About Rolling Hills Rehabilitation Center and Retirement Home
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Rolling Hills Rehabilitation Center and Retirement Home is located in Sparta, Wisconsin. We provide memory care, rehabilitation services, assisted living, and nursing home care. We participate in the Medicare, Medicaid, and Hospice care programs and have two on-site notary publics available for updating wills and testaments and power of attorney documents.
We invite you to visit our facilities and meet our caring, professional staff at Rolling Hills. To schedule a tour, contact our Social Workers, Christine Nelson or Jessica Schaitel. We admit tenants to our Assisted Living Facility, The Meadows, patients to our Rehabilitation Facility, Birchwood Rehab, and new residents for long and short-term stays.
Rolling Hills Rehabilitation Center is owned and operated by Monroe County.
“I like Rolling Hills very much. I am very pleased with the staff in all the departments – they are all very kind. I truly believe they are here to help the residents and that that is their main concern. Every department is very nice and everyone is so wonderful. I’ve never met so many kind people.”
History of Rolling Hills Rehabilitation Center
Rolling Hills has been in its current location since the late 1800’s when it operated as a “poor farm,” or Almshouse, and asylum.
- 1898 – Almshouse opened
- 1899 – Old almshouse was closed
- 1900 – A new brick almshouse was built
- 1901 – This almshouse was then converted into the county asylum
- 1902 – A new almshouse was then constructed on a different part of the property
- 1948 – New structure build that now houses other Monroe County offices and outpatient therapy services in addition to storage, offices and laundry for Rolling Hills Rehab Center and Retirement Home.
- 1965 and 1974 – additional structures were added to the Rolling Hills campus.
Services have evolved over the years and Rolling Hills now currently operates an 85-bed skilled nursing facility (SNF) and an 8-bed community based residential facility (CBRF). Plus, a short-term rehab unit, Birchwood Rehab, and secure dementia unit, Haven House, in addition to general nursing home services. Rolling Hills is Medicare and Medicaid certified.