The dedicated Ventilator Care Unit at Forbes Center for Rehabilitation and Healthcare, staffed 24/7 by Licensed Respiratory Therapists, enhances the quality of life of the pulmonary-comprised patient. The team of Pulmonary Specialists, Licensed Respiratory Therapists and Rehabilitation Experts deliver all-encompassing ventilator and tracheostomy care as they teach patients to breath on their own once again.
SPECIALIZED CARE INCLUDES:
- Ventilator Weaning & Management
- 24/7 Respiratory Therapists on Staff
- Tracheostomy Care
- Cardiopulmonary Safety
- Bronchial Hygiene
- Oxygen Therapy & Monitoring
- Specialized Rehabilitation Regimens
- CPAP & BiPAP Machines
- Piped-in Oxygen
- Nebulizer & Aerosol Treatments
- Patient/Family Respiratory Education
The Department at Forbes Center for Rehabilitation and Healthcare has been the recipient of the Quality Respiratory Care Recognition award from the American Association for Respiratory Care for the past several years. This award demonstrates the compliance of the Department to a set of National Care Standards established by the American Association for Respiratory Care for the care delivered in a Skilled Nursing Facility. The facility also serves as a clinical site for the Indiana University of Pennsylvania / West Penn Hospital Respiratory Therapist Program.
Throughout this rigorous and demanding process, residents of Sharpsburg Borough, PA receive an unparalleled level of support.
Contact us today at 412-665-3232 to discuss how affordable ventilator care can be.
“I am very happy to be at Forbes. The staff is caring and compassionate. Recently, my Doctor told me I needed to gain some weight. With the individualized plan of the dietary director, I have gained ten pounds in the last two months.” — D. Hausenberger
Sharpsburg is a borough in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, 5 miles northeast of Pittsburgh, along the Allegheny River. In the past, it had a rolling mill, foundries, machine shops, and manufacturers of varnish, brick, glass, lumber products, wire, hair, felt, and lubricating oil. In 1900, 6,842 people lived here; by 1940, 8,202 people lived in Sharpsburg.