Transitional Rehabilitation for:
- Post-Surgical Care
- Orthopedic Surgery
- Cardiac Disease Management
- Pulmonary Disease Management
- Stroke Recovery
- Diabetes Management
Who We Are
Since opening in 2009, Ashton Place has specialized in Transitional Rehabilitation, a comprehensive rehabilitation approach that focuses on short-stay recovery after surgery or other illness.
Ashton Place is the leader in returning patients to their homes as quickly as possible. With rehabilitation services available 7 days a week, patients get the intensive treatment they need to return to their prior level of independence as quickly as possible.
Our focus is providing each patient with a positive patient experience. Because of these positive experiences, a significant number of our patients return to Ashton Place for future rehabilitation needs.
We partner with local hospitals, physicians, and insurance companies to support our patient’s goals in their desire to return home to the resumption of a healthy, active lifestyle.
**Located 15 minutes from Moses Cone Memorial Hospital and Alamance Regional Medical Center. Located on the Guilford / Alamance County Border.**
- Private bedrooms with ceramic tile baths *
- Spacious rehabilitation gym with state-of-the-art equipment
- Individualized menu options
- Flat screen TVs with 77 channels in each room
- Wireless internet throughout facility
- Internet cafe with coffee shop
- Cozy stone fireplaces in each dining area
- Sunrooms with views of fountain in courtyard
- Full-service Beauty-Barber Shop
- Spa room with Hydro Therapy bathing
* based upon availability
- Specialized Physical, Occupational, and Speech therapy services available 7 days a week
- Physician or Nurse Practitioner available
- High staff to patient ratio
- 24-hour a day nursing care
- Always open, 24/7
- Pre-surgical reservations
- After 5 p.m. admissions
- Weekend admissions and evaluations
- Transportation to follow-up doctor appointments
Q: How long will I be admitted for Rehab? What is the average length of stay?
A: The length of stay/days admitted for rehabilitation depends upon your physician, insurance plan, and individual progress. The average length of stay for an orthopedic patient is 7-10 days.
Q: How much therapy will I receive each day? Days per week?
A: There are several variables that affect this including your reason for admission and physicians order. Residents could require all three therapies: physical, speech, and occupational therapy. Therapy is available up to 7 days a week. Therapy sessions can last from 45-60 minutes each.
Q: Are pets allowed to visit?
A: Yes. Pets are granted visiting privileges provided the pet is leashed or crated and attended by the caretaker. Before an animal may enter the facility, proof of immunization against rabies shall be provided.
Q: Will Medicare pay for my stay?
A: Following a qualifying stay at a hospital, Medicare will pay for your stay in the following manner. On day 1 through 20, Medicare pays 100% of the covered charges. On days 21 through 100 Medicare pays 80% and secondary insurance or private pay will cover the remainder 20%.
Q: What other insurances do you accept?
A: We contract with a number of commercial insurance companies including many Medicare Advantage Plans. Please contact the Admissions Department or our Business Office they will be happy to assist you with your insurance and other financial needs/questions.
“I truly enjoyed Physical and Occupational Therapy at Ashton Place. All the staff were professional, compassionate and took a personal interest in me, I loved that! Again, the staff was more than first class!”
“Loved my room and enjoyed the view of the fountain. Excellent place to stay, could not have had better nurses and therapists working with me.”
“You have great employees who know what to do to help you. If you need therapy, this is the place to come. Thank you for looking after me so well!”
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Ashton Place Health & Rehab complies with applicable Federal civil rights laws and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, or sex.