Athens Health and Rehabilitation
restoring residents to their highest possible level of strength and independence.
On-site Services and Amenities
Athens Health & Rehabilitation Center offers a variety of extra...
Many area physicians refer patients to Athens, where the comprehensive...
Skilled Nursing at Athens Health And Rehabilitation Center
The Skilled Nursing staff at Athens is committed to preserving the dignity of...
Welcome to Athens Health and Rehabilitation Center
Conveniently located near Robert Packer Hospital, Athens Health and Rehabilitation Center offers skilled nursing along with short and long-term rehabilitation in an environment that fosters healing and wellness. It is the goal of all the physicians, nursing staff and therapists to help restore residents to their highest possible level of strength and independence. Athens is proud to help many of its residents return home after successful rehabilitation. The facility is licensed by the Pennsylvania Department of Health and is staffed by Registered Nurses, Licensed Practical Nurses, Certified Nurse Assistants, Social Workers, Registered Dieticians, Therapists and other licensed health professionals to ensure skilled, quality care. Athens Health and Rehabilitation Center accepts Medicare, Pennsylvania Medicaid, private pay and most insurance plans.
For more information or a personal tour call 570-731-6919
What's Going On
Trick Or Treat
In observance of National Nursing Home Week, held May 8-14, 2016,AHRC will hold a week-long celebration with the theme “It’s a Small World, with a Big Heart”. We will celebrate by holding a good old street-style fair which is a great way to create positive interactions between residents, their families, staff and the community. We have several events planned to highlight this fair week starting off with a Mother’s Day Tea, games, booths, food, music, entertainment, animals, raffles and much more.
As we grow older, we are faced with many physical, psychological and social changes. These changes can be challenging and lead to problems for an elderly person to cope with. Depression and loneliness are considered to be two of the major contributing factors that reduce our ability to cope.
While moving into a long term care facility can lead to negative thoughts, it can also be seen as a positive opportunity for making new friends and developing new interests, which we may not have had time for in our younger years.
What can help? Socialization promotes increased physical and mental well-being. It also decreases depression and improves quality of life. Athens Health and Rehabilitation Center promotes daily activities, one on one visits, support from staff and even socialization between residents.
Social Services works closely with our nursing and activities staff to promote positive outcomes, quality of life and to meet the daily psychosocial needs of our residents.