Frequently Asked Questions

Front of the Las Colinas Post Acute facility

Is Las Colinas Post Acute Medicaid/Medi-Cal Certified?

At Las Colinas Post Acute, all 216-beds are Medicaid Certified.

Do you have a rehabilitation department on-site?

Las Colinas Post Acute has physical, occupational, and speech therapy on-site.

What should I leave at home?

While we encourage people to bring a few personal items, please leave jewelry, valuables, large amounts of money, purses, and wallets at home.

How long will my loved one stay at the nursing home under their SNF benefit?

While the average length of stay in a skilled nursing facility can be three or four weeks, depending on the condition of the patient, every patient’s road to recovery is unique and based solely on the individual care plan and therapy progress.

Will I have any privacy? 

We value your privacy and understand that personal space is important. During your stay, we will provide clinical supervision and support as needed for your recovery. Common areas in the nursing facility tend to be open, while the patient rooms are considered their private space.

Do you have beauty/barber services?

Yes, we have a hair salon with a COVID-Certified beautician. Call our front desk to learn about pricing and hours.

Can my loved one receive mail?

Mail is delivered to residents personally on a daily basis except for weekends and holidays.

Las Colinas Post Acute

Attn: ___________________ Room No. _____
800 East 5th Street
Ontario, CA 91764

How do you protect patients, staff, and visitors from COVID-19 and other infectious diseases?

Our team is highly trained and experienced in caring for high-acuity patients and infectious diseases like COVID-19. Our dedicated infection prevention nurse helps ensure we follow current infection prevention guidelines and best practices. This includes educating all staff about the appropriate use of personal protective equipment (PPE) such as N95 masks, surgical masks, gloves, and gowns and when to use COVID-19 protocols required by local department of public health and/or the CDC.