Admissions to the short-term rehab and nursing center can be accomplished 7 days a week. One of the best ways to get a first hand impression of life at Witherell is to arrange for a tour of our facility. We also welcome the opportunity to provide family counseling relative to the admissions process. Greenwich residents are prioritized for admission but Witherell does not want to exclude anyone. We have been able to accommodate all requests for short-term rehab referrals. Witherell accepts Medicare and has contracts with a majority of commercial insurance providers.
90% of our admissions are for short-term rehab. Typically, these admissions come directly from the hospital. We recommend that you contact our admissions staff directly to arrange a tour or a telephone interview to review the hospitalized individual's situation and complete an application. We will work directly with the hospital to get clinical information and do a needs assessment.
If long-term care is being considered, we welcome the opportunity to meet with the prospective residents' families. An application is required for admission. We are frequently asked, "Do you have a waiting list?" The short answer is yes, but this should not discourage an applicant from pursuing admission. Witherell is able to respond to the majority of long-term needs. We do recommend filing an application prior to need. If the applicant's resources are depleted we will accept Connecticut State Medicaid.
||George Cossifos, Admissions Manager
Nicolle Roselle-Smith, Admissions Representative
(203) 618-4314 or email@example.com
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Allen Brown, Executive Director
Francis Walsh, MD, Medical Director
Lynn Bausch, RN, Deputy, Director of Nursing
Margaret Wayne, RN, Assoc. Director of Nursing
Dina Meles, CCC-SLP, Rehabilitation Manager
George Cossifos, Admissions Manager
Justine Vaccaro, MSW, Director of Social Work
Mary Bruce, Therapeutic Recreation Director