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HOUSING TYPES

  • Long-Term Care

    Care provided on a long term basis

  • Rehabilitation Care

    Temporary care that rehabilitates

  • Respite Care

    Short term care

  • Skilled Nursing Facilities

    SNF’s monitor patients around the clock


Welcome to Clovernook Healthcare. At Clovernook, we are committed to resident satisfaction and providing services which recognize the specific needs of each person in our care. Clovernook is on the outskirts of town with a lovely neighborhood setting. Clovernook is a 119 bed skilled nursing care facility in Cincinnati, Ohio. In addition to long term care, we also provide short term rehabilitation and respite care.

We offer an environment which encourages independence, creativity, and personal growth. Residents at Clovernook enjoy a comprehensive activity program which includes bingo, musical entertainment, card games, religious services, shopping trips, monthly entertainment, and much more. Amenities include beauty treatments at our salon, home cooked meals, private and semi-private rooms, cable access, beautifully landscaped grounds, housekeeping and laundry services and single level accommodations.

Clovernook is conveniently located off West Galbraith Road in Cincinnati, Ohio and surrounded by peaceful countryside.

Lifestyle Amenities

  • Controlled Building Entry
  • Emergency Notification System
  • Furnished Meals
  • Housekeeping Services
  • Private Rooms

Medical Services

  • Medication Administration
  • Occupational Therapy
  • On Site Home Care
  • Physical Therapy
  • Registered Nurses
  • Speech Therapy

Funding Sources

  • Medicaid
  • Medicare
  • Private Funds

Testimonials

At Clovernook Healthcare I have witnessed the elevator down for service at dinner time with the Conga Line of personnel handing the trays up the staircases with the help of Ron and Rita in Activities smiling and making light of the situation. Another evening there was a Tornado Warning and there was Rene and the STNA’s bringing residents into the hallways, drapes were closed, and a head count taken. Well Done Clovernook, Well Done!!!

Ed N.