Our team of licensed, certified professionals customize every element of the skilled nursing care residents receive, respecting preferences and personal routines each step of the way. Given this blend of warm hospitality and attentive medical support, it’s no surprise that The Chateau at Montereau consistently earns top ratings from CMS (Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services). These ratings place Montereau among the best short stay skilled nursing/ rehabilitation facilities in the country.
Additionally, our top-ranking short-stay skilled nursing/rehabilitation and long-term care services are available to all older adults in the Tulsa area on a direct admission basis with no entrance fee required.
Services & Amenities at The Chateau
- Personalized private rooms with private baths
- Dining service with nutritious, well-balanced meals and a variety of options
- Licensed nurses and certified nursing assistants available 24/7
- Physical, occupational and speech therapies
- Medication/pain management programs
- Specialized activity programs designed for resident and family participation
- Private garden and courtyard terrace
- Inviting sunroom
- Therapeutic spa
- Outdoor trails
- Full service salon and day spa
- Activity room
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Skilled Nursing FAQ
Short stay skilled nursing/rehabilitation care at The Chateau at Montereau is for individuals with medical needs requiring the attention of licensed nurses and therapists. Short stay skilled nursing/rehabilitation is appropriate for people recovering from illness, injury, surgery or stroke who need intensive therapy and care to gain or maintain optimal well-being and health.
Situations are as varied as individuals. Often, residents requiring long-term care have an ongoing health condition or permanent disability that requires care without hospitalization. They may suffer from chronic severe pain or the natural symptoms of advanced age that lead to frailty and need for 24-hour medical supervision.