HEALTH CENTER

Rehabilitation

Brand new private rehabilitation suites provide our residents who are recovering from surgery or a medical condition a restful atmosphere. The beautiful and spacious rooms with windows and comfortable seating for guests are appreciated by our residents throughout their stay.

Our clinical staff has the experience and compassion to address the challenges of individuals who have had orthopedic or cardiac surgery, a stroke, or other condition that requires rehabilitation. The Westminster Village North professional rehabilitation therapists design therapeutic programs for our residents to achieve optimal results in:

  • Physical Therapy
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Speech Therapy
  • Massage Therapy

And the outstanding Mary Newill Therapy Center contains the latest, state-of-the-art equipment to achieve the best in rehabilitative services.

Westminster Village North accepts Medicare, Medicaid, commercial insurance and private pay.

“I recommend Westminster Village North highly to any person who needs a rehabilitation program.”

Jim Scott

Short-term rehabilitation and physical therapy patient

Balance Assessment

 As we age, our risk of accidents and falling increases. To help assess our resident’s risk for falling, we work through a balance test to help evaluate that risk. In the below video, Stephanie Irvine, an Occupational Therapist here at Westminster Village North walks through one of the balance tests we do to keep our residents safe.

Westminster Village North Calendars


Click the location below to view the

Health Center Calendar:
Aspen Commons,
Heatherwood Commons,
Juniper Commons,
Willow Commons

Westminster Village North is a tobacco-free campus.

Ready to Learn More?

Tracy is here to answer your questions. Give him a call or send a message below if you are interested in learning more about our Health Center services.

Tracy Pope

Tracy Pope

317-826-6084


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