- What exactly is skilled nursing?
- Who pays for the services at The Meridian?
- Are televisions provided?
- Are there group activities?
- Can I bring my pet to The Meridian?
- Can family members take their loved ones out of the center for outings?
- What kind of services does The Meridian offer?
- Can family members dine with residents?
- Can I eat in my room?
- What types of therapy do you provide?
- How often do doctors visit?
- Are there nurses on duty 24 hours a day?
- I have more questions. Who do I contact?
Skilled nursing is for those requiring round-the-clock nursing care and supervision due to medical needs, short-term concentrated nursing or rehabilitation during recovery. Skilled nursing can assist with meals, personal hygiene, medications, and portability as well.
We accept private pay, Medicare, Medicaid and/or most private insurance.
The Meridian has a full-time activity director who schedules innovative activities that enhance the quality of life for our residents.
Pets are a big part of our lives. Vaccinated pets may visit, but are not allowed to live on-site.
Residents may go on outings. For policies regarding overnight stays, you may ask the business office.
The Meridian offers nursing, skilled nursing, therapists and long-term care.
Yes. Guests may dine at The Meridian for a minimal charge.
Yes. However, we encourage residents to eat in our dining room that overlooks the Gulf of Mexico.
The Meridian maintains an in-house therapy department. Therapy is provided by experienced licensed Occupational, Physical, and Speech Therapists.
Doctors visit one time a week, but are available 24 hours a day as needed.
Yes. Licensed nurses are on duty 24 hours a day.