Nursing & Rehabilitation

3650 Beavercrest Dr
Lorain, OH 44053


When you’re transitioning from hospital to home care, Oak Hills Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation is here to help. Our facility is located in Lorain, OH, across from Mercy Health Lorain Hospital. Our community is a caring place for you to finish your recovery and start your journey home.

Our 74-bed facility provides a sense of comfort that will make you feel welcome. We offer well-appointed private and semi-private rooms with easy access to our beautiful grounds. Oak Hills is proud of our long-tenured staff who work tirelessly to support your journey to recovery.

Our nutritionist and chef provide three delicious meals per day, and snacks are available anytime. We even have a beauty salon and barbershop to keep our residents looking and feeling their best.

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Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation

Oak Hills offers physical therapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy. There is an RN on duty 24/7. We also provide specialized therapy services such as diathermy, E-stim, ultrasound and a dynamic standing/balance machine.

Our experienced team provides:

  • Wound care
  • Bariatric care
  • Diabetic services and training
  • Psychiatric/psychological care
  • Nutrition counseling

Long-Term Care

We also accommodate those residents who need to stay with us for an extended amount of time. Our medical director and hospitalist are very involved in supporting the facility. Our skilled nursing and rehabilitation services are readily available to our long-term care patients. Long-term care also includes infection control and contracted palliative and hospice care.

A facility van provides transportation to doctor’s appointments, outing and other needs as they arise. Our activities provide independent and group programs, specialized cognitive games, recreational outings, monthly social events and specialized shopping as needed.

Oak Hills was in the News!

Check out the “First responders enjoy free drive-thru BBQ lunch at Oak Hills Nursing and Rehabilitation” article at the Morning Journal.

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