Short Term Care Manchester-by-the-Sea, MA
Blueberry Hill Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center delivers a superior rehabilitation program, which includes special expertise in pulmonary care and complex wound care and management. The close proximity to Beverly Hospital makes Blueberry Hill a smooth transition to those in need of post-acute and surgical care. To ensure the best rehabilitation plan, our rehabilitation director and team work closely to evaluate and determine the right therapeutic techniques for the quickest and most successful outcome.
- Physical, Occupational & Speech Therapy – 7 days a week
- Expansive Rehab Gym with the latest rehab equipment
- Coordination of post-discharge care & services
We have specialized rehab expertise:
- Complex pulmonary & respiratory cases (trach patients, bipap, cpap)
- Complex wound care & management
Our dedicated leaders and medical team believe daily collaboration is the key to delivering superior care and successful outcomes. Our staff includes a dedicated on-site medical director, attending physician, respiratory therapist, devoted RNs, LPNs and geriatric specialist —all highly trained and affiliated with the top local and Boston area hospitals.
Blueberry Hill Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center maintains the goal to always provide highly personalized care doing whatever it takes to help residents of Manchester-by-the-Sea, MA get well, be well and stay well.
Contact us today at 978-927-2020 to discuss how affordable short term rehabilitation can be.
Manchester-by-the-Sea is a town on Cape Ann, in Essex County, Massachusetts, in the United States. At the 2010 census, the town population was 5,136. Manchester became “Manchester” in 1645, when the people of “Jeoffereyes Creeke” requested and were granted the village name. Before that, the area was part of the town of Salem, and before that belonged to the Algonquin Indians. The settlers acquired land by purchase or by “peaceful possession” until 1700, when a final payment was made to the grandson of Masconomo. At that time, the Native Americans relinquished all right, title, and interest in the land then comprising this township. The community thrived primarily as a fishing community for over 200 years. Its economy shifted to that of a Boston area summer colony starting in 1845, when Richard Dana, a Boston-based poet, built a house in the town.
Manchester by the Sea Resources:
Manchester Council on Aging – The mission of the council is to keep elders as integral members of the community and support them through community services, resources and intergenerational activities, all while improving their well-being and enjoyment of life.
Addison Gilbert Hospital – Addison Gilbert Hospital is a full service medical/surgical acute care facility. The hospital was founded in 1889 and to this day provides state-of-the-art inpatient and outpatient care to residents of the Cape Ann community.
Manchester by the Sea Police – The mission of the Manchester by the Sea Police Department is to provide the best service to our residents and community and to treat all citizens in an honest, open, and ethical manner.
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