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Health care services in transitional care units, nursing homes and senior living communities
SeniorCare Transitions, part of Allina Health, works with patients and their families to manage medical care in these settings:
Our on-site medical teams support healing and help prevent unnecessary trips to the clinic or hospital.
SeniorCare Transitions considers a number of things when deciding which locations to provide care including; location, reputation, average number of beds available, number of patients who are discharged to home rather than readmitted to the hospital, availability of therapy staff and the number of clinicians and doctors we have available to care for patients.
Services are billed to your insurance company, including Medicare. We will submit a claim for services on your behalf. Please contact your insurance carrier for questions about your insurance benefits.
To arrange nurse practitioner and doctor visits at select facilities near you, call the Care Navigation Help Desk at 651-635-9173.
Geriatric medicine specialists
Our medical team specializes in geriatric medicine. They know the aging process and how it affects the prevention, diagnosis, treatment and management of conditions common to the elderly.
Short-term care at transitional care units
SeniorCare Transitions offers medical care services to patients who need a short-term stay (usually two weeks or less) and rehabilitation as they continue to recover from a hospital stay.
Our goal is to help you make a safe transition to home or other suitable living arrangement.
Your SeniorCare Transitions medical team will come to the transitional care unit where you're staying to:
An experienced nurse practitioner and a physician will make onsite vists to the TCU. You will normally be seen one to two times per week. SeniorCare Transitions teams are on-call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Bringing short-term care to you
Our medical teams provide care in a wide network of transitional care units in the extended Twin Cities metropolitan area.
Long-term care for nursing home residents
SeniorCare Transitions provides care to nursing home residents who need long-term care (typically beyond two to three weeks).
While staying at a nursing home, you need someone to manage your health care. As part of your SeniorCare Transitions medical team, your nurse practitioner will come for primary care visits, which include:
Your SeniorCare Transitions medical team includes:
The doctor on your care team rounds with the nurse practitioner on a regular basis and is available at all times for consultation.
SeniorCare Transitions teams are on-call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Bringing long-term care to you
Our medical teams see patients in a wide network of nursing homes in the extended Twin Cities metropolitan area.
Minnesota Senior Health Options care managers
Our registered nurse and social worker care managers help seniors in Minnesota Senior Health Options (MSHO) understand and manage their health care and arrange related support services. MSHO is for people ages 65 and older who are eligible for Medical Assistance and are in Medicare Parts A and B or who have MA only.
It's easy to get started with SeniorCare Transitions, just call 651-635-9173 or
Aging with independence.
The SeniorCare Transitions team includes a nurse practitioner and physician who will travel to you and provide primary care in the comfort of your own home. This convenient health care option means that you no longer have to travel to appointments and spend time in waiting rooms. We make housecalls to partnering senior living communities on weekdays and can be called 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Our goal is to help you stay healthy, living as independently as possible. The SeniorCare Transitions team is made up of geriatric medicine specialists who know how the aging process affects the prevention, diagnosis, treatment and management of conditions that are common to the elderly.We will take the time to learn about you, your needs and goals and help you manage your medical conditions, care for you when you are sick and need medical care.
Yes, by enrolling in SeniorCare Transitions you are deciding to have your primary care provided by the Allina Health medical team located on your senior living campus.
Your SeniorCare Transitions nurse practitioner or physician will see you for:
We can refer you to the closest Allina Health clinic or hospital, or you may continue to see your specialty care provider.
We bill your insurance company, just as is done in the clinic. We work with all major insurance providers including Medicare.
Senior living community locations
We make house calls to residents in partnering senior living communities throughout the Twin Cities.