Cedar Springs Health & Rehabilitation Center is pleased to be ranked as one of U.S. News and World Report's Best Nursing Homes of 2014. We are a leading provider of long-term skilled nursing care and short-term rehabilitation solutions. Our 71 bed center offers a full continuum of services and care focused around each individual in today's ever-changing health care environment.
Cedar Springs Health & Rehabilitation Center has been serving Ozaukee and Northern Milwaukee counties since 1995. We are located in the charming city of Cedarburg, five miles from St. Mary's Ozaukee Hospital. Our center is Medicare and Medicaid certified.
Cedar Springs Received the American Society of Interior Designers 2008 Design Award
“Before I came to Cedar Springs I was a flight attendant for 30 years and living in an independent apartment when my health took a turn for the worse. When I arrived at Cedar Springs I was suffering from sepsis, pneumonia, a broken knee, and was under-weight. The therapists in the building are an outstanding group of professionals. The dining department made wonderful food that allowed me to gain weight back. The activities department brought laughter and fun back into my life and allowed me to make many unexpected friendship – something that had been missing for a long time. Every member of the staff was so kind and welcoming that it made my experience a beautiful one and one that I had not expected."
- Faye K., Rehab Graduate
"I've always been pleased with Cedar Springs. The therapists especially do an excellent job. When I needed rehab this time, I really wanted to come back here, even though there was another facility closer to home."
- Florence McLaughlin, Mequon, WI
"Recipients of our Quality Award reflect the long term care profession's commitment to meeting customers' needs through a process of continuous quality improvement. Increasingly, through programs such as Advancing Excellence in America's Nursing Homes campaign, providers recognize how this translates into enhanced quality of care and quality of life for their residents."
- Bruce Yarwood, AHCA/NCAL President and CEO