What an Average Day Looks Like
Short-term rehabilitation guests at Gardens on Quail are actively engaged with their therapists and nurses every day. Our ultimate goal is to help you return home as quickly as possible. We set specific milestones for every guest so your days will be filled with activities.
Of course, there is always time for relaxation. Even though our short-term rehabilitation guests are typically only in our care for less than one month, we still strive to make your stay as comfortable as possible.
- Large private suites
- Flat screen television with cable
- Free phone and Internet access
- Kitchenettes with refrigerators
- In room cooling and heating unit
- Oversized Hospital beds
- Comfortable bedding and linens
- Private en suite bathrooms
- Spa with Hydro-Therapy tub
- Personal items (toothbrush, toothpaste, lotion, soap, brush/comb, plush bath robes)
- Daily Laundry and Housekeeping service
We encourage you to bring your own personal items to make your stay even more like home:
- Comfortable clothing (slippers, shoes, robe)
- Special personal toiletries
- Ancillary devices (glasses, dentures, hearing aids)
- Preferred snacks to be kept in your in room refrigerator
- Personal entertainment (tablets/laptops, smartphones, books, puzzles, music)
We make every effort to give you the same experiences you might enjoy at a fine hotel. For example, you decide:
- What time you want to start and end your day
- What time you would like to eat your meals
- What types of foods you will order each day
- Where you prefer to have your meals: in the comfort of your room or in our airy dining spaces
- If you would like to attend Happy Hour
- Where to relax: in one of our spacious sitting areas, large outside gardens, golfing on the putting green, or curled up by a fireplace
- How you want to spend your free time: reading books from our library, participating in group activities, painting or poker classes.
To schedule a tour of one of our short-term rehabilitation suites, please contact, or stop by Gardens on Quail today.