Cadia Healthcare of Hyattsville is right across the Washington, DC border, just minutes away from The Catholic University, Washington Hospital Center and Providence Hospital and is considered to be among the most comprehensive sub-acute care facilities in the state of Maryland.
This medical complex offers 270 beds, mostly private rooms, and provides post-acute care, rehabilitation services, pulmonary management, transitional care, pain management, hospice care, on-campus dialysis, IV therapy and complex wound care.
Cadia Healthcare of Hyattsville provides a healing environment for residents to achieve maximum recovery, independence and quality of life.
Our Renal Program helps patients with CKD (at any stage of kidney function), manage complications such as high blood pressure, anemia, weak bones and increased risk of heart and blood vessel disease. The Dialysis Center offers excellent care for inpatients and outpatients with ESRD. Our senior management team includes individuals who have worked in a variety of healthcare segments during their careers, including many years of service to dialysis patients.
Our 50-bed pulmonary care unit is staffed by a dedicated multidisciplinary team comprised of experienced and specially trained caregivers. Pulmonologists directour respiratory and nursing teams to ensure specialized care and to improve the resident’s quality of life. Pulmonary residents are closely monitored 24 hours a day to ensure optimal airway management.
We provide 24/7 post-acute care, inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation services, individualized treatment plans and a variety of other specialized medical services in order to promote our residents’ personal independence and quality of life.
Our unique care program facilitates residents’ successful transition from the hospital to the next setting. The program is designed to promote independence, despite the challenges of injury, illness or post-surgical recovery. It features stepping stones and clinical pathways designed in collaboration with home health providers.
Board Certified Medical Directors, Pulmonologists, Vascular Surgeons, Wound Care Physicians, Pain Management Physicians, Nephrologists, Physiatrists, Podiatrists, Nurse Practitioners, Case Managers, Registered Nurses, Hospice Nurses, Dietitians, Respiratory Therapists, Rehabilitation Therapists, Social Workers, Certified Activities Consultants and Geriatric Nurse Assistants.