Evangelical Home - Saline

440 West Russell Street
Saline, Michigan 48176
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Amy Hein & Colleen Studer




12/18/2012 11:12:00 AM
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12/18/2012 11:12:00 AM
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Nestled just outside beautiful downtown Saline, Evangelical Home – Saline is part of an engaged and active community offering 24 hour nursing services and support, including short-term rehabilitation, long-term care, memory and hospice care. Our residents and families enjoy a wide breadth of activities, services, and amenities provided with the expertise and compassion that is a hallmark of Evangelical Homes of Michigan. We welcome you to visit us for a tour or call for more information – we look forward to sharing our community with you and your loved one.

Evangelical Home accepts many payer types including: Medicare, Medicare HMO's, Medicaid, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Aetna, AARP and many more.

Admitted to Evangelical Home from the Hospital

If you are being admitted from a qualifying hospital stay, typically Medicare will pay the first twenty days at 100%, and from day 21 to day 100 Medicare will only cover a portion of your stay as long as all Medicare guidelines are met. Any portion not covered by Medicare can be submitted to a secondary insurance plan.

Admitted from Home

If you are being admitted from home, Medicare and secondary insurance plans generally will not cover your stay with us. You could use Medicaid coverage or privately pay for your stay.

General Medicare Information:

The key to understanding Medicare is that it provides reimbursement care for a specific time and is not intended to be utilized for long-term insurance coverage. The maximum benefit period is 100 days, but your medical condition may not qualify you to receive this length of coverage.

Medicare benefits apply under the following circumstances:

  • The patient spends three consecutive days in an acute care hospital, not including the day of discharge.
  • A physician certifies that the patient requires skilled or rehabilitative care.

Services typically covered by Medicare include:

  • Patient room
  • Meals, including therapeutic diets
  • Nursing care
  • Rehabilitation services
  • Medication
  • Medical supplies
  • Use of adaptive equipment and appliances
  • Ancillary services, such as laboratory tests and x-rays

Disclaimer: Terms and conditions do apply. Insurance information stated on this website is not a guarantee of covered benefit. Contact our Admissions and Marketing Department for more information.


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