Welcome to Regency at Canton
Regency at Canton offers short-term sub-acute rehabilitation, skilled nursing and long-term care. Our goal is to provide the highest standard of care in a warm and welcoming environment. Whether your need is for short or long-term, our team is committed to your health, comfort and well-being.About Us
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Ciena Healthcare is a leading innovator and provider of skilled nursing and rehabilitation care services.
Our Centers offer a full spectrum of post-hospital stay services that you may need following a hospital discharge, from a short-term rehabilitation stay to long term nursing care. Ciena's clinical programs are designed to reduce hospitalizations so you can focus on achieving your individual goals whether it’s returning home or staying with us for your long term care needs.
High Quality Standards
It is our honor to serve our residents that are in need of long-term care and short-term rehabilitative services. It is our vision to be the industry leader by offering new perspectives and innovations and adhering to quality standards that not only exceed regulatory compliance but also achieve excellence.
Regency at Canton accepts many different insurance plans. Please contact your insurance representative and our staff if you do not see your insurance plan. Our participation in an insurance plan does not guarantee payment for services provided. Please verify coverage.
We make it our mission to serve our patients and residents. We are looking for employees who are passionate about providing care or services in our Centers. We offer a variety of benefits that may include: competitive salary, health insurance, paid time off, employee life insurance, career ladder programs, and 401K plan plus matching.
Ruth"Ruth was admitted to the hospital because she had an Aortic Aneurysm and had to have surgery to correct the problem. Unfortunately several complications occurred shortly after surgery, she had a heart attack and colon issues. Ruth ended up needing a feeding tube in her stomach because she wasn’t able to eat and was completely bed bound when she transferred from the hospital to Regency at Canton.
Jane"Jane came to Regency at Canton after a car accident in her beloved Mustang. She was hospitalized for several days because she fractured her pelvis and ribs, and had all over body soreness and weakness. When she first arrived at Regency she was pretty much bed bound and unable to move. Jane explains, “I’ve been to other rehabilitation centers in the past, but my son toured and was very impressed. He told me he thought he found a beautiful place for me to go to get better and walk again”. Since her stay at Regency at Canton, Jane states “I feel like I can live independently again in my home of 55 years with my darling cat. I wasn’t sure if it was possible after such a traumatic experience since I am now 90 years old!” When asked about the staff at Regency at Canton, Jane is excited to say, “The nurses are dedicated to the patients emotional and physical needs and far surpassed all of my expectations”. She goes on to say, “The therapy staff is outstanding! They are so devoted to their patients and I can’t thank them enough for giving me back my independence.” “I truly want to thank everyone at Regency at Canton for everything they have done for me. I will miss them greatly, but will be happy to come back to visit soon.”"
Sandi"Sandi and her husband Bob were in the midst of remodeling their kitchen when they took a trip to the hardware for more supplies. She was in the bed of the truck helping her husband unload when she fell off the tailgate breaking her tibia and fibula. She went to St Joseph Mercy Hospital and had to have surgery which included a bone graft, plate and screws.
Helene"Helene’s osteoarthritis in her knee was gradually getting worse and worse. She tried everything known to man to try to reduce the pain and improve her mobility, including steroid shots and Synvisc shots to try to help rebuild the cartilage in her knee. Nothing worked, “My knee was still grinding bone on bone and I was in so much pain that I could barely walk or get out of my car!” “I used to be able to shop all day long, but towards the end I was limited to only about 2 hours and wouldn’t dare trying to walk through a mall, one of my favorite places”. “My Occupational Therapist Jill was great! My Physical Therapist Syed was wonderful too. He taught me to work through the pain and pushed me to strive harder when I wanted to give up.” Helene adds, “All of the nursing staff was fantastic, especially my nurses Roxane and Niki and Nursing Assistants Natasha and Ashley. They knew all of the things that I like and made sure that I had them before I even asked.” Helene exclaims, “100% I would recommend Regency at Canton to anyone and everyone I know! Now that I came to Regency at Canton for rehabilitation, I don’t understand how people can go home right after surgery. Regency offers the staff and equipment you need to get better as fast as possible to return home to your independence.”"
Ken"Ken was an adventurous 25 year old that loved Motocross dirt bike racing! During one race however, he was forced to put his leg out as a kickstand to prevent a fall which resulted in his leg being “twisted then run over” by another dirt bike! He missed two weeks of work as a result and fortunately wasn’t bothered again until five years ago. By that time, arthritis had set into the entire leg making daily responsibilities and activities that he enjoyed, particularly his part-time job post early retirement from Ford Motor in 2007, spending time with his grandkids, and working on cars more difficult and increasingly painful.