Thanks for getting me back in one piece with great care and great rehab! You are all a great team! Thanks so much.

Marion and Bruce W.

I have just returned home after spending a week in Danville Post-Acute Rehab following knee replacement surgery. It was the perfect “bridge” between total dependency on others while hospitalized, and independent recovery at home with help from my husband. My stay was pleasant and busy. The physical therapist came in on her day off to evaluate my condition and my needs so that a program and goals could be put in place immediately. Each day I had intensive physical and occupational therapy. My walking improved quickly, my range of motion improved steadily, and my balance stabilized. I learned the easiest and most efficient ways to do daily tasks, and to take care of myself and my personal needs. This was exactly what I hoped to accomplish by spending time in Post-Acute Rehab!
 
A year ago I had my other knee replaced and went directly home from the hospital. My husband and I were both overwhelmed by the amount of care that was necessary, even with Home Health Care that started about a week later. Last year it took over 6 weeks after surgery to feel somewhat independent and confident — and able to begin Out-Patient Physical Therapy. This time, after staying in Danville Post-Acute Rehab, I am already feeling very confident and quite independent — and will begin Out-Patient Physical Therapy less than 2 weeks after my surgery! I am thrilled with this outcome! My thanks to the amazing, efficient, and friendly staff at Danville Post-Acute Rehab. They were always helpful and attentive. I rarely used my call button because someone was always stopping by to ask how I was feeling, if I needed any help, or if there was anything they could do to make me more comfortable! The administrators, therapists, nurses, CNAs and aides were very patient-oriented and always cheerful.
 
I was not expecting a resort — just a clean, comfortable facility that would help me recover and regain my independence. It was a real plus to find a place that could do this, and also had excellent medical knowledge, personal interest, and individualized care

Carolyn M.

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My grandfather has been at this facility since June. The facility is quite clean. The staff and the PT team are great and quite caring. We had a vacation planned and were nervous about going, however we were kept informed about my grandfather’s condition. I think the fact that the facility is smaller than many facilities it is easier to get to know the staff and has a more family feel to it. We love the fact that the facility is close by so we can pop in and out on a daily basis.  
I have had the opportunity to see a number of other Skilled Nursing Facilities when my grandmother was still alive and some on the surface looked like great facilities, but I have to tell you that it really is about the staff that makes a facility great. It’s true the place is small and been around a long time. They are in the process of doing renovations. Overall, they are doing great with what they have to work with. I think it also makes a huge difference when families are involved and take an active role with their loved one. We have never been discouraged from being involved and has welcomed our feedback. My grandfather is quite happy and contented there.

Lori S.

In October of 2011 my mother had a devastating stroke. She had been a vivacious, happy person before this happened. She went to the hospital, acute rehab and then to Danville Post-Acute Rehab. When she arrived there after 30 days of acute rehab, she could not walk, eat, transfer, or pay attention for that matter. She was a patient there for almost 60 days and progressed in rehab far beyond the acute rehab. When she was ready to discharge, she was walking with a cane, eating a modified diet by herself, and had become much more aware of her surroundings. When she was admitted to Danville Post-Acute, she had developed a sore from the acute rehab. The therapist’s identified this and provided the exact care to heal the wound before it could get worse. For that I am so grateful, Thank you!! My Mom went home on December 31, 2011. Unfortunately, she had another stroke and was admitted to the hospital again in late August, 2012 This time we were instructed by the physicians that she was so weak and frail that she probably would not make it. They recommended Hospice care. I immediately thought of Danville Post-Acute and called them to see if they would take a hospice patient. They would and for the end of her life, the care could not have been any better. I was there around the clock. Never did I see any of the other reviews concerns. She and her roommate were well cared for, there was no filth or smell ever. The staff was so kind, gentle and understanding of my families stress and trauma. Our Mom did pass away there, and with all of the dignity, grace and comfort we, and she could have asked for.
 
My Father was in a chain run skilled nursing facility in Walnut Creek, and their level of care didn’t compare at all with what Danville did for myself and my family.Thank you to the administrator, who checked in on us daily, the director of nursing, who would make sure all of my Moms meds were given timely and she was always comfortable and to the entire nursing staff and rehab team thank you so much for all that you did and that you do.

