“Through love serve one another.” Galatians 5:13

Our Medical Professionals

Transitional care clinically directed by medical professionals across The Stonerise Network.

We provide a continuum of care that stays with patients throughout their health journeys.

This isn’t passive care. It’s active treatment that gets patients back to health and back to life so they maintain health and independence and avoid future hospital stays.

To do this, we employ and consult with an array of healthcare professionals who focus on different treatments.

For Stonerise Home Health, roles we employ include:

  • Regional medical directors: Doctors who serve in an advisory capacity to ensure clinical quality and consistency in approach across home health locations.
  • RNs (registered nurses), LPNs (licensed practical nurses) and home health aides: Help patients daily as frontline care professionals.
  • Therapists (physical therapists, occupational therapists and speech therapists): Treat patients in the comfort of the patients’ homes.
  • Medical social workers: Coordinate with patients and families to support mental and emotional needs. They are essential in this type of care environment.
Stonerise physician and nurse talking with masks in nursing home

For Stonerise Transitional Care Centers, roles we employ include:

  • Medical directors: Doctors who lead treatment and care for every patient and their family throughout the patient’s health journey.
  • Nurse practitioners: Work alongside physicians and nurses as liaisons between the two. They are frontline treatment professionals.
  • RNs (registered nurses), LPNs (licensed practical nurses) and CNAs (certified nursing assistants): Help patients daily as frontline care professionals.
  • Therapists (physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech therapists and respiratory therapists): Treat patients in our care centers.
  • Pharmacists: Oversee medication dispensed to patients and make recommendations on the best drug therapy to improve health.
  • Social workers: Coordinate with patients and families to work on the mental and emotional needs of both parties. They are essential in this type of care environment.
  • Dietitians: Ensure the proper nutrition that is vital to a patient’s recovery. Our dietitians consider every patient’s care plan and design nutritional therapy to aid recovery.
Stonerise dieticians with masks serving food in skilled nursing home facility
Stonerise Mountain Edge