Care Services

At Alamo Heights Health and Rehabilitation Center, we are committed to working with our residents to meet their individual health care and rehabilitation needs. We know that treating the person as a whole involves more than their medical treatments.

  • Alzheimer’s Care/Secured Unit
  • Bariatric Care
  • Bi-pap
  • C-pap
  • Dementia Care
  • Hemo Dialysis – transportation to appointments only
  • HIV/AIDS Care
  • Hospice/Palliative Care
  • I.V. Therapy
  • J-Tubes
  • Long Term Care
  • NG Tubes
  • Ostomy Care and Management
  • Pharmacy, Xray and Lab Services
  • PICC Lines
  • ndependent Registered Dietician
  • Rehabilitation PT/OT/ST
  • Respiratory Care
  • Respite Care
  • TPN Management
  • Wander Guard
  • Wound Vac
  • 24-Hour Nursing Care
  • Skilled Nursing Care
  • Pain Management
  • Family and Resident Counseling
  • Nutritional and Dietary Support
  • Tracheotomy Care

Specialty Services


A team of therapists, under the direction of an independent physiatrist and the support of certified therapy assistants, develop a plan of care for each patient. We offer Physical, Occupational and Speech therapies. Therapy is offered up to three (3) hours a day and up to six (6) days a week depending on the resident’s need and as ordered by their physician.


Under the direction of an independent wound care physician, our licensed wound care nurses work seven (7) days a week for residents requiring treatment for complex wounds, including but not limited to post-operative wound sites, diabetic and decubitus ulcers.


The facility’s Pulmonary Rehab Program manages the unique needs of residents with tracheotomies. Under the direction of an independent pulmonologist, a respiratory therapist works with specially trained, licensed nurses to continually monitor this resident population. Our services include, but are not limited to, accommodating residents with tracheotomies, t-pieces, bi-pap and c-pap therapy.

Our Staff

Our staff members are trained to care for individuals with varying needs, from residents who need basic assistance with their activities of daily living to those who require more complex medical care. We know that treating the whole person involves more than medical treatments.