Skilled Nursing in Palm City, FL

Superior Long-Term Care Focused on You.

At Sandhill Cove, we offer a comprehensive range of Medicare-certified services at our Water’s Edge Health and Rehabilitation center in Palm City, FL, including skilled nursing.

For 30 years, we’ve been serving the community by taking direct admissions and offering a comfortable, clean and inclusive environment for those enjoying a short- or long-term stay.

Our high staff-to-patient ratio exceeds the state standard for skilled nursing facilities, so we are able to provide a level of unmatched service and hospitality that covers every detail of your or your loved one’s health and well-being.

Friendly, Award-Winning Care

Our staff of licensed nursing professionals provides expert services in an intimate, homelike setting. No matter your needs, they’ll get to know you and your preferences in order to design a plan that best fits YOU. Water’s Edge welcomes direct admissions from all nearby areas including St. Lucie and Stuart, FL.

Our skilled nursing services include:

  • A holistic health assessment
  • A customized care plan
  • Comfortable private or semi-private suites
  • A licensed nursing staff on-site 24/7
  • An emergency call system
  • Medication management
  • Resort-style dining
  • Assistance with memory support through Heartfelt Connections – A Memory Care Program®

At Sandhill Cove, skilled nursing is more than care. It’s a signature experience made possible by our ownership and management company Life Care Services®. This means we offer personalized experiences designed to expand senior care and enrich the lives of those who spend time in our community.

Frequently asked questions about skilled nursing:

Unlike independent living or assisted living, skilled nursing is short- or long-term 24/7 care provided by licensed nurses and therapists, including RNs, LPNs and Certified Nurse Aides.

People who need medical care after illness, injury or surgery but without hospitalization, can benefit from skilled nursing. Skilled nursing helps with activities of daily living (ADLs), but at a higher level. Some health conditions that could require long-term care include:

  • Stroke
  • Congestive heart failure
  • Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
  • Parkinson’s disease
  • Diabetes
  • Alzheimer’s disease
  • Fractures
  • Fall-related injury
  • Orthopedic surgeries
  • Permanent disabilities
  • Dementia