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Camelot Senior Rehabilitation
The Northshore's premier skilled nursing and rehabilitation community...

Neighborhood living with southern charm

Our newest community is built on ten acres of property with water features, large open areas, trees and beautiful ponds and consists of four uniquely designed neighborhoods. Each neighborhood consists of approximately 35 large, private bedrooms and exquisitely tiled private bathrooms plus private dining areas. Enjoy coffee and cappuccino at Camelot Cafe while visiting with friends and family. Quieter areas feature sofas for reading a good book or newspaper. Additional social areas are throughout the community with large, country porches, and gardens for family gatherings and visits. Staying with us to recover and rehabilitate to transition back home? CCC has rehab facilities that feature a magnificent, private therapy gym and an activities of daily living room staffed by our own certified physical therapists. We have skilled nurses who know how to help patients recover quickly so that they can get home sooner. We know that choosing an assisted living facility is difficult. Choose a facility that has demonstrated professionalism since 1978.

Community Amenities

Transitional Care & Rehabilitation Services

Neurological Care
Bariatric Care
Cardiac Recovery
IV Hydration & Antibiotics
Negative Pressure Wound Therapy
Orthopedic Recovery
Tracheostomy Care
Respiratory Services (Trilogy/Bi-PAP)
Occupational Therapy
Physical Therapy

Resident Amenities

Active Resident Council
Housekeeping Services
Daily Planned Activities
24 Hour Nursing Care
Beauty/Barber Services
Dental and Vision Care
Laundry Services
Weekly Religious Services
Individualized Meal Plan
Board Certified Geriatrician

Meet Our Team

Heather Bauder


Camelot Community Care

Kenberly Baughman

Director of Nursing

News, Events, & Activities.

Speech Therapy for Seniors

Speech therapy can even be beneficial for ailments not typically thought of as being related to cognition.