Woodland Nursing & Rehabilitation is a skilled nursing facility in Woodland, CA. We provide 24-hour skilled care and rehabilitation services in a comfortable and friendly environment. Woodland Nursing & Rehabilitation was noted as having zero deficiencies in their 2016 annual federal survey.
Woodland Nursing & Rehabilitation was the original Woodland Clinic Hospital built in 1911 and served as the state of art healthcare facility for the citizens of Yolo County until the new Woodland Memorial Hospital was built in the late 1960’s. Woodland Nursing & Rehabilitation is proud to carry on the tradition of providing excellent healthcare to the residents of Yolo County for nearly 100 years.
Great place to work. Friendly staff and best DON ever!
To the extremely skilled nursing staff, we thank you all for the extraordinary care, kindness, and patience you gave Robert.
I wish to let you know how wonderful your staff has been since I’ve been here. The aids are GREAT!!! Thoughtful and caring while handling each resident. The nursing staff has been fantastic! They all are very good at their job. The night RN, goes above & beyond.
Again, I want the staff to know, I really have been impressed with their job ethics. Thank you and good luck to all of you.
I want to thank all of the staff for the care Leo received during his several stays there and for the lovely flowers. It was all so appreciated.
Recently my mother, Virginia G. was a patient there in your facility. Prior to my arrival from Hawaii to visit my mom and sister, I had heard nothing but high praise for the great care in which mom was receiving. I found that she was correct and I would like to personally express my wholehearted thanks to all of your staff for the outstanding care that you provided for her. I was extremely impressed by all the compassion and love that your staff showed for her to ensure that her recovery was on track, and it was. Also, I'd like to extend a special thanks to the dietician. She went way beyond what most people would do to make special meals for my mom. I would, without hesitation, recommend your facility to my friends or anyone else that needs the services that you provide. Again, thanks so much for taking care of my mom.
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