Frequently Asked Questions

Everyone has questions; see if yours are answered here.

Q: What rehabilitation services do you provide?

A: Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech Language Therapy

Q: Do you have a physician on staff?

A: We do not employ physicians. However, we have an agreement with a group of licensed physicians, nurse practitioners and physician assistants who provide care at Beaumont and are available on call at any time necessary.

Q: Are there visiting hours at Beaumont?

A: No, we do not have restrictive visiting hours. However, we recommend visiting 8AM – 8PM, as a courtesy to our Residents who retire early.

Q: Will my stay be covered by insurance?

A: Because coverage varies, the admissions coordinator will discuss the specifics of your insurance benefits to be sure you understand the charges before admission. Click here to see our complete list of accepted insurances.

Q: Can family or friends take Residents out of the building?  

A: After certification from a physician, long-term care Residents are welcome to take day trips with family members and friends. Short-term Residents may only leave for scheduled appointments.

Q: Do your activities extend into the early evening (after dinner) hours?

A: Yes. Our recreation department is flexible, and, as a result, early evening programs have been established.

Q: Is Medicaid accepted?

A: Yes, Medicaid is accepted.

Q: What is the Joint Commission?

A: The Joint Commission is an independent, non-profit organization that is the world leader in evaluating the quality and safety of care delivered to over 15,000 healthcare organizations across the country. To earn and maintain Joint Commission accreditation, a home care organization must undergo an extensive, on-site evaluation of the organization’s performance in areas that affect patient care. Since its standards are regarded as the most rigorous in the healthcare industry, home care organizations who choose to be evaluated by the Joint Commission are committed to providing the highest level of quality care to their patients. The Joint Commission’s “Gold Seal of Approval” indicates that Beaumont Rehabilitation and Skilled Nursing Center at Northborough has demonstrated compliance to the most stringent standards of performance.