Our patients are medically complex and may require some or all of the following: daily physician visits, critical care ACLS trained nurses & respiratory therapists, pharmacists, dieticians, social workers, discharge planners, dialysis, physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy.
We provide patients with the highest level of individualized care in a smaller, more personalized environment while providing access to the vast array of the resources available at traditional hospitals. We typically admit patients from acute care hospitals, intensive care and step down units. Our wound care program also allows us to admit patients from home or nursing home settings.
Our team includes: physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, registered nurses, respiratory therapists, wound care nurses, state tested nursing assistants, pharmacists, dieticians, social workers, discharge planners, dialysis nurses, physical therapists, occupational therapists and speech-language pathologists who are experienced and trained to care for medically complex patients.
Physician Specialties include but are not limited to: Internal Medicine, Pulmonology, Critical Care, Infectious Disease, General and Vascular Surgery, Cardiology, Nephrology, Rehabilitation, Palliative Care and Psychology.
Advanced Specialty Hospital provides care for a variety of acute or chronic respiratory conditions including; pulmonary patients that were not able to wean off the ventilator during the acute care hospitalization. Our ventilator weaning protocols have demonstrated the ability of weaning patients off of the ventilators at a rate better than the national average.
The highly-trained physicians and specialists provide care to medically complex patients with acute or chronic renal disease that may require short-term or long-term hemodialysis, patients with heart disease, congestive heart failure, peripheral vascular disease, post stroke, post open heart surgery, neurological problems and infections.
We have a Wound Care Team that provides state-of-the-art care for complex wounds, pressure ulcers and surgical sites.
Our rehabilitation services are provided by our physical therapists, occupational therapists and speech-language pathologists who have shown great success with improved functions and mobility for patients that have suffered a trauma, stroke, head injury and orthopedic injury.
Patients are referred to Advanced Specialty Hospitals of Toledo for the continuation of acute medical care because of the severity and complexity of their conditions which precludes them from being accepted into a rehabilitation hospital or a skilled nursing facility or going home with Home Health Service.
The goal of a traditional hospital is to diagnose and stabilize your condition to help you recover as quickly as possible. However, sometimes a quick recovery is unrealistic when you are too sick or otherwise medically complex and need specialized care and extended recovery time. In that case, you need a transitional care hospital, also known as a long-term acute care hospital (LTACH).
Long-term acute care hospitals (LTACHs) are facilities that specialize in the treatment of patients with serious medical conditions that require care on an ongoing basis but no longer require intensive care or extensive diagnostic procedures. These patients are typically discharged from the intensive care units and require more care than they can receive in a rehabilitation center, skilled nursing facility or at home as these patients need daily physician rounds, frequent lab tests and daily care by registered nurses.
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Types of Treatments
Complex Respiratory Services:
Intensive Wound Care Program:
Infectious Disease and Sepsis Management:
Cardiovascular Disease Management:
Other Medically Complex Comorbidities Services:
Who Is Appropriate For Admission
Advanced Specialty Hospitals of Toledo accepts patients who are 18 years of age and older with various medical conditions and physical disabilities. In many cases, patients come from a hospital-based intensive care unit. Patients are typically referred by a physician, nurse, case manager, social worker, family member, physician’s office, skilled nursing facility or home healthcare agency. Upon a referral, a clinical evaluation is conducted by an Advanced Specialty Hospitals care team.
How to make a referral
Our services are covered by Medicare, Medicare replacement plans, health maintenance organizations, health insurance companies, and Ohio Medicaid, Coverage may vary by insurance company and our team will secure insurance pre-certifications and check hospital levels of care benefits prior to admission.
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