Mill Run Rehabilitation Center, Skilled Nursing & Assisted Living

  • Personalized. Uncompromised. Healthcare.

    Personalized. Uncompromised. Healthcare.

  • Leading the way

    Leading the way in customer satisfaction. 

  • 5 stars

    Rated 5 stars on Medicare.gov.

  • Post-hospital wing

    Experience our state of the art post-hospital rehabilitation wing.

  • Where to recover

    Discover where to recover between the hospital and your home.

Experience the difference!

Discover where to recover between the hospital and your home. If you or someone you love needs post-hospital rehabilitation and nursing services, you are looking for a provider you can trust. Skilled, experienced professionals who will care for you or your loved one with the kind of commitment, respect and dignity that you would. People with integrity. It is the difference you will find at Mill Run Rehabilitation Center, Skilled Nursing & Assisted Living.

Located in Hilliard, just off of Fishinger Road, Mill Run offers post-hospital rehabilitation and nursing services, long term care and assisted living. Hospice and respite care services are also available.

Whether you or a loved one is coming for a short stay while recovering from a recent hospitalization or living in one of our assisted living apartments or our long term care center, it is our aim to help maximize independence and quality of life with a plan of care that is individualized to each patient.

Health & Wellness

What to Know About Flu Shots & Seniors

senior woman getting flu shot by doctorDear Dr. Dineen:

My 87-year old mother moved in with us this past summer. She is still fairly active and independent but just wasn’t safe on her own any longer. I’m trying to convince her to get a flu shot. Since she had it last year, she doesn’t want to get it again. Mom thinks if she gets it every few years she will be fine.

My concern this year is that now that she is living with us, she will be around many more people than she is used to coming in contact with during flu season. We have three teenagers and their friends are here all the time. I think it will increase the likelihood of her getting sick if she won’t get the flu vaccine.

Should I keep trying to convince her or is it really only necessary to get the shot every few years?

Kirsten

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Senior Care & Safety

Keeping Your House After Applying for Medicaid

T Woods 2015Dear Tracy:

It looks like my grandfather will soon need a nursing home. Our family has tried to help my grandmother keep him safe at home for as long as we can, but it’s becoming too dangerous for her to manage. He falls a lot and she is simply not able to help him get back on his feet.

We’ve been researching the costs of nursing homes in central Ohio, and it’s just not feasible for them financially. They live on a very fixed income. Their only real assets are their house and an older car my grandmother still drives. We’ve talked about applying for Medicaid to pay for Grandpa’s care, but we are worried they will take the house and leave my Grandma without a home.

What are the rules about Medicaid, nursing homes, income and assets in Ohio?

Danielle

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Caregiver

Ask the Expert: Benefits of a Central Ohio Assisted Living Community

cmoore JNW5539Dear Crystal:

My husband and I took our three children to visit my father in Columbus for the Thanksgiving holiday weekend. While we usually talk on the phone with him several times a week, we live in Arizona and haven’t been able to see him in person since we visited last June.

We really thought he was managing fine on his own, so we were very surprised to get to his house and discover otherwise! He has lost a considerable amount of weight. Both he and his house were looking a little rough. It’s just not typical of him.

I stayed behind after my family left for home and was able to get an appointment with his doctor. I really believed something terrible was wrong with Dad, but his doctor thinks the changes are caused by how difficult it is for him to keep up with everything around his house. His doctor recommended a move to a Columbus-area assisted living community.

With a heavy heart, I’m going to start the search this week. But I think it is important that I know the benefits of such a move. I will have a better time convincing my father that this change is a positive one if I understand how it will help him.

Any advice?

Debra

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3863 Trueman Court
Hilliard, OH 43026

(614) 345-9500
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The MacIntosh Company is an Equal Housing Opportunity provider and maintains handicap accessible facilities.

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