Meet our Medical Director

April 2024 | General

Beyond the White Coat: Dr. Michael Albert’s Dedication to Service and Compassionate Care At Stone County Rehabilitation and Nursing Center, we…

Shaking the Stigma: Raising Parkinson’s Disease Awareness

April 2024 | Awareness Day

As we enter Parkinson’s Awareness Month, it’s an opportune time to educate yourself and your loved ones about this progressive…

Heart Failure Awareness Week

February 2024 | Awareness Day

Heart Failure Awareness Week is an important time to shed light on the prevalence of heart failure, its risk factors…

What Are My Options for Care?

January 2024 | General

Our team wants you to feel confident choosing our center for yourself or your loved one’s care. Understanding the terminology…

International Infection Prevention Week

October 2023 | General

October 15-21 is International Infection Prevention Week. Observed each third week of October, it brings attention to the role infection…

Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month

September 2023 | Awareness Day

September marks Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month, a crucial time to delve into understanding this disease and to share vital knowledge…

8 Signs It’s Time For Senior Living

June 2023 | General

8 Signs It’s Time For Senior Living  Wondering whether it’s the right time for a loved one to transition to…

Understanding the Types Care at Stone County Rehabilitation & Nursing Center

June 2023 | General

At Stone County Rehabilitation & Nursing Center, we are committed to helping our patients achieve their healthcare goals during their…

National Diabetes Week & What You Need to Know

June 2023 | General

Every 23 seconds, someone in the U.S. is diagnosed with diabetes. Those living with diabetes face many obstacles in their…

Spring – Get Out & Get Moving

May 2023 | General

  With spring on the horizon, it could not be a better time to get your daily dose of fresh…

Holiday Feasting: One Helping or Two?

December 2018 | Article

Letter from the Medical Director Say “the holidays” to just about anyone and one of the first things that will…

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