Danville Post-Acute Rehab is a skilled nursing facility in Danville, California. We provide 24-hour skilled care and rehabilitation services in a comfortable and friendly environment.
Danville Post-Acute Rehab has received a 5-star rating in the survey section of the 5-star report and CMS (Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services) has determined that they are in the top 10% of this state in their survey results for the last 3 years.
At Danville Post-Acute Rehab, caring is our main concern. We believe the most effective way to provide compassionate care is to maintain high medical integrity, build a team spirit among staff and provide friendly, beautiful surroundings for our patients and their visitors. Although most transitions are not easy, we strive to facilitate that process with an environment where our patients and guests feel informed and comfortable.
Thanks for getting me back in one piece with great care and great rehab! You are all a great team! Thanks so much.
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.
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.
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!!!
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!
I am writing a review of the Danville Post-Acute Rehab and Nursing home, where my mom is currently living. I heard that they had received a negative review due to the updating/construction of the facility so I decided to write my own review.Let me say that parking can be an issue, but I understand the limited space and sometimes I have to park and walk.Second of all, construction can be a hassle, but the facility is overdue for a makeup and they are doing a GREAT job. Even the Director is outside painting doors and helping with the landscaping himself! It may be dusty and inconvenient, but the staff is AWESOME, always making me feel welcome and taking GREAT care of my 92 year old mom. That is what is IMPORTANT to me – her health and welfare. Most of the staff know me by name, care about the patients, and do the best job they can.Although some staff comes and goes, there are several staff members that have been here a VERY long time, which tells me something about the commitment to the patients.
Thanks for all you do staff, keep it up!
My 87 year old father has been at Danville Post-Acute Rehab center twice and I have to say he has been receiving excellent care. He has friendly, caring nurses and attendants and the whole facility is clean and spacious. We are kept up-to-date with his condition & the least concern is addressed immediately. I have been pleased with the pride the people working at this facility have. The management, nursing assistants and nurses are all very kind, nice and extremely understanding and accommodating. Doctors are dedicated to help each patient.There is a feeling that the patient here is valued as a person and not just a file. I definitely recommend this place. Thanks to everyone.
My mother was admitted here for about 4 weeks, truly a great staff and caring people. The therapy is the best! She said the food was great! The administrator was extremely helpful with any of my questions and was always very responsive. The Director of Social Services is just an amazing woman! She did everything we needed. Overall, just a very clean place and all are very kind people.
I would like to express my appreciation for all the support, patience, and kindness I received during my stay at Danville Post-Acute Rehab. The professionalism and skill at your facility went above and beyond all of my expectations. I had the best physical therapist that I could have asked for. On top of her obvious skill, she was encouraging, fun, and sensitive during our times together. It is difficult spending time away from your home and family; however, by the time I left I actually felt a part of “your family”. Thank you!
The physical therapy here was excellent and the nurses and therapist professionalism and care was superb! Thank you for the speedy recovery to get me back home. I couldn’t have asked for anything better!
I have been the medical director for the past eight years. This facility has evolved into a top notch nursing and rehabilitation facility in the bay area. My patients love the quality and compassionate care at Danville Post Acute Rehabilitation.
Thank you for getting me back in one piece with great care and great rehab. You are all a great team! Thanks so much.
Thank you for saving my Grandma’s life. Thank you for the miracle of life. Bringing her heart rate down from 140 to 70, beats per minute, saved her life. Providing John M. Acute Care, Danville Rehab Therapy, Case Management, Atria Montego Heights, and Karo Mina Care Home, gives back her quality of life. I give back by giving miracle of life to my patients. Thank you.
The care and attention my mother received was beyond what your staff was required to give a patient. On two separate occasions when we came to visit my mother, there was one of your employees holding my mother’s hand and comforting her. My family and I were so impressed.
Other positive qualities we observed in your staff include timely information provided to us by your administrative staff, excellent care provided by the nurses, therapists and all of the support folks, and the level of cleanliness of the facility.
The Good of Danville Post-Acute Rehab
I asked several employees what they thought made Danville Post-Acute Rehab “Good” and Starting with the policy, basically the policy I to be family oriented. In other words not to treat people as customers but as a family.
The various workers had slightly different positive views about why the place is good. One said, the therapy is the best, another, always the people to be treated as I would want my parents to be treated. Basically the “Golden Role”.
The people I work with are great. And the last one I talked to said, “Good rehab very positive and caring people.” One patient who happened to be my wife said, Everyone who helped or treated me was very attentive”.
Danville Post-Acute Rehab Patients Husband
On Friday April 13th, Danville Post-Acute Rehab welcomed Assemblywoman Catharine Baker to our facility in Danville. Residents and staff were happy to have her join us for a waffle breakfast, as she graciously answered many questions, and spoke on the issues that she is currently working on.