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Levels of Care

Flexible Payment/Financial Options
  • Private Pay
  • You can pay for the health care services you receive on a private pay basis as the services are provided. This allows you to choose—and pay for—only the services you desire.

  • Medicare
  • Medicare Part A covers the cost of skilled care in a Skilled Nursing facility for a limited time. The Medicare benefit covers 100% of the cost of skilled care for up to the first 20 days.

    If skilled care is still required for 21-100 days (or any portion thereof), there is a daily coinsurance payment. (Medigap Coverage or Long-Term Care insurance may be able to cover this.)

  • Medigap Coverage/Supplemental Insurance Coverage
  • Medigap insurance, which is sold through private insurance companies, helps pay for costs that Medicare doesn’t cover, such as co-pays and deductibles.

  • Long-Term Care Insurance
  • Long-Term Care insurance can help pay for nursing home care. This insurance may also cover the cost of in-home care, adult day care, assisted living and services provided in continuing care communities. The amount of coverage and the eligibility requirements may differ. If your loved one has a policy, read it carefully.

  • M.H.
  • Most all of the employees are very nice, courteous, friendly, and are there to help you and make your stay pleasant. I felt like I developed a real friendship with a lot of them, and we had a lot of laughs together. They are a very important part of my recovery not only physically, but also mentally when I would feel down, they’d help cheer me up, the aides especially would sit down and just encourage me, and explain how things were getting better and the improvement they’d see in me.

  • C.G.
  • Good food. A beautiful atmosphere and grounds to look at. Cleanliness of room and surrounds, caring nurses.

  • Joan
  • This is my second time needing rehabilitation services and I would not want to be anywhere else. The therapy staff really helps to keep my spirits up and they make rehab fun.  The nursing staff is attentive and caring and they make me feel like I’m their only patient, not one of many. I would recommend Covenant Village to everyone.

  • Valerie
  • I came to Covenant Village after having knee surgery. It is a very nice place with good people and great food. The therapy staff is amazing, especially Jill who really helped with managing my pain. My nurse, Erica, made me feel safe and I felt like I was in good hands. I’m glad that I chose to come to Covenant Village for my rehabilitation and I would recommend them to anyone who needs the intensive therapy that they provide.

Meet the Staff
  • Alyssa Pischel, PHD, Healthcare Administrator
  • Alyssa Pischel, PHD
    Healthcare Administrator

    Alyssa graduated in 2003 with a Bachelor degree in Health Care Systems Administration and received her doctorate in Health Care Administration in 2012. Alyssa has worked in Health Care Administration for over 10 years with a focus in quality improvement. She received the ACHCA Facility Leadership Award in 2011 and 2012, as well as the Michigan’s Governors Award of Excellence in 2014. With over 10 years of progressive Health Care experience, she is able to lead the Health Care team at Covenant Village of the Great Lakes to meet the needs of the residents on the campus.

  • Richard Kline, Executive Director
  • Richard Kline
    Executive Director

    Richard has been with Covenant Village of the Great Lakes for over nine years. He has served the past four years as Executive Director after being promoted from Healthcare Administrator. In addition, Richard’s experience includes nursing home and hospital administration and management roles. Richard holds a Master of Administration degree from Grand Valley State University.

Medicare Non-Qualifiers
  • Rehabilitation and Skilled Nursing at special rates for Medicare Non-Qualifiers.
  • 28 Days at $225 per day.

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