Lynn Care Center
About Lynn Care Center

Established in the late 1960s as a 40-bed unit of Warren Memorial Hospital and re-established for long-term care in the late 1970s, Lynn Care Center remains dedicated to providing quality care for patients who need post-hospital rehabilitation and skilled nursing care as well as for long-term residents.

The exterior of Lynn Care is designed to look like a private home, with accessible outdoor gardens and porches. Inside the building, we’ve used indoor plants, aviaries, aquariums and artwork to create peaceful and engaging living spaces. These elements add warmth, color and vitality and make living in Lynn Care more like living at home. Because we want to provide an enlivening environment, we have pets that live at Lynn Care including cats, birds and fish.

We offer skilled care for short-stay patients who need post-hospital skilled nursing or rehabilitation services including physical, occupational and speech therapy related to conditions such as stroke, arthritis, hip fracture, hip or knee replacement, cardiac disease, pulmonary disease, and diabetes.

We have a 26-bed memory support unit (Shenandoah Gardens) for residents with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia. The unit has a secure wander garden that allows those residents to go outside safely and remain within the facility grounds. Another part of the facility is Park Lane, an exclusive unit with six private rooms, each with its own private bath, including shower. This unit features an intimate dining room and private sitting area. A nurse is on duty in Park Lane 24 hours a day just to care for these six residents.

Lynn Care Center is surveyed by the state each year for long-term care certification for Medicare and Medicaid.

As a part of Warren Memorial Hospital, Lynn Care’s direct access to the hospital building has many advantages for the residents, including the ease of access to acute medical care for emergencies.

Care Partner Program
Lynn Care Center gives residents an opportunity to select a family member or friend to be a “Care Partner” to participate in the education, physical care, and emotional support of the resident. The Care Partner will be actively involved in the resident’s care by working closely with the nurses and other staff in a supportive and supervised environment. If you elect to have a Care Partner, that individual will receive an orientation and instruction as needed on routine care tasks. For more information about the Care Partner Program, ask any Lynn Care staff member.

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