Contact Trevecca Health & Rehab for a tour of our facility at 615 244-6900
Letters from Patients and Families  “In August 2010, I had to make the hardest decision of my life.  I had two daughters sick at the same time, Darcy with Cerebal Palsy and Marcy, fighting cancer.  While Darcy was in the hospital, Marcy called to tell me she was losing the battle and had a short time to live.  I was very scared for both daughters but had to make a choice to be with the one I knew ha only weeks to live when the social worker at the hospital called to tell me Trevecca had an opening for Darcy, Trevecca has been a Gos send.  Everyone made the transition a great one.  When I had to leave Darcy that August day, the Nurse Manager, Margie asured me she would take care od her.  She did everything she promised and I will be forever grateful.  Darcy is still at Trevecca Health Care and the staff does everything in their power to make the residents happy.  I recently had the pleasure of meeting the Administrator, Sharon Goff and the owner Emily Whitcomb.  They really do care about their residents and make sure everything is done right.  You can stop by any time day or night (and we have) and find the cleanest and best rum facility around.”  Sincerely, Tony M. Thornton   “At times, my Mother can be stubborn.  In spite of that Trevecca gave her the best services anyone could get.  I feel the staff was very resposive to her needs during the course of her stay for Rehab.  Everyone was diligent and cordial, and I feel the rehab team helped give back he independence so she could come home.  I feel God sent my mother to Trevecca and I am grateful to them.”  Sincerely, Darien Young   “In the fall of 2010 my brother and I had to make one of the hardest decisions of our lives.  Our father had a series of mini strokes and it was determined that he could no longer live alone.  We were very torn on what to do.  I checked our options and then God led us to Trevecca Health Care.  From our very first visit I had a good feeling.  The support I recieved from everyone was overwhelming.  There are just too many names to list as my father has been on various floors, but they all know who they are.  We love them like family.  Trevecca is super clean, friendly, caring and most of all loving.  You can tell everyone at Trevecca care for the residents and that makes all the difference! And the best part ….Dad loves it there!  You may look long and hard but you can’t beat Trevecca Health Cre. Trust me.”  Sincerely, Mike Allen   “On April 7, 2013, I was in a life changing car accident.  I had two broken ankles, a broken foot and leg.  After surgery I went to Trevecca>  I have never been in a Health Care Facility before nad really didn’t know what to expect.  I was in great pain and pretty scared.  I found Trevecca’s staff knowledgable, kind and highly skilled as they took me hrough the process of helping me find my way to getting better through structured PT, OT, pain relief and trying to fing the best way to treat me and my case as a person; with respect and caring.  The menu of selections was very healthy and delightfully good and gave me a choice to best suit my own tastes.  That helped me feel in control of my own dietary likes.  They offer activities daily and I was able to handle my financial obligations through faxes, phone services and mailing.  I used the secure WIFI daily for my laptop.  I was also able to watch my favorite TV shows through their cable service and pass the time.  If I needed anything, a call is usually all it took.  Whether it was talking with the staff about my concerns or having staff member Newbie, take full conrol of arranging transportation to and from the hospital for my next two surgeries.  In all I spent 30 of my 40 days since the accident at Trevecca.  I go home tomorrow and already have all my necessary equipment waiting for me at home.  I hope I am never in this position again, but if I am, I would definitely retirn to Trevecca.  I have even said so on my Facebook site for all my friends to see.”  Sincerely, Mary M. Carmack   “Dear Administration and Second Floor Staff:  Greetings to all of you who work so hard to do so much for so many.  I wanted to place this correspondence in the mail to you,  just to let you know how much me and my family apperciate all the assistance, guidance, love and attention you gave our mother, Mrs. Edna Mea Corder (Room230B) from Monday-March 18th  - April 29, 2013.  You worked with her to help “rehabilitate” her normal processes back to where they needed to be, i.e. her eating, her sleeping, her exercise, her walking, her talking, her thought processes, and her bodily functions that needed “reactivating” or “revitalized”.  Well, good news, now thatr she is home, she is doing fine.  •	She is feeding herself at the kitchen table •	She is eating 100% of her food •	She takes her own medication that we lay out for her on the table, after she finishes eating •	She places herself on the commode when necesssary •	She is walking completely by herself with the aid of a walker (she still wears the briefs for additional coverage in case of accidents - however, for all pratical purposes she knows when she needs to empty her bladder or her bowels and she does so most approppriatly) •	The catheter was taken out on her first visit to the urologist and she has been doing fine since - we are having to “retrain” her bladder to work and it is working •	She is being seen by the Creig Wound Care Center at Baptist Hospital, once it was decided by the cardiologist that she does not have a circulatory problem - and she is doing well with regular nursing care changing her bandage around her wound and caring for it on a regular basis •	She is assisted with her morning routine by persons from a Nursing Homecare Center from 8 til 1 daily, ie. bathing and other skincare needs, and Mrs. Corderenjoys looking pretty, smelling good and that makes her feel pretty - so she puts on her own makeup, combs her hair (with assistance), put on earings, necklace, watch, rings, etc. and once she has breakfast, she is ready to sit around and enjoy the day. •	She reads the newspaper, the Bible, and other reading materials, after she puts on her glasses. •	She is visited regularly from Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists, Nurses and home care workers. •	She gets regular dental care, eye care and is on close contact with her Private Care Physician.  