Individuals recuperating from surgery or illness regain their independence and functionality at Platinum Ridge.
Every patient’s singular needs are addressed in a well-coordinated personal plan of care. Our multidisciplinary team works together to optimize each individual’s overall health, using progressive technology and strong fundamental rehabilitation techniques.
At the same time, subacute patients enjoy our intimate, home-like atmosphere and the convenience of amenities such as complimentary WiFi, cable and on-site beauty care.
To assure the best possible outcomes, patients benefit from:
- Physical, Occupational & Speech Therapy delivered 7 days a week, as needed
- Rehabilitation Gym Well Stocked with Cutting-Edge Equipment
- Highly Trained Rehabiltation Personnel
- Accelerated Care Plus
- Comprehensive Discharge Planning & Post-Discharge Follow-up
Our Specialized Rehab Expertise encompasses:
- Total Hip and Knee Replacements
- Status Post Fractures
- Stroke Recovery
- Neuromuscular Disorders
Our goal-oriented approach is to get you back home to New Kensington, PA leading the life you love, as quickly as possible.
Call 724-224-9200 to schedule a tour or request more information today!
“Would come here first before anywhere else. Great care, food, fun activities, and wonderful housekeeping… came back for the great therapy.” – Mary Ann F., 2nd time resident
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New Kensington, known locally as New Ken, is a city in Westmoreland County in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania, situated along the Allegheny River 18 miles northeast of Pittsburgh. The population was 13,116 at the 2010 Census. Like much of Westmoreland County and surrounding areas, the region was a hunting ground for Native Americans of the Six Nations European-American settlement began in the mid-1700s. Continental army troops built Fort Crawford, near the mouth of Pucketa Creek, in 1777. The fort was abandoned in 1793.
Resources for Seniors and their Families:
- Westmoreland County Area Agency on Aging
- Older Person’s Guide to Joint Replacement
- Driving Tips for the Elderly
- Heart Attack Recovery FAQs