Skilled Nursing Services in Dallas, Texas

Person-centered. Outcome driven.

With more than 50 years of leadership in skilled nursing care, Grace Presbyterian Village places you and your needs at the center of everything we do. We deliver the professional attention you expect with a loving kindness that makes a remarkable difference for residents and their families.

Our highly trained, highly qualified staff of registered nurses and certified nursing assistants delivers services that consistently receive a “Superior” rating from both the Dallas and Texas Departments of Health. Our Health Center here in the beautiful Oak Cliff area of Dallas has received the Medicare 4- and 5-Star Quality Rating, ensuring that we have met or exceeded national standards in the areas of staffing ratios, quality control and health inspection reports. We have also consistently been recognized as one of the “Best Nursing Homes” in America by U.S. New & World Report. Best Nursing Homes U.S. News & World Report2017-18

Direct admittance to the Health Center for nursing services or Medicare and managed care rehabilitation is available with no entrance fee.

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For more information about the extensive, individualized skilled nursing services at Grace Presbyterian Village, please complete the Quick Form, or call 1-800-501-6877.

Frequently Asked Questions

Skilled nursing residents at the Grace Health Center receive licensed, comprehensive, round-the-clock care in private or semiprivate suites that can include any of these services:

  • IV therapy
  • Post-surgical care
  • Wound care
  • Nutrition management
  • Orthopedic and joint replacement rehab
  • Post-stroke rehabilitation
  • Speech therapy
  • Physical therapy
  • Occupational therapy
  • Other support services

In the short term, after an illness or injury, skilled care is often called for. These are common conditions that require skilled care for seniors:

  • Congestive heart failure
  • Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
  • Stroke
  • Cardiac failure
  • Parkinson’s disease
  • Diabetes
  • Alzheimer’s disease
  • Other major illness
  • Hip or bone fracture
  • Fall-related injury
  • Orthopedic surgery
  • Severe osteoarthritis

Potential candidates for long-term nursing care include those who are dealing with:

  • An ongoing health condition or disability
  • Chronic severe pain
  • Chronic medical condition
  • Permanent disability
  • Age-related dementia or Alzheimer’s disease
  • Need for help with activities of daily living
  • Advanced age that has led to frailty and a need for supervision