Your choice for the finest in Skilled Nursing, Sub-acute, and Rehabilitation
Calcutta Health Care Center is a contemporary Medicare and Medicaid approved facility specializing in short-term rehabilitation services. From admission until discharge, the staff of highly-trained professionals provides comfortable living to all who are under our care.
Calcutta Health Care Center provides a high level of nursing and other medical care, as well as personal care and assistance, for people whose illness or impairments require close monitoring. Around-the-clock nursing is available with registered nurses on duty at all times. In addition to nursing, other medical services are provided including physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech-language pathology.
The multidisciplinary team of professionals arranges weekly utilization meetings to remain informed on each of their patient’s progress, and to ensure their needs are met. The primary goal is to design an individualized program in accordance with their physician’s order to meet patient needs.
Other services and amenities include:
- Newly remodeled private and semi-private rooms
- Short-term, intermediate, long-term, respite, hospice, and end of life care
- Physical, occupational, and speech therapy
- IV therapy
- Advanced wound care
- Podiatry, ear, eye, and dental services
- Psychological services
- Ventilator and respiratory therapy
- Nutritional services
- Activities and recreation
- In house Beauty/Barber Salon
- Lounges for socializing
- Free wifi and cable TV
Calcutta Health Care Center provides residents with various activities to participate in every day.
Co-Medical Director: Dr. Shery Thomas, M.D.
Co-Medical Director: Dr. Mumtaz Husain, M.D.
Attending Physician: Louis Volino, D.O.
Administrator: J. Greg Roof, a graduate of The Ohio State University with a BA in Economics, has been an administrator at Calcutta Health Care Center from its opening in 1995. Health Services Executive (HSE). This credential allows the nation’s most talented administrators to practice along the continuum of health services and supports.