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Shenandoah Nursing And Rehab

339 Westminister Drive, Fishersville, VA 22939

Based on 16 reviews

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Services and Housing Options

Nursing Home, Respite, Skilled Nursing, Rehabilitation

Estimated Pricing

Estimated $6,537
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Shenandoah Nursing And Rehab Description

Since 1992, Shenandoah Nursing and Rehab has been the premier provider of health care to Fishersville, Virginia and its environs. At our nursing home near Fishersville, VA, we stand out from the rest with a unique person-centered approach to care. Our community is ideally situated near Jefferson Highway, making it effortless and enjoyable for family and friends to come visit. If you're in search of a top-notch nursing home near Fishersville, Shenandoah Nursing and Rehab is the perfect choice. They provide customized care plans to help those under their supervision regain independence!

Our mission is to ensure our senior rehabilitation patients are swiftly and securely returned home. Saber's therapists are the cream of the crop - unparalleled in their expertise! No matter the situation, our expert team will create a personalized treatment plan to help you reach your optimal level of health - whether that be through physical therapy for improved mobility or rehabilitation following an injury, stroke or surgery.

Skilled Nursing
At our facility, we pride ourselves on providing top-notch elderly care with a collaborative effort between physicians, nurses and support staff. Our 24/7 skilled nursing services are tailored to each individual's needs so that they can receive the best possible treatment every day! The Saber team shows our patients the same care and compassion they would their own family. We acknowledge that the quality of life is paramount. Our commitment to patient care shines through with our Progressive Approach to Home or PATH program, getting rehab patients home swiftly and securely.

Price Comparison

  • Estimated Facility Price: $6,537
  • Average City Price: $6,966
  • Average State Price: $6,966
  • Average National Price: $7,090
  • Ranking

  • Ranking in City: 2 out of 4 communities in Fishersville
  • Ranking in State: 222 out of 400 communities in VA
  • Parent Organization

    Shenandoah Nursing And Rehab is a member of a larger group of communities called Saber Healthcare Group

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    Rehabilitation Services and Amenities
    Shenandoah Nursing And Rehab offers rehabilitation services with physical and occupational therapy amenities to help patients regain strength, balance, range of motion, decrease pain and build confidence for independent living.

    Skilled Nursing Services and Amenities
    Shenandoah Nursing And Rehab offers 24-hour skilled nursing care, as well as post-surgical care, wound care management, pain management, IV therapy including IV antibiotics, nutritional monitoring, neurological, cardiac and stroke recovery, physical speech and occupational therapy, and pulmonary services. The facility is dedicated to providing the highest quality of care and amenities for all of their patients.


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    Employee Reviews for Saber Healthcare Group in Fishersville, Virginia

    2.67 out of 5 stars. Based on 6 reviews

    Employees of Saber Healthcare Group in the Fishersville, VA area have mixed reviews of their experience. The patients are often cited as the main reason to stay, and the staff and management are generally described as friendly and supportive. However, some employees report negative experiences such as constant criticism, lies and hearsay, bullying, and harassment. Bonuses for each department and weekly pay are seen as positives, but employees also note that they cannot take appropriate time off to care for loved ones. Poor benefits and low salaries are also mentioned as drawbacks. Advice to management includes leaving new employees alone and offering a 401k.

    Employee Reviews for Saber Healthcare Group

    2.68 out of 5 stars. Based on 827 reviews

    Employees of Saber Healthcare Group generally have positive things to say about the work environment, staff, and flexible working hours. However, there are some complaints about communication between departments, pay, lack of benefits, and lack of work-life balance. Employees also mention that there is a lack of culture, corporate does not seem to care about anything other than money, and there is no 401k match. Advice to management includes training and educating themselves and their team on certain procedures related to department goals, embracing flexibility, communicating more, listening to their team and taking their opinions seriously, encouraging feedback, promoting internally, and offering better benefits.

    Information from Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services

    This nursing community has been given an overall rating of 5 out of 5 stars by The Center for Medicare and Medicaid receiving 5 stars on its health inspection, 5 stars on its quality measures rating, and 3 stars on its staffing rating. Within the quality measure rating, each facility is given a short-stay rating and a long-stay rating. This facility received a 5-star short-stay rating and a 5-star long-stay rating. This nursing home is certified by Medicare and Medicaid and was first approved to provide Medicare and Medicaid services on 08/27/91 and is run by a for profit organization. It is a large-sized nursing community with 60 nursing beds. Currently, there are 73 residents within the nursing community. Be advised these resident occupancy numbers are not always up to date and are collected from the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services website periodically.

