Learn About Different Financing Options, Insurance Coverage, and More
Medicare insurance generally covers patients who need sub-acute/after-hospital care. Medicare requires a hospital stay of at least three nights, within 30 days of admission to our center, to qualify for coverage. Medicare covers the first 20 days of the stay in full and can cover up to 100 days, with days 21 to 100 covered at 80 percent. Patients are required to meet clinical criteria for coverage as defined by Medicare.
Medicaid is the state funded program for long-term care. To qualify, you must meet certain financial criteria set forth by the government. Amboy Nursing and Rehabilitation is a Medicaid Certified Center. Our friendly business office staff will help you apply for Medicaid.
HMO and Managed Care Plans
Amboy Nursing and Rehabilitation Center participates with most major HMO and managed care plans. Before admission to our centers our Admissions Office will contact your insurance company for pre-authorization and to verify benefits. Please contact the Admissions Office and we will be glad to verify coverage with your insurance company.
Long Term Care Insurance
Amboy Nursing and Rehabilitation Center accepts long-term care insurance. Long-term care insurance plans generally pay for all or a portion of long-term care services. We will can contact your insurance company to review benefits before admission. Please contact the Admissions Office and we will be glad to assist you.
Medicare Supplemental Insurance
For patients who require sub-acute/after-hospital care, Medicare supplemental insurance plans may cover charges not covered by Medicare. Typically, this includes covering Medicare co-pay (days 21 to 100) days when a patient requires a longer stay. Please contact the Admissions Office and we will be glad to verify coverage with your insurance company.
Other Insurance Plans
Amboy Nursing and Rehabilitation Center participates with most Worker’s Compensation insurance, Preferred Provider Organization (PPO) insurance, motor vehicle insurance and commercial insurance plans. To learn more, contact the Admissions Office.
- Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services
- National Alzheimer’s Association
- National Association of Area Agencies on Aging
- National Association of Professional Geriatric Care Managers
- National Caregivers Library
- National Council on Aging
- New Jersey Hospital Association
- The New Old Age (The New York Times)
- U.S. Social Security Administration