WASHINGTON CAMPUS

Southmont Voted #1 for Skilled Nursing in Washington County.

Short- and long-term care at Southmont.

When your family member is in the expert hands of our team members on our Washington campus, you can be sure that our caring staff will support you and your loved one to help make aging easier in every way possible. Presbyterian SeniorCare Network embraces an innovative approach called person-centered care. At Southmont, skilled nursing residents are given as much choice and flexibility as possible in their daily living. We empower residents and their families to be involved in making decisions that affect their lives.

Southmont is a CARF accredited skilled nursing community licensed to provide medical care, not just personal care. We want you to feel comfortable and at home in our Skilled Nursing community. That’s why we refer to each floor as a “neighborhood.” Southmont’s skilled nursing neighborhoods offer a wide range of health care and services for those who need long-term care or short-term care.

In addition to the traditional role of long-term care, skilled nursing communities like ours now serve a growing population of individuals who require only short stays after discharge from the hospital and then move back home. We also can help to coordinate the follow-up care that may be needed when back in your own home.

We work hard to support each resident’s health care needs to reduce hospital readmissions. 

Our nursing care includes:

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Washington Campus

877-285-6856

Presbyterian SeniorCare Network Headquarters

412-828-5600

Presbyterian SeniorCare Foundation

412-826-6195

Bellmead Apartments: Affordable Housing

724-223-5744

To learn more about our our services, please contact us online or call us at 877-285-6856.

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