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Knowledgeable, Kind and Caring Skilled Nursing Services

Located in the small farming community of Kimberly, Idaho, Oak Creek Rehabilitation Center offers a peaceful country setting while providing the highest quality of care available. Situated just 7 miles outside of Twin Falls, our skilled nursing residents enjoy both the beauty and community offered by a small town, yet still have access to the resources and experiences of a larger city. We offer a multitude of specialized services, including physical, occupational and speech therapies, a licensed social worker on staff, and a Certified Medical Director.

Our care center places the highest value on patient comfort and safety, making us an industry leader in areas such as staffing and staff training. Our staff-to-patient ratios are the highest in the area and one-on-one staff is also available. We have also implemented the WanderGuard system in order to full ensure our residents and their families the security and peace of mind they deserve. Oak Creek offers an activities department dedicated to our residents, with daily activities and regular outings into the community.

 

At-A-Glance

Caring for those you care about.

  • 40 bed facility
  • WanderGuard system available
  • Specialized in management program for behaviorally challenging adults
  • Physical, occupational and speech therapies offered
  • Licensed social worker on staff
  • Medicare, Medicaid, private insurance and private pay accepted
  • Our main focus is the patient’s comfort and quality of life

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Our Care

Skilled Nursing 
BRP is here to assist you and your family if you have questions about skilled nursing, our services and care centers. We recognize that it can be a stressful time and that there are several important factors to consider when deciding on the best treatment and care center for you or your loved one.

BRP provides superior, responsive and affordable care. We value our staff of health practitioners and believe that a skilled nursing facility should be organized for the purpose of healing, personal growth and celebrating life.

What is skilled nursing?

Skilled nursing provides health services like observation, evaluation, management and rehabilitation of varying conditions by a group of practitioners. It may follow hospitalization and is typically provided in a skilled nursing facility also called a nursing home. Our care and services may be needed for a short or long period of time and vary from patient to patient.

Services provided at a skilled nursing facility include:

  • Physical therapy
  • Intravenous injections
  • Observation for complications and pain management
  • Medication management
  • Patient education about illness and injury to help patients manage their condition(s)

Skilled nursing often involves a variety of health care practitioners including registered nurses, physical and occupational therapists, speech language pathologists, and audiologists. These practitioners provide more specialized nursing care to patients by regularly monitoring, assessing and evaluating patient needs and conditions, planning preventative and rehabilitative care and consulting with other health care practitioners.

At BRP, our professional staff sets goals with you and your family, and strives to provide personalized, prompt and detailed care to manage, maintain and improve your condition.

Specializing in Dementia Diagnoses

Our special management program, while focusing on dementia and related illnesses, provides care for any adult requiring additional care or management, especially in the area of behavioral intervention. Our staff have been intensively trained in behavior management to assist in providing individualized care to this specific population. Our special management program provides residents with all of the amenities any residents enjoy at Oak Creek, while working to also help these residents achieve the highest level of functioning and to thrive in the least restrictive environment possible.

 

Our Staff

Charles D. Lloyd Jr., MBA/HCM – Administrator
Charles D. Lloyd Jr., Chuck has an extensive knowledge of behavioral and residential care facilities.  He comes to us with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Communications from Ohio University, and a Master’s Degree in Business and Healthcare from the University of Phoenix.  He also is a current Doctoral Candidate of Healthcare Administration.  Chuck is passionate about caring and providing the best possible care for patients with dementia and/or psychiatric illness.


John Gies, M.D. – Medical Director
Dr. John Gies is a graduate of the University of Arizona College of Medicine and is board-certified in Family Medicine. Dr. Gies has served our country since 1977, including working as a flight surgeon in the Air National Guard. Dr. Gies holds the title of Idaho State Surgeon General as well as several other prestigious titles within the medical community. He is the Chief of Medicine at North Canyon Medical Center in Gooding, as well as the medical director of many other local facilities and physician offices. He is also a member of the American Geriatric Society.


Adrian Dean, M.D. – Psychiatric Director
Our contracted psychiatrist, Dr. Adrian Dean, is a graduate of Tulane University School of Medicine in New Orleans, Louisiana and is certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. Dr. Dean is also a member of the American Geriatric Society and the American Psychiatric Association. He consults for the regional Adult Mental Health Clinic and many other local facilities specializing in psychiatric treatment and care.


 

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