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Lytton Gardens Health Care Center provides 24-hour skilled
nursing and high quality care for patients with a wide variety of
needs – from short-term rehabilitation to long-term nursing support.

Our 145-bed facility offers units for higher medical acuity care, dementia care and long-term nursing in private or double occupancy rooms. This capacity ensures we are small enough to focus on the needs of each patient, yet large enough to provide top quality skilled nursing care. Our program includes a range of services and amenities to address patients’ advanced medical, social and personal care needs.

Younger Patients - We also work with younger patients, 25+, who come to us for post-op surgical problems and for accidents, including falling off roofs, motorcycle, car, bike that are considered trauma. We handle complex medical surgical diagnoses, ortho, cancer related illness, and chemo/radiation recovery.

The Center runs under the guidance of Medical Director Dr. Peter
Pompei, Associate Professor of Medicine and Director of Stanford
University’s Geriatric Fellowship Program. Dr. Pompei brings a high standard of excellence to Lytton, visiting in-person with patients and staff three times per week. We also have two Geriatricians from Palo Alto Medical Foundtion: Dr. Peter Cheng and Dr. Albert Lam, who are assigned to PAMF patients here at Lytton.

Lytton Gardens Skilled Nursing Facility is licensed by the California State Department of Health Services, and in full compliance with California Title 22 regulations. We encourage you to meet with us to understand how you or your loved one can qualify.

Lytton signed the covenant to participate in the Quality First Initiative which is an assesment of quality improvement in areas such as patient care, financial responsibility, board governance, human resources, community involvement and nursing care.

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