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  • Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q. What types of patients go to Lord Chamberlain?

  • A variety of conditions brings patients to Lord Chamberlain. Many come for post-surgical rehab, to ensure that after joint replacement surgery, for example, they get the physical therapy they need to return home physically able to resume normal activities to the highest level possible.

    Other patients are admitted from local hospitals with a variety of medically complex issues. The skilled nursing staff at Lord Chamberlain is well equipped to handle even the most seriously debilitated patients.

  • Q. What types of services are provided at Lord Chamberlain?

  • In addition to basic skilled nursing services, physical therapy, and occupational and speech therapy, Lord Chamberlain offers IV therapy, wound care, and other skilled services to meet every patient’s needs.

  • Q. What is the admission process like?

  • Many patients are referred to Lord Chamberlain prior to undergoing elective surgery. Lord Chamberlain maintains close working relationships with many orthopedic, cardiac and neurosurgery practices in the greater Stratford area. Prior to surgery, patients are welcome to visit Lord Chamberlain to meet with an admissions representative for a tour and to reserve a room.

    Other patients are referred to Lord Chamberlain from the hospital when it becomes apparent that they are not yet well enough to successfully return home.

  • Q. What happens when it is time to leave Lord Chamberlain?

  • When your care team feels that you have gained maximal mobility and are able to return home, the social worker and discharge planner will facilitate discharge. A multi-disciplinary Care Conference is held with members of your family to ensure that everyone is in agreement with the course of action recommended. The discharge planner will schedule any needed services, such as home health care and outpatient therapy, if necessary.

  • Q. How long with I stay at Lord Chamberlain?

  • Each individual patient’s length of stay is different. Many short-term patients are discharged within 30 days.