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Your health is our priority at The Knolls Healthcare Pavilion

The Healthcare Pavilion is a skilled nursing community in Oxford, Ohio. Skilled nursing care is ideal for those who require significant assistance with activities of daily living, individuals with chronic illnesses, injuries, or for those who need 24-hour supervised and medical care.

Located within The Knolls of Oxford campus, residents of the Healthcare Pavilion enjoy an environment in which they can maintain their dignity and pride no matter what level of skilled care they may require. Your health and well-being is our team’s priority and upon admission, an individualized care plan will be curated to meet your specific needs.

The Knolls of Oxford Healthcare Pavilion accepts admissions 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
For more information, please contact our Admissions Coordinator at 513-524-7987.

Skilled Nursing Care Includes:

  • Private room accommodations
  • 24/7 presence of nursing staff
  • Emergency response system
  • Long- and short-term levels of care
  • Individualized memory support
  • Medication management and administration
  • Incontinence care
  • Meal set up and special diet accommodations
  • Assistance with dressing, grooming, and personal hygiene
  • Ongoing health monitoring and nursing assessments
bedroom with bed and chair

Life Enriching Amenities provided:

  • Restorative programming
  • Wheelchair escort throughout the building
  • Educational, social, and cultural events
  • Personalized activities based on cognitive abilities
  • Gathering rooms for families and friends
  • On-site hair salon
  • All utilities including maintenance and housekeeping
  • Internet and cable

Your trusted rehabilitation team on the road to recovery

The Knolls Healthcare Pavilion features a rehabilitation team in partnership with Concept Rehab that consists of physicians, therapists, dietitians, and social workers. Our rehabilitation team is committed to improving the lives of each patient whether you are recovering from a stroke, joint replacement, or experiencing neurological issues.

Meet Your Rehabilitative Goals

Whether you require rehabilitative services due to a fall, physical condition, or are recovering from surgery, therapy at The Knolls of Oxford will provide the quality of care needed to get you on the road to recovery.

Our highly trained team of therapy professionals will evaluate each resident and create a personalized program with these goals in mind:

  • Improve quality of life
  • Restore function
  • Reduce pain
  • Prevent further injury

Outpatient therapy at The Knolls of Oxford is typically covered by most major insurance plans, as well as Medicare Part B. A referral from the patient’s physician is required in order to receive services.

Provided Rehabilitative Services:

Rehabilitation services are available for neurological, cardiovascular, pulmonary, orthopedic, balance, and non-pharmaceutical pain control.

Physical therapy is a hands-on approach to improving overall function and mobility.

The goal of occupational therapy is to improve the patient’s activities of daily living such as: self-care, bathing, dressing, grooming, eating, meal preparation, using the bathroom, and home management.

The goal of speech therapy is to improve the patient’s neurologically impaired abilities with communicating, memory, and understanding. In addition, Speech Therapy can treat swallowing and chewing difficulties.

The Knolls of Oxford Skilled Nursing Q&A

  • Assistance with bathing, dressing, and grooming
  • Regular intervention and oversight by physicians, licensed nurses, and certified nurse assistants
  • Medication administration
  • Continence management
  • Housekeeping
  • Health monitoring, reassurance checks
  • Memory support assistance in private suites
  • Wellness and fitness programs
  • Physical, speech, and occupational therapy as needed
Three meals per day are provided in skilled nursing. Your meals are served at specific times on each unit. Please check at the nurse’s station for your mealtime. According to your physician’s order, all meals are prepared under the supervision of a registered dietitian. Residents or family members may fill out selective menus two weeks in advance. Family members or responsible parties should check with the nurse or dietitian before bringing any food into the facility to ensure it is appropriate and follows your prescribed diet plan. Our dietary team strives to plan palatable, attractive menus and meet the individual’s nutritional needs. The dietary staff is available to discuss any concerns regarding the resident’s diet.

Skilled nursing is under the medical direction of Dr. Salman Ahmad.

  • Director of Nursing, Lisa Lamb
  • Executive Director, Laura Lacy, LNHA
9:1 The Knolls of Oxford maintains staffing levels well above state requirements.
The readmission rate is approximately 12% which is below state and national averages.
Payment is subject to the patient’s insurance coverage. Payment is handled on an individual basis by our billing department.
Multiple activities are available daily for the residents. We try very hard to ensure our activities are suited to the resident’s likes and abilities. These include but are not limited to card games, bingo, music, art projects, physical activity/wellness, and cinema time.
The beauty shop is open several days a week and offers various beauty and grooming services. Beauty shop charges will be billed to you on your next month’s statement. You will receive a list of prices for services upon admission.
Rooms in skilled nursing are furnished with a bed, dresser, nightstand, one chair, and a bedside table. If you reside in our rehabilitation unit, television and telephone are provided. You should not bring any personal furniture into a room without the permission of the director of environmental services to ensure that fire and sanitary codes and safety are maintained. You may bring personal items such as family pictures, desk lamps, clocks, calendars, radios, television, etc., to create more of a home-like atmosphere. The care and maintenance of any items brought into the facility are the responsibility of the resident or representative. These items must be in good repair and not constitute a safety or infection hazard.