Specialized Care

Gaining admission to a nursing home can be stressful.
Crescent Manor's staff is committed to providing our residents with the highest level of care at all times,
and will do everything we can to make the admissions process as quick and easy as possible.

Many of our residents are referred to us by physicians or hospitals that know firsthand our reputation and value the services we offer. In those cases, we work with these healthcare providers to coordinate all necessary admissions paperwork.

If you or a loved one are in the hospital right now and wish to be cared for at Crescent Manor after discharge, it is important that you let your doctor and hospital case worker know your pre-ference.

Those who decide to come to Crescent Manor on their own are also welcome, and we are happy to discuss the process step-by-step and answer any questions you have.

Please call us at (802) 447-1501 or e-mail our Admissions Coordinator at admissions@crescentmanor.com. We are here to help.

Accepted Insurances

  • Medicare
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield
  • CDPHP
  • Medicaid VT
  • Medicaid NY
  • Medicaid MA
  • Private Pay

Medicare Information

To meet Medicare coverage requirements for care in a skilled nursing facility, a resident must:
  • have been hospitalized for three or more days
  • have entered a Medicare facility within 30 days of discharge from the hospital
  • require skilled services, as determined by Medicare guidelines

Medicare Coverage

Medicare coverage is contingent upon the resident's need for skilled care as determined by Crescent Manor's utilization review team. If a patient meets eligibility requirements, Medicare will provide benefits for a maximum of 100 days of skilled care in a nursing facility. During that time, Medicare may pay 100% of the approved amount for up to 20 of those days. Medicare will pay all but a daily co-payment for the remaining 80 days of coverage. Please note that a resident is not guaranteed all 100 days of possible coverage and will only re-ceive benefit days as long as he or she continues to meet the established criteria for skilled care. Any person who is not found eligible to receive skilled care or whose length of stay exceeds Medicare coverage must secure a different source of funding. Crescent Manor Rehabilitation does not exclude, deny benefits to, or otherwise discriminate against any person on the basis of race, age, color, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, in admission to, participation in, or receipt of the services and benefits under any of its programs and activities.

Medicaid application assistance is also available at our facility.