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Category: Patient Care

In Media Resources, Patient Care | Posted January 22, 2021

It’s Vital to Get Vaccinated

By Larry Pack, Stonerise CEO
This first appeared in the Jan. 21 edition of The Charleston Gazette-Mail. For the past 11 months, no matter who or how old you are, where you live, what you believe or what you do, defense has been the only option in the fight against COVID-19. While defense remains essential — wearing a mask, physical […]
In Family Caregiver Support, Patient Care | Posted January 18, 2021

Guardian Angels on Your Side

Cindy Wandling, MSN, RN, VP Clinical Quality, Transitional Care Centers
Families and loved ones play an important role in a patient’s health journey. Patients rely on emotional support, physical contact and feelings of being connected. It can be especially critical during a health transition or following a hospital stay. Even during the best of circumstances, uncertainty, poor communication or confusion can cloud the healthcare process […]
In Patient Care, Transitional Care | Posted December 9, 2020

Post-Surgery Therapy Care Gets Charleston Man Back to Living

By Jennifer Allman, MA, CCC-SLP, Director of Rehab, Stonerise Therapy
Post-surgery therapy care gets Charleston man back to living. Through focused occupational therapy and physical therapy with the Stonerise Charleston skilled nursing and therapy teams, Marcus worked hard for nearly two weeks on strength, mobility and managing his daily activities, like going up and down stairs. Stonerise offers innovative healthcare solutions to get patients back to health and back to life.
In Patient Care, Transitional Care, Working at Stonerise | Posted November 18, 2020

Moving Forward as One Stonerise Network

By Larry Pack, Stonerise CEO
In 2009, Stonerise started with a handful of skilled nursing centers and today has a network of service spanning transitional care centers, home health, therapy and hospice. It has really been something to watch us grow the past 11 years. We started Stonerise with the idea of creating a better way to care for our […]
In Patient Care, Transitional Care | Posted November 5, 2020

When is Home Health Care the right option?

By Amy Daniel CEO of Home Health Care & Hospice for Stonerise Healthcare
Healthcare decisions often are stressful, full of emotion and anxiety, and the many options available also can make it overwhelming. Considering home health and choosing a home health agency are important decisions, just like choosing any healthcare provider. This decision should ultimately provide comfort, safety and, most importantly, all necessary care.   Home health care […]
In Patient Care, Transitional Care | Posted September 10, 2020

6 Myths About Home Health Care

By Amy Daniel CEO of Home Health Care & Hospice for Stonerise Healthcare
People are more comfortable when at home. At home, we can be ourselves and be independent. It’s “where the heart is.” That is certainly true for me. Healthcare consumers are demanding more convenience, more options and more catered solutions for their unique needs. Telemedicine and home health options are gaining popularity as consumers become familiar […]
In Patient Care | Posted September 8, 2020

A Patient Success Story: Meet Pat

By Stonerise Healthcare
Two thousand nineteen was a challenging year for Pat. In April 2019, her 40-year companion, Corky passed away. Following his passing, Pat continued to live in the house they had shared and took pride in living independently in Fayette County, WV. Unfortunately, she was also struggling with several health issues and was dependent on oxygen […]
In Media Resources, Patient Care, Working at Stonerise | Posted July 22, 2020
CHALRESTON, W.Va. (July 22, 2020) – Stonerise at Home has been recognized by Strategic Healthcare Programs (SHP) as a “Superior Performer” for achieving an overall patient satisfaction score that ranked in the top 20% of all eligible SHP clients for the 2019 calendar year. The annual award program was created to acknowledge home health agencies that […]