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Yes! We believe it is every Guest’s right to choose their Attending Physician. The physicians that see our Guests must complete the Facility’s credentialing process which includes having a current license to practice medicine in the State where the Facility is located.
Yes! Since The Laurels is your “home away from home”, we encourage you to bring items that will make your stay a pleasurable experience. However, since space in your room may be limited, you may wish to be selective with the items you bring. Some examples of suggested items include pictures or photo albums of family, a favorite blanket or pillow, and books or small collectibles that may bring joy during your time of healing. Examples of things that you may wish to leave home include fragile or irreplaceable family heirlooms and original copies of important financial or legal papers.
Yes! We will promptly deliver mail within twenty-four (24) hours of delivery by the postal service. We will also assist in the delivery of outgoing mail to the postal service, except when there is no regularly scheduled postal delivery and pick-up service. It is our pleasure to assist any Guest who needs assistance with reading their mail or in writing letters.
Yes! Our Guests enjoy pet visits. All pets or animals that enter the facility must have current standard vaccinations and have had a health exam within the previous year. Pet visitation can occur during the Facility’s recommended visiting hours. All visiting pets must be kept on a leash and in control by their owners at all times. Overnight visitation is prohibited and animals are prohibited from entering dining areas or the Dietary Department, at all times.
Yes! If a Guest chooses to do so, he/she may consume a reasonable amount of alcoholic beverages at their own expense, with the approval of their attending physician.