Windmill Nursing Pavilion

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Who is Windmill Nursing Pavilion?

Windmill Nursing Pavilion is a Medicaid and Medicare certified nursing facility in Illinois. The institution provides residents with 24-hour intermediate and skilled nursing care in residential-like setting. Aside from skilled nursing services, Windmill Nursing Pavilion offers speech, occupational, and physical therapy. Windmill Nursing Pavilion is located at 16000 South Wabash, South Holland, IL, and may be reached through telephone number 708-339-0600. The Illinois Nursing Home Care Act and the Department of Public Health govern the Windmill Nursing Pavilion.

Windmill Nursing Pavilion’s Address, Phone Number, and Contact Information

Windmill Nursing Pavilion
16000 South Wabash
South Holland, IL, 60473
Tel: 708-339-0600

Website: Windmill Nursing Pavilion

Windmill Nursing Pavilion’s Overview

Windmill Nursing Pavilion is a large, for-profit assisted living community with 150 certified beds. The facility is registered under the legal business name Windmill Nursing Pavilion, LTD and has therapeutic programs and socialization avenues. Windmill Nursing Pavilion offers general services like meal preparation, 24-hour staffing, social recreation activities, and housekeeping; personal services like personal hygiene and grooming, mobility and transferring, and transportation services; and of course, medical-related services like physical, occupational, and speech therapy, nursing care, and monthly wellness checkups.

Windmill Nursing Pavilion is not in a Continuing Care Retirement Community (CCRC). A CCRC provides three levels of care: independent living, assisted living, and skilled nursing. Typically, a CCRC offers the most service-intensive options for residents. At a CCRC, residents may freely move from one level of care to another.