Gilman Healthcare Center is a 99-bed skilled nursing and rehabilitation facility located at the crossroads of Gilman just off Interstate 57. We are committed to achieving excellence in both nursing and rehabilitative services. Our interdisciplinary approach focuses on functional outcome and successful discharges to the communities of Iroquois, Champaign, Ford, Vermilion, and Kankakee counties. Since opening its doors in 1969, the facility has grown from a 49-bed facility to a 99-bed, 100% Medicare/Medicaid Certified facility. For over 40 years, Gilman Healthcare Center has cared for the members of our community in need of 24-hour skilled nursing care and rehabilitation, returning loved ones to their homes. In recent years it has added a beautiful, massive dining room and a state-of-the-art therapy gym.
Our mission is to promote healing and recovery for our residents. We provide safe and compassionate care in an environment that fosters independence and dignity. Come see the quality care in the heart of central Illinois. We provide safe and compassionate care in an environment that fosters independence and dignity.
Meals On Wheels
The Meals on Wheels Program is offered to our local community. Any member of the surrounding area can have a hot meal delivered to their door for a small fee. The program, which is offered 5 days a week, seeks to ensure that everyone has a great hot meal at a good price available to them.
As the Developmentally Disabled (DD) and those with an Intellectual Disability (ID) population age, there are times that they will require skilled care and rehabilitation therapy. Gilman Healthcare Center’s Crossroads Program offers the DD and ID population an individualized care program for those who need short-term rehabilitation therapy. Crossroads offers residents the quality and excellence in physical, occupational and speech therapy in a nursing environment along with meeting the unique needs of the DD and ID resident.
The Crossroads Program is designed to ensure the short term resident returns home to their prior residence. While a resident of Gilman Healthcare Center’s Crossroads Program, residents can expect the continuation of life skill training they may receive as part of the overall supportive environment. Crossroads helps bridge the gap between aging and developmental disabilities.
In respect for our residents, we wish to follow Rosa’s Law. Rosa’s Law, S.2781 became federal law on October 5, 2010, removing the term “mental retardation”and “mentally retarded” from federal documents and replacing them with “individual with an intellectual disability” and “intellectual disability.
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Gilman Healthcare Center
1390 S. Crescent St. Gilman, IL 60938