Beaumont at Westborough Recognized for Quality of Resident Care
As your parent or spouse is aging, they may require more support to keep them comfortable and safe. That’s where Beaumont Rehabilitation and Skilled Nursing Center at Westborough can help. Come experience the difference compassionate care provided by dedicated professionals can make to you and your loved one; it’s not your typical nursing home.
You want what’s best for your senior. So do we. Beaumont skilled nursing provides:
Range of care – We offer rehabilitative, nursing and restorative care, social services, therapeutic recreation and specialized Alzheimer’s and dementia care. Our staff helps each Resident achieve their highest level of health, independence and social enjoyment in partnership with family and friends.
Quality of services – Your loved one deserves to feel at ease in their new surroundings and our warm, resident-centered setting truly is a “home within a home.” We foster Resident choice and personal empowerment.
A Family Commitment – Our organization was founded by compassionate nurses whose commitment to high-quality care has continued through three generations. We value and strive for frequent communication with your family as we work together.
Visit at any time and let us to assist you in the next chapter of care for someone important to you.
Accepted Insurances: Blue Care 65, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Fallon Community Health Plan, Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, Medicaid (MassHealth), Medicare, NaviCare, Summit Eldercare, Tufts Health Plan, US Family Health Plan, UniCare (GIC) and other plans for those living at Whitney Place Assisted Living Residences
With thirty years of experience in the industry and a passion for working with elders, I have offered Residents and their families support through SALMON’s continuum for over sixteen years. As a liaison and director of admissions, I am dedicated to helping others understand the breadth of services that SALMON has to offer. I genuinely enjoy engaging with Residents and Patients in our warm, welcoming community.
No, the only payors for long-term care would be Medicaid, private pay or a combination of private pay/long-term care insurance.
Do you take credit cards for payment of room and board when paying privately?
Currently, we do not accept that form of payment.
What is the ratio of nursing staff to patients?
It varies slightly by shift, but is posted in the main lobby for your review.
Will I have a co-pay for my stay a Beaumont?
Depending on your insurance, you may have a co-pay for your stay. It is best to check with your insurance company prior for that information.
Will Medicare pay for transportation costs to doctor's appointments outside of Beaumont?
No, Medicare or HMOs will not pay for transportation costs.
What rehabilitation services do you provide?
Beaumont provides Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy and Speech Language Therapy.
Are there visiting hours at Beaumont? Can my pet visit with me?
We do not restrict visiting hours. However, we recommend visiting 8AM – 8PM, as a courtesy to our Residents who retire early. Yes, your pet may visit, but they must be up-to-date with shots, come with a Rabies vaccine certificate (from their vet) and be kept on a leash.
Will my stay be covered by insurance?
Because coverage varies, the admissions coordinator will discuss the specifics of your insurance benefits to be sure you understand the charges before admission.
SALMON Health and Retirement’s senior living and healthcare options address older adults at different stages of their lives, from when they’re completely independent to meeting the needs they may require as they age. That results in a continuum of care.
Our range of services includes retirement communities for active adults, assisted living residences, specialized assisted living with memory care, rehabilitation and skilled nursing centers, home and hospice care.
The inspiration to deliver a healthier, richer life for those we serve runs three generations deep in our family and is something we believe our entire team strives for every day. That’s because founder Helen Salmon, a nurse who instilled compassion and responsibility, set our standard when she said we needed to serve others “just like family.”
Following Helen’s lead, people on the SALMON team have a habit of pitching in, working together to create the best experience for those we serve, and each other.
We have remained family owned and operated since our founding in 1952 by Helen and Daniel Salmon, Sr. When their son Danny, Jr., and his wife Dorothy took the reins in the 1960s, they began building and expanding the scope of services. Today, third-generation family members Matt and Andrew Salmon are actively involved in the daily operations of the organization’s campuses.
Throughout the years, the Salmons have brought an unwavering commitment to excellence and a genuine concern and respect for each individual.