Location:
440 West Russell Street
Saline, Michigan 48176

Main Phone:
734-429-9401

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The Redies Center - Saline

The Redies Center for Rehabilitation and Healthy Living combines the traditional high quality that has been part of Evangelical Home – Saline’s innovative rehabilitation and wellness programming. Today The Redies Center is the premier short term care facility designed to return those who are recovering from an injury or illness home as soon as possible. Our entire team of highly specialized physicians, nurses, therapists, wellness coordinators, dieticians, social workers, and support personnel all work with the patient and their loved ones to craft a care plan that emphasizes independence and a transition home.

Our center was deigned and constructed from the ground up to be both therapeutic and responsive to the desires of our clients. This includes: well appointed private rooms, large open meeting spaces, a cafe, internet access, outdoor walking paths and gardens, and a spa and massage therapy area. Our specialized therapy space consists of unique therapy and gym spaces that have been carefully designed in order to produce optimal outcomes while preparing the individual for a quick return home. We also feature a salt water aquatic pool, outdoor therapy course, and state of the art biofeedback therapy equipment.

We welcome you to visit us for a tour or call for more information – we look forward to sharing our community with you and your loved ones.

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Insurance Information 2018-04-17T17:25:12+00:00

Medicare

Medicare Part A will pay for care in a nursing home for up to 100 days if the care that is required is considered “skilled”. In order to be considered “skilled,” nursing care must be ordered by a physician and delivered by, or under the supervision of, a professional such as a physical therapist, registered nurse or licensed practical nurse. Moreover, such care must be delivered on a daily basis. but there are a number of requirements that must be met before the nursing home stay will be covered. If you qualify, then Medicare may cover expenses related to your nursing home care in a skilled nursing facility for the first 100 days as follows: For days 1 to 20 of your stay during the benefit period, you pay $0. For days 21 to 100 of your stay, you pay a coinsurance that is set by the government.  Medicare generally doesn’t cover long-term care stays in a nursing home.

The key to understanding Medicare is that it provides reimbursement care for a specific time and is not intended to be utilized for long-term insurance coverage. The maximum benefit period is 100 days, but your medical condition may not qualify you to receive this length of coverage.

Medicare benefits apply under the following circumstances:

  • The patient spends three consecutive days in an acute care hospital, not including the day of discharge.
  • A physician certifies that the patient requires skilled or rehabilitative care.

Services typically covered by Medicare include:

  • Patient room
  • Meals, including therapeutic diets
  • Nursing care
  • Rehabilitation services
  • Medication
  • Medical supplies
  • Use of adaptive equipment and appliances
  • Ancillary services, such as laboratory tests and x-rays

Other Insurance

We participate in a variety of additional private insurance plans including: accepts many payer types including Medicare, Medicare HMO’s, Medicaid, Blue Cross Blue Shield, HAP, Aetna, Priority Health, AARP and many more.  Each plan is different and coverage amounts may vary greatly. We are happy to sit down with you and review your plan to determine your insurance eligibility and coverage.

Medicaid

If you have limited assets and a low income and you need help paying for nursing home or assisted living care, Medicaid might help you pay for your care. Medicaid will generally only cover the cost of “convalescent care” or what most people refer to as “long term care”. However, before Medicaid will pay for a nursing home stay, it must be proven “medically necessary” for the patient. The rules for Medicaid are complicated, but we can help. Our admissions professionals can help answer your questions and explain what Medicaid will and will not pay for.

Every insurance plan is different and coverage and benefits vary. Please contact our Admissions and Marketing Department for more information.

Features:

Beauty Salon / Barber Shop / Chapel / Diet & nutrition counseling / Dining / Dietician / Health & wellness classes / Housekeeping / Library / Maintenance / Market / Cafe / On-site physician services / On-site wellness services / Safety call system / Wellness / Exercise Center /
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