A.G. Rhodes provides service and care to anyone regardless of race, creed, sex, national origin, sexual orientation and/or gender identity. A.G. Rhodes accepts Medicare, Medicaid, private insurance and private pay resources. Visit our Financial Information page for a brief overview of payment sources that A.G. Rhodes accepts, and some of the services covered. The coverage of services and costs will vary based on your payer source’s rules, guidelines and eligibility requirements.
Due to high demand for placement and numerous referral sources, we do not maintain waiting lists. If the A.G. Rhodes location you are interested in does not have bed availability, please consider one of our other locations. Contact one of our Admissions Offices for more information. Take a virtual tour below.
Requirements & Documentation
All admissions require the recommendation of a physician. For those in a sub-acute or hospital setting who are seeking recovery options, ask your case worker or social services representative to supply our Admissions Office with your current medical record. Your case worker will work directly with us to ensure your required documentation is in order. If you’re seeking recovery at A.G. Rhodes and are currently living at home, or in an independent or assisted living facility, your primary care physician will also need to supply our Admissions office with certain documentation.
Here is a list of the documentation that we will work with you, your caseworker and/or your physician’s office to obtain:
- Face Sheet (including insurance information)
- Level 1 or Level 2 form (can be obtained from your physician’s office or we can provide a copy if needed)
- DMA-6 form (can be obtained from your physician’s office)
- Physician orders, Medication Administration Record (MAR) medication listing
- Three days of nurse’s notes
- Current history and physical
- Therapy (Physical Therapy/Occupational Therapy/Speech Therapy) notes
- Most recent chest x-ray/Tuberculosis (TB) test results
- Other documentation as needed and if applicable
Documentation may be faxed to the appropriate Admissions Office:
Wesley Woods: 888-224-6324 or 404-315-0075
Our Admissions Office will work with you on filling out the Admissions Packet, which you can download and view here:
About Medicare and Medicaid
Medicare is a federal health insurance program that is administrated by the federal government for people age 65 or older or people under age 65 with certain disabilities. Medicare eligibility is not based on income level.
Medicaid is an assistance program funded jointly by the federal and state governments and administered by individual states. Medicaid sends payments directly to your health care providers.
For more information about Medicare and Medicaid, click the button below.