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Chris Jensen Health and Rehabilitation

Mission: Chris Jensen Health & Rehab is more than just rehab: We meet our community's short-term and continuing care needs through compassionate health care and support services.

  • From Chris Jensen Health and Rehabilitation

    Tell me about the placement process.

    After an assessment has been completed the Admissions Director will discuss the important aspects of the care needs, insurance coverage, and the services that will be provided. Your physician will complete the necessary paperwork to facilitate the placement. Transportation will be provided to the facility and an initial meeting of the care team will be scheduled. The patient and their family will help to shape the plan for care. Social services will help answer any additional questions. Each department will meet with the family and resident to determine their individual needs and preferences for medical cares, social activities, and dietary requirements.

  • From Hannula & Halom Attorneys

    When should I get a lawyer?

    Whenever:

    • Your claim is denied (or you feel it will be denied soon)
    • It has been more than two weeks and you have received no benefits.
    • The insurance company asks you to give a statement.
    • You are being treated unfairly after your injury.
    • You cannot return to work because of your injury.
    • You are asked to sign a settlement document.
    • You are fired after your injury.

  • From Chris Jensen Health and Rehabilitation

    What services are provided?

    Chris Jensen is a skilled nursing home providing 24 hour care. We employ over 250 staff members in our short term rehab, long term care area and memory care neighborhoods. We offer social services, physical therapy, speech therapy, occupational therapy, dietary services and social recreational therapies.

  • From Hannula & Halom Attorneys

    What should I do if I have a work injury or work-related illness?

    1. Contact your employer and report the injury or illness - even if you think it is minor and you will heal without medical treatment. That way there is a record that can be referred to if your injury worsens. Use a company form, if one is available. If not, write down the facts of your injury, along with the date and time and the name of the person you reported it to. If possible, keep a copy of your report.
    2. Take down the names and addresses of all witnesses to the accident that caused your injury.
    3. Get medical care, even if you think your injury is minor, and make sure the doctor has a complete description of the accident that caused your injury or the work activities or conditions you believe caused your work-related disability. Take care of your injury.
    4. Make copies of all work restrictions that your doctor gives you. Keep a copy and give the original to your employer.
    5. Keep track of all time off work, all mileage to and from doctors, physical therapists and any other health care professionals. Save all medical records given to you and all prescription bills and receipts. Save all letters from your employer and your employer's workers compensation insurance company concerning your injury.
    6. Do not sign any documents unless you fully understand the documents. If there is any doubt in your mind about what the documents mean, you should contact a Workers' Compensation lawyer.
    7. If you have not received Workers' Compensation benefits or a notice that you will be receiving Workers' Compensation benefits within a reasonable time period contact a Workers' Compensation lawyer.

  • From Kari Toyota

    Do you need to replace hybrid batteries?

    Your hybrid battery pack should last for the lifetime of the vehicle, considered between 150 and 200 thousand miles, and may last even longer. Hybrid-related components for Toyota hybrid vehicles are covered for 8 years/100,000 miles. The HV battery may have longer coverage under emissions warranty. Plus, when it’s time to dispose of the battery, nickel metal hydride batteries are benign and can be fully recycled, posing no toxic hazards to the environment.