Discover the Springbrook Difference
At Home, In Your Neighborhood
Springbrook Rehabilitation and Nursing Center is unlike any rehabilitative care facility in Johnston County. While we still offer comprehensive rehabilitative and long-term care, the layout of our campus and many of the facility’s key features provide a unique opportunity for patients and residents to rehabilitate in familiar settings. Much of Springbrook was designed to imitate life beyond rehabilitation to help ease the transition from leaving and prepare residents for their return home and their normal lives.
Our facility is divided into four self-sustaining, self-contained wings that we describe as “neighborhoods.” Each neighborhood can act as its own community with easy access to many important amenities. We aim to make the experience less like the wing of a facility so that when you walk out your door, you’re in a neighborhood, not a simple hallway.
Neighborhoods include the following
- Dining room
- Kitchen, responsive to provide snacks and meals on demand
- Two common areas (one with a TV)
- Nurses stations in closed, secure offices
The Springbrook Advantage
- Professional and Certified Healthcare Professionals
- Real-World Rehabilitative Environments
- Self-Contained Community Neighborhoods
- Compassionate, Personalized Care Programs
- Adaptable Daily Schedule and Activities
- Adaptable Rehabilitation and Regular Plan Evaluation
- On-Site Physician Three Days a Week
It is our belief that the rehabilitation process is more effective when the environment is comfortable and supportive of each patient’s needs. Our facility is newly built to offer all of the accommodations and amenities of home to make a patient’s stay as comfortable as possible.
Amenities & Accommodations
- 100 beds in both private and semi-private rooms
- Four self-contained neighborhoods
- Television provided in each room
- Fully-equipped therapy gym and ADL kitchen
- Dayrooms and outdoor courtyards
- Barber & Beauty Shop services available weekly
- Monthly Resident’s Council meetings to plan activities and special events
- Weekly and monthly religious services from several area churches
- Transportation available to outside doctor’s appointments
- Housekeeping and personal laundry
Our goal is to prepare patients for return to their regular lives. We feel that this is best accomplished by brining their regular lives to the facility. We’ve designed Springbrook to imitate life outside the facility. We’ve included many key elements of home and normal life for many residents so they can adapt their rehabilitation and practice applicable skills necessary for their return home.
- Standard Gym Equipment
- A Full Practice Kitchen
- A Mock-Up Coffee Shop
- A Chapel with Pews
These environments are important for patients to gain the real-world experience they need to reenter their regular lives. It also creates better continuity of care from the hospital, through the rehabilitation process and to their final destination: Home.
We believe that stewardship shouldn’t only be extended to our patients; that’s why we are also active members in our community, enriching the lives of many both inside and outside the walls of our facility.
Springbrook in the Community
- Members of the Clayton County Chamber of Commerce
- Regular Members of the Strawberry Festival
- Regular Participation of Clayton Harvest Festival
We also like to bring the community into our facility to engage our patients and residents with meaningful community interaction. We’ve hosted the First Responders Appreciation Lunch as well as Breakfast with Santa and weekly pet visits with a volunteer pet therapist.
Other regular community activities includes bible trivia, crafts, puzzles, games, movie nights, cooking social, men’s socials, and dessert socials. All of these efforts are made to make sure life at Springbrook is as comfortable and welcoming as home.
We pride ourselves on being as accommodating as possible for our residents regardless of their mobility. We provide transportation services to and from doctor’s appointments for all of our residents. Wheelchair and stretcher transports are available for doctor’s appointments as well as planned activity outings. Non-emergency transports are provided by various transportation services. Emergency transports are provided by Johnston County Emergency Medical Services.