Long Term Care

It Feels Like Home

“There’s no place like home” but when the time arrives in a person’s life that there is a need for long-term care, Williamsburg strives to be the next best thing to home by providing quality, family-centered care given by compassionate caregivers to include comfort care if needed during an individual’s final days of life. We are a family owned facility that has been around since 1985. We are licensed by the Indiana State Department of Health, certified by both Medicaid and Medicare, and specialize in ventilator care. We are not a licensed assisted living facility (residential care facility) but are licensed as a comprehensive care facility. That means we can provide long term nursing services, or short or long term rehabilitation services.  Assisted living is a lower level of care than here.

Our goal at Williamsburg is to provide a single high standard of quality of care for all of our residents. We offer a 116 bed facility, with a homelike atmosphere. We take the time and make the effort to provide each resident with the rehabilitation they require to reach their potential and keep their momentum going. Our friendly and experienced staff has a patient comes first attitude and we provide nursing, medical, social, recreational and psychological services to our residents. Our facility promotes wellness and we keep our residents engaged to ensure they are getting the most out of their life in our long-term care facility.

Long Term Care ADL needs

In order to meet nursing home level of care (long term care level of care) a person must need some assistance with activities of daily living (ADL). Long-term care includes a range of services that our staff would provide to you and or your loved ones.

Assistance may be provided for everyday tasks such as:

  • Dressing
  • Bathing
  • Grooming
  • Using the restroom
  • Transferring to bed, couch, chair
  • Walking
  • Eating
  • Incontinence care

We also assist in daily activities that you or your loved one may struggle with such as:

  • Housekeeping services
  • Money management
  • Monitoring/administration of medications
  • Coordinating patient care with physicians
  • Preparation of all meals
  • Meal clean up
  • Monitoring medical conditions
  • Shopping
  • Using technology such as phones, televisions, computers

Care You Cannot Receive at Home

At Williamsburg Healthcare, we provide the comfort of knowing you or your loved one has nursing care and assistance 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Whether you or your loved one is transferring from care in a hospital, another long-term care facility or were recommended by your physician to receive long-term care, we are here to help with all of your needs. Our residents also have the opportunity to engage in social, recreational, and therapeutic activities every day of the week.


At Williamsburg Healthcare, our staff is a gifted group of individuals who have the same goal in mind. We want the best care for our residents and to provide them with a safe and comfortable atmosphere. We employ physicians, registered nurses, pharmacists, dietitians, therapists, social workers and a strong support staff. They are specially trained and/or licensed in adult medicine, geriatrics, rehabilitation nursing and restorative nursing.

Contact us!

We want your or your loved ones stay to be the most comfortable that it can be. If there are any questions or concerns that you may have regarding our long-term care facility, please feel free to contact us. One of our trained staff members will be happy to explain our process and the preparation for your or your loved one’s long-term care. We provide the comfort of knowing you or your loved one has nursing care and assistance 24 hours a day, 7 day a week. We want our seniors and their families to understand the options that they have and all of the decisions that they will be making before entering a long-term care facility. We understand that the situation can be complicated and many items may be confusing. At Williamsburg Healthcare, our goal is to present the critical information about our facility so our residents can find the professional and compassionate care they deserve. Please feel free to call us at 765-364-0363 for any other questions that you may have for us.