Welcome to Alverno
Whether you are on the road to recovery or looking for a place to call home, The Alverno is the place for you or your loved one. Conveniently located off of 13th Avenue North in Clinton, Iowa, The Alverno provides a wide range of services for individuals in need of long term care or therapy and rehabilitation.
Specialized areas at The Alverno include the Sr. Ruth Cox Rehabilitation Unit for those who are planning to return home once they have recovered from an injury, illness or surgery. We also offer a unit specifically for individuals suffering from dementia. The other areas of our facility provide long term nursing care for those choosing to make The Alverno their home.
Fall Customer Satisfaction Surveys
Fall surveys are in the mail. Your opinion is important to us. Please complete your survey and return to My InnerView, then be sure to drop the postcard mailed to you by The Alverno in the mail or at the front desk for your chance to win a dinner party at The Alverno. Surveys and postcards must be returned/postmarked by Nov. 21.
What level of care is right for you?
Long Term Care
When living at home or in an independent/assisted living facility is no longer an option, consider choosing The Alverno for your home. Residents in our health care community have a sense of safety and security knowing that they or their loved ones are being well cared for 24/7 in a community that is respectful, compassionate, life-giving, Franciscan and encourages personal choice. Click here to learn more...
The Alverno's Memory Lane neighborhood is a great option for individuals suffering from dementia. This neighborhood provides excellent care, meaningful activities and a safe and secure environment. Click here to learn more...
Rehabilitation & Skilled Nursing
If you are recovering from surgery or an injury or illness, our team of therapists and nurses can help you recover and work toward your goals of independence. Individuals seeking our assistance for rehabilitation are typically recovering from injuries/illnesses such as: stroke, cardiac conditions, pneumonia, falls, surgeries (hip/knee/ankle/shoulder) and many others.
Many of the individuals treated in our rehab unit are able to regain the skills necessary to return to their homes. So far, in 2008, 76% of the patients in our unit have returned home. Others have made the decision to reside at our facility. Click here to learn more...