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Laurels of Middletown
For individuals who are in need of long-term care and short-term sub-acute rehabilitative services, we offer high quality care in a state-of-the-art facility with modern-living amenities and hospitality.
Located near Atrium Medical Center, our 109-bed facility is in the heart of Middletown.
We’re All About You, and we’re here to provide personalized care from highly qualified, professional and compassionate staff with focused attention and innovative best practices.
We're All About Making You Feel At Home.
We believe that from the moment you walk in to the facility, we have a responsibility to offer you the best. Be it services or experts, we endeavor to make you smile with satisfaction.
- Professional care that feels personal
- Pristine home like living environments
- Healthy meals that actually taste great
- Compassionate caregivers
We're All About Offering The Best Career Opportunities!
We’re all about making Ciena the best place to work in the healthcare industry. We offer unrivaled benefits that provide for employees' physical and emotional needs. We always strive to create an environment of respect, compassion, and belonging for everyone. If you are committed to providing the highest level of care and services to our guests and community, your next opportunity is just a click away.
- Health & Wellness
- Worklife Balance
- Career Advancement
- Educational Opportunities
- Employee Perks
- Additional Benefits
Testimonials and Google Reviews
It's All About What Our Guests & Employees Think About Us
My cousin was recently a patient there, Tori and the rest of the team showed him nothing but compassion and care the entire time he was there. Thank you!
Great staff that really cares about the well-being of the residents!
The Laurels of Middletown is a great facility. They provide a comfortable work and living environment and the staff prioritizes patient care.
The stay here was very relaxing the nurses were awesome and very nice. Human services was awesome, caring and helpful on my next step from here and found me a place to go to help me get back on my feet. They stayed involved in my Well-being the whole stay. Love the staff very caring, very devoted to... Read More
A lot of great, caring people work at this location. I’ve had the pleasure of helping to serve for a little over 6 months.
I worked at the Laurels of Middletown for several years, and anytime my family members needed rehab I always recommend for them to come here. Which they did choose and the rehab department and them up and moving in no time.
I would like to take a minute just to say that when I first found out I had to go to a nursing home at my age for any kind of help I was really really against it and standoffish to the idea it my experience at the Laurels of Middletown has truly changed my out look at nursing homes entirely. They ab... Read More
– Justin De
Easy admission process, and friendly staff!
Was here for 4 weeks to me it was a long time but I know I needed to get better for me. And now I only have 4 days left. Dan was cool people he always helped out with pop and chips and most important of all if you smoke he always had the vape pens lol… so if you want to come to this nursing home... Read More
Well, everyone is good. I like the nurses, they are sweet. The unit is really cool. My stay has been great. I like everyone.
Therapy team is helping me a great deal. The medications I need are always on time. The nurses and doctors are great. I really like the Nurse Practitioner. I am very happy.
Laurels of Middletown offers a full spectrum of post-hospital services, from a short-term rehabilitation stay to long-term nursing care.
Nursing & Rehabilitation
- Cardiac Rehabilitation
- COVID-19 Care
- Dementia or Cognitive Deficit Management
- Hospice Care
- IV Therapy
- Memory Care
- Neuro Rehabilitation
- Outpatient Therapy
- Palliative Care
- Parkinson's Disease Program
- Physical Therapy
- Respiratory Management
- Respite Care
- Restorative Nursing - ADL Care
- Speech Therapy / Speech Language Pathology
- Wound Management
- Licensed Administrator
- Director of Nursing
- Director, Admissions and Marketing
- Physician Medical Director
- Registered Nurses and Licensed Practical Nurses
- Certified Nursing Assistants
- Rehabilitation Coordinator
- Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapists
- Dietary Manager
- Therapeutic Recreation Director
- Wound Care Team
- Licensed Social Worker
- Registered Dietitian
- Dental, Vision and Podiatry Services
- Outside Patio
- Beauty and Barber Shop
- Private Dining
- Private and Semi-private Rehab Suites
- Rehab Gym
- Wheelchair Accessible Bus
- Wi-Fi Internet Access
Skilled nursing facilities (SNFs) like Ciena Healthcare provide crucial services for our most vulnerable population: the frail and elderly. Today’s SNFs have significantly evolved over time to provide both long-term comprehensive care and short-term rehabilitation services. However, in comparison to other medical settings, especially hospitals, SNFs are often overlooked for important resources and funding.
As health care evolves, skilled nursing facilities are increasingly providing care previously delivered in hospitals. Nationwide, the 65 and older population will double over the next 20 years. By 2040, it could triple. As our population ages, SNFs are becoming increasingly vital to the care and wellbeing of our seniors.
SNFs need advocates and allies to actively engage with their representatives and speak up about important issues facing our industry. This page is designed to share ways you can help support SNFs and the vital services they provide for our elders.
Contact Your Elected Officials and Voice Your Support for SNFs!
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American Health Care Association Action Center
The American Health Care Association and National Center for Assisted Living (AHCA/NCAL) represents the collective interests of more than 14,000 non-profit and proprietary skilled nursing centers, assisted living communities, sub-acute centers, and homes for individuals with intellectual and development disabilities.
Click here to support the pressing issues AHCA is pursuing with the federal government.