Colonial Poplin, our nursing and rehabilitation center, provides short-term and long-term skilled nursing care and rehabilitation services.
At Colonial Poplin we strive to continuously improve outcomes with a focus on a return to normal function. When a patient begins therapy, we devise individualized short term and long term recovery goals partnering with the patient’s at-home physicians. Our treatment based approach factors in history, current symptoms and clinical evidence in order to achieve maximum results and prevent re-hospitalization following discharge home.
Our focus is to improve overall cardiopulmonary function for residents with primary or secondary diagnoses of CHF or COPD by monitoring/tracking symptoms on a daily basis.
Our interdisciplinary wound healing program incorporates Nursing and Rehab staff to assist in more effectively treating chronic and slow healing wounds.
We utilize ACP, which is a multimodality system designed for pain management, wound healing and neuromuscular re-education. Available modalities include electrical stimulation, diathermy and ultrasound as well as closed pulse irrigation for wound healing.
We hope you’ll consider Poplin Way and Colonial Poplin to provide the assisted living, skilled nursing, and/or rehabilitation services you need. Our team is here to assist you in this journey, so please don’t hesitate to reach out to us with any questions or concerns. Please contact us to visit our community and schedule a comprehensive tour of our nursing and rehabilitation center. We’d love to show you around!
It is important to all the staff here at Colonial Poplin and Poplin Way that you are entrusting us with your loved ones. Thank you for the opportunity and privilege you give us to care for them.
We take COVID 19 very seriously. We work closely with the NH Department of Public Health to continue keeping everyone safe. There have been a few outbreaks in recent months. We have taken immediate action to resolve each incident quickly and successfully. If you ever have any questions, please contact our Administrator, Director of Nursing or Social Service Director 603-895-3126.