Long-Term Care

Northeast Georgia Health System has two long-term care facilities — New Horizons Limestone and New Horizons Lanier Park.

NGHS’ transitional care unit is a sub-acute unit located at New Horizons Limestone. This unit is designed to offer medical and rehabilitation services to patients who no longer need the acute nursing care offered on other hospital units but who are not yet ready to be discharged to their homes or to a nursing care facility.

Our Locations

Who We Serve

  • Patients with fractures requiring rehab
  • Patients with joint replacements
  • High functioning stroke patients requiring rehab
  • Recuperating surgical patients requiring rehab and/or additional nursing care
  • Wound care patients

What is a Transitional Care Unit?

The Transitional Care Center (TCC) is a center designed for short-term rehabilitation patients and patients who need additional care in order to make a successful transition from hospital to home. The center is located at New Horizons Limestone but includes separate dining and activity areas specifically for TCC patients as well as a dedicated entrance for family members and visitors.

The care in the TCC focuses on rehabilitation with the goal of transitioning the patient to home within 30 days. Appropriate levels of rehab are provided by Northeast Georgia Medical Center’s physical therapists, speech pathologists and occupational therapists.

For more information, call 770-219-8600.