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Queen Anne Healthcare
2717 Dexter Ave North
Seattle, WA 98109


Skilled Nursing Services for Seniors in Seattle

A Skilled Nursing Facility (SNF) is a place that provides continuous (24-hour) nursing supervision by registered or licensed vocational nurses. Commonly referred to as “nursing homes” or “convalescent hospitals,” these facilities normally care for the incapacitated person in need of long- or short-term care and assist with many aspects of daily living (walking, bathing, dressing, eating). At a minimum, SNF’s provide medical, nursing, dietary, pharmacy, and senior activity services.

For seniors in Seattle and surrounding communities who are in need of intensive and personalized medical care for short periods, Queen Anne Healthcare is an excellent choice. Our trained skilled nursing staff strives for a high-level of personal care, perfect for seniors who require 24-hour monitoring of health needs. Many patient stays are less than three months and most frequently consist of seniors who come directly from the hospital to recover from surgery or severe illness.

Queen Anne Healthcare  skilled nursing staff, comprised of registered and practical nurses, as well as occupational, speech, and physical therapists, help restore seniors’ lives after physical trauma, such as a stroke, heart attack, broken hip, or knee replacement. Our skilled nursing team, under the direction of the seniors’ physician, is ready to help with healing, rehabilitation, and a smooth transition back into a normal and healthy life.

Advantages of our Seattle Nursing Services

Avamere’s nurturing and professionally trained nursing staff will work diligently, with direction from your primary care physician, to provide quality care that you deserve.

We provide:

  • Personalized assessments
  • Full-time care and supervision
  • Skilled nursing care, coupled with rehabilitative staff for all around care
  • A nice, inviting and home-like atmosphere
  • Insurance advice

Our interdisciplinary wound care team includes Certified Wound Care Associates, Physical Therapists and Registered Dieticians, Registered and Licensed Nurses.

We treat:

  • Surgical Wounds
  • Pressure Ulcers
  • Amputations
  • Diabetic Ulcers
  • Post Trauma Wounds

IV Therapy involves the fusion of fluids through intravenous line to treat Dehydration, Electrolyte Imbalance and deliver medications.

Pain Management is an interdisciplinary approach working together managing Acute and Chronic Pain, to ease the suffering and improve the quality of life for our Residents.

Diabetes Management includes education, blood sugar management, nutrition, hydration, medication exercise, foot and skin care.

When considering the next step in your life, it is important to know all of your options – from the level of care you may need to the amenities that are right for you.