Palace Care and Rehabilitation

Palace Care and Rehab
309 Main Street
P.O. Box 150
Red Boiling Springs, TN 37150
(615) 699-2238 (Voice)
(615) 699-3530 (Fax)

 ~Combining the best of yesterday and today by preserving our heritage
while growing with the needs of our residents, patients and families. ~

   Palace Care and Rehab is a skilled nursing facility and rehabilitation center located on 13 beautiful acres in the heart of Red Boiling Springs, Tennessee. Built on the site of the historic Palace Hotel, its heritage of genuine southern hospitality continues to be preserved through time-honored traditions.

 The founders of Palace Care and Rehab were visionaries who seemed to know what people would need and want as they age.  The three large porches offer outdoor environments that are greatly used by residents and their visitors.  The front Porch overlooks The Palace Park and Salt Lick Creek.  It is not unusual to see visitors just dropping in as the front porch is so inviting.  Others may prefer the more secluded enclosed courtyard that is located on the south side.  This area is available for private picnics and gatherings.

   One of the most charming aspects of the building itself is the large lobby and dining room.  With its soaring windows, light floods the room, which is a favorite of those who gather to visit with guests, keep and eye on the baby birds in the aviary or just participate in a favorite, people-watching.

   The Palace is one of the few facilities in the state that offers many private rooms with a private bath, another forethought of the founders.  Private rooms are rare in today’s long term care facilities and Palace Care and Rehab is pleased to offer such accommodations.  The facility is a warm, inviting residence staffed with experienced and compassionate caregivers.  We encourage those who may be considering long term care or are in need of rehabilitation services to drop by or schedule a tour.

 For admitting information or to schedule a tour:

Mary Braswell
Admissions Director
Toll free: 1-800-295-7203
Office: 615-699-2239
Cell: 615-888-7216
FAX: 615-699-3847
admiss@thepalacehealthcare.com

 A licensed administrator manages all aspects of the facility.  The administrator of Palace Care and Rehab is degreed in healthcare management and has met all state, federal, and corporate requirements. Her family’s long history of involvement with healthcare along with her own personal commitment to the elderly has poised her to lead her team to success, as evidenced by continued excellent surveys by the Tennessee Department of Health and Customer Service Surveys.

Rita Crabtree, CEO
Toll-free: 1-800-295-7203
Office: 615-699-2238
admin@thepalacehealthcare.com

 

Physicians

The Palace is honored to have the following physicians who direct care and treatment:

MACON COUNTY DOCTORS

Dr. Hanna Ilia
Lisa Claiborne, FNP
204 W. Locust St.
Lafayette, TN 37083
615-666-6425
Also Westside Office

Dr. Stanley Chunn
Hwy. 52 Bypass West
Lafayette, TN 37083
 615-665-5600

Dr. Femi Odunusi
209 College Street
Lafayette, TN 37083
615-666-2056
Also Westmoreland Office 

Dr. Phillip Hunt
420 College St. Suite A
 Lafayette, TN 37083
 615-688-5383

Edna Woodard
Woodard Family Clinic
165 Dale Street
Red Boiling Springs, TN 37150
615-699-3169

 

SMITH COUNTY DOCTORS

Dr. Richard Rutherford
130 Lebanon Hwy.
Carthage, TN 37030
615-735-0700

Dr. Bowdoin Smith
9 Maggart Circle
Carthage, TN 37083
615-735-0202

 

MONROE COUNTY DOCTORS

Dr. Kimberly Eakle
P.O. Box 330
Gamaliel, KY 42140
270-457-3000

Dr. Anthony Carter
604 N. Main Street
Tomkinsville, KY 42167
270-487-9272

Dr. Michael Carter
P.O. Box 277
Tompkinsville, KY 42167
270-487-6161

 

CLAY COUNTY DOCTORS
Dr.Henry Horne
100 Old Jefferson Street
Gainesboro, TN 38562
931-243-3576

Other physicians may request to make rounds to continue the care of their patients by contacting the administrator.

