Marquis Plum Ridge

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We Specialize In:

Post Hospital Care
Long Term Care

At Marquis Plum Ridge, we offer residents the highest level of post hospital rehabilitation & long term care services.

  • 24-hour care
  • 7 day a week therapy program
  • Advanced gym
  • Personalized activities
  • Select menus

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At our facilities, every day is a new day.

And each new day brings its own challenges and opportunities. We help people get the most out of every moment.

Morning Routine

Betty wakes up when she wants every day, which is usually around nine in the morning. After some assistance washing up and getting dressed, she’s accompanied to breakfast by one of her regular caregivers, Sarah. Breakfast is Betty’s favorite meal of the day and she loves pancakes the most. The dining staff make her favorite –  chocolate chip pancakes, every Friday. After breakfast, Betty has a check-in with the nurse, receives her morning medications and relaxes in her room, listening to her favorite music.

Afternoon Activities

Before lunch, the Activity Director comes to Betty’s room to see what she is in the mood for that day. She has a big night ahead, so instead of a more involved group activity, Betty decides to start a new book on tape. The Activity Director has the book on tape and player brought to her room for her to enjoy after lunch.

Evening with Friends

Betty’s daughter and family are coming to have dinner with her in the dining room, so her evening caregiver Martina helps her get ready. Betty’s grandkids love coming to see Grandma Betty, and they also love the dessert in the dining room. After a welcoming, comfortable visit, Betty has an evening check-in with the nurse and receives her medications. Martina helps her with toileting and getting ready for bed. Once settled, Betty goes back to her book on tape for a bit more listening before she decides she’s ready for sleep.

Morning Routine

Robert is a creature of habit and likes his mornings to follow a routine. He worried about how that would go over when he needed post hospital care after a major surgery. He was relieved to discover that how his mornings go are up to him. He wakes up very early, around 5:30, and likes to have coffee, read his papers and eat scrambled egg whites and cereal for breakfast. After breakfast, Robert has his first therapy session and is given his medications as prescribed by his physician. He also receives a visit from his nurse, who checks his vitals to ensure his healing is on course.

Afternoon Activities

Robert’s wife comes for her daily visit and brings him some new reading material and his iPad he requested. She stays and they enjoy lunch together, then she takes him back to his room so he can rest. Later that afternoon, a therapy team member takes Robert to his second therapy session of the day. Robert appreciates the fact that he can set the pace for therapy based on his goals to get home as quickly and as healthy as possible.

Evening with Friends

Before dinner, Robert enjoys meeting and getting to know some of the other patients in the bistro, where they enjoy a game of cribbage. He decides to have dinner in his room, and afterwards watches the news and then spends some quiet time on his iPad. His clinical staff comes by on rounds and he is also given his evening medications. He calls his wife to check in and say goodnight, and turns in for the day.

  • Long Term Care

    Morning Routine

    Betty wakes up when she wants every day, which is usually around nine in the morning. After some assistance washing up and getting dressed, she’s accompanied to breakfast by one of her regular caregivers, Sarah. Breakfast is Betty’s favorite meal of the day and she loves pancakes the most. The dining staff make her favorite –  chocolate chip pancakes, every Friday. After breakfast, Betty has a check-in with the nurse, receives her morning medications and relaxes in her room, listening to her favorite music.

    Afternoon Activities

    Before lunch, the Activity Director comes to Betty’s room to see what she is in the mood for that day. She has a big night ahead, so instead of a more involved group activity, Betty decides to start a new book on tape. The Activity Director has the book on tape and player brought to her room for her to enjoy after lunch.

    Evening with Friends

    Betty’s daughter and family are coming to have dinner with her in the dining room, so her evening caregiver Martina helps her get ready. Betty’s grandkids love coming to see Grandma Betty, and they also love the dessert in the dining room. After a welcoming, comfortable visit, Betty has an evening check-in with the nurse and receives her medications. Martina helps her with toileting and getting ready for bed. Once settled, Betty goes back to her book on tape for a bit more listening before she decides she’s ready for sleep.

  • Post Hospital Care

    Morning Routine

    Robert is a creature of habit and likes his mornings to follow a routine. He worried about how that would go over when he needed post hospital care after a major surgery. He was relieved to discover that how his mornings go are up to him. He wakes up very early, around 5:30, and likes to have coffee, read his papers and eat scrambled egg whites and cereal for breakfast. After breakfast, Robert has his first therapy session and is given his medications as prescribed by his physician. He also receives a visit from his nurse, who checks his vitals to ensure his healing is on course.

    Afternoon Activities

    Robert’s wife comes for her daily visit and brings him some new reading material and his iPad he requested. She stays and they enjoy lunch together, then she takes him back to his room so he can rest. Later that afternoon, a therapy team member takes Robert to his second therapy session of the day. Robert appreciates the fact that he can set the pace for therapy based on his goals to get home as quickly and as healthy as possible.

    Evening with Friends

    Before dinner, Robert enjoys meeting and getting to know some of the other patients in the bistro, where they enjoy a game of cribbage. He decides to have dinner in his room, and afterwards watches the news and then spends some quiet time on his iPad. His clinical staff comes by on rounds and he is also given his evening medications. He calls his wife to check in and say goodnight, and turns in for the day.

Services

At Marquis Plum Ridge, we provide the following services for all our residents:
  • 24-hour licensed nursing services
  • Personal assistance with daily activities such as grooming, dressing and eating
  • Three meals a day plus snacks
  • Scheduled activities
  • Utilities
  • Laundry and housekeeping
  • IV Therapy
  • Wound and cardiac care
  • Hospice and respite care

Facility Events

Labor Day Bake Sale
September 3, 2019 10:00 am

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Contact information

Charlie Morales

Vice President of Talent Management

971-206-2026

Rebecca Whittall

Leadership and Intern Recruiter

971-206-5229

Jay Bidro

Clinical Recruiter

971-206-5233

Isabel Brady

Recruiting Specialist

971-206-2318