Hill Top Home of Comfort
A Non-Profit Corporation

Hill Top Home of Comfort is excited to be considered as a living option for you or your loved one.

To assist you in planning for the future of your/your loved one's stay here, requirements for admission are outlined below.

 

REQUIREMENTS TO BE MET PRIOR TO ADMISSION:


1.  NURSING HOME APPLICATION.   We prefer that this be completed before you move into Hill Top Home.

 

2.  NURSING HOME HISTORY AND PHYSICAL.  It is a must that you have a local physician who can come to Hill Top Home to see you while you live here.  To assist you in finding a doctor, refer to the list of doctors who make visits to Hill Top below.  After you have decided upon a doctor, you need to make an appointment with him/her WITHIN 5 DAYS OF YOUR ADMISSION to Hill Top.  At this time, he/she will complete a written history and physical.

 

It is very important that your doctor completes the history and physical 5 days before you come in.  Without the history and physical admission to Hill Top Home of Comfort is not possible.

 

BRING IN THE FOLLOWING PREFERABLY BEFORE OR ON THE DAY OF ADMISSION:

 

1.  Social Security Card.

 

2.  Medicare Card.

 

3.  Medicare Part D (drug plan) card.

 

4.  Copy of Living Will, Durable Power of Attorney or Power of Attorney, if you have any of these Advance Directives in place.  (We can make copies for you)

 

5.  Long Term Insurance Policy and information. (We will make a copy for our files).

 

6.  Recommended admission items, for example, clothing, etc.- list below.

 

 

ADMISSION TIMES 10:00 A.M.  - 2:00 P.M. 

MONDAY - FRIDAY

If you have further questions, please contact

Donna Rohr, SSD at (701) 764-5682.


 

Clothing List:

RECOMMENDED ADMISSION ITEMS:

4-5 CHANGES OF CLOTHING

All clothing must be Permanent Press, machine washable and machine dryable.  If the resident wishes to retain items labeled "dry clean," the family or resident is responsible for taking items to the dry cleaner and resulting charges.  We can not be responsible for dry cleanable clothing that is accidentally laundered.

            

1 coat or jacket                          3-4 nightgowns or pajamas

1 sweater                                    7 prs. panties or undershorts

3-4 bras or camisoles              5 pr. Hose, socks or anklets, etc.

7 undershirts (men)                  4-5 shirts/blouses

4-5 pants                                      7 hankies, preferred

1 belt                                             1 comb

1 hairbrush                                  1 scarf or cap

1 pr. Gloves                                 electric razor (Men)

1 bathrobe                                   1 pair of shoes

1 pair of slippers

 

RESIDENT PREFERENCES FOR THE FOLLOWING:

Books                                      radio                            

clock                                        television  

framed pictures and/or albums 

chair (vinyl preferred).

 

*The size of the room and storage areas must be kept in mind when belongings are brought to the Home.  State law requires that clothing hang freely and that clutter is kept at a minimum in order that proper cleaning and disinfecting procedures can be followed.

 

DOCTOR LIST:

 

Great Plains Clinic

Sims & 9th St. W

Dickinson, ND  58601

Phone #:  701-483-6017

 

     FAMILY PRACTICE: 

         Cory Rathgeber, M.D.

      

       INTERNAL MEDICINE:                   

                               Bruce Olin, M.D.

         Mark Hinrichs, M.D.

Donna Rohr,SSD

socialservices@hthc.org