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HIGHLAND PINES REHABILITATION CENTER HAS BEEN SERVING PINELLAS COUNTY FOR OVER 45 YEARS. OUR FACILITY IS LOCATED CLOSE TO LOCAL HOSPITALS.

We provide post-acute services, rehabilitative services, skilled nursing, short and long term care through Physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapists;
Registered and Licensed Practical Nurses; and Certified Nursing Assistants. This is complemented by Social Services, Activities, Nutritional Services,
Housekeeping and Laundry Services. With over 45 years of combined experience, our staff of professionals is here to meet the needs of each and every patient and resident.

Our post-acute services assist those transitioning from hospital to home. Our team of professionals will work with the physician to provide the level of care and services that will help each individual meet their goals for a successful
discharge home.

For those residents who can no longer be on their own and need long term care we offer general nursing and restorative services in a warm and home like
environment.

MEET OUR MEDICAL DIRECTOR

AND OUR CARE MANAGEMENT AND SUPPORT TEAM

Linda Damron, NHA

Linda Damron, NHA

Nursing Home Administrator Linda Damron is originally from Eastern Kentucky and moved to Florida in 2017. She received her Bachelor’s
Angie Kent, RN

Angie Kent, RN

Director of Nursing   We are pleased to welcome our New Director of Nursing Angie Kent!!!
Vera A. Saprounova, MD

Vera A. Saprounova, MD

Vera A. Saprounova, MD is a practicing Internist in Brandon, FL. Dr. Saprounova graduated from I M Sechenov First Moscow

AHCA Quality Bronze Award Program

NATIONAL QUALITY BRONZE AWARD

Implemented by AHCA/NCAL in 1996, the National Quality Award Program is centered on the core values and criteria of the Baldrige Performance Excellence Program. The program assists providers of long term and post-acute care services in achieving their performance excellence goals.

2015 Award Winner

US News & World Report Best Nursing Homes

The Best Nursing Homes ratings highlight the top nursing homes in each city and state out of nearly 16,000 facilities nationwide. U.S News & World Report recognized Highland Pines Rehabilitation Center as a “Best Nursing Home.”

2013 Award Winner

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MISSION

Highland Pines Rehabilitation Center provides coordinated, comprehensive services to meet the care needs of the individual resident and patient. The interdisciplinary team members will collaborate with residents, patients, families, and staff to develop an individualized plan of care for each resident and patient.

We strive to meet or exceed our customers’ expectations each and every day, while promoting our core values: Communication, Compassion, Dignity, Empathy, Integrity, Pride, Respect and Responsiveness.

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VISION

Highland Pines Rehabilitation Center will endeavor to be responsive to the ever-changing needs of the communities we serve. We will facilitate resident, patient and family involvement and, by integrating into our community, we will be the provider of choice for long term care in our community. We will foster an environment that encourages learning and embraces diversity in order to support the professional growth and development of our staff members.