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Dear Family and Friends,
We understand the huge toll that separation has taken on our residents and families. We are excited to announce that our Genesis-affiliated Centers will now allow indoor visitation at all times and for all residents (regardless of vaccination status), with the exception of the three scenarios listed below. CMS, the federal agency that regulates nursing centers, has updated its visitation guidance due to high resident vaccination rates and a drop in COVID-19 cases around the country. read more
Golden Peaks Center
1005 East Elizabeth, Fort Collins, CO 80524-3911
Golden Peaks Center is a skilled nursing facility offering post-hospital, short-term rehabilitation as well as long-term and respite care services. We also have a specialized Memory Support Unit for residents with Alzheimer's or dementia. We accept Medicare, Medicaid, and most private insurances. Golden Peaks is a CMS 5-star rated facility and an AHCA Bronze Quality Award winner!
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- ShortStay care
- LongTerm care
- Respite care
- Palliative care
- Rehabilitation therapy
- Physical therapy
- Occupational therapy
- Speech therapy
- Orthopedic Rehabilitation - including joint replacement, injuries and amputation
- Outpatient Rehabilitation Services
- Registered Nurses
- IV Therapy
- Total Parenteral Nutrition (TPN)
- Colostomy care
- Dementia care
- Dental care
- Personal care
- Pet therapy
- Podiatry care
- Vision care
- Wound care
- Hospice care
- Pain management
- Case management
- Dietary and nutrition needs management
- Discharge planning
- Individual treatment plans
- Medication management
- Cultural, educational, religious and social activities
- Private and Semi-Private Rooms
- Beautiful Garden(s) / Courtyard(s)
- Conveniently Located
- Beauty Salon / Barber Services
- Cable Television
- Dining Room
- In-room dining options
- Alarm system to aid in the security of residents with cognitive deficits
- Mail and Newspaper Service
- Pharmaceutical delivery service
- Wireless Internet
- Smoke free environment
Justin BlumenthalCenter Executive Director
Justin studied at Trident University International and has 15 years experience in health care as a paramedic and a Nursing Home Administrator. He is struck by the caring staff and our wonderful memory care unit. New to CO, Justin is from Los Angeles, CA. While exploring Colorado, he enjoys mountain biking and stand-up paddle boarding.
Anne Robinson, MD, MPHMedical Director
Anne is originally from a farm downstate Illinois. Southern Illinois Medical School. Family Medicine Residency with Board Certification Family Medicine. Masters in Public Health from Emroy University. Family Medicine practice since 1986 with experience in solo and group practice in addition to resident teaching position. Medical Director at Golden Peaks since 2016. Married and have lived in Fort Collins, CO. since 2008, joined Associated Family Medicine, practiced 11 full time and continue to see patients on a part time basis.
Stephanie Nash, RNCenter Nurse Executive
Stephanie Nash, RN is the Center Nurse Executive for Golden Peaks Center.
Kimberly BoyleInterim Senior Admissions Director
Kimberly has been with Genesis for over 3 years. She has had the unique opportunity to work with the admissions team at each of the Denver Metro Genesis buildings.
Amy Svinarich, OTD, OTR/L, DORInterim Director of Rehabilitation
Amy has worked as an occupational therapist for 18 years and has been a part of our Genesis Rehab Services team for 12 years supporting a variety of facilities within the Genesis family. She has been a Director of Rehab since 2013 and transferred to Bear Creek in 2019. She found occupational therapy in college after being raised in a family of medical professionals and graduated with her Doctorate from Creighton University in Omaha, NE. Amy is a Colorado native and in her free time, she and her family enjoy skiing, camping, hikes and mud runs. Nothing feels better than helping people get back to their job of living.
Kind and caring staff
I spent many hours at the facility visiting my aunt. Although, sometimes it could be a bit chaotic based on the uncertain events that can take place at any given time, the staff was so wonderful to my aunt. She was always clean, in nice new clothes, given walks in the sun or a rest in her bed, whatever she wanted or needed at the time. I have seen the staff deal with many of the residents in a kind, caring way. We had monthly care meetings with nurses, dietary aids, hospice workers, activities coordinator, chaplain, and any family to address any concerns or wishes regarding her care. All were addressed and changes were made if needed. The staff will never receive the compensation or credit they deserve for the detailed care and concern they give to each of the residents in their care. I can't express my gratitude for my aunt being treated like a queen at Genesis Golden Peaks A++++++.
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Della was admitted to Golden Peaks Center following a functional decline at home with increased weakness and dehydration. During her stay, Della participated in OT, PT, and SLP services. When she admitted, she required assistance with all cares and was only able to walk 5 feet with help. After 19 days at Golden Peaks, Della was able to discharge home, walking over 400 feet with no assistance, and only needing supervision for other tasks.
The Challenge: Marie P. was admitted to Golden Peaks Center following a functional decline at home with increased weakness and inability to stand or complete her daily tasks.
The Treatment: During her stay, Marie worked primarily with OT and PT services. When she admitted, she required assistance with all cares and was only able to walk 5 feet with physical assistance.
The Outcome: Upon discharge, Marie was able to walk 100 feet, complete her upper body dressing, and toileting with only supervision. Marie also improved her standing ability to only needing minimal assist.
The Challenge: Bill was admitted to Golden Peaks Center for rehab for strengthening and improved endurance. Upon admission, Bill needed help to transfer from bed to chair and needed assist to walk 40 feet.
The Treatment: During his stay, Bill received OT and PT services. Rehab targeted improved balance and endurance for reduced risks of falls upon returning home, and to improve his overall independence for community living.
The Outcome: After 21 days at Golden Peaks, Bill is able to independently walk over 200 feet with his walker and is able to transfer by himself.
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