Rehabilitation and Skilled Nursing Facility
LASATA CARE CENTER, owned and operated by Ozaukee County since 1966, is a 120 bed facility providing rehabilitation, skilled and long term care services.
All of our beds are certified for Medicaid(T19) and Medicare(T18) services. We accept various payer sources. We contract with MJ Care Therapy and they offer a full range of therapy services. We can treat short-term, medically unstable, and residents recovering from surgery or injury as well as long-term residents coping with chronic conditions. Services include speech, occupational, and physical therapy.
We have 26 private rehabilitation suites that include private phones, a flat screen TV, electric lift chair, comfy bed, neutral decor, an armoire, dresser, and nightstand. A table and chair for visitors is also provided. Every room is wired for cable TV and has an emergency call system. We have a full service beauty shop and a chapel where we hold several denominational services. We have a greenhouse for residents to grow flowers and vegetables that are planted in our wheelchair accessible gardens as a part of our expanding Horticultural Therapy program.
Our 24-hour nursing service can accommodate IV’s, tube feedings, ostomy, palliative, Alzheimer’s and dementia care. We have outside consultants that come to Lasata to treat you so you do not have to travel or leave our building. These services include dental, podiatry, audiology, optometry, psychiatric, psychological, respiratory and hospice care.
Lasata has a Resident Council that meets with the Administrator on a monthly basis to discuss common issues, to stay informed and to help make changes in facility procedures, programs and services. Our Activities department offers a full range of programs to meet everyone's interests. We offer rec room spaces for special family gatherings.
Lasata Care Center is a member of LeadingAge Wisconsin, an organization of over 300 non-profit nursing homes, retirement centers, assisted living and independent apartments serving seniors, as well as the Wisconsin Association of County Homes (WACH), an organization of all county owned nursing homes in Wisconsin.