She sends her reguards to all of you that assisted her to get to this point of being able to return home and I definately believe it was the “routine” of everything all of ou did, that has allowed us to progress to this point.  All we had to do here at the house was keep her on that “routine” and better it.  Thanks again for the periodic updates, the honesty we feel all you exhibited with us about our mother and the love, care and attention you gave her and I’m sure, you share all the above with every patient at Trevecca.  God bless each of you “do so much for so many”.  We apperciate you and shall always hold each of you in highest esteem - that God will bless each of you - individually and as a group - because you do make a difference in the health, care and welfare of so many persons”  Most Sincerely Lady Corder Chapman and the Corder Family   “To the Staff at Trevecca:  I have been unable to write this much needed letter of thanks for a while to the people who meant so much tin my mother’s life.  Thank you for the flowers that were sent, but mostly thank you for your care.  From the time my mother first entered Trevecca on the skilled nursing floor years ago for a severely broken hip, I felt there were people dedicated to her care.  She did get better due to her inner strength and care she was given.  When she was strong enough, she was moved to the fourth floorwhere she continued to gain strength and be cared for with love and skill.  It was an ongoing matter to get my mom to eat enough to keep up her strength.  We all rejoiced each time my mother took a bite of food that would make her stronger.  She spent years on the fourth floor where she made a best friend.  The staff seemed to enjoy their friendship and travels to lunch and dinner and around the fourth floor.  They were best friends, which also made her later years of life better.  I was never worried about my mother being in a nursing home.  I knew she was taken care of.  Trevecca staff always kept in contact with me with any changes in my mom’s health and what was being done to take care of any problem.  Mom was happy at her Trevecca home.  I know there were a lot of people involved in my Mom’s care.  I appreciate that you treated Mom with respect.  It meant so much to us that so many came in to speak to Mom and our family during her last days.  You made us as comfortable as possible and we saw the love you had for our Mother.  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Contact Trevecca Health & Rehab for a tour of our facility at 615 244-6900
Letters from Patients and Families  “” In August 2010, I had to make the hardest decision of my life.  I had two daughters sick at the same time, Darcy with Cerebal Palsy and Marcy, fighting cancer.  While Darcy was in the hospital, Marcy called to tell me she was losing the battle and had a short time to live.  I was very scared for both daughters but had to make a choice to be with the one I knew ha only weeks to live when the social worker at the hospital called to tell me Trevecca had an opening for Darcy, Trevecca has been a Gos send.  Everyone made the transition a great one.  When I had to leave Darcy that August day, the Nurse Manager, Margie asured me she would take care od her.  She did everything she promised and I will be forever grateful.  Darcy is still at Trevecca Health Care and the staff does everything in their power to make the residents happy.  I recently had the pleasure of meeting the Administrator, Sharon Goff and the owner Emily Whitcomb.  They really do care about their residents and make sure everything is done right.  You can stop by any time day or night (and we have) and find the cleanest and best rum facility around.”  Sincerely, Tony M. Thornton   “At times, my Mother can be stubborn.  In spite of that Trevecca gave her the best services anyone could get.  I feel the staff was very resposive to her needs during the course of her stay for Rehab.  Everyone was diligent and cordial, and I feel the rehab team helped give back he independence so she could come home.  I feel God sent my mother to Trevecca and I am grateful to them.”  Sincerely, Darien Young   “In the fall of 2010 my brother and I had to make one of the hardest decisions of our lives.  Our father had a series of mini strokes and it was determined that he could no longer live alone.  We were very torn on what to do.  I checked our options and then God led us to Trevecca Health Care.  From our very first visit I had a good feeling.  The support I recieved from everyone was overwhelming.  There are just too many names to list as my father has been on various floors, but they all know who they are.  We love them like family.  Trevecca is super clean, friendly, caring and most of all loving.  You can tell everyone at Trevecca care for the residents and that makes all the difference! And the best part ….Dad loves it there!  You may look long and hard but you can’t beat Trevecca Health Cre. Trust me.”  Sincerely, Mike Allen   “On April 7, 2013, I was in a life changing car accident.  I had two broken ankles, a broken foot and leg.  After surgery I went to Trevecca>  I have never been in a Health Care Facility before nad really didn’t know what to expect.  I was in great pain and pretty scared.  I found Trevecca’s staff knowledgable, kind and highly skilled as they took me hrough the process of helping me find my way to getting better through structured PT, OT, pain relief and trying to fing the best way to treat me and my case as a person; with respect and caring.  