Tabitha Residences—Crete

Tabitha in Crete—Skilled Nursing and Long-Term Care

About

When choosing a long-term care community, it must feel like home. Tabitha Residences—Skilled Nursing and Long-Term Care located in Crete is the first of its kind located in a rural community in Nebraska. The campus includes two residential-style houses that are designed with dignity.

These innovative homes offer Senior-centered care with the support of an exceptional nursing team. Amenities include:

  • Comfortable, residential design
  • Around-the-clock nursing and caregiving support
  • Large, private suites featuring private bathrooms
  • Home-cooked meals
  • Warm, community living room with contemporary décor and cozy hearth
  • Outdoor patio and courtyard-style green space

Location

Douglas House and House 2 (yet to be named) are located in the Tabitha in Crete campus.

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Why Tabitha

Throughout the residences, Seniors flourish in a restriction-free environment where they can be fully themselves with the freedom to direct their own lifestyle, including meal times, social activities relaxation and more. This revolutionary, residential environment complemented by Tabitha’s renowned quality of care has proven to result in better clinical outcomes, reduced hospitalization and an unprecedented satisfaction among Seniors who are proud to call these communities home. 

Resources

Want to learn more about Tabitha in Crete's innovative residential-style long-term care communities? Contact a Tabitha Continuum Navigator today or call 402.486.8520 for more information. We’ll connect you with the Tabitha resources that best fit your own or your loved one’s aging journey.

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