Short-term Rehab

Our Best Shot for the Future: COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics at the Witherell

Caregivers | 0 comments | by Harrison Edwards

In early January, the Nathaniel Witherell began vaccinating our residents and staff against COVID-19. As of today, many at our facility have been fully vaccinated and our clinics will continue providing vaccinations this month. In the words of our medical director, Dr. Frank Walsh, “It’s important for us all to do everything we can to…

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The Witherell Meets the Needs of an Aging Greenwich

About Us | 0 comments | by Harrison Edwards

There’s much to love about the Town of Greenwich. In fact, Greenwich is so beloved that now more than ever, Greenwich’s senior population is opting to age right here in town, gracefully. It might surprise some to know that 18% of Greenwich’s citizens are 65 or older.  In fact, we are home to more seniors…

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In December, Our Halls Were Decked With Holiday Cheer!

Culture | 0 comments | by Harrison Edwards

The Witherell is known as a bright and bustling place during the holidays, and this year was no exception. Although we missed having family on hand for gift exchanging and special events, we still had lots of festive fun while also knowing we were staying safe and healthy.  Once again, our therapeutic recreation department, helmed…

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Returning Home After Surgery: What Caregivers Should Know

Cardiac Rehab | 0 comments | by Harrison Edwards

When patients are hospitalized after an illness or surgery, they’re often discharged to the Witherell for “step-down” care to continue their recovery. Once patients are well enough to return home, our team creates a discharge plan to ensure that they are well cared for after the Witherell. This may include a referral for home care,…

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Nathaniel Witherell Offers Excellent Post-Hospitalization Acute Care

Cardiac Rehab | 0 comments | by Harrison Edwards

When patients are hospitalized, the goal of the hospital staff is to facilitate a full and complete recovery. But, sending a patient home too soon could result in re-hospitalization. Extending a patient’s hospital stay to ensure full recovery is costly and can put patients at risk for hospital acquired infections. The Nathaniel Witherell’s short term…

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