Visitor restriction update due to COVID-19
The visitation policy for patients who are critically ill, near the end of life, in hospice or in our inpatient rehabilitation facility are made on a case by case basis by healthcare providers.
Welcome and thank you for visiting Advanced Care Hospital of White County to learn more about our services. As a long-term acute care hospital, we specialize in providing care to patients who need an extended hospital stay due to medically complex conditions.
Long-term care is also known as transitional care. Our hospital provides needed medical treatment for seriously ill patients as they transition from a general hospital setting back into their original residence, which may be their home, a skilled nursing facility (SNF), rehabilitation facility or assisted-living residence.
When is long-term acute care (LTAC) the best option for your loved one?
By asking the question,"Why is an LTAC the best setting for my situation?" you may begin to understand the advantages of the Advanced Care Hospital of White County. Our care team is unique in that our patients are dealing with long-term conditions and need around-the-clock care. We administer care to our patients who are experiencing difficult illnesses every day. Not only are we equipped and with experience to treat medically complex patients, but also our highly trained care team is skilled at recognizing their needs.
Conditions we treat
The care team specializes in treating the following complex conditions. View a more complete list on our "What we treat" page.
- Respiratory diseases
- Infectious diseases
- Congestive heart failure
- Uncontrolled diabetes
- Renal failure, sepsis
- Multi-system complications
- Extended recovery
Services we offer
Based on the diagnosis, we offer a wide variety of treatments to best meet the needs of each patient. This list represents a sample of treatments we offer. Our approach to healing involves numerous other therapies and services.
- Respiratory therapy
- Daily physician rounding
- Radiology and laboratory services
- Ventilator management and weaning
- Total parenteral nutrition (TPN) and nutritional support
- Education for families and patients
- Long-term antibiotic therapy
- Occupational, speech and physical therapy
- In-room dialysis
- Plan of care after discharge
- Wound management