Preparing for Admission

  • Be prepared to sign admission forms. These include a financial screening performed with our financial counselor. If you need help, have your representative, power of attorney, or family member available to work with us prior to your admission. If you have special directive documents, bring them with you so we may make copies for our records.
  • Bring all Medical Insurance cards so we may verify your insurance and make sure you have coverage. Please include any commercial and long term care insurance cards/plans you have such as: Medicare Part D, Medicare A & B, Medicaid, Blue Cross, AARP, HMO, PPO’s, etc.
  • Bring clothing: sneakers or rubber-soled tie shoes, socks, undergarments, comfortable slacks or other clothing with a stretch waist. Tops can be long or short sleeved but also bring sweaters or jackets for changes in temperature. You may also want your own personal care items.
  • Laundry may be done here or you may wish to make private arrangements. Please note that we use institutional type washers and dryers, therefore, delicate fabrics should not be washed. Please label all clothing.
  • A barber and hairdresser are available on-site, by appointment for your convenience.
  • You may participate in the many recreational activities which are posted and announced each day.
  • Meals are served in the dining room. Guest meals are available with advance notice. Please register guests at the receptionist desk.

What to Bring

Comfortable Clothing:

  • Shirts/blouses
  • Sweater/jacket
  • Bras
  • Pants/shorts   (elastic waists and easy closure) 
  • Underwear   (1 week supply)
  • Socks (1 week supply)
  • Jogging/sweat suits
  • Pajamas/night gown
  • Robe

Personal Items:

  • Shampoo
  • Deodorant
  • Toothbrush
  • Comb/hair brush 
  • Razor (non-electric)
Although we provide these items, you may wish to bring your own personal brands.


  • Flat with non skid soles

Reminder of Home:

  • Pictures
  • Bedside clock
  • Hobby items
  • Postcards/stationery/address book/stamps

Other Items:

  • Eyeglasses
  • Hearing aid(s) and batteries
  • Makeup
  • Dentures & denture supplies (if needed)
  • Cane/walker
  • Wheelchair

What not to Bring

  • Medicine
  • Valuables (jewelry)  
  • Credit cards
  • More than $10

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Extremely satisfied with this facility. My Dad has been to multiple Skilled Nursing Facilities for rehab in the last year, and suffice it to say, Raleigh Rehab is in an entirely different class than any of the others. My Dad's typical report for any given facility, on an average day, is just a litany of complaints (and often rightfully so.) But at this facility, he has had almost nothing but compliments. The few issues he has had, have been handled quickly and efficiently. What really makes this place is the staff, which is is incredible. For the most part, our typical experience at nursing facilities have been staffs that are generally curt, lethargic, borderline apathetic, and difficult to get ahold of (sometimes even ghost-like.) The staff at Raleigh Rehab is the exact opposite in all regards. The day of admission I was met with an avalanche of employees (in a good way,) giving me the lay of the land, explaining treatment plans, therapy goals, policies etc, and answering any and all questions we had. Every employee I have encountered has been energetic, professional, and hard working. And persistently so. A very refreshing departure from the norm at many of these facilities, where most employees seem like they'd rather be anywhere else. Gotta call out Jackie, the admin, who is an absolute superstar, handling everything from administrative issues like scheduling appointments, visits, or policy discussions, all the way down to checking in on my Dad for no reason at all, wheeling him around the facility, running things up to his room etc. She is a Jackie of all trades. I do not know where she finds the energy. She is always extremely easy to get ahold of, and very reliably handles any issues we run into. Danielle, the business manager, has provided (for the first time in my experience,) clear, and decisive answers to many questions that have gone largely unanswered by just about all previous business management and social worker employees at other facilities and even hospitals we've been to. I cannot tell you how refreshing it is to have clarity and confidence on some of the very intricate processes we've had to navigate (like applying for Medicaid, for instance.) It's obvious she is very experienced, and really knows her stuff. PT and OT are incredible. Most SNFs my Dad has been to, the therapy is hit or miss, and pretty minimal. Somedays he gets it. Some days not. Usually it entails simply going through the motions with no clear goals. Meanwhile at Raleigh Rehab, it's not an exaggeration to say that therapy is their top priority (given it's the reason he's there,) and everything else is subservient to the therapy schedule (short of emergencies or critical medical appointments.) Literally within 20 minutes of admission, I was already having an extensive conversation with Felino (the PT-ist) about the goals and the plan. And since then, the therapists have kept me informed and updated with specific and quantifiable goals, progress reports, and treatment plans. The nursing staff has been excellent. Competent, friendly, knowledgable, and attentive. And the nursing manager, Angie, really knows her stuff, pays close attention to patients, and is very good with communication. On that note, one of the most standout things about this facility so far is that the staff is not only very easy to reach, but is actually proactive about keeping my family up to date and informed. It's so nice not to have to chase people down, and to always be in the know. The three or so weeks my Dad has been here have been a fantastic experience, and night & day compared to other facilities he's been to. We've grown to trust the staff (didn't take long, ) and we enjoy peace of mind that my Dad is in good hands, is comfortable, safe, and dare I say, generally happy. Definitely not something that comes easy for him in Skilled Nursing Facilities. I could go on all day, but the takeaway is, if you have a family member looking for skilled nursing rehab, and you are given a bed offer at Raleigh Rehab, I'm telling you, take it.
Scott Kehn
Our family member has been in Skilled Nursing at RRC for almost 5 years. While an older facility, the administrator, Jackie and her staff have made incredible strides to make RRC the best it can be over the last several years. The PT staff is excellent, and the love & care the Nursing Staff in particular have shown to our family member are appreciated! During the lockdown that COVID19 brought, our questions & concerns were handled in a timely manner. We appreciate everything the staff at RRC does!
Lisa McK

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