ASHLAND, KY — The King’s Daughters Transitional Care Unit earned a perfect score on their annual state survey. According to a national report, only one in ten transitional care facilities complete a state survey with zero deficiencies.
Angela Bostick-Doyle, R.N., serves as nurse manager for the Transitional Care Unit, which prepares patients for their transition to home, a rehabilitation center, or an extended care facility. The emphasis of care is rehabilitation and restoration.
Last year, Bostick-Doyle received “Director of Nursing of the Year” from the Kentucky Association of Healthcare Facilities (KAHCF), a trade association that represents proprietary and nonproprietary long-term care facilities throughout the Commonwealth. In addition, the KAHCF named the Transitional Care Unit “Most Innovative Program” for the Northern Bluegrass District.
To learn more about rehabilitation services at King’s Daughters, please call 1.888.377.KDMC or visitRehabilitation.
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