Gallatin Center for Rehabilitation and Healing

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OUR MISSION is to foster and provide unprecedented levels of genuine care and customer service for our community’s Rehabilitation and Nursing needs, in a soothing, tranquil and state-of-the-art environment.

The Gallatin experience enlivens our guests’ physical and emotional strength through cutting-edge technology and highly trained healthcare professionals to get them back to their fullest potential of ReNEWal™.

Our employees are the vital link; they are the core of excellence in the care and compassion we are committed to, striving to fulfill the expressed and unexpressed wishes and needs of our guests and their families daily. They are therefore our most precious resource.


Q What is the Definition of nursing home?

A public or private residential facility providing a high level of long-term personal or nursing care for persons (such as the aged or the chronically ill) who are unable to care for themselves properly. A nursing home is a place for people who do not need to be in a hospital but cannot be cared for at home. The nursing home facility nurses have the responsibility of caring for the patient’s medical needs, and the responsibility of overseeing other employees, depending on ranks. Most nursing homes have nursing aides and skilled nurses on hand 24 hours a day.

Q What is the Definition of skilled nursing?

A term that refers to a patient’s need for care or treatment that can only be done by licensed nurses. Examples of skilled nursing needs include complex wound dressings, rehabilitation, tube feedings or rapidly changing health status.

Q What is the difference between a skilled nursing facility and a nursing home?

Skilled nursing care is typically provided for rehabilitation patients that do not require long-term care services. Nursing home care provides permanent custodial assistance, whereas a skilled nursing facility is more often temporary, to solve a specific medical need or to allow recovery outside a hospital. Most often, a skilled nursing facility and nursing home are one in the same.

Q What is respite care?

Respite care provides short-term relief for primary caregivers. It can be arranged for 24 hours or up to several weeks. Physician orders are required to admit. Respite care can be paid for by Private funds, Medicaid or Hospice agency.