Windsor Health and Rehabilitation Center | EmRes Healthcare (2023)


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The health and well-being of our residents,
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Quality care in Salem, OR

At Windsor Health and Rehabilitation Center, we provide a continuum of care that bridges the gap between hospital and home. Whether you need short-term rehabilitation or long-term care, our team works to help you recover and return home. We want to empower you to fulfill your goals and restore your quality of life.

Services offered

Skilled care

Rehabilitation therapy

Memory support

Respite remains

Windsor Health and Rehabilitation Center

Possibilities of additional care

Skilled care

Whether you require post-acute (short-term) or long-term care, our skilled nursing communities are designed to promote rehabilitation in a high-quality and compassionate environment. As a resident, your needs and preferences shape your experience, from food choices to activities. We are dedicated to helping you feel relaxed, rested and at home.

  • Post-acute care
  • Long-term care

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Rehabilitation therapy

Rehabilitation therapy services aim to return residents to their highest level of functioning. Physical therapy is designed to relieve pain and improve health. Occupational therapy seeks to equip patients with the necessary skills—and often appropriate tools—for proper self-care, such as dressing, personal hygiene, and cooking. Speech and language pathologists assist residents in achieving an improved quality of life through the evaluation of language, swallowing and/or cognitive disorders.

  • Physical therapy
  • Occupational therapy
  • Pathology of speech and language

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Memory support

For residents with mild to moderate Alzheimer's disease or other dementia-related conditions, EmpRes Communities provide a structured, comfortable environment within our care center. Our care teams work to provide consistent, stable care while creating an environment of vitality, warmth and understanding. We use a person-centered approach and memory cues to instill a sense of familiarity. Our programs and events also encourage daily connection. Our goal is to stimulate memory and provide residents with meaningful experiences.

We understand that dealing with a loved one showing symptoms of Alzheimer's disease or a related dementia can be a confusing and challenging time in your life. We will help you understand the disease and gain knowledge about the best methods of care for your loved one.

Respite remains

Many factors may require temporary accommodation in a warm, welcoming environment that provides skilled care. Our short stay program, also known as Respite Stay, provides the time you need with the peace of mind knowing your loved one is cared for in a comfortable and supportive place.

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Windsor Health and Rehabilitation Center

Possibilities of additional care

We are committed to providing better health care, improved relationships and a greater quality of life for our residents and their families. In addition to our primary services, we also offer additional care options to meet all aspects of your care needs. If our center cannot provide the care you need, we are happy to refer you to the best options in the community.

Additional care options include:

  • Restorative care
  • Wound care
  • Pain management
  • Diabetes management
  • Podiatry
  • Optometry
  • Oral hygiene

Community life

Our community

The dining experience

Activities and events

Interpreter services

Our team


Our community

The Windsor Health and Rehabilitation Center is located in the heart of the capital's picturesque surroundingsSalem, OR. We are fortunate to be located in what is known as the center of lushWillamette River Valley. Our quiet neighborhood and tree-lined street create a sanctuary-like atmosphere for our patients, residents and visiting families.

The dining experience

Residents can look forward to a variety of healthy and tasty meal options. We offer several options for breakfast, lunch and dinner, as well as soup, salad and sandwiches to give residents a greater variety of meal options. We strive to create healthy menus that suit the special dietary needs and preferences of each resident.

Our program includes:

  • Delicious dishes are prepared fresh by our culinary teams every day.
  • A selection of classic and regional favorites, including accommodations for religious and cultural preferences.
  • Fresh fruit, snacks and drinks available throughout the day.

EmpRes can also support residents' unique dietary needs and preferences, including:

  • Therapeutic and diabetic diet.
  • Reduced-fat, low-calorie, high-fiber, low-sugar, and low-sodium options.
  • Modified meal plans, including delicious puree options designed to tickle the taste buds.
  • Attention to the child prescribed by the doctor.

Activities and events

Our dedicated activities team develops a comprehensive calendar tailored to your specific needs and preferences. We offer a combination of activities and excursions that enrich the body, mind and spirit. Activities range from weekly community outings, to on-site performers, visiting school children and therapy animals, various groups and games to play, and of course, plenty of bingo.

Some of our usual activities include:

  • Film events on site
  • Seasonal holiday celebrations
  • Discussions about current events
  • Religious and religious services
  • Summer and weekend barbecues
  • Outdoor events
  • Bingo and games

We also host many special events throughout the year. This can include summer cookouts, Mother's and Father's Day buffets, annual holiday parties, Sunday dinners, and going to the movies complete with popcorn and candy. We also encourage family and friends to participate in any of these activities.

Interpreter services

Interpreter services are available to patients for any type of care. They are free and available 24/7. Notify the nurse, director of social services, and/or executive director for assistance in obtaining interpreter services.

Bilingual interpreter

Language line solutions
*Press “1 to request an interpreter.” Contact the Chief Nurse, Director of Social Services and/or Executive Director of the Code Center.

Sign language services

Agency: Anderson Interpreting Service
Contact person: ED contact center for information
Adresa: 528 Cottage Street NE, Suite 1C, Salem, OR 97301
Mail to: PO Box 12473, Salem OR, 97309
Telephone:(503) 932-8460
State Relay #: 7-1-1

Our team

Our dedicated staff is available 24 hours a day to meet your care needs. We treat our residents and their families as valued friends and respected members of our community.

Executive Director:Leann Curtis

Director of nursing service:Nori Wild (Temporary)

Head of business office:Rashall Orr


When is it time to consider nursing home placement for my loved one?

It may be time to consider a nursing home setting when medical and personal care needs become too much to handle at home or in another senior living community. This may be the result of a recent hospitalization or a chronic illness that has gradually worsened.

Who can I talk to about finances, billing and enrollment paperwork?

We have a full time business office manager for all finance and billing related matters. If you have any questions regarding these matters, please make an appointment with our Business Office Manager through the front desk.

What can residents bring with them?

We offer all the furniture your elderly parent needs in their room. However, to make it feel like home, most skilled nursing facilities encourage residents to bring personal items such as family photos, a familiar bedspread, and treasured trinkets.

How often does a doctor or healthcare professional visit?

Physicians generally visit residents upon admission and once every 30 days thereafter. Although doctors are not there every day, our medical staff is in constant communication with every doctor who visits the facility.

Can I take a loved one home to visit?

Residents can take leave with a doctor's approval, which can be arranged through the medical staff. Residents taking leave must check in and out with a Book of Leave (LOA) at the nursing station.

Can I bring in outside food?

Please check with the medical staff before bringing food to ensure that the food is suitable for special diets. All food stored in the living quarters must be in a properly closed container.

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Windsor Health and Rehabilitation Center

820 Cottage Street NE

Salem, OR 97301

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Fax:(503) 399-7273


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