Acute Inpatient


Inpatient care encompasses everything from emergency admissions and overnight observations to post-surgery care and longer stays when a physician determines it is the best course of treatment. Patient Safety while at our hospital is our number one priority and we aggressively strive to meet and exceed quality care standards.

Transitional Care (Swing Bed)


Swing bed nursing care (also known as transitional care) helps patients make the transition from acute care to other appropriate settings depending on the needs of the patient. As a viable alternative to temporary placement in a nursing home facility, many Swing Bed patients choose the hospital after undergoing a procedure at a larger or tertiary care hospital. Swing Bed patients are in need of continued skilled care to make a successful recovery in order to return home.

Our skilled care services include physical, occupational and speech therapy, all available through 
Rehabilitative Services. Additionally, we provide continued administration of intravenous (IV) medicines.



Eating a balanced and nutritional diet is an important part of everyday life but even more so when recovering from an illness or injury in the hospital. Food and Nutrition Services provides three nutritious meals to patients daily and a variety of snacks and beverages.

The meals we provide not only meet strict dietary standards but also are delicious, making your hospital stay feel more like home. Working with your physician, we will accommodate any dietary restrictions and allergies. Food and nutrition services has dedicated colleagues, and our dietary manager and registered dietitian are focused on ensuring you are satisfied with your meals during your road to recovery.

If you have a need for a guest tray in your room to accommodate a visitor, just let us know and we will be happy to help.

Visitors can also enjoy a warm and satisfying meal in the
 Wildflower Café which is located on the lower level of the main hospital building.