WE WELCOME YOUR VISIT
The best way to experience Lakeview Rehabilitation and Nursing Center is to come and visit. See for yourself the surroundings and atmosphere, talk to the residents and staff, and take a tour of the facility. Please call anytime for a convenient appointment.
Lakeview Rehabilitation and Nursing Center is located in the heart of the Lakeview/Lincoln Park neighborhood just blocks away from Chicago's best hospitals, and walking distance to Chicago's finest restaurants, shopping and more. We have free nearby parking and are easily accessible by car, train, or bus.
OUR PASSION, YOUR PEACE OF MIND.
CARING FOR A LOVED ONE
CAN BE AN EXTRAORDINARILY DIFFICULT EXPERIENCE
FORTUNATELY, THERE IS LAKEVIEW REHABILITATION AND NURSING CENTER, WHERE OUR PASSION FOR CARING MEANS THAT OUR STAFF GOES ABOVE AND BEYOND EVERY DAY - TO LEND AN EAR, MEET A SPECIAL REQUEST, RESPOND TO A CONCERN, EVEN VISIT A RESIDENT ON A DAY OFF.
WHEN YOUR FAMILY MEMBER RECEIVES THE CARE HE OR SHE DESERVES, WE KNOW YOU'LL FEEL BETTER TOO.
When you are a guest at Lakeview we will provide you the amenities of a boutique hotel. We will provide you with an unsurpassed level of personalized attention with our FIVE STAR SERVICE. Our dedicated staff will do whatever it takes to make you feel at home while you're a guest at Lakeview. We're committed to providing the kinds of extras you'd expect at a luxury hotel, whether it's a foreign-language daily newspaper or assistance in exploring Chicago's Lincoln Park neighborhood. We will handle all of the details, including arranging for transportation services for your trip to the theatre or one of the nationally acclaimed restaurants that are steps away.
All of our Spacious and Luxurious Rooms include:
- Specialized Nurse Intercom Call System
- Flat Screen TVs with cable and pillow speakers
- Complementary Wi-Fi
- Complementary Bedside Telephones
- Personal Wardrobe storage space
Lakeview accepts admissions 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Please contact us for more information.
Many forms of payment are accepted, including Medicaid, Medicare, private pay and private health insurance.
We understand that admission day can be a difficult time, both for new residents and their families. Our process is designed to make the moving experience as comfortable as possible. To make the transition easier, please bring the following documentation:
It has been our experience that bringing a few personal items can make a new resident more comfortable. We suggest bringing several changes of comfortable clothing, family photographs, books, and other items. Please label personal belongings during the move.
- Medicare and/or Medicaid card
- Secondary insurance card
- Advance Directives
- Emergency contact information
Don't forget - our staff is always here to help. Please call our admissions department to discuss any concerns before and after admission.