Long-Term Care: Onsite Medical Services
Seven Acres Jewish Senior Care Services, located on the Pauline Sterne Wolff Campus in Southwest Houston, is a not-for-profit, non-sectarian, certified and licensed Medicaid, Medicare, and private pay campus for the elderly. Seven Acres, offering one of the largest long-term care facilities in Houston, cares for those who require monitoring and support as well as those who need significant long-term clinical intervention. Seven Acres’ comprehensive professional support enhances better-coordinated care and allows our residents to see specialists in the comfort of their Seven Acres home environment. We provide full-time medical services with on-site physicians through a contract with Trumen Physicians & Associates PLLC. A trained geriatric physician is available on site five days a week and on call 24 hours/7 days a week. Onsite services for Dentistry, Dermatology, Podiatry, Ophthalmology and Psychiatry, and Psychological Services ensure your loved one has access to a full suite of healthcare services.
Rehabilitation services are available to long-term care residents on a case-by-case basis when ordered by a physician.
- Psychiatry and Psychological Services (Psychologist meets with residents in individual and group settings)
- Lab Work
- Rehabilitation Services – Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapy
Our two licensed social workers help residents and their families manage the many aspects of senior care. Our social service staff is available to assist residents and their loved ones in acclimating to their new environment.
- Cognitive assessments
- Depression screening
- Information and referral services
- Education and counseling regarding dementia and other mental health disorders
Hospice Care Houston
Hospice services are provided in partnership through a contractual agreement with several Houston-area Hospice Service organizations. Our Hospice Care Houston program provides comfort and support to residents and their families when a life-limiting illness no longer responds to cure-oriented treatments. The goal of hospice care is to sensitively and attentively improve the quality of a resident’s last days by offering comfort and dignity. Hospice addresses all symptoms of a disease, with a special emphasis on controlling a patient’s pain and discomfort. Hospice care addresses the emotional, social and spiritual impact of the disease on the resident and his or her family and friends.