Robby L.

I had excellent care by every area in the center. I want people to know of my positive experience there after a total knee replacement. When I left there my knee was in great working order and my care couldn’t have been better. The food, snacks, and friendliness were also very good and uplifting to me. Thank you, I couldn’t have been happier with this facility. It was clean, smells pleasant, very friendly and good food. The PT and OT were excellent. I had a complete knee replacement at John Muir and your facility was recommended to me by my Dr. and his assistant. I also have several other doctors and friends who used this facility and was more than pleased as I was. I spent almost three weeks there and could see how well it was run.

Becky W.

I don’t normally write reviews but felt compelled to after witnessing the Staff at Danville Post-Acute Rehab. At first I was drawn to this facility because of the location, surrounded by trees and in walking distance to downtown Danville and all. As nice as this is it has little to do with what I was really impressed with.
The ease with which one is allowed to visit their loved ones is refreshing and the people who work there always make you feel at home and welcome. I found the nurses and all to be very professional, but also very warm and caring. I’m generally a bit sensitive to these kind of facilities, i.e smell and decor, but Danville Post-Acute Rehab was especially clean, and they are now in the middle of updating the decor as well.
 
In speaking with family members of other patients they also spoke about the tenderness of care and how impressed they were with the facility. If one has to be in rehab, or has the decision to make in choosing a place for their loved one, I would highly recommend Danville Post-Acute Rehab

Cynthia M.

My Grandfather stayed here recently and it was such a joy coming to the facility to visit him. The staff was extremely friendly and made me feel so welcome. But most importantly my grandpa was happy. He loved the nurses and everyone else on the staff. He too felt welcome and very well taken care of. I will always recommend this place to friends and family. Loved it.

Sophie S.

After being thrown into a very unfamiliar situation after my grandfathers hip replacement, EVERYONE here made me feel that I wasn’t alone! They helped me every step of the way and treated me with as much care and attention as they give my grandfather! When he first arrived, he was disoriented, confused and depressed. He is now very much at home! I can tell how well he’s cared for by his smiles towards the staff, by how sweetly his bed has been made and how wonderful the food is! No lie, I’ve eaten with him and the food is great. ???? We are now getting to the point of moving on from rehab, which again is a scary thing. And again, I am not alone. My grandfather will miss it here and so will I! From the director to laundry services…TOP NOTCH!!!

Kris D.

The entire staff here are extremely kind and considerate; with very little turnover they get to know their patients well, which makes Danville Post-Acute Rehab feel less like a hospital and more like a cheerful, family setting. Yes, it’s relatively small but that’s exactly why my mom is happy here. The facilities are quite nice with a lovely outdoor area. The location can’t be beat – it’s a short walk to quaint downtown Danville where there’s many wheelchair accessible restaurants and shops should family be able to take the patient for an easy, nearby outing. My family visits frequently and during all shifts – the quality of treatment is always the same 24-7: kind, caring, and efficient! If ever I need rehab care – this is where I’d go because I know I’d receive great care by a wonderful staff!

Terri S.

My grandfather stayed at this facility for about a month and this rehab center really helped him get better. The CNAs are all really great and patient and were attentive to my grandfather. My grandpa is a high fall risk patient and they made sure he had extra padding on the sides of his bed, a bed alarm, and lots of check-ups from the staff. They also were really good at helping him use the bathroom and showering him. They were always chatting with him in Tagalog and really brightening his spirits. He also enjoyed the food. They always had so many options and he really enjoyed that.
Overall, my impression of the facility is that it looks a little older but it was nice and quaint, but come on it was obviously built more than 2 decades ago. So if you are going to complain about the overall structure/set-up/bathroom layout go somewhere else. Pretty irritating to read some of the reviews on here. The room and bathroom all were a good size. My grandpa was able to comfortably use his walker/wheelchair through the whole facility. It may not be the Hilton but the staff overall was awesome. They really helped my grandpa regain strength to walk better, eat better, and lifted his spirits.
Thanks Danville Post-Acute Rehab for helping Tatay aka Al J.

Victoria.M