Riverside Health and Rehab is committed to ensuring you receive all of your healthcare benefits and we explore every financial option.
Recognizing that love and attention can be powerful medicine, we encourage family and friends, including children, to visit their loved ones. We allow 24hr visitation hours, but we do ask that visitors consider other patients when planning their visits, so to avoid disturbances
Riverside Health and Rehab is a 160 bed skilled nursing facility in Charleston, South Carolina. Centrally located, Riverside offers easy access to Charleston hospitals. It houses a specialty CardioPulmonary Pavilion, as well as provides short-term rehabilitation, skilled nursing care, long-term care, hospice care, and respite care.
Accepting Medicare and most major insurances, Riverside is able to provide care for anyone 18 years and older. Along with the experienced nursing staff Riverside has highly trained therapists that provide Physical Therapy, Speech Therapy, Occupational Therapy, and Respiratory Care. Riverside also provides Wound Care, Tracheotomy Care, IV therapy, and Tube Feeding Care.
Patient-centered care is at the heart of what we do at Riverside Health and Rehab. We work together, and listen to your needs to obtain a common goal of improving functioning so that you can return to a full, productive life.
Riverside's Cardio Pulmonary Program is designed to help individuals regain their strength and independence after a cardiopulmonary event. The goal of the program is to help individuals with heart disease recover soon and return to a full, productive life.
Skilled nursing is designed for patients with short-term needs and is provided by qualified, trained professionals. The plan of care is developed with the individual needs of the patient in mind, with the goal of facilitating a return to home or improvements in functional status.
Long-term care patients are individuals who require 24-hours nursing care and some level of assistance with activities of daily living such as eating, bathing, grooming, dressing and walking. This level of care is significantly different from skilled care, in that no time limit is set on the plan of care. Therefore it is long-term in nature.
Respite care was designed as a service to the growing number of caregivers in the community. Trained professionals provide respite services – whether for a few days or a few weeks, to give caregivers a much needed rest and opportunity to take a vacation.