Transitional Care at Meadows on Fairview in Wyoming, Minnesota

When Recovery Requires Assistance

Transitional Care Unit

When you leave the hospital, you may not be strong enough to care for yourself at home. Your care team may recommend a stay in a transitional care unit. The Transitional Care Unit (TCU) or short-term rehabilitation is skilled nursing care that is available in a licensed nursing community, usually after a hospital stay. TCUs are special units that provide short-term therapy and medical care. TCUs can help bridge the gap between hospital care and returning home.

TCU at Meadows on Fairview

  • 14 Private Rooms - spacious, private bathroom
  • Part of Fairview Health Services - access to physical, occupational and speech therapists
  • Support - full time social worker, admissions and discharge support and registered dietitian
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The occupational therapy space at Meadows on Fairview in Wyoming, Minnesota.

How Transitional Care Can Help

  • Work with patients who may need rehabilitation, or who have medical needs that qualify them for a skilled nursing facility stay
  • We help patients with complex conditions transition to the next stage of care. The average stay is 14 days or fewer
  • Care is tailored to meet your specific needs; we offer speech, occupational and physical therapy, recreational therapy, and spiritual care
  • Provides care coordinators who will work with you and your family to educate you and your family about services available once you leave the TCU
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