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Providing Service with Our Hearts and Hands, At the Heart of Caring

General Info
Keystone Rehabilitation and Health Center is a place to get better, a place for living. As a 120-bed skilled nursing center, and a proud member of the Consulate Health Care family, our culture creates a community where Consulate staff cares for patients and residents like family, not because it's their job, but because it's their calling. We are Ambassadors of Care.

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Fax: (407) 994-4184

Activities|Clinical Laboratories|Dental|Dietary|Housekeeping|Mental Health|Nursing Services|Occupational Therapy|Pharmacy|Physical Therapy|Physician|Podiatry|Social Work|Speech Pathology
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French, Spanish

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Keystone Rehab & Health Center

Physiotherapy Associates

Rehabilitation Services, Physical Therapists, Prosthetic Devices, Pain Management
Other Information

Parking: Lot, Free

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Services: Speech Pathology, Housekeeping, Podiatry, Occupational Therapy, Mental Health, Physician, Clinical Laboratories, Physical Therapy, Dental, Dietary, Nursing Services, Social Work, Activities, Pharmacy


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Narrah G.



I wish i could give this place zero stars. DO NOT SEND YOUR LOVE ONES HERE! My grandfather was admitted to Keystone with the knowledge that he was terminally ill with brain cancer. They gave him negligent care, and even yelled at my grandmother in front of a whole bunch of people about "what they were and were not going to do". After my grandfather passed away, my grandmother stopped in to have them fill out one sheet of paper for her nursing home insurance. The administrator very rudely told her that she was not going to waste time and money filling out the paperwork for my grandmother because neither she nor the nursing home was getting any money. From what I know, she is under obligation from the state of Ohio to fill out the paperwork, and it wasn't until she was threatened with the fact that my family would call the state of Ohio did she fill it out. (quite promptly after that I might add). My grandmother and family were and still are going through a hard time, and they made it a million times worse. Please, please, please, don't send anyone to this facility!!!!

Speak T.



This is the worst nursing homes ever. My grandmother was in this facility and the results from her being there was she contacted mursa/mrsa, received a stage 4 ulcer near her rectum, and feet & back sores. No offense to other cultures but, all of their CNA's, LPN's are Haitians and they don't give a dam on how they care for your love ones. Your love ones will definitely be mistreated by them! They will inject something into your love one and can't or won't explain what they have injected. This happen to my grandmother, and the results is now she has severe abdominal pain from the injections. This nursing home do not like to be questioned and panic when doing so. My grandmother is in a good facility now and is doing well. If you love your love one, do not put them in Keystone nursing home. You will regret it if you do! Beware!



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Very Pleased with treatment of my mother

My mother broke her hip and was admitted to Keystone for rehab. A week after her admission, my father was admitted to the hospital for emergency treatment due to kidney failure. Keystone arranged transportation to the hospital for my mother so that she could be with him during his final hours. This is not only commendable, it is beyond humanitarian. She has received excellent care and has been treated with dignity and comfort. I applaud this institution for it's consideration and caring during her time of need. She must now go home and face the trauma of being without her lifelong companion. I expect nothing but support and will not be dissappointed. From what I have seen by touring the facility, the staff is well appointed and very friendly. I especially thought the Valentine's festivities were in very good taste and uplifting to the residents. I don't understand negative reviews of this establishment. During my final hours of need I hope to have the pleasure of experiencing this fine facility. Paul S. Umstead.