Upland Hills Health Nursing & Rehab Center has an in-house pharmacy to make it easy for residents to obtain their medications. If a private-pay resident prefers a different pharmacy, please let your nurse know. Medication billing questions can be addressed by calling the Upland Hills Health Pharmacy at 608-930-8000, ext. 3203 or by faxing 608-930- 7277.
Internet access is available throughout the building, so you are welcome to bring a laptop and stay connected with family and friends during your stay. There is also a computer with internet access available to all residents and visitors in our coffee shop.
Spirituality is important to each of us, so we offer several opportunities to participate in spiritual services, regardless of your religion or faith. Spiritual care services include:
Protestant and Catholic services are offered one day a week
Catholic Rosary is offered once a week
Communion is offered once a week
We also encourage you to continue involvement with your own church or worship center and receive visits from your clergy.
JaCi’s Hair Salon
JaCi’s Salon is a full service salon conveniently located on the Campbell Street corridor inside Upland Hills Health Nursing & Rehab Center. JaCi and Mary offer residents and community members the opportunity to be pampered with services such as a haircut, color, perm or styling.
JaCi’s is also open to the public.
Events & Recreation
We encourage residents to participate in our recreational and social activities as much as they feel comfortable with. Many residents attend structured activity groups in addition to leisure activities they do on their own or with minimal assistance.
Located right off Main Street in Upland Hills Health Nursing & Rehab Center is the Aviary, which is filled with lively and colorful birds for the enjoyment of our residents, visitors and staff.
All rooms are cable ready with no activation costs. Local stations are also available if cable is not desired.
Free local calls are available from resident rooms with long-distance calls requiring a calling card. Many residents choose to bring a cell phone instead.