Budd Terrace at Wesley Woods Admission

Upon admission, the patient/resident or family member/other responsible person should come to the Admissions Office, located on the first floor of the facility, where an Admissions Counselor will assist with the sign-in process.

Patients and residents should bring:

  •  Insurance Verification/Identification Cards (including Medicare and any supplemental insurance coverage).
  •  Living Will and Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care: a Living Will identifies patient wishes regarding end-of-life care in the event of debilitating health situations. A Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care is a document which gives another responsible individual the right to make healthcare decisions on behalf of the patient/resident if he/she is not able to do so. This document is not required, but Budd Terrace patients/residents are strongly encouraged to consider these issues. 
  •  A Check for the First Billing Statement: if a patient/resident or family member will be paying for facility charges. This initial billing statement will be prorated at the daily private-pay rate for the number of days remaining in the current month. If the patient/resident is admitted after the 25th day of the current month, the initial billing statement will include the remaining days in the current month, plus the charges for the next month.
  •  Power of Attorney: this legal document gives another responsible individual the right to conduct the patient’s/resident/s personal business affairs in the event the patient/resident is unable to do so. This is not required, but Budd Terrace patients/residents are strongly encouraged to consider these issues.
  •  Information Needed by Medical and Nursing Staff: if a patient/resident is admitting to Budd Terrace directly from home, assisted living facility, or personal care home, he/she may bring a pharmacy printout of all current medications or simply bring all current medication containers. The healthcare team must be notified of every medication (including over-the-counter medications) and supplements a patient/resident is taking.