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A new transitional care center has opened in Jefferson County.
Located at 600 Golden Ridge Rd. in Golden, Accel at Golden Ridge is an in-patient transitional care center also offering outpatient rehabilitation services.
Transitional post‐acute care services include physical, occupational and speech rehabilitation services. Patients are referred to Accel after receiving acute care in a hospital setting or, in some cases, are referred directly from a physician.
The 60,000-square-foot Golden facility offers two rehabilitation gyms, modern equipment, technologies and programs that are designed to help patients recover as quickly as possible and return to their prior lifestyle. All patient care will be conducted under the supervision of two physicians who will serve as co-medical directors. Accel will also work with specialist physicians for pulmonary, cardiac, wound recovery, infectious disease, physiatry and orthopedic care.
Accel at Golden Ridge employs more than 100 health care providers and can service up to 80 patients. The facility completed local and state inspections began operation in May.
Accel at Golden Ridge is Texas-based StoneGate Senior Living’s first healthcare center in Colorado, but the company plans to open a second location, Accel at Longmont, in November. To learn more about Accel at Golden Ridge, visit www.accelgolden.com.
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