Southern California’s Leading Post-Acute Care Community
What We Do.
South Coast Post Acute is Orange County’s most innovative leader in the delivery of post-acute care (post-hospital nursing), rehabilitation therapy and memory care. We are a family-oriented community that takes a unique personal approach to delivering quality care for our patients.
We are passionately dedicated to providing the quality of service and care you come to expect from Southern California’s leading post-acute care provider. Through our innovative care and dedicated, experienced staff, we strive to provide the best patient care with a focus on reducing your length of stay when possible and preventing 30-day re-hospitalizations.
At South Coast Post Acute, we work in close collaboration with physicians, nurses and discharge specialists to provide the best outcomes for our patients. Our ability to offer a full spectrum of innovative solutions has made South Coast Post Acute the choice for post-acute care in Southern California.
Get Healthy. Get Home.
Our post-acute care program plans for your transition back home. From the moment you arrive, we discuss your treatment and recovery goals in collaboration with your physician. Your care team will create an individualized plan that is tailored to your needs and we will communicate with you every step of the way as you progress toward those goals.
Exceptional, compassionate care; every time, every touch.
Low Re-Hospitalization Rate
We send more patients home…and they stay there! South Coast Post Acute provides the best post-acute care in Southern California and we have the numbers to prove it!
< 30 Day Return To Hospital
South Coast Post Acute Average
California State Average
U.S. National Average
Get in Touch With Us
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South Coast Post Acute does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability in our health programs and activities.