The menu of selections was very healthy and delightfully good and gave me a choice to best suit my own tastes.  That helped me feel in control of my own dietary likes.  They offer activities daily and I was able to handle my financial obligations through faxes, phone services and mailing.  I used the secure WIFI daily for my laptop.  I was also able to watch my favorite TV shows through their cable service and pass the time.  If I needed anything, a call is usually all it took.  Whether it was talking with the staff about my concerns or having staff member Newbie, take full conrol of arranging transportation to and from the hospital for my next two surgeries.  In all I spent 30 of my 40 days since the accident at Trevecca.  I go home tomorrow and already have all my necessary equipment waiting for me at home.  I hope I am never in this position again, but if I am, I would definitely retirn to Trevecca.  I have even said so on my Facebook site for all my friends to see.”  Sincerely, Mary M. Carmack   “Dear Administration and Second Floor Staff:  Greetings to all of you who work so hard to do so much for so many.  I wanted to place this correspondence in the mail to you,  just to let you know how much me and my family apperciate all the assistance, guidance, love and attention you gave our mother, Mrs. Edna Mea Corder (Room230B) from Monday-March 18th  - April 29, 2013.  You worked with her to help “rehabilitate” her normal processes back to where they needed to be, i.e. her eating, her sleeping, her exercise, her walking, her talking, her thought processes, and her bodily functions that needed “reactivating” or “revitalized”.  Well, good news, now thatr she is home, she is doing fine.  •	She is feeding herself at the kitchen table •	She is eating 100% of her food •	She takes her own medication that we lay out for her on the table, after she finishes eating •	She places herself on the commode when necesssary •	She is walking completely by herself with the aid of a walker (she still wears the briefs for additional coverage in case of accidents - however, for all pratical purposes she knows when she needs to empty her bladder or her bowels and she does so most approppriatly) •	The catheter was taken out on her first visit to the urologist and she has been doing fine since - we are having to “retrain” her bladder to work and it is working •	She is being seen by the Creig Wound Care Center at Baptist Hospital, once it was decided by the cardiologist that she does not have a circulatory problem - and she is doing well with regular nursing care changing her bandage around her wound and caring for it on a regular basis •	She is assisted with her morning routine by persons from a Nursing Homecare Center from 8 til 1 daily, ie. bathing and other skincare needs, and Mrs. Corderenjoys looking pretty, smelling good and that makes her feel pretty - so she puts on her own makeup, combs her hair (with assistance), put on earings, necklace, watch, rings, etc. and once she has breakfast, she is ready to sit around and enjoy the day. •	She reads the newspaper, the Bible, and other reading materials, after she puts on her glasses. •	She is visited regularly from Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists, Nurses and home care workers. •	She gets regular dental care, eye care and is on close contact with her Private Care Physician.  She sends her reguards to all of you that assisted her to get to this point of being able to return home and I definately believe it was the “routine” of everything all of ou did, that has allowed us to progress to this point.  All we had to do here at the house was keep her on that “routine” and better it.  Thanks again for the periodic updates, the honesty we feel all you exhibited with us about our mother and the love, care and attention you gave her and I’m sure, you share all the above with every patient at Trevecca.  God bless each of you “do so much for so many”.  We apperciate you and shall always hold each of you in highest esteem - that God will bless each of you - individually and as a group - because you do make a difference in the health, care and welfare of so many persons”  Most Sincerely Lady Corder Chapman and the Corder Family   “To the Staff at Trevecca:  I have been unable to write this much needed letter of thanks for a while to the people who meant so much tin my mother’s life.  Thank you for the flowers that were sent, but mostly thank you for your care.  From the time my mother first entered Trevecca on the skilled nursing floor years ago for a severely broken hip, I felt there were people dedicated to her care.  She did get better due to her inner strength and care she was given.  When she was strong enough, she was moved to the fourth floorwhere she continued to gain strength and be cared for with love and skill.  It was an ongoing matter to get my mom to eat enough to keep up her strength.  We all rejoiced each time my mother took a bite of food that would make her stronger.  She spent years on the fourth floor where she made a best friend.  The staff seemed to enjoy their friendship and travels to lunch and dinner and around the fourth floor.  They were best friends, which also made her later years of life better.  I was never worried about my mother being in a nursing home.  I knew she was taken care of.  Trevecca staff always kept in contact with me with any changes in my mom’s health and what was being done to take care of any problem.  Mom was happy at her Trevecca home.  I know there were a lot of people involved in my Mom’s care.  I appreciate that you treated Mom with respect.  It meant so much to us that so many came in to speak to Mom and our family during her last days.  You made us as comfortable as possible and we saw the love you had for our Mother.  Sincerely, Bettie Brown’s daughter Joyce Monroe
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