Wellness & Personal Care Center
Mount Vernon Towers offers a Wellness & Personal Care Center, known as PCC that is a dedicated care facility with 26 beds and is an outstanding option for post-surgery recovery, respite, and long-term care. The Wellness Department offers high-quality care with caring employees, security and assistance in comfortable residential setting.
Wellness & Personal Care Center offers long-term care as long as residents are:
- Deemed appropriate by their primary care physician
- Are able to assist with activities of daily living (dressing, eating, and mobility) and
- Are able to communicate their needs and wishes.
Services and Therapies
A dentist, podiatrist, dermatologist and a hearing specialist all visit regularly to provide services. Skilled nursing is available from outside healthcare providers. Rehab therapies are available through outside vendors including physical therapy, speech therapy, and occupational therapy.
Ann Peterson, Director of Wellness & Personal Care (PCC)
Our committed staff is available to meet the needs of our residents 24 hours a day. We provide a warm, nurturing environment with kind caregivers who are vigilant, and who observe and monitor the residents’ conditions and report any changes to me immediately.
If any condition is out of the realm of our expertise that we offer, we get the right providers involved. I am on call 24/7.”
To discuss convalescent or respite short or long-term care, please call 404.255.3534
Our family cannot say enough about the excellent care and attention provided to our mother by the PCC facility and staff. Since mom moved upstairs to the PCC more than 1-1/2 years ago, the entire PCC staff has consistently demonstrated professionalism, attentiveness to mom’s needs and wants, excellent judgment on diagnosing conditions and actions to take, promptness and follow-up, thorough communications with mom and the family, encouragement for mom to maintain an active schedule and alertness, etc. We continue to be very impressed by the loving and dedicated nature of the staff, who clearly cares about the well-being and happiness of mom and evidently of all residents in the PCC. The family feels so fortunate that mom is receiving absolutely the best care and attention possible.”
George, John, Gary, and Ann