Swing Bed Services
Sanford Luverne Medical Center
1600 N Kniss Ave, Luverne, MN, 56156
Distance: 962 Miles
Swing Bed is the term Medicare uses to describe a hospital room that can switch from acute care (hospital) status to skilled care (nursing home) status. A Swing Bed is a bridge from the hospital to home or to long-term care.
Hospitals with Swing Beds participate in Medicare and are approved by Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS). Medicare established coverage for "swing beds" in order to serve the needs of smaller communities and hospitals. Medicare Certified Swing Bed services are only available in Critical Access Hospitals and smaller hospitals in rural areas where there is a shortage of long-term care beds.
A Swing Bed can be used to provide 24-hour skilled nursing care. Swing beds can also be used for individuals needing to rehabilitate from surgery, illness, or accident.
Licenses, Registrations, or Certifications
|574||Hospital - Swing Bed||Minnesota Department of Health (MDH)||https://www.cms.gov/Medicare/Medicare-Fee-for-Service-Payment/SNFPPS/SwingBed|
Medicare beneficiaries with a 3-day qualifying hospital stay
- Sanford Bagley Medical Center 203 4th St NW, Bagley, MN, 56621
- Sanford Canby Medical Center 112 Saint Olaf Ave S, Canby, MN, 56220
- Sanford Jackson Medical Center 1430 North Hwy, Jackson, MN, 56143
- Sanford Thief River Falls Medical Center 3001 Sanford Pkwy, Thief River Falls, MN, 56701
- Sanford Tracy Medical Center 251 5th St E, Tracy, MN, 56175
- Sanford Westbrook Medical Center 920 Bell Ave, Westbrook, MN, 56183
- Sanford Wheaton Medical Center 401 12th St N, Wheaton, MN, 56296
Other Services or resources
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LL-3000.8300Swing Bed Care Facilities Definition
Health care facilities that are licensed for both acute care and skilled nursing, skilled rehabilitation and/or extended acute care, designate a specific number of beds as available for either acute care or long-term care, and have a program which allows patients to begin in acute care and then "swing" to another level of care at the direction of their physician without leaving the hospital. People who can benefit from a swing bed program include patients needing rehabilitative physical therapy services following orthopedic surgery, IV therapy, wound care treatment or restorative nursing procedures such as ostomy training; and may be routinely considered for patients who have hip or knee surgery. To qualify, patients must have a three-day acute level care stay within a 30 day period prior to requiring swing bed care. Swing bed care is covered by Medicare and many private insurance plans.
YB-9000Young Adults Definition
Individuals who are generally between the ages of 18 and 25 depending on the ages that specific programs use for qualification.