Skilled Nursing in Wilmington, NC

Skilled Nursing in Wilmington NC Porters Neck Village

If you ever need this higher level of long-term care, you’ll have priority access at Wilmington’s premier Davis Health Care Center. As a resident of Porters Neck Village, you’re entitled to 30 complimentary days of skilled nursing care per year for a temporary stay, plus a 25% discount if you move to the health care center permanently.

Highly skilled professional staff works with residents, families and physicians to create a customized care plan.

Then, with an abundance of compassion and kindness, we help residents maintain personal interests and a maximum level of independence. Each day and through the night, our focus is to provide skilled nursing care with attention to emotional needs and overall well-being.

At The Davis Community, residents enjoy private rooms in a villa home, with shared common living, dining and kitchen areas. Care is provided on each resident’s schedule, for a better quality of life in a homelike environment.

Pleasant spaces, inside and out:

  • Household model for privacy and dignity
  • Landscaped paths
  • Horticultural therapy and greenhouse
  • Interfaith chapel
  • Library
  • Media center

Frequently asked questions about Skilled Nursing.

It’s specifically for those who need greater care while recovering from a hospital stay, or for those who need longer-term care. Access to compassionate services are provided around the clock by licensed professionals. We also offer custom programs that encourage maximum social interaction and preserve dignity.

Skilled nursing is the right choice for those who require attentive medical care, but don’t have the acute needs that make hospitalization necessary. It provides a higher level of care than assisted living, whether the need is for more hands-on assistance with routine activities, rehabilitation services or long-term care.

If you need skilled nursing services for a loved one, let’s start a conversation.

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