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Trace Extended Care & Rehabilitation

Trace Extended Care & Rehabilitation holds a purpose and a promise…

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At Trace Extended Care & Rehabilitation Center (formerly Floy Dyer Care & Rehabilitation Center), our priorities are simple – we’re dedicated to the highest quality of care for the highest quality of life for each and every resident. Whether you’re with us for a short rehabilitative stay or making a life transition, our clinical care team delivers exceptional care from the moment you arrive.

Our medical staff provides an outstanding level of clinical competence, coupled with true compassion. Working in collaboration with personal physicians and resident families, we craft a personalized plan of care that helps facilitate the healing process and achieve the highest quality of life. Also, it helps to know that if any event arises in needing acute health services, Trace Extended Care & Rehabilitation is attached to a full-service hospital, Trace Regional.

For over 30 years, Extended Care & Rehabilitation has been committed to outstanding short- and long-term care with a warm, patient-family focus. It’s no wonder generations have trusted us for their care!

The Highest Quality Care

Short-term Care Services

For post-surgical knee and hip replacement patients, and those recovering from traumatic events such as fractures or cardiac events, our goal is the rapid recovery of function and a smooth transition home. We offer therapy 5 days a week to quickly get you back to your previous functional abilities:

  • Physical therapy
  • Speech therapy
  • Occupational therapy
  • 24-hour skilled nursing care
  • Sub-acute/post-hospitalization care
  • Social service/discharge planning

Long-term Care Services

With a focus on independence, quality of life, and comfort, we care for elderly residents and chronically ill patients in a welcoming and comfortable environment. Our clinical care team provides care and support for individuals with complex medical conditions who can no longer reside in their homes and those who can no longer care for themselves.

  • Restorative care
  • Physical Therapy
  • Speech Therapy
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Therapeutic recreation
  • Palliative care for end of life
  • Collaborative hospice care

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