A Hometown Atmosphere For Healing
We are a healthcare company that believes people do better physically, mentally and spiritually when they are as close to home as possible. We also believe that people who prefer a small-town lifestyle should be able to receive the highest quality care in the neighborhoods they know and love, which is why we operate licensed sub acute rehabilitation and health care campuses in six communities throughout West Michigan.
You don’t have to leave your community to receive first-class care. Our Medicare and Medicaid certified facilities offer exceptional clinical expertise and leading-edge technology along with the friendly, caring service that people are accustomed to in small towns.
Established Clinical Guidelines
Based on the most up-to-date clinical information and outcome measurements, our team of professionals has established clinical guidelines for the diagnosis and rehabilitation of many conditions. We customize these guidelines, in consultation with your physician and insurance company, to meet your specific clinical needs, under the best direction.
Our care programs are designed to achieve the goals established by you and your physician. This generally involves maximizing your independence and mobility so you can return to your home and manage life on your own.
Our Rehab Care is overseen by a Medical Doctor and a Physiatrist – a Medical Doctor who specializes in physical rehabilitation. They work together with your doctor and our therapy staff to develop and implement a plan that will restore your independence and mobility. A case management team coordinates the activities of all the healthcare professionals working with you and updates your doctor on your progress.
Your health care team may include:
- Specialty Physician
- Specialty-Trained Nurses
- Occupational Therapists
- Physical Therapists
- Speech Language Therapists
- Respiratory Therapists
- Registered Dietitian
- Medical Social Worker (LMSW)
Dining is an important part of patient care, both nutritionally and socially. Our Registered Dietitian works with our care team to ensure we meet the dietary needs of each individual, including enteral feeding and Total Parenteral Nutrition (TPN) when needed. All of our facilities serve three restaurant-style meals in beautifully appointed dining rooms.
Life Enrichment & Discharge to Home Social Activity Transitions
We offer a wide range of organized group and individual activities to enhance the quality of life for our patients and residents. From pet visits and parlor games to religious services and community outings, our residents can stay as busy as they want to be.
Additionally, discharge to home transition may include social interactions and community awareness activities so that our patients may resume appropriate pre-injury hobbies.
Before you leave Metron, we will conduct an evaluation of your home to ensure you have all you need there to manage comfortably and safely. We’ll also educate your family on what to expect.