We are a recipient of the Laurel Legacy Award and Laurel Way Award for exceeding company standards and expectations of high customer and employee satisfaction, low employee turnover and active community involvement
We are a recipient of the Finnerty Award for excellence in facility maintenance, appearance and fiscal management
A Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Center
Located just north of historic downtown Worthington, Ohio, The Laurels of Worthington is a 95-bed skilled nursing and rehabilitation center offering a friendly, comfortable living environment and some of the most comprehensive health care programs in greater Columbus.
We tailor our short-term respite, rehabilitation, and hospice care to the specific needs of each individual. We fashion a unique care plan for each rehab guest that speeds the journey from hospital to home.
As a Guest at The Laurels of Worthington, whether you are staying for a short time or long term, you'll receive clinical expertise from our whole team focused on your unique healthcare plan. You can rest assured you'll receive care that has been measured to exceed both the standards of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid and the American Healthcare Association.
We hold a 5 Star ranking overall with 5 Star Ranking in Quality Measures and 4 Star Ranking in Health Inspections by CMS which is based on a specific set of clinical data measures laid out by CMS. Additionally, The Laurels of Worthington is a proud recipient of the 2017 Bronze AHCA/NCAL National Quality Award, which signifies our continual commitment to quality of care for all of our Guests.
The Laurels of Worthington is widely known for the long-term care and rehab we offer guests in our secured Memory Care Unit. Our team of professionals is specially trained to work with people who have Alzheimer's disease and other types of dementia. We offer 12 hours of programming each day, and we continually train our staff to maximize each guest's potential.
We provide a complete range of services for patients that are unable to return home after a hospitalization. Our programs provide a safe transition from hospital to home with a depth of services that typically can not be provided through home health care or by family members.Learn More
Extended and long-term care stays are appropriate for individuals that require greater levels of care and support than can be provided at home or within an independent living setting. Our guests typically need assistance with their daily activities due to physical and/or cognitive limitations.Learn More
Short-term respite stays offer a family or caregiver a short-term reprieve from the demands of around-the-clock care. Our twenty-four hour nursing care at our skilled nursing facilities assures that all medications are taken on time and any necessary medical treatments are provided.Learn More
Palliative care provides comprehensive symptom management along with guest and family support when cure-oriented treatment is no longer possible or desired. Within a palliative plan of care, emphasis is placed on guest comfort and emotional well-being.Learn More
You are sure to enjoy your fine dining experience with us. We are proud of our nutritious and appetizing meals serviced in a fine dining atmosphere. Our dining philosophy enables you to experience the service and selections you would expect in a nice restaurant.Learn More
We can bring joy to your life through companionship, activities, and laughter. We will establish an individualized activity program and you will receive a monthly calendar that features all of the scheduled events, times and locations so you can plan your activities in advance.Learn More
“I personally would recommend The Laurels of Worthington to any individual or family in need of the services which they provide.”
“The people at The Laurels of Worthington are very caring about the guests. With hard work and their skillful help, I came out of my program almost completely recovered!”
“When I came to The Laurels of Worthington, I couldn't walk. In my time there, I had great therapy, made new friends, and went home walking on my own.”