Glendale Care and Rehab | Providing High Quality Healthcare | SNF

Our driving purpose is to make a real difference in the lives of our patients, by providing high-quality services and compassionate care every day. Glendale Care and Rehab is located at 6263 North Green Bay Avenue in Glendale, Wisconsin. Our convenient location is a short distance from hospitals and medical centers.



Glendale Care and Rehab

Glendale Care and Rehab meets the mental, physical, social and spiritual needs of our residents with activities designed with their preferences in mind. When you or a loved one enters our building, you receive the dedication and respect you deserve and remain our primary focus while here.

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Subacute Care

Long-Term Care

Cardiac Care

Respiratory Care

Memory Care

Only authentically caring individuals can qualify to become a Glendale Care and Rehab professional. Joining Glendale Care and Rehab at any level, in any department, is an immediate message that you value every facet of the individuals in our care.


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Complete Care differentiates ourselves by personalizing everything we do. From the moment we interview a prospective caregiver or management professional, our focus is finding the truly sensitive and authentically caring individual who will embody the Complete Care vision and pledge. Every one of our Complete Care facilities becomes an integral presence in the community.

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My Mother has been a resident at Glendale Care and Rehab, for almost a year now and has been content with her living space and the staff that cares for her. I ask frequently if she’s happy and if her needs are being met, she always has good things to say about the staff and her friends. These are tough times and she has been cared for well. Thank you to the entire staff for caring for the residents.

Brian Hall

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