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    Health care facilities that are licensed for both acute care and skilled nursing, skilled rehabilitation and/or extended acute care, designate a specific number of beds as available for either acute care or long-term care, and have a program which allows patients to begin in acute care and then "swing" to another level of care at the direction of their physician without leaving the hospital. People who can benefit from a swing bed program include patients needing rehabilitative physical therapy services following orthopedic surgery, IV therapy, wound care treatment or restorative nursing procedures such as ostomy training; and may be routinely considered for patients who have hip or knee surgery. To qualify, patients must have a three-day acute level care stay within a 30 day period prior to requiring swing bed care. Swing bed care is covered by Medicare and many private insurance plans.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Hospital - Bucktail Medical CenterThe Hospital is a 21-bed Critical Access Hospital/Swing Bed Unit with a full-service Emergency Department. In addition, they provide consumers with Laboratory, Radiology, Ambulance, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy and Speech Therapy Departments. ClintonBucktail Medical CenterBucktail Medical Center
    Titusville Area Hospital - Transitional Care/Swing Bed ProgramTransitional care extends an in-patient hospital stay and can include physical, occupational or speech therapy, education on proper diet and medication routines, and providing home caregivers with directions on how to facilitate the patient’s care to ensure a safe return home.CrawfordTitusville Area HospitalTitusville Area Hospital
    Tyrone Hospital Swing Bed Care FacilitiesThe Interim Care Program, also referred to as a “Swing Bed”, is a short stay program that provides rehabilitation and skilled nursing care following a hospitalization. Examples of individuals who may benefit from this program include those who have had surgery, joint replacements, stroke patients who do not qualify for admission to a Rehab Center, IV antibiotic therapy, terminal care or other illnesses and injuries. In the Interim Care Program you will receive daily therapy and care to meet self-care goals established by you and your care team.BlairTyrone Hospital Interim Care/Swing Bed ProgramTyrone Hospital

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