    Overall Ratings

    Shenandoah Nursing Home is an exceptional nursing care facility, boasting an impressive 5-star overall rating, placing itself in the top 10% of facilities nationwide. This considerable feat showcases that the standard of care provided by the institution significantly surpasses the state average. Special commendation must be given to its remarkable health inspection rating, which, like its overall rating, is a perfect 5-star, outpacing the state average by a considerable measure and placing the nursing home in the top 10% of facilities in this regard. Moreover, Shenandoah doesn't fall short in quality ranking either; with a 5-star quality rating, it situates itself in the upper echelon of facilities, specifically in the top 20% nationwide-a measure that undoubtedly exceeds the state average in quality of care.

    Staff Ratings

    Shenandoah Nursing Home does not record favourably in terms of staffing hours, falling within the bottom 40% of facilities concerning nursing aid staffing hours per resident per day, providing just 1.92 staffing hours compared to the state average of 1.94. Similarly, the home falls into the bottom half of institutions in terms of available LPN staffing hours per resident per day, with the home offering 0.82 hours, less than the state's average of 1.02. The pattern continues in terms of RN staffing hours as Shenandoah again finds itself in the bottom half, providing 0.49 RN staffing hours per resident per day as compared to the state's average of 0.6. Corresponding to this, licensed staffing hours per resident per day at Shenandoah are also in the bottom 40% of facilities at 1.31 hours, lower than the state average of 1.62. Despite these drawbacks, Shenandoah excels in the area of physical therapist staffing hours per resident per day, with the home being in the top 20% of facilities. They offer 0.14 hours which is significantly greater than the state's average of 0.08.

    Covid Data

    The Shenandoah Nursing Home is performing exceptionally well in terms of ensuring their residents and staff are up to date with the latest vaccinations. The facility falls within the top half of nursing homes in maintaining high vaccination rates among its residents. Specifically, 67.1% of its residents are vaccinated, which is notably higher than the state's average vaccination rate of 61.9%. Additionally, the Shenandoah Nursing Home is a pacesetter, ranking within the top 30% of institutions with staff who are up to date with their vaccinations. In fact, the staff's vaccination rate is a substantial 39.9%, significantly exceeding the state average of 25.9%. These statistics indicate that the Shenandoah Nursing Home is making vigorous efforts to protect the health of its residents and staff by promoting vaccine uptake.

    Quality Measures

    Shenandoah Nursing Home, with a top-of-the-line 5-star quality measure rating, provides exceptional care for its residents. The facility lies in the industry's top 20% for the administration of pneumococcal vaccine, with a full 100.0% of residents receiving the vaccine, compared to the state's lower percentage of 88.02%. Despite being in the bottom 40% in terms of residents needing increased help with daily activities, they still maintain a lower percentage (16.36%) than the state's residents requiring additional help (17.23%). Although it ranks in the bottom 20% when it comes to patients receiving an antianxiety or hypnotic medication, it's percentage (29.73%) is still higher than the state's (19.87%). The facility, remarkably, has zero residents with ulcers putting it in the top 10% compared to the state's 8.3% prevalence rate. It also stands in the top 20% of establishments for the number of residents given flu vaccines, boasting an impressive full percentage of 100.0% that overshadows the state's lower 94.02%.

    Emergency and Hospitalization Quality Measures

    Shenandoah Nursing Home operates with distinction, being ranked in the top 10% of facilities concerning hospitalizations per 1000 days with a rating of 0.5, less than the state average of 1.49. It also places in the top 40% of establishments in terms of outpatient emergency department visits per 1000 days with a score of 0.78, which is underneath the state's ratio of 1.11. However, Shenandoah falls into the bottom 40% when considering the percentage of short-stay residents who visited outpatient emergency departments, with a figure of 13.35, marginally exceeding the state's percentage of 13.11. Despite this, Shenandoah shines in recovering patients, standing in the top 20% in the metric of the percentage of short-stay residents rehospitalized after nursing home admission, with a score of 15.71, considerably lower than the state's rate of 22.09.

