Skilled Nursing Facility in Hackettstown, NJ
Compassionate Care When You Need It Most
At The House, we strive to be more than simply a skilled nursing facility in Hackettstown, NJ. We know that when you or your loved one needs post-hospital, subacute or long-term care, you want the highest-quality care available in a nurturing environment. It’s why we maintain a 5-Star rating from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, and why we’re one of the most sought-after senior living options in the area.
For residents coming from independent living, assisted living and comprehensive personal care as well as those coming to us on a direct-admission basis, our trained team members will make you feel at home and at ease. Our skilled nursing team, composed of registered nurses (RNs), licensed practical nurses (LPNs), certified nursing assistants (CNAs), social workers and therapists, provides 24/7 care with respect for every resident’s story.
Get in touch with us using the form on this page to learn more about the best skilled nursing facility Hackettstown, NJ, has to offer.
- Physical therapy
- Occupational therapy
- Speech pathology
- IV therapy
- Special diets
- Oxygen therapy
- Wound care
- Pain management
- Scheduled transportation
- Utilities included
- Laundry and linen services
- Room service upon request
- Private and semiprivate rooms
- Restaurant-style dining
- A full schedule of social and educational events
- Beauty salon/Barbershop
- Country Store — our resident-run convenience store
- Putting green
- Arts and crafts program
- Guest suites for 24-hour visits
- Walking paths
- And more
Frequently Asked Questions
Is Medicaid accepted?
Medicaid is accepted in both our skilled nursing care and comprehensive personal care residences. Medicaid applicants may be placed on a waiting list based on apartment availability.
What is skilled nursing?
It’s a level of care ideal for those who are recovering from a hospital stay or who need long-term care. Professional, compassionate support is delivered around-the-clock by licensed professionals, including RNs, LPNs and certified nursing assistants.
When is skilled nursing necessary?
This level of care is appropriate for those who require attentive medical care but don’t have the acute needs that would make hospitalization necessary. It provides a higher level of care than assisted living, whether the need is for short-term hands-on assistance with routine activities, rehabilitation services or long-term care.
When would someone need long-term care?
Long-term nursing care may be necessary for seniors who are dealing with an ongoing health condition or disability, chronic or severe pain, a chronic medical condition, or permanent disability.