Park West Care Center: Welcome, new West Seattle Blog sponsor!

Today we’re welcoming a new WSB sponsor, Park West Care Center in North Admiral. Here’s what they would like you to know about what they do:

Park West Care Center is the only Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in West Seattle to be rated 5 stars by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid. We offer inpatient physical and occupation therapy 7 days a week. In addition to our rounding physicians we also have a consulting physiatrist, which is a doctor who specializes in rehab medicine. Offering this level of expertise means Park West can successfully serve clients with complex rehab needs. Many people may be surprised to learn we also operate an outpatient rehab clinic on site that is open to the public.

Among the things clients tell us: Our food is excellent and our therapy staff is dedicated to the individual successful outcome of each patient. Our staff are masters at the gentle nudge and don’t take no easily when working with clients who need motivation to do therapy. We are also sought after for our 5-star rating, convenient location right off the West Seattle Bridge and on a major
bus line. Park West also offers a locked dementia-care unit that accepts Medicaid, which is almost unheard of these days.

We are always happy to serve repeat customers who tried us the first time based on our excellent reputation and were pleased with their outcome. Park West Care Center has the most loving staff. Their dedication to our clients and teamwork toward each other is evident in everything they do. We accept a wide range of insurance including Medicare, Medicaid, and most commercial plans.

We see patients and families during crisis. Often, it’s the social economic and lack of support that exacerbated a patient’s medical condition and leads to he hospital admission that rolls into a need for inpatient rehabilitation. Park West strives to not only physically bring the patient back to their highest level of function but also tackle the social issues that are happening in the patients life to lessen the cycle of illness when ever possible. We rely heavily on our community partners such as the Senior Center of West Seattle, Meals on Wheels, DSHS, and Navos, to name just a few key partnerships.

Something new for the community: For the first time ever, Park West Care Center is looking forward to inviting the general West Seattle Community to enjoy our large outdoor patio this summer. Fun events such as an outdoor movie night and food truck showdown are in the works! Mark your calendar for the movie night, showing “The Never-Ending Story,” 8:30 pm July 30th.

Park West Care Center is at 1703 California SW; 206-937-9750; online at

We thank Park West Care Center for sponsoring independent, community-collaborative neighborhood news via WSB; find our current sponsor team listed in directory format here, and find info on joining the team by going here.

5 Replies to "Park West Care Center: Welcome, new West Seattle Blog sponsor!"

  • Yours truly! July 15, 2016 (3:03 pm)

    This is a facility that genuinely cares about it’s residents! The staff here are amazing. Whenever a resident needs something they are instantly on it to make sure the resident’s needs are met. The new management are doing a lot of new things to boost up the team morale and the staff really does appreciate it. Not to mention the remodel just completes everything. I would recommend this facility to anyone who is looking for a safe and loving place for their loved one!

  • Diane July 15, 2016 (3:59 pm)

    very exciting news; I look forward to their first movie night

  • clifford houlihan July 15, 2016 (10:06 pm)

    The facility is definitely excellent and generally is a good neighbor except for one area.  Parking.  I dread the day a fire engine has to go down Masachusets Ave from California Ave. SW.  Cars on both sides of street make Masachussets almost impassable.  

  • Lola July 16, 2016 (7:11 am)

    They took very good care of my mother here.  Excellent staff, very caring.  The only thing that does not work there are Cell Phone’s.  It is a dead area and you have to go outside to get reception.  Most of Admiral area is like that.  

  • West Seattlite July 19, 2016 (12:04 pm)

    Great location, great staff, beautiful building, lovely courtyard. Designated parking behind the building. Been through a lot of changes within the years but seem to have a steady, committed crew currently. It’s run professionally but also has a small mom & pop feel to it which is nice as most nursing homes seem really institutional. They have separate floors for short and long term care which seems to really be appropriate for the patients there. And it doesn’t smell! Their therapy team is amazing.

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