Our skilled nursing and rehabilitation facility, the Health Care Center (HCC) at Ida Culver House Broadview, is well known for its compassionate care.
Whether you need short-term skilled nursing and rehabilitation services as a result of an illness or injury or long-term care, our goal at the Rehabilitation Center of the HCC is to help you return to the highest-possible level of independence through a personalized care and therapy plan. Our dedicated staff provides a comprehensive range of skilled nursing and therapy services for various conditions, including: occupational therapy to provide techniques designed to increase independence in everyday tasks; physical therapy to help maintain or regain function and mobility; speech and language pathology to employ techniques that support brain and memory functions, communication, swallowing, and more.
Our Memory Support Center at the HCC is a comfortable environment for residents living with advanced dementia, Alzheimer’s, or other forms of memory loss. Our caring staff is dedicated to providing personalized care with dignity and compassion. Residents enjoy walking and relaxing in a secure outdoor garden, daily exercise classes, scenic outings, and other specially designed therapeutic activities.
The Health Care Center is also affiliated with UW Medicine Long-Term Care Service, a division of Gerontology and Geriatric Medicine, providing our residents access to programs that are meant to help restore physical health.
“Everyone went above and beyond at making my stay as positive as it could be. I know I could not have received better care anywhere else.” – Gloria J.
“The therapists are very capable, very courteous, very caring and fun to be with.” – Astrid H.
Seattle areas served
Our skilled nursing and rehabilitation facility proudly serves the residents of Greenwood, North Seattle, Shoreline, Ballard, North King County, and more. Residents of Ida Culver House Broadview enjoy the peace of mind that comes from knowing additional onsite services are available if ever needed.