    Healthcare Nearby


    Augusta Health
    0.7 miles away
    Sentara RMH Medical Center
    21.6 miles away


    CVS Pharmacy
    2.7 miles away
    Kroger Pharmacy
    5.2 miles away
    Rite Aid
    7.3 miles away
    Grottoes Pharmacy
    13.7 miles away
    Wellness Concepts
    14.0 miles away


    Doctor Alan White
    6.1 miles away
    Doctor John E Boyles
    6.3 miles away
    Dental Health Associates
    21.7 miles away
    Scott A. Dunaway DDS, P.C.
    22.3 miles away
    Pediatric Dentistry
    23.3 miles away

    Essentials Nearby


    6.4 miles away

    Bus Stations

    16.2 miles away
    Bus Stop
    22.1 miles away
    1052 Southview Shelter
    22.3 miles away
    1030 Southview
    22.4 miles away
    Devon Ln & 1542 Foxhill (stop 61)
    22.5 miles away


    Food Lion
    0.6 miles away
    Sharp Shopper
    2.7 miles away
    Walmart Supercenter
    3.1 miles away
    3.3 miles away
    3.4 miles away


    Valley National Bank
    2.5 miles away
    Carter Bank & Trust
    2.9 miles away
    DuPont Community Credit Union
    3.1 miles away
    First Bank & Trust
    3.1 miles away
    First Bank and Trust
    4.6 miles away

    Things to do in the Area

    None Found


    0.2 miles away
    1.4 miles away
    Augusta County Recreation Center
    1.6 miles away
    3.8 miles away
    Ridgeview Park
    4.0 miles away


    Valley Mall
    23.3 miles away


    Old Dominion Performance Arts Studio
    4.8 miles away
    Wayne Theatre Gateway
    5.0 miles away
    Blackfriars Playhouse
    6.3 miles away
    James D Francis Auditorium
    6.3 miles away
    The Staunton Augusta Art Center
    6.4 miles away


    2.5 miles away
    Golden Corral
    3.1 miles away
    The Fishin Pig
    3.1 miles away
    Waffle House
    3.2 miles away
    Cracker Barrel
    3.2 miles away


  • High Temperature: 79°F
  • Low Temperature: 35°F
  • Average Temperature: 57.6°F
  • Day Breakdown: 164 days of rain, 20 days of snow and 180 days of sun
  • Precipitation: 2.5 inches a year
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    General Staff Rating
    Based on 7 total reviews
    Care Staff Rating
    Based on 9 total reviews
    Food Staff Rating
    Based on 1 total reviews
    Cleanliness Rating
    Based on 1 total reviews
    Activities and Services Rating
    Based on 1 total reviews
    Julia Homan

    1.0 rating

    My mother resided at Shenandoah's assisted living community from May 2013 until her death in January 2018. During that time, many of the staff became like extended family, & she generally received good care. About a month ago, my father needed skilled care, following a hospitalization. We were thrilled to find Shenandoah had an open bed, & confident he would receive quality care. To say we were greatly disappointed is putting it mildly. Dad has moderate dementia & very limited short-term memory. Using a call bell is not something he can retain. He also gets frequent urinary tract infections. Upon admission, I told staff that he would stay dry, & avoid infection, if they would go in every 4 hours, & assist him with toileting. Numerous times, we arrived to find his Depends so saturated it had spilled out onto his clothes. His skin became red & excoriated. Throughout his stay, we addressed the issue with numerous members of the nursing staff individually, the nurse manager of the unit in a care planning meeting, & the facility's nursing director. No improvement occurred. On the day he was to be discharged to an assisted living facility, I found him more confused, so weak he was slumped to the side in his wheelchair & could barely stand with the assistance of 3 people (myself & 2 CNAs), & he threw up within minutes of my arrival...symptoms that, for him, are hallmarks of infection. He also had a low-grade fever. When he further deteriorated, I asked staff to call 911 for transport to the emergency room. A short time later, the Director of Nursing arrived in the room & informed me she'd halted the 911 call, in order to first do her "own assessment." She felt that the vomiting may have been due to something he ate, & that what for him constitutes a fever (99.1°F), wasn't a particular cause for concern. She also attempted to have him stand, despite his weakness & by then, his increased shortness of breath. I immediately put a stop to that, as my Dad also has very poor heart function, & called a private ambulance service for hospital transport. After I'd made arrangements, she later offered to call 911. A day later, Dad was diagnosed with C. Diff colitis & put on antibiotics. I don't know what has happened to their quality of care in recent years, but I hope they quickly rectify it so that it again becomes safe, & no other residents experience what my dad endured.

