Life Happens at Brentwood

Brentwood is a proud member of National Health Care Associates. As part of the National family, we not only offer short-term and long-term care services, but we are able to connect our residents and their families with a community of providers across the care continuum. This approach offers the full support needed for our guests to become a better, brighter, and stronger version of themselves.

A Mission to Believe In

Our mission is to provide our residents and their families with superior care delivered by staff dedicated to the principles of kindness, compassion, service, and excellence. We do this in an environment that nurtures individuality and dignity, and appreciates the value of those who serve. 

We believe that life, at all stages and with all of its challenges, is a precious gift to be shared and celebrated. It is our privilege to participate in the lives of our residents, their friends, and families by offering them not only physical, but emotional care, comfort, and support.

Center Leadership

Center Administrator

Tom Nick

Tom Nick, Administrator at Brentwood, is a seasoned Licensed Nursing Home Administrator with over 30 years of experience. Tom utilizes his award-winning expertise as an administrator to enhance patient outcomes and improve operational efficiency across departments. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work from Mercyhurst University.

Payment Sources

Brentwood Center for Health and Rehabilitation accepts a wide range of insurance and payment sources including the following:

  • Medicare
  • Medicaid
  • Private / Self Pay
  • Private insurers and HMO providers

Contact us directly for a current list of providers.

Passport™—Our Approach to Better Health

Our Passport approach to better health is a promise to deliver the best care and safely transition individuals throughout their healthcare journey. Passport connects our residents with the right clinical and rehabilitation care while they’re staying with us in order to best support their recovery and treatment. We also extend this continuum of care beyond our walls to ensure residents achieve their care goals once they return home.

Passport to Home

As part of our Passport approach, we offer a post-discharge transitional care program called Passport to Home.

Passport to Home goals:

  • Close the gap between care at facilities and care at home
  • Ensure patients are fully supported throughout their transition to, and once home
  • Improve access to providers in the community to support recovery goals
  • Reduce preventable hospitalizations

Our patient-centered home health care includes:

  • Nurse Practitioner Visit Within 24-48 Hours
  • Telehealth Visits
  • Remote Patient Monitoring
  • Chronic Care Management
  • Educational Materials
  • At-Home Therapy Extenders