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When faced with senior care decisions, it is important to understand the various options available and the services you can expect from each provider.

At Clarview Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, we are committed to provide high-quality medical care and services for individuals in need of post-acute care after a hospital stay, recovery from onset of illness or injury, surgical recovery or for those in need of care related to chronic disease management.

Skilled care typically refers to skilled nursing care and/or rehabilitation services, ordered by a physician, and provided by licensed health professionals, such as nurses and physical therapists. Skilled care is provided in a nursing facility setting, which is also referred to as a nursing home or a skilled nursing facility (SNF).

Skilled nursing care and rehabilitation services can also be provided in other health care settings, such as a home health provider or an inpatient rehabilitation hospital. The Medicare program will often pay a portion of a skilled care stay provided in a nursing home setting when the nursing care and therapy services can only be safely and effectively performed by, or under the supervision of licensed personnel. Skilled care providers offer 24-hour licensed care to assist in individualized treatment plan.

Most skilled procedures are provided by licensed nurses and rehabilitation therapists, with physicians available as needed. A skilled-care stay is usually a goal-oriented and client centered short-term stay averaging 14 to 21 days. Goals are established with a primary focus of improving physical function while recuperating from an acute illness, injury or surgery. At the conclusion of a skilled stay, individuals are often discharged back to their home in the community where they continue to live independently.

Individuals can also receive long-term care in a nursing facility. Some residents need more day-to-day assistance than can be provided in their home which necessitates their transition to a longer term nursing home stay. Care and services are typically focused on maintaining functional and/or cognitive capabilities and effective management of future declines. The care focus includes permanent housing and social programming in addition to medical care. Long-term nursing home care is generally paid by the consumer through private funds or through the Pennsylvania Medical Assistance Program.

Short-Stay Rehabilitation and Long-Term Care Services are available at Clarview for individuals in need of, but not limited to:

· Pre- and Post-Operative Rehabilitation

· Joint Replacement and Orthopedic Recovery

· Neurological Care and Stroke Rehabilitation

· Cancer and Palliative Medical Care

· IV Infusion Treatment

· Diabetes Management

· Pulmonary Care

· Cardiac Wellness

· Wound Care

Today’s skilled nursing facilities serve two very different patient populations. We can provide complex medical care and rehabilitation services for those recovering from surgery or illness to assist with their return to home and community settings. Additionally, we also provide long term support services that offer permanent support for day-to-day needs.

Clarview’s team will work with you, your family and your caregivers to establish individual patient centered goals at the time of admission to shorten recovery time while maintaining/improving functional capabilities. Discharge education, resource coordination, and follow-up support will be coordinated prior to transitioning home or to a lower level of care. After discharge, we will share your success with your physician and evaluate your satisfaction with your stay.

Admissions are accepted 24/7. Our 24 hour inquiry/admission line is 814-745-2031.


September 7, 2022

Dear Families and Residents,

At this time, Clarview Nursing and Rehab has entered into COVID-19 outbreak status. Over the past 2 weeks, we have had four staff members test positive for COVID-19.

While regulations in the community for COVID-19 precautions,

isolation, and quarantine have become less strict, long-term care guidelines have not changed as much and we continue to use PPE, conduct contact tracing, and implement precautions as instructed by the Pennsylvania Department of Health. As always, our focus remains keeping the residents here in our home as safe as possible, while also maintaining their spirits during this ongoing health crisis.

While visitation is NOT restricted in any way, visiting should be conducted with the understanding that there is a risk associated with it to the visitor. All visitors are required to wear a face mask during visitation regardless of your or the residents vaccination status. As always, video and telephone visits are always available and can be coordinated with our activity department.

As we have all throughout this pandemic, we ask that if you are experiencing any illness or symptoms of COVID-19, you refrain from entering the building. Please continue to use the Accushield kiosk at our entry way prior to visiting with residents. We are thankful for your ongoing cooperation and support during these times.

If you have any concerns, please feel free to reach out to us at (814) 745-2031.

Thank you,

Rachael Beck, RN

Director of Nursing

Jennifer Callender, LPN

Infection Control Nurse


SLIGO, PA – The Clarview Nursing and Rehabilitation Center welcomes Beverly Burkett as the facility’s new Nursing Home Administrator. She officially joined Clarview on May 23, 2022.

The public is invited to join our caring community in welcoming Beverly with a meet-and-greet on June 15, 2022, from 4-6 p.m., at the campus. In addition to meeting our new administrator, there will be facility tours and light snacks available.

Beverly is licensed as a Nursing Home Administrator and a Personal Care Home Administrator. The Brookville resident brings more than 30 years of care home administration experience on various levels to this position.

Beverly is coming to Clarview from Jefferson Manor, where she served as Admissions Director. Previously, she was the Administrator at WRC McKinley Health Center & Laurelbrooke Landing from 2018-20 and was the Administrator at Marion Manor Senior Living from 2016-18. In addition, she has served as the Assistant Administrator/Facility Financial Director at Ridgeview Elder Care & Rehabilitation Center, Business Office Manager at Highland View Health Care and began her career as an Office Coordinator, Nursing Administrative Assistant at Pennsylvania Memorial Home.

“I am excited to serve Clarview – its residents, staff and community – in this role,” she said. “Clarview is a great facility and has a rich tradition of serving a wonderful purpose. Speaking on behalf of myself and the staff, we feel it is our pleasure to provide a high level of care and dignity for those in utmost need. Expert care for residents is our priority.”


Clarview Nursing & Rehabilitation Center provides quality care and services to the community and has done so for four decades. Clarview is committed to Clarion County and the surrounding region, and provides advanced medical care at our Skilled Nursing Center. We also offer a community for mature adults at Country Springs Personal Care, which provides a setting for seniors who require minimal assistance with their daily routines.

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