in-house and nursing care is provided on a 24 hour basis by staff trained to assist in rehabilitation efforts as well as recognize and treat medical conditions. Assisted Living Facilities are for individuals who can complete most of their activities of daily living, but who ,may require supervision with tasks such as cooking or medication administration.

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  • 12. Who determines when I’m ready for discharge?
     

    This will be a determined by the Cadia care team, which includes your doctor, rehab therapists (if receiving therapy) nurses, the social worker, and of course you!

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