Skilled Nursing Facility in Greenville, South Carolina

Outstanding care delivered with compassion.

Do you or does someone you love need help recovering from an injury, illness, surgery, stroke, or other medical issue? Our skilled nursing facility in Greenville, South Carolina, provides experienced, nurturing short-term and long-term care.

It’s the kind of care that offers a strong shoulder to lean on and encouragement when you need it most. With our high staff-to-resident ratio, you enjoy personalized, attentive care each and every day.

U.S. News & World Report recognized us as among the nation’s best. We recently received certification as a Vohra Wound Physicians Center of Excellence in Wound Management

In addition, Rolling Green Village is partnered with Prisma Health to provide exceptional care, including access to a hospitalist-trained practitioner and physician on-site.

See for yourself what sets us apart. Check out our skilled nursing visit checklist or schedule a visit.

Skilled Nursing Services:

  • Around-the-clock skilled nursing provided by licensed nurses and tailored to your needs
  • Personalized care plans are coordinated with your doctors and therapists and designed to help speed recovery
  • Medication administered and monitored by a licensed nurse
  • Medical director available 24/7
  • High staff-to-resident ratio
  • Weekly flat linen and personal laundry service
  • Daily housekeeping with weekly deep cleaning
  • Emergency alert system in each room
  • Pastoral care
  • 24/7 security

 

Amenities:

  • Spacious private bedrooms
  • Three delicious meals cooked to order daily, and snacks always available
  • Special diet when prescribed by physicians
  • All utilities covered (except telephone)
  • Basic cable TV
  • Wellness and Fitness Center with indoor heated saltwater pool
  • Individually designed activities and social events
  • Variety of individualized activities and social opportunities
  • Comfortable common spaces to spend time with family, friends and neighbors
  • Outdoor patio for fresh air and sunshine
“I like that I can be active and still feel safe. Love the indoor heated pool, walking trails, and tai chi class.” — Rolling Green Village resident

Frequently Asked Questions

Skilled nursing is for those who need around-the-clock care delivered by licensed professionals, including RNs, LPNs and CNAs.

The need for constant medical supervision and monitoring during recovery from a heart attack, illness, injury, stroke, surgery, or other medical issue.

Yes, all rooms are private. Residents and their families are welcome to bring in furnishings and decorations that are beloved and familiar to the resident.

There are no set visiting hours at our Health Center neighborhoods. Friends and family are welcome anytime.

While these terms may seem the same, they’re not. “Skilled nursing” is a higher level of care, while “nursing home” is a place.

Provided by licensed nurses, skilled nursing helps patients recover after a stroke, illness, injury or surgery. Doctors may also prescribe skilled nursing to treat and stabilize conditions related to your heart, lungs and kidneys, or for other medical issues. Usually a short-term option, skilled nursing includes a variety of treatments and therapy options.

A nursing home refers to a long-term residential option for people who can no longer live safely in their homes. Staff members provide assistance with activities of daily living, including meals, bathing, getting dressed, and moving in and out of a wheelchair.

For more information, check out this story on Skilled Nursing Facility vs. Nursing Home – What’s the Difference?

While these terms may seem the same, they’re not. “Skilled nursing” is a higher level of care, while “nursing home” is a place.
Provided by licensed nurses, skilled nursing helps patients recover after a stroke, illness, injury or surgery. Doctors may also prescribe skilled nursing to treat and stabilize conditions related to your heart, lungs and kidneys, or for other medical issues. Usually a short-term option, skilled nursing includes a variety of treatments and therapy options.

A nursing home refers to a long-term residential option for people who can no longer live safely in their homes. Staff members provide assistance with activities of daily living, including meals, bathing, getting dressed, and moving in and out of a wheelchair.

For more information, check out this story on Skilled Nursing Facility vs. Nursing Home – What’s the Difference?