Lexington Health Network offers a variety of unique services with highly trained clinical and therapy teams for patient and resident care in our facilities.
Respite care is a short-term stay at a senior-living or nursing community, often suggested for seniors who are recovering from a hospital visit or other health circumstance. Respite care is also available when a caregiver takes an extended vacation or if they need a break to self-nurture. It may also be an opportunity to try a new senior-living setting for their loved one. Our respite care services are available for a variety of care levels, including assisted living, memory care, and skilled nursing care.
Lexington of Streamwood offers an in-house, short-term dialysis unit designed specifically for post-acute patients who need hemodialysis or peritoneal dialysis. Your physician can help determine which course of treatment is appropriate for you.
Memory Care supports the needs of people living with various stages of memory loss in a long-term care setting. A preventative well-being program focuses on quality of life beyond a resident’s daily clinical care needs. We created a special area within our long-term care facility, enhanced with environmental features and program services to best support the holistic care needs of people living with memory loss.
Merit Sleep Management (part of Lexington Health Network) is accredited to provide diagnostic and therapeutic testing, in facilities and in home, in cooperation with your physician for close to a hundred different sleep disorders.
LexConnect Telemedicine is a tool that gives patients and residents immediate, 24/7 access to physicians and medical specialists when clinical issues arise, especially after-hours, to support better healing and create more nurturing experiences.