Skilled Nursing Home for Residents

Exceptional care.
Exclusively for Edgewood Summit residents.

Rest easy knowing you’re in the right place: Charleston’s only option for a full continuum of long-term care. At the Arthur B. Hodges Center at Edgewood Summit, short- and long-term skilled nursing services are designed to help residents reach their highest potential. Innovative programming strives to improve all aspects of life — physical, cognitive, emotional, social and spiritual.

And the setting! With expansive vistas, there’s an uplifting therapeutic quality to our beautiful mountaintop location.

Unlike other nursing home options, our services are reserved exclusively to Edgewood Summit residents — including the amenities and hospitality that distinguish our community in Charleston, WV.

Services and amenities

In addition to all the services and amenities at Edgewood Summit, skilled nursing and rehabilitation at The Arthur B. Hodges Center includes:

  • Spacious private suites with a full, private bath for each resident
  • 24/7 licensed and registered nursing care
  • 24/7 emergency response
  • Physician services on call 24/7
  • Three chef-prepared meals daily in consultation with a registered dietitian
  • Regularly scheduled housekeeping, laundry and linen services
  • Post-surgical care
  • Orthopedic and neurologic rehabilitation
  • On-site physical, speech and occupational therapies
  • Care coordination and community transition support

Resident centered care

Within a close partnership with each resident, their family and physician, our team develops an individualized plan of care to support maximum independence.

Families are always welcome at The Arthur B. Hodges Center, bringing the unique comfort only loved ones can provide.

View our skilled nursing activities calendar

Frequently asked questions

It’s specifically for Edgewood Summit residents who need greater care while recovering from a hospital stay, or for those who need longer-term care. Compassionate services are provided around the clock by trained professionals. Long-term care refers to a variety of services that help meet both the medical and nonmedical needs of people with a chronic illness or disability who can’t care for themselves for long periods of time. Many require the assistance with basic activities that most of us can do for ourselves, such as eating, medication management, bathing and dressing.

Skilled care can occur over a short period of time (100 days or less), usually after a hospitalization. This is health care provided when you need nursing or rehabilitation staff to manage, observe and evaluate your medical situation. Services include changing sterile dressings and physical therapy. The goal is to have professional care until one can regain the independence needed to return to their prior living arrangement.

To learn more about skilled nursing at Edgewood Summit, please complete the form on this page. We’ll respond to your request promptly.