The Fraser Health Center opened its doors in 1983. As a Medicare-approved Skilled Nursing
Facility and Rehabilitation Center, it is governed by licensing regulations under the Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC). There are a number of reasons why someone may need the health services of the Fraser.
After hospitalization the need to regain strength through a course of rehabilitative therapy before returning home. A person may begin to require assistance that exceeds the level of care they can receive at home or from residing at an assisted living facility. They decide to enter the Fraser for long-term care.
For caregivers caring for a loved one, consider a respite stay at the Fraser Health Center. Respite care is a short-term stay, typically one to two weeks, designed to provide relief to the regular caregiver (usually a family member). Your loved one may need constant care and supervision or may not need much care at all. Licensed healthcare staff can provide for just about any need. For detailed information call Peter Marshall, Administrator, or Kathy Christian, Director of Nursing, at 843-842-3747.
Twenty-four hours a day, our professional staff is dedicated to assisting residents achieve and maintain their optimal level of functioning in a home-like environment. Our dedicated employees respect the dignity of each individual and recognize their physical, mental and emotional needs and rights. We are honored that our staff has enabled our facility to have the community’s reputation of providing the best care available. Fraser Health Center has been recognized in US News & World Report’s listing of the Best Nursing Home lists and has consistently been a 4 and 5 Star-Rated facility by medicare.org.
If You Want The Best Care Possbile, Choose Fraser Health Center
-Over 34 years of experience in long-Term Care Administration in Maine, Utah and South Carolina
-MBA with Advanced Study Credential in Health Care Administration Fellow of American College of Health Care Administrators
-Peter joined the Fraser Health Center in 2014 and considers his position an honor and privilege to serve not only Seabrook residents, but the community at large as well.