    Glenna Hale

    1.0 rating

    Did not feel my Mom got good care. I realize because of Covid they did not want people in except for appointment but it felt like they were hiding something. Went to visit one time and found it depressing and dingy. My Mom was wheeled into the sunroom hair unkept hospital gown on instead of clothes and clearly unhappy. My Mom has dementia and I felt like they didn’t want to help her because of it. They called one day and said they were releasing her because she would not co-operate and couldn’t do anything to help her. I will say the greeter at the front door was very friendly and helpful.My sister has worked in nursing homes as a nurse and director and feels the same way and I worked in a hospital setting for 45 yrs. I would not send another family member here or give them a recommendation. Disappointed in a place that is suppose to be the best.

    Isaac Diehl

    4.0 rating

    Friendly staff, clean and in good condition, would have been a 5 except we can't unload patients under the overhang because it's too short for ambulance


    5.0 rating

    From the time my rehabilitation started to my discharge home was a very professional and well recommended experience.

    christina Hutchison

    5.0 rating

    I have worked with Shenandoah Nursing home for 4 years. They have always been awesome to work with! Their staff is superb and the facility is one of the best nursing homes in the valley. I would recommend them to anyone including my own family!

    Wendy Alphin

    5.0 rating

    My mom was here and i couldn't ask for any better place.

    Heather Snow

    2.0 rating

    I don’t usually write reviews but in this instance I feel like I need to because others need to know that this facility is not what it used to be. My grandmother was there several years ago after a knee replacement and she did very well there and the facility was great; no complaints whatsoever. My other grandmother however, was there in November and December of 2018 and for us the overall experience was terrible. During her stay, things were stolen, there were a couple of therapists that were hateful talking and pushed my grandmother so hard on her exercises that she was unable to stand for the rest of the day. We witnessed times that other residents were neglected during meal times. When it was very clear that they needed help being fed, they were instead left to fend for themselves and thus spilling most of their food and not able to eat a full meal. Once when the aid didn’t realize anyone else was around my mother overheard a resident ask for assistance with her meal. The aid then rudely refused to help her then proceeded to announce down the hallway to coworkers that she couldn’t believe that the resident would ask such a thing. Lastly, not long before my grandmother (who has dementia) was scheduled to leave, she took a bad fall that resulted in broken ribs and irreversible trauma to her body and mind. An aid left her in the room by herself while she was in the process of getting dressed that morning. She was supposed to have her shoes on but instead stood up in her stocking feet and slipped on the tile floor. I could go on with more stories of neglect but I hope I have made my point with what I have shared. There were great, caring, knowledgeable CNAs and nurses there, for which we are very grateful but overall I’m sorry to say I would never recommend this facility to anyone.

    Deborah Bulissa

    5.0 rating

    My mom was here off and on for 2 months before passing. During that time, she was treated with great care by all and I was made to feel like family. I used to have such negative feelings about nursing facilities, but Shenandoah has restored my faith. Most of staff has been there for a long time which says a lot. I'd recommend to anyone.

    Dave Burton

    3.0 rating

    Lori Sholes

    5.0 rating

    The staff at Shenandoah provided excellent care to my Aunt who was able to recover and return home. My Uncle remains at the facility for long term care. The staff provide excellent care and compassion to him daily.

    Adreana Sprouse

    2.0 rating

    Things keep going missing and no one can tell us where they are going and who is doing it. Trust, honesty, and communication are crucial.

    Mariah Alexis

    5.0 rating

    Wendy Alphin

    5.0 rating

    marion minnis

    5.0 rating

    I was in the nursing home podt back surgery. I hot the best csre possible. I am a Registered Nurse. I know good care!

    Karen Pience

    5.0 rating

    My dad has been a resident for 2 years. The staff is very kind and understanding. There is one CNA he calls "Number 1" because she told him that his needs, not her wishes, are #1. Most of the nurses he has reflect that level of caring. Our physician said it is the only place he would put his father.

    Kimberly Burandt

    5.0 rating

    Health and Fire Safety Deficiencies

    The Center for Medicare and Medicaid report report health and fire safety deficiencies. Some of these deficiencies are more severe than others. The following table shows different levels of severity.

    Severity of Deficiency Isolated Pattern Widespread
    Immediate jeopardy to resident health or safety J K L
    Actual harm that is not immediate jeopardy G H I
    No actual harm with potential for more than minimal harm that is not immediate jeopardy D E F
    No actual harm with potential for minimal harm A B C

    Fire Safety Deficiencies

    Survey Date Correction Date Letter Category Description
    2018-04-06 2018-05-01 F Gas, Vacuum, and Electrical Systems Deficiencies Have generator or other power source capable of supplying service within 10 seconds.

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