Warm, Compassionate Care,
Designed Just For You

Skilled Nursing and Short-Term Rehabilitation

At Regency Oaks you’ll find 5 star quality in our unmatched, personalized rehab care and compassionate skilled nursing care right on campus, and because we’re a life care community, our residents can seamlessly transition to higher levels of care. Of course, we always welcome anyone to enter Regency Oaks right at the level of care needed, including long-term skilled nursing care. Our short-term rehab services are also open to non-residents as well.

Wellness

There is no continuing care retirement community in Clearwater more committed to offering a holistic approach to your total health than Regency Oaks. Our programs, services and amenities are all structured to support your overall physical, social and emotional wellbeing.

Take a look at our incredible array of Wellness offerings:

  • Fully equipped Fitness Center
  • Open concept pool with pagoda kitchen
  • Daily fitness and wellness programs
  • Healthy, chef-prepared, fresh foods
  • Beautifully designed walking paths
  • Scheduled transportation to physician appointments
  • Emergency response system in every residence
  • Dedicated area for outdoor sports activities
  • Outdoor gardening area for residents
  • Therapy room and hot tub


Our life care program provides a seamless transition to higher levels of care, if ever needed.

Skilled Nursing

When your loved one needs an advanced level of ongoing care, Regency Oaks provides 24-hour skilled nursing care right on campus. Here, everyone is like family. We get to know our residents on a deeper level, so we can deliver care programs that truly reflect their lifestyles and preferences. Our long-term care suites are furnished, but we always invite you and your loved one to personalize the space, so it really feels like home.     

Short Term Rehab

Regency Oaks offers short-term rehabilitative services in a warm and comfortable residential setting to help you recover after an illness or surgery, such as hip, knee, or other joint replacement procedures. Our skilled therapy team will work with you to develop an individualized plan to get you back to an active life in your own home as quickly as possible. Because Regency Oaks is a life care community, residents can transition seamlessly into rehab as needed, but you don’t have to be a resident in order to take advantage of our rehabilitation services.  

Personal Services
  • Assistance for residents with details of admission, discharge and more from the Regency Oaks Health Care Navigator
  • Respectful assistance with the activities of daily living, along with medication management and other supportive services
  • Individualized care plans
  • 24-hour staffing
  • Scheduled transportation available
  • Personal laundry service
Amenities
  • Three delicious, chef-prepared meals a day, including meals available for guests
  • A variety of life-enriching cultural, social, religious and recreational activities
  • Lovely gathering spaces to mingle and socialize
  • Full-service hair salon and barber shop
Residential Services
  • Daily housekeeping
  • Emergency call system
  • Prompt and complete maintenance
Therapies
  • Physical, occupational and speech therapies
  • Orthopedic, stroke and cardiac recovery

FAQs

What is skilled nursing?
Skilled nursing within a senior living community provides 24-hour licensed nursing care. This area within a community primarily provides long-term care or rehabilitative therapies for patients and residents who need medical or nursing care and is ideal for those with chronic medical conditions or disabilities, or those in chronic pain, who require round-the-clock care and supervision by licensed skilled nursing professionals. Read more about Regency Oaks skilled nursing facility and when skilled nursing care is needed.
Is a skilled nursing area of a senior living community like a hospital?
The skilled nursing area of a senior living community is not like a hospital.  Many patients and residents utilize this area of care after a hospital stay. While this area of the community does provide advanced levels of on-going long-term care as well as short-term rehabilitative services, the suites and spaces are designed to be warm and comfortable and reflect a home-like environment.
What is Long-Term Care Insurance?
Long-term care health insurance is designed for individuals over the age of 65 to help cover the costs of long-term care that requires constant supervision. Read more to find out if long-term care insurance is right for you.