Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Our commitment is providing the highest quality of care and level of safety for our residents. While exact ratios may vary depending on the level of care, St. Teresa Rehabilitation & Nursing Center delivers you the most responsive, safe and attentive support.

 

Your care team will vary depending on the program. Both short-term rehab and long-term care offer a team of physicians, nurses, rehabilitation therapists, dieticians, social workers, nursing assistants and other support staff. Independent living does not provide any direct health care or personal care services.

We accept many forms of payment options and insurance plans for our different levels of care. If you have Medicare coverage, you may qualify for the Medicare Skilled Nursing benefit. If you have commercial health insurance through an employer, you may also be eligible for skilled nursing services. Click here to learn more. We encourage you to verify coverage with your insurance provider prior to your stay.

Program costs vary based on the program and your individual needs. Cost is variable and treated on a case-by-case basis, but our team will work with you to best understand your own options and available payment sources. Click here to learn more.

Cost varies based on the specific program and your insurance coverage. Room/board, meals and all activities are generally included in the cost, with the exception of independent living. Click here to learn more or feel free to contact us.

St. Teresa Rehabilitation & Nursing Center is a tobacco-free community. Smoking and smokeless tobacco products are strictly prohibited on our property.

We want St. Teresa to feel like your home as much as possible. We want you to be as comfortable as possible within familiar surroundings. Residents may bring photos or décor items, your favorite quilt or blanket, furniture, electronics or personal care items.

You may bring personal valuables or sums of money, but we highly recommend you keep them in either the lockbox we provide or within a dedicated secure location within our facility. We also discourage the use of space heaters.

Any electrical equipment, such as electric blankets, fans or mini-refrigerators, need to be checked by the facility’s manager upon moving in. Medications from home are not allowed, but our nursing staff will provide more information to ensure you receive proper medication.

Your level of care at St. Teresa is based on a variety of factors, including your physical condition, mobility, level of independence, insurance coverage and own goals and expectations. While you can click here to learn more, we encourage you to reach out to us so we can discuss the best option to meet your personal needs.

St. Teresa Rehabilitation & Nursing Center offers a full range of services and amenities. Click here to learn more.

No – St. Teresa proudly serves individuals and families of all religions, beliefs, races and ethnicities. 

Yes, you are welcome to contact us and coordinate your stay prior to your arrival. Our staff will also work closely with hospital case managers, discharge planners and providers throughout the transition to make the process as easy on you as possible.

We always welcome – and encourage – visitors to St. Teresa Rehabilitation & Nursing Center. While we don’t have any formal visiting hours, we do ask you to be respectful and avoid nighttime and overnight hours, if possible. Our doors are locked after dark, but visitors can be buzzed in after that time.

St. Teresa is a pet-friendly community. We value the importance they can have for our residents. As long as they are up to date on shots, pets are welcomed. Dogs must be leashed or contained at all times. Please see administration for further guidelines.

St. Teresa Rehabilitation & Nursing Center upholds the highest standard of care for our residents, patients and families. All staff undergoes continuing education on a regular basis to stay up to date on regulatory standards and best practices in critical care.

St. Teresa has 51 resident beds. We pride ourselves on being a close-knit community, where you’ll receive the personal attention and support you require.

St. Teresa Rehabilitation & Nursing Center offers short-term skilled nursing rehabilitation, long-term care, palliative care, respite care and independent living programs. Click here to learn more about our various levels of care.

St. Teresa is conveniently located on Bridge Street in Manchester, just off I-93, and less than 30 minutes from Concord and Nashua. Our address is 519 Bridge Street, Manchester, NH 03104. Click here for directions.

We would love to take you on a personal tour of St. Teresa! Please click here or call us at 603-668-2373 to schedule a time to come in.

St. Teresa offers a wide range of social activities to keep our residents engaged, enriched and thriving. They include arts and crafts, movie nights, “Happy Hours,” seasonal-themed parties, (outdoor and indoor) gardening, pet therapy, music therapy, live entertainment, shopping trips and so much more.

St. Teresa offers 24-hour nursing care and support as part of our long-term care, skilled nursing rehabilitation, respite care and palliative care programs. Independent living does not include direct nursing services.

St. Teresa has an on-site chapel for residents, accessible any time of day. We also host daily Mass, as well as regular communion and rosary services.

Yes, we offer comfortable common and lounge areas to gather with family and friends, as well as private gathering spaces as needed. In the warmer months, our outdoor patio is perfect for spending precious time with loved ones.

St. Teresa does not house a locked dementia unit. However, we offer a Music & Memory program to connect residents to memories, people or events through the power of music. Click here to learn more.

St. Teresa offers a variety of flexible meal options, including three fresh meals a day prepared by our culinary director. Click here to learn more.

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