Thomson Health & Rehab is a 150-bed skilled nursing facility located in Thomson, Georgia. Our facility was built on family values and commitment to quality care. We believe in resident-centered care and the preservation of each resident's dignity, self-respect, and independence. Thomson Health & Rehab has deep roots in McDuffie County and makes it a priority to stay involved in the community in order to stay abreast of healthcare changes and inform the citizens of the services and amenities provided by our facility. We take pride in caring for loved ones in our community and are prepared to grow, change, and excel as we enter the future!
The traditional values of Thomson Health & Rehab are founded on more than 30 years experience in the healthcare field. Our facility encompasses everyone from active seniors needing short-term rehabilitation, to individuals needing 24 hour skilled nursing care, as well as, residents who suffer from Alzheimer's Disease or Dementia and may need specialized memory care. Continuity of care allows residents and family members to have peach of mind in knowing that the needs of their loved one can be met on many different levels. This along with our broad range of services creates a secure, accommodating, and loving environment for the residents and their loved ones.
Our Mission is to provide the highest quality of life for our residents by offering excellent healthcare services to meet the needs and desires of each individual.
In keeping with our Mission Statement, we pledge to:
Thomson Health and Rehab received the 2015 AHCA Bronze National Quality Award for commitment to quality care.
Thomson Health and Rehab received the 2019 AHCA Bronze National Quality Award for commitment to quality care.
Thomson Health and Rehab received the VOHRA Center of Excellence for Wound Certification Award. This national award recognizes facilities that have achieved excellence in would care management and outcomes.
It is the policy of this facility that no person, (ie. residents, employed personnel, and/or visitors), on the grounds of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, age, sex, or handicap be denied the benefits of or be subjected to discrimination under any admission programs, activities, financial assistance programs, training programs, or employment practices.