 

REHABILITATION SERVICES

 Palace Care and Rehab Offers a full-service rehabilitation program six days a week.

Physical therapy is available for a broad range of conditions that require this service.  These may include treatment for a s short-term acute condition such as a hip fracture or decline in indepedence brought on by an illness such as pneumonia.  There are many other ailments that may require therapy.

 Occupational therapy is available for patients who are experiencing a decline in the ability to use or control the upper portion of their bodies.  A patient recovering from a stroke may require special attention to upper body strength for tasks such as wheelchair independence.  Occupational therapy is often ordered by the physician in conjunction with physical therapy and covers a broad range of conditions.

 Speech and swallowing therapy are an important aspect of the rehab program at The Palace.  An emphasis on speech may be required for a person recovering from a stroke, head injury or one of many other conditions resulting in difficulty speaking.  A speech therapist is also trained to identify and treat swallowing difficulties for decline in mental status that may affect a resident’s ability to eat.

 

RESTORATIVE NURSING SERVICES

 Restorative nursing services are available for residents who no longer meet the criteria for rehabilitation services.  This program is provided by a team of nursing employees who have been trained in care the prevents decline in function skills when a person has been discharged from a formal therapy program

 

 ADDITIONAL SERVICES

 Social Services
Group and Individual Activities
Podiatry
Vision Services
Dental Care
Hearing Clinic
Mental Health Programs
Discharge Planning
Pharmacy Review
On-site mobile x-ray
Home Assessments
Balanced Meals and Snacks
Housekeeping and Laundry
Transportation
Salon Service
Complimentary Cable
Complimentary Newspaper
Spiritual Support
Church Services
Secure Building with Alarms
Respite Care
Complex Medical Needs
Loving Angel Program
Stronger Longer Club

 

 


We are privileged to care for our Veterans and participate in many programs that honor the brave men and women of our Armed Forces.  The Palace is honored to share its Hall of Honor memorial with the public.

 

 

Free Blood Pressure Checks

Stop by Palace Care and Rehab anytime.  One of our nurses will be glad to check your blood pressure for you.  They'll even give you a card to keep track of it.  This is a free community service open to everyone.

 

 


Volunteers are important to our residents and patients.  Some prefer to assist with large group activities, some prefer to focus on individual needs.  There is always the need for more volunteers who bring their own individual talents and interests to the lives of our patients.  Pet therapy is one of the favorite volunteer activities on our full activities calendar that can be found posted within the facility.

 

 

 

 


We care for our families too!  We know that family involvement is key to the comfort of our patients and residents.  We plan several events each year with a focus on family involvement.  Our families enjoy participating in the many events offered, visiting quietly with their loved ones, or enjoying the beautiful outdoor spaces on the property.

 

 

 


Our Stronger Living Club is for residents who come to The Palace with a goal of a short-term rehabilitation program focused on getting them home safely in the shortest amount of time possible.  The Palace is pleased to offer several short-term rehab suites for patients who plan to return home soon.  This program includes:
Visits at hospital or home prior to admission.
Therapy as ordered by physician six days per week.
Post-admission meeting with full team.
Transportation for physician visits.
Interdisciplinary care plan meetings.
Home-safety evaluations prior to discharge.
Post-discharge programs include telephone and home visits.
Rehab reunions.
Home for the Holidays.
Stronger Longer graduation certificate.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


A sweet hug from a child is some of the world's best medicine!

 


Employees are required to update their training and education.  Some also choose to further their own education independently.  Education Fairs are a comprehensive focus on a variety of key care issues at The Palace -- a fun and interesting way to learn.  Community programs seek the opportunity to learn at The Palace.  Local nursing students learn their clinical skills at the facility.

 

 

 

For more information,
please visit our web site:
www.thepalacehealthcare.com