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Regency at Whitmore Lake
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 just off of US-23, our 125-bed facility has been serving the communities of Livingston county for years, and is the perfect place for you or your loved one.
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
Very happy with his care. Staff seem very caring. People listen and are responsive.
We first had dad in a posh, expensive memory care facility where they spent down all assets. He received three meals a day and his meds. Nothing more. The family was forced to place him into a nursing home only after learning from an elder law attorney what was necessary to qualify for Medicaid. Whi... Read More
My grandma is there and there are staff there that care. Not all the staff, but I feel the majority of them care about her wellbeing and try. There has been a few issues, but all were resolved with communication. She's not living her best life, but she is living a great life and has made friends the... Read More
I’ve noticed his room isn’t always cleaned on the weekends. Seems that water is not given with his meal even though tray ticket says so. Otherwise, everyone is doing a great job!! The nurses, aides and staff are caring and seem to always go the extra mile when needed. I recommend this place.
I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident The staff at Regency at Whitmore Lake has been responsive. My brother approaches it from opposite ends where we're about the same distance away, about 20-25 minutes, so we get there fairly often. We're pretty active with the staff and they seem ge... Read More
We are very happy with the care and love they give our loved one
Admissions Director was very helpful. Thank You.
I want to thank the staff of Regency-Whitmore Lake for their kindness and support given to my mother during her several year stay at Regency,. She was challenging at times but the staff was always there to care for her and her needs. Regency was always very clean, patients are cared for with nursing... Read More
Thank you ALL who cared for my mother during her PT and convalescence there. She loved her nurses and aides, and the kindness they showed her. Also, I want to thank Cat for her help getting my mother transferred there and your professionalism in all you did for us! We appreciate all of you! Thank yo... Read More
I am a friend or relative of a current/past resident I was a little hesitant to put my husband here because the building is pretty old but after taking a tour and seeing the renovations that have been done, I realized that it truly is a nice facility. All the staff were wonderful, the residents were... Read More
I visited this facility My dad went to the Regency of Whitmore Lake last year as skilled nursing, private pay. This place was one of the old-fashioned nursing homes. All the rooms were very small, double rooms where you got a bed and a locker. You didn’t even get a chair. If you wanted a chair, yo... Read More
We like the proactive care from nursing and Dr. Smith. Communication outstanding from the nursing staff when ever ther is a change in condition of the resident. They continue to work with the resident to get their participation in several activities. We would recommend this facility to others.
Regency at Whitmore Lake offers a full spectrum of post-hospital services, from a short-term rehabilitation stay to long-term nursing care.
Nursing & Rehabilitation
- Bariatric Care
- Case Management, Discharge Planning, and Social Work
- Dementia or Cognitive Deficit Management
- Hospice Care
- Long-Term Care
- Memory Care
- Occupational Therapy
- Physical Therapy
- Psychiatry/Psychology Services
- Sepsis Program
- Short-Term Nursing & Rehabilitation
- Substance Abuse Management
- Total Parenteral Nutrition (TPN)
- Tracheostomy Care
- Wound Care Management
- Licensed Administrator
- Director of Nursing
- Director, Admissions and Marketing
- Physician Medical Director (on call 24/7)
- Registered Nurses, Licensed Practical Nurses and Certified Nursing Assistants
- Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapists
- Wound care team
- Dietary Manager
- Registered Dietitian
- Licensed Social Worker
- Therapeutic Recreation Director
- Dental, Vision and Podiatry Services
- We have secured Dementia units
- Private and semi private rooms
- Nutritionally balanced meals
- Social dining areas
- Buffet dining
- Unlimited visiting hours
- Private lounge for family gatherings
- Beautician/Barber Shop
- Religious/non-denominational services
- Transportation to nearby appointments
- Outside activities including Tiger games, casino trips, shopping and movies
- Visiting pets are welcome
- Fish aquarium
- Beautiful, enclosed outdoor courtyard
Please contact your insurance representative and the Ciena Center if you do not see your insurance plan. The participation in an insurance plan does not guarantee payment for services provided. Please contact your insurance representative and our staff to verify coverage.
- BCBSM/Advantage PPO
- Blue Care Network/Advantage
- Blue Cross Complete (Formerly BlueCaid)
- Coventry Cares Of Michigan (Aetna Better Health)
- Harbor Health Plan (Procare)
- HealthPlus Of MI
- McLaren Health Plan
- MI Complete Health (Fidelis)
- Priority Health
- Total Healthcare
- United Healthcare
- United Healthcare Community Plan (Great Lakes)
- Zing Health
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