Long Term Care Facility
Forks Community Hospital's Long Term Care Facility serves the residents of western Clallam and Jefferson counties. Now accommodating 20 residents, the facility’s design furnishes a comfortable, home-like atmosphere while offering close medical supervision. The staff is dedicated to providing comprehensive care with a personal touch.
Spacious, semi-private rooms, some with patios, offer residents the opportunity to surround themselves with some of their own furnishings. Natural skylights in the hallways and TV and visitor lounges brighten the environment. Family pets are welcome to visit with proper documentation (please call ahead).
A skilled, professional nursing staff provides individualized care, and should the need arise, the staff and facilities of the Hospital are immediately available. A registered dietitian furnishes individualized dietary counseling and assures that healthful food is presented in an appetizing manner. Meals are served in a bright and airy dining/day room. A medical social worker and mental health professionals are available to both residents and their families to ease the adjustment to this new life style.
- Physical Therapy
- Occupational Therapy
- Speech Therapy via Telemedicine
- Geriatric Psychiatry via Telemedicine
- Medicaid accepted
- Activities Program
- Recreation Room
- Van for outings
- Beauty & Barber shop
- Volunteer Program
- Telephone & Cable TV access included
Personalized Care. . .
We strive to provide skilled care to our residents in a professional and compassionate manner.
Individuality. . .
Our goal is to provide care which will enable residents to reach or maintain their highest practical level of functioning.
Teamwork. . .
We value the unique contributions of each of our staff. Together, with our residents and their families, we plan and deliver high quality care and services.
Respect. . .
We are ever mindful of the rights and wishes of each resident.
Dedication. . .
We appreciate the support of the surrounding community and the resources it contributes. Both enhance the quality of life for our residents.
For more information, call Karen Keller, M.S., RN, Director or Vicky Goakey, RN at (360) 374-6271 ext 110.