At The Laurels of Sandy Creek, it is our mission to create a legacy by exceeding the needs and expectations of those we serve while embracing The Laurel Way. We understand that caring is more than providing excellent medical and guest services. It also includes being a companion and treating each guest with the utmost dignity, respect, and compassion.
"The Laurel Way of Caring" can be found in a warm smile, a kind word, or a comforting touch. We are passionate about our mission, and it is reflected in the letters we receive from guests and family members.
"It's a comfort to know that my Mom is being loved and cared for by the great therapists and well trained staff at The Laurels of Sandy Creek. I have told my children that this is the kind of home I would want to be in if I ever need care."
"When I came to The Laurels of Sandy Creek, I was very weak. The therapists are very good at what they do. I now have my muscle tone back and have been able to return home. The Laurels of Sandy Creek saved my life!"
"When I needed therapy after back surgery, I knew just where I needed to go. The Laurels of Sandy Creek is like a second home to me now!"
"All the staff was courteous and friendly and they sure keep it nice and clean. The food they served was so good that I wanted my picture taken with someone from the kitchen!"
"After having a couple of strokes, I needed to get my strength built back up. You can't beat the treatment I got here. The therapy they gave was great and now I am able to go back home."
"I like it here because it feels like home to me. The staff is very friendly and they provide great care to me. The therapy team is kind, caring and they push me to do my absolute best. Anytime I need something, I simply ask and it’s taken care of immediately."
The Laurels treats you like you are a 'mother' or 'grandmother'."
"The Laurels has been a great experience for me! I was nervous about having to come for therapy, but the therapy department has been wonderful to me. The staff is so friendly, caring and truly wants the best for you. There were many days that I just wanted to give up because it was too hard but they kept me going! I was unable to walk on my own where I arrived and within 3 weeks, I am scheduled to "walk" out of here to return home."