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Long-Term Care

When people of any age need others to help them with medical, physical, or emotional needs over an extended period of time, they need long-term care. If a person needs ongoing medical care or is unable to perform everyday self-care activities like bathing, dressing, or grocery shopping, long-term care may be needed. Experts estimate that approximately 10 million Americans need long-term care in any given year.

Covenant Health has two long-term care member organizations:


Claiborne Health and Rehabilitation Center

Claiborne Health and Rehabilitation Center offers both short term rehabilitation and strength conditioning after surgeries or hospital stays, as well as long term care living accommodations for loved ones who can no longer live without assistance. We provide our residents with excellent personal care, and our four-star rating on Nursing Home Compare demonstrates our dedication to the health and safety of our patients. Click here for information about Claiborne Health and Rehabilitation Center.


Fort Sanders Sevier Nursing Home

Choosing a nursing home for your loved one is an important decision, and Fort Sanders Sevier Nursing Home provides residents with the personal care and dignity they deserve. We offer intermediate and skilled careat our 54-bed facility, with short-term care available for those needing additional rehabilitation or recuperation after a hospital stay. Click here to learn more about Fort Sanders Sevier Nursing Home’s amenities and services.


Covenant HomeCare and Hospice

Looking for homecare services instead of long-term nursing care? If so, please visit our Covenant HomeCare and Hospice webpage. We are the area’s largest locally owned home health and hospice provider with one of the largest rehabilitation departments in East Tennessee, and care for more than 4,700 patients annually throughout our region. Click here to learn more.