When you’re not ready to go home from the hospital…

Bothell Health Care offers a bridge

Bothell Health Care offers a bridge between the hospital and home – a caring, compassionate family atmosphere where you can make a full recovery and get back to your daily routine.

Bothell Health Care offers a bridge between the hospital and home – a caring, compassionate family atmosphere where you can make a full recovery and get back to your daily routine.

A hospital might be the best place to receive acute medical attention, but it’s not always the best place for making a full recovery.

What if you’re being discharged, but not well enough to go home?

Bothell Health Care offers you a bridge between the hospital and your home – a warm, caring, compassionate family atmosphere where you can make a full recovery and get back to your daily routine. Bothell Health Care’s qualified professionals help residents recover from surgery, injury or serious illness. They understand the importance of creating a comfortable and nurturing atmosphere, whether they’re there for short-term treatment or long-term care.

Bothell Health Care was founded by Julie Bingman. She began her career as an aide while attending high school, and went on to become a Registered Nurse. She worked her way up in the profession, working as an RN, Director of Nursing, Executive Director, Regional Director, and ultimately Divisional Director with 34 skilled nursing facilities under her supervision.

Now she focuses all of that attention and care into serving the residents and families of Bothell Health Care. Julie’s life of service is the guiding light for the entire staff.

A positive and uplifting atmosphere

The staff at Bothell Health Care understands that a long hospital stay can be demoralizing and can even de-motivate patients: a situation healthcare workers call “PJ paralysis.” This is why they created a positive and uplifting atmosphere, which largely determines one’s quality of life.

Bothell residents enjoy the independence they want and the complete care they need. This includes round-the-clock quality nursing care and support staff, as well as a complete rehab team with professional equipment and activities.

Bothell Health Care’s rehabilitation team is committed to the quality of care. Residents are empowered through individualized programs to reach goals of increased independence. Resident families are also encouraged to participate in therapy

A typical stay is less than 30 days, though each resident’s diagnosis and condition differs.

Residents are involved in every aspect of their care including food choices and bathing schedules.

There’s no place like home, but your own home may not have what you need for your healing and recovery. That’s why Bothell Health Care really means it when they invite you to make yourself at home with them.

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