Grantsbrook, located at 290 Keel Road, Grantsboro, is conveniently twenty minutes from New Bern in Alliance, Pamlico County. Grantsbrook is a short-term and long-term care facility specializing in rehabilitative short term care. Our staff of highly-trained and caring professionals believe in restoring short-term patients to their mobility and helping long-term care patients enjoy a relaxing environment while maintaining independence and dignity.
We are committed to providing the highest quality of care and services assuring human dignity and quality of life for our residents, their families, and our employees.
- Work to exceed the expectations of our residents, families and employees
- Build bridges that span from our families at home to our families at work
- Dedicate our efforts and performance to be of the highest quality
- Share in the success of accomplishment
Grantsbrook at a Glance
- 104-Bed Facility
- On-Site Housekeeping
- Weekly “Deep Cleaning” for Each Room
- Semi-Private and Private Rooms Available
- Regular Nourishment Stations and Resident Store
- Cable Available in Every Room
- Large Staff of Caring, Experienced Professionals
- Physician On-Site Three Days a Week
- On-Site Beauty Salon for Hair and Nail Appointments
- On-site Dental Services
- Laundry Service Available
- Accessible Courtyard
As patients progress through their care program, the same intensive plan may not be necessary. As part of our regular process, patients undergo reassessments to determine their progress and enable their care team to make adjustments to their plan. Ongoing adjustments can be made to the patient’s rehabilitation plan between the periodically scheduled full assessments. For patients that don’t require intensive rehabilitation stays at our facility, we also provide outpatient care.
Modalities such as electrical stimulation and ultrasound enhance the benefits of physical therapy allowing the patient to recover faster. They may also help reduce pain, which allows for longer therapy sessions to improve recovery time. The diathermy stimulates the area around a wound to draw more blood and promote faster healing time.
Providing rehabilitative and long term care does not mean a resident loses their independence. A patient’s regular routine is integrated into their care by staff to help maintain comfort and help them adjust. Residents can also enjoy snacks and drinks whenever they see fit at regularly placed nourishment stations and during the kitchen’s regular hours. Activity rooms are always available with TVs and seating to meet with small groups and families. Mobile patients are able to leave with family members for holidays and events or even to go out shopping.
Residents can even make an impact with the regular day-to-day operations at the facility. A Resident Council is held on the last Thursday of every month, where residents eat and talk about anything they want. They can discuss what they like or don’t like and are able to influence the activities at the facility. The activities department ensures the council is well funded so that patients have the opportunity to influence their lifestyle and can enjoy picking any meal they choose without having to worry about the cost.
Grantsbrook is located at 290 Keel Road in Grantsboro. We are a 104-bed facility with semi-private and private rooms. Large activity rooms provide great spaces for family gatherings and socializing with residents. A large dining room and full service kitchen ensures residents enjoy quality, nutritional meals.
We pride ourselves on being as accommodating as possible for our residents regardless of their mobility. We provide transportation services to and from doctor’s appointments for all of our residents. Wheelchair and stretcher transports are available for doctor’s appointments as well as planned activity outings. Non-emergency transports are provided by MedEx Medical Transport [is this correct?]. Emergency transports are provided by [local] Emergency Medical Services. [Is it Pamlico EMS?]
Dr. Ernest Dunn, MD
Facility Medical Director
Accepting current patients and new referrals