FAQs

What types of conditions do you treat at your Rehab Center?

Golden Rehabilitation and Nursing Center provides care for a complete spectrum of rehabilitative needs. While a comprehensive list would be too lengthy to enumerate, the following are some of the more common reasons people come to Golden:
• Bariatric care
• Joint replacement
• Post-stroke care
• Post-surgery recovery
• Wound care
• Motor vehicle trauma
• Cardiac care
• Diabetes management
• Pain management


Contact our Director of Admissions or ask your doctor to determine if you could benefit from our rehabilitative care.

Are you one of those big corporate chain facilities?

Golden is privately owned and operated. It’s noticeable in the way we give each resident individual attention. However, there’s nothing “Mom and Pop” about the quality of care. In fact, we network with several other New Jersey facilities, sharing innovative ideas to maintain and improve our standards of excellence.

Do you accept insurance plans?

We participate in a large number of health insurance plans, as well as Medicare and Medicaid. Our Director of Admissions, who is an expert in Medicare/Medicaid and insurance guidelines, will guide you through the process, and will assist you in determining eligibility as well as maximizing your benefits.

Can I use my own physician while at Golden?

Most area doctors are already attending physicians at Golden. If your doctor is not, he can apply to become an attending physician.

Is there a choice of menus at each meal?

Our chefs are aware that different people have different food preferences, and always prepare more than one choice at each meal. Additionally, each resident’s dietary needs and concerns are assessed by our dietitian upon admission and accommodated accordingly.

Do you need advance notice, or can I be admitted immediately?

Although admissions are subject to bed availability, we make every effort to expedite all requests. While we do appreciate advance notification, we realize that in many situations it is not possible. Ultimately it is the well being of the patient that is paramount.

Are there always nurses on duty?

Definitely. 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Holidays as well.



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