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Bloomfield Nursing and Rehabilitation
803 Hacienda Lane, Bloomfield, NM 87413
Bloomfield Nursing and Rehabilitation is a skilled nursing facility offering post-hospital, short-term rehabilitation as well as long-term and respite care. We accept Medicare, Medicaid, and most private insurances. Our staff is dedicated to serving the medical and rehabilitation needs of individuals recovering from illness or injury. A New Memory Support Unit Coming Soon!
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- LongTerm care
- Respite care
- ShortStay care
- Registered Nurses
- Personal care
- Pain management
- Case management
- Dietary and nutrition needs management
- Discharge planning
- Individual treatment plans
- Rehabilitation therapy
- Physical therapy
- Occupational therapy
- Speech therapy
- Activity room
- Private and Semi-Private Rooms
- Beautiful Garden(s) / Courtyard(s)
- Beauty Salon / Barber Services
- Cable Television
- Dining Room
- Fully air conditioned
- Individual climate control
- In-room dining options
- Laundry facility on-site
- Mail and Newspaper Service
- Pharmaceutical delivery service
- Phone service
- Wireless Internet
- Kosher meals available
- Enclosed courtyard
- State assistance accepted
- Pets permitted to visit with updated vaccination record
- Bilingual Spanish-speaking staff
Richard (Rickey) Callister is excited to be a part of the Genesis team at Bloomfield. Prior to working in skilled nursing, he bounced between public health and hospital administration before finding a place in skilled nursing. Rickey enjoys being a part of good healthcare teams and helping patients and their families receive the best care. He enjoys spending time with his wife and two children.
Victoria AlonzoDirector of Rehabilitation
Victoria has been at Bloomfield nursing and Rehabilitation center since 2014 first as a PTA and later as DOR. Specializing in short term, long term, and transitional care. Pursuing a career in LTC is what she has always caught her interest. Patient care is always number one to her and her team here in Bloomfield with a family like atmosphere within our residents and colleagues.
Good experience and polite staff
I really had some good learning experiences about some ways of exercise and physical therapy. All nurses were very nice and polite. Food was pretty good. This facility is a lot better than others. I'd just like to say thanks to all staff and keep up the good work!
Proud of our Therapy Department!
We are proud of our Therapy Department with all their countless hours of dedication and hard work to help improve our residents' lives here at Bloomfield Nursing & Rehabilitation. We offer Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy as well as Speech Therapy.
One of our residents who wished to remain anonymous would like to share their success story with our therapists. Our long-term care resident was in a motorcycle accident when he suffered a cervical neck injury which resulted in quadriplegia. This had left him requiring a geriatric chair due to the severity of his functional limitations. He first entered physical therapy to improve strength, range of motion, and build endurance, and occupational therapy adjusting to help with adjusting to everyday life. Occupational Therapy focuses on activities of daily living, eating, toileting, and grooming. However, his recovery outcome required that he receive total assistance from a staff member 24 hours a day for his personal care.
After being discharged he received restorative nursing care to maintain his strength and mobility. The physical and occupational therapy team re-intervened with him as he later was seen showing some positive results in muscle function, balance, and sitting tolerance as some of his functions had shown some recovery. His goal in therapy was to be able to one day gain some independence and sit in a wheelchair so he could participate in his activities of daily living. The therapeutic rehabilitation team developed a specific therapeutic intervention regimen to meet his physical strength, mobility, and his emotional and individual needs.
In several short months, with intensive training he slowly transitioned from a geriatric wheelchair to a high back recline wheelchair with supportive wheelchair accessories for safe positioning and adaptive equipment to assist with his stand transfers to and from his wheelchair with our trained nursing care staff. He is now able to perform a stand turn transfer with a two-person transfer to and from his wheelchair. Demonstrate good posture during meal times having improved access to independently drink from a cup, and improved mobility for occupations of choice improving his overall self-esteem and independence. He stated that, “he is happy with his new wheelchair.” He continues to receive restorative nursing care to maintain his current level of function and is seen within the facility feeling good about the personal goals that he had set for himself.
First class care!
I had 2 great nurses, LeGay and Tess who were outstanding! Jackie was helpful in getting rehab and discharge. Sheri and Tom in therapy were also great. I received first class care!
- Jerrell U.
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