Long-Term Care Center

Residents in the Great Lakes, Garden, Patriot, and Wheels Neighborhoods of HealthSource are just that — “residents.” Each finds expert attention and a restorative approach to establishing and building functional independence.

As part of the HealthSource Saginaw comprehensive continuum of care, the Long-Term Care Center’s programs are designed for:

  • Skilled care — to rehabilitate residents and help them achieve their optimal potential so they can return to an appropriate care setting
  • Extended care — to provide residents with the quality of life and dignity they deserve in a home-like environment

HealthSource also offers a secure neighborhood for residents diagnosed with dementia. On-site psychiatrists in the nearby Behavioral Medicine Center make HealthSource unique in its ability to manage patients in this and all neighborhoods who might be dealing with depression or other mental health issues.

Click here to take a virtual tour of our Long-Term Care Center.

Patient Referrals

If you or a loved one needs skilled or extended long-term care, our compassionate experts are here to answer your questions and address your concerns. To refer a patient, contact our admissions coordinator:

Phone (989) 790-7865 Fax (989) 790-7847
  • Multi-Disciplinary Team Approach
    Around-the-clock care from registered nurses
    Around-the-clock care from registered nurses

    Each resident’s care plan is defined and managed by a team of professionals dedicated to recovery and quality of life:

    • Physician — medical care is supervised by a physician who leads each resident’s treatment plan
    • Nurses — care focuses on medication, training, and transition to the next level of care
    • Therapists — physical and occupational therapists and speech-language pathologists are employed to maximize each resident’s functional ability for independent living
    • Nursing assistants — for needs of daily living
    • Dietitian — for planning and implementing meals that provide appropriate nutrition for each resident’s health, lifestyle, and food preferences
    • Social worker — helps residents and families adjust, assists with psychosocial needs, and facilitates discharge planning
    • Certified therapeutic recreation specialists — engaging residents in games, activities, crafts, and fun
    • Residents and their families — it is important for residents to do as much as possible for themselves, and the love and patience of family members helps


  • Case Management


    • Provides pre-admission evaluation, background review, thorough health screening, insurance screening, and an initial meeting with residents and their families
    • Follows care from pre-admission to discharge


  • Continuity of Care


    • Allows you or your loved one to transition from an acute care hospital into our program
    • Occurs regularly throughout the resident’s stay through communication with referring professionals


  • Patient-Focused Care Planning and Treatment


    • Provides treatment by a variety of professionals including physicians and therapists
    • Encourages YOU to participate in developing your own goals and objectives in the planning process


  • Older Adult Assessment


    • Offers a psycho-social assessment to help understand the health status of older adults


Specialized Services

In addition to medical care, residents have the benefit of the following specialized services:

    • Physical therapy
    • Speech-language pathology
    • Occupational therapy
    • Transportation services
    • Respiratory services
    • Social services
    • Therapeutic recreation
    • Nutrition services/diet consultation
    • Volunteer services

    • Fine dining environment with scheduled entertainment
    • Wound management
    • Radiology
    • Laboratory testing
    • Laundry service
    • On-site beauty/barber shop
    • On-site pharmacy
    • On-site psychiatric services
    • Dentist