Rehab Partners practice medicine at several post-acute facilities in the Albuquerque metro area. Below is a list of facilities we are currently serving. If you would like us to provide medical care at your facility contact our office at (505) 503-8806.
We would love to create a long term relationship with your team!
Providing a unique solution to those looking for an alternative to a nursing home with state-of-the-art facilities and professionals specializing in short term nursing and rehabilitation after your hospital stay and before returning home. They offer private suites, twenty-four hour nursing care, inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation services, and a fine dining experience in a luxurious atmosphere.
Haven Behavioral Hospital of Albuquerque is a licensed, acute care psychiatric hospital providing a range of inpatient stabilization and treatment services to adults of all ages who are experiencing psychiatric disorders and co-occurring mental health and substance use issues.
Services are provided by psychiatrists, nurses, therapists and other professional staff who are dedicated to improving the quality of life of patients.
Haven’s philosophy is one of working together with family, physicians, long-term care providers and other agencies involved in meeting the healthcare needs of adults of all ages.
South Valley Care Center, LLC in Albuquerque, NM, is rated 4.0 stars overall. It is a small facility with 62 beds and has for-profit, individual ownership. South Valley Care Center, LLC is not part of a continuing care retirement community. It participates in Medicare and Medicaid.
There is a licensed nursing staff available in the community 24 hours a day to provide direct care or make decisions if elevated care is needed.
A skilled level is indicated if the resident demonstrates improvement from rehabilitation service (physical, occupational, or speech therapy). Supportive Care at The Neighborhood has these therapy services available on site. Usually, skilled care is needed only on a short-term basis because the resident’s condition stabilizes or improves.