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Orlando Nursing Homes

There are 60 Nursing Homes Facilities in Orlando, FL.

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    5 STAR HOME HEALTH SERVICES, INC.

    5 Star Home Health Services, Inc. is a facility in Orlando, FL at 5104 N ORANGE BLOSSOM TR STE 116. Orlando, FL 32810
    Memory Care, Nursing Homes

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    ALLIANCECARE

    Alliancecare is a facility in Orlando, FL at 4407 VINELAND ROAD STE D16-17. Get Info

    AMAZING HOME HEALTH CARE, INC.

    Amazing Home Health Care, Inc. is a facility in Orlando, FL at 5448 HOFFNER AVE., STE 403. Orlando, FL 32812
    Memory Care, Nursing Homes

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    AMBIENT HEALTHCARE OF CENTRAL FLORIDA INC

    Ambient Healthcare Of Central Florida Inc is a facility in Orlando, FL at 12689 CHALLENGER PKWY STE 10...

    Orlando, FL 32826
    Memory Care, Nursing Homes

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    AMEDISYS OF CENTRAL AND EASTERN FLORIDA

    Amedisys Of Central And Eastern Florida is a facility in Orlando, FL at 1300 N SEMORAN BLVD STE 195. <...

    Orlando, FL 32807
    Memory Care, Nursing Homes

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    AMERICAN ELDERCARE INC

    American Eldercare Inc is a facility in Orlando, FL at 1080 WOODCOCK RD, STE 108. Get Info

    AMERICAN NURSES

    American Nurses is a facility in Orlando, FL at 1510 E COLONIAL DRIVE SUITE 300. Get Info

    APRIA HEALTHCARE, INC.

    Apria Healthcare, Inc. is a facility in Orlando, FL at 3443 PKWY CENTER CRL. Get Info

    ASERACARE HOME HEALTH

    Aseracare Home Health is a facility in Orlando, FL at 604 COURTLAND ST, STE 131. Get Info

    ASSISTING HANDS HOME CARE

    Assisting Hands Home Care is a facility in Orlando, FL at 1826 N ALAFAYA TRL UNIT 200.

    Orlando Nursing Homes

    Overview

    60 Nursing Homes are located in the city of Orlando, Florida or nearby and can accommodate the needs of your Loved One (subject to availability). Also known as Skilled Nursing Facilities, these health facilities 60 provide continuous nursing and supportive care to patients who need long-term nursing care on an extended basis, rehabilitation after surgery, disabled or those people who are recovering from a serious medical condition.

    Nursing Homes in Orlando offer personal care, assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs) plus all the services provided by assisted living facilities with around the clock nursing care. This also includes daily nutritional meals, bathing, grooming, dressing, medication management and more. Florida Hospice, Dementia and Alzheimer's Care are all part of the specialty care provided by Nursing Homes which is provided 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

    Registered Nurses and LVNs (Licensed Vocational Nurses) are available to assist their patients with their care needs in the facility.

     

    When Is It Needed?

    Seniors in Orlando typically need this type of rehabilitation care when they are suffering from a serious medical condition. A licensed registered nurse is required to be present in the nursing home at all times to provide a more intensive care and treatment to patients who are in need of complex medical care, including seniors who have injuries, disabilities, serious illness or those recovering for surgery.

     

    Nursing Home Costs

    The average cost of Nursing Homes in Orlando is $ 7046 per month (source: Genworth Financial). Generally in Florida, Skilled Nursing in is more expensive than Assisted Living as it requires licensed professionals and more medical equipment to sustain a patient's high level of medical care needs.

     

    Paying for Care

    Paying for Nursing Care can be very expensive especially if the stay is longer than anticipated. Due to the high nursing home costs in Orlando, patients typically utilize their Medicare or Medicaid benefits. Medicare or Medicaid will only pay for care services provided by certified nursing home facilities for a limited amount of time typically for 90 days.

    However, for those patients who do not qualify for these government health programs, private insurance or private funds are used. Some sources may include the patient's retirement savings, help from family members or long term care insurance. If none if these are available, it’s best to contact Medicare (www.medicare.gov) or Florida's Agency for Health Care Administration, Bureau of Long Term Care Services for more options. 

     

    Licensing

    Orlando Nursing Homes are licensed, inspected and regulated by the Department of Public Health, regulated by the state and the federal government and are certified by Medicare and Medicaid.

    Florida Skilled Nursing facilities become certified only when they pass the state government agency inspection. These government agencies are responsible for having the administrators licensed, performing routine inspections, ensuring the facility is operating up to standards and checking that the residents are receiving good care.

    For additional information, you can directly visit Medicare at www.medicare.gov or call them at 1-800-MEDICARE (1-800-633-4227)