Elevate your health and life, with specialized senior rehabilitation and skilled nursing care.

It’s not easy to come back after a fall, accident or surgery. But with our team of specialty and primary care physicians, nurses and therapists by your side, feeling and living better is possible.

A community focused on your best outcome.

From general care to specialty medicine and therapies, our team is known for its unrelenting dedication to positive results. We are here to meet your every need in our community of whole-person caring.

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Getting you well is only the first step.

Safe, steady recovery is vital. But ensuring that you or your loved one maintain well-being is just as important. We work to get you home and prevent rehospitalization.

We make recuperating truly enriching.

A day spa, a relaxing patio and garden area and entertaining activities. They’re all part of our Life Enrichment program—structured to help you stay motivated to get well.

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Use our handy virtual tour to take a look around Flagler Health and Rehabilitation. Enjoy 360-degree views of our private suites, therapy gym and more.

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Current COVID-19 Testing Information for Flagler Health and Rehabilitation Center

Data reflects current information as of Jun 01, 2020.

  • A positive test confirms evidence of the virus, but does not confirm the patient is experiencing symptoms.
  • A negative result indicates that a test has been administered and the result was negative for COVID-19.
  • Pending means that a test has been administered, but results have not been received prior to this information being published.
  • Staff members who are active positive are not working until cleared by the local department of health. Active positive staff cases reflect only staff members that are currently out of work due to COVID-positive status.
  • Mitigating Factors: restricting visitation, screening staff and essential vendors/visitors with temperature checks, routine symptom checks and temperature/oxygen saturation checks for patients, infection prevention and control procedures in place such as hand hygiene, mask use, social distancing, and routine cleaning/sanitizing.

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