Pulmonary Rehabilitation Douglas, MA
The Pulmonary Rehabilitation program at Brookside Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center is guided through a centralizing team approach. Our program aims to reduce the need for hospitalization by reducing pulmonary symptoms, decreasing disability, increasing participation in physical and social activities and promoting independence and overall quality of life.
The healthcare professionals at Brookside Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center are experienced in providing specialized care and services to patients with a variety of acute and chronic lung disorders.
Our Services Include:
- 24 Hour Licensed Nursing Supervision
- Physical and Occupational Therapy 7 days per week as ordered
- BLS & ACLS Trained Nurses & Therapists
- Onsite and Full-Time Respiratory Therapy
- Routine Physician Evaluations
- Patient & Family/Caregiver Support
- Patient, Family & Caregiver Education/Training
- Discharge Planning & Post Discharge follow-up onsite visit by Nurse Practitioner
Every move and decision is determined with each resident’s best interest in mind, and every day is an opportunity to experience happiness — for those who give it, and those who receive it.
Brookside Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center helps residents shorten the distance between an acute stay and their home in Douglas, MA.
Contact us today at 508-943-3889 to discuss your pulmonary rehabilitation needs.
Douglas is a town in Worcester County, Massachusetts, United States with a population was 8,471 at the 2010 census. It includes the sizable Douglas State Forest, managed by the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation. Douglas’s forests gave rise to a woodcutting industry and the Douglas axe company. A woolen manufacturing company, on the Mumford River in East Douglas, in recent times held by the Schuster family, has been prominent in the history of this community. General Lafayette, of France, stopped here during the Revolutionary War, to change horses, on his way to Boston to join General Washington. Lafayette was a hero of the American Revolution and the French Revolution.
Douglas, MA Resources:
Douglas Flea Market – The Douglas Flea Market, located in the historic Dutch Hoop Bosma Barn, is filled with antiques, vintage items, eclectic delights, shabby chic, jewelry, sports memorabilia, linens, clocks, collectibles, and furniture, new, used and restored.
Douglas Historical Society – The Douglas Historical Society promotes research and learning about the history of Douglas Massachusetts by acquiring, protecting and preserving property, both real and personal, that has historical significance.
Simon Fairfield Public Library – The library offers services to the Douglas, MA community, which includes book clubs and book rentals.
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