Short Term Care Swampscott, MA
Blueberry Hill Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center offers an excellent rehabilitation program that incorporates special expertise in pulmonary care, complex wound care and pain management. The close proximity of Blueberry Hill to Beverly Hospital makes it a smooth transition for 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 regimen 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 premier 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 top local and Boston area hospitals.
It’s our mission at Blueberry Hill Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center to always provide highly personalized care doing whatever it takes to help residents of Swampscott, MA get well, be well and stay well.
Contact us today at 978-927-2020 to discuss how affordable short term rehabilitation can be.
Swampscott is a town in Essex County, Massachusetts, United States located 15 miles up the coast from Boston in an area known as the North Shore. The population was 13,787 as of 2010. Swampscott was first settled in 1629 as the eastern part (Ward One) of Lynn, and was set off and officially incorporated in 1852. A beach town north of Boston, measuring 3 square miles, and abutting Salem, Marblehead and Lynn, Swampscott was an important destination for the wealthy at the beginning of the 20th century. While Revere Beach, which lies just several miles down the road, has the honor of technically being America’s first public beach, Swampscott was the de facto first resort town. Lynn was the divider between the poor beach and the rich resort town. The name “Swampscott” comes from the language of a local native American tribe. The following is verbatim from the official Swampscott web page: “History of Swampscott.”
Swampscott Public Library – The library supplies general information on a broad range of subjects. It answers questions on a broad array of topics related to work, school, and personal life. The library maintains a significant collection of historical data, especially that which is pertinent to the town of Swampscott.
Swampscott Rotary Club – The Rotary Foundation uses generous donations to fund projects by Rotarians and our partners in communities around the world. All of the Foundation’s funding comes from voluntary contributions made by Rotarians and friends who share the vision of a better world.
Swampscott Farmers’ Market – The Swampscott Farmers’ Market provides a venue where local farmers, producers, crafters and artisans can come together to provide a variety of fresh local produce and related products directly to the community.
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