Cody Regional Health Long Term Care Center
Park County Skilled Nursing Facility
To learn more about the Long Term Care Center, call us at 307-578-2434.
Cody Regional Health Long Term Care Center (LTCC) is a skilled nursing
facility fully licensed by the Wyoming Department of Health to provide
skilled, intermediate, rehabilitation, custodial, respite and hospice
care. Certified by Medicare and Medicaid.
This facility offers a full range of clinical services, including:
- physical, occupational, speech and respiratory therapy
- Laboratory testing
- Pharmacy services
These services are readily available through Cody Regional Health Hospital.
A team of registered and licensed nurses and nurse’s assistants
are on staff 35 hours a day. Many patients also receive visits from their
primary care provider.
Life at the Long Term Care Center
A wide variety of entertaining and stimulating activities is provided.
A small, lovely chapel provides several denominational and nondenominational
services each week. An on-site beauty shop is also available. We also
maintain a secured unit for residents with Alzheimer's disease and
other dementias where we can provide the attentive care they need in a
This beautiful, modern, smoke-free facility has a focus on patient-centered
care consistent with the Planetree philosophy. Compassionate care is provided
and individual dignity is promoted. We strive for a homelike environment
whenever possible, providing:
- Personalized, compassionate nursing care by committed health care professionals
- Access to the full array of Cody Regional Health clinical services
- A Cody Regional Health credentialed physician who sees the resident on
a regular basis
Family and loved ones are encouraged to visit whenever possible. Having
familiar faces a part of their everyday lives helps patients feel more
at home in the center.
Special Care Unit
The dementia Special Care Unit (SCU) is a 20-bed department for Alzheimer's
and other dementia patients. Some of the patients have special needs due
to loss of memory and need a smaller, quieter environment. Patient safety
is always a high priority, and this unit is secured to ensure the safety
of those who might have a tendency to wander or get lost.
Family members have a separate entrance so that they can conveniently visit
with loved ones at any time. Residents are also assisted in attending
activities and special functions outside of the SCU with their families
and with staff. Family members are an integral part of the special care
provided for these patients.
The staff truly enjoys working in this unit. We keep consistent staff members
in the unit so there are always familiar faces to the patients. The staff
has developed a scrapbook with information and history of each SCU patient.
This is part of validation therapy, which is designed to make patients
with dementia feel safer and more at home.
An application for residency is available from the LTCC office or by mail
if requested. All residents considering admission are required to have
a primary care physician with privileges at Cody Regional Health who agrees
to manage the resident's medical care during his or her stay at the LTCC.