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P.O. Box 457
Grand Saline, TX 75140
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Welcome to Azalea Trail Nursing & Rehabilitation Center
in Grand Saline, Texas!

Kyle Thompson, Administrator

Kyle joined Azalea Trail Nursing and Rehab in August 2011. Kyle graduated from Grand Saline High School in 2008 and from Texas A&M University in August 2011 and holds a Bachelor of Science in Human Resource Development.

Kay Sanders, Director of Nurses

Kay joined the Azalea Trail team as Director of Nurses in December 2010. Kay is responsible for the nursing and direct care staff.

Insurance and Payer Information

Medicare provides health insurance for approximately 39 million Americans. This includes people age 65 and over, people with permanent kidney failure and certain people with disabilities.

Marilyn Thompson, Business Office Manager

Marilyn came to work for Azalea Trail Nursing & Rehab in 2006 as the Business Office Manager. Prior to coming to Long Term Care Marilyn worked as the office manager in a doctors office.

Our Mission

A house is not a home, unless it contains food and fire for the mind as well as the body.
(Benjamin Franklin)

Skilled Nursing Services: Wound Care

Chronic wounds and slow healing ulcers are a significant health problem in the United States. Wounds can be caused by a disease process, trauma, or pressure.

Skilled Nursing Services: Enteral Feeding

Enteral Nutrition is an alternative way people can receive the food they need. Also called "tube feeding," Enteral Nutrition is a mixture of all the needed nutrients.

24/7 Licensed Nursing Care: Respite Care

Respite Care offers temporary relief for families and caregivers of people with disabilities or other special needs. Overnight, weekend or longer stay options are available to give caregivers time away while the resident continues to receive the special care they require.

Infection Control

Infectious diseases can be minimized or eliminated with proper Infection Control Protocol. A coordinated multidisciplinary approach is required to prevent problems.