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Services & Amenities

Your Comfort Is Our Care!

At River North of Bradley Health & Rehabilitation Center

We bridge the gap between hospital and home.

Explore Some of our Accommodations:

 24-Hour Professionally Trained Staff

 

 Wellness Visits With Nurses

 

Daily Housekeeping & Trash Removal

Personal Laundry Services

 

Complimentary Wi-Fi & Cable

Room service also available

Variety & Recreation

Enjoy our Beauty Salon & Outdoor Courtyard

Restaurant -Style Table Service

Delicious meals with alternatives

Housing With a Variety of Floor Plans

Private and semi-private rooms

Rehabilitation Services

Our Therapeutic Expertise

Short & Long Term Rehab

From intensive short-term rehabilitation therapy to longer-term restorative care, River North of Bradley Health and Rehabilitation Center provides a broad range of social services and nursing care to treat and support our patients and residents. Frequently, these patients have health problems that require the competences and skill of a multidisciplinary team of healthcare professionals. Our team includes the patient or resident’s attending physician, medical specialists, therapists, registered and licensed nurses, social workers, registered dietitians, activity directors and nursing assistants.

Our Difference

When admitted to our center, patients and residents are evaluated by members of our team to determine what nursing care and rehabilitation therapy is required. Next, we draw up a comprehensive and customized treatment plan. Every patient is assisted to reach his or her goals for recovery in a home-like environment by our multidisciplinary team of caring and qualified healthcare professionals. At River North of Bradley Health and Rehabilitation Center, our mission is to help every patient and resident attain his or her foremost level of functioning.

Our Rehabilitation Mission

River North of Bradley proudly partners with RehabCare.  With over 30 years of experience, RehabCare is the premier provider of physical, occupational and speech-language rehabilitation services.  Servicing 46 states and over 1,800 locations, RehabCare is also the largest rehabilitation service provider.

Together we provide person-centered rehabilitation programs that assist each individual to reach full potential.  As the rehabilitation experts, RehabCare offers best practices to attain individual goals, support customized clinical programming and achieve overall patient satisfaction.

Services provided by:

  • Development of personalized treatment plans
  • Discharge treatment and exercise plans
  • Services provided up to 7 days per week
  • One-on-one therapy
  • Evidence-based treatment programs
  • Patient and/or family education
  • Rehab team leadership from a full-time skilled program manager
  • Comprehensive assessment & evaluation of patient abilities and limitations
  • Physician directed rehabilitation services through regular visits by a physiatrist
  • Full rehab scope from brief intervention to intensive, daily multi-disciplinary care
  • Appropriate home evaluation prior to discharge to ensure optimum safety and transition

Skilled Nursing Services

Reduced Rehospitalization Through Quality Care

Our 24/7 nursing staff ensures that each person at River North of Bradley receives the care they deserve.

Our Nursing Services Include:

  • Subacute rehabilitation including: orthopedic, cardiac and stroke recovery
  • Respite care and long-term care
  • IV therapy
  • Feeding tubes
  • Chronic wound care & E-stim treatment
  • Bariatric Care
  • Alzheimer’s/Dementia Care

Wound care physicians for stages I-IV including wound vacs and E-stim wound treatment. Wounds may consist of pressure ulcers, bed sores, lesions, cuts, or any other open injury on the skin and body. Without proper care, wounds can become infected at a much higher rate for senior citizens and can lead to serious health issues  even death. The key to helping residents is to have a qualified medical staff on staff capable of properly identifying each wound and successfully treating.

Intravenous therapy (IV therapy in short) is the infusion of liquid substances directly into a vein. We provide specialized nursing care for patients requiring medication, therapies, fluids and nutrition delivered directly into their blood streams. Intravenous therapy nurses focus on the insertion and maintenance of the IV line as well as the care of the patient receiving the therapy.

this type of nursing requires dexterity and skill in a specific procedure. Placing infusion catheters can be challenging in the best of situations, but infusion nurses often must place catheters in the veins of patients who are dehydrated or who have frail vessels. In addition, access points for catheter placement in these patients can be scarred. As a result, IV nurses need a strong understanding of venous anatomy along with an understanding of the physiology of fluid balance. – See more at: http://www.bestnursingdegree.com/expert-advice/infusion-nurses/#sthash.fHvYLxQw.dpuf
this type of nursing requires dexterity and skill in a specific procedure. Placing infusion catheters can be challenging in the best of situations, but infusion nurses often must place catheters in the veins of patients who are dehydrated or who have frail vessels. In addition, access points for catheter placement in these patients can be scarred. As a result, IV nurses need a strong understanding of venous anatomy along with an understanding of the physiology of fluid balance. – See more at: http://www.bestnursingdegree.com/expert-advice/infusion-nurses/#sthash.fHvYLxQw.dpuf
this type of nursing requires dexterity and skill in a specific procedure. Placing infusion catheters can be challenging in the best of situations, but infusion nurses often must place catheters in the veins of patients who are dehydrated or who have frail vessels. In addition, access points for catheter placement in these patients can be scarred. As a result, IV nurses need a strong understanding of venous anatomy along with an understanding of the physiology of fluid balance. – See more at: http://www.bestnursingdegree.com/expert-advice/infusion-nurses/#sthash.fHvYLxQw.dpuf

this type of nursing requires dexterity and skill in a specific procedure. Placing infusion catheters can be challenging in the best of situations, but infusion nurses often must place catheters in the veins of patients who are dehydrated or who have frail vessels. In addition, access points for catheter placement in these patients can be scarred. As a result, IV nurses need a strong understanding of venous anatomy along with an understanding of the physiology of fluid balance. – See more at: http://www.bestnursingdegree.com/expert-advice/infusion-nurses/#sthash.fHvYLxQw.dpuf

Bariatrics is the science of providing healthcare for those who have extreme obesity. Both a patient’s weight and the distribution of this weight throughout the body are involved in determining whether one is a bariatric patient. The most commonly accepted and consistent language for identifying and defining bariatric patients has been through the use of the Body Mass Index or BMI. The World Health Organization describes people who have a BMI greater than 30 as obese, and those having a BMI greater than 40 as severely obese.